Talk Jam Podcast

Covid-19 Lockdown & Bob Dylan's Murder Most Foul Lyrics Discussion

April 09, 2020 Kelly Fitzgerald Fowler and Susan Sloate Season 1 Episode 18
Talk Jam Podcast
Covid-19 Lockdown & Bob Dylan's Murder Most Foul Lyrics Discussion
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Talk Jam Podcast
Covid-19 Lockdown & Bob Dylan's Murder Most Foul Lyrics Discussion
Apr 09, 2020 Season 1 Episode 18
Kelly Fitzgerald Fowler and Susan Sloate

Episode 18 is sponsored by OVER MY DEAD BODY by Kelly Fitzgerald Fowler, a great read for Holy Week as we prepare for the celebration of Good Friday and Easter Sunday.  You can purchase it here: https://www.amazon.com/Over-My-Dead-Body-Supernatural/dp/1947303333?tag=smarturl-20

Episode 18 has two jams:


Jam 1--LOCKDOWN--How people are coping with being inside (often in beautiful weather!) and adjusting their lives to a different rhythm. Kelly and Susan discuss interesting and funny lockdown diversions, how Noah was actually locked down himself in the Ark for a year, showing faith in God, how Kelly is using the time to take an online writing class in Biblical fiction, how Susan is using Masterclass to learn more about cooking, and why cooking meat is one of her last great fears, and how homeschooling is changing. Teenagers are even talking to older people when they see you outside! It's an amazing time!


Here's the link to a great family singalong of "One Day More" from LES MISERABLES; enjoy!!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZafX_U5aqs

Jam 2--MURDER MOST FOUL--Kelly initiates a conversation about Bob Dylan's just-released song "Murder Most Foul", about the JFK assassination, and how the interesting and complex lyrics give us clues about his own feelings on the subject. This leads to an off-topic conversation about the Lincoln assassination, Susan's segment about Lincoln on CANDID CAMERA when she was a child, her encounter with Allen Funt years later in Hollywood, the Tavistock Institute in the United Kingdom and how it's trying to socially engineer an entirely different society, and Susan's discussion about Malcolm Wallace, an aide to LBJ, whose fingerprints were found on the 6th floor of the Texas Schoolbook Depository on November 22, 1963, along with mention of the FBI informant who kept Kennedy from being shot two weeks earlier in a motorcade in Chicago. Who was the informant? You don't want to miss finding out!

Here's the link to Susan's biography of Abraham Lincoln on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Abraham-Lincoln-Freedom-President-Great-ebook/dp/B004GUT1NC/

Show Notes

Episode 18 is sponsored by OVER MY DEAD BODY by Kelly Fitzgerald Fowler, a great read for Holy Week as we prepare for the celebration of Good Friday and Easter Sunday.  You can purchase it here: https://www.amazon.com/Over-My-Dead-Body-Supernatural/dp/1947303333?tag=smarturl-20

Episode 18 has two jams:


Jam 1--LOCKDOWN--How people are coping with being inside (often in beautiful weather!) and adjusting their lives to a different rhythm. Kelly and Susan discuss interesting and funny lockdown diversions, how Noah was actually locked down himself in the Ark for a year, showing faith in God, how Kelly is using the time to take an online writing class in Biblical fiction, how Susan is using Masterclass to learn more about cooking, and why cooking meat is one of her last great fears, and how homeschooling is changing. Teenagers are even talking to older people when they see you outside! It's an amazing time!


Here's the link to a great family singalong of "One Day More" from LES MISERABLES; enjoy!!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZafX_U5aqs

Jam 2--MURDER MOST FOUL--Kelly initiates a conversation about Bob Dylan's just-released song "Murder Most Foul", about the JFK assassination, and how the interesting and complex lyrics give us clues about his own feelings on the subject. This leads to an off-topic conversation about the Lincoln assassination, Susan's segment about Lincoln on CANDID CAMERA when she was a child, her encounter with Allen Funt years later in Hollywood, the Tavistock Institute in the United Kingdom and how it's trying to socially engineer an entirely different society, and Susan's discussion about Malcolm Wallace, an aide to LBJ, whose fingerprints were found on the 6th floor of the Texas Schoolbook Depository on November 22, 1963, along with mention of the FBI informant who kept Kennedy from being shot two weeks earlier in a motorcade in Chicago. Who was the informant? You don't want to miss finding out!

Here's the link to Susan's biography of Abraham Lincoln on Amazon:
https://www.amazon.com/Abraham-Lincoln-Freedom-President-Great-ebook/dp/B004GUT1NC/