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THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"83 years old" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"I am not a traitor. Starring Emmy Award winners Damian Lewis and Guy Pearce. You're trying to get me killed. Give me one reason why not. I lonesome. A spy among friends watch now, only on MGM plus. Coming up on 5 minute news. 40 migrants killed in fire at Mexico detention center. Judge rules Mike Pence should testify before grand jury. And Tennessee congressman says, we're not going to fix school shootings. It's Wednesday. March 29. I'm Anthony Davis. Fearing deportation migrants set mattresses ablaze at an immigration center in northern Mexico, starting a fire that killed at least 40 people the president said on Tuesday in one of the deadliest events ever at a Mexican immigration lockup. Hours after the fire broke out late Monday, rows of bodies were laid out under silver sheets outside the facility across from El Paso, Texas, and a major crossing point for migrants. Ambulances firefighters and vans from the morgue swarmed the scene. 29 people were injured and are indelicate serious condition according to the national immigration institute. At the time of the blaze 68 men from Central and South America were being held at the facility. Immigration authorities identified the dead and injured as being from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador, with guatemalans being the largest contingent, according to a statement from the Mexican attorney general's office. Mexico president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said the fire was started by migrants in protest after learning they would be deported. They never imagined that this would cause this terrible misfortune, he said, adding that the director of the country's immigration agency was on the scene. The detention facility is just a short walk from the U.S. border and across the street from city hall. At the facility's doors, Venezuelan migrants gathered to demand information about relatives. A federal judge has ruled that former vice president Mike Pence will have to testify before a grand jury in the Justice Department's investigation into efforts by the disgraced former president Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the results of the 2020 election. It's reported that Pence would not have to answer questions about his actions on January 6th when a mob of Trump supporters stormed the capitol building as Pence was presiding over a joint session of Congress to certify Joe Biden's victory. But he would have to testify about any potential illegal acts committed by the former president, Pence and his attorneys had cited constitutional grounds in challenging the grand jury's subpoena. They argued that because he was serving in his capacity as president of the Senate that day, he was protected from being forced to testify under the constitution's speech or debate clause, which is intended to protect members of Congress from questioning about official legislative acts. Trump's lawyers had also objected to Pence complying, citing executive privilege. Pence's team is evaluating whether it will appeal. The sealed ruling from U.S. district judge James boasberg set up the unprecedented scenario of a former vice president being compelled to give potentially damaging testimony against the president he once served. And it comes as Pence has been inching closer to announcing a run for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. A decision that would put him in direct competition with his former boss. After the latest massacre of schoolchildren in the United States, the Republican congressman Tim burchett answered the question Americans have all but given up asking of their elected officials by telling reporters we're not going to fix it. The three term congressman from Tennessee, the states where an intruder fatally shot three 9 year old students and three adults at a small Christian school on Monday appeared to compare the expectation of safety for American schoolchildren with that of soldiers fighting Japanese suicide attackers during the Second World War. It's a horrible, horrible situation, and we're not going to fix it. Asked whether there was a role for Congress to play in preventing tragedies that are exceedingly common in the U.S. while being exceedingly rare in the rest of the world, birchett responded, I don't see any real role that we could do other than mess things up. Honestly, I don't think you're going to stop the gun violence. Berchet has introduced one piece of legislation related to public safety during his tenure in Congress, the 2019 unmasking antifa act, the bill sought to create a new criminal civil rights violation for wearing a disguise while interfering with another person's exercise of a protected right or privilege. Had it passed, the bill would have punished people committing crimes while wearing masks with prison sentences of up to 15 years. Republicans, including Tennessee governor Bill Lee, have been accused of hypocrisy for providing their condolences following Monday's shooting, but refusing to support guns safety measures. You can subscribe to the 5 minute news Patreon for bonus videos, commentary and more go to Patreon dot com slash 5 minute news. Hello. This is Gary shehan. Welcoming you to check out the French history podcast. Our main show covers the history of France from the first humans until present. If you liked Mike Duncan's the history of Rome and wanted a similar program covering the land of beauty, culture and love, we are exactly that. We also host world renowned scholars who have delivered guest episodes on their specialties, including 18th century pirates, revolutionary booksellers in 20th century Paris, the special friendship between the Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson and numerous others. Learn what you love and listen to the French history podcast today.
NY Post: Refugee Returns to Ukraine to Chronicle 'the Real Side' of War
"Had already seen the worst of war she hid in an underground bunker last February with her 83 year old random grandmother Rita and her pit bull Nigel as Russian jets tore through Ukrainian skies during the war's opening salvo Schlitz she fled to Moldova by the way have you seen that news Yeah I mentioned this or no Or all ideologues now are can we at least inform ourselves Moldova's tiny little country on the border with Ukraine And there's a secret document that's just been released Not released but found Michael Weiss reporting On Friday National Security Council made a surprise announcement at The White House They determined the Kremlin was plotting to topple another European democracy Moldova They're seeking to stage and use protests in Moldova as a basis to so many manufactured insurrection against the government there What do you think about that Is that okay too Sure It's none of our business It's all the way over there in Europe You know we're Marxism started in fascism started in World War I started in World War II started Way way way over there where we sent the yanks over there our parents our ancestors Oh yeah to fight and die and get wounded and come home because the prior generation Not the one just behind us the generation prior to the generation that went to war Well they believed in passivity too
AP News Radio
Vietnam War veteran who broke barriers awarded Medal of Honor
"Recommended for the nation's highest military award, a Vietnam veteran has finally been honored. Retired colonel Paris Davis was one of the first black green beret combat commanders. One President Biden calls a true hero for risking his life amid heavy fire to save his soldiers during a 1965 firefight. His commander in turn recommended Davis for it the Medal of Honor. The president notes the paperwork was lost half a century ago. Not just once. But twice. This morning here at The White House, the president draped the medal on the now 83 year old Davis. You are everything this metal means. Outside minutes later, Davis did not dwell on the delay, but rather on the honor itself. This medal reflects what teamwork service and dedication can achieve. In
The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
Jay Leno Breaks Several Bones in 2nd Accident
"We wanted to talk about something that is, well, I don't know if we can really call it funny because it involves a very funny guy, Jay Leno, but this guy, it turns out he keeps getting seriously injured. We heard a few months ago. Yeah, for a few months ago back in November, he suffered second degree burns because he was doing something in his garage and it ignited. Well, hold on. Let me read. This is from an interview with Jay, I know, talking about this. He goes, I was underneath the car. I didn't had a clogged fuel line. And I asked my buddy to blow a little through the fuel light and boom, it hit me in the face with a quart of gas. There was a spark nearby and ignited it in my face caught on fire. I mean, it's hard to chuckle because it was. It was horrific. And we like Jay Leno, we're not like reveling in the verdict of Jay Leno. I mean, it's so sad. But he was very much, you know, like, hey guys, it's fine. It's fine. It's good. I'm good. And then. Well, what happened is this actually is amusing. Apparently Jay Leno had a second accident, but he didn't want to tell anybody about it because there had been a whole bunch of news reports on the burning. And so he thought, what the heck is so the second accident? Well, let's talk about the second accident. This is a motorcycle accident. He has multiple broken bones. And I think he broke his rib cage. Here we go, you got a scar across his neck, two broken ribs, two broken kneecaps, and a snapped collarbone. And then, of course, being Jay Leno. He goes, it's a little painful, but it's not the end of the world. Well, he goes, a 72 year old man driving an 83 year old motorcycle. What could go wrong? So, I mean, the thing about Jay Leno, first of all, this guy loves anything that moves. Any type of vehicle. And the faster the better. You know the Ellen's 204 stars. I did. And 168 motorcycles. He talks about that when he was on The Tonight Show. He talked about all his car collection and all that. So I knew he loved all that.
