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"barry peterson" Discussed on Talks With John Podcast

Talks With John Podcast

07:40 min | 5 months ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on Talks With John Podcast

"John lennon changed the world not just with his music but with his words his thoughts whose numerous his hopes and dreams. John had so much more give but his time with us was cut short. So what if. John was here today. What would you think of a world of music. Art politics of join us and just imagine. This is talks with john that hey tammy good to see you again. I know good to see you Had a very good friend. I called him for his birthday today. Who would you call was names. Barry peterson did a lot of music together and a lot of hanging out together. And you know it's interesting with friends that you've had for years you grow up and then someone inches the picture okay for him. It was a woman named laura. Well that's generally what ends because once there is a person of the opposite gender dahlia. Well everyone wants to have their own families their own lives right right beatles. That happens with that. He does happen with everybody and listen. I've accepted laura but with different. You know. I mean extremely different. That was his choice of person. Well you know. His parents died. Get this we were talking about death. Okay his father had liver cancer and then his wife berry's mother couldn't live without the father. I get that and six months later. He found her in the shower out. There passed away. Wow very dramatic. Yeah that's like a movie. It is over him like nobody's business in fact you remember the carpenters. Of course still you bought him. That record used to see them all the time. Did you When i was in high school yeah karen into richard. Yeah they would go to the movies together. Say movie theater. That my girlfriend and i went to and invariably fifty percent of the time we'd end up standing in line with them for tickets right. They were they were wonderful people. Oh i know they was just very very nice people. We enjoyed them from what area. Downie downey i was gonna say down. You know not mostly hispanic now but yeah. They actually quite white very they owned. I think richard stallone's it a an apartment building there okay. It's like a two building apartment building. And i can't remember but it's got the names of two of their songs on it. O in the name of the apartment. And i know richard Has i guess he donated quite a bit of money to oblique. Cal state long beach there because you know it was such an odd thing. Because they were brother and sister. People kind of chuckled. In speculated nice now but they had a deep true love for each other and what better partner than somebody. You've known all your life let me tell you. They restrict musicians. Oh i know you know. Karen played which time when girls didn't do they even covet think he said you remember that i got tickets. I remember your version of ticket to ride. I'm i. I love it all right because it was kind of a more of a melancholy. Restful they would have slowed it down. Of course you know when they were on am records. Okay you remember who am. Were do herb alpert. That's right and jerry ma. That's right. I couldn't i couldn't get it but i knew tijuana brass which never really was banned. I know right kind of like the monkeys and have whole bunch of other. Like the ohio express i know. Have you talked to him. Oh no i have. I have i have been because you were wistfully of nostalgically saying you felt like you might want to go out and sorta again. Oh i do it in an absolute heartbeat. They go of course. I would come out with me. I'll happen why g. Yeah me onstage. With john us who would have thought that me. Yeah yes some dates and we'll talk. No i wish dates. I i do well. You know delightful as we watched. The world tried to open up again. I know it's very. It's very confounding confusing. You know i had my second vaccination likewise felt. I got hit by a truck. I was pretty sure. I did three days of horrible but everyone has had the same reaction. Oh randy sick today. Yeah he got his yesterday. He facetime me telling me that time him and he looked like you know something. The cat dragged. Yeah i know he did. You know yeah and he was barely moving but he was talking. It was funny in a way. Yeah well he. He's still doing transports. Even though he feels craze driving up to fresno into the barry and a god well you know these animals have to get where they have to get. And there's usually not a lotta time to know you guys miss around raising about who's gilbert no you. Can't you knew little cat in here. My little tiny baby. Yeah that's really rudy rudy rudy rudy. Vallee yeah actually. He's named rudy. Because when we got him he was about two days old and his feet and his nose were bright red. Never seen anything like that with getting select. Rudolph the red-nosed and that's that's really. Why named him outta very those or shiny knows whatever. So we've got him and then we've got our two little grey brother good. They fight each acclimated. Well the they've been running around the studio now for about a week but this surrounded by aunts and uncles the previously bottle bottle adolf especially dory. Oh dorian it's funny because dorian is a boy right but but he's going to pull off and yet it looks. After he loves the baby he he washes them. He watches over them. He teaches them. You got it right yeah. It's been kind of fun in the studio last couple of weeks. Because i've been able to watch him teach them things and he's been showing you know the food and where thigh high. Yeah it's it's pretty sweet bottle. Babies are pretty sweet and go. Well you know since knowing you know. I've come to learn. Oh yeah about the world of bottle babies so difference. Well they are. They are they so human like that you know. Well yeah. they're your friends and they come up to you and they with you in the demand attention and they wanna do they wanna play. They wanna do this and that well you gotta remember. The first thing they saw was a human yeah and that human was taken care of them so mothers the most part so they're pretty darn sure that we're all the same amazing and we are the same even though they realized that there.