35 Burst results for "Turner"
AP News Radio
Wheeler strikes out 12 as Philadelphia Phillies top Atlanta Braves 2-1
"Zach Wheeler through 8 shutout innings and the Phillies broke through with two in the 5th to down the braves two one. We were limited the braves to three hits while walking one and striking out 12. It my spot's a little better. Getting behind the ball a little better, and I think today kind of showed what we worked on, NIO has got to continue that into the next few starts. Bryson played at the Phillies first run with a sacrifice fly, Trey Turner, doubled in the other. Sean Murphy Homer the 9th for the braves only run. Jim Hart, Atlanta.
Tina Turner's Shocking Health Confession Before Death
"From the New York Post Tina Turner admitted that her health was in great danger just two months before her death The legendary singer who passed away today at the age of 83 after a long illness opened up about the battle with kidney disease on March 9th So look even up to that point She was you know still communicative and so forth She said my kidneys are victims of my not realizing That my high blood pressure should have been treated with conventional medicine She told her Instagram followers just two months ago I had myself in great danger I put myself in great danger by refusing to face the reality that I need daily lifelong therapy with medication For far too long I believe that my body was an untouchable and indestructible bastion And it accompanying blog posts for show your kidney love dot com She explained that should diagnose with hypertension in 1978 And at the time she admitted she didn't care much about it and didn't really try to control it 1985 she was prescribed pills that she was supposed to take daily To control it she said after suffering a stroke in 2009 because of my poorly controlled hypertension I struggled to get back up on my feet This is when I first learned that my kidneys didn't work that well anymore They had already lost 35% of their function The Turner eventually developed a fatal dislike she said of her prescription pills and even convinced herself that they made her feel worse So that consulting with her doctors she replaced her conventional medication with homeopathic remedies
AP News Radio
Tina Turner, unstoppable superstar whose hits included 'What's Love Got to Do With It,' dead at 83
"Singer Tina Turner has died after a long illness at her home near Zürich Switzerland, according to her manager, Turner was 83. And marches are a letter with a look at her career. Tina Turner's life was a roller coaster, hit songs in the 1960s, leaving an abusive marriage, becoming a superstar in her 40s and having her life turned into a hit movie. She recorded songs like proud Mary, nutbush city limits, and river deep mountain high with her ex-husband, Ike Turner. Turner's first solo album flopped, then she released private dancer and her career was bigger than ever. Angela Bassett played her in the film what's love got to do with it. Turner said in a 1993 AP interview she instructed Bassett that the dancing should be energetic, not raunchy. Because she was a few times going to the front. No, no, no, no, no, not from the front. Always to decide
AP News Radio
What to know about Twitter's new CEO Linda Yaccarino
"There's a new CEO for Twitter and she's well known in the ad industry. Elon Musk has confirmed it the new CEO of Twitter replacing him is Linda yakar, a longtime advertising executive who stepped down from NBCUniversal to join the social media platform. Yak arena was in charge of NBCUniversal's market strategy and ad revenue, which totaled nearly $10 billion. Before that, she held executive positions at Turner broadcasting system. Musk says she will focus on business operations while he focuses on product design at the company that he's renamed X core. Twitter needs to bring advertisers back, many fled in the chaos that followed his takeover and new policies. I'm Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
Turner, Marsh hit homers, Phillies beat White Sox 5-2
"Trey Turner had three hits including his first home run this season as the Phillies defeated the White Sox 5 to two to win the series two games to one. We pitched well and hit well and I guess we pitched great and all three games really just didn't have enough offense in game two, but that's baseball, but it's good to get a series one and move on. Brandon Marshall also went deep for the Phillies with Taiwan walker lasting into the 7th inning, improving his record to three and two. Andrew Vaughn hit a home run for the Sox who have yet to win a series this season. David Shuster, Chicago.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller: Does Anyone Trust a Government That Lies to People?
"Well, my first point in the second time for a second, but the first point is for you and everybody listening. Does anyone out there believe that a government that lies to the people and hides from the people taxes, the truth about the origins and vaccines for COVID-19, the Russian collusion collusion hoax? And intimidates the people and controls free speech on social media that that government is not totally willing and capable of election rigging, cheating and fixing. Is there anybody out there that believes that? It's a great question. Secondly, you were just talking about Californian pollution and environmental whatever. If I get this project done Todd, would you write a forward for me for my upcoming book called Sarah feces and walking guide to San Francisco and other great American cities? That sounds like one heck of a book a page Turner. If I've ever heard of one well, yeah, I don't know what you're going to use the pages for, but maybe somebody out there on the streets can find a use for them. Well,
AP News Radio
House votes 419-0 to declassify intelligence on COVID-19 origins
"A bill that would declassify U.S. intelligence information about COVID-19's origins is heading to President Biden, amid a raging debate about how the virus started a rare bipartisan moment in the house. The yeas are 419 in the nays are zero. As the pandemic's third anniversary nears, American intelligence agencies are divided over whether the virus leaked from a Chinese lab or was a spillover from animals. House intelligence committee chair Mike Turner and top Democrat Jim behind say the nation needs to know at least some of what the agencies know. The American public deserves answers to every aspect of COVID-19 pandemic. Transparency is a critical element of our democracy. Still experts say the true origin of a pandemic that's killed more than a million Americans
The Doug Collins Podcast
New Photo of JFK on Day of Assassination Found Inside CD
"Aside from the point of CDs, which we took a long trip down this road, this guy found in Texas, he was an upon shop about this Batman Turner overdrive CD, and in the CD was an original photo from November of 63 of Kennedy leaving love field. What? Yes. The motorcade Jackie Kennedy president Kennedy, the right there, a picture that was in and out had not yet had November 23 on the back of it. It was taking the morning at love field. What's crazier? The fact that that photo was in the CD or that someone was buying a bachman Turner overdrive seating. Now that's a whole different philosophical argument at that point. And I have to imagine that somebody put it in there and then was like, this is going to be the craziest story in like 6 years when somebody actually buys this CV. The crazy. Yeah, and the crazy part about it, you know, of course you got BTO. I mean, taking care of business, baby. I mean, you got the music there. But you think about that in terms of putting a picture they went and let the FBI look at it and they could confirm the originality of it is one that had never been published. It was a photo out of all those pictures and the amazing photos in my show. It had never been it's a photo that had never been. Did anyone come forward saying that's my photo or anything like that? No, I read part of the article in the guy said it was just, you know, it was in there. That's unbelievable.
