35 Burst results for "75 Years Old"
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Is Justice Being Applied Equally?
"One of the ways that we can gauge whether justice is being done is by looking to see if justice is being applied equally. And equally means that if you have two guys who do similar or roughly the same thing, they are charged and prosecuted in the same way and they receive sort of the same penalty or a similar penalty. Yesterday I went on Joe Walsh's podcast. In fact, it's out today. You can see it, you can hear it on Spotify or watch it on YouTube. It was actually a very lively and respectful conversation of a kind that really doesn't happen a whole lot today. But we were talking about January 6th and Joe was pressing me. Well, don't you agree the message was wrong for people to go inside the capitol and I go, yeah, it was. And I said that, look, there are people who committed misdemeanor as they went in there. They didn't mean to break the law, but they did break the law. They didn't do any vandalism. They were completely peaceful and they left shortly thereafter. Well, those people should get a misdemeanor, which basically means you get a warning or some community service, but you're not going to take a 75 year old grandmother. I'm giving you an actual case. In fact, I had Pamela hemphill on the show and lock them up for 60 days because they walked into the capitol for ten minutes. This is just downright outrageous. And you know it's outrageous because it doesn't happen to anyone else. If you look at the massive riots that emerged in Portland in the aftermath of George Floyd, we're now talking about from summer of 2020. Prosecutors dismissed a substantial number. I mean, they dismissed outright more than one third of the cases. Think about it. These are cases that have, in many cases, felony charges for defendants were charged with assaulting federal officers. They just dismissed the charges. They didn't even bring charges against them.
AP News Radio
Conn. woman 1st non-Vermonter granted assisted suicide right
"A woman from Connecticut has become the first non resident granted the right to take advantage of Vermont's assisted suicide law. 75 year old Linda bluestein has terminal cancer. One thing that surprised me about getting this latest terminal diagnosis is just how hard it is to die the way you want to die. It seems like everybody has an opinion on what should be allowed and what shouldn't be allowed. Bluestein lives in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and has reached a settlement with the state of Vermont, she can end her life there as long as she complies with other aspects of the state's assisted suicide law. I care so deeply about how the last moment of my life is going to go. Because I've said goodbye to so many that I've loved, who didn't have a good depth. Bluestein wants to make her death better. Not only for me, but for the people who are going to remember that. For whom that's going to be their last memory of me. Blue Stein is currently undergoing chemotherapy. I'm Ed Donahue
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller: Why Not Support Candace Owens for Trump's VP?
"We're not talking about canned as well. What did she do now? I just wanted to run with you non establishment. As we renovate, Candace Owens from the daily wire. Yes. What do you like about her? I have some reservations, but I'm curious what makes her your pick. She can go get her. When she has something she wants to do, she doesn't get to get things done. Okay, does that make her, I mean, could she be the president? I mean, if Trump were to not be able to, I'm talking about vice president. I think she good. You think so. All right. I don't know about that, Tony. I mean, she's a good communicator. I'm still not quite clear of her conservative credentials. To be honest with you, she is a relatively new convert. I guess over the past 5 or 6 years to the conservative way of life. And again, nothing wrong with that. But I just have a, I have some, I'm not too sure about that. Okay. And the one thing about Trump. I'm all Trump. I think we should have presidents after 75 years old. I read my statement is because of what's going on now. Well, and that is a fair argument, Tony. Fair argument.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Nikki Haley Rallies Supporters for Her Presidential Campaign
"We need somebody to lead us out of the wilderness. We got to get somebody in The White House who can show us the way. There's a woman in South Carolina who says it's her. And the America I see, the permanent politician will finally retire. We'll have term limits for Congress. And mandatory mental competency tests for politicians over 75 years old. Now there's a little problem with her suggestion that we have mental cognitive tests for any politician over 75, John fetterman is 53. There's going to be a big problem with only targeting people who are 75 or older. I mean, let's face it, she's targeting Trump is what she's doing. She wants to present herself as a fresh start for America. And there are lots of people who are buying into it already.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Nikki Haley Kicks Off Run for President
"Nikki Haley, let's go to cut number 15. I have devoted my life to this fight, and I'm just getting started. For a strong America. For a proud America, I am running for president of the United States of America. Now the most controversial thing Nikki Haley said was cut number 14. So let's hear from ambassador Haley on that. And the America I see, the permanent politician will finally retire. We'll have term limits for Congress. And mandatory metal competency tests for politicians over 75 years old. Mandatory competency tests for politicians over 75 years old. That's a thinly veiled shot. I would, my advice to every republic. I'm in Switzerland, as you know. I am not going to have a favorite in this race. I'm going to ask questions of them all. Ambassador Haley is welcome here every day, as is the former president as is Mike Pompeo, as is Mike Pence as his Tim Scott, as is everyone who is anyone who's going to run for president, and there are a lot of them. They're all welcome here, and I will ask them all pretty much the same question. I'm going to talk to them as I did with Peter Thiel about China and the media and how do we get the country going? What do we do about this drug addiction problem?
AP News Radio
Searchers find 2nd hiker in area where Julian Sands missing
"Searchers rescued a man on mount baldy in Southern California on Tuesday, but actor Julian sands remains missing. A man who carpooled up to California's bouts in Antonio otherwise known as mount baldy on Sunday, but failed to meet back up with his companions, has been rescued, 75 year old Jin Chung of north Hollywood was found Tuesday afternoon, the San Bernardino county sheriff's department says he suffered a leg injury and exposure, but was able to walk out with assistance before being taken by ambulance to a hospital, rescuers described the conditions in Southern California's San Gabriel mountains as extremely dangerous with heavy snow and ice, high winds, and freezing temperatures. After Julian sands, familiar from the 1985 British romance a room with the view remains missing since reportedly going out for a hike January 13th, the sheriff's department says they have been searching with helicopters and drones using infrared devices without success. I'm Jennifer King
AP News Radio
Trump's longtime CFO faces sentencing for tax fraud scheme
"Donald Trump's longtime CFO, who's testimony helped convict the former president's company of tax fraud is said to be sentenced today for dodging taxes. Alan weisselberg is expected to get 5 months in jail at Rikers. That's the deal the 75 year old took when he agreed to plead guilty to 15 tax crimes and testify against Donald Trump's company. Weisselberg will also pay nearly $2 million in taxes. He's the only person charged in the Manhattan DA's three year investigation of Donald Trump and his business practices. Sentencing in that case is Friday. The company faces a fine of up to $1.6 million. Julie Walker, New York.
Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
How the Abortion Ban Seems to Have Affected the Elections
"Anita and sanitizer. You're wrong with Jen. Hi. Hello. Hello. I know somebody. Hi, I know somebody ate my mother in law. She never voted Democrats. And she voted for beto because of the abortion thing. Wow. Okay. She's like, 70, 75 years old and she's never go to Democrats, but that was just a typical woman. A lot of I was going to say somebody said that on our show that they think there's going to be a lot of that vote of women telling their husbands, oh yeah, yeah, I'm voting Republican, but that may not, right? Yes, especially in these red states who are actually feeling it right now. Yeah. You know, I can't imagine, you know, we hear stories all the time about these women who are being turned away from hospitals who are bleeding, or and also Anita the youth vote. I just saw these lines that university of Austin yesterday that were amazing. I mean, just what we're seeing provably from early voting in youth turnout is really good news. Well, that's what I'm hearing. And for my daughter. And oh by the way, and she was out of her apartment, you know, student housing. And nobody sees young guys that were like 18 or 19 out there. And they were playing basketball. And she heard one of them turn to the others and say, have you voted yet? So, you know, I mean, that's not something the 18 and 19 year olds usually talk about.
