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01:59 min | 2 hrs ago

Update on the latest sports

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Timberwolves beat Knicks...Rafael Nadal advances

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01:58 min | 23 hrs ago

Timberwolves beat Knicks...Rafael Nadal advances

"AP AP AP AP sports sports sports sports I'm I'm I'm I'm Josh Josh Josh Josh Rowntree Rowntree Rowntree Rowntree a a a a busy busy busy busy night night night night in in in in the the the the NHL NHL NHL NHL in in in in Boston Boston Boston Boston a a a a match match match match up up up up of of of of two two two two of of of of the the the the league's league's league's league's top top top top teams teams teams teams turned turned turned turned into into into into a a a a runaway runaway runaway runaway correspondent correspondent correspondent correspondent Gethin Gethin Gethin Gethin Coolbaugh Coolbaugh Coolbaugh Coolbaugh has has has has more more more more just just just just very very very very cold cold cold cold Canadian Canadian Canadian Canadian we we we we had had had had two two two two of of of of the the the the hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes five five five five first first first first period period period period goals goals goals goals on on on on the the the the way way way way to to to to a a a a seven seven seven seven to to to to one one one one route route route route of of of of the the the the Bruins Bruins Bruins Bruins coach coach coach coach Kenny Kenny Kenny Kenny and and and and he he he he scored scored scored scored the the the the second second second second and and and and third third third third of of of of his his his his team's team's team's team's five five five five goals goals goals goals in in in in the the the the opening opening opening opening period period period period to to to to take take take take a a a a five five five five to to to to one one one one advantage advantage advantage advantage after after after after one one one one table table table table teravainen teravainen teravainen teravainen sept sept sept sept Jarvis Jarvis Jarvis Jarvis and and and and Derek Derek Derek Derek Stepan Stepan Stepan Stepan each each each each scored scored scored scored in in in in the the the the period period period period while while while while Jacob Jacob Jacob Jacob Slavin Slavin Slavin Slavin and and and and Andrei Andrei Andrei Andrei Svechnikov Svechnikov Svechnikov Svechnikov added added added added goals goals goals goals in in in in the the the the third third third third step step step step on on on on says says says says the the the the hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes hurricanes couldn't couldn't couldn't couldn't have have have have asked asked asked asked for for for for a a a a better better better better start start start start this this this this is is is is one one one one of of of of the the the the good good good good ones ones ones ones that that that that ray ray ray from from from the the the the the the start start start of of of the the the game game game we we we did did did a a a lot lot lot of of of things things things we we we wanted wanted wanted to to to Patrice Patrice Patrice Bergeron Bergeron Bergeron had had had the the the lone lone lone Bruins Bruins Bruins goal goal goal before before before the the the game game game the the the Bruins Bruins Bruins retired retired retired the the the number number number twenty twenty twenty two two two of of of hall hall hall of of of Famer Famer Famer Willie Willie Willie reed reed reed who who who broke broke broke the the the NHL's NHL's NHL's color color color barrier barrier barrier in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen fifty fifty fifty eight eight eight among among among other other other NHL NHL NHL games games games the the the flames flames flames beat beat beat up up up Florida Florida Florida five five five one one one and and and in in in Washington Washington Washington the the the capitals capitals capitals got got got by by by Winnipeg Winnipeg Winnipeg for for for three three three S. 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Israel study: 4th vaccine shows limited results with omicron

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00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Israel study: 4th vaccine shows limited results with omicron