AP News Radio
Tatum has 31, breaks tie late in OT, Celtics outlast Pacers
"The Celtics control the overtime and the rebounding at a one 42 one 38 win over the pacers. Boston owned a 51 to 37 advantage on the glass, Jason Tatum had 31 points and 12 rebounds for the 43 and 17 Celtics. A good stat line, but you know, really not a really good game, but just for one glad we won and just try to find ways to make plays. Miles Turner tied a career best with 40 points as the pacers Lewis for the 17th time in 20 games. Tom mccabe, Indianapolis
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Pete Buttigieg’s Message to Ohio: ‘I’m Taking Some Personal Time’
"Daily caller reporter approached him as you're allowed to do the guy is a member of the Biden administration, the cabinet secretary, and she approached him on the street. Cameras rolling, here's what happened, cut number 12. Secretary, what do you have to say? Hi, how are you? Jenny Turner at the daily caller news foundation. What do you have to say to the folks in Ohio east Palestine who are suffering right now? Well, it referred about a dozen interviews I've given today, and if you'd like to arrange a conversation. I'm sure we can progress on this, but that conversation with you. We don't have a message for them. I do, and I shared it with the press many times today I'd refer you to those comments. Do you mind sharing it with us? No, I'm going to refer you to the comments that I made to the press because right now I'm taking some personal time and I'm walking down the street. Are you going down there? What's up? Are you going down there at all? Yep. When are you going? I'll sure that when I'm ready for that. Thank you. Can I get a photo on it? Yeah. All right, now that was very important that last part. So booty judge is trying to intimidate the reporter. Who is a female, by the way. And I'm known as that Buttigieg does us with females and so does Don LeMond over at CNN the most profane name in news. Crying Negro network. Oh, thanks again, judge. So booty judge saying he stops and he turns around. We have this video open our website. He wants to get a photograph of the woman. That is super creepy. And quite frankly, I would say the misses the mister. What's chastity? Anyway, the husband of Buttigieg. That guy, I'm surprised he didn't step in and like, wait, wait, what? You want a what?
The Dan Bongino Show
Lee Smith: Sy Hersh's Careless Claims About the Nord Stream Bombing
"My argument is not that we didn't do it I think that's quite possible I don't know We don't have enough evidence yet But it's certainly quite possible The Biden administration is behind the sabotage of Nord streams one and two pipelines My concern is with Seymour hersh's particular article Which is riddled with obvious holes and some of which I describe in the article and some of which I don't I didn't want to over over detail it I mean we can go through some of them if you like Yeah give us the biggest the biggest issue some of the most triage enforced One of the most troubling components of the article as you see Well I'll tell you everyone I've spoken with you know some of these folks who have Intel or military backgrounds the first thing that the first thing that they've mentioned is yeah the idea that they were using fleet divers rather than naval special warfare teams doesn't make sense And then of course first justifies that by saying they didn't want to brief the gang of 8 because they were scared of leaks And there is no one in the gang of 8 who would be against that on the Republican side You have McConnell and the car seat And you have Marco Rubio and Mike Turner All of those people are Russia hawks So there's nothing to worry about with leaks But more importantly they didn't want to they were worried about leaks for the gang of 8 but they had no problems bringing in Norwegians And then they briefed the Swedes and the Danes It doesn't make sense And the larger thing we're going to hide we're going to hide this really delicate operation behind a public joint exercise all of these things just feel very fishy And I mean I think what's going on is I think that someone well I know that someone lied to see more hirsch that's my reading of the piece
Too Dope Teachers and a Mic
"turner" Discussed on Too Dope Teachers and a Mic
"Oh man. I'm snapping. I'm doing the snap. That can pass. We're supposed to do a set of beautiful piece. And I think that that piece needs to be professional development for every teacher out here trying to teach our kids. I think that's a great place to conclude our conversation today. Valent lyric Turner, how do people find you, find your work, support the work that you're doing? Yeah. Great ways, connect with me on Instagram at valen Turner at VA, and Turner and on Twitter at valen lyric underscore T and there are ways to connect with me from there as well. And my works are on YouTube under valent Turner. So so thrilled to have been here so to talk to you guys this was great. Thank you so much. This was amazing. And I really, I just really appreciate you speaking of truth in this on this platform in this app. And just really wishing you all the success and all the best as you continue to pursue this dream. Folks, we will be back with another episode but for now, oh, this is the part where you and I say stay low together. All right. Okay. So I'll give you a little bit of a lead and then we'll try to get it. So for the for the poet queen, vet and lyric Turner, my name is that article muniz. We're telling you on this Halloween to stay piratey, stay creative, stay speaking, your truth, stay sharing your story, stakes, seeing color, and above all, make sure that you always stay.
Too Dope Teachers and a Mic
"turner" Discussed on Too Dope Teachers and a Mic
"Wow, there's just so much to think about. It echoes of my daughter's college essay that she's working on, which kind of ends with this whole idea that artists for everyone. She writes about how her she's learned the three most important things she needs to learn about people from working at a contemporary art museum and watching how people come together over art and talking to people about it and just seeing that it activates something and everybody just is kind of you've said and which is why we need to make it there for everyone. Bill and lyric Turner, I feel like we could go for hours. There's so much so much more that I would want to ask you and get your ideas on. Before we get you out of here, could you treat the audience to one of your pieces? I would love to. Oh my gosh, this is beautiful. How does racing the classroom sound? Yo, that's beautiful. It's whatever you have that you are proud of and that this audience needs here. So here we go, the poet queen,
The Officer Tatum Show
Biden Ignores Inner City Violence in SOTU Speech
"I invite the parents of Tyree nickel. I would like to see the parents of, we can roll the dice. Throw a name out there. Do you put some names in the hat and just do a draw? Of all the black children that have been murdered in the streets in the inner city for nothing. They weren't fighting. They weren't resisting. They weren't doing nothing. They were just existing. And was shot in the head, murdered by thugs in the inner city. Bring some of them there when you talk about violence. Brain David dorns family killed in 20 20 during these BLM riots. Brain Sicario Turner's family, she was killed during a protest and too dumb black dudes decide to get into a fight and shooting at each other, murdered that young girl. Bring her family when you talk about 2020 violence. You're talking about the breach of trust. Let me say this real quick. Don't talk about police officers killing black people when you don't care about black people killing black people. Why are you worried about cops when you don't even care about yourself? You want the white man to be able to communicate you won't build your own community. We don't have that conversation when the number of police officers killing black men just the father or not can somewhere close to black man killing black men. Okay, I'm going to move on.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Disney Cartoon Features Kids Singing About Slavery, Reparations
"Take a listen. This country was built on slavery, which means slaves built this country. Till this land from sea to sea to sea first, it was rice tobacco sugarcane. They went and did his thing and kept and became cam and we were its soldiers. 4 million strong fighting for America's freedoms even though we remained America slave this country the descendants of slaves continued to build deep slaves built this country and we the descendants of slaves in America have earned reparations for their self and continue to earn reparations every moment we spent submerged in the systemic prejudice racism and white supremacy that America was founded with and still has not its own thoughts. Slaves built this country not only field hands, but carpenters masons. The blacksmith's musicians invented the cities from Jamestown to enormous Havana Washington. 40 acres and a mule. We'll take the 40 acres, keep the meal. We made your family red from the southern plantation air to the northern bankers to the New England ship on the founding fathers for my president. Current senators. The Illuminati, the new world order slaves build this country. We had Tubman. Turner. Frederick B then they say Lincoln freed the slaves. But slaves were meant. And women and only we can free ourselves. It's not freedom. Jim Crow segregation redlining public schools feeding private prisons where we become slaves again. As we celebrate Juneteenth for the OT time, our account is still outstanding 'cause this country was built on slavery with me. Built this country and we demand our 40 acres and a mule. You can keep the mules. Keep the 40. We're taking our freedom. So I don't understand it, so they want they want the 40 acres and a mule, and then they say you can keep the mule and you can keep the 40. And they want their free all right,
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Disney Slammed for Anti-White Propaganda in 'The Proud Family' Reboot
"All right, someone sent me this story over the weekend. I could not believe it. I really been on the outs with Disney after they got rid of zippy doo doo. One of my favorite songs because it's a great song. And when you sing zippy's douda, well, you know, you can't help but have a smile on your face. And including and a Bluebird on your shoulder for crying out loud. So anyway, Disney's back at it again, they've got a cartoon called the proud family. And this is a reboot of something. Oh, I don't know. I haven't followed Disney stuff in a long time. Anyway, it's about a black family, and this was an actual cartoon geared for children. I want you to hear the song that was played on Disney, cut to. This country was built on slavery, which means slaves built this country. Till this land from sea to sea to sea first, it was rice tobacco sugarcane. They went and did his thing and couldn't became can and we were its soldiers. 4 million strong. Fighting for America's freedoms even though we remained America slave. Built this country. The descendants of slaves continued to build deep slaves. Built this country and we the descendants of slaves in America have earned reparations for their suffer and continued to earn reparations every moment we spent submerged in the systemic prejudice racism and white supremacy that America was founded with and still has not atone for. Slaves built this country. Not only field hands, but carpenters masons. The blacksmith's musicians inventors the city from James danton, known as Savannah case. Washington. 40 acres and a mule. We'll take the 40 acres, keep the meal. We made your family red from the southern plantation air. To the northern banker to the New England ship owner, the founding fathers. For my president. Current senators. The Illuminati, the new world order slaves build this country. We had Tubman. Turner. Frederick B didn't they say Lincoln freed the slaves. But slaves were meant. And women and only we can free ourselves. It's not freedom.