AP News Radio
Oldest Guantanamo Bay prisoner transferred to Pakistan after 17 years
"The oldest prisoner to be held at Guantanamo Bay is released and returned to his home country The foreign ministry in Islamabad and the U.S. Defense Department are confirming that 75 year old saifa paracha a Pakistani national was released and reunited with his family after spending more than 17 years in U.S. custody in Cuba After being captured in 2003 paracha was held at Guantanamo on suspicion of ties to Al-Qaeda but was never charged with a crime The notification of his release does not give a detailed reasoning for the decision but it concludes that paracha is not a continuing threat to the United States
AP News Radio
Barber, 75, pleads guilty in 1976 killing of WWI veteran
"A cold case involving the killing of a World War I veteran comes to an end after a 75 year old man pleads guilty The queen's die says Martin matta pled guilty to manslaughter in the death of George sights and it represents the first successful use of genetic genealogy by any of the city's prosecutors cites went missing on his way to get a haircut in 1976 He was 81 in 2019 a tip led police to his dismembered remains buried under concrete two years later advanced DNA i-d-ed him investigators determined that sites is barber mada robbed him and cut up his body They were able to find witnesses who were still alive Julie Walker New York
AP News Radio
Elton John plays White House lawn as part of farewell tour
"On his farewell tour 75 year old Elton John transformed The White House south lawn into a musical love fest Friday night and came away with yet one more honor Let's have some music It does bring us together Throughout Alton's White House appearance was before an intimate audience of 2000 But being Washington there were words first Once wrote and I quote once in a lifetime the longed for tidal wave of justice rises up and hope and history rhyme President Biden sir Elton John has been that tidal wave The musician was lauded for his advocacy most especially on aids It's wonderful to be here amongst so many people who have helped my age foundation And my heroes the ones that work day to day on the front line But of course his music was at the center of the evening After which the president presented sir Elton with the national humanities medal I think we surprised him And humbled and honored by this incredible award from the United States of America The citation noting his powerful voice courage to challenge convention and shatter stigma and of course one of the defining song books of all time This one was for you Ben Thomas Washington
AP News Radio
Mickey Mantle card breaks record, as sports memorabilia soar
"The mint condition card sold for $12.6 million The card features one of baseball's most legendary players and eclipsed the record set just months ago when a shirt worn by soccer star Diego Maradona sold for 9.3 million The auction netted a huge profit for Anthony jordano a 75 year old New Jersey Waste Management entrepreneur who bought it for 50,000 in 1991 When he part of his is one thing but being able to take that journey with my family and my boys my grandchildren I mean it was amazing It's just a nation The card was one of dozens of sports collectibles up for sale by heritage auctions New York
AP News Radio
Two top House Democrats reluctantly battle in NY primary
"Two top House Democrats battle it out in a New York primary as Donald Trump weighs in with some jabs at both of them because of redistricting representatives Jerry Nadler and Carolyn maloney are fighting for the same 12th district seat along with two other long shot candidates Nadler is leading in the polls yet still continues campaigning You do everything you can You don't want to lose an election and think to yourself oh if only I had done that Bologna also hit the streets today to urge voters to pick her on his social media platform truth social Trump made cheeky references to both calling the 75 year old Nadler who helped lead his impeachment young sharp energetic and very very fair but he endorsed the 76 year old maloney as both physically and mentally stronger I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Agent: Rushdie off ventilator and talking, day after attack
"The satanic verses author Salman Rushdie was taken off a ventilator and able to talk Saturday a day after he was stabbed while on stage about to give a lecture in western New York The 75 year old's agent confirms whose breathing on his own but remains in the hospital with serious injuries on Saturday 24 year old hottie mutal was in court pleading not guilty to attempted murder charges The judge denying the New Jersey man who was born in the U.S. to parents who emigrated from Lebanon bail prosecutors calling the attack targeted unprovoked pre planned the DA alluding to the fatwa as a potential motive That's the death threat and bounty on rushdie issued by Iran's leader in 1989 over the satanic verses and its depiction of the prophet Muhammad I'm Julie Walker
AP News Radio
Salman Rushdie: Author on ventilator and unable to speak, agent says
"Author Salman Rushdie has been attacked on a lecture stage in New York State Rushed his agent says the writers on a ventilator after being stabbed in the neck and abdomen on a western New York stage where he was about to give a lecture the 75 year old rashti was flown to a hospital and underwent surgery after Friday's stabbing his agent Andrew Wiley says the writer has a damage liver severed nervous in an arm and an eye he was likely to lose Rushes novel the satanic verses drew death threats from Iran's leader in the 1980s Police have arrested the man who attacked the writer and identified him as 24
AP News Radio
At 75, India’s democracy is under pressure like never before
"Following recent India demonstrations and detentions of opposition figures that are growing sentiment that India's democracy is in retreat and its democratic foundations are floundering At 75 years old induced democracy is under pressure like never before experts and critics say trust in the judiciary as a check on executive power is eroding and religious minorities are facing increasing attacks by Hindu nationalists journalists and author kumi Kapoor says assaults on the press and free speech have grown more brazen in recent years There's no question I mean one has only to look around to see that the media has certainly shriveled up during mister Modi's regime Kapoor however says Indian people's restless and Independent Spirit will not be broken You can clamp down on the media but you can't really clamp down on freedom of thought and expression in a country like India Observers say democratic backsliding has accelerated since prime minister Narendra Modi came to power in 2014 I'm Charles De Ledesma
AP News Radio
Lightning strike near White House leaves 3 dead, 1 injured
"A third person has now died in the lightning strike near The White House I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest a third person has now died from injuries following a lightning strike in Lafayette park in Washington D.C. the park is a cross from The White House a 29 year old adult male has now died from his injuries the fourth person a woman remains in critical condition a husband and wife from Wisconsin were also killed by the lightning strike Thursday night 76 year old James Mueller and his wife 75 year old Donna Mueller of Janesville Wisconsin according to their niece the Mueller's were celebrating more than 5 decades of marriage The White House says they are saddened by the tragic loss of life I'm Lisa dwyer
AP News Radio
Lightning strike near White House kills at least 3
"A lightning strike near The White House leaves two dead and two injured I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A husband and wife from Wisconsin were killed in a lightning strike outside The White House complex Thursday night two others were hospitalized with life threatening injuries 76 year old James Mueller and his wife 75 year old Donna Mueller of Janesville Wisconsin died of their injuries after lightning struck and Lafayette park the park is located directly across from The White House according to their niece the muellers were celebrating more than 5 decades of marriage The White House says they are saddened by the tragic loss of life I'm Lisa dwyer
"75 years old" Discussed on WTOP
"Turned about Markets protecting what they have than they are about how much money they could make That shift in sentiment sticks with you a long time And it scares people out of the market Right now the Dow is down 820 points the NASDAQ has lost four 55 in the S&P 500 has lost 3.4% of its value since the opening A day after the fed raised its K key interest rates Freddie Mac says mortgage rates have had their biggest week to week rise in nearly 14 years more than half a percentage point to 5.78% Today's hearing on capital hill the cattle insurrection could be the most explosive yet It will specifically look at this pressure campaign to try to convince former vice president Mike Pence to nullify the results of the 2020 election something he ultimately didn't do Nicole Killian says we also may learn more about emails between the wife of Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas and Trump lawyer John eastman whose claim of knowing how to overturn the election has been debunked The hearing is expected to start in about two hours Two Americans fighting for Ukraine are reported missing and there are reports that they're being elders prisoners of war Joy black's fiance Andy win is one of the two I'm really hoping that we can get some answers and find out where Andy and Alex are and get them home And so that's all I wanted in the back safely I just wanted to know where he is When and Alexander drew here from Alabama both are U.S. Military veterans Forecasters say it'll be close to a 100° again It attacks a city where water.