"An an Israeli Israeli hospital hospital says says preliminary preliminary research research indicates indicates a a fourth fourth dose dose of of the the coronavirus coronavirus vaccine vaccine provides provides only only limited limited defense defense against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant car car Spondon Spondon Norman Norman hall hall reports reports Sheba Sheba hospital hospital last last month month began began administering administering a a fourth fourth faxing faxing to to more more than than two two hundred hundred seventy seventy medical medical workers workers one one hundred hundred fifty fifty four four who who received received the the Fizer Fizer vaccine vaccine and and one one hundred hundred twenty twenty others others receive receive modernas modernas all all have have previously previously been been vaccinated vaccinated three three times times with with the the Pfizer Pfizer vaccine vaccine clinical clinical trial trial found found it it both both showed showed increases increases in in everybody's everybody's slightly slightly higher higher than than following following the the third third vaccine vaccine last last year year but but it it said said the the increase increase everybody's everybody's did did not not prevent prevent the the spread spread of of Omicron Omicron the the preliminary preliminary results results raise raise questions questions about about Israel's Israel's decision decision to to offer offer a a second second booster booster shot shot and and fourth fourth overall overall to to it's it's over over sixty sixty population population I I Norman Norman hall hall

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Winter storm whipping East Coast with snow, thunderstorms

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00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Winter storm whipping East Coast with snow, thunderstorms

"A a dangerous dangerous winter winter storms storms been been bringing bringing significant significant snowfall snowfall strong strong thunderstorms thunderstorms and and blustery blustery winds winds to to the the east east coast coast there's there's a a foot foot of of snow snow forecast forecast for for parts parts of of New New England England New New York York state state Ohio Ohio in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania through through Tuesday Tuesday morning morning forecasters forecasters in in buffalo buffalo New New York York say say the the snow snow is is falling falling fast fast sleet sleet and and rain rain are are the the main main threats threats for for much much of of Massachusetts Massachusetts Connecticut Connecticut and and Rhode Rhode Island Island overnight overnight periods periods of of snow snow fall fall transition transition to to rain rain at at the the National National Weather Weather Service Service in in Boston Boston forecasters forecasters say say wind wind gusts gusts could could reach reach seventy seventy miles miles an an hour hour hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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No. 14 Villanova hits 12 3s in 82-42 romp over Butler

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00:28 sec | 3 d ago

No. 14 Villanova hits 12 3s in 82-42 romp over Butler

"Calling calling the the last last be be drained drained five five three three pointers pointers while while scoring scoring seventeen seventeen points points as as the the fourteenth fourteenth ranked ranked Wildcats Wildcats clobbered clobbered Butler Butler eighty eighty two two forty forty two two Justin Justin Moore Moore delivered delivered fifteen fifteen points points while while Eric Eric Dixon Dixon Jermaine Jermaine Samuels Samuels each each scored scored fourteen fourteen points points and and Villanova Villanova six six straight straight win win the the Wildcats Wildcats shot shot seventy seventy one one percent percent in in the the first first half half then then opened opened the the second second Levin Levin run run Villanova Villanova is is thirteen thirteen and and four four overall overall six six and and one one in in the the big big east east Chuck Chuck Harris Harris led led the the Bulldogs Bulldogs with with fifteen fifteen points points I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Tom Brady notches 35th postseason win, 85th postseason touchdown pass

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00:31 sec | 3 d ago

Tom Brady notches 35th postseason win, 85th postseason touchdown pass

"The the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers scored scored the the first first thirty thirty one one points points of of the the game game and and coasted coasted to to a a thirty thirty one one to to fifteen fifteen victory victory over over the the Philadelphia Philadelphia eagles eagles in in the the NFC NFC wild wild card card round round of of the the playoffs playoffs Tom Tom Brady Brady completed completed twenty twenty nine nine of of thirty thirty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred seventy seventy one one yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns to to Shawn Shawn Vaughn Vaughn and and Giovanni Giovanni Bernard Bernard each each ran ran for for a a score score the the bucs bucs defense defense held held the the eagles eagles vaunted vaunted running running game game to to ninety ninety five five yards yards on on the the day day eagles eagles quarterback quarterback Jaylen Jaylen hurts hurts ran ran for for thirty thirty nine nine yards yards and and passed passed for for two two hundred hundred fifty fifty eight eight what what was was intercepted intercepted twice twice on on Tom Tom Aikens Aikens the the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay Buccaneers Buccaneers scored scored the the first first thirty thirty one one points points of of the the game game and and coasted coasted to to a a thirty thirty one one to to fifteen fifteen victory victory over over the the Philadelphia Philadelphia eagles eagles in in the the NFC NFC wild wild card card round round of of the the playoffs playoffs Tom Tom Brady Brady completed completed twenty twenty nine nine of of thirty thirty seven seven passes passes for for two two hundred hundred seventy seventy one one yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns to to Shawn Shawn Vaughn Vaughn and and Giovanni Giovanni Bernard Bernard each each ran ran for for a a score score the the