AP News Radio
Balloon bickering over Biden's actions, China's intentions
"There's political bickering in Washington over the Biden administration's response to the Chinese surveillance balloon that flew over parts of the U.S. for days. Never should have been allowed to complete its mission. Many Republicans, like Ohio congressman Mike Turner on the House intelligence committee, say the administration was too slow to act. Taking it down over the Atlantic is sort of like the quarterback sort of like tackling the quarterback after the game is over. On NBC's meet the press. He says the surveillance balloon should have been taken out long before it neared sensitive sites, like nuclear silos in Montana. Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer on WABC says The White House handled it properly, waiting until the device was over water. We protected civilians. We gained more intelligence while protecting our own sensitive information. He says intelligence officials will be briefing lawmakers, and it's premature to criticize a cautious response, adding there were similar balloon missions during the Trump administration. I'm Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
Hield helps Pacers top Kings
"The pacers four game losing streak is over after buddy healed and Aaron nice with combined for 9 three pointers in a one O 7 one O four victory over the kings. Healed shot 5 for 9 from three point reagents scoring 21 points against his former team. Nee Smith chipped in 17 points on four of 7 from beyond the ark. Miles Turner provided 14 points and 13 rebounds for Indiana, which led by 19 in the third quarter. Harris of Barnes paced the kings with 23 points, but he missed a three point attempt with 9.1 seconds left. Kevin herder scored 16 points, while de montes sabonis and Terence Davis each had 15. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
James closes in on scoring record, Lakers rally past Pacers
"The Lakers were one 12 one 11 winners at Indiana as LeBron James pulled within 63 of becoming the NBA's all time leading scorer. He had 26 points since he tries to catch Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. James also gave LA its first lead on a three pointer with two 35 remaining. Anthony Davis knocked down an 11 footer with 35.1 seconds left. Part of his 31 point performance. The pacer scored just 44 points in the second half of their fourth straight loss. Tyrese Halliburton provided 26 points and 12 assists, Aaron Y Smith had a career high 24 points, and miles Turner added 20 with 13 boards for the pacers. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Antetokounmpo scores 41 points, Bucks beat Pacers 141-131
"Giannis intended kupo had 41 points and 12 rebounds as the bucks outscored the pacers, one 41 one 31. Milwaukee scored a season high 85 points in the first half to take a 29 point lead into the break. Drew holiday just missed a triple double, providing 20 points, 9 boards and 9 assists. Chris Middleton was productive and limited playing time, adding 17 points for assists in four rebounds in 15 minutes. The buck shot 53% overall and were 18 of 43 from three point range in their third straight win. Miles Turner was high man for the pacers with 24 points. I'm Dave fairy
Big Time Baseball
"turner" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Who do you want as your shortstop? Trey Turner or Carlos Correa. Boy, that stuff. Turner has the hit ability, the on base, Correa's got the edge in the power. I think with the Dodgers, you just had the best regular season in your history, right? Your postseason ended a little bit sooner than you would have liked to. But you like the pieces you have. The Clubhouse camaraderie, I think they understand Magic Johnson running that team. I think he understands how much it means to have players that like each other and like playing together. I think the Dodgers try to retain retain trade Turner. I think they do as well. And I'm going to tell you right now if I was a GM that was looking for a short stop right now and I had the funds available to me. Of the two. I want Trey Turner and it's not for all the, not just the reasons you said. There's one big thing you didn't mention that immediately comes to my mind. He stays on the field. Carlos Correa misses at least a month every season. Now, when he's on the field, yes, he's the best shortstop in baseball. He's the best offensive shortstop definitely in baseball. But quite frankly, tray Turner is on that field every single day putting up absurd numbers, getting on base and wreaking havoc and like you said, the Dodgers had the best single season of their history and it's a very rich history. If I'm the Dodgers, I get my hands back on Trey Turner. I lock him up and just do my best to stop screwing up in October. Ryan, this has been a blast, guys. Make sure you like share and subscribe to big time baseball.