AP News Radio
83-year-old nun released 5 months after kidnapping in Africa
"At 83 year old missionary nun from Louisiana has been released nearly 5 months after she was kidnapped from her bed in the West African country of Burkina Faso A letter sent to the marianites of holy cross said sister suellen Tennyson was free and in U.S. hands in Niger's capital An ordered leader said Tennyson was kidnapped in the middle of the night on April 4th In her pajamas and without her glasses or blood pressure medicine She had worked in Burkina Faso since 2014 Her kidnapping came at a time of escalating violence and jihadi attacks in the country I'm Walter ratliff
AP News Radio
Retired Justice Stephen Breyer joining Harvard law faculty
"Now that he's off the Supreme Court Stephen Breyer is heading back to school Breyer graduated from Harvard Law and taught there for nearly three decades The school says he's coming back as a Professor of administrative law Breyer literally wrote the book co authoring a textbook on the law surrounding government agencies It's you mister college student that you mister law school students earlier this year the 83 year old Breyer said he wants to make sure younger generations are ready to keep up what he calls America's great constitutional experiment They'll determine whether the experiment still works Sagar Meghani Washington
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
AJ Looks at the Cluster of Presidential Deaths on July 4th
"The close cluster of July 4th, as really weird. Especially given the prehistoric prehistoric, the historic importance of that day. The first adult Thomas Jefferson was 83 years old at the time. And he was bedridden for a month with a bunch of different physical bullshit ailments. He called a fever on July 3rd, died the next day. At his home in Monticello, Virginia. Meanwhile, since hundred miles away and Quincy Massachusetts, 90 year old John Adams was also on his deathbed. And he died soon after that. Entirely unaware of Jefferson's passing. Adams oblivious last words were reportedly, Thomas Jefferson still survives, and it was the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. That's some crazy stuff. It really is. And president John Quincy Adams stuck struck by his father and Thomas Jefferson dying, not just on the same day, but on such an historic occasion, he called the timing visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. Those are such wonderful words put in a row. Visible and palpable remarks of divine favor. I'm not even sure how he came up with that. That's beautiful. There was a Saturday back then, Daniel Webster, and he agreed. He agreed remarking in a eulogy a month after Adams and Jefferson's death, he said they were proof that our country and its benefactors are objects of God's care. And then I know this is like a history lesson, but it's really important. It's July. It's July 4th, these deaths are saying. 5 years after Jefferson and Adams passed away, James Monroe dies of tuberculosis at 73 years old. At his daughter's house in New York
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
Hells Angel founder Sonny Barger dead at 83
"Sonny barger, the notorious founding member of the hells angels motorcycle club. Was also an author, ex convict, an occasional star on Sons of Anarchy, he's also one of the bikers that provided the violent bloody security at the infamous 1969 Rolling Stones altamont concert, well, he died a few days ago. He was 83 years old. And interestingly enough, he announced his own death in a pre written message, which was posted yesterday on Facebook, and it said, and this is brilliant. And it's something I need to do as well. I'm jealous. He wrote, if you're reading this message, you'll know I'm gone. I've asked that this note be posted immediately after my passing. I've lived a long and good life filled with adventure. And I've had the privilege to be part of an amazing club. Although I've had a public persona for decades, I've mostly enjoyed special time with my club brothers, my family, and close friends. Please know that I passed peacefully after a brief battle of cancer. But also know that in the end, I was surrounded by what really matters. My wife, zorana, as well as my loved ones, keep your head up high, stay loyal, remain free and always value honor, sunny. Interesting, sunny barger has long been the face of the notorious outlaw biker gang that hells angels, also a founding member of the club's Oakland California chapter. The guy wrote 6 books, including his autobiography, hells, angel, the life and times of sunny barger, and the hells angels motorcycle club.
"83 years old" Discussed on KOMO
"Shot his wife at their Capitol Hill area home in 89 year old man contacted Seattle police this afternoon saying he had shot his wife at the house on 15th avenue Officers found an 83 year old woman dead inside The Washington state patrol searching for witnesses following a drive by shooting Sunday morning in south Seattle a victim not heard described the suspect vehicle as a gold sedan possibly a Toyota Camry with a sticker of a bear and Santa Cruz on the right rear window troopers say the victim was traveling northbound on highway 5 O 9 just before the first avenue bridge and that's when another driver pulled up beside them and fired several shots still ahead Get ready to pay more to flush your toilet in King County I'm Jeff poggio with the newly approved sewer rates 6 O four it's going to update on the roads and our northwest traffic every ten minutes on the forest from the dubin log group traffic center in Marina ratinger Solid and Bellevue sat down four O 5 from northeast 8th past I 90 and sluggish through Newcastle south and I 5 is still going to be a bit of a slow go from about Lake city towards 5 20 and off and on through downtown Seattle northbound is slow too From the west Seattle bridge past I 90 to about 5 20 It's difficult southbound I 5 from highway 18 to 5 south by one 6 7 coming out of the Pacific area So just right around third avenue or so past Joe Vita and then sluggish towards Sumner And there is still an issue and is a quant front street southbound at Gilman there's a collision on the left lane and eastbound I 90 at exit 52 that exit is closed as crews remove and overturned semi next northwest traffic at 6 14 From the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center here's como four's Shannon O'Donnell Well the blue sky was nice while it lasted were clouding up for our Tuesday night most of us will see a few sprinkles before the night is through nothing terribly heavy this time.
