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"ruthin" Discussed on Haunted Places
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"ruthin" Discussed on Haunted Places
"The clouds allowed linger smearing the day with harsh light he breathes. It's over the Medical Michael Staff found James and our layer lying on the golf course dead. The Grassy Lane had turned a sickly yellow and was sprinkled with an odd gray ashy residue but it was the look of pure terror. In his eyes that stayed with them. mm-hmm the autopsy was inconclusive. Revealing nothing about the mayor's final moments as the years went by England expanded its medical services dwindling. The need for private healthcare are in places such as Ruthin Castle. The hospital was closed until nineteen sixty three when it was converted into a luxury hotel. That's still stands today. Ruthin castle is a tourist destination. The hotel boasts fine dining and special events. There's there's even a spa. Most people have a good time when they stay at. The staff is friendly and quick to solve the few problems that arise but the dark events from the past linger among ribbons cold stone walls and haunt innocent visitors unfortunate enough enough to notice them Canadian couple. Visiting rhythm for a relaxing getaway wanted to memorialize their visit so they had a photo taken of themselves in front of the castle entrance. All of a sudden both felted disturbing chill shoot through their bodies despite the fact that the weather that day was sunny and warm. When you look at that photograph you can see the two of them smiling on the left against the open gate but to their right? A curious inexplicable missed occupies a full third. The photograph off perhaps the mist was lady grey angered by a happy couple or it could have been the soldier with the only one glove desperate for help guests at written here ominous things and have terrifying experiences. Especially those who stay overnight on the second floor in two thousand nine nine during ribbons off-season Jennifer under daughter Catherine checked into a room above the banqueting on their first night or their stay. Jennifer was awakened by the awful noise of a woman sobbing in the room above them. She assumed it was just another guest in the castle until it happened again the next night. This was intolerable. Jennifer went downstairs to talk to the clerk. The clerk confused I check.
"ruthin" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Although the Lady Grey is written thins most famous ghost it is not. It's only spirit. Many visitors have reported seeing a soldier with armor sometimes. The soldier is pacing back and forth. Like he's trying to escape but there is one detail consistent in all their sightings. The soldier has only one glove because of its stature as an ideal military post rhythm castle has always. He's played a significant role during wartime in sixteen forty eight. Great Britain was being torn apart by civil war. Oliver Crom the leader of the forces of the British parliament was a man of action and a key military strategist. He knew how valuable castles could be. Especially one right in the heart of Wales yet. Cromwell with parliament's approval ordered written demolished allegedly lead to prevent the castle from being occupied by hostile forces. Why destroy a castle when you can simply sees it? Even the fearless. This Oliver Cromwell might have been scared of something. I like to think that when Cromwell laid siege terrific he had an encounter with lady grey. That changed his mind. After Oliver Cromwell destroyed within the land would lay vacant for almost two hundred years. I until its newest daughters. The Middleton family decided to rebuild it on the same location as the original in eighteen. Twenty six never never a good idea with haunted places rebuilding rhythm took over fifty years laying down new gardens and grounds sprucing up the ruins and in eighteen. Seventy six when the castle was restored to its former glory. The town of ribbon in need of jail will chose to use the rebuilt castle but just four years later in eighteen. Eighty ruthin castle was once again a magnet for a supernatural tragedies. The castle jailer was the victim of one such tragedy or more specifically. It was his daughter daughter named Josephine. That suffered the terrible curse of Rhythm Castle. She was nine years old and the light of his life not a warm August night in eighteen. Eighty coach pulled by two horses was headed for the wine vaults pup which had a stable where weary travelers could rest their horses it was late. The coachman was in a hurry to get to the wine. Paul's the son in had already gone down and he'd heard there were bandits on the road. Besides his master wouldn't like it if he was late but he knew these horses. They knew the Road Josephine was independent. She liked to wander the streets of the town. People knew her from her golden curls of hair and her laugh a light pleasant sound. That suddenly made your heart later. That evening Josephine had gone exploring. It had gotten dark so she turned to head back to the castle. She headed up the road that led to the castle approaching the wine vaults in the coachman maneuvered the horses down the street but they were suddenly skittish snorting and stopping the cobblestones. All stones like the devil himself had gotten into them he talked at their reigns and curse for them to move onward but they would not buy Hutch then he saw site that would haunt him for the rest of his life. A woman all in Grey speckled speckled with blood boasting dormant terrible is the horses shrieked rearing on their hind legs. There is rolled rolled back in their heads pulled in two different directions almost splitting the card in half. But then the lady in gray pointed at the wall all the end where a girl with golden curls sauntered happily along oblivious to the struggles of the coachman it seemed the ladies. These outstretch changed the horses they come from their bucking and snorted then. They charged teeth clenched determination. The Nation like beasts from hell the coachmen yelled and holds so hard that the rains began to shred the skin of his palms but it was futile and then he saw the girl with the golden curls right in the path of the stampeding coach. The horses headed right at her and the coachman realized with great horror that they knew exactly where they were going the wheels at the coach. It crushed poor Josephine against the wall. She died instantly since that terrible night. Multiple people have reported that late. At night the scene a young girl with golden ringlets walking up and down preclude straight and kick late but her feet never touched the ground. They remain suspended in the air as though she dances in a place between worlds. Perhaps everyone thought they were safe from lady grey because they were no longer on Britain's crowns but out of the many streets in the town only one of them is named castle. A street that to this day houses a pub that was once an in a pub that has kept the the name wine false for over one hundred years. Ruthin Castle was privately owned by the Cornwallis West family until until nineteen twenty-three. The cornwallis West family evolved from the Middleton family who rebuilt the castle in eighteen twenty six however when they had to sell the castle for financial reasons rhythm would reopen as England's first private hospital focused on treating obscure internal internal diseases by opening its doors to hospital patients. Ridden castle was about to expose many unsuspecting victims. To as some of the nightmarish secrets that lurked behind its walls for hundreds of years..
