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"56 years" Discussed on WTOP
"Died. 56 year Steve old Harwell passed away this morning after going into hospice care. This weekend, he'd been suffering from liver failure and heart disease. The New York Times reports he died at his home in Boise, Idaho. Smash Mouth started in 1994. Harwell retired from two years ago. Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Maximus, moving people and innovation forward. Now look at the sports page who's Frank Hanran? It is game week for the commanders as they now get ready for their opener against Arizona Sunday at 1 o 'clock from FedEx Field. Brand new ownership, brand new quarterback. Let's see how the commanders respond favored by seven against the visiting Cardinals who have yet to name their starting quarterback. They've got a first year head coach in Jonathan Gannon who said he will not name a week one starter because he wants to maintain a competitive advantage. It will be either Josh Dobbs or rookie Clayton Toon against the commanders. Thursday Night Football is fast approaching. Defending champion Kansas City will take on Detroit up in New York City at the U .S. Open. Top seed Carlos Alcaraz rolls into the quarter. Straight set win. Madison Keys upsets third seeded Jessica Bagula 6 1 6 3. Nationals will welcome the Dodgers for a series on later this week. Dodger star pitcher Julio Urias arrested on felony domestic violence charges. He had already been suspended several years ago for suspicion of domestic battery. Dodgers say for now he's not going to be with the team. He is investigating the case. Nationals back to work on Tuesday night as they get the Mets. Right now the Nats looking up the from bottom of the NL East. They've lost five in a row. Frank Hanrahan WTOP Sports. Frank
"56 years" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Eager self starter radio sales might be your next big step. Take the lead developing winning advertising strategies that connect your clients with success including training, tools and support from Seattle's top radio team. Apply today at lotuscorp dot com slash careers. That's lotuscorp dot com slash careers. Lotus Seattle Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Newsradio 1000 FM 97 7 your information New charges and a third defendant have been added to the indictment against former President Donald Trump over his handling of classified documents after leaving the White House. ABC's Stephen Portnoy explains This this is a superseding indictment that has just been filed by special counsel Jack Smith in Florida in the pending case involving classified documents at Mar -a -Lago. The superseding indictment adds a defendant and it adds additional charges. The crux of tonight's allegation is that Donald Trump sought to delete security footage from Mar -a -Lago. Video that showed his body man, Walt Nada, moving boxes allegedly at Trump's direction. Now you remember it was just six, seven weeks ago, early June, that the grand jury in South Florida delivered that 37 count federal indictment against the former president alleging that Trump directed the movement of boxes around Mar -a -Lago so that they could be kept from his own attorney, so that that lawyer could falsely certify that there were no classified documents after they were subpoenaed by prosecutors. Tonight, the third defendant added to the case, his name is Carlos de Oliveira, 56 years old, reportedly the top maintenance man at Mar -a -Lago. Now in the original indictment offered by the grand jury last month, he was not named. was a There reference to a Trump employee, too, who worked with Walt Nauta to move the boxes around Mar -a -Lago. Within superseding this indictment, employee number two is named as Carlos de Oliveira, and it also alleges that Donald Trump spoke with de Oliveira, that de Oliveira called the top IT man at Mar -a Lago and asked about the security camera footage. And the grand jury indictment released tonight alleges that this is part of a broader conspiracy to obstruct justice and the evidence that is apparently in the hands of prosecutors, as we read this indictment, indicates that they are ready to paint an even bigger picture of a conspiracy obstruct to justice in the classified documents case. That's ABC's Steven Portnoy. Former Manhattan prosecutor Michael Blockner sees a strategy from the special prosecutor in this move. Seems pretty clear that Mr. Smith is everything doing he can to buttress and strengthen the already existing indictment. It seems to virtue me by of the fact that Mr. D 'Oliveira was referenced as just an employee in the underlying indictment, I would guess that they were trying to flip the guy. They were trying to get him to cooperate, and they didn't name him in underlying the indictment hoping that he would join Team USA in a cooperation agreement. That's my guess. It seems like that fell through, and what Smith is did he went back into the grand jury, had the grand jury vote a superseding indictment, and now naming Mr. D 'Oliveira along with Mr. Nauda and along with Mr. Trump. So there's going to be an enormous amount of pressure exerted, continuously exerted to try and get some cooperation going on. But that's my guess. But it certainly actresses the case, and it makes it even uglier. You know, this is real efforts to eliminate evidence, get rid of tapes. It's painting an uglier picture. its That's former Manhattan prosecutor Michael Bachner. Stay with Northwest News Radio for the very latest as this story continues to develop. Republican Leader Mitch McConnell is back on Capitol Hill today following questions about his health. ABC's Ann Flaherty has more from Washington. Senator Mitch McConnell arrived on Capitol Hill this morning around his usual time, warmly greeting reporters. But there's still no word on what might have caused today's episode in which the senator froze up at a press conference and appeared disoriented. Sources tell ABC News the 81 year old senator suffered a fall two weeks ago at a DC airport and uses a wheelchair physically. Ann Flaherty, ABC News, Washington. Your stock charts dot com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 7 stocks firmly ended in the red today with a 13 session streak of gains by the Dow Jones industrials coming to an end. chip The blue Dow shed 237 points. The S and P 500 eased 29 and the Nasdaq composite lost 77. Various reports today say Amazon is about to lay off hundreds of workers at fresh its grocery stores. CNBC and the Washington Post say the company is eliminating one of its store level management positions and that hundreds of employees will work their last day on Tuesday. There are 44 fresh grocery stores around the country. The Jonas brothers are coming to Seattle this fall. The trio today announced new dates for the North American leg of their tour and that will include a stop at the climate pledge arena on November 10th. The concert will feature songs from each of the Jonas brothers five studio albums. That's your now. money I'm Jim Chesco, Northwest News Radio. More questions on Capitol Hill about the health of senators aging after Senator Dianne Feinstein appeared to be confused about how to vote today at a hearing. Dianne Feinstein, who's been a U .S. senator for more than 30 years, appeared to be unsure how to vote at a committee hearing today. Instead of responding with the usual aye or nay, the 90 year old California Democrat began delivering prepared remarks before being coaxed by her friend and colleague, Senator Patty Murray. Just say aye. Okay, just aye. Feinstein was out for months this year with health problems. Ann Flaherty, ABC News, Washington. A new study suggests including olive oil in your diet may help aid against