16 Burst results for "lady Ruth"

"lady ruth" Discussed on The Dream

The Dream

04:03 min | 8 months ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on The Dream

"For this. I'm visiting my grandma ruth to ask her about her mom's time as an Avon Lady. Ruth doesn't really wear makeup or get gussied up for anything other other than church so it's always been funny to me that her mom was so into it. There are two houses on the property. A quarter mile apart. Along with a couple of Barnes. Both properties are quite modest. The one we're in my grandma and GRANDPA bill who now sits in the living room with dementia watching Bob Ross. They built this house as teenagers when they first started their family. They put the basement and I and lived in with their growing brood. which would eventually number six kids? They finished the upstairs. Can I have your name. Ruth Gordon Bisky thank you. Can you just tell me a little bit about yourself. I know a lot about you because you're my grandma. I live in Michigan. I've been mostly a stay at home. Wife although there was a stint when I did some truck driving and I'm eighty one years years old and I enjoy everything and I love every morning even for Ruth. Direct sales were a part of daily life for as as long as she can remember and she says it was for one reason the same one. MLM's count on to power their sales. She'd rather buy from people she knows. I'm sure that when you go to the grocery store and you stand and you read about something that you don't see the value that you can be introduced to by a sales person but I do know you can introduce yourself to products that do work. But I think that this other way is is better because you have someone that educate you and there are things you miss. When you're just reading it thing as my grandma ruth never signed up to sell these things things she has signed up for the discount people and she's careful and sentimental and one of the companies that I remember when I was young was the jewel tea company and I remember that when I was at child when they used to come to my grandmother's house and they were a good company? I do have some pieces of Tom Hall dish where that came from them that I remember so like door to door kind of sales and and the gentleman gentleman that I remember selling it became a family friend and so that made it kind of precious. This was seventy five years ago. All this sitting around with a jewel t guy. But I've eaten off those exact plates and the reason my grandma is still has those plates is because she learned the value of a dollar really really early on. I went work when I was nine years old. The first time I went to work in a neighbor ladies house She was crippled up with arthritis. Yes she couldn't calm her own hair and there are many many things that I did for that lady that she just couldn't do for herself and though I was very young young I could help her with her needs. I made a quarter. I think an hour for the lady that I worked for and Then from there. I went to work with another lady at another lady's House and when I was ten years old I had gotten to the point where I was out picking strawberries in a patch from eight in the morning. One Hour offer noon and five o'clock in the afternoon if I had to pick strawberries at day. That's how the day went. So when you're poor like that you learn to scrape great money off the walls and you know it's there if you're looking. When I was a child I didn't think I was suffering but When you wear cardboard in your shoes because you get holes in the bottom two school and your mother's cut off now ons for socks and on Christmas? You have hamburgers. But you're still happy your stomachs full and you're happy.

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"lady ruth" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