"83 years old" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Of Kyiv continue Russian troops have moved within 30 miles of Ukraine's capital city Ukrainian military forces have blown up bridges leading to capital of Kyiv and KAR Kev to slow Russia's advance Ukrainians in New York City marched in solidarity for fellow Ukrainians under attack by Russia Outside The White House last night Ukrainian nationalist protested calling for harsher sanctions against Russia by President Biden President Biden nominated federal appeals court judge Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court I am truly humbled by the extraordinary honor of this nomination Jackson's the first black woman tapped for nomination to the high court Here's what President Biden had to say about Jackson Her opinions are always carefully reasoned Tethered to precedent and demonstrate respect for how the law impacts everyday people It doesn't mean she puts her thumb on the scale of justice one way or the other 83 year old justice Stephen Breyer is retiring According to two sources familiar with COVID mandates the Biden administration will reportedly loosen guidelines Friday This means most Americans won't have to wear masks in indoor public settings This will affect about 70% of Americans including schools Police in New York looking for a man who kicked a 57 year old woman down the stairs and bashed her in the head with a hammer multiple times before robbing her Thursday night The woman walked into the queen's Plaza subway station in Long Island city around 1130 p.m. and was attacked from behind Officers found the woman lying on the ground with trauma to her head EMS brought the victim to New York Presbyterian while Cornell medical center in critical condition See the full video of the attack on WABC radio dot com Andrew Cuomo commissioned a number of TV ads the New York Post got their hands on one of the ads in which Cuomo points to his exoneration by 5 district attorneys of sexual harassment claims for multiple women It's a 32nd spot Against Andrew Cuomo appears to be greater 7 fortunately the.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Dr. Sam Pappas: We've Learned Natural Immunity & New Treatments Work
"So now we have multiple vaccines. Now we have France's Collins and others saying, yes, there are issues of heart inflammation, myocarditis. We have gone much further than what you helped me with originally, which is hydroxychloroquine, the Z pack, then Ivermectin came along now. We have the new nova, the new vaccine that's still under testing. Novavax. So tell us about what we have learned in just the last few months about COVID and the way to treat it. Well, we've learned that natural immunity is fantastic. We kind of knew that already, but it's been proven now multiple multiple times, but still not acknowledged, so we know natural immunity is a great place to be in a safety net. We know that many, many more treatments are out there and as the variants have gotten weaker and the new variant omicron and I want to listeners to know that's how you pronounce it. It's omicron. Yeah, not Omni cron. So you know, I had a trachea. I actually found that the British, I went and I checked with the 83 year old Professor of anatomy at Stanford from the UK and it is tricky and not in America. But in the original, real English, it's tricky. That's an intro from the last excellent. You do your homework. So we've learned that with the new variants that the treatments are much more effective that less people are getting hospitalized and having serious complications. It's a milder version. And attacking mostly the upper, which is less dangerous. Once it goes into the lower into the alveoli, that's really dangerous, especially for the elderly. Exactly. But I'm a little different than a lot of my peers who are for early treatment. Many of them say, well, only if you're 50 or above, and my take is, this can have a chronic component to it,
"83 years old" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"Hey, you know. Yeah, well, thank you so much for taking the time to talk today. This has been fantastic. Well, always, you know, I always tell like this is another thing that I was telling young people so it's a young gay people is love yourself live your truth and laugh in the face of adversity. That way stay focused on who you are and don't let nobody turn you around. And that was reverend kendy, you can hear more about her story on the PBS documentary called cured, cured, tells a story of how activists fought back against the at the time very mainstream idea that homosexuality was a mental illness. One that needed to be cured. The documentary also features doctor Charles Silverstein who was a recent guest on our show. Here's what he had to say about that. There was a period before I got to college where I wanted to change and I went into therapy for the purpose of changing. Obviously it didn't work. And it never works, but it was what most people didn't understand. It's a change you into someone who was, quote, normal, meaning heterosexual. They accomplished this at the opportunity of going to bed with some nice women who thought I was an appropriate match. But I wasn't. And that was doctor Charles Silverstein, who was 86 years old, he's also famous for co writing the book the joy of gay sex. So if you want to check out that interview, it is in our podcast feed, and they documentary that he and reverend Kenny are in is called cured. Again, it's on PBS. We are brought to you by the advocate magazine in partnership with glad. I'm Jeffrey masters. I will see you next week..
"83 years old" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"Ordering, bring him black Panthers dead or alive. The things you're working for while in the Black Panther Party does it feel like we're fighting for the same things to you? What is your assessment on how much progress we have or have not made? Well, things are better than they were, but they still have a long way to go. What I'm concerned about now is that young gay people and transgenders, especially transgenders of color, being thrown out of their home. They are committing suicide. These little young people who feel like they have nothing to live for. And then also getting rid of conversion therapy back in the day when people were put into places like Utica. And Bellevue, men were castrated and women were given hysterectomies. And then they're so called gentler way of trying to not performing hysterectomies was to start using conversion therapy. So now this is something they started doing gentler so called gentler in the early 70s and whatnot, but it's still going on today. When you join the Black Panther Party, this was the late 60s. Were you able to be an out lesbian while you were working with them? Yeah. Because I was up and like I said, I was in the butt. I was in the Boston chapter. And when this witch hunt went on, which was read by Eldridge Cleaver, who they later found out was a plant in the party. You know, and they started throwing the black Panthers, you know, those that were gay. And a lot of them had come back from service, you know, they had been overseas and come back. And they were getting thrown out. And so I just told my toe my commander on leaving. I'm taking my sons and I'm going because, you know, I work too hard. Ain't nobody throwing me out of nothing. So we left. And they said, well, we will protect you and I don't need protection on need to be open and I am not going to subject myself to this. So it sounds like you decided very early on that you had no interest in living a life in the closet. That's right. That is correct. I always said I'd like the salmon swimming upstream. Hopefully that swimming has gotten a little bit easier though as times have changed. Things are better today than they were, but we still have a long way to go. Especially as the time is to get rid of conversion therapy, I mean, I can not believe it's still going on. Yeah. And so eventually you went to seminary school and I've seen you described as the quote unquote gay reverend. Is that a label that you use for yourself? Well, it was kind of like put on to me, but is it? It's okay, because I was out there too. One of the things that happened, I did attend New York theological seminary. And then I was put on social probation there. And then eventually he left. They said I asked him any questions. And what I asked the question is I had proof about some of the things that they were saying that was incorrect. But when you go up against professors and those that are those are in charge, they first they put the social probation and then finally you know I said, look, you don't need. I don't need social probation. I have proven to you everything that I said. And told you where you could look at us. I'm leaving. So again, you know, that's me. Nobody's putting me out of no place. And I know you were initiated in your 70s as a chrome goddess. I don't actually know what that means. Do you explaining? When I went into the temple at that time in New York was reverend goddess charmagne. And she used to have these services in Manhattan and I started attending and really got to know about the goddess. I mean, I always felt it inwardly. But to really honoring the goddess or the mother, this is something that is Native American and also African Native Americans on a mother earth and father sky and this is something that I had kind of grew up under because my mother part Native American and she had always wanted to be so accepted in the church community in a black community, whatnot. So those things were kind of like something that was kept in the house, you know, you know, to say what stays in what's done in a house space in the house, you know, we never talked about that outside. As I gravitated towards people's temple, which is what Robin goddess had founded, I really, it was more or less like an awakening within me. So yes, I got initiated goddess in 2011. And this is my anniversary year. I received my chrome two years later. Chrome meaning that I was the oldest of all the women. Initiated. And so become a grown is to become like what they call the mother wisdom. You know, you mentioned your age. Are you thinking about death? No, thinking about death. Well, actually, the thing is, if that be the case, everybody dies every night. When you go to sleep, there's no guarantee you go to wake up in the morning, but the whole thing is that it is, you know, definitely uses like a scare tactic. And it's really nothing to be afraid of. Yeah, maybe three years old. You know, I expect to be around for a time, but if not, it's okay. So I had a good life and as far as I'm concerned,.