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"You know berko found a way to snatch defeat from the jaws victory to back at saratoga when myself and plenty of other people needed him Freedom whiskey came up the inside and beat him at forty some onto one and then he came back and ran kind of a dull refined vinik each most of jimmy. Johns barn underperformed at belmont. They haven't really gotten going back up. So you want to be careful with all of these horses but at the same time you have to acknowledge that this source with his best efforts is just going to beat this field. I would say that if you're if you can afford it you want to include horse like spiritual king who's gonna be ridden aggressively from the outside. There's other speed but this is fast. And if barry peterson doesn't ask just in time for wine for speed out of the gate. I could see spiritual king having a very good trip. forward replaced. I think you probably have to include bielfeld who moved aggressively and early to back Faltered a little bit late but again it's a horse with some of his best efforts who can be competitive here as far as churchill goes. I really like these two races. They have in the the cross country sequence tomorrow the seventy six furlong race for fillies and mares optional. Claiming started allowance type. And you know i i. I'm always a little bit hesitant when it comes to backing a ten pound bugs but i think parking ticket had some things going for. She really had no shot with a trip. Last time ended up wide Didn't really make much of a late run. That was a day where you needed to be inside as you get most of those first few days of churchill in this fall me to back she ran a very good race to get up in time against similar keeneland. I think you're gonna get an inflated price on this where she was fired to one. Last time i think price is going to drift north of ten to one. And i definitely want to find a way you include her. I think you have to use. Just fly off the claim who's in very good form. Kissel is obviously dangerous. It looks like there could be a pace in here which means you probably want to consider cold into hair. Don't love cleaning tommy. But this is another horse very good form. Who really if she just duplicates her last race can win and go into that anchor. Leg of the sequence has a terrific race. And i like a couple of horses that are going to be good prices. I'm gonna use finite very well in the raven run. I think that one turn mile might ultimately be what she's absolutely perfect at distance wise. But i can't ignore whoa nelly and the too good races that will ellie ran at oaklawn earlier this year when taxi should have won the by a caller but joe rocco was just a little too aggressive in worrying about the front runners and gogel yourself ended up getting her late but i encourage anybody to give seminars on the outside of very very long look. This is a horse who was close to an extremely fast paced last time. Look through the chart and see where the horses that were placed in that race ended up finishing finishing and one of them was talked to me. So it's not as if there were a couple of big long shots that were setting that pace that ended up tiring late. Talk to me was basically the favorites as she was part of a couple of entry with gold standard to nina's was in there battling the entire way she was jammed inside ended up making a split midstretch it was race to completely collapsed so it had a huge outside flow to it and the want you finishers ended up coming from around the outside. They were last the next last down the backstretch. This is the epitome of a pace. Play that i wanna make. This is going to get a good trip stocking outside. I don't think the pace will be anything near what it was in that race. I think you've got risky. Mandate maybe and crazy sexy money will show some speed. But i could see some nina's getting an excellent trip from out there and i think she should be every every bit of fifteen to one or so and that spices up to sequence quite a bit and you know i. I touched on the presence. I mean. just the fact that Mccarthy it's very interesting what's happened in kentucky. In fact i you and i talked about it or if who had came up with A while back this of of california horsemen. Have you know kind of made things interesting. And then i. I mentioned this to marty. You know with the you know the horses the bill. Motte has got in kentucky and then chad brown sources in kentucky. It's really made for you. Know some some interesting malaj of horseflesh in these spots. It really has and i wondered who is conditioning. Some of these sources including that. Nice that nights richard baltimore sources name escapes me right now. It's a very short name like icon or or something like idol Who want to who want to one other than a couple of weeks ago. He broke his maiden in september. After debuting i believe on dirty day. Derby day on oaks day and you wanna mile and three sixteenths race and i think the clark might be a little tough but you know that's of course. I think who you could see in stakes races. If he ends up relocating to california. And yeah i i think the biggest surprise was all of it is that they've stayed. You know these sort. It's no surprise that these came over. In the spring you know in santa anita was getting towards the latter part of their meat. And then you've got the loselle portion of southern california racing. But yeah i mean. They're all there and unique factors and other examples. She's been in the midwest the entire season so mccarthy obviously has left the nina's churchill she's been training consistently i would guess with an eye on this subject Maybe a horse that they're looking forward to continuing to try around one turn. Maybe see if she can get some graded black kites and the to. Lucy was often a race where i remember in two thousand seventeen. I was churchill watching the breeders cup and it was a race where like six horses that ran in. It were entered in the sale because it was run on on breeders cup weekend but of course sales now happened. There are additional ones coming up. But i see this horse a really excelling..