14:07 min | 8 months ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"Literature. I'm meniscus Donna. And this is today focus. We're bringing you general election coverage every day from Hartley. All the government talk about left behind Townsend left behind nine places and actually presupposes wherever the starting point to Belfast. I'm old enough to remember getting on the bus and coming on with sniffer dogs to find out if there were bombs on Sunday the state we're talking to people and not just politicians to really get to the heart of this election. Subscribe now wherever you download your podcast. Welcome back to the Guardian books. podcast with us in the studio now is Clam Gasson author of the rapture which is very handily a novel about the very very real story. An English coach called at the Panacea Society based in a little town of Bedford for those who don't know it. It's about sixty miles outside London and it was also has is a statue to John. Bunyan the author of the Pilgrim's progress. It has this weird religious heritage going on. Why is this? Why they they set up this society in Bedford? I think it just happened to be the fact that the woman who became their leader lived there already. But they did come to believe that Bedford walls. The was the home if the original garden of Eden so they came to believe it was very significant that it was there but I think it was more and more luck than judgement to start with. And she was called Mabel Ball Trap and she. re-start herself Octavia And they called themselves the daughters of God and it was this early on in the twentieth century. And as you make very clear here in this novel part of what seems to be going on is the grief for the loss of all they men who've died and this is a society of women many of whom have lost people in the Great War. Yeah I think in some ways it was a perfect storm colts and grow out of so a lot of them lost men in the war and they came to believe that the terrible horace that they had you know heard about had experienced loss that that was meaningful. They thought that was a sign that the end was coming. I think thought men have made other hash of things really. I mean they believed that Christ was in a safe there Save their souls but they were questioning. How can such suffering happen here? And now it's great question of another religions. How suffering happen now? And they came to believe that because women men We'll had caused the fall. It was up to women to to make everything right again and that would end suffering here on earth. They had a couple of men in In very subsidiary Harry Rowe yes but that got him into trouble because one of the themes of this novel which I think is is totally fascinating and I've thought about a lot we it always comes up with particularly with got to women mystics going back to Julian of Norwich and people this what rapture means certain. It's sort of orgasmic. It's on the brink between religious rapture and sexual rapture and you. This is part of what you're exploring in this book isn't it yeah. I'm really glad he picks up on. The step was where the title came from The logically the term the rupture. Gotcha I I wasn't sure because it relates more to this sort of American understanding of that you know from will wake up and we'll find out that all good people have been spirited off to heaven and they'll be behind which we make with some of the other cult books later so technically speaking it wasn't describing the rupture in that sense but the rapture of religious fervor and the rapture falling in love and and how those two could be confused when you read medieval accounts of nuns incumbents and they are describing a relationship are the bride of Christ they are experiencing this the rupture of that elation of failing chosen and seen in a relationship feeling God your television journalists. This is your first novel. It's it's a very good story. Why did you decide not to write it as a nonfiction? But to make ten to a novel I suppose because I I mean there's so many facts there the archivists huge. I've oh I've read their shopping list invoices coal deliveries. Diaries confessions but I was interested. More in sort of the gaps between those things And they were the punchline of a joke in life and since then bonkers women. They were dismissed and ridiculed and I wanted to understand what would lead you to join. What would lead you to stay and look at the circumstances that kept them there? And that's not so funny and it's much. It's a much grew two questions. I wanted to explore those things which are the sorts of they fall down the cracks between the facts almost all. I was just much interested in that at one. One of the results of that is is that you're dealing with real life characters but you give them different endings to the story. That's quite a quite cavalier. With the fact well I think a lot about the morals of doing that really and I think a lot about these were real people. I mean there's a nonfiction book written about more ready. There's has a museum which exists. They kept everything deliberately because they thought we would come to know that they'd been right all along. We want to read about them. So that Al Qaeda was there for us to redevelop them and the the line for me was. I didn't want to use this as a fictional worlds to SORTA project in I've got a great mystery idea or I didn't want to use it as backdrop so everything that's in the book is either is inspired me. There's something I read. As a fact that happened or how I felt about what I read the cult member and he died in two thousand and twelve. Oh Yes extrordinary yes. This quite eccentric yes philosophy yet. It went on for one hundred years and at its height had thousands of members NBA's in other parts of the world as well. Yes about one hundred thirty thousand I think wrote for healing from from the leader Octavia and the last member was still cleaning thing octavius house because they at first none of them would die and then as they did start to die. Their houses were sealed up And this lady. Ruth climate govern having clean elitist health waiting for the day that Jesus would come back with her so everything is still there. There's a museum you know aggressive by the better perfume bottles on the dressing table Sean. You sort of quite into colts on the theoretical way. Maybe and yeah I haven't joined any I think I'm interested in what you would. Just say before. Claire About What is it? What is the impulse? What what is it that these these groups are hitting on in terms of the impulse within humans This need for belonging belonging and The fact that when you're on the outside sometimes they believe seem entirely illogical law even frightening Sometimes violent but for the people on the inside. It's like a completely different perspective. And how can someone's brain manipulated those ways So Yeah Yeah I think it it it. It is generally fascinating and I guess by before you'd heard about the panacea society. I'm sure that you probably interesting in cults Germany as well. Well I guess yeah I much came to through this call. I think the way that I had an idea about colts that it tends to be charismatic. Male lead in manipulating mm particularly younger women for money and for sex for power and this was so left field to me in that it's a A middle aged middle class woman called Mabel who who who Ghana's elise followers and it seemed to be very eccentric very British. But when you look at the way the colts started to operate there are similarities. You know throughout the novels us throughout the real cases of colts and for me writing it. I've I've come to say so. Many parallels with with sort of controlling relationships. You know it starts off that you feel that you belong insane and you wanted and you can be important and then very slowly you got. Your confidence is undermined your your your transgressing. The rules issue being punished for that and you become so lost in that belief system that it's very difficult to turn around and say I've wasted all this time. I was wrong all along so it's interesting. How the the sort of theology of a particular Colt can be constantly shifting to make allowances for itself? You know we thought that that nobody would die in that cult. First Person Dies and it's rewritten to mean something else. Constantly shifting to keep everybody swept along with it I mean that's often the thing with a load of Colton. I was asked to come up with the books that I had read about cults and the thing that I left out at me and even reading Meghan Spook was that so much so many of them are rooted in this idea that the world is going to end but there is this interesting idea about beck being the elite few that have got it right And they are the ones that will survive even if the rest of the world Dies I was really glad with your top ten. When you mentioned underground by Hurricane Murakami Because that's such a fascinating story and it's not necessarily one that people have always heard about but there was a subway gas attack in Tokyo in nineteen ninety five Dave and It was organized by the Doomsday. Cult called Amgen rinker and it was the founder of that coat. Sugar as Asahara Laura. He basically believed that a nuclear armageddon was going to happen that a third World War was going to happen. Would be instigated by America and Murakami WHO's obviously nine as Ovallis? He wrote this nonfiction in nineteen ninety-seven where he went and interviewed victims of the gas attack. The second half of the book then interviews people who fought with the call and and some of them have left but some of them are still really devout believers in the call. And I was going back this morning redevelopment and realizing that I it still exists. This it goes under a different name. Now this to splinter groups that have formed from it but It was still regarded as it was regarded as a terrorist organization and The the founder and Twelve members of the court were are in the executed in twenty eighteen. Say is actually like a really long ongoing story so so putting putting together these ten books does this mean that you're you've had an abiding interest in colts or did you just have you just concocted it in order to talk about your own book a bit of both Yes. I was reading a lot of real life accounts. And people he'd left you know Plymouth. Brethren it's Lisa brethren trying to read lots of books a lot of themselves published on online of People's experiences of trying to leave and how sanctions were taken against them and trying to see you know the sort of hierarchy and power structures within coal. It's interesting interesting. You mentioned the exclusive brethren and you're referring to in the days of rain yet which is Rebecca Stott's but yet her childhood and I did a session with and a load of Baltic authors at the London Book Fair and there was a moment in the audience moment in the session when somebody in the audience stood up instead. What did it do to the relationship between mothers and children because in my experience as a colonized state colonized by the Soviet Union? What they tried I to do was always to break that bond between mothers and children and I looked around and suddenly everybody on the panel and most of the people in the audience crying and you realize that actually the manipulation in a family relationship is absolutely central to an awful lot of these yes and the word family appearance I mean Manson family? Louise Jensen's new book the family. It's it it's a key word so it's the difference between the families that we're born into and the family that we find ourselves or people don't have a family how they might seek that so in. The case hastened the Soviets that what they were trying to make the state that the parent of the Child. Yes Robert The fam- The family birth and and that suddenly suddenly I thought. Oh yes this is something about cults that I hadn't understood before that's about it's about basic power structures in a very in a very tiny ninety close focused context. Why do you think we're so interested in colts? At this moment. You just mentioned on the way in that you asked to chair a session with four new coat folks novels and nonfiction it. It does seem doesn't it shown as well but yeah a bit of a moment for colds flu like there's always been a moment for God's like there's there's always some sort of fascination and I think certainly I think maybe it slightly timed to the wider acceptance of true crime as being assertive valid Interest Evans fascinated by Jonestown And have been since The just happened so I I don't know whether we're in a specific moment now whether it was sort of in a moment where it's kind of a que did or up to being interested. I think I'm fascinated by that degree of of belief and we we live in an increasingly secular society I perhaps at a time. Where more more of us were believers of of mainstream religion You know I think these could be dismissed and I think now there's a fascination of that degree of believing in something and I think what's really interesting interesting about the books that unpick that so the road to Jonestown..

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"lady ruth" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

15:29 min | 1 year ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"You'll never hear other than when they have guest speakers you will never hear the men and by the way they have. The woman's facility called grace home in santee South Carolina. That's actually who told me about Hebron on it was a woman I know is your sister in Christ. <hes> who herself selfs admitted herself years earlier to the Women's program in South Carolina but the the philosophy there is basically if you gotta Hebron colony it is a men's is discipleship ministry with the focus too if there are lost men in that place in which the majority would be <hes> they are preached to Evangelize with the hopes most of them repenting and turning to Christ and if there are Christians in the back slipping state there it's for them to repent and to be restored and there is very little discussion of alcohol or drugs other than when men might be sitting around having a meal and talking to each other. There's a lot of that but there was no. They didn't want people like occurs typical N._A.. A._A. Meeting people standing up and giving their stories of their horror stories stories about life which which happens at every N._A.. Or a meeting they'd thought that those detrimental at very often <hes> very often <hes> glamorizes those kinds of addictions and so on <hes> people kind of want to one up each other on who had the more horrible story now as. I said that they would have guest speakers on occasion do that but I'm talking about. I think it's harmful aw when I say the guest speakers give testimony. It's just like I'm doing right now but to have a constant saturation in dominance of that is what I'm talking about they so they don't be to prevent that. They don't want anybody do that. Yeah I used to. I used work at a very similar sounding place in America's Keswick. I used to dancing. They're similar. They've to two hundred fifty dollars not you don't get it back but that's all they charge but you have a different scripture verse you have to memorize every day a we we'd a whole and that's what everyone's focused on. We had a workbook that had to be complete yet by the end of the <hes> two and a half month length of the of the your time there that you would not you would not graduate with the certificate that you've successfully completed the program without filling out completely the workbook and the thing that was interesting is that there was no one on staff at Hebron that was a five point calvin est other than one sweet lady Ruth Elliott who is still receptionist there but none of the pastors on staff were five point Calvin Ovo or should I say however the ministry itself which began in the the early nineteen hundreds actually the nineteen forties I guess after World War Two or might have even been during World War Two Presbyterian Minister Down South <hes> North Carolina <hes> was seeing the high rate of G. is returning home that were alcoholics and it became such a burden to him that he <hes>. Ah providential at the same time that he was witnessing this <hes> he was passed during a Presbyterian Church that was in the southern Presbyterian denomination which had apostatized the ties become more and more liberal is even back in the early nineteen hundreds.