"75 years old" Discussed on WTOP
"Following for you today there are new warnings and a new challenge from Ukraine's president CBS News special report the Ukrainian war is entering a deadly new phase CBS is Naomi reckon report Ukraine is preparing for a robust Russian offensive in the east New satellite images show an 8 mile convoy of Russian military vehicles headed to the Donbass region Ukrainian army volunteers are digging in and short on weapons Some towns have emptied out as civilians flee the violence Russia's defense ministry is just claimed its destroyed a key anti aircraft missile system in Ukraine that's being dismissed as disinformation Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky has been speaking with 60 minutes correspondent Scott pelley who asked him what he wants from western leaders What should they do now Weapons number one They need to be very serious about it Austrian Chancellor Karl nehammer is meeting Vladimir Putin today the first European leader to meet the Russian president since the invasion CBS News special report on Vicky Barker It's 7 32 now President Biden this afternoon is set to announce new ways to try to remove so called ghost guns from the streets The White House will be releasing new rules on ghost guns Privately made firearms that don't have serial numbers that are increasingly popping up at crime scenes While it's hard to know how many there are the Justice Department reported in a recent four year period nearly 24,000 of these untraceable weapons were recovered Gun rights groups are expected to sue against the new rules I'm Jackie Quinn President Biden's also expected to name Steve dental back a former U.S. attorney from Ohio his nominee to head the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives His previous nominee was forced to withdraw mid opposition opposition in the Senate French president Emmanuel Macron is celebrating his first round victory in his bid for reelection later this month But in a runoff election in a few weeks he'll have to once again face leading far right nationalist marine le pen It's a rematch of the 2017 French election French president Emmanuel Macron will have his work cut out for him for the next two weeks to keep his job Far right leader marine le pen finished a close second in Sunday's first round of elections now they face each other on April 24th Macron has been largely absent from the campaign but he's expected to use the next two weeks to remind French voters that while le pen may have toned down her image she still an extremist and still a fan of Russian president Vladimir Putin Elaine carb CBS News Paris A defamation trial involving two Hollywood a listers begins today in fairfax county The $50 million libel suit filed by Johnny Depp goes after his ex-wife Amber Heard for an opinion piece filed in The Washington Post Depp is accusing her of implying she was sexually and physically abused while the two were married Now Depp is allowed to soon Virginia because the servers used by the post to publish online are in fairfax county Now herd's attorneys argue the article doesn't name debt but instead addresses an issue that's of public interest domestic violence Now as the trial begins numerous Hollywood figures are expected to take the stand as witnesses heard has also filed a counter claim for defamation against debt for comments made by his attorneys Melissa Howell WTO news Opening statements are set for 10 o'clock this morning in WTO will have a reporter there The trial is expected to last several weeks An arbitrator has ruled that two buffalo police officers did not violate the department's use of force guidelines when they pushed a 75 year old protester to the ground during racial injustice protests following the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis That ruling is that officers did not intend to cause injury The episode drew national attention when a news crew captured the moment in downtown buffalo as crowd control officers in riot gear clear demonstrators the protester hit his head on the pavement after falling backward and started bleeding He spent about a month in the hospital with a fractured skull and brain injury Coming up we'll talk about the new phase in Russia's war in Ukraine with our national security correspondent JJ green It's 7 36 Moments like making my kids my famous meatballs mean a lot to me But after being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer or.
"75 years old" Discussed on WTOP
"Year Luke Luger debut news Maryland state police are looking for a man suspected of murdering a woman last week and talbott county a felony warrant for first degree murder has been issued for 31 year old Mauricio Juarez of Winchester Virginia Police believe he shot and killed 33 year old Marta Marina of trap Maryland on Christmas Eve She was found dead outside her home on Christmas morning Police believe Juarez knew Marina they say he may be traveling in a white GMC Sierra truck A record number of cities and states will increase their minimum wage in 2022 The national employment law project found 47 cities and counties will have wages of at least $15 an hour by the end of the next year including the district Maryland is one of ten states that will phase in increases in the minimum wage so that it will eventually meet or exceed $15 an hour In Virginia the minimum wage will increase from 9 50 to $11 an hour on January 1st It will be $15 an hour by 2026 Axios reports 20 states haven't raised their minimum wage above the federal level which has remained at 7 25 an hour since 2009 What bothers you the most about what others say at family get togethers during the holiday CBS News correspondent Diane king hall has the results of a new survey According to a new one poll survey the number one topic that people wish their family would not bring up is their love life That's followed by politics and money another 15% say they don't want to discuss their career with family and friends Among the pesky questions on the list why aren't you married yet And when are you going to have a baby Don't like those questions coming up in money news a huge international bank is asking its employees to stay home for at least a few weeks more and will have the closing numbers from Wall Street It's 1253 Hey Carrie we need that tax report by tomorrow Hey a Bobby Get me that expenses For carries accounting firm client growth is exponential He needs whip smart accountants at whiplash speed So why aren't these receivables matching up Indeed can help.
"75 years old" Discussed on WTOP
"The Virginia Democrat is saying not so fast casting doubt on her election result Delegate Martha mugler from the Hampton roads region who conceded the race to Republican AC cordoza now says she's been made aware of an error in the vote count in the 91st district race Her Friday concession led House Democrats to concede they lost control of the House of delegates to the Republicans But now Democrat mugler says there's been a significant shift in the count since Tuesday So every vote must be fairly inaccurately counted According to the Virginia department of elections cordoza beat mugger by just 94 votes dicky leono P news U officials in culpepper county say the suspect is a 15 year old student Now facing sexual battery charges the victim 14 years old The 14 year old culpeper county high students told school leaders that a 15 year old boy had been pressuring her for sex she came forward last week and reported that the boy repeatedly touched her on campus according to police the girl told the boy to stop and at one point she says he pulled out a pocket knife put the blade to her thigh and said you know what I can do A school resource officer arrested the teen and took him to a juvenile detention center School leaders say this was the first report of such an incident on campus Gigi Barnett W TOP news Two men were killed in a shootout inside a woodbridge home happened on renegade court victims identified as Joseph James Harden and zebra Eli Antoine Perkins Police called Perkins one of the intruders and the intended target homeowners was wounded but the injuries aren't said to be life threatening U.S. attorney's office issuing a criminal subpoena to the D.C. housing support The subpoena is a request for documents related to former board chair Neil Albert and moya design partners This is according to an email obtained by The Washington Post I would resign last month a minute of investigation into his approval of a multi-million dollar contract to a female companion Last month D.C.'s inspector general told the city council it would expand its investigation into Albert as well as allegations of staff stealing housing vouchers Another commissioners also being investigated for harassing and threatening staff Mayor muriel Bowser has called for a board of ethics investigation into the agency Akisha James the WTO P news You're missing children in prince George's county tonight Berwyn heights police say Michael hush and Kayleigh Moore stone last seen Wednesday at three at home on 57th avenue near Indian creek park The Senate Daniel unger with the Berwyn police department Our folks have been working around the clock Our ultimate goal is to get these children back to their custodial parent We're concerned for their safety we're doing everything we can Obviously to try to get them back and safe hands but we are concerned So anybody with information please reach out to us and let us know Police believe a woman named Melissa hush has the children She's under court orders to release them You can see photos at WTO P dot com Anyone with information is asked to call the Berwyn heights police department It's still ahead It is a major case of court cutting In this case 6.
"75 years old" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Dan Madison For Eric Carly and Gary Gary McNamara. They return on Sunday night Monday morning. Really getting your reaction to President Biden and what I would say, and many are saying his incredibly disrespectful speech. A lot of people say that Joe Biden actually declared a war. On the unvaccinated yesterday. And quite frankly, I would believe that notion. I believe that he did declare war on the unvaccinated because when you as Threaten the livelihoods of 100. Million Americans. Yes, that is an issue. Margie is on line two. Chicago, Margie. Thank you for calling Red eye radio. Thank you. I enjoyed your show, and I listened as often as I can stay up. Thank you very much. I am 75 years old. And about four years ago, I had a Massive heart attack and, um, I found a fortunately a very good cardiologist and I was in to see him just a couple weeks ago and he said he's much, much younger than I am. He put he put his arm on my shoulder and he said Have you had your vaccination and I thought here we go. And I said, no, I have not, and he stopped and he turned and looked at me and he smiled. And he said Don't let anyone pressure you. My husband has a real bad case of room a tortoise rightists, and he has not been vaccinated. We stay home as he stays home more than I do, but I'm careful where I go. I've got masks and my car. I've got masks in my house, and I'm doing my share to protect myself and anybody else that I come across, you know. And I I think that this ruling that this Whatever we want to call him is it's just way above and beyond the call, and I I think it's just totally wrong on all accounts. Well, I do I do to margin. I appreciate the call. You know, somebody said to me earlier today, you said, you know the president's heart. Is in the right place. I don't think so. I don't think the president's heart is in the right place. I think that he was nasty. I think he was disrespectful. And I don't believe that this is something that the president should mandate by any stretch of the imagination. And again threatening the livelihoods of you know, 8200 million Americans is simply wrong. Let's see here. Steve is in Kansas City. Stephen is in Kansas City on Reddit Radio. Stephen, I've got about 30 seconds. Go ahead. Okay. I just want to make a point that you know 80% of the people that are any hospitals and all this stuff, which, by the way, there's not that many people dying at the moment. All these people are all be so it's like when you're going to mandate that we have to get up and eat right and exercise. Like after this like I mean, just This is like, seriously insanity and like literally, I don't need to make up an excuse of why I'm not going to get the vaccine literally. They just came out with the article the other day about how the United States funded research and move on lab and When Anthony Fauci is sitting here, over and over and over again three months ago, telling.