Men In Blazers
"turner" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Knit drafting sportsbook minimum age and eligibility restrictions apply, see show notes for details. Matt Turner, I can't tell you how magical it has been to watch your journey. I remember after the gold Cup final last summer, you tell reporters, I don't think I ever would have pictured myself playing in a final against Mexico when I first had dreams of playing soccer. And now, now I'm sort of addicted to that feeling. Can you articulate that feeling for those of us that are still waiting for our call up? It is larger than life. Think about the thing that you've worked hardest for in your whole life and coming to fruition. And then being tested on one of the biggest stages imaginable, and it going perfectly. You know, that's like a rush. It's like you're gambling. You play in red or black on the roulette table and you pick red and your whole life savings on it and you hit euphoria and I'm glad that I found that addiction on the soccer field and not actually at the roulette table. Football is a hell of a drug. Your average goalkeeper starts in gold. Let's say 7 years old. That means you roughly 9 years behind and the goalkeeping position if you just said is one which is really you mature into it. You're deep into your 30s. Is it possible that we're not going to be seeing peak mat Turner until 2031? I'd say so. I still feel young. I still feel really, really great. I still wake up every day eager to learn and to get better. I come into every day thinking to myself, I can learn something today. What's it going to be? How can I get a little bit better? How can I improve? Listen, it's not a daily mantra, but that's just how I always feel as I step onto the field. So yeah, I think it's definitely possible. I think I'll continue to improve for many, many years. And then when I can't move as well after 20, 31, then I'll continue to get better because I'll figure out ways to make the game easier for myself and I'll sort of streamline it. And I'm hoping to play into my 40s. That ten year list of goals. That's on my list of goals. My real goal is to play a professional soccer game with my son. However, if he doesn't want to play soccer, I will be okay with that. But that's the goal. If he's like 16, 17 year old phenom, and I can tough it out for two or three more years and just get one game. That'd be it. Would you advise him to be a goalkeeper? No. You take dude, we need a number 9, get on it. Yeah, I would say I would just say go score goals, go have fun. 'cause this is fun while I train, but in the game, it's not so fun. So you go have fun out there. Matt, I gotta say, I find, and I think anyone that's listened to this will agree, you are truly bloody inspirational, really a testament to belief, tenacity to never taking no to believing that there's always another level. The Robert Frost poem, the road taken two roads diverged in a wood and I took the one less traveled by and that has made all the difference. You have walked a footballing road less taken. What is it about you? What quality do you have that there's enabled you to do this? One, it's the support from my family. From the people that have always seen me compete from a young age, they've always just stuck by me and they always believe that I could achieve whatever I set my mind to achieve. And that's a really great feeling when you have people in your corner that even when it doesn't go right, you can always look at them and they'll put their arm around you and say that they're proud of you. At the end of the day, that's all it really matters before every game I think to myself just put forth a performance that you can look yourself in the mirror and say that you're proud of and then you can look your family in the faces and they'll be proud of you as well. And then I think the other thing is that competitiveness when I was a kid, I didn't really know how to harness it. So I was the POS. I don't know if I'm allowed to curse on this show or not. But I was kind of a piece of. I was so competitive. I didn't know how to harness all of it. So I would cry, you know? Like if I was on the basketball court and I would get fouled or ref wouldn't call it or ref called a, I would just, I couldn't control my emotions, you know? And I think it was like embarrassing for my parents at some level sometimes, you know? Or if I struck out in baseball or rolled over a ball, I should have hit over the fence. I've smashed my bag, my helmet. I was horrible kid, you know? But it was like all of a sudden it changed when I got into soccer. I figured out the way to harness that competitive energy and instead of using it to get upset, I used it to get better and to work at things. And I think that that's what being a goalkeeper, you need to have a little bit of calm about you. And that's been really the challenge of my life was to figure out how to keep that rage and those tantrums like calm and use it as energy to continue to work harder and continue to get better. If I could take you Back to the Future style in a Delorean, what would you tell yourself if we could go back to your freshman year of high school at night after you'd first played football? When you didn't want to go back to practice, when you thought about quitting the squad, what would Matt Turner today say to Matt Turner back then? Knowing what you do now. I don't know if I would say anything because I had enough people in my life that set me on the right path. One of my favorite parts about my whole journey is that I really lived all along the way. I never felt when I was 14, 15, 16, I can't do this because I'm trying to do that. I had the same college experience that most Americans that I went out, I partied. I had fun. I drank was drinking in people's backyards in the Woods by trampolines in high school, you know? Running away from the police. You know, it was all those things. I had that childhood and I would never want to take that away from 14 year old Matt Turner. So I think that all those things that were really great to have those experiences was amazing. I think you just look at young mat and just saying, Matt, let's ride. I like that. Let's ride, yeah. I literally said that to Ashton so far. You should kill me for it. My Turner, you are a great American. I am so humbled and honored to have this window into your life at this incredible moment in your career in your life. You're living that a lot of life and to hear you talk about it. So beautifully, it's inspiring. Thank you, man. Godspeed. Thanks for having me on Raj, it's always a pleasure. Thank you. Mazel tov on the family
"turner" Discussed on Revision Path
"But <Speech_Female> I think eventually <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> I wanted <Speech_Female> to be <Speech_Female> it's on <Speech_Female> space <Speech_Female> where I can decorate <Speech_Female> and it's inviting <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> if people want to <Speech_Female> come <Speech_Female> see my work <Speech_Female> and buy it <Speech_Female> there or <Speech_Female> if we want to sit down <Speech_Female> and talk about <Speech_Female> a commission <Speech_Female> together here <Speech_Female> is a <Speech_Female> welcoming <Speech_Female> space <Speech_Female> and this <Speech_Female> is a business base <Speech_Female> too. I'm <Speech_Female> going to place where I <Speech_Female> can separate <Speech_Female> myself <Speech_Female> and focus <Speech_Female> on <Speech_Female> being <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> creative and <Speech_Female> recording <Speech_Female> and all that stuff. <Speech_Female> I <Speech_Female> want to be <Speech_Female> because I feel like I've <Speech_Female> been serious, but <Speech_Female> I think the way <Speech_Female> I want <Speech_Female> it to look now <Speech_Female> is a little more <Speech_Female> mature <Speech_Female> and so <Speech_Female> that's what <Speech_Female> I hope to <Speech_Female> kind of be in 5 <Speech_Female> years where I'm still doing <Speech_Female> this, but <Speech_Female> it's in <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> an actual <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> official <SpeakerChange> space. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> Well, just to kind of <Speech_Male> wrap things up here, <Speech_Male> where can our <Speech_Male> audience find out <Speech_Male> more information <Speech_Male> about <Speech_Male> you and your work <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> and everything on mine? <Silence> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> I <Speech_Female> am first going to direct <Speech_Female> people to my <Speech_Female> website because <Speech_Female> that's just the hub <Speech_Female> for <Speech_Female> everything plus <Speech_Female> I have a blog on there <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> where I go <Speech_Female> more in depth about the <Speech_Female> stuff I'm doing <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> where I share things. So <Speech_Female> my website <Speech_Female> is Tracy <Speech_Female> L Turner dot com. <Speech_Female> It's Tracy <Speech_Female> within I <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> outside of that, <Speech_Female> I'm pretty much <Speech_Female> on every <Speech_Female> other social media <Speech_Female> platform. You can <Speech_Music_Female> think of <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I'm on TikTok <Speech_Female> and Instagram <Speech_Female> as Tracy <Speech_Female> L Turner <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> I have a YouTube <Speech_Female> channel. I think <Speech_Female> it's just Tracy L Turner <Speech_Female> art <Speech_Female> and Twitter <Speech_Female> though I'm not on <Speech_Female> there as much, <Speech_Female> but if you want to see <Speech_Female> my <Speech_Female> work and just the stuff <Speech_Female> I chat about <Speech_Female> on there it's just <Speech_Female> at trace <Speech_Female> killer <Speech_Female> anywhere <Speech_Female> else where <Speech_Female> I am I can't think of right <Speech_Female> now but it is <Speech_Female> on <SpeakerChange> my <Speech_Female> website so <Speech_Male> that's <Speech_Female> the space <Speech_Female> that you get ready to find <Speech_Female> everything. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> All right, sounds <Speech_Male> good. Well, <Speech_Male> Tracy L Turner, <Speech_Male> I want to thank you <Speech_Male> so much <Speech_Male> for coming on the show. <Speech_Male> I <Speech_Male> think one thing that I <Speech_Male> get from listing <Speech_Male> to your story <Speech_Male> and one thing that I hope listeners <Speech_Male> can <Speech_Male> gain from <Speech_Male> this is that <Silence> <Speech_Male> making the art <Speech_Male> that you enjoy <Silence> <Speech_Male> at the pace that <Speech_Male> makes sense to you <Speech_Male> is <Speech_Male> totally okay. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> I know <Speech_Male> that this world <Speech_Male> is about <Speech_Male> rush rush rush, <Speech_Male> get things done. You <Speech_Male> have to do more productivity, <Speech_Male> blah, blah, blah. <Speech_Male> Right. <Speech_Male> You can do <Speech_Male> your work on your <Speech_Male> own time on <Speech_Male> your own terms. <Silence> Nobody <Speech_Male> is rushed. Well, hopefully <Speech_Male> nobody is rushing you, but <Speech_Male> don't <Speech_Male> feel like you have to <Speech_Male> have that pressure to <Speech_Male> be this <Speech_Male> kind of like artistic <Speech_Male> factory. <Speech_Male> And I <Speech_Male> think certainly from what <Speech_Male> you've <Speech_Male> mentioned and talked about this <Speech_Male> from your own life story, <Speech_Male> you're showing that <Speech_Male> you're living <Speech_Male> life and making art <Speech_Male> on your own terms, which is <Speech_Male> what we should all <Speech_Male> strive to do as creatives. <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> thank you so much for <Speech_Male> coming on the show. I appreciate <Speech_Male> it. Thank <Speech_Female> you so much, Marie. <Speech_Female> I love what you're <Speech_Female> doing. I <Speech_Female> feel honored. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Music> <Music> <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Speech_Telephony_Male> <Music> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> Big, <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> big thanks to Tracy <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> L Turner, and of course, <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> thanks to you
"turner" Discussed on Revision Path
"Now for this week's interview. I'm talking with Tracy L Turner, a painter and fine artist located in Reno Nevada. Let's start the show. All right, so tell us who you are and what you do. Hey, I am tracee L Turner. I am a visual artist, specializing in mostly oil painting. And I live in Reno, Nevada. How's the year been going for you so far? It's been a lot of stop and go on my end late last year. I had a career change. So I've been trying to find the right job fit in my life and also reconnecting with art and painting and that's been such a long process, but this year feels like the time when I'm back at it. And I'm having fun with it again. I'm excited. I'm inspired. So that's been kind of the tone. Since early January, just stopping and going with career and then picking art back up again. So that's been going. It's been slow, but it's going. Okay. I mean, it's good that you've picked things back up again. Now that you've done that, is there anything in particular that you want to try to accomplish before the year ends? I want to get more organized, I think I want to be even more intentional than I was about making art and what I'm trying to say. And what this stage is, I've definitely feel like I've pivoted in subject matter and just how I feel about art making in general, so I want to make sure that all of that comes together, what I'm trying to do is not get to the point where I'm not making art again for a long time. That was just so hard.
"turner" Discussed on Published...Or Not
"If the captain is discovered, if I'm found to have concealed him, they will lock me away. I will lose my children. And Mark, the true new Yorkshire woman tells of the gossip she heard about another woman who fraternized with the Germans and here we have Karen Turner reading from page 480. Margaret's horizon to meet Jessica's. Love, she were a young woman from a good home and all, the villages they dragged her from her house, shaved her red, stripped her naked and paraded her around the town center. Jessica stayed mutually down at her own hands costing her lap. Mag reached over to touch a lightly on the upper arm. Love, do you understand? This woman, even her family did not to help her. Just stood by with the entire village, children included during her and throwing mucket her. Oh, yes. So it's a hard decision. What to do? Well, stone bird has many suspenseful moments. These were thrilling to read, especially as Robin and other people noticed the improvements being carried out on Jessica's farm. And so to the nighttime raid and to chase through bombed out England on trains and buses to wear and what you will have to read yourself. As I said, this was a big book. So your research, Karen Turner. It went from the speed and history of the Mississippi airplane to making butter. There's a lot here. Yes, there is an awful lot there. I have to say though that my grandmother drove an ambulance through bombed out leads in the day. And helped to rescue people who were victims of the bombing. My mother was born in 1941, she tells me stories of growing up playing amongst the rubble and the deprivation and not having food and the sorts of food that we take for granted these days. So I had all of that. Yes, I had to research things. I had to I had to find out what it might be like for cow to give birth because there's a scene where a calf is born. I had to learn how to make a butter churn. And I did the research for that, and fascinating. I thought I could actually build one of these contraptions. There is an awful lot of research. And there's so much research you do that you don't use. But it all helps to place me the writer in that zone so I can be part of the environment and more easily write about it. Well, if we have peaked listeners interest, how can they best get a copy of storm bird and the two previous books?.
Made of Mettle
"turner" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"But then her coming out as the winner above all. I mean victorious doesn't even begin to describe the energy that i get from tina's life so many obstacles so much pain and heartache and then the abuse for so many years how can someone live under such conditions but continue to shine like a star in the sky to live with such must have been unbearable but to take the leap to leave like to take that risk to lose everything and then gain it all back in then. Some i mean tina wasn't just a star. Tina turner was an international superstar celebrity. I mean her legacy her style. Her energy the way she enraptured audiences on stage four decades these are things cannot be taught things that cannot be shared in spite of all her life being considered not quite good enough being underestimated being literally beaten down by the circumstances surrounding her then rising up so far high up that she became what she already knew. She was a star in the sky. And oh did tina shine. How lucky we are that we can all dance under teen star sean to this day. Love tina turner. I mean in also see are. Don't tell anybody though you can check out more. These episodes at made of metal podcast dot com. We're on spotify apple podcasts. Pretty much anywhere. You listen to podcasts. So please subscribe review share and you can follow us on instagram and facebook. So that's made of metal m. e. t. t. l. e. and if you love the show we'd like to support my passion for sharing these stories with you. You can support me on by me. Coffee dot com poured slash made of metal. And don't forget followed subscribe review. Tell your friends about my sweet sultry voice. I can't describe how happy. I am reading the feedback from you guys it is. I mean moving beyond absolutely i. I'm just so grateful. So thank you so much for listening. I love sharing this with you. Just thank you so much truly in as always my love's bloom you are planted.