dementia. Research presented this week in Boston at the annual meeting of the American Society for Nutrition shows olive oil could reduce risk of dying from dementia by 88%. According to the authors, it's the first time the link has been studied. A co -author says the study reinforces dietary guidelines around olive oil suggesting that it supports both heart health and brain health. Doctors are warning that exposure to extreme heat and air pollution may double your risk of a heart attack. A study published this week in the journal Circulation looked at over 200 ,000 heart attack deaths in a heavily populated province of eastern China. They found there was a significant association with extreme temps and high levels of air pollution. The study suggested that older people and women were at higher risk. A Denver zoo orangutan is enjoying her pregnancy again because of had a specialty tea. Animal care specialist Cindy Casabon said she noticed that Irina was eating less, low having energy and didn't seem like herself. Casabon said she remembered the tea she drank when she was pregnant and asked the veterinary team if this was something they could try. They said yes and when Irina sipped a tea that contained raspberry leaf, spearmint, stinging nettle and fennel fruit, she immediately perked up. One update, Sara Lee Kessler, NBC News Radio. Northwest traffic from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center. A half hour delay heading northbound on in five Everett. 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Florida set to execute 'ninja killer' for 1989 murders
"Ron DeSantis with a man known as the ninja killer set to die today. 56 year old Louis Bernard gaskin is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection tonight at 6 p.m. for the 1989 slaying of a New Jersey couple in their Florida home, for which he confessed. Gaskin was dubbed the ninja killer because he wore all black ninja clothing during the crimes. Governor desantis has been signing death warrants at a rapid pace this year. As he prepares his widely expected presidential campaign,
We're Seeing Similarities to May of 2022
"We are recording this Friday morning. It is 9 30 mountain time. So it's what love and 30 Eastern Time. Bitcoin's price almost broke to $27,000 this morning. It's up around 5% in the 24 hours previously and is up about 30% this week in 56% year to date. That's obviously pretty amazing for everyone's bags. And it's also helping out hash price a little bit. I think we're over 7 sets with hash price. The thing that's interesting to me is transaction count, which or the fullness of the mem pool, if you will, is increasing the drastically we've seen two large increases in the mempool size since the beginning of the year. Once in February, when ordinals started really going, haywire, and then the last week would Bitcoin's price has been going up. Historically, we often see the men pool really fill up with transactions during a bull run when a lot of retail floods into the market and this current fullness of men pull is very similar to May of 2022, which is when we had the contagion in the explosion and Tara Luna. So another time for a lot of transactions on chain. Get a throw it over to you for your thoughts on all that. Filling up the increasing transaction fees good for minors, first of all, good for miners on both fronts, price going up and more transactions. So that's exciting. It seems the mental to me seems to be kind of driven again by ordinals inscriptions. This seems like there's like some deja and competition for the 500,000th inscription. And there's some like pre hefty size transactions and the pool right now, which definitely seemed like very similar to the ones we were seeing. So that's kind of unique and interesting there.
U.S. prosecutors ask for 25 more years in prison for R. Kelly
"Federal prosecutors in Chicago are seeking additional jail time for performer R. Kelly. In a court filing, federal prosecutors in Chicago described R. Kelly's behavior as sadistic and called him a serial sexual predator who poses a danger to society. They are seeking an additional 25 years in prison. For the 56 year old performer, who was convicted on charges surrounding child pornography and the enticement of minors for sex. Kelly's already serving a 30 year sentence in New York. His lawyer is asking for a lighter sentence in the Chicago case. Telling the court that rockstars who are white have gotten away with the same behavior for
Jim Schultz: Running a Close Race for Minnesota AG
"How does your race look I heard it was pretty close Yeah you know we're on track to get it done We're going to have to work hard for two more weeks but the most recent poll from Trafalgar of course a great pollster had us up by 5 points And so we're on track to get it done And it will be the first time when we get it done We got to work hard but we're on track to do it It'll be the first time in 56 years that a Republican has won the attorney general's race in Minnesota Well why should the people have been well let's do it this way What are the great differences between you and Ellison Well it's hard to know where to start but it starts with his reckless approach to the violent crime I mean this is a man who is all in on the defund the police movement And a guy who backed the funding Minnesota's largest police force in Minneapolis police force during a period in which we're living through the greatest increase in violent crime in decades This is a reckless and extreme as they come And we've got to get back to basics actually prosecuting violent crime in our state And I'm proud to say I'm endorsed by probably more men and women in law enforcement Across our state than any candidate for any office and the state of Minnesota's history Because people are just fed up here We're living through just last year in Minneapolis alone there were 750 carjackings in our cities in our city And people are people people want change People want to be safe in their homes They want to be safe on the streets and right now people don't have it
Who Is 'First Casualty' Author Toby Harnden?
"Before we get into these amazing stories, Mike span, David Tyson, John walker lind, who is Toby Honda. Tell us about what you did in the British armed forces and your life as a journalist before you became an author. Yes, well, you know, we share a somewhat similar accent as listeners and viewers will detect. You still got yours. Our minds kind of rubbing off a little bit, but I don't know. I'm worried. I'm worried about mind getting a little bit Americanized. But I trust yeah, you're a bit soggy in the middle of the Atlantic somewhere. Yeah, I mean the ace. So yeah, I'm 56 years old, I was born in 66. My father was in the navy. We moved around, we sort of ended up in Manchester, industrial city in the northwest. You don't have a mancunian accent. I think the Royal Navy actually did for the mancunian accent, which was pretty skin deep anyway. But you know, I sort of, you know, I wanted to follow in my father's footstep, I guess there's so many sort of young men do. And I also wanted to get out of Manchester and see the world and it just seemed like a very kind of insular sort of small sort of place. And so all that teenage angst was just channeled towards working hard to get out. And so I got a sponsorship from the I joined the navy at 18. Went to Dartmouth, which is the Britannia royal naval college, kind of the equivalent of the U.S. naval academy at Annapolis, but not really because it's more basic officers training. It's like santas is shorter. Yeah, that's right. I mean, I was there for less than a year. And I threw the navy I got a sponsorship to Oxford to study modern history, so I went off whilst serving naval officer, although I barely wore the uniform for those years apart from a few months sailing around sort of Hong Kong and the far east and Australia. So I had some good times. Yes, exactly. So I was serving naval officer for three years at college and then graduated from college and was pitched in to a career. Which I enjoyed immensely, but you know, it was after the Falklands War, which was 1982, I was joining and supplying to join just sort of join the Falklands actually, age 16. But I missed that. I was stationed in Scotland for the Gulf War, tried very hard to get involved. They managed to that's a long way away from Iraq. I know. They managed to win it without meeting my services. And I remember my boss at the time said, listen to, we don't worry about it. There's going to be plenty of time for medals. And I remember thinking, no, there won't. And of course I left after ten years of service without a single