"ruthin" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Rhythm Castles Towers loom over the forest that surrounds it in Wales of its original five five towers only three remain the walled moat now. Dry runs alongside river kluit ivy snakes Over its walls sitting just twenty miles or thirty two kilometers away from the swirling Irish see. The castle was historically quickly. Well positioned to defend Wales from potential invaders. That's probably why King Edward the I gave the land to adopt it up Griffin in twelve twelve seventy seven in the first place. The king shows doff it because he had betrayed his Welsh kinsman and helped Edward during the invasion of Wales else. Edward appreciated this treachery. A Ribbon Castle was doomed from the start. How could a castle birthday and treason not have ended up haunted? His men to work building a castle to make the king proud. How'd but even to support? The king was not enough to stave off the dark events. That's swirl around with and castle to this very every day the stone structure might seem inviting at first the sandstone walls glow of friendly shade of Red as the sun sets but it's solid appearance can be deceptive because inside its walls lingers the tragic memory of a woman who lost everything. It's twelve eighty two. You work in Rhythm Castle as a chambermaid for the lady grey she's the wife of the steward of Rhythm Castle the Steward Lord Grey has a very important Gordon position. He's in charge of the castle. While the Lord is away the stewards word is law. It's your job to sweep the floors of Lord and Lady Grace Chambers Clean and replace the straw and spread herbs around their rooms to keep it clean smelly lady grey is stern but not cruel. She's proper correct. She likes things done a certain way. You eat well and your straw bed is clean and well-cared-for you have no idea what is about to shatter your world lately. You've sent some tension between Lord and Lady Grey nothing out of the ordinary married couples fight. Sometimes you've also seen Lord Grey Okay being friendly with another servant a girl who works in the kitchen a scullery maid and then comes comes the evening you will never forget you brought the straw mats down to dry them out earlier today and you've just finished beating them outside and you haven't seen lady grey while but this is normal castle. Business often keeps her busy. Perhaps she's preparing to host another banquet quit. She likes the Banquet Hall. You carry the Matt's past the Banquet Hall the main staircase to Lord and Lady Grace Chambers neighbors but as you get closer to their chamber you can hear moaning you walk more quickly. You're almost running. You enter the room slowly closing the door behind you. You can't understand what you're seeing at first the bedspread and four are stained red blood so much blood and Oh God a woman sprawled on the ground. Her head is nearly severed from her body. Her Eyes Stare here at you. unblinking you know this woman. It's the scullery maid lady. Grace stands there. They're holding an axe. That drips with blood. There's blood on her grey dress but she does not appear to be injured. I had to lady Grey says she was with my husband making a laughingstock of me. This teach them both the lesson. Now she look straight at you help me she says to you. Please help me. But her eyes say something else bloodshot and shot rage filled. She moves toward you. Raising the axe somewhere. Someone is screaming. Aw the screams are coming from the coming from you. You are screaming you back away out of the Ladies Chamber you you will never be the same you shut the door. The castle guard run past you. You sink to the ground quietly. Sobbing Lady Grey is sentenced to death for murdering her husband's love. You cry when your lady sentenced but she does not got. Her face is expressionless. Two days later she's marched to the executioners stone. You try to get on with your life. You've moved to the kitchen you are now scullery maid. It's a step down but you had no other options and after all the castle needed a new one. No one blames you but no one talks talks to you either that late one night restless. You walk from your quarters to the banquet hall you see figure standing at the head of the banquet hall wearing a gray dress. Lady Grey impossible she's dead. You heard the ax fall. Help me she mouths to you. Help me but her eyes are so angry. Her eyes will stay with you forever. Centuries later lady gray's restless spirit still roams the castle grounds cursed for her monstrous crime still seeking vengeance or the eternal rest. One can only get by being buried in consecrated ground. Some historians agreeance place lady grey at the time of Edward the first himself in the year twelve eighty to a few things. The events happened in the fifteenth century. Sorry but everyone agrees on what happened. She was the wife of the Castle Stewart. She murdered her husband's lover with an axe and she was executed two days after she may have been dead but she wasn't done within castle and those who stayed there not by a long shot. The priest denied her burial in consecrated ground which meant that her soul would not even be allowed to enter heaven but would be condemned to wander the earth forever. It was standard practice for everyone. Even criminals finals to be buried in sacred ground. The priests harsh judgment can only be explained by the severity of her brutal crime. The problem with denying someone eternal rest is that the spirit of that someone grows restless and the lady Gray was very restless indeed she would haunt within throughout hundreds of years of turmoil. She's been seen in the banquet Paul on the battlements the old chapel and even wandering the grounds outside the castle walls however she's not only spirit in the year fourteen hundred more than a century. After lady gray's execution one Welshman Owain Wayne Glendower had had enough of the English occupation. He began a stunning military campaign to make Wales Independent. His his first move on September sixteenth was to burn the town of rhythm into the crowd. The Welsh rebels ought to get inside the castle but they were forced to retreat. Not all of his soldiers escaped a few were captured by the castle forces and drag to riddance dark foul prison. The terrors these soldiers encountered inside made them grateful the siege failed if only he to spare their brothers in arms the ghastly fate. They suffered at Witton Castle. A story will continue in a moment after a brief message. Hi It's Greg. I'm excited to tell you that. PODCAST it has an incredible new show. You must check out. 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"ruthin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ask your doctor, whether you actually need the medicine, ask your doctor, whether there are generics or other alternatives that are lot cheaper. You might try you as a consumer. We much more in control than people realize, well, those are some examples of things that consumers can do anything else, besides price comparisons price shopping. I think within that one of the most important things that I've heard people talk about is to figure out what you are taking. Is it necessary to take that are there other therapies that don't involve medications? I heard a an amazing study that a lot of patients, get on a medication. They continue taking it. They moved to a new doctor who refills that medication. And no one actually looks at whether the medication is still necessary. Maybe the conditions resolved, maybe the patients taking a new medication. That makes the old one no longer necessary. You have to think about your own healthcare, and figure out. Out what you need. Well, let's go to call a Ruthin and L. Cerita Hiroo fan. Good morning. I wanted to bring up or ask it has to do with the prices that can be negotiated when you buy in bulk have Medicare, I do not have a Medicare Part, D plan. So I have to pay cash for prescription, you know, out of pocket. There's a law in California, that was passed that has that everyone, who has a Medicare card and registers that pharmacy that pharmacy cast to provide prescription at medic Cal price and some of the differences aren't that big. But some of them are staggering and I just wanted to raise the issue that the medical prices for Medicare beneficiaries, which they're in titled two is way way less on some prescription. That is an interesting experience and it points again to the importance to consumers of being informed about the options that are there in also. Also, the problem of lack of transparency in the system. There is no reason why prices should vary from pharmacy to pharmacy in the same community across the state day to day. You may have different prices day to day. It's very difficult to understand all of the system and what's flowing in and out of it. Competition thrives on openness. And right now, this system is entirely shrouded in secrecy. He has a dope. Paik definitely. Let me remind our listeners that we're talking about the issue of high prescription drugs yesterday. There was a bipartisan effort in the house to pass legislation to address this but has little hope of getting through the Senate. And after the break, we'll dig into why. We'll also dig into other potential solutions that are being proposed including California's move to aggressively leverage, its size to better negotiate with drug makers and again, be one invite you to join the conversation. Tell us have the prices for your medications Ghana. Have you ever been unable to afford to fill a prescription for yourself or a family member? What are your questions for Robin Feldman professor of law? UC Hastings about how prescription drugs are priced and why they cost as much as they do the number to call is eight six.