Made of Mettle
"turner" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"These were much smaller shows in songs than she had experienced with. Considering the level of fame sheet achieved with ike and tina review. Tina worked tirelessly in music. Gigs movie roles as well as features on other ardor songs throughout all of this. Tina never lost. Her determination are also wanted to highlight that record. Companies were treating tina as if her career was already over as they didn't believe or want to support tina as a solo artist. Tina had so much opposition in not many believers when she ventured out on her own but she let the stopper did she let this paralyze her keep her from what she knew that she could do. Absolutely not tina's career took a turn around nineteen eighty-three when she'd recorded a song titled let's stay together a hit that was originally made by the greek al green. Another one of my absolute favorites. Finally tina song was a hit in the states and overseas in one thousand nine hundred four tina signed a record deal and recorded her groundbreaking album private dancer which featured the iconic. What's live got to do got to do with this album and song would win. Four grammys including record of the year in sold millions of copies world wide. What's love got to do with it. Was number. One and tina became a well. Deserved international superstar from this point on tina. Continue to make hit records give incredible performances live on tv starred in multiple movies and was the author of a new york times bestseller autobiography. That autobiography was later turned into the iconic movie. What's love got to do with it. That depicted tina's heroin abuse under ike. That was released in nineteen ninety three. The soundtrack featured new hits recorded by tina. That would go on to be double platinum. Tina continued to record and release revolutionary hits and was eventually inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame with hike in nineteen ninety-one tina second solo album was just as successful as her first and another one. That reached the top of the charts. Another one of tina's iconic hits titled the best actually would outsell her previous hit album private dancer just to give you an idea of what sort of success. This woman was experiencing. What is the most impressive. Is that although tina was in her late sixties at this point. She'd had a fiftieth anniversary tour. In two thousand eight that will sold out for the entire tour. That is two years from two thousand eight to two thousand nine and a wonderful happy twist. Tina married the love of her life. Erwin balk at the age of seventy three and twenty thirteen. Tina received a lifetime achievement award in twenty eighteen and in twenty twenty one. Tina released the documentary simply titled tina. Which was her final farewell tour fans in life in music which. I highly recommend to watch you guys. Tina was i mean it was just like there are no words. It was incredible. Tina is alive and well living in zurich switzerland as a swiss citizen with her husband. Ike turner her former husband and banding died in two thousand seven from a drug overdose. I loved this story. I mean so many reasons. The element of tina coming from a broken home going through such incredible trauma. I can relate to that so much.
Made of Mettle
"turner" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"Tina felt she'd had no options and nothing to live for and had made at least two separate suicide attempts. Tina continued to tour and record throughout the abuse for many years until something changed. Tina was introduced to buddhism and exploring. This new knowledge would change the entire trajectory of her life. Tina began to practice buddhism and began to wake up to her own power. She no longer wanted to live stuck as a prisoner in her own home in marriage beaten and raped on a daily basis forced to work throughout it all losing all hope for an escape. Tina wanted to do better. It was in the late seventies but tina would reach her breaking point. Ike and tina were traveling in dallas to a show when i struck tina in the backseat. At this point. Tina had had enough. She began fighting back and upon arrival of their hotel. Tina fled and never looked back. The couple would divorce in nineteen. Seventy eight in tina was stripped of everything. I took everything in terms of financial resources and fought tina for the only thing. She requested her name thankfully. Tina won the battle in court and was able to retain her stage name. Tina turner after leaving the ban. Tina didn't immediately shoot to stardom as a solo artist. All of career and notoriety was attached to the ike and tina review. But tina did not let this deter tino worked cleaning homes and performed in smaller shows while also continuing to record..
Made of Mettle
"turner" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"After i met tina. He knew that she was destined for the spotlight. Tina had a stage presence. That was riveting. While i was talented in playing the background and managing the band after joining the band anime stage name became her life long moniker of tina turner when tina was just twenty years old in one thousand nine hundred sixty. She stepped into record a song titled a fool in love for missing singer. In i expand the song became a hit. In the kings of rhythm evolved into the ike and tina review. The ike and tina review quickly gained a huge audience for their live performances. As everyone became entranced whenever tina would take the stage. The group released several other hit singles and were touring extensively around nineteen sixty two amongst all their fame and success. Tina and ike were married in mexico. Tina had a family with ike. As well as i can't children from a previous marriage as well as tina they would have one child of their own bringing the total children to four four boys. No less. Although tina was a mother with familiar duties due to ice abusive relationship tactics tina was not able to spend time with her family as she'd wished tina was kept to a strict recording. Rehearsing in touring schedule. That had her on the road for more than half the year in nineteen sixty six. Tina was introduced to phil spector. Who at the time was one of the most innovative and sought after producers of the era phil and tina recorded the album titled river deep mountain high. Which did great overseas specifically in europe but was not as well received in the united states. Although this didn't hinder tina's fame as the ike and tina review were still selling out performances on the heels of their european success. The ike and tina review began touring with the rolling stones. A superstar rock band with a massive following in nineteen sixty nine. This tour brought even more visibility to tina's amazing performances and tina released an album with ike in one thousand nine hundred seventy one titled working together..
Dose of Leadership
"turner" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"For being a new supportive. Next level method. Now let's get on with this conversation with deanne. Turner here doesn't mean dan turner. Nice to see you again. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much. It's great to be back with you again. One of my favorite guests. I've always enjoyed having you talking to you particularly about purpose and talent and your experience chick-fil-a has just been all the stories been phenomenal. So we're excited to catch up with you with my friend. Matt certainly talking about talent and purposes is what we're excited about. So how's it been last time. I think you're on. we talked. It was probably eight months ago. I can't even remember nine months. It was it was in the midst of covert. So how are things going for you. Well you know. I had a pretty productive cove experience. Compared to a lot of situations. I released a new book and march crusher. Korea's ac interview land the job and launch your future so been working with the I call it. The other side of the coin for my audiences bet on talent was to help leaders finding keep extraordinary talent crush your careers. The other side of that to help talent learn how to be extraordinary and i think it kind of came from. I think i was reading somewhere. That maybe the idea. Kind of the genesis of your son was kinda always asking you for advice or people were asking for career advice. Like what do i do now. In boy i get that a lot from my daughter. In fact last night it was were driving. And i thought about you because my daughter was she just graduated high school and she's like man. I'm so nervous about the future. That's all she keeps telling me which i think is good. I mean i worry about. The future are worried about the. I still worry about the future. Even fifty three so. But i was telling you you know. Hey you know follow your gut do things that nobody else wants to do. And then people will find you and so that was advising your last night. I don't know what you guys think about that. But and us pretty good advice and pursuing her. I said find something that you like to do. Because she's worried about. She sees her older sister Our oldest one. Who's kind of in this rut. She's twenty three twenty four and she's like i just don't know what i wanna do. You know she's kind of in this low point right and not knowing where her passion is wanting to do what passions but she feels like. She's stuck in the job. And i just like i don't see it that way. I'm like just go you know. What would you say to. My oldest daughter is in that rut well first of all very common so to try not to be too uncomfortable about that. That's the way you're feeling because a lot of people