Post Millennial: Rabbi Who Spent 5 Minutes Inside Capitol on Jan. 6 Setenced to Confinement and Probation
"And so at post millennial went another great sight Just another example of what's been taking place here The headline is rabbi who spent 5 minutes inside capital on January 6th sentenced to confinement and probation Last Thursday 56 year old rabbi Michael steppe was sent to two months of home confinement in 60 hours of community service As the terms of a yearlong probation over his involvement in last year's capitol riot they write The rabbis legal counsel had requested that he received a $50 fine Instead the defendant faces a fine of $742 with an additional $500 restitution as well as what I already said 60 hours excuse me 60 days of home confinement and 60 hours of community service
Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’
"And Chris Rock on Sunday said he had been diagnosed with Covid 19 and sent a message to anyone still on the fence to get vaccinated the 56 year old committee and wrote on Twitter Guys, I just found out I have covid trust me. You don't want this Skip vaccinated. Rock has previously said he was back. Nated with the Johnson and Johnson
Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’
"And Chris Rock on Sunday said he had been diagnosed with Covid 19 and sent a message to anyone still on the fence to get vaccinated the 56 year old committee and wrote on Twitter Guys, I just found out I have covid trust me. You don't want this Skip vaccinated. Rock has previously said he was back. Nated with the Johnson and Johnson
"56 years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Of at the job fair. If being the captain of the robotics team means just as much on a college application is being captain of the football team, And if knowing the quadratic formula is every bit as important is knowing the right people. Well, the fact is, the jobs of the future will be heavily geared towards science, technology, engineering and math. In other words, the future is stamen. More opportunities. Better pay and the road to these great jobs starts as early as middle school. So if you're a student talk to your school counselor about stem if you're a parent, talk to your kids, because the job you'll get in the future may very well depend on what you do today. Public service message from America's Navy. Checkout experience. Tampa Bay in 10 minutes or less. This month, Keith takes us on a horseback ride on the beach. What a great way to have some fun and de stress and make some new friends and we literally rode off into the sunset and Kaylie and I thought we'd try a little cool adventure and I was talking to us. And what has it been 56 years since Britain horses and she looks at me and says no, dad like 10, do you things you love living the moment experienced Tampa Bay and you can do it in 10 minutes or less. Find us at B pod studios dot com. Or wherever you listen to podcasts fitness at our website, not completing high school is more of a social thing that it was an academic thing. Even all these years have passed. I still had that longing to have my diploma at age 30 Teresa finished her high school diploma. If you're even considering getting your high school diploma, you can do it. No one gets a diploma alone. If you're thinking of finishing your high school diploma, you have help find free adult education classes.
"56 years" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"With. We want to Houston to see him literally like right for the pandemic hit. And, uh, He has seen. So many concerts and he's like, uh, 65. Maybe And He's a mentor and friend, and, uh, Kind of one of these elder statesman, friends of mine. You got to find good people like that that are 15 20 years old in Europe to pour India and he's a wonderful person anyway. Um He's been a deadhead. For like years. There's no way I would authority was And he went with me. Him and his wife with my wife and I to the Stones concert in Houston, the ones before the pandemic. This current tour, they're kicking back off again without Charlie. Unfortunately. And he, uh, he's seen All sorts of tremendous concerts over the years, And he said that he has never that was the best show has ever been to And the first time you saw the stones. And so that's It's always going to see it again. See him again with me and this time instead of his wife, he's going to bring his son. And kind of the same thing. I'm bringing my son to My daughter could care less. I'm like What is wrong with you, girl? Actually about it. Okay, So I kind of was telling you that I'll say it again. By the way, the breaking news we Uh, we hit. Uh, supposedly had Isis K in, um In a territory this would be in The Nan Nan anger Nangahar Province, which is that borders Pakistan. And that's because the icy helps and funds and trains the Taliban. And lets them come in and out, and Isis K is the Taliban. Isis is the Taliban. Taliban is Isis, along with Al Qaeda, which we went into in depth last hour. He over the horizon capabilities. We've sent a drone. Yes, you did. We will not have over the horizon capabilities in a few days after we leave and the CIA, I can guarantee you Knew about that camp that area that you bombed, and we could have bombed it three weeks ago. So I called total Bs. And you, you free thousands of Isis. If you Weeks ago. So get out of here. But anyways, that's just some breaking news will follow that throughout the night. Um But as you as you know, I'm always pro law enforcement. And so I'm gonna I'm gonna caveat this. This this officer, the Capitol police officer. Is incompetent is an idiot. He's an incompetent idiot, because He literally and this is not in any of the coverage that I have in front of me. Not in the daily mail, not in media. It's not in Wall Street Journal. He literally left his service weapon. His duty weapon. Which does not have. I think it's a Glock me has no trigger lock. It has no safety. He left his loaded 40 caliber. Duty weapon in the men's washroom. Never came back to claim it. And Obviously got caught. Figure out who the moron was that was in the bathroom and left in the men's room in the Capitol and left his freaking weapon and help kill people. That's the incompetence of this guy. And like somebody who's been licensed security and you know now, you know, look, now we don't have to have a license. But as somebody who's had a weapon on his person for 56 years now I've never done that. Because I'm not freaking moron. So that's what we're dealing with here. But it was still a clean shoot. It was still a clean shoot. And every time a cop shoot somebody, Capitol police or local police, etcetera or state trooper every time a cup shoot somebody Black lives matter and the Liberal Democrats. Democrats demand to know that cop's name They want to fire them. They want to hang them up. Racist..