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"barry peterson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And Glenn Olson, who were they Barry Peterson is a friend of mine who was inspired a lot of my record since 2010. He was a friend of mine that I grew up with. Both of our parents put us in the daycare program because both of her parents was single pant. So we grew up together, you know in the system. And our lives. When I was about 17. They kind of separated, and Barrett went down a different path and I went down another And unfortunately he died from a drug overdose and great are in just getting out of great 12. And And so I dedicate a lot of my music to him because when I focus on Memories of of us together it really it does something to me. And and my Gwen Olsen is my dad, who also has passed away, too. And He was the one who really motivated me as a songwriter told me how to respect Music, the instruments in the song writing and process he was. He was really like a very odd guy, and he'd always come on like, you know, weirder, the better so You know any time I would Ah, like my dad. This kind of like pop music, But it's kind of weird. You know where the better Just make it weird. And so you know, he's had a big influence. And even for that light prism, you know, I used the slide, and that's supposed to represent him in that song and You know, because he bought me my first live. That's a beautiful story. It's it's the way the record is is being talked about is this Is this healing record for you? And I mean, of course, in order to heal, there has to be something to heal from, and I only ask because you've been open to talking about this on in your recovery from substance abuse, which I think is very brave thing to be so open about as much as you want to talk about it. How did substance abuse entered your story? I feel like at Ah, young age. My mom really, really tried to make sure there was no drugs in the house. I estimate that I You know, that's why part of me named the Bandstand Godwin twos because my mom showed a lot of courage to kind of cut it out of our lives and try to show us a better way to live. We're A lot of people that I was growing up within the Selkirk. Didn't have parents around to kind of facil facilitate what the kids are watching. Look what everyone was doing it with the uncles were doing around the house of the aunties. And so So for me, it was I wasn't I was I was still exposed to it because I still would visit my dad. And I would see my aunties and you know my uncles and they were fighting And so it was always something that was in the back my mind. It was subconsciously it was like I knew that this was a kind of a way to cope with anything. Is going wrong in my life, but I didn't know it at the time, but subconsciously was in there. So when a lot of my friends started to Overdose because there was epidemic and my home town with a lot of fentanyl on stuff that hadn't quite hit the rest of Canada yet and And I saw this. I saw this as a as a So as a way to cope with everything that kind of what happened to my life, Take take taking drugs and taking opiates could be a way to cope with Yeah, with with hardship it is, Yeah. Yeah, because it you know, it's It's just a very easy way. Tio kind of put the problems aside. You not worry about them. And when I went through, I think called Exposure therapy. It was a very intense type of therapy. Where you talk about everything that happened in your life. And you, you you don't you know, I was under like 24 hour supervision with someone I couldn't be alone. And it was always constantly talking about, you know, showing humility. And that's why I'm so open about talking about because you know when I was I find that there's not a lot of indigenous artists. At least there wasn't around when I was younger to show other artists. Uh, in the youth at other ways to live and other ways to create music. You know, there's when I was growing up. There was a lot of just rap artists like when a pig most and they were talking about. You know, selling drugs and stuff like that, And I just wasn't totally into it. So I knew that when I stepped away from music in 2010 when I put out records with Wolfman records I promised my mom that when I came back that my message would be something here and something that I could, you know, potentially show the youth. Did you step away in 2010? Because Because you were sick because you because you were struggling with addiction. Yeah, it was. The 2010 was one bear passed away, and I just signed a deal with woven records, and I put out a first DP that did really well in webpage. And then I was preparing for my debut, and there was just a lot of stuff that was going on at my in my life at that time, my band members at the time, you know, they all came from a pretty wealthy families, so they didn't really understand, you know. All the pressures that I was feeling, you know, not being able to fully tell them what was going on in my life. I had to keep it all inside. And it just got to a breaking point where I just couldn't keep it inside and more and it start to show with the live performances. I would if it was, you know, I couldn't I couldn't perform after a while. So I had a breaking point where I had to make a decision either Stay where I was and potentially fall into the same room. Social traps has my my peers and Selkirk. Or maybe try. Go find her treatment sent him. And I was given that opportunity, and at first I didn't take the opportunity. I was supposed to go to Ontario to find treatment, but my dad last minute Had given me an opportunity to have to get help me get a truck and I moved out West and that's kind of where I started. My healing journey was out West and I had started this new life. And.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Because you were not a place that I can get a hair cut you are not the place that I can walk down main street and I can go in to get an ice cream cone and I happen to have the kids going in shock yeah so that's the balance to all of this Boeing workers are headed back to the job and three state cbss Kris van cleave reports shines welcome back some of the twenty seven thousand Boeing employees returning to work this week in Washington state they're finding a new normal of temperature checks social distancing enhanced cleaning procedures staggered shifts to reduce crowding when people arrive and leave required mask wearing in for workers who must be close together they'll be issued PP real estate sales look a little different now Denver real estate agents mark and Lisa Kramer co owners of camber realty are demonstrating a whole new way are showing properly with in person visits by potential buyers no longer allowed in Colorado and many other states it's all about going virtual and here were walking into an office this actually is a former master bedroom who's really going to buy a house when all they can see is a cellphone video of the house really motivated fire that CBS is Barry Peterson and this is CBS news for continuing coverage of the corona virus pandemic with accurate and original reporting stay tuned to CBS news radio now from the Cairo radio news center my northwest dot com well the governor gave the green light to the return of.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On top forty hundreds of people are now scrambling to find new housing in downtown Minneapolis after Wednesday morning fire destroyed a hotel that was shelter for many Drake hotel served as a designated overflow shelter in Hennepin county for families experiencing homelessness those who live here say they woke up to smoke and screens on Christmas morning almost in a movie you see it on TV but you never think you'll be down check with the front desk came running back up and he said there's a fire in the LZ everybody that we can now there's four alarm fire broke out on the second floor of the building the flames quickly spread to the third floor and then into the attic W. C. C. O. T. V.'s Merriam acquired in Chicago gunfire erupted early Christmas day police reporting to injuries one of them a seven year old girl who was shot inside her own home this latest shooting coming after a weekend of violence in the windy city CBS's Tom Hansen report Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot tweeted praying for the young girl struck by a bullet in Brighton park CPD will do everything possible to bring the perpetrator to justice as a city you have our love and support the city's latest crime data shows overall murders and shootings are down but a string of shootings involving children under age twelve and twenty nineteen has now climbed to at least eighteen according to the gun violence archive I'm not a Seoul South Korea where CBS news correspondent Barry Peterson is monitoring developments after Christmas gift warnings to the US from North Korea Christmas may mean time off elsewhere in the world but it's training time for American soldiers in South Korea in just released pictures from the department of defense US and south Korean commandos stage a counterterrorism rate it's another sign of nerves on edge north Korea's Kim Jong hoon promised what North Korea called a Christmas gift that could be a ballistic missile or nuclear weapons to.