"ruthin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Back to the Buck Sexton show, I marine Qassam broadcasting live from the freedom high in Washington DC coming back to you guys on the phone lines. Now will start with poll in upstate New York. Paul good evening. Good evening. Ryan, you're doing a great job. Well, thank you very much. I appreciate it greatly pulled the Mike's yours. Okay. I bartend in a place that I know several Trump supporters, and I heard you say earlier that is support wains a little bit with him. Backing off on you know. And that's what we're supposed to believe. The polls are telling us. Yeah. Pulgar follow it. I've never heard. I've never heard more support in my entire life. Here. I even hear support from people who didn't like Trump that they believe that he stick with guns because that's what he ran on. We have we have a Senator in upstate New York. Who has a tendency not to tell the truth? Her she promised, she would serve four years if you want election, by the way, there's no way I would vote for but she one and two we going faster. She promised that she's calling her head in the ring running for president, I states. So that means her first thing she did was lying before she ran. But but polls she felt the divine providence. The hand of history on her shoulder. When something like that intervenes. Quite clearly. Oh, yeah. I get I'm standing at a church parking lot. 'cause they just helped out at the church. Well, I didn't help that church. I'm picking my son up from he was into church with a boy scout meeting. Yeah. But. I went to the believe me when I tell you. There are no divine intervention. The other the other end of that spectrum that she's going to end up in blue. Oh boy. Well, Paul thank you for conveying. Your your patrons views to us here on the Buck Sexton show you heard pull their, ladies and gentlemen, the support increasing intensifying the President Trump during this shutdown standoff. Let's ask Ruth in Illinois on line three what she thinks about this whole Ruth. Good evening. Hi, nice back. You great to talk to you Ruth. It's all it's all yours. Take us away. Hello, go. Right ahead. Okay. I just wanted to say in regards to the letter that the president roaches Lucy. They're calling it childish I say checkmate. He's standing in kind. To me that was the response. She should have gotten. And why why do you? I mean, she tried to stop him or may well end up stopping him giving the state of the union address from congress in a couple of weeks time. Why do you think the President Trump responded in kind rather than just saying, well, we're going to go give the speech? Anyway, do you think this is a show of force and a show from his end the aint backing down anytime soon? I it seems to me that he set at one time when she looked like she might be the speaker. He said he would like to get along with her, and he would very much try to do sell button. She wanted to play games. He could play them off L. He did say that he did say that I recall that so you'll fully behind this. How long do you see the shutdown going on for? And and how does it affect you? Does it does it make you more in his corner? Lesson is corner. How do you? How do you? How do you process this? Well, I I have news Carter. So it's hard to say. But I definitely am still there. And I'm I think he's only hope anyway, I mean, I just don't see. Other side getting into completely in control like president. And the Senate would be the worst thing that could happen to our country. Okay. So Ruth one one word honor to this does he win. Or does he lose on this? They'll win Ruthin Illinois predicting thank you very much for the call here on the Buck Sexton show. I have an article out in the American spectator today the next year last week and only managed to get around sending it filing it to reputable outlets yesterday. It's cold because I was having a little fun with the title. Here's how dry January makes me better than you. The little little dig there. But it's effectively a thousand words also this sounds like a lot. But it's about a forty five minute read about a process that I go through every year now, which is cool dry January is a very British invention which began in two thousand thirteen I picked it up three years ago where I said to myself look between the December Christmas boozy parties, and well the rest of my busy life. I needed a detox period. And not only did I need a detox period this year because I went especially heavy in December. But I needed a detox period because the year last year was very very very difficult. I mean, I was on a plane almost every other day going somewhere else in the world to meet some political leader or whatever, you know, just just doing the day job, and I would medicate with poor sleep, lots of booze pool food et cetera et cetera. So towards the end of last year. I decided okay, it's time to get in shape. I've become a little bit evangelical about dry January and my little fitness kicks. I wanted to I wanted to write about that. I'm thirty two years old if you're wondering, but I felt like I was fifty five years old. If I'm honest with you between the between the cigarettes in the Jin's and the wind and everything else I was doing. So this month. I on January I gave up smoking cigarettes ever. I will still feet myself to a cigar and pipe from time to time because you don't inhale those, and there are few chemicals and so on and so forth. And this is where I get some of. You tweeting me saying, no, that's not true. It's a myth. But that's the way I'm doing it. But no more cigarettes for me and gone off the booze for January now, I thought it would be very very difficult. It usually is quite difficult so difficult in fact that I give myself three cheat days in the month. If I really need them on the basis that I give fifty pounds sterling, which is about seventy dollars charity per day that I cheat. Now, I'm delighted to inform you that. I have cheated zero days this month so far. And I intend not to at all what we fewer than two weeks left to go. But I wanted to I guess I wanted to extol the virtues of it to you guys. If I might for a moment, you lose weight, the average dry, January participant loses. I think about four or five pounds over the course of the month. I've lost more than that. Because we're going to the gym every day at the moment as well liver function improves chances of getting cancer declines almost immediately. And my experiences with a. Yeah. Okay. I struggled to sleep a little because I was using alcohol is means by which to knock me out. Withdrawal symptoms. Get a little bit twitchy here. And there, and I am hungry a lot. But I guess that's probably partly because of the workouts as well. But I suppose my favorite part of it is that, you know, come February. I quite frankly, which I intend to call wet February February first and especially during the Christmas period. Where you got all these parties to go to and family to see the dog in the wind and the champagne and the beer is flowing. You can be a little bit more loose about it or louche. How's it without feeling guilty? Because you know, that you're getting that detox in January, don't, you know, my call him on it. It's up at the American spectator that spectator dot org on the World Wide Web. It's called drudge enter you makes me better than you came up you hours ago and he's getting good reception from my friends couple of puritan in the comic Puritans in the comments section. Say it's a disgusting article. It shouldn't even be there. Talking about a rude horrible. Horrible things like booze. I just want to talk about that. If you don't mind, and if you do sorry too late. We're going to go to a quick break. Now when we come back in Walters is one of the executives at the American conservative union. They've got a big conference coming up cold CPAC, the conservative political action conference. It will actually be my tenth CPAC this year. If in allows me to attend. We'll ask him live on air put him on the spot is he gonna let me in. I'm looking for a good buddy of mine in in just a moment. Stay tuned. We'll be right back here. The Buck Sexton show the. Why pay your hard earned money to.