that you're feeling the same way and sometimes in what i really talk about and crush your career is sometimes you just have to get started and you're going to do some things that you're gonna find out. That's not what i wanna do. But it's it's much better to be doing something to find that out than just kind of waiting and sitting back and saying okay. I don't know what i'm gonna do. So i'm either gonna do something totally unrelated in just kind of flounder around here are not gonna do anything which some of them are just paralyzed i. I don't mean this disrespectful but you know living mom and dad's basement in just a little paralyzed ice. I don't know what i want to do so much. Just not really doing anything. And so just get started in something and pursue it and when that door closes for you or that. You realized that snatcher passion. That's not what you wanna do. Hopefully you're gonna have put some things in place that can lead you to the next step and you know what the next might not be at. Either it's very common to wonder around your entire twenties. You know just trying to figure out what that is now. There'll be some people. I i have three sons. Two of them knew from a young age. Xactly what they wanted to do. The middle one. He was like your daughter. He had a passion of something he wanted to do. And then as he got a little older he realized that that that passion was great for fun but he couldn't make a living right support a family at it so he decided that the passion will become his part time gig and that later it might be a second job or second business opportunity but that he had to find a different passion for his career and he took some of those skills. He had a personal training. Any one of the things had to do personal training sell with services and so now he's in technology sales career and a lot of those early skills came from selling his services of personal training. So what i keep it Advising that group is high. It's a time of experimentation. Get out there and try some things see which you liking. You don't like him. Don't put the pressure on yourself. This has to be like mom and daddy found their career early. I know i know you rich have been out your pilot and i know that you probably have decades of service of doing that. Of course i spent thirty three years at chick-fil-a but the world's changed since then and our kids are gonna see differently. And i have to tip. I have to glad you brought that up. Because i have to. I mean i knew from my early twenties. That i wanted to be a pilot and i set things in motion to do that. So you're absolutely right. And i have to be careful about like well. Look what i did. I had it all figured out. I need to be kind of empathetic to the fact that this experimentation path is not a sign of failure. That's what i tried to tell her. You know she's like i. I think it's good. I love what you said. Deanna to add onto that surrounding yourself by people who are doing what you're passionate about. Maybe so if you're passionate about music or you're passionate go go where that is in surround yourself by those people and get a job with involved in that somehow or or. Get a job that that gives you enough money to go. Fueled a passion right in lake. Your son did getting that skill. He's selling its augmenting his kind of weakness of selling and maybe they can apply that to his passionate at some point in the future. I mean that's what i heard you say. Yeah absolutely and and you know for him. He's continued fitness. A way of life for hammered passionate about that. He coaches people on that and He's he's living out both of those things now and again it. Just i like that experimentation a like. Hey i have the freedom right now to go and figure this out and remember. I mean we were figuring things out made from. We were in our early twenties or late teens in going. I know what i wanna do. They have so many more options..
"turner" Discussed on Murder Minute
"He reached <Speech_Female> out to randy's family and <Speech_Female> friends who contacted <Speech_Female> the police departments <Speech_Female> in both cobb <Speech_Female> and forsyth counties <Speech_Female> and also <Speech_Female> to reporter <Speech_Female> from the atlanta journal <Speech_Female> constitution. <Speech_Female> The paper published <Speech_Female> a series of articles <Speech_Female> highlighting the similarities <Speech_Female> in both <Speech_Female> men's deaths <Speech_Female> and suggesting that lynn <Speech_Female> was not just the romantic <Speech_Female> link between <Speech_Female> them. But also the <Speech_Female> messenger of their death. <Speech_Female> The publicity <Speech_Female> was enough to cause <Speech_Female> investigators to <Speech_Female> reexamine randy's <Speech_Female> autopsy results <Speech_Female> a forensic <Speech_Female> pathologist from the georgia <Speech_Female> bureau of investigation <Speech_Female> found <Speech_Female> a significant amount <Speech_Female> of calcium <Speech_Female> oxalate crystals <Speech_Female> in randy's kidneys <Speech_Female> which is a telltale <Speech_Female> sign of ethylene-glycol <Speech_Female> poisoning <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> ethylene-glycol <Speech_Female> isn't industrial compound. <Speech_Female> Used in a variety <Speech_Female> of consumer <Speech_Female> products including <Speech_Female> antifreeze. <Speech_Female> It is odorless <Speech_Female> and has a sweet <Speech_Female> taste <Speech_Female> and it is toxic <Speech_Female> if consumed <Speech_Female> police <Speech_Female> now believed that <Speech_Female> randy's death had been a <Speech_Female> homicide. <Speech_Female> Investigators exhumed <Speech_Female> the body of glenn turner <Speech_Female> and found <Speech_Female> calcium oxalate <Speech_Female> crystals in his kidneys <Speech_Female> as well. <Speech_Female> They were able to confirm <Speech_Female> that. Glennon randy both <Speech_Female> had been poisoned <Speech_Female> with antifreeze. <Speech_Female> Which lynn likely <Speech_Female> administered to both <Speech_Female> men in the <Speech_Female> soup and jello. She <Speech_Female> had served them shortly <Speech_Female> before their deaths. <Speech_Female> In november <Speech_Female> of two thousand two <Speech_Music_Female> lynn turner <Speech_Female> was arrested and charged <Speech_Female> with the murder of glenn <Speech_Female> turner. She <Speech_Female> stood trial in two thousand. <Speech_Female> Four <Speech_Female> and prosecutors <Speech_Female> introduced evidence <Speech_Female> of the similarities <Speech_Female> between the deaths of glenn <Speech_Female> turner and randy thompson. <Speech_Female> Though lynn <Speech_Female> had at that point <Speech_Female> only been charged <Speech_Female> with glenn's murder. <Speech_Female> She found guilty <Speech_Female> at that first trial <Speech_Female> and sentenced <Speech_Female> to life in prison with the <Speech_Female> possibility of parole. <Speech_Female> After twenty <Speech_Female> years. Cobb <Speech_Female> county district attorney. <Speech_Female> Patrick had <Speech_Female> said about the case <Speech_Female> that if she done it <Speech_Female> twice <Speech_Female> she had probably gotten <Speech_Female> away with it <Speech_Female> in two thousand seven <Speech_Female> when turner <Speech_Female> went back to court to stand <Speech_Female> trial for the murder <Speech_Female> of randy thompson. <Speech_Female> This trial lasted <Speech_Female> just twelve days <Speech_Female> and resulted <Speech_Female> in another guilty <Speech_Female> verdict. <Speech_Female> She received another <Speech_Female> sentence of life in prison. <Speech_Female> This <Speech_Female> time with no <Speech_Female> possibility of parole <Speech_Female> on august <Speech_Female> thirtieth of two thousand <Speech_Female> ten lynn <Speech_Female> turner was found dead <Speech_Female> inside her cell. <Speech_Female> At georgia's <Speech_Female> metro state prison. <Speech_Female> Her death <Speech_Female> was ruled. A suicide <Speech_Female> caused <Speech_Female> by an intentional overdose <Speech_Female> of the high <Speech_Female> blood pressure medication. <Speech_Female> She had been prescribed <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> was hoarding at the time <Speech_Female> of her death. <Speech_Female> For a live discussion <Speech_Female> of this week's cases. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> Join <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> me on the stereo app. <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> On tuesday august <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> thirty first at <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> five. Pm eastern <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> two pm pacific <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> from more true crime <Speech_Female> content. Follow me on instagram <Speech_Female> at murder. Minute <Speech_Female> and on tech <Speech_Female> talk at true crime <Speech_Female> headlines. <Speech_Female> Next week i'll <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> cover the case of a <Speech_Female> teenager who murdered <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> his adoptive parents <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> and then tried to claim <Speech_Female> in his defense <Speech_Female> that he was genetically <Speech_Female> predisposed <Speech_Female> to commit the crime. <Speech_Female> Until then <Speech_Female> i missed the <Speech_Female> smitty and <Speech_Female> this has <SpeakerChange> been your murder <Music> minute.