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of people are now scrambling to find new housing in downtown Minneapolis after Wednesday morning fire destroyed a hotel that had become shelter for many Drake hotel served as a designated overflow shelter in Hennepin county for families experiencing homelessness those who live here say they woke up to smoke and screens on Christmas morning almost in a movie you see it on TV but you never think you'll be down to the front desk he came running back up and you said there is a higher yells everybody got what we can do this for alarm fire broke out on the second floor of the building around three o'clock this morning the flames quickly spread to the third floor and then into the attic WCCO TV is merry McGuire in Chicago gunfire erupted early Christmas day police there reporting to injuries one of them a seven year old girl who was shot inside her own home this latest shooting coming after a weekend of violence on the streets CBS is Tom Hansen reports Chicago mayor Laurie Lightfoot tweeted praying for the young girl struck by a bullet in Brighton park C. B. D. will do everything possible to bring the perpetrator to justice as a city you have our love and support the city's latest crime data shows overall murders and shootings are down but a string of shootings involving children under age twelve and twenty nineteen has now climbed to at least eighteen according to the gun violence archive I'm not a Seoul South Korea where CBS news correspondent Barry Peterson is monitoring developments after Christmas gift warnings to the US from North Korea Christmas may mean time off elsewhere in the world but it's training time for American soldiers in South Korea in just released pictures from the department of defense US and south Korean commandos stage a counterterrorism rate it's another sign of nerves.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Andrew Ahmad is co-founder of Denver's straw coffee. This is our Ostry. He started as a high end coffee roaster, but competition forced him to be different. So she often that's where the misconception starts. So if I were to say to you, Andrew, oh, you're selling pot coffee. What do you say back to them? We're not selling pot coffee. We are selling a coffee that has been infused with, with nutrients from a plant that do not have a recreational purpose. They don't produce any kind of high or experience like that. It's confusing pot comes from the marijuana plant. It's loaded with THC the ingredient that creates but CBD oil comes from the. Hip plant soon legal to grow across the US, it has trace amounts of THC, but usually too small to make anyone high and lately, it seems like CDs for sale everywhere, claiming to help with everything from soreness to stress, but not depends on how your body reacts the rock cannabis acid says Martha or a certified nutritional consultant, so the fat part of this CD coffee CBD donuts, CD spritzers is good for you. Not good for you or nobody knows some people are definitely going to feel better. Some people are going to feel nothing. Brackets trauma. This may be the closest thing to coffee heaven, the quality control tasting room, straw, founder Ahmad is my guide for my first taste of CBD coffee tastes pretty much normal coughing. Great coffee, caffeine is still there. CD is going to balance it out. Just a little bit help with maybe some mental clarity and focus and then help with just kind of make things a little looser. Okay. So it's going to kind of take me up and call me down on this little bit of that. That is CBS news. Barry Peterson Panja dumbs gonna make things a little looser. I don't think we need to be any news or sky. We may be legal this morning. I mean you're talking about a twenty billion dollar industry. Twenty two billion dollars. This stuff cost twenty to fifty four dollars a bag. Now, the lady did say in the report that some people may feel something some people may not feel anything at all. But apparently, this is having an effect on folks. This could be the like you said, you know, they used to drink pots of coffee day. And now they want to cups, that's it. And they're good. So we'll see what happens. I would, you know, so many people I know are getting into CBD, I, I would kinda like to be able to try it, and there's no proof, but you know, if you're taking it and you think you feel better. Yeah. I mean how much effect does your mental at attitude on your physical? If you think you feel great. Yes. Then physically you feel great. And boy, I could use something like that in the morning because there are mornings like I said, when I'm doing sports for Paul and trying to keep Tony on track. And you're getting hit from every which way and everybody wants to talk to you. I mean, there's times rocky do something like a CD. So that's incredible stuff. More to come. I'm sure here, flame thrower. Newsradio eight forty. W. H A S. Let's get a.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Hello, hello. Hello, welcome to the. Thank you, Dan, you know, one of the things about being here in this studio studio seventeen when we get to interview, so many interesting people today, I'm really excited because we have different of ours. He is your friend. I how do you pronounce his name too young new year? And he's from Vietnam. From Saigon was born and raised in Saigon. And he's an American success story coming over here from after the fall of Saigon, exactly. And he's made an amazing name for himself in the beauty industry. And he is a celebrity facialists and rawness expert who has really made it big, but he's also a lovely person, and he has a great story that we are. You can't wait to hear this is, you know, the, the so is a about overcoming obstacles that's about wellness about health. It's about. Having some sort of financial underpinnings in case things happen, that you're not prepared for. But it's also about exploring people who've made something out of nothing came with nothing and now have proven that the America's the greatest country in the world because anyone with a good idea, or good sense of purpose can make it and do something that could be life, affirming, and life changing for both themselves and others. And we have another friend. I mean, we have a lot of friends, a we, as we've come together as a couple, we've had a chance to meet because our stories, so real and so on. Compelling. That's a great word. We also have Barry Peterson is going to be on a little later in the show and I'm very excited about that because berry and his wife, Mary now actually reached out to us some months ago when we were in the eye of the storm with the press. Oh, what we. I don't think anybody any of the press they reached out to us because they had a similar experience and they met under similar circumstances. And so they wanted to show their support to us actually and we did a an amazing CBS special together. Area with Greg O'Brien Brian and his wife. Mary's Marinella Mary, Catherine so very, nice very exciting to speak to, and the great thing about that was that we didn't know them from from, as they say from Adam, but what you find when you're dealing with calamity when you're dealing with situations that seem hopeless is that if you reach out. Oh, you're fortunate enough to let people know people good people. Real people, people, people that give a damn will step up and let you know, you're not alone. And that's what the basis Genesis of the show is all about letting people know to what I went through what I'm experiencing what you've gone through with your dad without with the dementia. My wife currently without time, we found each other because we will honest and open, and we want people to feel when they watch what's taking place. When I say, watch, I mean, what how we interact with each other. That there's a love there and you have to have low for yourself, but you also have to have love to open up and be able to share your pain, and your your downs and progress. I think that whole mission here is to raise awareness. But also, you know, make people aware of caring for others. And how important how important is to be patient and, and carrying and, and showing compassion in different situations in life that we sometimes, I think, tend to overlook or just not really wanna make time for our lives and our busy lives. So, I think, and when I always say is one of the most important things has also for us in our relationship is to keep a sense of humor, even through the toughest times, do you have to, you just never know what's going to happen on the thank you, Dan and Alex show who we write back..