Robby Steinhardt, Violinist and Co-Lead Vocalist of Kansas, Dead at 71
"Guess this is this is partly personal. But I have a feeling that I'm not the only one who is interested in this story. So I'll share it with my fellow fans of rock music. And especially back when I was really, you know, getting into it back in the seventies. And I've been I've been a radio listener as a kid from Cali. I can't remember 56 years old, uh, listen to a lot of great music of big fan of top 40 radio back in the late sixties. The Motown sound. Then, as we got in the early seventies, I got my little transistor radio and got into more of the Beatles. The Eagles as they came on in the mid late seventies, especially but also, uh, Kearney and wings and triumph and yellow yellow was probably one of my favorites. But this band also held the spot. The band's Kansas. You probably remember this song dust in the wind, Give a listen to this violent solar. Really quick man who did that Robby Steinhardt. The original violinist for Kansas, Also, a co lead vocalists actually sings Believe vocal on this song as well. Backup vocal Well, we lost Robbie over the weekend, he died from acute pancreatitis. The founding member of the band and a rarity. I mean, a violin player in a rock band. How did that all come about? My parents asked me to play the violin, I guess made me play as of island would be more accurate. I was the first chair in my high school orchestra. My junior high school orchestra in my grade school orchestra. Remember when Philly heart call me and he said, I heard you play and I wanted to find out if you wanted to get together and form a band. I remember being in Lawrence, Kansas and seeing him playing and singing, and I just thought that is a guy that I need to be in a band with. I've never seen anybody else like that guy. I've never heard anybody play like that guy and I've never heard anybody sing that way, Robbie said. Do you guys have a tape? So I sent him a reel to reel and he called back. He said. Awesome. I'm in that piece Audio from the documentary Kansas Miracles out of nowhere. Robby Steinhardt was unusual. He played the violin. Yeah, we have fiddle players. But this guy was a true classical violin player in a rock band and just totally helped to, you know to to forge a new sound, of course. As we mentioned dust in the wind, but carry on my wayward son, another favorite of theirs that I love playing the game tonight like that one as well point of no return. So the list goes on and on just some great music. Romney Robby Steinhardt dead at the age of 71 from pancreatitis, So it's a little sad news there for you, and I'm like I say, partly personal. I wanted to put that on the air, but I'm sure that I'm not the only one Alan checking in with me saying Thank you. You're welcome, Ellen. I just Couldn't let let that go by
Biden Administration Announces First Guantanamo Detainee Transfer
"The Biden administration has transferred a detainee from the U. S military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Morocco. It's the first such prisoner release since President Biden took office. The 56 year old Moroccan was held at Guantanamo for 19 years without charge. 39 detainees remain at the
"56 years" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"56 years" Discussed on KTOK
"As you may have heard. I spent some time with the 45th, president of the United States on Wednesday, and you can see the entire interview on Bill o Reilly dot com. Afterward, Donald Trump was kind enough to treat me to dinner at his golf club in New Jersey. And the conversation I had with him was not off the record. There are some things I'm not gonna report on. But I will tell you that he was more relaxed that I had seen him and I don't know 56 years. So we were talking about baseball is a big baseball fan and talking about people. We know not too much politics at dinner. But then I said something pretty interesting to the president. I said to him, you know? I know that you want to run again for the office of the presidency. I know that now. He didn't deny it. But I said, if you do run, you've got to change a little bit. You can't be as bombastic as You were the first time around now, the drain the swamp and you are a revolutionary guy coming in to do and change things in Washington that worked the first time around, But now you've got to bring it down because people get exhausted. Overall, the conflict. You have a pretty good record. I believe that I believe that Donald Trump while in office, just on policy did well, run on that Be a statesman. And you know what he said. To me. That's a good idea. I was shocked in the past. He did not follow my advice. Now this Investors. Bill O Reilly here. Are you sitting on Capitol or wanting to diversify the N R i A a real estate development fund. Provides returns. Right now they capitalize on strategic markets..
"56 years" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"The morning show, right. He was on with you guys. Yes, he was on Thursday. Last Thursday. You know, listening to T J talk about T J Res Buccaneer Sideline reporter. Really good interview. Thank you. Kind of really come Really good tweet here from Tim. Good time to get connected with our fans, actually, to read this to you Brought to you by Bond, Bond, Shinnick and King. A full service Buffalo law firm, Tim Tweets in that last interview was great. But that guy calling it Champa Bai made me want to puke. I agree with you, Tim, he said. I live about two hours from Tampa used to be 80% Sabres fans where I would go. Not when I would go. Not anymore. And the whole thing about not wanting visiting teams fans jerseys was Bush League 100% agree That story was when they didn't allow the other team to where you didn't allow people to sit in a certain section. Having the other team's jerseys are and then the Florida Panthers fans came in and the guy was upset and he like he was very calm in the video, and, um it kind of made the rounds went viral. People saw it or not. Go check it out. They've changed their policy. Since then, though, so good for him. They changed it. So, um, you know that you can wear whatever jersey you want. No, but they had that for a while. You can't wear the other teams. You know the visiting team's jersey in a certain section, even though you paid for the darn seat. Imagine that here how many Maple Leaf's fans we see in Canadians fans especially made beliefs, but Come into Sabres Games. KeyBank Center. I mean, come on. Like you can't I just I couldn't. I didn't even know they had that policy. Still, I think I had heard something about it. Never thought about it until I saw what happened back. I think it was it early in the playoffs. That happened actually bright, and I think that's when that happened. They play each other. I think they did. They play each other in the playoffs. That's when that particular issue came about. So anyway, Thanks a lot, Tim really appreciate you tweeting him, but And thanks for the kind words in the interview. T J is a good dude. Buccaneer sideline guy. Glad we got a chance to talk about, you know, bills and bucks and expectations for the bucks and relate its expectations for the bills, but he was talking about To get back to my original point. How You're Tampa itself. And their teams really were a punching bag, but especially the Buccaneers for a long, long time. There was a I mean, people say it was a joke. Some people said it was actually true story like an antidote. Um About Buccaneers back in the day before they built the new stadium. They're really bad early eighties and how this guy Had Two tickets to a game and he couldn't give him away. People didn't want to go, so we literally left him. On his Like in near the stadium left him on his car windshield underneath the wiper blades like free for anyone to take two tickets to Tampa Bay Buccaneers game back in the day when they were really bad, So he leaves these two tickets on his windshield under the Windshield wipers. Danny leaves for a couple hours ago. Do something comes back and there's four tickets there instead of someone taking them. You got more tickets of people didn't want to go to. It just goes to show. How the Buccaneers worry punchline for a long time and I don't think people realize maybe how much we think we've had to endure that as well. Because you know, Buffalo is a bit of a smaller market. They didn't endure the quite the futility of losing. We didn't hear that. Tampa did early on when they were a team, but we had the playoff drought here, right the longest, you know, Playoff drought North American pro sports when it was going on. And we know we know what that can be like. We know how the punch line can be the punching bag. We still feel it with the Super Bowls, but that's a long time ago. And, you know people who say that they're just trying to needle you whatever. But Get it. I think bills fans get it, and now we live in this really weird space of expectations being super high. And I always say Embrace the expectations. It's okay. Um You know if you Yeah, There's there's there's a different mindset that goes with it where you don't want to be disappointed, but enjoy it because you never know when it's going to be gone and taken out from under you. And you could. How many teams have we seen in all sports, But Let's just take football, for example. The Philadelphia Eagles go and win the Super Bowl. And then after that, it's like Bam! It's over the rebuilding their resetting. They have a new coach just a few years later, look at the Chicago Bears. That incredible defensive team they had a few years ago and Khalil Mack and all the things they were doing. They weren't great offensively, but man they were. They were really good football team, and then they have these expectations and bam! Suddenly it's gone. You can say this about a lot of teams. And I mean, I think if I sit here now, I would say, I think the bills are set up with the age of their players. The contractual situation the quarterback, they have the organization the way its run. I think everything's inflation in line to have a nice run here. What does that mean? Guess in sports. A nice run is 56 years. That's a nice run, but I think they could. They could be a team like that. That could be contending for championships in the next 56 years and maybe longer. Even you're going to play offs and seeing where things go, and if you take a step back, it won't be a too big of a step back. The expectations right now for this team are You know when 11 Games 12 games. Member. There's 17 games this year, 11 and six would be, uh 12 and five. I think that's a good record in the NFL, 11 12 and five is a good record in the National Football League. Just because you have expectations that go to the Super Bowl just because you went to an NFC championship game or an NFC championship game. Don't discount 12 wins in a 17 game season. That's a lot And that's.