"75 years old" Discussed on KCRW
"But help is arriving to dig out these towns and haul away debris on Grand Isle. At the very tip of southern Louisiana, A National Guard bulldozer was clearing dunes of sand that IDA dropped on the main road. But here again, the scale of work ahead is hard to wrap your mind around. A lot of the houses on this barrier island are just gone sheered away. It makes you wonder. Where do you start? Where do you start jewels? Baldwin was checking on his vacation camp, which sits up high on pilings. Looking out from the deck, Goldman said he's not sure what will happen next to this town. I got to feel a lot of people won't be back. Some people that got totally destroyed. A couple miles down the road. I climbed the ladder to talk with Jim King his house to sits up high on pilings of precaution. After the last big storm. We moved down here three months before Katrina lost. Everything we owned Started over again. King is 75 years old. He rode out, Ida right here. Part of the house broke off while he was inside. You can't describe anything because all it was was wind and rain. You can't see nothing. I hear nothing but rain and wind, King said his wife who didn't want to talk with me went to a shelter during Ida. King said she thinks he was crazy for staying. And when he saw how much destruction there was, he agreed with her. Now they've been told they might have to make do for a month without electricity, using their generator and camping out in their RV, King said. He really loves it here. But sometimes it's hard to remember why. Yeah, there's some good and some bad. Let me tell you what, And this, too, is the thing. People told me as they begin to rebuild one more time. They love life on this coast, but it's getting harder to sustain. Brian Mann NPR news At some point over the last 18 months. Each of us has probably thought about taking up some new past time. Some of us have even followed through. A gesture itself improvement or just a way not to go store crazy and couple times. Some of us have even taken up a musical instrument. Perhaps the piano Last fall, Bridget Shia took up the piano. A year later, she became the youngest winner of the prestigious elite International Music Competition, which grants the.
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"75 years old" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Worst. They actually it's worse than Katrina hit here. As far as the water is concerned, we have some serious winds. He told me he found his house swamped by mud and muck thrown up by the storm. So, with that highway south of New Orleans blocked I back tracked and caught a ferry across the Mississippi River. The day was windless and the sun blistering on the far side of the river in this tiny little town called Phoenix. I met you Quan E Bank are working with her family hauling sofas and mattresses out of their house. Right now we're dealing with mold of flood. From the water from the roof, The floors being damaged and the walls off and everything falling apart is the last to recover from anchor said her family has enough food and water there cooking on a charcoal grill. But they still haven't had any contact with FEMA or other aid programs. They don't have insurance and anchor said she's not sure what to do. So we're looking forward for someone to come and help us out with some things and Hopefully, things go great for us. I heard this again and again hope as people start cleaning up and rebuilding, but also exhaustion and confusion. Did see FEMA centers and aid stations along the road as they drove. But the scale of this disaster is daunting, and a lot of these towns are really isolated. People told me. It's hard to get good information. There's still no power cell phone service is spotty. There's no Internet. There are mile long lines just to get gasoline. But help is arriving to dig out these towns and haul away debris on Grand Isle At the very tip of southern Louisiana National Guard bulldozer was clearing dunes of sand that IDA dropped on the main road. But here again, the scale of work ahead is hard to wrap your mind around. A lot of the houses on this barrier island are just gone sheered away. It makes you wonder. Where do you start? Where do you start jewels? Baldwin was checking on his vacation camp, which sits up high on pilings. Looking out from the deck, Goldman said he's not sure what will happen next to this town. I got to feel a lot of people won't be back. Some people that got totally destroyed. A couple miles down the road. I climbed the ladder to talk with Jim King his house to sits up high on pilings. The precaution after the last big storm. We moved down here three months before Katrina lost. Everything we owned started over again. King is 75 years old. He wrote out, Ida right here. Part of the house broke off while he was inside. You can't describe anything because all it was was wind and rain. You can't see nothing. I hear nothing but rain and wind, King said his wife, who didn't want to talk with me went to a shelter during Ida. King said she thinks he was crazy for staying. And when he saw how much destruction there was, he agreed with her. Now they've been told they might have to make do for a month without electricity, using their generator and camping out in their RV, King said. He really loves it here. But sometimes it's hard to remember why. Yeah, there's some good and some bad. Let me tell you what, And this, too, is the thing. People told me as they begin to rebuild one more time. They love life on this coast, but it's getting harder to sustain. Brian Mann NPR news Later on morning edition. Some parents in China are embracing the strategy known as chicken blood parenting to maximize their child's success in the future..
"75 years old" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"What can't Joe Biden do? Trump points out. That he is standing in the gap. I know a lot of people hate talk like that. No, I don't view the man as a god or Second coming of Christ. But he has proven time and time again. He's standing up for the American people, and he's doing it again with this lawsuit here. And he realizes that cut 15. And of course, there is no better evidence. Big tech is out of control than the fact that they banned the sitting president of the United States earlier this year, a band that continues to this day. Continues, so we get the word out. But it's not a fair situation very, very bad for this country very bad for the world. If they can do it to me, they can do it to anyone. And in fact, that is exactly what they're doing. Even even in that cut. It's not a very direct needle, but he is kind of needling Joe Biden there. They deep platform and a sitting president earlier this year. Middle finger to Joe Biden. Let's see Just a couple more here. This cut was in the intro. But it's It's pretty funny. Cut 17. You know a lot of people ask me about Dr Fauci. I like Dr fact you actually get along with them. Great. But they said, Why didn't you fire him? I said no. He was good. He'd recommend something. I do the opposite. And we always turned out to be around, sir. Don't close the borders to China. We closed them very early, get no credit for anything. But these are minor details and He's so with it is so with it when he is 74 going on, 75. Is he 75 years? I'm not know He's 75 right. He just turned 75 Flag Day is his birthday just turned 75 years old. Joe Biden is only three years ahead of him even three years ago. Joe Biden wasn't this articulate one more before we go to the break. This is pretty funny. One of the people that signed onto the class action lawsuit. Was in the in the notes to be introduced. President Trump went to introduce them. He was informed that his flight had been delayed. And this is what happened. Cut Cut 16. Kelly. Thank you for your bravery. Please say a few words. Thank you..
"75 years old" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Just in. John McAfee, The creator of the famous McAfee anti virus software, has been found dead in his sale cell in a jail near Barcelona, Spain, Reportedly a suicide. Earlier today, he was ordered extradited from Spain to the U. S. To face tax evasion charges. He was 75 years old in our continuing coverage of campaign 2020, Michigan Senate Republicans who investigated that state's presidential elections say there was no widespread fraud report says the attorney general should consider investigating people who have made false allegations about results to raise money or publicity. The Republican led state Senate Oversight Committee, said Michigan should be confident that the outcome of the election as reported represent the true results. Of course, Trump and his allies have push long debunked conspiracy theories and false info about voter fraud. Including here in Georgia. It is believed to be the oldest bourbon in existence, said it is from Georgia. And it goes on the auction block next week. Mind blowing something like this would last as long as it did rare spirits expert Joseph Hyman talks about this bottle of old Ingle Do whiskey of which the University of Georgia did the carbon 14 testing probability of 17 60 roughly 2 1800 bottled in the mid 18 hundreds right there on the bottle. LaGrange, Georgia ownership from the J. P. Morgan family to top level politic. The names of the time Early bids have the price around $20,000 for whoever gets it. I doubt anybody's going to actually open it and drink it. Edgar Trade 95.5 WSB WSB news time 505 breaking news first and accurate at the top and bottom of every hour every day. 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk When calling a business. Wouldn't it be great to get your answers and talk to the right people right away? I'm Jason Boehner,.