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"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So if you start getting, you know, you're talking on the phone, and you just your mind going all over the place, you know, that that makes up a a serious situation. Not only by the person driving the car but innocent people someone, you know, driving along and their phone. All the rules. But the other thing is is that we see this all the time you have people who pedestrians data texting as they're walking. And I remember seeing a woman walk out into the middle of a street with two young children behind and she was totally distracted by just texting. So it's something that you know, we all have to just do a little bit of effort and try to stop some of this behavior. But you know, let's face it, unless they do enact a law that says, you know, no more talking on the phone on a handheld device. Be getting any. Yeah. It's going to be if they passed it when I hope they do Finally, I don't know why they haven't. But it's surely gonna make your job easy because both things will be getting lower at that time. Not just texting right? Exactly. All right. Anything else? Just some general questions just for all their when I got some good inches. Thank you. Thank you have a great night and happy Easter. Thank you so much. You want to do a Donna did, you know, the phone numbers? I'm not even to recite them right now. I've got to break coming up in about a minute and a half. And this is enough time to least introduce this. Next topic, Bruce, I heard this as a news story, and I just couldn't believe. The would ask of the group MS thirteen they were planning on planning on attacking off duty police officers just to start. Nervousness among now, this was in New York, but it was supposed to spread through the communities, and I just wanna to know if you've heard anything about it. And they know it's not enough time to talk about you can begin the subject. I give you thirty seconds to make a statement. And we'll pick up more after the news. So what do you think that all I did hear something? What about what you were talking about? Yes, we we live in a world. Now that it's not safe for anybody know. And so what we try to do, you know in the police summit? We can't do everything alone. And when I say, it's not safe or anybody else here, we got to cut down the cut down the opportunity, we work very closely with our residents. I'm going to stop you right here. We'll pick up from this point. After the news CBS news update at a suburban Denver ceremony marking the twentieth anniversary of the Columbine high school shooting. It was clear that for many the healing is far. From over Frank. Deangelis was school's principal that day each morning. When I wake the first thing, I do is recite the names of might be loving thirteen. CBS has Barry Peterson from Littleton. Colorado quiet moments blouse mind during a vigil at the memorial for the twelve students and teacher killed at Columbine. A time to leave flowers read about those who died and remember remember twenty years ago when two students opened fire Columbine went from just another suburban Denver school to a name that now means mass murderer there have been three days of ceremonies to honor the victims support their families and remind this community that it has stood strong. Even in the face of.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And the story. Now what led an eighteen year old Florida teen to leave her home for Denver, bent? Prosecutors say on recreating another Columbine massacre. Eighteen year old soul PAC's is dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound or classmates and teacher back home in Miami. I say she was smart and quiet in high school. There was nothing in the history of this young lady at this school or other schools. It would allow anyone to anticipate or predict this type of behavior or outcome. This week marks the twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine shooting massacre and school was back in session in Colorado today in the Denver area after what happened yesterday ABC's. Alec stone continues our coverage on this story really since nineteen ninety nine Columbine has been a tourist attraction people coming by buses pulling up people pouring out of the buses to take pictures in front of the Columbine signed. But it's a high school and after the threat this week and ahead of this weekend's anniversary the school is asking people to please stay away that the Columbine community needs some space and a remembrance service for the victims of the Columbine high school mass shooting is being held in Littleton tonight. More than one hundred twenty people have died in school shooting since that dreadful day reported Barry Peterson spoke with some folks who worked to prevent another shooting in a simulator. Medical on standby school protective officer, Michael Ortega, took me into a hell.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"FBI agents in Colorado, say a woman they feared was planning an attack on Denver area. Schools has taken her own life. CBS news, Steve Kaethe reports. Crochet from Casey NC TV tells us thirty armed officers here, we saw with guns that were heading into the woods as part of this search following up on with considered credible. Leave an FBI agent ran over instead close we've got her high school student from Florida was said to have a fascination with the Columbine high school massacre twenty years ago, Saturday correspondent Barry Peterson authorities knew they would face something. Like this this week. They expected threats this one they consider very very credible. It was enough for Columbine and other schools in that area too close today. CBS news special report, I'm Steve Kaethe attorney general William bars implementing some new rules for immigrants who seek asylum in the US in those. The rules could keep thousands of them behind bars. CBS news Natalie brand has the details. Attorney general William bar is trying to put an end to the catch and release policies for immigrants seeking asylum. Bars decision says asylum seekers who are determined to have credible. Fear will no longer be eligible to be released on bond while awaiting court hearing, the ruling only applies to asylum seekers who enter the country illegally not those who apply for asylum at a port of entry. And it does not affect unaccompanied children or families would be that easy. If congress would get together, and.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"That this young woman. Eighteen year old high school senior is debt. We know the police have located her rural area way west of Denver about sixty some miles. We don't know the circumstances surrounding her death. CBS news correspondent Barry Peterson reporting. We're one hundred days deep into Tony first term as Wisconsin governor. We're supposed to comes with MIR says the legislative lame duck session met no honeymoon happened in December. So no honeymoon not even at Christmas present beans Fritsch. And they're not meeting regularly Republicans complained about that either said, well, you know, I'm available allied. And now they've met, you know, it's not chummy relationship by any means leaving. Several scenarios when it comes time to pass a new budget this summer doesn't enormous veto power. But he may not be able to fix the budget and make it the way he wants, gene. Miller devotee and g news in the box host the pistons tonight at Pfizer foreign fans. They are invited to the deer district to get their celebration on pretty amazing bucks chief marketing officer, Dustin Ghazi tells Wisconsin's morning news, everything is ready to go to will open the gates onto the district plaza, five o'clock. So we'll have know hopefully, live music out there. We'll have no sport court all kinds of activities God's he says the lawsuit have some ticket giveaways for fans in the deer district. Jane, Matenaer, WTMJ WTMJ's coverage of bucks basketball starts with our bucks. Tip off show that starts at six o'clock in the aftermath of the iconic Notre Dame cathedral. Fire experts are now saying they're trying to determine how much damage is done on the rebuild experts certainly asking, well, the structure looks funny. Saw the smoke from the blaze could have affected the mineral composition of the study that we can see on the outside. There are going to have to be assessments. That involve that which may mean that there's a window from anything from two years to five years for the rebuild ABC's. Mikey Kay reporting. The DOJ announcing the arrest of dozens of doctors, nurses, and.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