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MLK III: History to remember Sinema unkindly over filibuster

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00:57 sec | 3 d ago

MLK III: History to remember Sinema unkindly over filibuster

"On on this this holiday holiday weekend weekend which which celebrates celebrates Martin Martin Luther Luther king king day day on on Monday Monday his his son son Martin Martin Luther Luther king king the the third third continues continues pushing pushing for for voting voting rights rights this this time time in in Arizona Arizona he he and and his his wife wife and and daughter daughter joined joined a a March March Saturday Saturday in in Phoenix Phoenix and and told told the the crowd crowd the the democratic democratic senator senator Kristen Kristen cinema cinema cannot cannot simultaneously simultaneously expressed expressed support support for for voting voting rights rights legislation legislation while while also also blocking blocking approval approval by by refusing refusing to to change change the the Senate's Senate's Jim Jim crow crow era era filibuster filibuster rules rules table table men men men men the the J. J. family family of of slain slain people people the the right right to to vote vote in in eighteen eighteen seventy seventy that that didn't didn't have have bipartisan bipartisan support support she she was was later later amended amended the the right right to to vote vote senators senators I'm I'm just just a a plant plant Hologic Hologic here here insurance insurance that that is is not not logical logical and and audio audio courtesy courtesy KNXV KNXV king king also also spoke spoke about about the the importance importance of of no no celebration celebration without without legislation legislation I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Embiid scores 32, leads 76ers to 109-98 win in Miami

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00:41 sec | 4 d ago

Embiid scores 32, leads 76ers to 109-98 win in Miami

"Joe Joe well well indeed indeed scored scored twenty twenty five five of of his his thirty thirty two two points points in in the the second second half half of of the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers beat beat the the heat heat one one oh oh nine nine ninety ninety eight eight and and beat beat help help the the Sixers Sixers outscore outscore Miami Miami sixty sixty six six forty forty eight eight over over the the final final two two periods periods no no Barbara Barbara was was player player in in the the NBA NBA in in the the first first half half so so there there was was no no way way I I could could play play worse worse than than I I did did so so all all I I needed needed to to do do was was just just been been aggressive aggressive Tobias Tobias Harris Harris added added twenty twenty two two points points on on nine nine of of thirteen thirteen shooting shooting sept sept curry curry finished finished with with twenty twenty one one points points from from Philadelphia Philadelphia which which is is one one nine nine of of ten ten he he leading leading scorer scorer Jimmy Jimmy Butler Butler finished finished with with just just eight eight points points on on one one of of eleven eleven shooting shooting Omar Omar Yurtseven Yurtseven scored scored a a career career high high twenty twenty two two points points and and had had eleven eleven rebounds rebounds from from Miami Miami I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Coach K back, No. 8 Duke rolls inside to beat NC State