"ruthin" Discussed on KPCC
"Next generation. Go forth and fight for quality. I don't understand why you're acting like that such a bad thing. You're out there training, the next generation of lawyers to change the world. That's what I wanted to do leader can sympathize with working and surviving in a male dominated industry. She started directing for TV shows like hillstreet blues and crime story in the nineteen eighties before breaking into big budget films in the nineteen nineties with George Clooney, the peacemaker where their success. She's worked champion other female directors. When I spoke with leader in New York last week. She started with how the script for on the basis of sex written by Ginsberg's nephew. Daniel steeple men. I landed on her desk. Well, Robert court, our producer, and Jonathan king, our producer and president of participant media sent it to me. And when I read it I felt that I just had to do it. I just felt an immediate connect to RV G. And when I read the script, I felt an immediate safe place. I felt like I really understood who she was because we. We come from different generations. But we're very similar. We have a lot of commonalities like we're both Jewish. We're both mothers. We both have had an have longstanding marriages, and we both have broken the glass ceiling in our own ways. When I met her I walked into her apartment, and her apartment was full paintings and pictures, and I grew up in a house with lots of paintings, and pictures, and I felt at home. It was the oddest feeling will you meeting with her for her blessing was this before you started work on it? How far along or into the project career I had worked with Daniel steeple men, her nephew who wrote the script. Oh for under a year, you know to some different drafts on getting it ready for production on dialogue on getting it. Right. Getting it more more authentic, more human, speak and then. It's time to meet repeat against Virk Justice skins, and I would say I really wanted to meet her. So that I could find out truisms who was the young Ruth, Bader Ginsburg. What was she really like, you know? It's very interesting Daniels. Thirty seven years old. He started writing it when he's twenty nine think he wrote the first draft he's twenty nine so Martin Ginsburg is his uncle, and he has said that during his funeral. He was watching the funeral and saying boy their marriage would make a great movie. So there, Hugh. Feeling very badly about thinking this. But he and his wife wanted to be Ruthin Marty we can all aspire to worse. Yes. Exactly. And I felt like I had had this experience. It's still having it in my marriage, having an equal partnership, and this movie is as much as it's about refit against we're finding your voice, it's about a marriage. It's about how love prevails it's about an equal partnership. It's a metaphor for our film. I remember my mom at age forty having never worked before went to law school in the late seventies. And you know, the things that she had to deal with the things that my wife was a lawyer have to deal with that. What Ruth Bader Ginsburg was facing didn't stop her? They didn't start my mom. They didn't stop my wife, but it has to be so hard not to be angry not to be resentful. Not to be furious with the patronizing and the little. Slights and everything else that any woman has to go up against so outside of her accomplishments, which are extraordinary how did Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And so many other women not become bitter by the hatred that was directed at her. It's hard not to be bitter and angry I can speak for myself when I made pay it forward, which I'm very proud of. But after I made that movie at flopped at the box office, and I was sent to movie jail, and it was hard coming back from that. But yes, you can become bitter or you can just keep going and keep moving forward, and you know, what is bitterness spring, absolutely nothing. And neither does revenge. But as I get older. Yeah. But you know, what's really interesting. What I was going to say. Was. In that time period. I've seen numerous men make two hundred fifty million dollar failures flops at the box office, and they get three more no movie jail for them. None. And it's it's a it's a matter of fact, and it's something we have to move forward and through my mom's survivor of Auschwitz and three other concentration camps in a survivor of the of the death March and she's still living. She turned ninety six yesterday. And my dad was a feminist. And so they raised me to keep moving forward to never give up and to never be afraid. And so somehow inside of me, I have this. You know, I'm going to keep moving forward. And I have a husband also have the support of a family of thinkers, and people who believe in in hope, and I'm.
"ruthin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Made her think number one. It's okay to take a tesla. Which right there is a entitlement over down there to take the test lock those fees with herself in it. Let alone the other people take other people. Ruthin is this a case of and I I don't know why this got to be an important component store at one hundred twelve miles an hour and a lot of kind of what kind of car you drive. I have a I have a twelve year old truck that I drive work truck. And I can if I wanted to get that thing probably up to one hundred twelve miles an hour. I it doesn't matter. What kind of vehicle it is? I mean, if this were a Honda, and she was doing one hundred. When my little girl. I was raising my girls this was back in the in the ninety everybody was going to kings island, and I said until you enjoy sidewalk chalk. And until you enjoy the swing set in the backyard in your bicycle we're not going straight to kings island for you to get a year passing their you'll never appreciate what you had below. Its you're never tired. How can you appreciate being arrested? And maybe it doesn't. I don't know. I don't I don't know if I agree with it. And just know again, I don't know that much about the story. I know as much as you do. And you know, I'm spitballing this to Jason knows a little bit more being involved in the in the cases, an attorney. But yeah, I I don't know if you have means who don't have means kids do responsible stuff either way. Don't they? No, no. I really don't believe they do it to that extent. I don't suggest that kids. Don't get into trouble that my kids don't get into trouble. But I can tell you, my friend and their children and mine they got into trouble. But had they been going one hundred and twelve miles an hour. No, no, someone in the car would have said, hey, you need to stop and let me out and I'm gonna do the worst. We're gonna get harassed. There've been walkies in there. They're going to rack up that entitlement again for her and do everything they can to make me that it's an okay place for her to be. And then when she gets out there on a cedar that a dose of that confidence. Again, she'll never get it. Yeah. I I don't know if I agree that routine. Thanks a Mary Christmas. Thanks for calling show. I don't know if I entirely agree with that. Because again, I don't know that much about the fan the family, the parents are girl, whatever to categorize and say, you know, there's a sense of entitlement that because dad has a tesla. How many kids on prom night kind of says a gift got to drive their parents car, and you may not have your own car? If it were your tests lie would say, that's that's probably a a situation. But I don't see that as being the I don't know how you could do that here. Furthermore, how many parents Rennick limo for their kids and that more entitlement? I would have been safer five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight or the big one and a hundred eighteen let me get to Dave in Dayton this morning was slowly on seven hundred wwl's Dave hot. Hey, Bonnie merry Christmas. I totally disagree with everything. And man, I was actually surprised she got that much of a sentence with the six months. Bakley lockup. The what what did I didn't hear what the parents of her best friends parents the poor girl died? Yeah. What were they were? They upset. They were the most upset the mom of the girl spoke in court and more. Saying she didn't understand why she was driving one hundred twelve miles an hour. Never answered that question said, there's you know this horrific hole in our heart will never be filled. And I know she didn't do it on purpose. And a terrible tragedy in that that girl, he the only eat her up, you know, constantly. It's not like me. There's no alcohol. No, no. No, no, no. Otherwise, she would have got the book. There's a little bit of the parents who gave her the was you know, they they have a little involvement.