"56 years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"We can't just keep letting the ocean catch on fire. It's ridiculous. So here It's one of the things I'm just saying, you know, carry on a sanctioned Shannon was section will sanction Mexico. I mean, we got a sanction here in sanction their whatever he's gonna be left for us to, but no one really owns the oceans. I mean, that's the thing is like 200. Miles don't own the oceans. And so it's a really tough thing for For the United States to go in and say, Well, we're going to come in and do this for x Y z. I mean, I agree with what you're saying. I think all of those things about Pemex are true. But, you know, unless you just put the pressure on the Mexican government, and I don't know if you can even do it. You can even put sanctions on them for this. I am not even sure how that would work. It will be about our consumer habits about maybe using Pam X products, but well, I'm mostly concerned about you know the because we've had so many setbacks with businesses and the fishing and and industries down in the Panhandle, and that's what their livelihood is so It's just that's that my own. That's my major concern is is how this is going to affect business down. So you go to international court. You sue these people, whether you get anything out of international maritime law. I mean, there's you know, you can't just blow up something in the ocean and expect no consequence. I mean, there are laws in place. We're seems to me now that you're bringing that to the surface. It seems to me when you go back what? Four or 56 years ago when that rig blew up, there are all kinds of VP had exactly what happened with him is another probably still in court. And the only people making any money or the lawyers. There's probably what's going on with that stuff, because that's what happens with these deals. 43 change after the hour the reasons to find your next higher with indeed. Are starting to add up. Just look at the numbers, Instant match searches, millions of resumes and indeed database to delivery candidates whose resume fit your job description. Isn't that what you want? 135 skill sets, They go beyond the resume to help you find the right candidates much faster and, according to talent nest indeed delivers four times more hires than all the other job sites combined. So.
"56 years" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"A. The explosion happened last night while bomb techs were trying to destroy a small batch of improvised explosives. We have had a debris field much as we've seen in other explosions that have been expansive. We have reports that the cover of this total containment vehicle was found here on Adams Boulevard, which is a substantial distance. It's a way chief Moore says. The batch was part of a £5000 stash founded a home Yesterday morning. A 27 year old man at the home was arrested. The thief is helping with the investigation. A man from Riverside County has testified he used to knives and a box cutter to kill a neighbor, but that the 69 year old attacked him. First. The neighbor was killed in Desert Hot Springs in late 2018. The accused killer could get 56 years to life in prison if convicted, a company that can build a reusable rocket with three D printers in just 60. Days has landed. Its headquarter has its headquarters in Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia says the locally based company Relativity space will take over an old Boeing site. We couldn't be more excited to have relative in here and they are a huge growing company and we look at the space business. This is the future of our city. We have the land around the airport. Right now we go to President Biden, speaking with family members and lawmakers and rescue workers in Florida at the site of the condo collapse down here and It's what quite frankly. We miss a lot. You know, we we've all been working in tandem from the moment we got the news of the collapse of the building. And I think my college will tell you we cut through the bureaucracy. The one the one order I gave the federal folks was no bureaucracy Just cut through it. Get to whatever they need. That's why we decided to cover for example, 100% the search and rescue cost for the 1st 30 days not done often, but necessary here, in my view, And FEMA. Is going to provide temporary housing and other urgent needs for the survivors. State Department is experience is expediting visas for family members from other countries, and there are from Latin America. South America, Europe, Israel. Don't want to give a special shout out First Responders International Association of Firefighters one of the best organizations in the country, and I particularly want to thank the president. It came down from Boston, and he's here with the entire the entire group. You know, these folks are These folks are always showing up, no matter what they're risking their lives. You know, there's that whole expression. I know The press that travels with me is tired hearing me saying, but I'm not tired of saying And that is that all.
"56 years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"I We've got a distinguished group of people here and I want to thank you. Lauren for sharing the powerful story. For helping the country understand what's happening here. And all the descendants here today into the community and civil rights leaders and members of the Congressional Black Caucus later here. Thank you for making sure. We all remember We never forget. No, there's a verse in first Corinthians that says For now. We see in a mirror dimly. But then face to face. Now I know in part, then I shall know fully. It is I just toward the hall of survivors. Here in Greenwood Cultural Center. Don't want to thank the incredible staff for hosting us here. Mm. Meaning security treaty on please. Excuse my back. Probably got But the tour and the tour I met mother, Randall. Whose only 56 years old God lover and mother Fletcher, whose, uh, 67 years old and her brother Brother Van Ellis is 100 years old. And he looks like he's 60. Thank you for spending so much time with me. I really mean it. It was a great honor, Genuine honor..
UK PM Boris Johnson Married in Secret Ceremony
"British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was married in secret wedding Saturday. British newspapers say the 56 year old prime minister, very Kerry Simon's at Westminster Cathedral in front of close friends and family. 33 year old. Simon's was part of Johnson's campaign team when he was mayor of London. Last year's Simon's gave birth to the couple's first child. Johnson has four Children from a previous
"56 years" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Happy Monday already. How is your mother's Day? How's weekend wasn't what's going on in your world. Greetings and valued stations. Everybody, you know, I am a mother. I do have a for babies. You know, we had a wonderful mother's day. Teeny teeny is your little for babies. You know his name? Well. Oh, it's a boy. Yeah. Martini, the boy. Yeah. I did not know that. All right? You know, I didn't. I didn't go snooping around Teenies. There you go. There you go. All right, So Randy's fantastic. Everybody loves her. She's fantastic Millennium. Match game. I will let you think about today's category in other of Mother's Day yesterday, teeny and Randy TV moms is the category tonight. So think about television. Mom's Randy, You got this. I know you do, girl. All right, let's meet our contestants on the phone. Is it Andrea or Andrea? That joins us on the show? No, Andrea, please. Andrea. Tell the folks at home a little bit about yourself. Um, I'm actually I'm kind of working right now. All right. Good. I'm a for baby mom to get a big one. And a little hellion that Jack little terror from hell. They're the they're the best. I love Jack Russells. Well, thanks for playing while you're working and hopefully can win cash and prizes. You're gonna be taken on Wesley and Covington. Wesley. Tell the folks at home a little bit about yourself. Well, 56 years old and married 36 years how many different women How many different women in those 36 years of marriage? You know, we're not gonna go there. Got you, Wesley and Andrew. Thanks for playing. All right. So here's the deal. Millennium ass game TV moms. I'm gonna name a TV mom and you guys have to guess whether not millennial. Randy will know what TV show started That mom. Very simple. You don't need to know the answer. You just have to guess whether Randy will. This is just an example. This wasn't doesn't count. Randy. Marge Simpson was a TV mom on what TV show Marge Simpson. This Simpson. No.