"75 years old" Discussed on KTOK
"I have to slow it down like that. But he says that this upcoming season will be his last, meaning that he'll be 75 years old when he finally calls it a career next spring. And you know most of us. Brad Kerry will retire well before that age, and it's safe to say that, uh, Coach K. He's probably, uh, built a much bigger nest egg than any of us. But what kind of advice would you give to a client? Brad? Who says Okay, I'm about a year out from retirement. What is specific to someone who's that close? Well, I was going to get to jump in with. Yeah, I'm I'm absolutely and my dad is 75 okay? And he's still I'll say, Dad, are you working? He's like, Well, I guess so. They keep sending me a check, and so he he goes in and does some stuff at 75. He's an architect. He's enjoying. He's still enjoying working and it just enough to you know. Keep them a little bit busy. Okay, mostly he's restores old cars, but 75 so I don't know. Brad and I will probably work. I don't know indefinitely just because you like your job. I've always told my clients. I'm going to work. As long as the Lord allows me to work because I really enjoy what I do. And, uh And I feel like we're called to serve and and so that's something I know I can bring value to other people, and I can serve them in a in a way. That is unique because I'm going to always do what's in their interest. And and once we develop that relationship, it's a lifelong relationship. So I've I've got so many people over the last two decades that you make commitments to and I want to be there to serve them as long as I possibly can. But yes, 75 was extended age to entire. Yeah, definitely. And you're right. People are so different as far as some people at 40 40 years old or dreaming about the day that they don't have to go back to work again. And they just wanna, you know, hit the beach and and that's totally fine. But as you said, then some folks just they don't know what to do with themselves. If they don't go to work, and they're not happy. If they're not going somewhere each day to do what they do, and none of those is a right or wrong. It's what works for that individual and again. I mentioned it earlier in the show that is the beauty of sitting down and talking with you, Brad because That isn't something that you're going to say. Well, you shouldn't do it that way. You shouldn't do it this way. It's what would you like to do? And let's figure out how to get you there. Yeah, I mean, there's so many conversations that we have. And typically this is at the end of our first meeting when we have kind of narrow down, all right, when when do you want to retire? The variation of answers that you get to that question is really fascinating because Some people will look at me and they'll say yesterday and and then other people look at me and say I don't really want to, but I feel you know, at 73 74 75. I probably should. And I tell them, you know if you enjoy what you're doing, You're fulfilled in what you're doing, and you're bringing benefit and serving others. There's not a reason that you have to retire. I mean, it's really what you're called to do. And so every situation is different, But I'm also on the on the opposite side of that. I'm a little troubled when I have someone that as you said, they're in their forties or fifties and And they want to retire. Now. You know, I encountered that and I asked people well, Are you happy at what you're doing now, and typically, people want to retire really early. That's indication that they're not really fulfilled at what they're doing, and and I'll share with them. You know, I love what I do. I'm going to do this for as long as I physically and mentally can It's not a money driven decision. It's purely a decision of I enjoyed so much, and I want that for those that I serve and I'll encourage younger people. They're not in doing what they really love to be doing. Then go find it. Don't stay in a position where you don't feel fulfilled. Well, we had a client that she was a detective who is B I O and she's she's young, but she was not fulfilled and he said What is your dream job? And she said, I would like to be a gemologist. Huh? Guess what she does now She's a simple did it And at what age was this? Do you remember one saying her 30? She's okay. Branson. You're You're too young not to enjoy. Oh, yeah. Yeah, And he said and and just encouraged her so many times. Have you looked into Jim Ology school? I guess that's what it's called. Yeah. School that's called mining, Actually. Yeah. The school of mining. Out in Colorado. And she did and makes beautiful jewelry and buys beautiful stones from all over the world. And it's so happiness. She's our gemologist. And now we Here we go. We have our own personal gemologist. Actually, she now loves her job. Oh, yeah, because you bought exactly Yeah, recently. Yeah. Pain full circle for sure. Chase. Well bought a wedding ring through her. Yeah, Yeah, okay. It's very It was very she I mean, she was so helpful now, and she was so grateful that she had that conversation because I'm not Sure that either she wasn't I mean, I know she didn't like what she was doing, but also just that positive reinforcement to you know that somebody gave her Brad sitting across the table from her, really? Propped her up and and gave her that when she needed to go. And Yeah, just a little little guidance there and that that reminds me of someone close to me Who decided they wanted to make a career change. I won't say late in life you let's see 58. But it makes me curious Brad and carry or chase either any of you when is it too late to decide? I don't really love this anymore. I want to change careers, I would say once you've passed away Oh, okay. There you go. Oh, really? Yeah. I mean, I just I think that life is just full of such opportunity that no matter what age if you're ready to try something new, go out and do it. I mean, you get one shot at this, You better make the most of it and So I encourage my clients at all stages. Hey, if you see something fascinating out there that you think that you would do well at and we fulfilling, then let's figure out a way that we can make that happen. So you can pursue this. And in worst case scenario, if it doesn't work out, more than likely you can return back to where you're at. So let's develop a plan and get you there. I like that. I like that answer. But just like anything else, though, I I would imagine if especially if you're Little bit older and you decide. You do want to make a change like that. You've got a plan for that as well. You can't just, you know, just quit your job. You don't want to do it haphazard with without a plan and without back up and without savings,.