"ruthin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The nations and the nations to the church. Thank you for your faithful support. Now, here's our speaker. Dr Michael Ziglar, there's a young lady, I know named AMI NADA. She likes yellow tennis shoes. I mean was the first new American to be named valedictorian at her eighth grade graduation from her middle school. When she was only about a year old she and her family immigrated to the United States of America. Much like my family did about four generations ago. And also like my family. I mean auto was welcomed into the neighborhood by the people of a local church. Auto was old enough. Her family enrolled her in kindergarten at the Christian school associated with the church and years later when she was in the fifth grade, I was working at that school part time, and I had the privilege of being a teacher one of her teachers. So I wasn't surprised when I heard that she was going to be valedictorian of her class. She's outstanding student that night at graduation. She addressed her fellow students. She said to them. We've learned many valuable lessons, but the most important is to know our identity as a child of God. That sunday. I mean as grandmother gave a speech to the whole congregation at their church, and she told them I want you to know that since I came to the United States of America. This church has been there for me. As the only family that I have in this country. She told them you are the only family that my family has in this country. For me, NADA and her family, the people of that church that school and others in the community were behaving as redeemers with a lower case r. Redeemer with a lower case r is someone who offers their hand to welcome an outsider and treats them as an extended family member in the name of Jesus redeemer with a capital are again, a redeemer with a lower case are someone who offers their hand to welcome. An outsider treating him as an extended family member in the name of Jesus redeemer with a capital. Our redeem or with a lower case r is a redeemed redeemer an imperfect redeemer who nonetheless represents the Royal redeemer, the real redeemer Jesus how does a redeemer with a lower case are do it. By doing what Jesus did extending his hands? Expending his life to include the outcast to welcome. The outsider treating them as dearly loved members of God's ever extending family. That's a redeemer with a lower case r. I'm drawing this definition of a redeemer with the lower case are from the account of. Ruth Naomi and Boaz recorded in the book of Ruth in the Old Testament last week shared the first half of the book of Ruth with you and this week. We're going to pick up where we left off. I mentioned that to understand the book of Ruth, you need to know about three things you need to know about mobile. It's widows and harvest time. I MO abides Ruth is mole bite. She immigrated from MOAB into Israel. She was an outsider seconds. She was a widow along with her mother in law Naomi both of their husbands had died. And so that meant they were outsiders on another level in the ancient Middle East. If you were a widow you had to wait to be received into another household you had to depend on the people in your community for your survival. Ruthin Naomi were both widows, and they moved back to Israel where Naomi was originally from to her hometown of Bethlehem arriving there. During harvest time harvest time is a busy time, and they run across this very busy farmer named Boaz. Yes. Boaz in spite of his hectic schedule is inspired by the Lord the God of Israel to become their redeemer with a lower case. Are he didn't know it at the time, but he was acting in the name of and for the sake of the one who would redeem him. This is how it happened picking up the narrative in chapter three one day. Ruth's mother-in-law Naomi said to her I must find a home for you. My daughter where you will be well provided for now Boaz with whose maid servants you've been working is a relative of ours. Tonight. He will be separating the barley grain on the threshing floor. Take a bath put on perfume get dressed in your best clothes and go down to the threshing floor. But do not let him know that you were there until after he's finished eating and drinking. When he lies down note the place where he is lying, then go uncover his feet and lay down. He will tell you what to do. And Ruth said we're mother-in-law. I will do whatever you say. So she went down to the threshing floor and did exactly as her mother-in-law told her to do after boas had finished eating and drinking and was in good spirits. He went to lay down at the far end of the grain pile Ruth approached quietly uncovered his feet and lay down. In the middle of the night. Something startled the man he turned and look there was a woman had his feet who are you? He said, I am you serving Ruth. She answered spread the corner of your garment over me because you are a redeemer of our family. Oh, Lord bless you. My daughter this kindness. Greater than what you showed me. I you've not run after the younger men whether rich or poor. And now, my daughter do not be afraid. I will do for you all that you ask all the people of my town know that you are a woman of noble character. Although it is true. I am a redeemer of our family. There is one who is more closely related than I. Rest here for the night. And in the morning, if he wants to do his duty is your guardian redeemer than good, let him redeem you. But if not surely as the Lord lives, I will do it. Rest here until morning, and so she lay at his feet until morning, but God up before anyone could be recognized and boas said. No one must know that a woman has come down to the threshing floor. He also said bring the cloak that. You're wearing and spread it out here. And she did so and he poured into it six measures of barley grain and put the bundle on her and went back to town. When Ruth returned to her mother-in-law Naomi said how did it go? My daughter and Ruth told her all boas had done for her. And she also said, and he gave me the six measures of barley grain and said, don't go back to your mother-in-law empty-handed. And they only said you wait, my daughter and see what happens because the man will not rest until this matter is settled today. Meanwhile, Boaz went to the town gate and sat down there. Just as the guardian redeemer whom he had mentioned came along. He said to him, my friend come here have a seat, and he came over and sat down then boy has got ten of the elders of the town and told them sit here sit here, and they did. So then he said to the guardian redeemer Naomi. Who has come back from MOAB is selling the piece of land that belong to our relative Elimelech? I thought that I should bring the matter to your attention, and suggests that you buy it in the presence of these here, and in the presence of the elders of my people, if you will redeem it, then do show what if not let me know because no one has the right to do it except you and I am next in line. I will redeem it he said then boas said to him. On the day that you buy the land from Naomi you will also receive Ruth the moa bite in order to raise up the name of the dead along with his inheritance at this. The guardian redeemer said, well, then I cannot redeem it because I might endanger my own inheritance. You. Redeem yourself. Now in earlier times in Israel. In order for the transaction and redemption of property to become final one party would take off his sandal and give it to the other. And so the guardian redeemer said to Boaz by yourself. And he took off his sandal than boas said to the elders and all the people today, you are witnesses that I have bought from the hand of Naomi all that belongs to Elimelech and all that belongs to kil-yon and all that belongs to Marlin. And I also received Ruth the moa bite. Marlins widow to be my wife. In order to raise up the name of the dead along with his inheritance that his name would not be cut off from among his people from his hometown. Today. You are witnesses and all the elders and the people at the gates said we are witnesses. They said may the Lord make this woman who is coming into your house like Rachel and Leah who together built up the house of Israel. They said may you have standing and effort and become famous in Bethlehem. They said through the children that the Lord gives you buy this young woman may your family be like that of pay raise whom taymor board of Judah, and so boas took Ruth and she became his wife. And he went to her in the Lord enabled her to conceive, and she gave birth to a son and the women said to Naomi. Blessed be the Lord who is not left you without a guardian. Redeemer this day may become famous in Israel. He will renew your life and sustain you in your old age because your daughter in law who is better to you than seven Suns has given him birth. Naomi took the child in her arms, and she became his nurse and the women living. There said he only has his son Naomi has a son. And they named him oh bed, which means he who serves and he became the father of Jesse and Jesse the father of David this. Then is the family line of Peres pay raise the father of Hezron has run the father of rom rom, the father of a minute dob a minute dubbed, the father of Nahshon Nahshon on the father of Solomon Solomon, the father of boas boa as the father of Obama. Oh bed. The father of Jesse Jesse the father of David. From whose house was born the messiah Jesus redeemer with a capital r. From Ruth chapters three and four in that last bit about Jesus was from the gospel. According to Saint Luke the first chapter the word. Redeem. Outside of religious context is mostly used in descriptions of financial or commercial transactions. So for example, I go to my online banking platform, and I see a button there that says you can redeem points that you've earned from your credit card transactions. Or when I played ski ball when I was a kid at the arcade. And I got those yellow tickets, I could take them and redeem them for prizes from behind the counter, or my grandmother, she cut out coupons and took them to the store to redeem them for cans of cream of mushroom soup. We normally think of redemption in this commercial sense an exchange transaction of property, but that's not the primary way that the bible uses the word. Redeem a redeemer in ancient Israel is a trusted and capable family member who helps out those in the family who find themselves in desperate situations. Redemption in the bible is not primarily about finances and commerce. It is a. Social affair, a family affair. Redemption is the stuff of everyday life. Marriage and children and cream of mushroom soup. And so it is all the more mind-blowing that this prophet Isaiah when Israel found themselves outcast because of their sins in desperate times. Isaiah says that the Lord the God of Israel would become there. Deamer and even more. He would make them to become redeemers with a lower case r read Isaiah chapter forty nine versus six and seven and the Lord God did it through Israel's messiah the crucified and risen Jesus. Born of the house of David David the great grandson of Ruth and Boaz. We who have been called to be redeemers with a lower case are can learn from their story redeemers with a lower case are run into two kinds of problems one. We we don't take ourselves seriously enough and other times we take ourselves too. Seriously. I take myself too seriously when I pretend that I can be the redeemer with a capital are the unnamed redeemer in the book of Ruth is instructive for me at this point. When I hear the story, I tend to criticize him he wanted to be a redeemer when involve property, but when he found out that it involved a person he wasn't willing to commit. Well, maybe that was the right thing to do. You and I can't redeem everybody you, and I can't solve everyone's problems. Sometimes we act like it. Sometimes we pretend that we are the redeemer with a capital our and this always ends badly. Not only for us. But for the people that we have set up to trust in us to look to us as their redeemer with a capital. Are you're not the creator..