Christy Wright's Business Boutique
"turner" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique
"And today's episode. I have. I want to call it like a food. Experts a cook and author all the things. Abby turner is here abby. Welcome to the show. He's so much i'm set side. I'm so glad that you're here. And you guys may know her. Instagram accounts tabletop affair. Because i love everything about what you do your messaging your heart or some kind of tell everyone who's not familiar with you. Just what you love. So i am kind of really in love with the table. I think that there is a lot of great community connection. That comes when you just approach. The table and food is just that natural conduit. They kind of gets us there. And so i started a blog and started an instagram. Where it's all things easy thirty minutes or less like really inexpensive because at the end of the day. It's not about perfection. It's not about presentation. It is about the people we can get there then. Hey i'll help you. I think it's so good. I know we like know your parents have like phrases that you kind of make fun of them for and you're my dad's is always like break bread with people. Yeah break bread with you. Sit down and you have a meal with someone. There is a level of connection and intimacy. That is bigger than if you were just like texting or something. Didn't you know writing it. Slows down illeg gets us in that mindset of let's talk. Let's break the bread yet. Let's actually have community talking about right so but it's intimidating so i think some people hold back like invite people over because they feel like they're not a good cook or the table is not great and beautiful but you like lower all those boundaries. And you're break those walls down brian. It doesn't have to be full. Instagram and pinterest and everything out. There has told us that it has to be perfect. Have to be you know this. Perfect chefs food network star. Name it. and you don't have to be. You just need to be at the table and is better than to be at the table with great food. I know that's right okay. So one of the things that she do she has different tables. The male have themes which i love so he picked them for the show today. And i picked this one selfishly popcorn and i have kids. So this is this is the table that connects so kind of. Walk me through that. So the table that connects in the living. Table the cookbook..
The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"turner" Discussed on The Way I Heard It with Mike Rowe
"Hey guys it's micro. This is the way. I heard it episode number two thirteen at it's called. It's not what you'd call a page turner on this episode chuck and i unpack the final chapter of my book with a little help from a very special guest who has become the undisputed audience. Favourite on this podcast. Some of you know. Whereas miss peggy others as america's grandmother me i call her mom. Oh yes in mere moments. The one and only margaret rowe will stop by to evaluate my final chapter pass judgment on my literary choices. Correct my grammar evaluate my wardrobe and offer the somewhat less-than-charitable critique that inspired the title of this episode. It's not what you'd call a page turner. She's also here to bring me up to speed on her exciting life in the retirement community where she and my dad now happily reside and if that doesn't sound exciting enough let me say it another way my mom the wisest woman i've ever met jams me into her very busy schedule to talk candidly about the process of writing from the heart. Of letting go of things you love and adjusting to a new schedule of mahjong. Botchy ball book clubs billiard tournaments shuffleboard and making new friends. It's really a conversation about letting go of that which you simply do not need. And it picks up where the last chapter left off just below the streets of san francisco where our hero finds himself at long last face to face with the inescapable truth of his own identity in the bowels of the sewer where his long journey finally comes to an end or depending on how you look at it a new beginning either way. It is the final chapter of a book that my mother claims to love even though she just told me. And i'm quoting. It's not what you'd call a page turner. I was devastated by that critique. Naturally until i realized she was referring to the audio version. You're listening to presently aversion with no pages to turn a version that comes to its logical conclusion right now and by right now i mean right after i remind you that new beginnings are precisely what millions of americans are looking for right now and precisely why employers have all kinds should take a moment to post a.
The Young Turks
"turner" Discussed on The Young Turks
"I welcome the young turks coverage of the turner rally in cleveland. This is one of the most important elections going to do about to do hyperbole. Ready ever of my lifetime But i really really don't think it's hyperbole. I'm gonna explain. Why in a minute. And i think now time to explain so we got a camera crew in cleveland and as soon as the speaker starts speaking obviously we will go straight to it. I'll do some contrary probably Between the speakers So now who are obviously near turner's going to speak at the end Right before her is going to be a guy you might know bernie sanders as nice little role reversal. Because turner used to be the last speaker to introduce bernie sanders at so many of his rallies. She was of course his campaign co chair. In two thousand twenty now bernie sanders will be introducing anita turner which is great Now this a star-studded event you've got other folks involved as well. Corey bush keith. Ellison cornel west And so many others so now in terms of The state of the race and so many of the things that are happening. I've got time to you on that As i look at my hair. They're so good. European soccer star okay. So let's before. I get into why this is so important and tell you a little bit about the speakers including corey. Bush was up to last night which is amazing I wanted to get quick. Shot what it looks like now. This'll be our trump moment as we show you an empty podium. Oh not an empty podium. Somebody's getting the crowd ready. He can we take that live actor. Let me hear that a little bit. We're getting one second read article because when you read the article usually you'll hear that the vast majority of the people who were vaccinated then get severely..
Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper
"turner" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper
"They are looking in responding to the candidate. Who they believe can best do that. If nato turner wins this election it means the people have one you know. The people have spoken very very clearly about the direction that they want for their community for a lot of people who are outside of cleveland they are focusing on everything else except for the people who are hurting inside the district. The voices that We should listen to one thing that needed turner has said. Repeatedly is that She is going to be a champion for the people. She's gonna take their needs to congress in certainly when it comes to the voting rights. Act when it comes to ending the filibuster. There are people all across the country who feel that they elect leaders their leaders go to washington and forget who they serve and the people that they should be serving are the people who sent them there. The constituents from the district can you talk more about the differences in their forms. Their their positions. Well i can talk about nina turner's position because she's the only candidate in this race has really been talking about the issues. The other candidate has round platform. Basically i am not needed. Turner and for people who are trying to decide are the material conditions impacting. My life going to prove that does not give them give them much for nita turner. She's committed some medicare for all she's committed to ensuring that A health event does not derail a person's future she's committed to ensuring that college is more affordable She's committed to equal wages for equal work. She's committed to sharing that when you That when you think about the future that we're leaving behind for the generations that are coming that it's one that the insurance climate justice right so she's very very concerned about what's happening in. Not just the cleveland community but ohio across the world quite frankly. Those are the things that she's passionate about in those are the things that voters are responding to. I saw some polling information recently in it noted that black men between the ages of eighteen fifty five are overwhelmingly supportive of nina. Turner is the best surrogate. For this demographic and i think for black men in for a lot of people in the district they have not felt scene and they have not felt heard and she's working very hard to.