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00:42 sec | 4 d ago

Coach K back, No. 8 Duke rolls inside to beat NC State

"Mark Mark Williams Williams just just missed missed a a triple triple double double Apollo Apollo Ben Ben Carroll Carroll had had a a team team high high twenty twenty one one points points as as eighth eighth ranked ranked Duke Duke beat beat North North Carolina Carolina state state eighty eighty eight eight seventy seventy three three Williams Williams had had nineteen nineteen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and eight eight blocks blocks in in the the return return of of head head coach coach Mike Mike Gesicki Gesicki who who missed missed one one game game due due to to a a non non cove cove illness illness I I had had so so many many of of those those symptoms symptoms and and are are really really almost almost I I have have no no energy energy at at all all and and just just to to save save them them I I couldn't couldn't keep keep my my eyes eyes on on the the blue blue devil devil shat shat over over fifty fifty eight eight percent percent Duke Duke had had a a season season high high fifty fifty eight eight points points inside inside freshman freshman turquoise turquoise Ian Ian Smith Smith scored scored nineteen nineteen points points for for the the ninety ninety nine nine wolf wolf pack pack Duke Duke is is fourteen fourteen into into overall overall foreign foreign one one in in the the conference conference I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Warriors roll to most lopsided win, beat Bulls 138-96

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00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Warriors roll to most lopsided win, beat Bulls 138-96

"The the Golden Golden State State Warriors Warriors bounced bounced back back from from a a blowout blowout loss loss of of the the Bucks Bucks one one night night earlier earlier to to blow blow up up the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls one one thirty thirty eight eight ninety ninety six six Golden Golden State State has has just just a a one one point point lead lead with with four four minutes minutes left left in in the the first first quarter quarter but but then then went went on on a a fifty fifty six six twenty twenty six six run run to to go go up up seventy seventy eight eight forty forty seven seven at at halftime halftime six six warriors warriors scored scored in in double double figures figures led led by by Ricky Ricky jumping jumping coming coming his his twenty twenty five five points points Jordan Jordan Poole Poole scored scored twenty twenty two two Steph Steph curry curry added added nineteen nineteen the the bulls bulls became became the the first first team team in in NBA NBA history history with with the the conference's conference's best best record record to to lose lose consecutive consecutive home home games games played played at at least least twenty twenty five five points points I'm I'm Tom Tom Merriam Merriam

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Booker, Ayton help NBA-leading Suns beat Pacers, 112-94

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00:40 sec | 5 d ago

Booker, Ayton help NBA-leading Suns beat Pacers, 112-94

"Devin Devin Booker Booker D. D. Andriy Andriy Aiden Aiden and and Chris Chris Paul Paul set set the the NBA NBA leading leading sons sons to to a a one one twelve twelve ninety ninety four four when when it it Indiana Indiana Booker Booker was was high high scorer scorer with with thirty thirty five five points points while while Eaton Eaton had had twenty twenty seven seven with with twelve twelve rebounds rebounds Paul Paul chipped chipped in in twelve twelve points points and and nine nine assists assists for for Phoenix Phoenix which which was was tied tied at at seventy seventy six six in in the the third third quarter quarter before before embarking embarking on on a a twenty twenty three three to to run run Booker Booker scored scored twenty twenty two two points points in in the the period period just just started started getting getting on on you you know know they they made made it it a a close close game game the the deuce deuce Todd Todd once once you you started started doing doing that that it it was was one one of of those those not not willing willing to to go go the the Suns Suns improved improved to to thirty thirty two two one one nine nine while while the the Pacers Pacers fell fell to to fifteen fifteen to to twenty twenty eight eight with with their their third third straight straight loss loss Justin Justin holiday holiday had had twenty twenty five five points points to to caris caris levert levert had had twenty twenty for for Indiana Indiana I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Tennis Hall of Famer Chris Evert says she has ovarian cancer