The Bobby Bones Show
"75 years old" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"What we call necker island today my friends. That's crazy day Okay eddie. I'm gonna go offer a bunch of like fifty thousand dollars for them. I love your show with amy on this hundred acres of those. Who did you forty. Two million pounds of wings will be consumed on super bowl. And i don't know what that means. Person raymond amy for the win. Amy as well okay. We're all down to the final fun. Facts it all comes down to this one. Who's ever fact is more fun. It's a fun champion of the week of this is the last one. Oh you have on your back pocket. I don't don't ask for advice advice. I think i've done it. But i can't remember what will you remember but then i've done it. I risk it that it's so good. Oh okay here we go. That number one raimondo. You won that one. So you go. I have i done this go ahead. I don't know man when jack. Nicholson royer when. Jack nicholson was thirty seven. He found out that the woman he thought was his sister was actually his mother so his mom got pregnant when she was sixteen and the family was like. Whoa like you're you're like a you can have the baby stay with us. And we'll raise him so his mother. I'm all And then when he was thirty seven years old old before he realized that he said when jack nicholson was thirty seven he found out the woman he thought was. His sister was his mother. Serve me now based ago going. You're not my mom you're my sister minnie mom crazy. That's pretty wild earth. It is very interesting. It is go ahead lunchbox. Oh yeah matthew mcknight. He holds the world record for the greatest distance thrown in a car accident and living. Oh yeah he's an off-duty paramedic lead polls over to help someone on the side of the road and a car going seventy miles. An hour hits him and he flies a hundred eighteen feet. That's half a football field and he lived. That's incredible and that's what we call. Miracles do happen traumatic. It is traumatic for his whole life to know he was like the nurse trauma. Fill the nurse sort of you should send that into the guinness book of world record is like yeah right. He's in the guinness book of world records. Ray congrats to matthew mcknight but not to lunch box that we've heard the giant when you know he's that for okay. Raoult's amy eddie. Ooh this is tough tougher than i thought. Michael mcknight kind of fun. But i've never heard this jack. Nicholson one. so that's pretty crazy to me. I'm going amy. I'm going and there's great champion fax. Wow lucky you. You can't take down the grand champion. it's hard it is. I'm saying today was hard cajal fox poster to the limit though. I had to get it when you're up you now. Lunch boxes just banned himself from judging next week. A comment like that. Me morgan rayo. That'd be the judge. Okay amy congratulations. You are the fun fact. Friday champion. amy everybody voicemail. We got last night. I was just listening to the podcast. And i just heard about amy's mammogram experience. And i'm actually mammogram for and florida. And i just wanted to say thank you for spreading the word about how many maghazi is a great tool for early indication of breast cancer. And how important stuff exams are. and how. We're not the scariest people i promise. Mammographies are nice people too. So thank you guys and keep in the good word have a great day. No i didn't know that's they were memo. Gophers miami's here's a leash from seattle morning studio race. You are an inspiration for my best friend's wedding that i'm going to in europe in three weeks thanks guys. I hope i see many raised. That wedding like i saw on instagram story. Thank you become a cult hero. For how drunk you at mighties wedding. I don i thought it was going to be a positive influence on people but i mean i guess Inspired her you. People people are now going. Hey if raising your wedding. He doesn't do that well. 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Your health forward visit go forward dot com today to learn more. That's go forward com lab pile of stories. So texas woman is sounding the alarm after finding a tracking device in purse. After an evening out she went out to dinner with some friends when she got home. She was cleaning out her bag and she found one of those tiles trackers. Something you can put with your wallet or your purse or your keys so if you lose them you can track them down. Only problem is it did not belong to her so she thinks it was lift into her bag by somebody that then could track where she was going ball of her home where she lives and i think as long as you stay within a certain group since yes you can track it so if it was someone that was at the same restaurants the ice just look at her and then you know he'll kinda know where she's going that's freaky stuff. It is for sure. She said she took a little. I don't know if there's a battery or she somehow deactivated deactivated. It and contacted the police and then put a psa upon tiktok. But what do you do. Go to your purse before you leave every single place. That's the thing like what do you do to prevent that. I mean you're already watching for repose around you guy no or maybe just make sure you've got a handle on where your purses at all times and that it's not open or available for someone to slip something. Although i mean if people are sneaking and good at this and that's obviously what they train themselves to do for you not to catch them. That's that's crazy. So mirror and morris was saying and that ryan heard is outgoing and she is really shy and she says that his outgoing trae is one that she wishes that she had. I'm like very shy. And i consider myself an introvert. So yeah if we ever walk into a room. And i don't know anyone i feel like he'll be okay but i need like a drink in my hand or something to feel like okay. I can have this conversation do so. Is there a characteristic of caitlyn's that you wish you had. Yeah a lot. I mean she is very much a natural athlete. She's when we play ball. She's the best athlete out there. She may not win because sometimes she's like amd i'm good. I'm tired but she's the best shooter. Her family's very athletic. I wish i had a a sort of natural ability. He's also funnier than i am. Which stinks that's all. I've been rewarded for my whole life. And then she just smarter than i am so basically i wish i could just take her and then crawl inside her body and just be heard. Yeah so yeah a lot of that. But she's also very good in a room where i'm not roman built like erin. I walk into a room. And if i'm not on like if it's not always here to perform he's here to do something i'm like. Nobody wants to talk to me. And so i'm very much like i just going to hang out in the back where she will go right into a room and and make people like her.
"75 years old" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The fiscal year, it's expected to come close to last year's record of more than three trillion. The Treasury Department says spending is outpaced tax receipts as the economy covers from the pandemic. And last month alone, the deficit was 132 billion, roughly a third of what it was a year earlier. 10 senators planning to present their infrastructure deal to the White House, the five Democrats and five Republicans, hoping it will revive bipartisan negotiations. They agreed to spend nearly $1 trillion over five years to improve roads, bridges, pipes and Internet connections. They say it won't increase taxes, But the White House still needs to find out how it will be paid for the Senate is adjourned until Monday. President Biden and the leaders of half a dozen other economic powers and the president of the European Commission beginning three days of meetings today as the 47th G seven summit gets underway. NBC's Chris Pallone has some details. Over the next three days. The G seven leaders are expected to discuss trade, cyber security and climate change. Topics expected to come up at next week's NATO meeting as well before the president returns home, he'll meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Switzerland. This is Biden's first G seven summit as president, part of his eight day European mission to reset the tone of relations between Washington and traditional US allies, joining Biden and the European Commission president. The leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the U. K a covid 19 variant first detected in India on the rise in the U. S. And it has some experts worried. Baylor Infectious disease expert Dr Peter Hotez says the delta variant hitting right as states relax restrictions. I'm worried that this one they take off this summer just like we had a surge last summer. Dr Hotez says Current vaccines are effective against that variant. A man who bonded out of jail last month accused of posing as a police officer to coerced sex from his victims has been arrested again. 28 year old Rashid months here is accused of attempted sexual battery, kidnapping and armed robbery. Police say he once again posed as a police officer. It is essentially the same allegations as in this case, he allegedly picked up a woman on the street. Got her into his car when she got into his car, advised her that he was Hollywood police officer and forced her into sexual acts. Monsour was booked into the Broward County Jail this time without bond. And the Dolphin is going to be back on the training field next week. Miami is set.
KNBR The Sports Leader
"75 years old" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Era has has up the most games? I mean, coming, Mac managed for eternity. There was no empire that lasted that long back way back then. I mean, why didn't people diet? You know, like the age of 40? Because they got too much and they drink. You know water that had You know, like horse manure in it? I don't know. I have no idea. Show West sticking around the clock behind the plate for this game tonight, Or is he just gonna be one of the bases Do we know I don't know. But he seems. I mean, I don't know him, but he seems totally full of himself. I mean, when I when I say that I'm watching me the day I think it was he doing one of the game from the Giants from Pittsburgh, Maybe. Anyway, I believe you or was Cincinnati my been since today, But most of the show is signing autographs. I saw that. Yeah, he's signing the autographs. He's not looking at the kid. He's not even looking at the paper. He's just like, you know, it was like like like he's Joe DiMaggio. And it's 1940 or something. It's like it's crazy. I mean, Seriously. You're no empire. You know. I mean, you can't look the kid in the face. I mean, is it that humdrum? Is it that you know, you know, route you know, Monday night? This point they somebody asking if your signature came in looking on the face of Jesus. I couldn't believe how he seemed to kind of brushing. He was signing their autographs. So that's good. But okay, what? No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. That That is the thing we're missing. He's signing autographs in the middle of a game and umpire. I saw Sonny autographs for your child. So fish do I do to help the West was because there's no young child out there that is a fan of umpires. Okay, They just don't work that way. So his parents more likely his grandparent's put him up to that. Let's get that out of the way first. Now that we have that established, it is weird that an umpire is signing autographs. Even if that empire is Joe West, and I guess the fact that It is Joe West makes it weirder. Come on, man. It is seriously It's like the old you're not the show. But then you're signing autographs is kind of seems like a contradiction. But I think to be an empire, though you do. You have to have some. I'm a pretty cool guy inside of you. You have to be very confident in yourself and almost arrogant because you are even know the best umpires like the best referees. Are the ones you don't talk about. You still know, especially when you're behind the