"56 years" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Oh, yes, yes. And it's got something to do with adoption today. I'm feeling like, Let me hold on a minute. Yes, dude, He's going adoption. Here's to be Everybody loves ice cream. No, Including adopted people. An adoption is a wonderful thing. But if you're the adoptee, there could be a lot of questions that come along with all this. But who is my mother? Where is my biological family? Why was I given up for adoption? Lisa Wright is 56 years old and an adoptee. Her adoptive mother told her once that her mom her mommy loved her. But when she was really young when she had her, and she didn't take couldn't take care of Lisa. She said. I wanted a baby so bad, and that's why your mom let me take care of you. You weren't abandoned. That was just the best thing for you. So Lisa, right, went through life held up with this. Well, eventually, Lisa, right, son suggested she take a d n a test. To find her her biological family, and it came up with a family match and uncle. So, miss right, reached out and said, if you're open to it, I'd love to chat with you and see what all of this stuff means. They can't they connected by phone. And she told her uncle she was born December. 10th 1964 better biological mother was very young when she had her and she moved to L A because she wanted to be in Hollywood, and the uncle stopped her right there. Said. Lisa, You are my niece. We have been looking for you. We've all been looking for you. She gave her uncle or phone number, and it didn't take long for Lisa right to get a call in the voice on the other end of the call asked, Is this my daughter? And Lisa said, Oh, my God, Is this my mother? They caught up. And Lisa, right, found out that the woman she'd been trying to find had been right in front of her all along. Lisa writes. Biological Mother is the actress Lynn Moody, who starred in Miss Wright's favorite TV show growing up. That's my mama. Remember that show with Clifton Davis? Yes. Well, Miss Wright played Clifton Davis is Sister Tracy. Miss Wright said. That's my mama was must see TV in our house. We never missed an episode of that. Miserable. Lynn Moody has done a lot of stuff to. She was had recurrent roles in the ER and a ton of shows she actually did a movie last year. Miss Rights. Adoption was a closed adoption. So Lynn Moody didn't know what happened to her daughter. She said that when when her daughter was born, they had to cover her face and eyes so she couldn't see her. She could hear her cry. That left a hole so deep that when she found out that Mrs Wright was her daughter, her legs went out from under her. She fell to the floor and wept. This. Moody didn't have any Children. After that. She dreamed a long time for this day, and it finally happened and it zest such a An ironic thing that you look for somebody. And yet they're writing from right there. They're right in front of you. You just don't do We hear that, you know..
"56 years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Which is, you know, force feed. Fake news. They're America's. You're not force feeding. If you take down your movie re release it under another title called the Black Power Movie. Guess what? Every black person in America will get that movie You'll force feed the truth on them, Not the fake news. We do love you silly Larry and to love, But maybe I'll rename it kill Whitey and see what happens is triple 8971 as a triple 89717243. I am Larry Elder. We are Relief Act. Dot com Studio If you don't think that the new Georgia law is Jim Crow on steroids, or is Joe Biden says, Jim Eagle, go to my website Larry elder dot com You see the stand with Georgia Banner at the very top, click on it and support it. Triple 8971 s A G is a number Number of people are calling, who apparently just now tuned in, and they only heard part of what this woman said to this police officer Sav replay it This is a woman who apparently is a teacher at a L. A area community college. Pulled over writing driving a Mercedes. By the way, there's a story about this woman 56 years ago, she was homeless. Had a degree from USC had a job teaching at Riverside City College. Happy family. But in 2010 lost your job. Marriage fell apart home went into foreclosure. She ended up in a homeless shelter. Discovered a program called Dress for Success Worldwide West to nonprofit run for women it started. 1997 is now 139 cities. 18 countries helped more than a three quarters of a million women to become self sufficient, one of whom It is very woman. So she went from being homeless to driving this Mercedes, and she's pulled over by this L. A sheriff's deputy who is Hispanic. She is Black and referring to him as, among other things, a Mexican murderer. Check it out under.
Daughter arrested for fatally shooting her mother, Cleveland police say
"Turns deadly in North East Cleveland Police say a 56 year old woman was shot to death Friday inside her home on Arrowhead Avenue in the North Cohen one neighborhood police would take the woman's 27 year old daughter into custody. I'm Sean Gallagher, keeping
5 killed in Alaska helicopter crash
"Helicopter crash on an Alaskan glacier over the weekend, Alaska's news source reports 56 year old Peter Keller was the richest man in the Czech Republic with a net worth of 17.5 billion. He was killed in the crash Saturday, along with four others. One person survived and was rushed to a hospital and investigation is ongoing common whose time 11 56 time for life beat how much
Dad checks on daughter after tornado destroys home in Georgia, then dies of heart attack day before her wedding
"Cleanup continues in Cali to county schools will not be in session tomorrow. Now we to county canceling school is it's just not safe yet for students and teachers in the aftermath of the tornado. Debris still being picked up in noon in the high school with extensive damage. All 13 of its buildings need repairs. Large sections of the roof tourney off metal debris littering the school grounds, along with bricks that fell off the facade. Concrete busted up and trees near the street. Uprooted WSB is Robin Molinski. One person died in those storms Channel to Steve Gil Bok reports 56 year old Barry Martin was walking to his daughter's house, which had been severely damaged in that tornado. No. We learned that he died of a heart attack, trying to get here to his daughter's house in this neighborhood just a day before she was at the walk down the aisle for her wedding that was set for yesterday. On Saturday, his daughter, Jordan lost her dad, her home most everything in it at the time that the family should be celebrated. Go fund me page has been set up to help the Martin family
Ride-share driver beaten, carjacked in Chicago after asking passengers not to eat in vehicle
"Rideshare driver was beaten and carjacked on the south side Wednesday night after police say he asked his passengers not to eat in his car. The 56 year old driver brought the two passengers to a fast food spot in the 200 block of West Garfield Boulevard around 9 15 last night. That's when the passengers began eating inside the car. The driver, telling them that wasn't allowed, so the passengers started punching the driver who exited the vehicle. Passengers continue to attack the man before they jumped into the car and drove off. Driver suffered minor injuries. No one is in
Biden to sign voting-rights executive order Sunday
"Of the executive order on election reforms during a video message. It came of the anniversary of a major event in the civil rights movement. Today marks 56 years since the marches and bloody Sunday when more than 500 demonstrators gathered on March 7th 1965, demanding the right for black people to vote and cross Selma's Edmund Pettus Bridge as protesters were met by dozens of states. Troopers and violence that was broadcast for all to see a national television, becoming a symbol of racism across the deep South that later led Martin Luther King Jr to March from Selma to the state Capitol in Montgomery and eventually led Congress to pass the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This year's Selma Bridge crossing Jubilee, largely virtual this year because of the Corona virus pandemic
Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights
"At promoting voting rights. It directs government agencies to come up with proposals to leverage federal resource is to expand access to registration and voter participation. The order is being issued on the anniversary of the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gass, it reports the pandemic is making this year's annual commemoration a very different event when the Selma marchers crossed the bridge 56 years ago on their way to Montgomery to protest for voting rights. Cameras were there to document their savage beating by Alabama state troopers. Event organizer Drew Glover says streaming video on Selma jubilee dot com will allow viewers from around the world to join the struggle against racial injustice so that ideally, at the end of the event, people will not only have a greater understanding of the history but also a greater drive to get involved and make that change happen. Part of the ceremony honors civil rights leaders C T. Vivian, Joseph Lowery, Bruce Boynton and Georgia Congressman John Lewis, all of whom died in 2020. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery,
Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights
"Klein. President Biden signs an executive order today aimed at promoting voting rights. It directs government agencies to come up with proposals to leverage federal resource is to expand access to registration and voter participation. The order is being issued on the anniversary. Of the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gass, it reports the pandemic is making this year's annual commemoration. Ah, very different event when the Selma marchers crossed the bridge 56 years ago on their way to Montgomery to protest for voting rights. Cameras were there to document their savage beating by Alabama state troopers. Event organizer Drew Glover says streaming video on soma jubilee dot com will allow viewers from around the world to join the struggle against racial injustice so that ideally, at the end of the event, people will not only have a greater understanding of the history but also a greater drive to get involved and make that change happen. Part of the ceremony honors civil rights leaders C T. Vivian, Joseph Lowery, Bruce Boynton and Georgia Congressman John Lewis, all of whom died in 2020. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery, Alabama.