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00:46 sec | 5 d ago

Tennis Hall of Famer Chris Evert says she has ovarian cancer

"A a tennis tennis legend legend says says she's she's battling battling cancer cancer in in a a story story posted posted on on ESPN ESPN dot dot com com tennis tennis star star in in TV TV analyst analyst Chris Chris Evert Evert is is revealing revealing that that she she was was diagnosed diagnosed with with early early stage stage of of ovarian ovarian cancer cancer the the sixty sixty seven seven year year old old hall hall of of Famer Famer won won eighteen eighteen grand grand slam slam titles titles and and was was the the number number one one women's women's tennis tennis player player for for years years in in the the nineteen nineteen seventies seventies and and eighties eighties she she told told journalists journalists Chris Chris McKendry McKendry she she learned learned of of the the cancer cancer last last month month and and this this week week began began chemotherapy chemotherapy treatments treatments her her sister sister Jean's Jean's untimely untimely death death from from ovarian ovarian cancer cancer in in twenty twenty twenty twenty eventually eventually lead lead ever ever to to discover discover she she too too shares shares a a pathogenic pathogenic variant variant of of the the Brock Brock a a one one gene gene she she had had a a preventive preventive hysterectomy hysterectomy in in early early December December and and her her cancer cancer was was discovered discovered soon soon afterward afterward in in the the ESPN ESPN story story ever ever admitted admitted to to being being nervous nervous saying saying she she has has no no idea idea how how she'll she'll respond respond but but takes takes comfort comfort in in knowing knowing the the chemotherapy chemotherapy is is to to ensure ensure that that the the cancer cancer does does not not come come back back I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Today Show 70th Anniversary-Today Intro and Wrap

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00:57 sec | 5 d ago

Today Show 70th Anniversary-Today Intro and Wrap

"A a milestone milestone today today in in morning morning television television N. N. B. B. C. C. news news this this is is a a special special edition edition of of today today seventieth seventieth anniversary anniversary the the today today show show first first aired aired on on January January fourteenth fourteenth nineteen nineteen fifty fifty two two with with Dave Dave Galloway Galloway as as the the host host co co host host now now our our Savannah Savannah Guthrie Guthrie and and Hoda Hoda copy copy but but Guthrie Guthrie was was not not on on the the set set today today she she tested tested positive positive for for the the coronavirus coronavirus Savannah's Savannah's always always front front center center I I mean mean she she may may not not physically physically be be here here but but we've we've always always had had a a name name but but eight eight thousand thousand times times and and this this is is just just one one of of those those unlucky unlucky moments moments where where you you happen happen to to get get you you know know get get Kobe Kobe during during this this moment moment al al Roker Roker has has been been delivering delivering the the weather weather on on the the today today show show for for more more than than thirty thirty years years it's it's not not an an act act yeah yeah you you know know you you see see that that on on TV TV I I think think a a lot lot of of places places of of tried tried to to manufacture manufacture that that it it but but I I think think it it speaks speaks to to the the seventy seventy years years speaks speaks to to the the the the the the the the genuineness genuineness of of what what goes goes on on in in Studio Studio One One last last night night the the lights lights on on the the Empire Empire State State Building Building in in New New York York or or in in the the today today show's show's trademark trademark orange orange I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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Antetokounmpo has triple-double, Bucks rip Warriors 118-99

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00:41 sec | 6 d ago

Antetokounmpo has triple-double, Bucks rip Warriors 118-99

"It it had had been been a a difficult difficult stretch stretch for for the the box box with with lost lost four four of of five five but but got got back back to to playing playing at at an an elite elite level level by by hammering hammering the the warriors warriors one one eighteen eighteen ninety ninety nine nine it it was was pretty pretty much much over over by by halftime halftime with with the the box box let's let's seventy seventy seven seven thirty thirty eight eight AM AM could could do do little little wrong wrong in in the the first first half half coach coach Mike Mike Budenholzer Budenholzer says says the the team team came came out out with with a a mission mission there there was was a a good good focus focus from from us us tonight tonight you you know know what what I I think think when when it it starts starts on on the the defensive defensive end end and and usually usually that's that's what what what what about about us us got got a a sort sort of of a a couple couple had had a a triple triple double double led led the the scoring scoring with with thirty thirty points points the the warriors warriors who who have have lost lost four four of of their their last last five five did did not not get get much much from from guard guard Steph Steph curry curry he he was was pestered pestered all all night night by by the the bucs bucs defense defense finished finished with with twelve twelve points points nearly nearly fifteen fifteen under under his his average average check check Freeman Freeman Milwaukee Milwaukee