plate. You're that dude. That most people's eyes are are either on you or play only notice. If you screw up. You're getting your NFL cornerback with the best ones, right? Or the worst ones I get guess we screw up, they notice you, but there's still a measure of I'm the dude in charge, and you have to have a certain what's the best way to put it? You have to have a certain belief in yourself as a human being to want to do that job of when I'm behind the plate. I'm the guy in charge and doesn't Joe West seem like the type of guy that really enjoys being the guy in charge? Of course he does, Which is why he's 75 years old, and he's about to break a record that's been around for eight decades as he's gonna empire his 5376 games. Of course, he likes people knowing who he is, Which is why they let him cook and put out that horrible country music record. Yeah, that was bad, Um, one of the greatest stare downs of all time. Is him and Bumgardner. I mean, just just for the length because when you play the highlight, you're like, really, really. They're still and then Bumgarner just so stubborn. Joe West, so stubborn. They didn't want to. They don't want to admit it. But those guys have the same damn guy just separated by a few generations and they're just staring at each other. I was beautiful, Just beautiful. And you know what? I was gonna give him. Do we know who gave him first there? I have to go back. Okay? That's a very good question. I'm not sure I'm going ahead. I think you're saying go lose knows no staring contest. Joe West, they go lose. No, I'm to do that's in charge here contest that fuels that man's life and has for the entirety of His his adult life. Joe West will be behind the plate tonight T o to break that record, hey, will break the record of Hall of Fame Empire, Bill Klim and again. This is a record that has stood for 80 years. Wow. What Jo Jo go, but that that measure of longevity doing that job. There's something to be said for that. However, um it's good gig, by the way, if you like I do enjoy giving him Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean, I'm sure he's been quite well compensated. To what to do that job, But hey, man, He's the cat in charge so good for him. Just don't put out another record. Joe. Please seriously another record more vanilla ice. Maybe they could tour together. Oh, just maybe ill. Oh, man. What if it was up for what? What would you do if your favorite band The concert. You're most looking forward to announce tomorrow that Joe West was gonna open for you Just spend more time in the parking on pre partying. So West opened up or I wouldn't go to that show. I can't. I can't be a part of that. I want to go to this show, but I got a dilemma. What is it? Well, Joe West will be doing the opening. Gonna open for what? Yeah. You know what? I'd go? I'd go at heckle me. I don't understand. You will be out and home cannot harbor stakes. You terrible, awful. Hard. You don't say all your heckling is.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"75 years old" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Turn. Go on, sir. Hey, you know, I just think if you want to wear the mask, and I'm not gonna make fun of nobody for wearing a mask, I wore one out of respect a certain places. Chance not to code in certain places because I didn't want to wear a mask. And you know my opinion was, the whole thing was blown out of proportion. Make political now. That's beside the point. But If you feel what you need that man square that Matt so I'm not gonna make fun of you. And I'm not like my pants. 75 years old. He feels comfortable wearing a man where it I'm 15. Don't think I mean it. I don't work. That's that's on me. And that's all you know. That's on your own personal all your own personal cell. Did you and your pops both get your vaccines. No, No, my dad did. I did not. Okay. I just wondered. I think I'll be honest with you. I would say this real quick. I got Covitz. I never got diagnosed with it, but I know Kobe That was one of the first ones with it like in Early early January, 2020 and I was I was sick for a week and a half. It was it was bad. It was tough. You know, this was before all that, you know, we gotta shut there on the came out. And I'll be honest with you since I got that sick have been had. I haven't been sick once, since that's a good scenario. What is your doctor said about the vaccine? Because that's a thing people call it. But you're not the experts like no. I'd like to have experts on. I'd like to ask the questions because the more I talk to people, the more I learn. So what does your doctor said? I asked him what the long term effects are because you know, we don't know yet, And that's why I'm not getting it. You know if you told me and said if it shot it is out for 10 years, and this comes back around again. And then nobody. You know they've had some problems with the shot, you know, minimal compared to the number of people vaccinated like I go back to like when my grandmother was alive, and she told me she had polio, and she told me about the vaccine coming to market and her kids, My mom and her siblings and so on. And it was a situation where I mean, as soon as it was available. They were they were getting it to everybody is that it possibly could, because obviously, polio was not a good scenario. Just the way this is. I mean, I'm still trying to process some people act like it's not been a big deal. But nearly you know, over 600,000 people aren't here anymore in the states and like new dead people from something completely new. That is, it boggles my mind to think about it, because I mean that the city of Cincinnati has what 3 to 400,000 people. I think living in the city proper if I'm not mistaken, that's like an entire city area like that. Us just gone. That is hard to process for me. I'll go with you or Matt and I think some people did. They have a rough time and I think they decide and I think it was the older people in the and the you know, old folks home what happened? Um And I know a lot of people had a rough time about that, and you mentioned the polio shot. Now, if you do a little history and you look back on the polio shot, they had problems with those two and and it's. It's called the problems so they got it straightened out. I don't know the whole history upon it in their science and technology now is so much better. It's ridiculous because you know if it was that technology and what they had available to those researchers, then for now, we'd still be suffering through this in our economy will be in, you know, in the toilet and every Thing else. I mean, science technology, medicine researchers. I bowed down and say Thank you all those medical people who have helped it to make it so that we're in a place and everybody else a part of it. Getting back to normal. Finally, I'm against the wall in time with the Nazca Go ahead. Final thought to heaven. One with quick. I think I heard community and people naturally being getting immune to this is very important too. And I think people you know, I'm kind of a big guy, and I'm not in the greatest shape as I once, Woz. Exactly, but, you know, we just started. I started drinking a little bit more orange juice. I started taking my pills thinking you were gonna say bourbon. I was I went the other way. I'm sorry. I wasn't running away like I don't have to go anywhere. Today. There's another room in the back yard. With the bonfire. You're healthy. You're drinking orange juice and being healthy and I'm trying to be better at all that, Doug, I'm against the long time. I mean, thank you for the call was a great one. Those holding will try to get jealous. I got the bug doctor coming up. We'll talk about Brood X or 10 in the cicada invasion. That's a apparently headed our way. And my turtle right now in her, Terreri, Um, thing with her a time lights and everything. She probably already smells them already eager. She's you know, probably in her eighties and could very well outlive me. Back after news. The bug Doctor a lot more sterling on your Saturday afternoon 700 WLW news, Traffic and Weather news Radio 700. W L. Jellicle, Cincinnati, the worst cyber attack in history. How do.
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"Is ready to answer your call off the air and again that number 5715779968. All right, So we've talked to money. We've talked marriage. Now, let's talk a little bit about the market if you were among those cheering the recent Gamestop friends that you might want to rethink that enthusiasm. Well, much of the financial media played it off as the little guy beating the big bad hedge funds at their own game. It turns out that many of the little guys were hurt as wealthy. NBC points out that Lot of our pension plans are invested in those same hedge funds. Abe. What does that mean? Can our pensions take a hit Because of this? Absolutely, And so look what was happening in the market here with Gamestop and AMC, and some of the other stocks is craziness. It's nuts. What's happened, and that's why you know, as a firm Heather, We're not stock pickers. Okay, we are retirement planners were retirement income planners were a fiduciary firm. We helped free retirees in retirees, pretty much people. 55 up approaching retirement or just in helping them with this transition from there working career into retirement, So we're not stock pickers. If you're asking us about Gamestop, we know what you do, you know by looking at, you know, CNN money and all these websites about what's going on so But, yes, hedge funds in the way they invest can effect pension funds and vice versa. You know, sometimes pension funds will hire out hedge funds to help them manage. The pension fund. So this type of thing going on in the market between you know all of the individual investors, you know, on the Reddit platform, and then some of the hedge funds, This'll condemn it. We have a ripple effect to the average American. And so it's something to pay attention to, And really, it puts again even more onus and responsibility on us as individual. Americans to make sure we're doing everything possible to plan for a successful retirement where we can retire with as much dignity and confidence possible. We just help the gentleman who recently called into our show Heather and he lives in Alexandra. He's 75 years old and he's widowed. Listen, Alexandra, and he's working for the government. Not because he has to, but because he wants to. He wants to stay busy. He is healthy. He is very sharp. He acts like he's you know, 60 to 65 75. He does have a pension. He hassle security. He's got working in come through the government. He's gotta TSP. He's got some annuities. He's got some market based investments. He really has it all. But he called into the show because, although he has all this stuff he has never had a plan. Or he never had a plan. Every tire mint income plan a road map a GPS for the second phase of his life, so he wanted a firm to help him put all of this together. Into an actionable plan that he could follow every single year and make sure that plan keeps up with his life because obviously he's 75 you start to get up there a little bit. And when he does pull the trigger and say, even the team, I'm officially retired. He wants to know where all of his income would come from. That makes sense, right? Yeah, so we helped him put that together. And so his problems were when he came to us. He had no plan and he wanted to know if he needed to retire that he could. One of the biggest questions we get from anyone that meets with us. Can I retire? And if so, is that now or do I have to wait a few years and save more money? Eh? So we helped him put together this comprehensive income plan. We helped him to reduce risk in his portfolio because nine out of 10 people that come to us Heather are taking on more risk in the market than they need to. You don't have to take on a lot of risk. To get decent returns over time, so we helped him to reduce risk in his portfolio..