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"lady ruth" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

15:29 min | 1 year ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"You'll never hear other than when they have guest speakers you will never hear the men and by the way they have. The woman's facility called grace home in santee South Carolina. That's actually who told me about Hebron on it was a woman I know is your sister in Christ. <hes> who herself selfs admitted herself years earlier to the Women's program in South Carolina but the the philosophy there is basically if you gotta Hebron colony it is a men's is discipleship ministry with the focus too if there are lost men in that place in which the majority would be <hes> they are preached to evangelize with the hopes most of them repenting and turning to Christ and if there are Christians in the back slipping state there it's for them to repent and to be restored and there is very little discussion of alcohol or drugs other than when men might be sitting around having a meal and talking to each other. There's a lot of that but there was no. They didn't want people like occurs typical N._A.. A._A. Meeting people standing up and giving their stories of their horror stories stories about life which which happens at every N._A.. Or a meeting they'd thought that those detrimental at very often <hes> very often <hes> glamorizes those kinds of addictions and so on <hes> people kind of want to one up each other on who had the more horrible story now as. I said that they would have guest speakers on occasion do that but I'm talking about. I think it's harmful aw when I say the guest speakers give testimony. It's just like I'm doing right now but to have a constant saturation in dominance of that is what I'm talking about they so they don't be to prevent that. They don't want anybody do that. Yeah I used to. I used work at a very similar sounding place in America's Keswick. I used to dancing. They're similar. They've to two hundred fifty dollars not you don't get it back but that's all they charge but you have a different scripture verse you have to memorize every day a we we'd a whole and that's what everyone's focused on. We had a workbook that had to be complete yet by the end of the <hes> two and a half month length of the of the your time there that you would not you would not graduate with the certificate that you've successfully completed the program without filling out completely the workbook and the thing that was interesting is that there was no one on staff at Hebron that was a five point calvin est other than one sweet lady Ruth Elliott who is still receptionist there but none of the pastors on staff were five point Calvin Ovo or should I say however the ministry itself which began in the the early nineteen hundreds actually the nineteen forties I guess after World War Two or might have even been during World War Two Presbyterian Minister Down South <hes> North Carolina <hes> was seeing the high rate of G. is returning home that were alcoholics and it became such a burden to him that he <hes>. Ah providential at the same time that he was witnessing this <hes> he was passed during a Presbyterian Church that was in the southern Presbyterian denomination which had apostatized the ties become more and more liberal is even back in the early nineteen hundreds.

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"lady ruth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Central straits will bring poor driving conditions. You're going to have to reduce your speed visibility is going to be an issue and hydroplaning when traveling at highway speeds, and as we all to weld. Oh, yes, hydroplaning can impact even the big trucks. Maybe not as maybe not as common as an automobile. But yes, it does happen right about twelve past the hour. Travelers weather service of our friends at travelcenters of America ta petro stopping centers around the country where full service means at your service. It back to the acute hearing centers dot com hotline morning, shadow wolf. Man redneck had track. It up our hours laughing so hard. Oh my gosh. I had I was I'm gonna grow daisies face. I was watering my face water. As killing me. I love him eighty so awesome. Buddy. Hey, buddy. Hey, buddy. Anyway. So you're having trouble your ACT before you hang up on me. I wanna I wanna talk about teaching President Trump. Yeah. You heard me say if peaching how anyway. Have problem with your AC? Dial seven seven seven seven nine seven nine. Our heating and air. Ask for ROY Houser will. I've got a guy shadow wolf he was he was out there working. Oh, okay. For eighty nine dollars. He's done already spent several hundred but it's he put a hole he put a whole bunch of freon in. And it's it's not equalizing. There's there's something preventing the freon from flowing. It's not of a. There's something something in there that he's looking. Hope was that we weren't going to have to to cut into it and evacuate all the free on. And then put it back. That they can draw out what it back here. They don't evacuate. No, they'll stick a machine to it. But yeah. Like you said he activated. They'll suck it out. Right. Use it. I go to a lot of time and effort though in that means money. Yeah. Likely you've got that little small filter that inside that line, and that's filter that keeps fault from the like plugged up. Just pulled replace it's a little bit Suri type filter. It's screen, and they know where it is. They'll be full at out. They'll cut the line, do whatever they need to do suck this system out and replaced that that little small filter inside there that will fix the system unless you've got just a couple of sensors or something bad, or whatever shouldn't be that big a deal. But if you've already got a guy, I'll shut my apply. I know ROY he spent a couple hours out there this past evening, they had to pack up, and he's going to make a few phone has got a call the manufacturer tomorrow. And we're trying how many years I've had the eunuch of might still be under warranty. I don't think I've had at that many years, right? Say ROY ROY Houser over at house or eating at Mason Brady nine dollars. Come out look at it. And if you give them my name for only thirty eight years, and he put my whole system in my house. It gave me a sixteen thousand dollar system for under ten Graham, replace everything inside outside Burma, stat a wiring harness dot for and also added a the water vapor is Asian system for the humidifier with that in all that. I mean, I got I got a heck of a deal. I love I love how. How's your heating air base those guys? Anyway. You were talking about the Cam, the gamma Ray purse and the elect Sonics the, yeah, if a gamma Ray burst happens then that's gonna fry every elect sonic hit every computer every every vehicle that does not have a points system. I don't know how many. Many of those left are there. There's a few sitting garages here. Some dodge dodge chargers, maybe a dodge dart three forty with a point system distributor set. There. Waiting to be fired up all the antique cars and the hot rods will run but anything with a modern day computer because of the gamma Ray Burs ours. Are you know, as well, as I do, you know preaching to the choir here, our son is more nuclear power that anything that a human could ever produce. So that's where we get obviously are are he from and. Yeah. One of these days. I mean, that's what that's what causes stab eruptions and cellphones and everything. There's the site constantly puts out gamma rays and solar flares, and it's nothing that we can. Three. Or pretend to avoid. The sun is such an Apollo nuclear device. Thank God, we haven't otherwise the covered in ice mill. But, you know, otherwise, you know, it's one of those things say anything about the earth say, it's not it's not if it's win controllable. It's not it's not it's not if it's win and one one since out of solar nuclear flare does the gamma rays like from a nuclear bomb going off bomb went off in the atmosphere. It fire everything all of our Sychev everything electron, as we know it would just cease to exist. But anyway, long story short. Impeachment of Trump. Okay. You know, I'm all for it. Yeah. You heard me right Stevo, Mr. hitman. There's a catch. There's a catch the catch. Okay. President can look at might pass to say, listen, I would like your resignation. I would like feed resign office. I have someone else. I would like to appoint as vice-president even though you've been elected. I would like eateries. I I have someone else. I'd like to point here position. He says, okay. Mr president. Here's my record education and aching appoint anyone. He would like to. I believe you look this up and believe your law the way it works. I believe I'm stating fact, and I stink corrected. Correct. Me if I'm wrong. I'm not always right? God healthy. I am human. But not most of the time. Anyway. Okay. Impeach trump. Pants becomes president. Pets. Heart president Shaw. Mr trump. Would you like to be vice-president? Yes, sir. I would like to be vice-president. Okay. Mr trump. You are now vice president, and then resumes. I would like to hand you my resignation for presidency of the state. Mr pants. I checked your resignation or presidency the United States resident Donald J Trump becomes president resident John Donald Trump says, Mr.. I believe that you should be vice president of the United States. I think you're I think you probably are the best candidates for that that desertion Mr. hall. I would love to be president United States. You are now pointed vice president of the United whole vicious cycle thing is we we don't have to do any of it. Because he's not gonna get engaged. I mean. Republicans control the how the Senate so I mean, it's all for show and whatnot. And that's that's all agree. Totally agree. Holly agree, and nothing and even Nancy Pelosi that psycho witch from hell who I wish just have a MAC tower. Inari Arctic CAC inside her seven and a half foot wall, thirty three million dollar mansions. She lives in. I just wish she would just upping croak while she back there that would solve a lot of things then, you know, maybe checks humor could die on us. A little scooter accident not wearing a helmet, except he does it. Right. It scooter. You know, maybe a meteorite can hit him into half. That's only happened once in the history of American here was in nineteen o nine and actually the meteorite meteor became a meteorite went into but meteor went through the ladies Ruth gets a table and the table and then hitter in the head, and that's the only time that ever happened. But anyway. Well, short. That's all I got. But hey, did you ever get your parts for your more came today did not not till tomorrow? You must have got the free shipping for. No. It's not it wasn't from Amazon I had to order from the manufacturer. And. UPS UPS will be delivering. You kidding UPS? Your package is going to be mutilated monkey cout, your I gotta get a time out. It's an NHRA update here on H E N any.