"83 years old" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"And your mother says, hey, we know you're gay and you can either get married right now or be sent away to Utica. That's where they would send queer people to quote unquote cure them. So what do you choose? Well, if you're mccord Kennedy, you're smart and you pick a third option. What she did was lie about her age using a forged baptismal certificate and she took the entrance exam for the U.S. Air Force past in the very next day found herself in Waco, Texas, where at 14 years old, she began training for the air force. She was free. At least, for a moment, as you can guess, things didn't quite go as planned, like megara, her mother was a very determined woman. She soon tracked her down, took her back to New York State, and magori did get married, but she also proceeded to live a life that on top of raising 5 children included being a part of the black Panthers, being at stonewall the night of the uprising, and also eventually going back to school to become a reverend. So the now 83 year old a reverend candy joins us on LGBTQ Q&A today. I'm Jeffree masters. Let's hear it. I want to start back when you're 14 and your mother gave you that ultimatum that you could either go to a mental institution to try to cure your gayness or get married. You know, at that age 14, how aware were you even of your own sexuality? You know, how were you thinking about it? I knew I was different, but I didn't think there was anything wrong with me. I was always able to go to my mother and talk to her about my little fantasies about my girlfriends and whatnot. She never changed the expression on her face. You know, like to this day, I always watched people in their expressions. She just never she never said it was right. She never said it was wrong. Nothing came about until rumors started going around town about me and the girls. And my mother was mortified. I mean, she was just so, so angry that she just insisted I was going to get married. And this would be the way to cure this as she called obsession. I mean, 14 is such a shockingly young age to get married to us now. I mean, did it feel that way? Back then? Well, back in those days, let's face the parents always had to say so over the children, which is one of the things that I'm so happy about in today's time. Back in those days, parents really had to say so over the children. So therefore, it was my mother signed the papers in Saratoga at 14 years of age. I managed to escape like two weeks. I had a voice baptismal certificate that said I was 18. And I took the air force test and all the New York and past it. And I really thought I was free because in those days, once you pass the test, they shipped you immediately. So we were all shipped off to Waco, Texas, and I really thought that I was free. Wow, so you were 14 and had just joined the air forces and Waco immediately. Yes, we were all shipped to Waco, Texas. And two weeks time, but had had privacy tech is trying to find out where I was at and where they found me. Was we're on the plane on the way back to Albany airport and she says you will get married in June. So, the freedom didn't last that long. However, my one upset on my mother as he went along was, she had a person for me to marry. And I was determined not to marry that person, but I knew that I had to get married. So I.
"83 years old" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"5 kids at that point? No, there were four. Bernard was the last my last child. So did you have to come out to your kids as gay? Oh, yeah. I cult. Yes, listen. I let them know earlier. My mother, again, you know, she was murdered. Oh, my grandfather, what are they going to think? I said, well, I don't care what they think. Thing is, says, paying the cost to be the boss and I'm taking care of everybody by that time I was thinking too. I said, they're going to know for me, they're not going to hear it in the streets like you heard it in the streets about me. They're going to know if they don't like it. They're going to get their education when they get 18 there's the door. And that's the way I raised them. Did you know many other gay people with kids back then? Yes, I did. But most of them were in the closet and when I was involved in stonewall, a lot of them guys lost a lot of friends. Because they were still in the closet, they were living that double life, and for me this was over. You know, stonewall to me was like coming home. By lost friends, you don't mean dying. You just mean like they stop being friends. Oh, they stop being friends because they were still in the closet. They were gay women, and they were living that same double life thing. A lot of my friends, the kids, you know, they never understood what it was. They had a lot of aunties. Hopefully, mommy. And auntie. And then there was uncle so and so, you know? This is so confusing. When I was in having that with my children. I mean, you brought up a stoma that was 1969 and you originally heard about it, you were driving in a car and heard about it on the radio. Yes. So that was a live broadcast. Was it unusual to hear about a police raid on the radio? Well, when it happened by that time, what was happening was, you know, the broadcasts of those days it had no problem calling people faggots and bull bags. And what they said was, a bunch of faggots are raising hell in Greenwich Village. Wow. That's what came over with radio. And I'm like, what? Wait a minute. This sounds like something I think I want to be involved in. So I have a yes, I was driving my little in the closet friends up to beat down because that's where you know everybody that was in the closet would go for the summer to be with their lovers. Especially in the educational field, these were teachers. And so I got them to the nearest town. I gave the taxi driver the money that they had given me and I said, get them to pee down. I'm going back to New York. And.