14:26 min | 2 years ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Dan show with Alex. Welcome back to the thank you, Dan. And alex. Yeah. You know in the last segment, we talked about, caring. We talked about how difficult it is. And watching people go through the journey with someone in the journey. And one of the things that I've learned since I've I've come out of the closet with you. You know, I actually understand what it must be like to hide something. Yeah. We've never really hit. But we didn't talk about it openly. But to I have a greater of action and affinity for young people who are finding themselves finding who they are. And suddenly realize you know, I'm gay or I my lifestyle gender gender. House as can be judged because. Yes, I'm married. Yes. I love my wife. Yes. She is my wife entitled name, but we don't have the same relationship, and we don't share the same things because it's as I always say, it's like drinking from a colander when you get right to it. There's nothing there that we can both share other than I can impact her and there's nothing given back other than she's there physically present, but she's not mentally which is not necessarily. And this is a person who was a high achiever who I always say, I guess if someone was boring and dull and never did anything in life or stroke anything with thought out of the box. You may not even know they had the disease. Yes. I mean, honestly, they had a dour personality or, you know, similar to my dad, you know, he was always so sharpen. He was always a numbers guy. One day when I try to dictate a telephone number Tim him, and he said to me, Alex. Two or three times over and over. Again. He said to me, Alex, you just made a mistake. It's not right. It's not right. Repeated over and over again. And that's when I knew something was truly wrong with him. I call it the window. And then when I went to clean out his house, and I saw all these notes that he had started dam, and he had beautiful penmanship all started in his, you know, regular beautiful, and then they just fizzled out. Right. They just became a straight line of the sidelines remembers the same thing he he was able to write like two or three numbers in a row, and then they just fizzled out. And he just couldn't continue. I could go on another trip about that. Because I know that that that there's evolution because you can see the brain when it's devolving. Yes, you can see going through all the stages from two hemispheres analytical and creative creative down to the reptilian side of the hind stem that only this fight flight. You know, this fear. You know, there's there's just basic. Survival instincts. So I know if the brain can do in that direction. I know how we got to where we are when you're fully loaded when you're you're in. You have a brain that's fully functional. So. In your prime, and that's the tough thing. And so when I look back now, and I see what I remembered beat the b and know what she is today. It's very it's very stressful thing that I've had to turn off because it didn't do me any good to literally past oh, the panel onto the members. You know, one thing I haven't done. And luckily, the house is big enough. We have several closets that are huge and have all of her clothes that we gave away a ton. Like you. I mean, you guys. So know, she was a close person. She had a gazillion shoes. And she wore beautiful outfits and giving away a lot. But there's this last closet and a half the two clauses that I have a tough time going into because each item. I see I can remember an event. Absolutely. I remember how she looked. I can remember her coming out of out of the closet cut closer. But twirling or she says like you say to me she says Honey, should I wear these shoes? Or would you think these pumps, and I'd go, you know? It's it's a it's a it's a wild night. Let's wear red and she'd wear red pumps, and you know, and she always looked magnificent. And so I know what it's like to go to that. And I knew I had to save myself at a certain point, and and not let that take me down. And when you. I found you in the lost and found exactly where I was going. Were you were going? But and I've I've experienced the same thing that you were just describing Dan because I myself can't look back on the past like when I look at. I mean, I I used to have so many pictures of the children when they were little and now I just have some some of those pictures on my phone that I can look at. But I can't really look back on my life was like. Because it's surely and simply too painful, and it doesn't do me any good in. That's what you know. That's it pains me too much to to feel well, well, you know, we've shared I know, you know, basically, I've told you strip away everything I know everything that you could tell me about yourself Lou the ups and downs. I know I know the wards at all, and you know, my warts and all and what you newbies warts Watson. All what is remarkable about us? And I couldn't have found anyone better to be within. You is your understanding your openness. Since of. Empathy and also discretion. I think a very real person. I think I see things for what they are. And I don't expect things that I know don't exist. So I think that you know, I can be that person like a real. You've been walkable bubble. You know, what I would want to help you? And I've gone. I'm going to you know, what it's really funny, I watch and listen, and I see all this stuff. And I see all these angry lonely people. It's like Eleanor Rigby all only people would do. They all come from all the lonely people. And and now they have social media. But I am in. There's a word that I love 'cause I I used to really strike back on it. Because stuff was so stupid. This one woman, then you're trying to validate item, you know, what I don't need. But that's what she needs to do. I don't need to validate. I'm looking at this stuff. And I'm looking at I'm gonna tell you something very honestly the way I look at people in the way, I think about things. I look at it sort of the difference between p pissing urine. Oh, okay. P is what most people they have to do it as part of life. This is something that's embarrassing. That's on your leg. Okay. When you can't get to key in the door, and you can you piss all of your cell phone and urine is something that you look at the last sentence alone. And so I I, you know, it's the three Ps, you know, you have the the reading writing and