"ruthin" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"But I knew I knew how to do that. That's another ten senior technical can creep in. And so I went ahead to the leopard. I did the drawing, and then I fitted Jagger in an actually had to move back a little bit too from the format of the leopard make him a little bit smaller. So he would fit into the leopard's head, you know, and and I then did twelve frames of the leopard been twelve frames of Jaguar. And I thought was never gonna work and really I was just playing for time and. I took the role of film dropped it in the bag, and I oversaw time processing, it's never gonna work. And so, of course, can I in strangely enough? Either twelve frames for them. What a perfect match. So it was always a kind of a miracle. That that it worked. And I kind of told that story today to let people know that I sometimes go on a lot of bit preparation, but that show wasn't prepared to sometimes preparation preparation preparation. I knew okay. You know, Albert, you're going about preparation preparation, but you didn't prepare that show. No, I didn't. But but because in my head of all the preparation of what I wanted to do in possible a second or third shot that I wanted to do your brain is working at a speed, the when you turn something spontaneous that you hadn't planned, it brain's working quicken to pick up something that you you might be able to pull off, you know, even even though it's a long shot and in the end actually worked perfectly. And of course, he loved that show. Lots and I it's one of the most iconic shots ever taken of him. But I I also think there's something really. Writing about the notion of preparation and opportunity. You know, that's when I think luck happens. That's when something magic happens when you've prepared enough and something happens lucky, if you remember I told the story of Alfred Hitchcock with the ghost. Yes. And the share that again because this is It's a a joke joke. that that photograph of of his coat with the goose initially, the magazine, the reasoning is holding a goose's that he was a gourmet chef and he was going to give the recipe for his Christmas goose to the magazine. And if you look closely at short, you'll see this Christmas decoration drying, the goose's neck, so which I brought along with me. I was doing the show in July or something was hard to find Christmas decorations. But not Nelly. And so. I I said to them, you know, if he's holding a plate with a coup goose, which is what they wanted. I think that the Kook goose on a plate with him for the board ties going to like a waiter. And I said that's not really the right mood is it. It's not very Hitchcock has it. I'm sure he'll pull it off with his expression. He was good at that. He was like an actor. I said, but isn't it better? Even in addition to the plate that we have him with these handwriting that goose's neck like you strangled goose in. And I thought well, they'll never go for that. And then I got a call back and the from now director said the editor in chief loves it. And you don't have to do the plate. So it meant I could spend more time on the goose shot. So that was a big relief. You know that I didn't have to do, you know, planning and plan B, I just had to do plan. And so I I think and I was a starting out for Dogar for them. So starting out out our that was your first that was the first famous person is. That was nineteen Seventy-three czar Ruth Ansel was the art director is great and be a fight ler. The to our directors and Ruth was a personality communicating with Newt was a great outdoor enter. Yes, great. You know, really? But but that that might make sense to some people. Of course, you know, he could get his way that was when he was famous. This was before you were well-known find you headed headed Ruthin. I think that they they just didn't want to fly of talk out from New York. And then the west coast editor. Said she knew if a photographer some work that I'd done for the LA times color supplement. And she liked what I had done. She called me up. She said, I'm the west coast editor of Harper's resigned. Thank you very much. That.
"ruthin" Discussed on The Cut on Tuesdays
"To international success at don't you to women who have all different relationships with frontiers work from the translator whose English language versions have made her a star in her own right to a woman who runs tours of Italy for frontier fans. Ruthin? I I discovered the novels a few years ago for a while. They're actually it seemed impossible not to because roughly every woman and also many men whom I encountered were talking about them all the time. I remember my ex-boyfriend asking to borrow them on me being like my book. My I mean, I guess you can have them. But like you have to give them back. And then being like, oh, God have underlined all these sentences. No one. I mean anyone seeing underlines margin is a nightmare but betray online. Rage rage. Yeah. Age. The book spent decades in the lives of two Italian women from their childhood in the nineteen fifties to their involvement in the political radicalism of the sixties and seventies up to twenty ten. That's when one of the women who is now a successful writer learns that the other who still lives in the neighborhood where they grew up has disappeared. So the writer whose named Elena Orla new is trying to piece together what happened to her friend. Leila. Growing up they recognized early on that the two of them were the smartest kids in the poor part of Naples where they lived as children they barely saw the world beyond their housing blocks and fraud day makes the neighborhood a whole world, it's vivid and oppressive at the same time. Both Leila inland new want to escape. However, they can they want to have big ideas and make big plans, but their parents don't want them to go to middle school, though, and expects girls to amount to anything there's violence everywhere. And they don't even speak the same language as the people in charge. They speak this regional dialect at the center of the story, though is the way these two women have been inside each other's heads for their. Tire conscious lives, calling it friendship almost makes it sound too. Simple. When I love so much about the bucks. This just the friendship between Leila and Elena is given the same degree of complexity and intensity and depth that any romantic relationship when normally be given in a book, you just never are. I had never read a story of a friendship that was told like that like almost like a romantic one, and I've had many friendships in my life that have felt like that where there's been so much love and betrayal and jealousy and like mimicry and like all kinds of shit. Yeah. That took such a huge toll on my life. I just think there's such a hunger for women to read about our friendships in that way. I connected so much to the way that lay new just sort of admires Leila's. So completely like there's so much discussion of Leila's mind in her brain thinks and how she teaches. Linnea new ways of thinking how like she's like, oh, I use this logic because it was the kind of logic. That Leela always used on me when she was making arguments. I remember this friend that I made in highschool we became so so close so quickly. And there was so much intensity between us that it felt like felt like we were creating energy like power like we would talk about wanting to travel in like, huge ambition and aspirations and like moving to New York and like Greenwich had jazz show. We're going to go downtown a bunch of jazz. Take it in. But like, I remember feeling the first time I had a friendship like that like being so aware of this new sense of power that I had by being with someone else like a girl like me. But for some reason, the two of us we could kind of do anything, and which was not not true. Bond reflect. Do anything. And I remember really relating to that dynamic between Elena and Leela in the same way. What are the things? That's so funny about it being this kind of immersive phenomenon is that like, what kinds of books come to mind when you're like, oh, yes. It's core of novel. They're like it's like a series that people are super fans of and like wanna talk about nonstop. It's like George r r Martin or like Riley Potter or something where it's like I want to live in the magical where by immagination, and this is like crumbling buildings and poverty. Hardly fantasy..