"83 years old" Discussed on LGBTQ&A
"Imagine it's the 1950s for a moment. What do you do when your 14 years old and your mother says, hey, we know you're gay and you can either get married right now or be sent away to Utica. That's where they would send queer people to quote unquote cure them. So what do you choose? Well, if you're mccord Kennedy, you're smart and you pick a third option. What she did was lie about her age using a forged baptismal certificate and she took the entrance exam for the U.S. Air Force past in the very next day found herself in Waco, Texas, where at 14 years old, she began training for the air force. She was free. At least, for a moment, as you can guess, things didn't quite go as planned, like megara, her mother was a very determined woman. She soon tracked her down, took her back to New York State, and magori did get married, but she also proceeded to live a life that on top of raising 5 children included being a part of the black Panthers, being at stonewall the night of the uprising, and also eventually going back to school to become a reverend. So the now 83 year old a reverend candy joins us on LGBTQ Q&A today. I'm Jeffree masters. Let's hear it. I want to start back when you're 14 and your mother gave you that ultimatum that you could either go to a mental institution to try to cure your gayness or get married. You know, at that age 14, how aware were you even of your own sexuality? You know, how were you thinking about it? I knew I was different, but I didn't think there was anything wrong with me. I was always able to go to my mother and talk to her about my little fantasies about my girlfriends and whatnot. She never changed the expression on her face. You know, like to this day, I always watched people in their expressions. She just never she never said it was right. She never said it was wrong. Nothing came about until rumors started going around town about me and the girls. And my mother was mortified. I mean, she was just so, so angry that she just insisted I was going to get married. And this would be the way to cure this as she called obsession. I mean, 14 is such a shockingly young age to get married to us now. I mean, did it feel that way? Back then? Well, back in those days, let's face the parents always had to say so over the children, which is one of the things that I'm so happy about in today's time. Back in those days, parents really had to say so over the children. So therefore, it was my mother signed the papers in Saratoga at 14 years of age. I managed to escape like two weeks. I had a voice baptismal certificate that said I was 18. And I took the air force test and all the New York and past it. And I really thought I was free because in those days, once you pass the test, they shipped you immediately. So we were all shipped off to Waco, Texas, and I really thought that I was free. Wow, so you were 14 and had just joined the air forces and Waco immediately. Yes, we were all shipped to Waco, Texas. And two weeks time, but had had privacy tech is trying to find out where I was at and where they found me. Was we're on the plane on the way back to Albany airport and she says you will get married in June. So, the freedom didn't last that long. However, my one upset on my mother as he went along was, she had a person for me to marry. And I was determined not to marry that person, but I knew that I had to get married. So I.
"83 years old" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Them were disclosed That was the Manhattan district's attorney Cyrus Vance speaking through his mask 83 year old Muhammad Aziz also addressed the court He was jailed for almost two decades for the killing of Malcolm X before being released on parole in 1985 He's been fighting to clear his name ever since Listen carefully because he too is wearing a mask Officially recognized Muhammad.
"83 years old" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"When 83 year old Mr is she came driving in on his motorcycle. To deliver his vegetables to the fruit market. Pat, Where do we have in the United States? 83 year olds driving their motorcycle down to the vegetable market? We don't have it. We followed him. To his home, where he was up on a 30 ft ladder, trimming a tree. He works in the fields about 4 to 6 hours a day, and he introduced us to his neighbor who was nine years old without a wrinkle on his face. Neither of them use reading glasses. And, of course, he works about 6 to 8 hours out in the fields every day. This was remarkable. I almost felt that I was in some sort of a place where the dinosaurs are still living or something that was so remarkable. These people just exhibit a youthfulness a flexibility in their joints. Certainly healthfulness that we just don't see everywhere else. In fact, it was so remarkable that the emperor of Japan actually has visited this village pictures were taken there. You could see them all over the village there as they had posted them so These are the kinds of report that we hear me ask you a question here. You mentioned glucosamine, and there's another one out there. That's pretty popular. M s M. How does this age a stack up against those other ones? The other ones. You have to take him for a while before you even see any results, And most of these are very positive dietary supplements. They certainly have Lots of benefit. Cost main takes quite a while to kick in. M S M is a wonderful sulfur compound and again it's an anti inflammatory, as are many things like fish oils. These are all wonderful, but they're not dealing with the origin of the problem. The origin of the problem is the loss of cushioning in the joint, and if we can just replaced it If we can find a way to get that cushioning back, That's what we call youthfulness. That's what we had when we were young. Here's David writing to me from New York 25 years looking for something that would help support His lower back. And of course, he said, I can't believe it now, he says. I can't thank you enough for this product. People have tried all the alternatives. They've searched everywhere else path and they haven't heard of hyaluronic acid. Now the reorder rates on AJ sort of tell me that things are phenomenal Products works. The study shows how but what do the customers saying? What are they telling you? Candidly? What are they saying? The bill Sardi. If the horse has come back to the trough. There must be good water there. It's amazing to me how people say. Just keep sending this. It's wonderful. It changed my life. Here's Lorraine saying, I can't believe it, but I'm able to run. I love it. These are online. You can go see some of these comments. Security products has it online where people just log in and tell you these aren't edited in any way. Here's Brent writing says No. One of purity product made an outlandish claim about H a joint formula. But three days after I started taking it, I noticed that difference. This stuff really works. It's your own personal discovery. That's why purity products wants you to have this bottle. Here's Harold 85th Year, he says. I'm in and says I'm doing very well. On a chair. A thank you very much. There's jasmine think my face looks moist and youthful. And I'm getting people asking me about what am I taking? Of course you will. Okay, let me do this quickly as I want to get back to the show. Here's the special offer from purity products that Bill's talking about. It's a $5 trial bottle of purity is best selling H a joint formula..
"83 years old" Discussed on KTOK
"That I'm more conservative president can appoint a like minded justice. I would not like to be replaced by someone who immediately set about undoing everything that I've tried to do for 25 years. 26 years. Sure. But I mean, I shouldn't have to tell you that. Unless you think I'm a fool. Do you agree with the Scalia that a justice who is on mindful of the politics? Of the president who replaces him. Who's on mindful of that? Is a fool. I don't intend to die on the court. I don't think I'll be there forever. But I've said a few of the considerations previously, and I do you think the consideration that Scalia mentioned I don't want to be replaced by somebody who's going to undo everything. Device. When Dr under and do everything I've done, I see the point and it probably in your background. There's Could be something. There are many considerations. Many, many considerations. This brings us to the calls for you to step down, while a democratic president and a camera can appoint your successor in a Democratic Senate. Can confirm your successor. Here's one example of that he makes his own decision about if he's going to retire that he's going. If he's going to retire, it should be sooner rather than later. If you are concerned about the court What do you think of those calls? Well, I think that they're entitled to their opinion. I think they and not only they understand the political world much better than I are. They understand it pretty well. And, uh, there we are. What else do you want me to say? They would say You ignored those calls and increase the chances that a Republican Senate will be there to confirm your successive. I mean, there are factors are many factors. In fact, quite a few and the role of the court and so forth is one of them and And The situation, the institutional considerations with salmon and, uh, I believe I can't say I'd take anything perfectly into account, but in my own mind, I think about those things. So I didn't you retire? I didn't retire because I decided on balance. I wouldn't retire. President Biden has appointed a commission to come back to him in November and discuss the way in on possible reforms to the court. What do you think of the idea of increasing the number of justices on the court? One party could do it. I guess another party could do it. And the more thing I mean, surely Surface on the surface. It seems to me you start changing all these things around and of People will lose trust in the court. What about term limits? People? Even justices live a lot longer now than they did back in the 18th century wouldn't lower the political heat if say. A justice served for 18 years instead of a life term, But I think you could do that. It should be a very long term because you don't want the judge who's holding that term to start thinking about his next job. But it would make life easier for me. You just turned 83 years old. I gotta say you look terrific. You're of sound mind and body. Thank you. Thank you. What do you hope, people say? About your service.