"56 years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"He's right here, Kevin. You got it from? Right? That's right. Well, no ban. Got something for you on that bellamy girl. Be right there. Come on, man. Clusters of compression. Sam looks like a film. Well, there's something else for you to work on Black address book. In Bellamy's. That's right. Why did turn up came in the mail this morning? Meeting with its notes letter is that fine Angelo address was letters cut from newspaper headlines drop the fifth and central around five o'clock yesterday afternoon. Any prints. Letter carriers sorters Jean Melanie's some partials from another woman's left hand. What did latent prints think? No record. Forward into the FBI. Hey, plenty of names in this book. All men. B 56 years. 77 Ben. I'll find out which one killed her. Look, Can we talk about this in the hall? Lieutenant? My boss finds out the cops talking. That's okay. Look.
"56 years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Thanks so much, gentlemen. Thank you. Thank you wrong. So, Yeah, that's some good stuff. But it is true. I'd like I said. I just saw Martha Stewart not too long ago, and I was like, you know, I haven't really thought about her in a long time. But man, whatever, however, long ago, that was what 56 years ago. Five or six Wasn't that long was like it was 10 or, you know she's off to jail and everybody's got a mocking around stuff. Now she's back stronger than ever. Now she's doing reality shows of the Snoop Dogg's stuff, Right? And I think that's the last time but I think she has a podcast with Snoop. I'm not sure about Yeah, I know I I think the Incan certainly happened right now. It seems impossible, but You know the deplorables? I'm I saw another staff to today. Or was it yesterday about just You know, Hey, is the, uh the rest? Most important was it was 48% favorability rating for job performers and favorability rating for Trump right now on the most who would like How is that possible? Well, so a lot of people that the light now the media is going to be Against in the way they have been the whole way. So how much will that factor into it? That may even help? I think the impeachment stuff Is certainly going to help him right. People are gonna look at this and say this isn't vindictive. Make him at some point look sympathetic to a degree of my God, You're trying to impeach the guy when he's not even been president for a half a year, And maybe it turns back Who knows? Well, it's like I was saying before, though, to our friend robbed there. You know, Trump can't not trip over his own. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Somebody just straighten his ass out. It was like, you know what? Just shut up for a while now. Yeah. You know, you're only hurting yourself, right? Does that make sense? Yeah, exactly. Checking the traffic now. Rob I'm surprised that Martha Stewart and Snoop Dog aren't doing like a morning show on in L A or something yet.
"56 years" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Make the list. Yeah that one might argue. That will you gotta earlier. We talked about top ten inspirational movies. Top and funny movies and one of the most recent ones we did was top ten movie scores because we had done an episode on music therapy specifically and that in my therapy list but that was one we just did recently or how music therapy can help you. And i was not present for the Top ten of the camera right. Because i did those two back to back music therapy and then top ten music scores or movie scores and and really the powerful thing. I mentioned this during that. Podcast i can be a bit of a movie snob in a way. One one of the greatest thing about good movies is the music. It's without it. There's just imagine watching a movie without music. How how much less it would be. I just watched the princess bride my wife laura right and the score for that movie is just fantastic. What what what you're talking about when you watch movie if you don't have good music or the music doesn't correlate to what's going on right when mandy patinkin is jumping up against the door go after count rugen. Yeah yeah and he's hit the door and the music is just phenomenal and that just adds to and we go back to our winner of the week fab rhone felonious that last episode lament lorient. Yeah i i've already downloaded the whole soundtrack and music. They play at the end. that key. seen that we won't spoil if you haven't caught up yet. It is just fantastic. I just. I just listened to that over my car and great music and we did Oh we we mentioned funny movies as well one of the big things. One of our our big Bits i guess on the shows while i was winner of the week every podcast and these are nice stories things that that people showing kindness and people just just doing things that are that are nice in selfless inmates raising money for a kid. Yeah yeah raising money for a kid who paying off people's charges or or a lot of secret. Santa ones be done over the past couple of months where people just paid for. I stuff more just gave people money or cars even david. Grohl getting on gimmick. That's on our list. So i thought we'd revisit some of our top winners of the week and in some of them some of them are just because they're funny. Yeah and and be because it makes you laugh and laughter. We go back to laughter's great. It's just it's great to make you laugh but one of our one of our very first winners of the week was jeffrey. Feiger who had commercial. And i'll after preview this or just explained it a little bit. There's another guy who does a lot of another attorney in detroit. Area does a lot of commercials with his mom so feiger puts out a commercial. Obviously the clip on it. Don't use with my mom by ball. Somebody just got colds. Just great i i. I saw that commercial. I thought all of that is fantastic. Just hilarious so yeah. Jeffrey feiger is one of our first winners of the week. Just for that commercial alone I don't there was one where The surprised her dad by making by getting them an ice cream truck to drive. I remember that yeah. Yeah the guy always dreamed of driving an ice cream truck and she made it happen for him. That's great yeah. He was probably in his eighties. I think yeah yeah cream out to all the kids in the neighborhood and yeah just a great story one of the another funny one. Stay with us for a few minutes because matt one angry at the toll booth. I do quarters another corner dear. God i did it again. All these were waiting here. There's another great kids testing grandkids a recording. This another point this world behind biblically. We go right. You know man report even the money the money in the air. No no one an quickey. Wash three quarters gear. Three was one of our well. Just a funny video. I feel for the guy because we involvement in those situation. We're just been totally frustrated especially when people are behind you in waiting and it's just it's just great. I saw i had to make the guy a winner of a week. Just for getting through that and not just losing totally. That was a fun. One mickey nelson. I don't remember this was a this was a old guy in his eighties. Who want two hundred miles to raise money for corona virus relief. The idea.