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"lady ruth" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

13:09 min | 1 year ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"Can't decide in torn between a romantic comedy action or an indie film to watch for the weekend. Well, we'll well. Golden State media concepts movie podcast is your ultimate guide to the latest movies. Join us is we dissect the latest on the blockbusters, it's the Golden State media concepts movie podcast. Hello. And welcome to the GMC movie podcast. Brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I am your host Heidi. And today, we are going to be talking about some wonderful films about the wonderful lady, MS Ruth baiter Ginsburg, let me to start off by saying do you like strong and sort of short women? I'm not trying to start dating profile. I'm trying to tell you about one of our wonderful. I would say national treasures really at this point. And I am not the only one who views. This lady is super important because I am going to be talking about two movies, not just one but two and also not three but two movies about Ruth Bader Ginsburg because she is worth it. And also because I'm happy one of them is a documentary, which if you have listened to the podcast before. You know, that I'm very fond of documentaries. So, yeah, we're definitely going to include a documentary if I can we will also be talking about the inferiors movie. Bush called on the basis of sex. The documentary is called Rb g and I am very excited to speak about them. I feel inspired. I feel empowered. And I really think that this is a good time to talk about these films. They came out at the right time. I feel like society is ready. And if at least not ready definitely in need a films like this. And really I had a good time learning about Ruth Bader Ginsburg because I didn't know much about her. I knew the pictures. I knew some of the memes I knew that she was notorious, but I got the opportunity to learn more. And kinda see what all the hype was about and the hype delivered. She's an amazing woman. So before I get into these films. I want to share just a few facts about the real notorious Rb G, which if you didn't know that's what they call her. That is what the internet has dubbed her. Of course, you can think this is similar to the nutrients b I g which is where Ruth's fund fan name came from. Of course, it is also our BG because she is Ruth baiter Ginsburg, easy math. So to start off with Ruth Bader Ginsburg is eighty five years old. She is a opera lover she has two children. And also, I did not know this. She has survived fights with cancer twice. Also, recently, it seems she has like fractured a few ribs. And there's also a recent cancer scared surgery. I believe that may have taken her out of office for a bit. And she has actually been out of the office for about I want to say too. Weeks. I or maybe just a week at least win. I am recording. This I believe it has just been a week. So you might be asking what office. Well, she is an associate Justice of the supreme court of the United States, and yes, eighty five years old isn't old age in which to hold office of such importance. Although I do believe the oldest Justice on the supreme court was ninety. So she's got like five years. Also, I do want to share a quote from her which I think is great. She had to be sort of goaded into sane at quote. And this is about. I guess like the dividing times that we are experiencing right now. Her quote is I think there will be a way back. I can't predict little see it in my lifetime. But one of the things that Marty often said about the country that the true symbol of the United States is not the bald eagle? It is the pendulum, and if it goes too far in one direction go it's going to swing back. Now, if you don't know who Marty is then strap in because we about talk about some fun facts about lady Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, so to start I want to talk about the first film, which is our BG. This is a documentary. It is streaming on Hulu. So if you have the Hulu service, you can watch it. It was originally created. I believe for CNN is a great film. It's only like ninety eight minutes, and it's directed by Betsy west and Julie Cohen, they also produced it, so some fabulous women making the film about another fabulous woman who feel like definitely inspired them. And of course, our is related to what she's been dubbed, the notorious RPG, and of course, also her name, and this film is an excellent look into Ruth's life. It starts from the very beginning and goes up until when this was produced and she had an amazing life. So it's not difficult to make a documentary about something that is already interesting. So they definitely find the right subject. A again, I feel like I can't give you too much summary about this. Because like it's about her life. So I will be sharing some points about this film that I really enjoyed and some survey shins just start in the beginning. You see the talk about her childhood and her mother died when Ruth was very young her mother actually passed away on Ruth was just seventeen and she had a relationship that was very close to her mother. But they also spent a lot of time debating and not in like an angry way, it seems. But in a way, where routes mom wanted Ruth to grow up to be strong and sharp and definitely woman who could hold her own, and you see that reflected in who Ruth bid against Berg is now and the woman that she has become and just the politician that she has become I guess, the the Justice that she has become and then after her mother passed she graduated high school, she went to college. And then she also enrolled in. Harvard Law School. She was one of very few women in that class. I think maybe they're only like five at the time that she went. And while she was in Harvard Law School, she had a child who's like two years old. She also made the Harvard law review in her second year and to make the Harvard law review, you have to be like top of your class. She worked extremely hard, especially because during this time, her husband also had cancer. So her beloved husband Marty Martin Ginsburg or mardi they had been married after college. They met an undergraduate and just she had to keep up with her own work at law school plus her husband's worked because he was also going to Harvard law. So just the amount of work that she had to do. And you really see how this hard working attitude and the circumstance shaped her into the woman that she would later become because she really learned how to burn them in nut oil, and they really they do talk about this a lot in the film on a few reviews that I read. People talked about how some points got extremely stressed. And we're brought up a lot by a lot of different people and that wasn't necessarily edited. Like, for instance, the fact that she worked super super hard and would just like only two hours of sleep a night and then sleep all weekend or just basically saying how hard working she was. And while I agree that that is a point that keeps coming up throughout this film. I would not say that should be a negative about this movie. Just because that's the truth about who. She is. And I don't think that should be taken away from our view of Ruth because she is amazing again. I don't know. I'm probably going to keep saying that because I really felt that watching this film. I was so inspired also to continue in this film. You really get to see some adorable glimpses into her life. For example, you see her interacting with her granddaughter? Her granddaughter is a Harvard law graduate, so you really get to see them interact. It's very cute. Also, you get to see. Speeches by her late husband Marty and you hear him talk about their relationship. He was very gregarious. And I really feel like this this documentary and probably even more the next we'll be talking about this on basis of sex. You really see their love story, which is so prominent in this in both films just because their relationship was so amazing. And she talks about that a lot like the greatest. Thing that she did the grossest she ever made with marrying Marty. And it's so adorable. It really is. I'll talk a little bit more about him later on. But you see her relationship with Marty you'll see her workout? She does some like she's pretty intense, and like I'm not talking about workout when she was in Harvard law. I mean workout in current day like she's eighty five years old. And she's doing pushups, I don't even the guy can do pushups. I mean, I haven't tried. But I don't think she I don't think I can. And I'm really impressed like she has a trainer she goes to the gym every day like she is such a determined lady in her work. But then also in just other parts of her life. So very again. So inspired. You also see her ability to really reach across the aisle and become friends with dot just liberals. She's considered a more liberal Justice. But also with conservatives like her associate like her friendship with the late Justice and antone. I'm sorry. I'm gonna say it's wrong and tone. In scalia. And really they disagreed a lot on political philosophy and really so many different points. But despite that, they still grew to be great, friends and have a great life petanque relationship and just a friendship lasted up until Scalia passed away as I mentioned, you see her relationship with Marty just to focus a little bit on this. And I it does come up again in on the basis of sex. But she really had this great love story with mardi mardi was a great tax lawyer himself. He campaigned tirelessly for his wife like when she was going to school in the fifties. And when she was working in the sixties, he really was a pioneer because he loved route so much and saw so much of her potential than this documentary reveals so much of the ways that he helped her and pushed her to become the best version of herself in the version that he knew she could become and just to see his faith in her. Strengthen her and through all that. She did not that she couldn't do any of these things without him. But just that with him. I feel like it amplified her success, and it pushed her onto things that perhaps she wouldn't have for example, mardi campaign tirelessly to get her name on the list of candidates for Bill Clinton. When Clinton was drying up his first year in office like to fill up vacancies in the supreme court bench because Bill Clinton is the president the nominated her. And according to Bill Clinton he remembers just like how amused? He was when he interviewed Ruth, and basically she just like upon the interview immediately at the interviews like this is it I'm she's going in and just to see that she could be charming in that way. But I feel like really that was because Marty got her name on the list not because she didn't deserve to be there. But because she wasn't going to toot her own horn. And so he did it for her. And he was also extremely good areas. So you really see how that helped and she was. Much more reserved which is just really interesting to see in the relationship because not only what she friends with people who are on other political sides. But she also had a great relationship with someone who's personality in some ways in maybe sociability were also different. So that was really sweet to see their relationship. Also he's much taller than her. But she is so small so it is door. Anyway, we're gonna take a quick break. And then we'll be right back and keep talking about some more, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg. Want