"83 years old" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In the majority men are controlling the year and the doctor Liederman doesn't shorten the Penis. Well, you can imagine everyone would come here. So how do they do it? I guess. Don't tell men what's going on. And that's why so many people turn on this radio show every day and we're on the radio every day. The tower like it is. This man came 76 years old, and he already had high blood pressure blindness and didn't want to go through surgery didn't want lousy success didn't want other complications of robotic surgery and he came to us years ago. Only with our treatment, no hospitals, no radical surgery, no hormones and, well, he's in remission doing well, and he's very, very happy. And that's the way we like It like it for every person. Another man who came with a high even higher risk cancers, 83 years old. Also black man from Virginia. Mary has five Children boarded Virginia's A mechanic and you seen elsewhere. The Gleason nine Pizza 15. Prostate cancer. Gleason, nine, is how the cancer looks of the microscope. The scales 2 to 10 Pearson was 15 member Normals four, and that's why it's so important if you wish to come here. You can get a prostate, check up and see how you're doing. And many men do so many men come to us and they say, Hey, Doc, I want to do a checkup of my body and check up of my prostate. I don't want to die of prostate cancer because they know that death of prostate cancers miserable because so often the cancer goes to the bones and spreads and causes pain and suffering. And, of course, We treat that, of course, we treat that experts with excellent Precise treatment, but we'd rather cure you first. If you carry your first, That's it and well, let's look at this man has enlarged prostate and the high Gleason score nine. Hi. P s and he was treated here a years ago. And he came this week for a check up with the pizza now of zero. So, as you see in her book at the last second to last page of a book that the inside cover, says Dr Liederman. How do I know my treatment is successful? My prostate cancer is gone. While the P s a should go down to zero and stay there for the rest of your life. Again, Dr Lederman. How do I know my prostate cancer is successful and my Cancer is gone. Well, the treatment is successful. It should go down as zero and stay there for us to your life. If you've had surgery if you had surgery didn't know about our work If you've had surgery, and your pizza is not zero. That means the doctor left the cancer behind. So if you've had surgery probably should give us a call. You may have a second chance to try to be cured. So if you've had radical surgery robotic Surgery on your prostate. Your pizza isn't 0.0. It's probably also.
"83 years old" Discussed on WGN Radio
"It was made in 2000 and one and protects a handmade mahogany entrance door with stained glass window. I can't say enough about Joe and his team. I told them as what as they were leaving. They should take a photo of the installed door. Many thanks to you, David and your comedy team and said, it's you see. Comedy team. Two Drink minimum for, uh, this This emailer is 83 years old. She lost her husband in 2000 and eight so keeping Their home and tip top condition is important. Thanks, MJ. So thank you, MJ. Thank you, kind. Uh, they send it right to W g. N. Yeah, you could go to WGN david dot com and you could click on email. And send it to us right there. 312981 72 100 years ago, Amy, Here's one for you and Dave. 63 signed a contract with an agent in June. I have since decided not to list. Okay. Less than 30 days, the agent slash firm have done no work, meaning no. Pictures, not enlisting system. Someone said I can just write a letter and fire the agent. I also have a party interested in purchasing the properly directly from me. Uh oh. Here we go. Who saw it during the listing. Do I need to honor that contract item you started? I'll finish. Yep. More than likely. You do. You can. You can probably fire your agent. But if you in there, there is probably a closet states that You have to pay them a commission if you should sell it on your own within how many days? It depends. It's a right in. So whatever they put in that contract, what caught my attention was, this is someone who has been in this is someone who's been introduced to the property during the listing. I think that's a bigger issue than really the timing. But here's the thing, she stated. It's not on the MLS, but the fact is she. She's under kind. She still sign that list. And you know what that can be negotiated out. I mean, sometimes the truth is just as good. No word. They're probably feeling somewhat guilty that they've had no activity and done no work. And maybe some little stipend can be negotiated, but do it in writing as a mutual release of the parties and even identify That that deal would put the initials of who they are or whatever is not part of. You know the commission and and just but they can definitely fire There's there's a clause in your agreement. It's all based on that written agreement. If you're over 18, and it's been playing English, even if it's harmful to you, you're bound by that agreement if it's in Hebrew. I'm just looking for a loophole. Mm hmm. Maybe it's a Hasidic couple, and they like to do things and given what about that? What about that? Well, I will give a live story about Hebrew and any other languages besides English Chase Bank has in their mortgage package. You cannot fund the loan unless the buyer signs up. I did not need an interpreter at closing. They will not fund the loan. It's in every chase package. The reason is somebody came along. It was time to foreclosed and say, I had no idea what that attorney was saying. He's not from my language or whatever. And they had to fight that foreclosure. So Chase has one. I'm surprised all the lenders don't but I solemnly swear And then the wife's there, too. We saw me swear that we were able to close successfully without the use of an interpreter. And then the one you did if it says Who would you have liked if he needed one, The whole closing stops the rabbi. So I'm interested when you talk. But do you know the difference between a lawyer and an accountant? This is a joke. Go ahead. What do you mean, You don't have to say it's a joke. But do you know that? I know you're setting me up? You're teeing it right up. So just saying no, I don't know. I'm not aware of that show. The difference between a lawyer and accountant is the accountant knows they're boring. Wow, man. Will give this for a little encyclopedia Britannica a difference in a lawyer and an attorney. This is not a joke. No lawyers have law degrees, but an attorney has been sworn into the bar and can charge money. So your law professors and things like that, who never passed the bar can still be lawyers and they can teach and do to you. A license attorney was sworn in at every Crown theater. You shouldn't the Crown Mary Crown Theater. There were so many people we went there all the Loyola. It would have been funny if you want to come back just for future reference when he dropped something like that, just to prepare yourself is do you know the difference between Lawyer and a general contractors, Then come up with something and then whack him in the head with something like he just nailed you exactly which which is kind of. I don't know that I think there's going to be a hug after because that was a little What? Little harsh? No, it wasn't. Okay. Are you okay? Dave? I'm fine, Joe. He's done so much quality work for my family. I can't. I can't have a beat them and they have to heart. Uh, now for sure. Far, houses down the mega pro Nice job. No thanks for calling me boring. 312981 70 00. United. You were interesting. I like listening to you. You know, I can say interesting in a prison to Hey, Cellblock number 2-3. He's very interesting to be Hannibal Lecter while you're looking at Joe, Uh, 63 amia Dave, who was responsible for the square footage of a home for sale, the seller of the buyer tape measure. To take measures the seller or the buyer. What's something must have honest. Yeah, go ahead. Yeah, Honestly, there are times where it's not a required field so and you understand that square footage My experiences. Sellers have their opinions. The tax record shows one thing Razor has another. Yes. So I mean, you know, that's probably somebody who that someone might have taken time to say, Beautiful 3500 Square foot ranch. And then they moved in, and they realized that included the garage or, uh, a storeroom or something, or 3400 and nine and they're all upset over there. Something happened. That's why someone would ask that and they're looking for blood. But the issue is That it is, it said. It's an art, not a science. Roy Spencer. My village had horrible problems with Fleming. Fleming Fleming..
Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"83 years old" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"By play from replays Because there are 30 teams every night. Somebody's on the road. It's been two seasons worth. And there's been, I think plenty of replaced during every broadcast. I mean, everybody, please replace everybody. How is nobody else getting tripped up on this? Because no one is 83 years old, and it's a guy again it and the play was difficult over the weekend, where he lost the ball. The play at the fans were fan reached over, but he was in the building for that, and still had no clue. So I mean anything's on the table. Sorry. I can't use age as a factor T war because al you got Al McCoy is calling the NBA Finals at 88. And Bob Bucher is calling a clean game, and he's in his mid to late eighties as well. So those guys are older than John, and they're calling crisp games. I don't know if we can use 83 years old to blame on on this anymore. What am I supposed to do? It's got. It's got to be in there a little bit, and I mean al McCoy, who is in the building and fairly close at this point. I don't even think he did road games that much during the regular season, probably for this reason specifically, but you've got to at least a little bit. Give John some sympathy here for being over 80 and even knowing what he's watching on any monitor in front of him, and, thankfully knew it was baseball here. Sorry, it's on the monitor. Here's what I give him credit for is that he still wants to do road games. Ugur is bailed out of road games. I don't know if Al McCoy this road games anymore, but most of these old guys say where I'm just going to do home games. John wants to do every game. He wants to do every single game possible and That means going to Yankee Stadium right now to call games off of a monitor. And can we hear that one more time? I want this in its entirety. Here is John Sterling, watching a replay of Aaron Judge hit a home run earlier in the game and thinking he's doing it again. Buyers. Judge Man The Breaking ball is hit in the air to deep left That ball is high. It is far head is gone. Unfortunately, that was a replay of the home run, but it was a good good play. Mhm..
"83 years old" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Right here on 8 90. W L s. I don't know. All right? I don't know. I don't know. Hey, Uh, yeah. Nice. Hey. Hi, Albert. And I'm going to sing a Wow. You It's still cringe worthy, Bruce. Oh, period, Arliss, And did she. Andrea M for for Judy Pilot. Today. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me to be here. It's still a little weird, isn't it? Having me here or no. Okay, I'm sorry. Hearing hearing Fat Albert thinking talking about Bill Cosby, can I and and if I was under Iraq, it's understandable. I didn't even know Bill Cosby was up. There was even a case that he could get out. Of course. So when I get the breaking news message, Bill Cosby released from prison And can't we try to get on charges I went I didn't know There was a thing I didn't either. I became out of nowhere, didn't it? I got the same alert because because it was 3 to 10 years. He was supposed to serve the sentence. And I just thought, Oh, he's being released early. No new Bill Cosby walked out of prison yesterday after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Overturned his conviction on a technicality. Yes, Somebody didn't cross an eye or don t know unbelievable. You know this wasn't Oh, You know what? He didn't do it. Oh, this was a technicality, right? Because The facts. And The testimony. And the evidence is not in dispute. No, no, This isn't a matter of all of a sudden we decided these women were lying that that's not what happened here, right? So is Bill Cosby. Still a sexual predator? He's just not in jail. Do you see what I'm saying? Because I think a lot of people just because he walked out on a technicality. It doesn't mean he's innocent. Right? Well, that's why everybody is against Felicia Rashad Rashad went to Twitter immediately and said, Oh, whatever Heard whatever her tweet was where she said, Oh, I support him wrong has been made of right? Well, no He? He wasn't It wasn't like they said he's not guilty. We were wrong. He's out. All these women were lying right out to get him. What was he only in jail? For the one case? It was the 11 case. Okay, is the one that could try him on because of the statute of limitations that I am not a dirty You know, I'm not an attorney, but we have some attorneys joining us later on the show. Thank goodness. Thank the maker. Uh, the bone we've got, so we've got some celebrity. Defense attorneys. Karen Conti is going to join us A little later. If that name sounds familiar, she defended John Wayne Gacey. She's such a rock star candy is going to help us understand because I will say this and and this. This may be an unpopular opinion, at least outside of the criminal defense attorney Clubs that they hang out in. The law is the law. I know the rules are the rules and if a prosecutor or if if defense counsel Breaks the rules doesn't follow procedure. Uh, you can't let it slide What I'm saying like you, you We are a nation of laws. And so I have to. I have to respect The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, and I have to acknowledge that this technicality which will get into more when we have a lawyer to discuss it was violated. And because of that, the remedy was you get to walk free. Bill Cosby. I don't have to like it, though, and can't be charged. Can't be charged again. Right on that crying. Yeah, he could be charged again. On any other. Cases where women have come forward where the statute of limitations has expired, And they have credible evidence, right? Right right and how I understand it is that this was the last one tried because this was the most recent. I know. It was years and years and years ago, But like you, said, Ruth, the statue did not run out on this. Like days before one day they filed this case one day before the statute of limitations. Expired. So unless I guess the point is unless a new Uh, person comes forward more recent more recent than the last one. But Bill Cosby is now 83 years old and in an ill health, remember in prison, he was like I'm blind..