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"Order has been dismissed by the state Supreme Court. Was Ryan here is talk to the people involved. The court decided in favor of Sheriff Jon Snow as a ruling that law enforcement has discretion over how they enforce the law. Discretion. The petitioner Arthur West says, he acknowledges, But to say that we're not gonna enforce say bank robberies were just gonna educate people who rob banks that would encourage more people to rob banks. Sheriff's Naza tells me there's already a false perception. They're just looking to make arrests, but that his department will hold people accountable. Whether it's just with a little education or Refer. Deputy needs to write a ticket. Why would I want any citizen to feel like if they're not wearing a mask that they need to run away from Long Force Mint? If I'm just going to go talk to him and remind them that maybe it's a good idea for you to wear a mask. And these are the reasons why West says he could appeal to a higher court, but that he probably won't Ryan Harris Camo news. Some 160 businesses have left downtown Seattle amid the pandemic, and according to the downtown Seattle Association, it's not all about economics more from Cuomo's Jeff Pooja alone. No one can argue that the economic collapse hasn't hit business is hard, but he s a president John School, says City Hall has made the problem worse. This entire conversation that our council is lead is really lacked. Clear. Objectives on outcomes. It's just bad policy making. He points to the lack of progress on the homeless situation and the council's effort to defund police but schools and said there is cause for optimism, saying that while more than 160 businesses have left downtown Seattle in the last year 90 new ones have set up shop and moved in. Jeff Pooja look come on. News hits at County Man is charged with attacking police officers for a third time. 47 year old Matthew Anderson was released twice without bail late last year. In those two cases, Anderson pleaded not guilty, then released from kits at county jail. And Tuesday morning, Bremerton police officers responded to 911 calls about a man making threats with a hammer at a local learning center. When officers arrived. They say Anderson kicked one of them before they could make an arrest. Gentle school District Superintendent Denise Juno says she has some regrets about how the district has navigated the pandemic or handling of the emergency over the last year, said to be one of the reasons the school board Opted not to extend her contracts more from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson district is under investigation for taking too long to get those special ed students back into classrooms. But do you know explains their approach was different than many district's thought It was important to maintain that connection for students going to places where they were used to talking to the teacher that they knew and loved. And then also our teachers having access to passions that they were in it, so it took a little longer to make those matches. She says she does regret they were not prepared to get every student a laptop and WiFi connection when students were first sent home last spring, and she says teachers Didn't get all the help they needed for online learning, and those first months she is leaving at the end of June. Her replacement for the next year as interim superintendent, is expected to be Dr Brent Jones, who served as Gino's director of equity and engagement. The school board will finalize that decision on February 24th Carleen Johnson come on news Shell Oil has paid a $191,000 fine for the release of pollutants from its refinery in Anacortes. During refinery maintenance on February 20th 2015 Several operating procedures were violated, resulting in the release of about £700 of pollutants sulfide. Another chemicals were released over a period of more than three hours. Emissions. Second, many and surrounding areas and some sought medical attention find comes as part of a settlement with the EPA over Clean Air Act violations. Homo news time is 10 40 for the beacon Plumbing Sports desk. COLLEGE basketball Tonight. Washington State beats the U C l A Bruins 81 to 73 You see us see the Trojans take the Huskies 69 to 54. Almost Bill Swartz says tennis has taken off during the pandemic, grabbing a couple of rockets, hitting the ball back and forth one of the few safe activities during the pandemic. The United States Tennis Association says there were three million new players last year, a 44% increase over 2019 and new tennis racket sales were up nearly 40%. First tennis Grand Slam of the year. The Australian Open Now on day four women's one seed Ashleigh Barty and men's two seed Ruffin Adult cruised into Round three. The National Hockey League is added some game day. Rapid covert tests for players results returned and 30 minutes and that's on top of the more accurate PCR test. Western Hockey League U. S division will drop the puck on a shortened season March 19th Seattle Thunderbirds Everitt Silver Tips will play games exclusively against Portland, Spokane and the Tri Cities, No playoffs, and Still no Spectators allowed Sports A 10 and 40 After the hour Bill Swerts come on, is call 1888 farmers to switch and you could save an average of $470 on your auto insurance..
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"Billig urged his colleagues to pass it what's before us today. Is a very big, very important next step of rental assistance and business assistance and childcare vaccine distribution support. 47 senators voted yes to voted No Governor Easley's expected to quickly sign the bill. Some 160 businesses have left downtown Seattle amid the pandemic, and according to the downtown Seattle Association, it's not all about economics more from Cuomo's Jeff Pooja alone. No one can argue that the economic collapse hasn't hit business is hard, but he s a president John School, says City Hall has made the problem worse. This entire conversation that our council is lead is really lacked clear objectives. On outcomes. It's just bad policy making. He points to the lack of progress on the homeless situation and the council's effort to defund police but schools and said there is cause for optimism, saying that while more than 160 businesses have left downtown Seattle in the last year 90 new ones have set up shop in moved in. Jeff Pooja Look come on. News it gets at county man is charged with attacking police officers for a third time. 47 year old Matthew Anderson was released twice without bail late last year. Those two cases. Anderson pleaded not guilty, then released from kits at county jail. Then Tuesday morning, Bremerton police officers responded to 911 calls about a man making threats with a hammer at a local learning center. Officers arrived. They say Anderson kicked one of them before they could make an arrest. Seattle School District Superintendent Denise Juno says she has some regrets about how the district has navigated the pandemic or handling of the emergency for the last year, is said to be one of the reasons the school board opted. Not to extend her contract more from Cole's Carleen Johnson. The district is under investigation for taking too long to get those special ed students back into classrooms. But do you know explains their approach was different than many district's thought It was important to maintain that connection for students going to places where they were used to talking to the teacher that they knew and loved. And then also our teachers having access to classrooms that they were in it, so it took a little longer to make those matches. She says she does regret they were not prepared to get every student a laptop and WiFi connection when students were first sent home last spring, and she says teachers Didn't get all the help they needed for online learning, and those first months she is leaving at the end of June. Her replacement for the next year as interim superintendent is expected to be Dr Brent Jones, who served as Gino's director of equity and engagement. The school board will finalize that decision on February. 24th Carleen Johnson Come on news news time 8 40 for the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk in college basketball tonight. Right now in the second half, the USC Trojans Lead the Huskies 58 44 in the first half. Right now, it's the Cougars ahead of the U. C L. A Bruins 22 to 18 almost Bill Swartz says Tennis has taken off during our pandemic, grabbing a couple of rockets, hitting the ball back and forth one of the few safe activities during the pandemic. The United States Tennis Association. Says there were three million new players last year, a 44% increase over 2019 and new tennis racket sales were up nearly 40%, the first tennis grand Slam of the year. The Australian Open Now a day four women's one seed Ashleigh Barty, and men's two seed Ruffin. Adult cruised into Round three. The National Hockey League is added some game day. Rapid covert tests for players results returned and 30 minutes and that's on top of the more accurate PCR test. Western Hockey League. You Division will drop the puck on a shortened season. March 19th Seattle Thunderbirds. Average silver tips will play games exclusively against Portland, Spokane and the Tri Cities, No playoffs, and still no Spectators allowed Sports a 10 and 40 After the hour bill's words come on in is What you doing? Trying on glasses was sent his three d virtual triumph. Wow, That's pretty cool. But those glasses can I make you look like your uncle Bob? Oh, not exactly the look. I was going for Okay. How about these clear glasses? Oh, or these round ones? Very on trend. I like both on you. You know, I also like these aviator sunglasses. Wait, Are those the actual prices? I say, Get all of them. Seriously? Why not? Right? How old now? I want you glasses. Is any dot com quality prescription glasses starting at 6 95. That sound is why we fund lifesaving science..