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"lady ruth" Discussed on The Dream

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07:14 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on The Dream

"Shoes. Don't get up. Fanfare ship, just go to the campus. For this all night. I'm visiting my grandma Ruth to ask her about her mom's time as an Avon lady. Ruth doesn't really wear makeup or get gussied up for anything other than church. So it's always been funny to me that her mom was so into it. There are two houses on the property, a quarter mile apart along with a couple of Barnes. Both properties are quite modest. The one we're in my grandma, Ruth and grandma Bill who now sits in the living room with dementia watching Bob Ross. They built this house as teenagers when they first started their family, they put the basement and I and lived in it with their growing brood, which would eventually number six kids while they finished up stairs. Can I have your name Luth? Cool. Luth golden Bisky. Thank you. Can you just tell me a little bit about yourself? I know a lot about you because you're my grandma. I live in criminal Michigan. I've been mostly a stay at home wife, although there was a stint when I did some truck driving, and I'm eighty one years old and I enjoy everything. And I love every morning even for Ruth direct sales were a part of daily life for as long as she can remember. And she says it was for one reason, the same one MLM's count on to power their sales. She'd rather buy from people. She knows sure that when you go to the grocery store and you stand and you read about something that you don't see the value that you can be introduced to by a salesperson. But I do know you can introduce yourself to products that do work. But I think that this other way is better because you have someone that educates you. And there are things you miss when you're just reading. It thing is my grandma. Ruth never signed up to sell these things. She she has signed up for the discount people and she's careful and sentimental. And one of the companies that I remember when I was young was the jewel tea company, and I remember that when I was at child when they used to come to my grandmother's house and they were good company. I do have some pieces of hall dish where that came from them that I remember like door to door, kind of sales and Lutely, and the gentleman that I remember selling it became a family friend, and so that made it kind of precious. This was seventy five years ago. All this sitting around with jewel t guy, but I've eaten off those exact plates. And the reason my grandma's still has those plates is because she learned the value of a dollar really early on. I went to work when I was nine years old. The first time I went to work in a neighbor ladies hells. She was crippled up with arthritis. She couldn't calm her own hair in there are many, many things that I did for that lady that she just couldn't do for herself. And though I was very young, I could help her with her needs. I made a quarter, I think an hour for the lady that I worked for. And then from there, I went to work with another lady at another lady's house. And when I was ten years old, I had gotten to the point where I was out picking strawberries in patch from eight in the morning, one hour off from noon and five o'clock in the afternoon. If a head to pick strawberries at day, that's how the day went. So when you're poor like that, you learn to scrape money off the walls and you know what's there if you're looking when I was a child, I didn't think I was suffering, but when you were cardboard in you shoes because you got holes in the bottom two school and your mother's cut off. Now ons for socks. And on Christmas, you have hamburgers, but you're still happy your stomachs full and you're happy. I always told myself that I could do better with my money than some other people could without naming anyone. My parents had a difficult time and I always felt like I could do better with my money. You know, as I got older and she did Ruth and my grandpa scrimped and saved, never spent a dollar. They didn't actually possess. Rumor has it the rich now, but you can't tell looking at them or the house or the yard, Ruth's parents, my great grandma Maxine and her husband Leo did have a difficult time, and I hope my grandma forgives me and her youngest daughter for elaborating here. But this part of the story is crucial and understanding why Avon entered our lives in the first place. Here's Amy talking about my great grandma Maxine sheet when she was really small. She had quite a bit of money, and that's when she would wear the fur coats to school and whatnot. This is a common refrain when anyone in my family speaks of great-grandma Maxine Maxine war for coats. Elementary school. She wore for coats to school. Do you know when she was little? She got to wear fur coats to school if you don't know what to do with that. Information. Neither did I as a little kid should I offer Her Royal Highness more deference? Should I pity her that everyone around her thinks it's so crazy that she had a fur coat. These days, I think, yeah, I owed her both of those, so. Okay, great. Grandma Maxine. Apparently her father was a successful veterinarian who doted on her when she was very little girl, but then he left abandoned the family and a few years later things got worse. She met grandpa, Leo got together when she was fourteen. Yeah. And so he was like twenty one. Yeah. And so he and she had their first baby when she was fifteen, had their second baby when she was sixteen and then had the third baby when she was eighteen and we're done having kids when she was twenty one. And so he they, she literally was a child with children, and she was credibly abused, and they had no money and grandpa Leo spent it all on. Who knows what I have a feeling. You spent most of it on beer and just hanging out with his buddies. So that's the kind of life that Maxine had. Do