WBZ Midday News
Bill Cosby Is About to Be a Free Man
"Court of Pennsylvania, overturning the sex assault conviction of Bill Cosby, the 83 year old has served more than two years in prison. Near pencil Philadelphia but now now is is set set to to go go free. free. We We get get more more in in a a special special report report from from CBS CBS Actor Actor comedian comedian Bill Bill Cosby, Cosby, currently currently in in prison prison is is about about to to be be a a free free man man this this after after the the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Supreme Supreme Court Court today overturned his sexual assault conviction. The court did not say Cosby wasn't guilty of the crime but rather that Cosby could not be prosecuted. Because he had been told by a previous prosecutor that he would not be charged Loyola Law professor Laurie Levenson. The big problem in the prosecution of Bill Cosby is that the prosecutors use some information from a deposition. Cosby said he gave when he thought he wasn't going to be prosecuted. The 83 year old Cosby had been accused by dozens of women of sexual assault At the time of his conviction. There was celebration attorney Gloria Allred. Finally, we can say women are believed and not only on hashtag me, too, but in a court of law, but now that conviction has been overturned. Cosby could be released as soon as today. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman
"83 years old" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Dorm in 2021 is better than the south before the civil War. Do you think America is more racist now than ever more sex system before women could vote and more homophobic than through a felony. You have progressive phobia. And should adjust your mask because it's covering your eyes. The best part about when Bill Maher does this kind of stuff is that his Super left leaning studio audience has no idea what to think right because they know that there's there's a pause where they should clap, but they don't really agree with what he's saying. So it's kind of this half fast, Slow clap. You see right before Rudy gets put into the game. It is. They just don't quite know what to make of it because you know, in many ways he is scolding them like he is directing his comments to them. I don't think there there. I don't think they understand that they're the ones that are the target right? Because when they go You know, Think about the people that go to a studio audience of a show like Bill Maher or Stephen Colbert? You sit in Colbert Studio audience. Whenever they come back, they might be back now. I don't know, but they're going to be spoon fed all the crap that they want to hear. By Stephen Colbert. Bill Maher takes it to a different level, though sometimes he'll say some things that they don't agree with. But because this is still a T V show the applause light comes on, and they're kind of just this. Half ass slow clap like Gene Hackman, given the speech before the locker room and Hoosiers Wow. Two Gene Hackman references in one day. That's kind of weird, isn't it? Yes. And you know what? Totally off topic When I think of Gene Hackman. Sometimes I think of Ned Beatty and Ned Beatty passed away over the weekend, Right? 83 years old natural causes died at home. That's right, Ned Beatty. He was in Rudy and I always thought it was weird when he goes to the football game that Rudy dresses for and he's there with his family. And he says, This is the most beautiful thing these eyes have ever seen, Like his family's right there. Like how insulting is that too like the people you love? If Rudy dressing for a football game in the stadium is the most beautiful thing you've ever seen your freaking families right there. Mhm. Okay, That was a little anyway. Off topic. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. It's OK. Let's listen to more. Bill. Take a Listen. The friends reunion. We just had looked weird. Because if you even suggested a show today, about six people, all of whom were straight and white, the network would laugh you out of the room and then cancel. You Want Twitter? Why are they clapping? They shouldn't clap for that. And yet there is a recurrent theme on the far left that things have never been worse. Kevin Hart expressed the view many hold when he.
Hammer and Nigel
Bill Cosby Refuses Sex Offender Program, Is Denied Parole
"Hurdle after Bill Cosby is denied parole. He's serving 3 to 10 years in a Pennsylvania state prison for indecent assault. It was his first chance of parole. But the 83 year old refuses to attend sex offender programs because he doesn't want to admit
Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross
Putin Signs Law Allowing Him 2 More Terms as Russia's Leader
"What that means for their home. President Putin has signed a law that'll allowing to stay in power for a long time to come. Russia expert Beth Noble instead of being ineligible to run for president when his current fourth presidential term ends in 2024, Putin would be eligible to run again for two more terms, meaning Putin could stay in power until 2036 if elected to two more terms. At that point, he would be 83 years old presidential term in
Tim Conway Jr.
Racist Anti-Asian Letter Saying ‘Go Back To Your Country’ Sent To Grieving Family in Seal Beach, Los Angeles
"From mass shootings to the newest American crime craze. Hating on Asians. Police in Seal Beach are investigating a letter which, if you look at it was clearly written by an old person or somebody's got really good old person handwriting because it's very shaky sit to an 82 year old widow living in leisure world, saying the death of her husband rids the world of one more Asian. Here's ABC seven. This is somebody with nothing but hatred in their heart. Claudia Joy is angry and hurt. Her 83 year old father beyond. Choi, died in February. Troy and her siblings are upset over a threatening letter sent to her grieving 82 year old mother. It arrived in the mail on the day of her father's funeral. Ah hate letter to my mother telling her that she needed to watch out and that she should pack her bags and leave the country because she wasn't welcome in their community anymore. The anonymous writer making other races statements, They said that my dad dying was good because it was one less Asian, one less Asian in the country. The Korean American couple started successful businesses in their community and raised four daughters. Sending them all to college Nearly 10 years ago, they bought a home in the Leisure, World Retirement Community and Seal Beach. Troi believes a resident of leisure world, wrote the letter. My mom and dad proudly voted in every election. They are as American as anybody else, and for somebody to come after them and tell them that they're not welcome in this country is disgusting. The incident happening as vigils and protests are held against the surgeon, hatred and violent attacks on Asian Americans. I'm sad. I'm sad that this is reared its ugly head again. The family plans to file a police report. Choice says she wants leisure will to make a public statement condemning hatred. We reached out to a leisure rule for comment, but haven't received a response it a seal beach Police are now launching their own
"83 years old" Discussed on 710 WOR
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BBC World Service
Calls mount for the embattled Tokyo Olympics boss to step down
"News. The head of the Tokyo Olympics Organizing Committee is expected to resign after making sexist comments. This want outrage in Japan. Yoshiro Mori, a former prime minister had said women talk too much. From Tokyo. His Rupert Wingfield Hayes 83 year old Yoshiro Mori first apologized and then said he withdrew the comments unconditionally. The Japanese government declared the matter closed, but they had not reckoned on the huge local and international backlash against Mr Mori. Around 400 Olympic and Paralympic Volunteers quit and Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka condemned Mr Morrie's words, calling them ignorant. Then on Wednesday, the head of Toyota, one of the biggest Olympic sponsors, weighed in calling Mr Murray's comments regrettable and out of keeping with Toyota's values that may have been the final
WTOP 24 Hour News
Jane Fonda to Receive Golden Globes’ Cecil B. DeMille Award
"The Golden Globes will give it Cecil B. De Mille Award to two time Oscar winner Jane Fonda during the 78th annual awards ceremony. February 28th, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association making that announcement today the award honoring offscreen activism and onscreen performances. Now 83 year old Jane Fonda spent much of the 2019 here in the district peacefully demonstrating for action on climate change.