arithmetic, but I also I I look at what's been written starts with P rhymes with list and won't be missed. So I don't let I don't let those things bother me. But they'll be interesting circumstances coming along because people are analyzing what I'm going through. And they understand, you know, racists such an interesting thing. Most people can't stand to see someone with someone that doesn't look like the person they think they should be with. That's true. Then you probably would have never really thought that was going to happen to you live. Right. Look, I was I was. No, not at all. In this circumstance. Yeah. I mean, I I had I had I had a Christian warrior want my pants to be on fire. I was like. Yeah. What do you mean? Where gasoline underwear? She was gonna light the match, you know, I mean, you know, I mean, it's comical, but they're serious. And you know, at the end of the day, they're very serious. And I just laugh I mean, but I I also take them serious enough to know that you have to be on God and be aware because some, you know, a lot of people do crazy things in the name of whoever. But you know, the big thing that we're talking about is how we came together. And how people caring for each other in different ways because of dealing with circumstances that are beyond control, and I had the good fortune. I mean, we had the good fortune of being with Barry Peterson and his lovely wife. Mary now, Mary Nell, and Mary Catherine and Greg O bar O'Brien O'Brien. Yes suffering. But I gotta let him be a special order on on on our CBS special on Sunday morning, when you know, Gayle king was just patacula. And her assessment of where we are. But I I have a a a note from someone who I met who knows a little bit about. Alzheimer's? Who was that, Dan? That's Lisa Genova. Oh, fantastic. Lisa wrote, the book still Alice that became the award winning movie still Alice, and she wrote something that I I really would wanna read that you've sent to Mary now I watched the segment that you did with Gregg MC, Mary Catherine, Dan, and Alex Bravo seriously. You packed everything in there. It was deeply personal human formative, honest, helpful loving insightful, brave generous, and of course, Greg Kraft jokin, Greg O'Brien, even without time is still has a great sense. He's very he's still very vivid. And he's I mean, three hours, and this guy has full blown out. Farmers was able to hold it together. Then she went on to say I met, Dan and be many years ago at the Alzheimer policy forum in DC. It was good to see them in your piece, and I feel happy and relieved for Dan that he has Alex to love beloved by. I'm so proud of and grateful to you all this message is brave important deeply human. And I know you both had been carrying this torch for a long time. And that's from the woman. Lisa Genova who wrote still Alice, but she went on to say something that was even funnier about one of her family members. She says PS my aunt Annie's husband. My uncle Charlie had Alzheimer's for over ten years before he died when the caregiving got too much for her at home. He moved to an assisted living center, even visited him. There was grueling depleting her energy and spirit. And then she started dating and eventually met someone and fell in love all while. My uncle Charlie was still alive. I'm sure his side of the family judged her. But I was thrilled and relieved for her. She came back to life in fact at age eighty she got a tattoo on her form. That breeds don't look back. You're not going that way. How much do you love that? And then Lisa went on to say, judgment, pity, and empathy. Our enemies of humanity empathy is the key to love and connection. Thank you for. Giving us empathy in your peace. Love. Lisa genova. This is not only an author. She's a neuroscientist. So she understands Alzheimer's not. Because most people really still down. Right. I mean on on a genetic level on a scientific level as well as having family members partake like are different. Dr Sam Gandy who is his mother passed without famous who's going to be on our show coming up, and we're going to do some amazing things with him. Looking for scientists understand that you have to have someone in your life? The neurologist understand, of course, because you have to have a balanced life is all about balance. It's like you have to find the happy medium. It's the same thing with food or whatever you do in life. If you over exercise, you know, it's not good for if you overeat if whatever you do if you over drink you have to find the happy medium, so you need to create a balance in in your situation or any caregiver situation is very important to create the balance and find some joy, whatever that may be. It's so amazing. You know, I think about it. I mean, people want to take you down a road where there's no there's nothing. They're the people who understand and know say one thing good for you dad what everybody in love. Everybody in life deserves a little love and affection, and we all need affection, and you can only live for so long without experiencing. Affection and caring, Honey. All right caregiver needs to be cared for as well. Who goes to the coach when the coach needs to go to someone else. Exactly. So let's keep that in perspective. And let's keep that in mind and for all of our listeners as well. You nailed it. Honey. Thank you. You're listening to the thank you, dad. Alex, you we'll be right back. Teekay.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Tom Foty. Welcome twenty nineteen. Those high spirits in an otherwise soaked time square reports start right there on the streets of New York City CBS's narrow Ruben those raining all day, but for about five hours, it was pouring and these people. A lot of them have been here since noon. Hours on end in the same spot. Just dripping wet of New York can drop beautiful ball. Why can't Plymouth drop a big cheese? One of the organizers of Plymouth. Wisconsin's big cheese drop the community holds the event every New Year's Eve a metal cheese wedges lowered slowly from a one hundred foot fire truck ladder. Agent service announced they arrested an American in Moscow identified only as Paul Whalen that claimed he was on a spy mission a crime that carries up to a twenty year sentence. US officials say they have not spoken to Whalen. Correspondent Barry Peterson at our foreign desk. Nasa the space agency thinks it's unmanned new horizon spacecraft has now passed the most distant world.