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"lady ruth" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Z? Three and a half. Guys. Joe? Congratulations. I'll take a bagel with cream cheese. A career. It was just. Good. He doesn't understand. Why didn't make the Ted? If you betting for gas. Explain to be a long morning. Hey, let's get to come on cavenaugh. Yeah. You said what was the big news? You got a big three. What are you guys? Got a big three. Yes. All right. So professor Ford now says she will testify, but it still has to be negotiated. She won't testify on Monday when she was offered the chance to testify maybe Thursday, and I don't know, I'm sure she's getting death threats. But there's something fishy about this whole well, her protection her safety has to be guaranteed. She's going to testify before the United States Senate. I don't think there's going to be a problem guaranteed her safety. Do you? I mean, don't we have these things men called secret service who can escort her into the building make sure she's okay? This is the big sticking point for the negotiation. I bet well, we'd like more secret service people. So we'd like to delay it for two weeks after the start of the new term of the supreme court you sound like you're doubting her veracity. Do you not believe for sure here is leafing hung up over her safety? The government can't protect her. Of course, they're going to protect us. I want to be in the same room with him. Can you blame her? Oh, come on. Please. She was what is he going to do? She was she claims she was in the same. Borings back some bad. You are allowed to face your accuser in this country. Absolutely. Not a quarter -solutely know, what is going to come a kangaroo court Democrats times op-ed this. Oh, please. We know where you get. You're talking about a quarter law. Let's convict him right now. Let's convict him right now. Boy, you're just going off the deep end. And obviously don't believe her at all because you're Republicans on you, obviously. Because you're democrat. I've never said that I said, let's have a hearing. And let's figure it all out. And why rush because he's going to court for forty or fifty years seven you guys though, she didn't even know the day it happened last. You are two guys. Are you sound like this this clown? Who's this congressman? Ruth, Bader Ginsburg. I thought it was a pretty funny joke. So that was a funny joke played you haven't. Yeah. I do what's this guy's. They've again. I I don't know what has been Norman or something. Yeah. Is that isn't Norman I'll find it. Anyway, he said Ralph normal hilarious joke. Joe I can figure you like this one. Lake George ladies. Ruth Ginsburg came out..

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"lady ruth" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Nine hundred seventy seven WABC. You are listening to Curtis and Cosby, and we are talking about supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh. And the woman the doctor Ford who said that he sexually assaulted. Her decades ago were waiting to see what's going to happen because she's put a list of demands saying that she will testify if these certain demands are met and meantime, Curtis everybody in the country is talking about this. And now a South Carolina Representative Ralph Norman had a little bit of an off color comment. I would say when he brought it up sort of the whole issue of this during a debate. Ladies. Ruth Ginsburg came out. She's robot. Abraham lincoln. Bye. That's the best. He could do. That's the best. You stand up. That's Representative route Norman Republican of South Carolina's fifth congressional district. Let's go to the callers Curtis. Any jersey? Welcome to WABC. Allison. Herbison in read. It's an awesome to be speaking to you. I just want to say, I'm a fifty year old divorced. Mom, mother of two daughters in their just got one entering your twenty another one soon to be entering her late teens, and you know, when I was young going to high school parties going to college parties, you're drinking you're in an atmosphere, especially with athletes. Frat boys girls are wild. The boys are wild at that age. You have a guy by his nuts. He's gonna follow his nuts. You know? And whether what he did was wrong. There's no proof. And honestly, if you're a female, and that happened to you one or two of your friends, you would have told. Well, that's the only thing that bothers me the most well two things I can think of uncomfortable positions in situations that I was in that face it, you know, we've all had been in situations. But I think about what bothers me is that the idea that she claims and again as you're saying, it's just her word at this point. And there isn't any proof beyond her testimony. So far that she says he put his hand on her mouth when she tried to scream like that to me. I get so uncomfortable by that I but but you're right. She if that had happened to me, I would have told her friend. It's almost getting to the point of being made up. So I don't believe her and believe me, I've had my very uncomfortable situation. And even in the uncomfortable situations where you're like, you could get out of it. And yeah for every comfort- comfortable situation nowadays, I could pull out the name. But I would know about the day. I would remember the party. I know what I was wearing and I would've told her friend. I I agree with Allison. I would have told family member Alison there are situations involving women who have made charges against other men in which they couldn't dot the I know across the tea, and they turned out to be correct. So why not just let it play out? I don't know. I know nobody knows he's telling the truth. I'll tell you what the friend who was in the room, March judge won't testify. Now, doesn't that bother? You. Alison, we know what it's gotten so out of control Curtis. Wait, if it didn't happen if it didn't happen. He would be sworn-in judge would say that never happened. She was never in a room with the both of us. I testified to that. He's he's refusing to do that that should bother people. It does. It does bother me. But at the same time, you don't know what he's up against if he's been threatened. What people may threaten him. I mean, come on. Judge people praying. His name. Now. But the fact is is that in his previous writings in high school. He was this guy was talking about hitting women. This guy was talking about. The celebrate Tori nature of uncontrollable help passion. Well, courtesy mapped out faster Beijing classes at Georgetown. Yeah. No. This is the guy in the room. And the other thing too, you guys he also wrote about a character to that's the best part? He wrote about a fictional character. And one of his books, a Bart. Okay. And remember he was friends with Brett Cavanaugh. That's that's like me writing a fictional book about Kurt's sleep. You know, why he went silent? Because now you won't answer any questions. She says that's impossible. I could never have done that. I attended a Catholic high school. I was raised Catholic. We would never behave that way Catholic boys were the worst. Steely the Catholic boys? Trust me, they all were having gone to a Catholic high school similar to Georgetown prep, Brooklyn pref. He couldn't be more hopelessly wall. And if you look at his writing, I know a lot of authors Curtis I've written a couple books myself. I have never written a book about being so wasted. And wrote a book about my pal Clark. You know what I mean fictional character about a Bouzo fictional friend? You know, I mean come on. Let's go get rich who's calling from New Jersey. Welcome the Kurdish and really cash WABC, Richie, rich. Hey, doing Curtis Rita. I say my fake phony Eliah Why's that? Well, let's inside of people like you read or and everybody else in media all give her another week. She has thirty six years did take care of this situation. But. Me. Let me ask you do. You know, anybody who's ever been a victim of sexual assault. No. I actually do I do and a lot of times they never want to come out. We she said she was groped up gala tired of women all this guy growth. He quit my, but he grabbed my breasts giving up break thirty six years later. I don't think so tired of it. Hey, rich. Hey, rich. I'm so sorry that women have been raped and groped. That's really a shame. Well, I'll have the victims apologize. Is that what you want rape victims to apologize to you for asking for it? Is that where we're coming from rich people, right? You're right. You're right. Rachel. She says she was attempted rape bridge. You're saying to me that all that women are asking what generation are you from rich? Rich, would you feel if I turn around and say, you know, what I met Reno on the Cosby show Kurdish shell, and you know, what Schick grab microbiologist. I don't remember what year was. I would ask for your friend. I'd asked for your friend who was Buso Dexter you to testify and come forward, and by the way, rich there is nothing appealing about you that I would actually try to grab at this point after listening to that conversation. Anyway, let's go to Paula who's calling from New Jersey. Welcome to Kurdish and Rita. Cosby WABC? Paulie hype all good morning or good afternoon. And thank you for entertainment afternoon. It sure has been after that call. Go ahead, Paul. Listen. This letter was written that was sent to a congresswoman and sensitive to Senator Feinstein the letter in turn was turned over to federal investigators who in turn is factual stuff that I've been able to get. Yeah. That was turned over the federal investigators. File at fierce background meeting tavern watch. The letter has not been to anybody. But the democratic senators. Larry, I I agree with you. Have you not gotten a copy of the letter CNN reported the contents of the letter to a phone conversation with which was read to them. But only portions were released a couple of things to think about one PJ is named in a letter is the third boy there PK is PJ might as well as. Sworn statements returning saying they have no knowledge of this. All right. Let's just deal with that. They have no knowledge of this party. What would then happen as you further investigate? This have others said there was a party. And in fact, all of those people were at the party. Well, wait, wait, let me think. Well, wait, no answer. That question. Hurt us. I'm trying to get to it. No, no. You're not. You're you're going on. And on. The fact is is that they say there was no such party. They don't even know this girl day will they were not house. They simply said that no knowledge of this incident. Doesn't mean be okay. So I'm asking you. If all of a sudden, others come forward and say there wasn't incident and judge. And Cavanaugh was there. And she was there that blows a hole into what they're saying Curtis. Person and that is a female has been identified. Okay. So now, you're even giving more reason why this needs to be fully invested. Okay. Coming out piece by piece. Office or the other senator's office and. When you go constituency. To find out. What's going on? Was something sensitive. Paul by the way, shame on Dianne Feinstein because she did have that letter. First of all, I agree. It should be released for all of us to say. And she also should have asked Brad Kavanagh because if you look at the sequence of events breath Cavanaugh was interviewed and spoken to by Feinstein. She had the letter why not ask her. There's a. Yeah. I yeah. I I agree with you. I'm with you, Paul. I'm with ya. She missed. Surpassed, quote, unquote. So again, the bottom line here is with all these different parties that have stated to have not known of any party not have been at a location, but others may emerge to say. Yes, there was why wouldn't we want to follow this to the end? Yeah. Or at least give it a week or two just so it's at least they can say, again, we can end up finding out that this woman turns out to be like, Geraldo Rivera who hyped us up a memo when he said he was gonna open up Al Capone safe, and you gonna find millions of dollars hidden gold bullion, and all you found was an empty wine bottle there in an old hotel in Chicago. Well, and if it is a false accusation, you want at least Brad Kavanagh in fairness to him. You want him to be supreme court Justice. And then everyone's goes, oh, that's the guy who did blank and blank. I don't think it's fair to him to have that cloud. 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"lady ruth" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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"lady ruth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"lady ruth" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Ooh. W. o. r. thinks it's listener sponsors and broom street theatre presenting the vapors July twentieth through. August eleventh at eleven nineteen Williamson street. Lady Ruth seventy runs a sanitarium for young ladies suffering from, hysteria but she has not what she seems to be cursed to be an immortal. Suck Yabus she must feed on humans to remain. Alive the vapors contains graphic violence nudity and adult content and is not appropriate for. Children more information is available at BEST online dot. Org The two thousand eighteen disability pride. Festival is on. Saturday July twenty eighth from noon to five pm at, the tiny. Per shelter the disability pride festival celebrates the lives and civil. Rights of all people with disabilities through art and performance the festival shares the stories and experiences of participants to help end stereotypes and increase awareness performers at this year's festival include waltzing on waves DJ Drina. DJ's annual Kaplan and Tani's you gotta. And the afro funk stars more information about the event is, at disability pride Madison dot ORG the two thousand eighteen disability pride festival is on. Saturday July twenty eighth from noon to five pm. At the Tenny park shelter you are listening to w. o. RT eighty nine point. Nine FM medicine and w RT FM dot org Purtzer and keeping women in mind, her turn. Raising the next generation of powerful feminists her turn covering the. Stories important to you tune into w. ORT every Sunday at eleven AM or any time at all I'm. W. o. r. FM dot ORG to hear news from women her turn women's.