"ruthin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"States. Senator Tom cotton Senator good morning. We we have no time to talk baseball. Unfortunately. You're you're Indian had a tough run of it. But hey, you're Brown. Football game and Ruthin hit free time. Baker Baker touchdown maker. But let's get to the keeping. And I remind people Senator cotton before he became a politician. And after he is a Harvard trained lawyer walk point for patrol in the suburbs and the city of Baghdad during the surge is an army ranger in command of soldiers. And so I don't believe the demonstrators or the screaming mobs would've intimidated you or Todd young or Joni Ernst or Dan Sullivan any of the combat veterans. But what was it like last week in the Senate, and what does that say in the hallways of the Senate buildings? And what does that say about what's going on politics? Yeah. You know, even more so than than Baghdad or Afghanistan, I recall, basic training, right? Simply had Norton screaming at me for nine straight week. So this is nothing compared to drill. Sergeant norton. Advisedly is that, you know, part of what they do in basic training is trying to teach you to perform under pressure with lot Bracken. Around you say. On Capitol Hill or something like that last week. Our office buildings are open to the public. Arkansans we're coming in to see me, I was sitting down with a large group of Arkansans back then there was a larger for protesters the hallway screaming across the hallway. So I walked the end. And I said, I don't know what you guys did. But those people are really angry at you. But it was it was disrupted a degree. He's not too much. But I think all those are coming in with make their case for this. And that politics.
"ruthin" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Yeah, yeah, that's when I made the command decision. Everybody out of the water. Yeah. That I was. I was just floating around. Actually. Like a fish in the water, leash three. She's the win them. Captain Nick. I'm feeling like you didn't tell us everything that you needed to tell us how. Pick up on those things that messaging? Yes. I said very little happened after I came back, but that's not true. That's not for it to. I had been range to meet one of our listeners and we managed to get it together just about and the lovely Vernon and his super wife Dr. Bruce, not the doctorate. The thinking of a seen as I say that, but a doctor Raith try on who visiting. Well. They come across and not to say across, but they meet regularly with people. They knew from the Apostol life. They have a sort of reunion this time. It was in Stratford, and then they also had friends across the aisle, a wind. And when they finished with a stay in the UK they would coming post not far from me because from the ele- white, they took a ferry into pulse. Both which is ending twenty five minutes away and suggested we might meet up, which was a great idea. So after we finally managed to join up what site was not cooperating, only real method of communication we had. But eventually we manage to find each other. I picked up, but an Raith at the ferry terminal and took them out to a little country pop of which is was an EMS with right on the coast little spot, whether it wasn't brilliant, but my civil. And we had a few biz and had lunch together before they went up to the train to get again, we cap overtime. I think that night to stay there and then eventually fly back home. But it was absolately of Vernon, arith- wonderful people. But in this a very keen aviator, who was an traffic controller, he became a pilot and flew sort of missionary. I was gonna, say, missionary mission as not really, very explanatory, is it flew out in Africa in Nigeria, for example, as a missionary as a flying mission doing great works out that, and it was flying says no to six out there. And he had many stories to tell me about his experiences did Nigeria, some of which I sort of suspected. So the country with things happen. But it was lovely chatting. Sadly we didn't have as long as we might any couple of is together, but it was a great little meet up and my best recounts to vent Ruthin. Thanks, you know, sparing the time to for soul to get together and I have in my safe, Jenny home. So regons and thanks for that. Yeah, we haven't heard any audio feedback from Vernon in quite some time, but look forward to hearing more from him about his meet up with Nick. Absolutely. And I, I just wanna say Jeff? Yes, publicly. Thank you very much. This.
"ruthin" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Fucking random is such a fucking lights like all over again, fear street saga or reminded me so much of it was such a parallel to the beginning also shoot saga which dad? Yeah. When yet is likely which is like, oh, they're accusing my wife and daughter of being a witch and believe it. Oh, please spare their lives. Please spare their lives. And then end of like chapter three after which I'm a witch and now I put a curse on them and it's like high. You could have saved them then cursor Majer yeah, so she's a witch. She keeps saying, all right. First of all, I would like to say this book makes no sense, and is there for a perfect return to form? Yeah, Jeff's kissed chef's kiss how chef's kiss it's stupid. It's so stupid. I like everyone. I loved the the nineteen. Twenty-three stuff was well written, even though it didn't make any sense. It sell like actually like focus spooky reading this to it felt spooky, but also felt like an, I don't mean to say that the old fear street books sound like they're written by a child. But like you know, when you read someone stuff from when they're in high school, and then yeah, reader stuff in college, and it's like better. You have all this feels evolved in the nineteen. Twenty-three stuff is well written and then and it's it's a third person narrator, and but we're only ever with Ruth Anne and then the main girl in the present as Marissa, I think we're sisters. Oh, okay. Hold on. Hold on. Oh my God. I just open to the the reason why the killer is the killer. Uh-huh. Eight and that's right. The sister Marissa's the sister sister. The main girl is in on it because her names on the back of the book. Oh, and the Nikki's the slot. Nikki's hobbies. The brother always growth Riyan cut went is our fucking name. You know here we go part to this year 'cause it's Robbie's her twin brother harm harmony, which we couldn't remember because then it switches to first person. Yeah. So she never said we're in harmonies first person, and she sounds like a fucking goosebumps book. It's very fun. It's makes no sense. We were just in this really like solid writing state and it was cool. It was cool and I was interested in it was spooky and had this whole tone. And then all of a fucking sudden that ends and we switched. To this. And also I I took a photo of this page in particular because so harmony there to they're up there on the cliffs in Colorado, too, for Morita in Doug's wedding at the same spot at the same spot that Rebecca was going to marry Peter. Yeah, they're all from like Connecticut. Yeah. Like, oh, the fears ONA mountain home in Colorado, and also like it's the place where fucking Rebecca and Ruth and were thrown off a cliff. And I know this, they know everyone knows like, oh, what a tragic history anyway. Perfect. Like tried to talk out of it and she just wouldn't be talked out of it and it was like, whoa, them put your fucking foot down. Yeah, and make sure she doesn't do it still harmony. This is okay. So I'm going to read the first page of the nineteen Twenty-three, which is how we start. And I was like, oh. Ruth Ann fear remembered the feel of hands wrapping around her neck from behind. She remembered the startling pressure in how warm the hands were warm and damp. She remembered the leap her heart made the gasp that escaped her throat. The fingers tightening until she struggled for breath with a hard twist of her body. She spun around and stared into Peter Goodman's is she made another sound, this time a cry of recognition. He lowered his hands, the finger sliding, gently. Now tracing damn path along her throat. His touch, no tender, still not breathing. Ruthin watched smile form on his lips. Yes, that's her boyfriend. So, I mean, it's kind of classic RL fake out were it's like hunches kidding handling. Yeah, he just like is like trying to spook her a little, yeah, but now here's fucking harmony now we're in harmonies head, uncle, Kenny thought it was hilarious. He didn't do anything to stop max and that encourage my little cousin to keep his shouts up even longer. It was a nice meal, a creamy Caesar salad followed by lobster bisque than chicken, mashed potatoes and Brussels sprouts with chestnuts and bacon. Why are you telling us? I kept watching Merson duck..