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"barry peterson" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

05:48 min | 3 years ago

"barry peterson" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Larry, how. Week. Really. The best way take it is pretty. On utah. Much sleep. Don't try to communicate just relax. We know from animal experiments that the individuals can be system is very important in regulating motoric TV that very type of activity that is impaired in Parkinson's disease from animal experiments. We also know that boosting certain branches of the and I've been at system is helpful in relieving symptoms of Parkinson's. Finally found little information. We know that certain Asians who smoke marijuana experience relieve of their seasons. I think you calm down. Amazing. He used just a single drop and his hands afterwards rock steady and the disconnect left. It works most of the time. Twelve year old girl is spearheading a campaign to legalize medical marijuana across the whole country. Alexis foretell says she and her family had no choice, but to move from their Texas home to Colorado to treat her severe epilepsy. Now, her family and a handful of others are suing attorney general Jeff Sessions and the DA they're demanding cannabis for the treatment of their illnesses diseases and medical conditions. Very Peterson spoke with Alexis. He is in Denver, Colorado with her story. Very good morning. Good morning. Well, here at medicine, man, they grow a lot of marijuana that they use in their pop products. Now, even though marijuana is legal in Colorado recreational use, there's still a debate about its value, the treat medical conditions, but one family thinks this is nothing less than a lifesaver. Ever since I've been on this cannabis. I've actually been seizure free for today. It's nine hundred seventy four days. So we're coming up on the thousand. So I think that's pretty good, pretty good deed because this was once the life of Alexis seizures every few days as seen on these videos taken at the direction of her doctors. Her parents say, epilepsy medications didn't work, and there was even talk of brain surgery. What the you call up. Well, I call it my seizure monster. This seems to tame the seizure monster and oil made from marijuana taken twice a day. Her family lived in Texas where they couldn't get the oil they needed, but they could in Colorado, we're both medical and recreational pot are allowed for her father dean board till the decision to move here. Three years ago wasn't easy one. I would die for her. Right? So the least I could do is up route my life and give her a chance at the exact same freedoms and future. I do it again twice on Sunday. Are you adjusted to be here? I'm living here about three years, so we're just staying alert just hopes. The lawsuit will make medical marijuana legal across the country. Do you think it's unfair, but this medicine is not available to everybody in the United States. I think it's really unfair because I feel like. They're basically punishing us because we're sick, but some medical experts are not sure Jack will infringe is the chief scientific officer of the pup sue foundation. We really need more. We search to find out what's helping what's hurting, whether people should opt for this over some other options that they may have. Alexis has turned her epilepsy into her calls, making soap and donating the proceeds to charity even writing a book. But all she really wants is just to be a kid and make you also feel more normal in your regular life. Yes, because. I can let say the sleep over at a friend's house without having a seizure. Why did you think people would listen to a twelve year old? Well, I feel like. It wouldn't really matter because it's the right thing to do, and I don't think I need to be over eighteen to do the right thing. The the Justice department, both turned down a request for an interview as for Alexis. She lives this new normal one day at a time, but she hopes that the marijuana means the seizure. Monster will never come back. Absolutely. Barry Peterson, thank you very much.

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Heavily armed men in helicopter free notorious French inmate

WBZ Afternoon News

03:12 min | 3 years ago

Heavily armed men in helicopter free notorious French inmate

"And then started amassing one of the largest personal collections of baseball memorabilia in america all for the love of the game i don't care if you're the banker the town the sheriff you are you know certain ethnic or race y'all went to the game y'all set pretty much together and y'all rooted for the home team and it was it brought people together some pieces are now on exhibit at history colorado center in denver like the handprint babe ruth made for a poem reader so when you the fan walk into the exhibit you can shake hands with fave ruth joe dimaggio a slugger maybe better known for his two hundred and seventy four day to multirace marriage to marilyn monroe this story that he would send roses to her grave every day every day when he was alive why do you think he did that never stopped loving her it's still the same game on a summer's day nine guys against one lonely batter and as the man who is collected so many memories knows well it's still what it has always been it's so simple when life is so complex and when you add all that together it comes out at baseball's magic that is cbs's barry peterson wbz news time one fifty one connecticut teen has been detained for leading police chase in a stolen car the eighteen year old refused to pullover lead officers on a brief chase before crashing the stolen vehicle and taking off on foot he was arrested several hours later held on bond at the newtown police department it's a crazy prison escape right out of a hollywood movie but it's for real a criminal in france has taken from his prison courtyard by is a god blesses in a helicopter navy sees jennifer eccleston with more on the gangsters great escape french authorities are confirming a daring escape from a paris area prison a notorious gangster escaped in a small helicopter helped by several heavily armed men who created a diversion at the prison entrance while the helicopter landed in the courtyard the forty six year old has been serving a twenty five year old murder sentence police say an extensive manhunt is underway helicopter pilots believe may have been taken as a hostage a migratory earned the nickname spiderman after rescuing a child had his first day at a new job with the paris fire brigade the man's remarkable rescue of a child dangling from a balcony not only one an internet start him but french citizenship as well and a job with the fire department the twenty two year old molly and migrant is one of the brigades twenty four new recruits if you live on the new law has some massachusetts aware alerts have breaking news the time road traffic on the.

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