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"lady ruth" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on 710 WOR

"On the, horn from, the Oval, Office, is the president of the United States good morning to you sir good morning Lennon Michael you know frankly I, don't know why I wouldn't wanna talk. To you see double. Negative huge difference in the meaning of sentences and I speak the most tremendous sentences I think you'll agree I really do do, and and double, negatives are not Mr President will it gets the. News about you and putting the. Minute but you know it's been a while since we've had you on I. Know, you've been. Very busy so we wanted to recap a couple of? Things starting with, your supreme court nominee, Brad Kavanagh was that a difficult. Decision to select, the right person very tough Flynn really. Just I mean we had lots of tremendous candidates matter of fact the last time. I had a choice, this stuff added Jews between clay aching and I send you all and celebrity it, you talk about death The president. I know for, sure though that you were going to. Go with cavenaugh well initially I thought it was going to go with the woman. Judge the judges is Barrett she's a pretty. Lady Ruth Bader Ginsburg Ruth looks like. One of those house elps remarry fodder regardless I. Didn't go with the check because cabinet This Gavin totally beater in this whimsy Little known fact. Brad Kavanagh has an amazing bears lakes Didn't go with the chick it on now last week this. Time, you're in. Great Britain talking about visiting the que- yes. Great Britain I sat down with grandma Brought push me around drink the. Nobody's, gonna make. Me drink diet coke instead Frankly the only reason I agreed to take the. Trip. Over there was so I could? Get in some. Gulf at my caution scarlet have you. Guys, been disguised. Land I. Love it there's no place like it on. Earth. Oh it's spectacular so unique you guys have, to come golf. With me good if you hit your. Ball into the, water has it there the Latin players at right back It's called. Trump International. Golf course I came up with the name. Very. Classy now it's right next to the Trump, Haggas casino resort hotel the beautiful countryside of abbey Abba Abba debit is Scotland guys I will tell. You they're so good there's some of the, most, amazing, alcoholic athletes About that Past Monday, of course was your one on one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. In Helsinki so tell us. The truth how'd? That. Go beautiful it was a. Beautiful meeting it. Went great, you know we accomplished. A lot and in, all fairness Blad he's my non. Collusion BSS he really Yeah. But a lot of people were complaining that there weren't, enough other, people in the room with you guys just the interpreters I mean no. One was there to take. Any kind of? An. Official record okay look everyone. Needs to calm. Down ok, Anderson Cooper was so. Worked up about this, I thought his hair was gonna. Turn clear Meeting. Meeting we, had a tremendous meeting it lasted just over two hours we talked. About. Nuclear, weapons in Syria for like. What fifteen minutes we use the rest of the. Time to watch the brand new mission impossible Glad. He got a bootleg copy from this guy was kind of blurry and, shake Guys actually no longer with us now today's What do you make of? All the negative reactions you're meeting. With Putin, I really shouldn't be surprised guys I mean I could save. A guy from a, burning building an MSNBC's Reggie mata-. Would say, I'm, taking away jobs from. Vitamin, okay She's a real piece of. Work isn't she met looks like every starting pitcher in the Little? League? World. Series, really does well the mainstream media has, been pretty tough on you. Sir yes but you will notice, the, general public the general public was fine with it define you think watching? Low ratings CNN you think they're. Doing that, hell no besides I don't know if you guys noticed but. We'll split your candidate, looks like a recently divorced mall. Santa Last question is the president's looking more and?.