"56 years" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Is Ends up being a pretty popular a segment on the show yesterday. Talk about good things. people doing. Good things and and Showing compassion and kindness. And that makes a better place. Your secret santa gift secret sanitaire. Let me tell you where he can find me. Folks you can find me on my website motor city hypnotise dot com on that website. You'll find the podcast page along with my store and all kinds of other good things. Check that out of media on there. Too as far as photos videos So check that out and hopefully this year the new year coming two thousand and twenty one will be back on stage and if just as a heads up and i know it's while aways away as far as schools and things getting back to semi normal but if you're if you're our school administrator or parent that runs your senior committee for all night parties or proms. If you're a fair administrator fair a person who state looked state fair county fair. Yeah yeah i do. A lot of those If you're a college Administrator or a college student who handles student activities feel free to reach out to me we already talked about you know the possibility of shows returning which they will at some point And yeah. I'd love to come out and do show for you. So if you want to reach out to me on social media you can do that and i'll tell you where you can find me. Their facebook and youtube are both motorcity. Hypnotist on twitter and instagram are both motor city hypno- so probably the best place to reach me as facebook message. Yup you do respond. Pretty damn quick i do yes. Yeah because typically i. I message on my phone. I'll see a message. Special comes through my business page and also on patriot. If you'd like to contribute financially to the show that would help me out and help the show out as far as continuing to provide you good stuff very minimal contribution per month You know patriotic creator site and people pledged just a you know contribute a couple of dollars a month and you get specific things for that such as again my coffee mug which oh ron cameras today. Atrophy malcolm where. I'm wearing my t. shirt today for the new year both of those things by contributing Donation per month and as usual on every show. We're giving away my free hypnosis guide our noses for confidence download and of you want to join my private facebook group empower your mind for success which is attached to the course and i'm working on which should be out beginning of february so take a look at all those links will be in the show notes and Yeah we'll we'll Take good care of you. Yeah we'll take gave your wherever you want to find me. Find me there and Yeah glad to have you along those who you watch on facebook live. Thanks for checking in. I know my sister checked on last episode. Vinke my my oldest oldest sister say old vicky not old old jeddah holder. A few folks actually a popped in the show allen pantheon of course of course fan your sister kendra my wife koetter wife kendra kendrick. Kinder's there yup yup vicky pompton later. I'm sorry david phillips from podcast detroit. Ming chen thanks. So yeah. that's yes pinks folks for checking in. I really appreciate it. I appreciate check in and watch live and also listening to the show sorry kendra was awesome generous. My wife not my sister. No not even close so we are. We are talking. We're we're following up last episode with the year interview part chew. So we're we're looking back on the podcast. We started last july fourth with episodes. Wanted to you started it. I'm just along for the ride but you are. You're a good part of it matt. You're you're Trying to think of a good word like sounding board and and and somebody. Who's somebody who's not familiar with him. No says you you. Would you bring about natural questions that people would have which just adds to the show. Thank you yeah absolutely. Great input great great inquiries and questions and things that if i were doing on totally on my own those might not come up so yeah definitely i appreciate you on all you for the show fair enough. Thank you sir fantastic so we. We were revisiting. The episodes that we've done in the past six seven months. Yeah july fourth restarted seven months or so and we were talking about therapy centered episodes so so things that are centered on therapy. And i know we at the end of last episode. We finished on. I think freud and psychoanalysis and we also did a couple of shows just on on self help and and just being more confident and one was Secrets of motivation. Just being able to motivate yourself to do things that you have a desire to do. And i know sometimes we put on the so many times over over the last fifty s five episodes or so is that that wanting to do something in implementing it there there's a challenger there's a disconnect in people kind of think. Why just don't feel motivated. And the big thing is you have to you. Have to get yourself motivated their steps to do that. It's not just gonna come over you magically and it's just not just going to happen in a long on that same thing we talked about empowering your mind for success and again just making those changes as far as as your schedule and your your mindset to to ensure that you're successful and things that you're doing along with that we did a whole episode specifically on scheduling. Just making sure that you schedule if you want something to be done. It has to be scheduled. It's not just going to happen now. Some people kind of wing it and and kind of fly by the seat of their pants. If you wanna use that term and that that works sometimes i guess but for for long term success and really school if if if you don't if you didn't have a scheduled time for your classes how many people would go right but just say i might do my class today. I might not it just it. Just kind of it doesn't happen unless it's specifically scheduled. There's a timeframe and structure setup for it along with that. We had a show specifically talking about procrastination. Why people procrastinate why they put things off in how you can avoid that and you save that until the last thing to mention right i believe so and that was after most of the. Yeah i didn't wanna put that one off and we did a show on assertiveness and if you could go back and watch that one. I maybe if you wanna watch it might be okay. Don't go yes. Oh hell assertiveness can help you be more successful. And that's interesting because a lot of people don't want to be pushy or rude or obnoxious. There's definitely a difference between being assertive aggressive. And we make that that difference. We've spell out that difference in that specific show so yeah make sure you catch up on that one we did. We did a show on mental health and nutrition. With my friend melissa licensed nutritionist and talked about how food and change in diet can help you feel better and function better and most recently did a whole therapy q. And a series. We actually did. Four episodes therapy a a lot of good questions. Such as should you date your therapist right. Actually i have a follow up q a to that. Such a friend of mine on facebook catching very close friend of mine over the past. Twenty four twenty five years. He actually posted a question on his facebook page. And he said you think therapy should give you a discount if you make them laugh or say. What the in the session should they give you a discount. If they make you laugh they do. They have good relationships with my clients. I mean there are a lot of times in therapy. It doesn't it doesn't now at sometimes it is. It is heavy. sometimes sometimes. You're talking about that bout. You know very serious things such as depression or thoughts of suicide but there are a lot of times it's just making connections with people and laughter..