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California governor denies RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan parole

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00:51 sec | 6 d ago

California governor denies RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan parole

"The the man man who who assassinated assassinated Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy has has been been once once again again denied denied parole parole calling calling the the slaying slaying one one of of the the most most notorious notorious crimes crimes in in American American history history California California governor governor Gavin Gavin Newsom Newsom rejected rejected a a recommendation recommendation from from parole parole commissioners commissioners to to release release her her hand hand Sir Sir him him the the man man who who shot shot and and killed killed senator senator Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty eight eight five five others others were were wounded wounded during during the the shooting shooting at at the the ambassador ambassador hotel hotel in in Los Los Angeles Angeles which which took took place place moments moments after after Kennedy Kennedy claimed claimed victory victory in in California's California's democratic democratic presidential presidential primary primary in in his his decision decision Newsome Newsome said said Sir Sir hand hand now now seventy seventy seven seven still still lacks lacks insight insight regarding regarding his his crime crime and and poses poses a a threat threat to to public public safety safety during during his his parole parole hearing hearing Sir Sir has has stopped stopped short short of of taking taking full full responsibility responsibility for for a a shooting shooting he he said said he he doesn't doesn't recall recall because because he he was was drunk drunk Kennedy's Kennedy's widow widow and and six six of of his his children children hailed hailed Newsom's Newsom's decision decision well well two two of of Kennedy Kennedy son son supports supports our our hands hands release release the the defense defense attorney attorney says says she she will will ask ask a a judge judge to to overturn overturn the the denial denial saying saying the the parole parole process process has has become become politicized politicized and and the the new new Senate Senate nor nor California California law law I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer came came

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Wyoming tries again to remove Yellowstone grizzly protection

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00:58 sec | 6 d ago

Wyoming tries again to remove Yellowstone grizzly protection

"The the state state of of Wyoming Wyoming is is asking asking the the federal federal government government to to remove remove grizzly grizzly bears bears in in around around Yellowstone Yellowstone National National Park Park from from protection protection under under the the Endangered Endangered Species Species Act Act Wyoming Wyoming governor governor mark mark Gordon Gordon says says the the declaration declaration dates dates back back to to nineteen nineteen seventy seventy five five and and Grizzlies Grizzlies at at Yellowstone Yellowstone now now can can no no longer longer be be considered considered in in danger danger articulation articulation is is over over target target in in terms terms of of viable viable populations populations nearly nearly nearly nearly three three times times if if the the request request is is approved approved the the bears bears could could be be hunted hunted one one of of the the problems problems with with bears bears come come into into contact contact with with humans humans sometimes sometimes it's it's not not particularly particularly good good for for humans humans often often it's it's not not particularly particularly good good for for Bairstow Bairstow Yellowstone Yellowstone region region spans spans Wyoming Wyoming Idaho Idaho and and Montana Montana and and raise raise a a Carty Carty with with the the center center for for biological biological diversity diversity says says the the bears bears may may not not be be endangered endangered now now but but there there is is no no scientific scientific reason reason to to hunt hunt grizzly grizzly bears bears now now they're they're predators predators they they manage manage their their own own populations populations recorded recorded calls calls Wyoming's Wyoming's petition petition outrageous outrageous I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue

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Hornets end 16-game losing streak to 76ers in 109-98 win

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Hornets end 16-game losing streak to 76ers in 109-98 win