"ruthin" Discussed on The Watch
"Imagine she's not a, he'll gives making these little turns constantly keep the audience on their toes, and you give us such insight into her. We see her in the empty house with no furniture, and then we see her talk to Ruth in a way that if we hadn't seen everything else might shocker Apollo's. Yeah, I'm in part of the of the show is that there are no heroes and villains like this idea being a heel is kind of a fictitious thing, and in real life, you know, people make decisions people act based on, you know, sometimes a long history in a relationship or the tends to be motivated by something emotional, that we can understand that we can excavate. So I make sense as a woman responding, not just to the incident in one of last year where I think rage is something that we explored a lot of season one and there's more season to, but I think we wanted to explore a lot of other sides of Debbie, such as her experiences in the industry. She has her own disappointments. She has her own ambitions that I think are coming into play with a lot of just how she behaves in season two. I think it's not just all. You know, there is a lot of anger at Ruth, but we're trying to show you that it's more than than with such a smart track laid that for many of the characters. Are you seeing glows step up? She's down. Yeah, I think that's a very, that's very clearly where we started her. Yeah, and I think also trying to figure out how she makes it. It's sort of like, well, if I'm gonna take this step, how can I turn it into something that works for me that I couldn't have somewhere else? You know, whereas whereas the power, whereas my seat of the table like how to use it to, you know, take a bunch of steps that other people can't. You know, sort of the way that we tell a team story and his Debbie part of the team is Debbie not part of the team. She working both sides. And I think another question we started with really early on. I mean, we're talking about Ruth and Debbie in the rim. Like does Ruth deserve to be happy and should Debbie? Should Debbie have to watch it? You know? And I feel like that is just a very, if feels like a female friendship question in particular, you know, I think it sort of would let us dig into some other storylines way that always made us understand why retelling. It, you know, in terms of bringing in? Yeah, you know a sort of potential love interest for Ruth. We had to understand what that did to Ruthin Debbie because they are still like are sort of emotional spine was what you said about female friendships and curly going back to what you said about. They're not being really heroes or villains or heels. I mean in that's just another great thing about the show these constructed where there are heroes in heels in the ring, the anti constructive. The idea of Tagore's in Italian ISM in the season was fascinating to watch because you have something that you are embracing fully, which is this is an ensemble comedy. And the hallmark once will comedies is look at this family. We can't wait to spend time with them and there's palpable joy when they're hanging out by the pool, or they're together seeing them mismatch and getting along. But specifically the season, I love that Melrose and Jenny don't really get along. Yeah. Yeah. And there's something that you stuck to that where it's not life or death? There was an enema. Yeah, there was a jacket. They may not like each other. The might love each other, but it's unclear, but east true to the fact you don't apologize for the fact that this is an acceptable in relatable level of Taganrog in the world. Do you know what I mean? It doesn't ever go nuclear. I, it's there and I appreciated that you found a way in the midst of larger show to stay focused on that. Yeah, there's a meta thing going on with our show where you know our show sometimes feels like kind of magical wonderland of female impairment, like you go to set in their house. You know, they're there for other women scenes and they're supporting each other..
"ruthin" Discussed on Great Women of Business
"Twenty first century ruthin elliott's relationship remained as solid as ever in the conclusion of her autobiography ruth spoke about what made it such a productive pairing quote it has to do with respect sure we had love but more important i don't think we could ever have survived a life we had without mutual respect and quote this same could have been said for ruth's entire career the personal and professional were always intertwined despite what ruth may have thought along the way this is what made ruth the queen of disruption every smaller principle that we've examined supported her act of breaking into industries that didn't want her she learned everything by doing she avoided waste and maximized productivity she always fall followed her gut when making sales and she kept her growing businesses focused on their strengths when she led mattel slip out of this principle she redeemed it by putting it back into practice with ruthven ruth made sure her employee's always felt personally connected to their companies and their respective missions she made sure her product line had continuous value in visual appeal and she repositioned expectations for her products dragging the market into the future alongside her vision finally ruth's best products filled true needs and desires in the market she was a woman of the people for the people you make my barbie is really reuss relentless pursuit of success and disruption nearly destroyed her but by the end of her life she had redeemed her relationships with her children she had held together her marriage and she had established herself as an icon and hero for both mattel and ruthven to incredibly different business successes in two thousand to her long battle against cancer took its toll she began suffering from internal bleeding she kept traveling for speaking of bents and supporting further developments in breast prosthetic technology but her tireless work ethic began to slow finally on april twenty seventh two thousand two elliot went to kiss ruth goodnight but she was already gone in the last years of her life ruth often spoke to a spiring business leaders and women breaking into the industry she summed everything up in a characteristically efficient manner quote i feel like i've lived three lives in my first life we did at our way in my second life we did it their way and in my third life i did it my way.
"ruthin" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Particular coach junction of his career and he's always been like it's been there's been times particularly dillon with ruthin sewing scottish snow in fating everybody in boggling but it certainly would make some of the top players i think think twice choice joys if choice manchester united seemingly nathan a month the city you would think at top player would mancha city wouldn't you so why did why did sunshine issue because he didn't offer them the money that you ever winning unless you're cheese in money it doesn't all of it depends on what yeah if you're all the dole then regardless of who the mon team me you don't care i'll take the dole if if you real if you're ru professional and i went and the guy that wants to win the big titles than if you choice other the united then that's what you take guy like for example whose career gilson ravel he was the best player in the world at one point and then went to play for it just putting you and somehow disappear and and to me that's sort of what does it moving your in some ways yes he has won a lot of things you can't take that away but then you can't also take away the fact that he seemed to stifle players and and and really hinder the growth of players asking the brown yeah now we'll we'll we'll look tastic heating want him to begin with.