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"lady ruth" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And now on the horn from the Oval Office is the president of the United. States good morning to, you. Sir good morning linen might, go you, know, frankly I don't know why I wouldn't wanna talk to you, see double, negative make the difference in the meaning of sentences and I speak to most tremendous. Sentences I think you'll. Agree I really do and double negatives are not Mr President will gets the news about you and putting in a, minute but you, know it's been awhile since we've had you. On I know you've been very, busy so we wanted to recap a couple of things starting with your supreme. Court, nominee Brad. Kavanagh was that a difficult decision to select the right? Person very tough, Flynn really. Tough I, mean we had lots of tremendous. Candidates matter of fact the last time I had a choice. This Stuff added Jews between. Clay Aitken and, I send you all and celebrity about death The president. Went, I know for sure though that you were going to go. With. Cabin on well initially I thought it was going to go with the woman judge the judges is Kony barrett Pretty lady Ruth beta Ginsburg Ruth looks like one of those, house. Elves for Mary Friday regardless I didn't go with the, chick because cabinet This. Cavanaugh totally beat her in the swimsuit Jeff Yeah little, known fact Brad Kavanagh has an amazing bears, lakes believe me didn't go off now last week this time you're. In, Great Britain. Talking about chicks visiting the. Que- yes Great Britain I sat down with grandma Brought push me? Around drink nobody's. Gonna make me drink diet coke instead. Frankly, the only reason. I agreed to take the trip over, there was so I could get in some, Gulf that Mike and Scarlett have you been to Scotland I love. It, there's no. Place like it on earth It's spectacular so unique you guys have to come with me because. If you hit your ball? Into the water. Hazard there the lightness minds at right It's called the Trump, International, golf, course I came up. With the. Name very classy now it's right next to the Trump is casino resort hotel the beautiful countryside of, Abba Abba Abba debit is Scotland guys I will tell you they're so. Good there's some of the, most, amazing, alcoholic athletes This. Past Monday of course was. Your one on? One. Meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki so. Tell us the truth how'd that go beautiful, it was a beautiful meeting. That it went great we. Accomplished a lot and in all fairness. Glad he's my non collusion BSS he really Yeah. But a lot of people were complaining that there weren't enough, other people, in the room with you guys just the interpreters I mean no one. Was there to take any. Kind of an? Official. Record okay look everyone needs to calm down ok. Anderson Gupta was so worked up about this, I thought his hair was gonna. Turn clear Meeting meeting we had a tremendous meeting it lasted just over two hours we. Talked about nuclear. Weapons in, Syria for like what fifteen minutes we use the rest of the. Time. To, watch the brand new mission. Impossible movies glad he got a bootleg copy from. This guy was kind of blurry and shake Guys actually no longer with us now So what do you make of all? The negative, reactions you're meeting with Putin you. Know I, really shouldn't be surprised guys I mean I could save a guy from a burning, building an MSNBC's wretch Maddow would. Say I'm, taking, away jobs from vitamin. Okay She's a. Real piece, of work isn't she met looks like every starting pitcher in? The? Little. League, World series really does well the mainstream, media has been pretty tough on you sir yes but you, will. Notice the general public the general public was fine with it define you you? Think watching, low rating CNN you think they're. Doing that, hell no besides I don't know if you guys noticed but we'll split you can't, looks like a recently divorced mall. Santa Last question is the president's looking more?.

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"lady ruth" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"The articles of confederation lists originally just wanted to modify the articles of confederation it was a trick the constitution was basically a trick yes that's why patrick henry didn't show up and when asked he said i smell a rat well yeah we could i mean we could talk forty seven directions but the the point is is that the federalist society to me is just a whole bunch of of big money and and con artists that are very similar to you know i they're they're the exact opposite but you're attacking the person here can you tech the notion i mean if the federalist society is about original interpretation of the constitution is that a problem for you well wait say that again is original interpret an originalist view of the constitution is that your your fundamental problem oh okay because the federalist society doesn't believe in the constitution they're just basic corporate staters and you're just saying that what they say they believe is a lie and they're just saying that they believe in the original interpretation of the constitution yeah i think you know it's like trump lies fifty times a day politician lies well i think trump is probably outpaces most of them but i guess i'm not surprised you got the best lies so yoj so i guess my thought on this is that if you don't think at originalist interpretation of the constitution is a problem do you think that judges like soda and gingrich what what is what the the old lady ruth bader ginsburg gingrich yeah ginsburg are originalists you know you gotta look at it case by case i mean and that's really what the supreme court is suppose you think celia wasn't originalist scalia was gay go johnny back right started the term originalist i mean there wasn't really an originalist the term wasn't used before scalia so he gets to be it regardless of whether you agree with this interpretation or not i don't agree with him on some social issues specifically surrounding abortion but ultimately to me the constitution means what it says and i would go even further than scalia i think that the federal government can't take on issues that don't have to do with post roads weights and measures currency army or the navy or any other stuff are trade between states the navy yep you're cutting your own throat when you start talking that way because if somebody is upstream you know poisoning the river in that river runs into another state and you say that you can't stop pollution across state lines pasta that's an interesting issue though right i mean well then how do you how does a county to if you go to seventeen seventy six logic they didn't want colony economics the the original colony problem was that the king was demanding that we pay everything in gold he would only buy things from russian paper right that was a big problem it starved us the holders listen to i'm a big fan of ralph nader so if you listen to ralph nader on the thirteen colonies and he's given a number of speeches you can see him online he describes the thirteen colonies as thirteen corporations chartered by the king would have been completely inaccurate and i i mean then they turned into states after that david appreciate spend a little time with me on this things too much i can't kick i hold you over not another one the number eight five five four five zero three seven three three that's eight hundred fifty five four fifty three here on free talk live username.

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"lady ruth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lady ruth" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Great let's go i watched the same thing you've we did we grew up in that era let's go to frank in st louis first time caller high frank go ahead i when talk to you for a minute it is very important to know where we stand in this world and uh who put us here and what we're here for to worship the lord for the most part and i heard you guys talking about the possibility of a creator well i heard him talk to me one time i'm blind and so everything to me the challenge to overcome the sign this and everything walking around with no change as usual for new pretty much born blind dr off my why do the writing of the tire plants but anyway i wanted to say that uh there was a vote even our turning shy about seven years ago smoothies sick she dire than our territory uh fifteen minutes whereas they paid for heard compound it was fake and she raises up from the grave sure writer who does we're ami rammai and she said that her daughter i'm matter you kind of like an old lady ruth come to lose and that he's uh he's with us and cheese brighton and draft something minders that she loves their word and i just wanted to tell them let me ask you saw was in the church yeah and then they were burying her and she was she she rose now no fair who i am down grew i met him in the church we adeyemo marker okay why terry quinn and but now her brad at the hoon all right and then she came back and then keep going back and she got her a harvard faculty from he didn't have no brain damage they were inadequate hoon guy well that's a that's a classic near death story that's for sure as so much out there bob.

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