"The the Hornets Hornets to to drop drop sixteen sixteen straight straight to to the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers before before finally finally winning winning in in Philadelphia Philadelphia one one oh oh nine nine ninety ninety eight eight Gordon Gordon Hayward Hayward hit hit his his first first nine nine shots shots and and poured poured in in thirty thirty points points Hey Hey were were provided provided twenty twenty two two points points by by halftime halftime nailing nailing four four three three pointers pointers while while shooting shooting nine nine for for nine nine Terry Terry Rozier Rozier scored scored twenty twenty two two points points to to miles miles bridges bridges at at a a twenty twenty one one helping helping the the Hornets Hornets and and the the NBA's NBA's longest longest active active losing losing streak streak against against another another team team the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers seven seven game game winning winning streak streak ended ended despite despite Jo Jo Ellan Ellan beat beat who who scored scored thirty thirty one one points points for for the the fifth fifth straight straight game game I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Ronnie Spector, '60s icon who sang ‘Be My Baby,’ dies at 78

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Ronnie Spector, '60s icon who sang ‘Be My Baby,’ dies at 78

"Singer singer Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector and and the the Ronettes Ronettes has has died died after after a a brief brief battle battle with with cancer cancer according according to to her her family family she she was was seventy seventy eight eight I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at her her life life and and career career Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector wrote wrote in in her her memoir memoir back back when when the the run run outs outs were were known known as as Ronnie Ronnie in in the the relatives relatives they they had had yet yet to to have have a a hit hit so so they they wow wow to to their their audiences audiences with with tight tight skirts skirts and and lots lots of of mascara mascara the the audition audition for for Bennett's Bennett's future future husband husband and and ex ex husband husband producer producer Phil Phil Spector Spector in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty three three he he produced produced their their heads heads be be My My Baby Baby baby baby I I love love you you and and Christmas Christmas songs songs like like sleigh sleigh ride ride Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector had had a a resurgence resurgence in in popularity popularity when when Eddie Eddie money money featured featured her her on on his his nineteen nineteen eighty eighty six six on on take take me me home home tonight tonight a a movie movie based based on on her her autobiography autobiography is is in in the the works works

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"early seventies" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"early seventies" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Release plan. White House correspondent Greg Clugston reports. The president argues that time is of the essence when it comes to passing a covert stimulus measure, So I'm going to act. I'm gonna act fast. Mr Biden says he prefers to have the support of Republicans, but they're just not willing to go. As far as I think we have to go with job creation stalling, the president says the country needs a big, bold response to deal with the financial and health crises. Greg Clugston Washington, Alabama Republican Senator Richard Shelby, reportedly indicating to friends he would may not run for re election next year. But some Republicans already urging him to reconsider. Also a town hall dot com. Republican senators seeking As potential for presidential candidates in 2024 are taking aim at China list includes GOP senators Tom Cotton, Josh Holly, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, as well as a few others in debate over the federal budget. Each marked out their own territory, yet all had one theme in common between them. They filed at least 16 amendments related to China in debate on that budget. Senator Cotton proposing holding China accountable for the origins of covert 19 Marco Rubio proposing an amendment to restrict what way technologies but Magna reporting Super Bowl Sunday right around the corner. Kansas City Chiefs in Tampa Bay Buccaneers, marking the biggest day of sports broadcasting for the networks, Oscar winning actor Christopher Plummer has died. He was 91 Hall of Fame songwriter Jim Weatherly is dead. Weatherly wrote many of the great hits for Gladys Knight and the Pips Back in the 19 sixties and early seventies..

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"early seventies" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"early seventies" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Music is at one of several creative peaks that had been had Over their career, the that in his autobiography feel less referred to the The Human Gestapo. They were trying to form. They wanted their their brains, toe all merge, and they wanted to play as he called. They want to be the fingers on a hand. Every musician was connected to the other players. And that's the thing that they were doing it involve listening even harder than you were playing. And in the in the early seventies. The stage was very simple. They weren't a lot of effects. The key Cacho was playing a grand piano, which is essentially a percussion instrument. There weren't bar you know, String pads and organ swells going through the music, the piano and the guitars were all very easy, Tio here in the mix, there was one drummer. And Bill Kreutzmann was as agile as any drummer ever and could follow Donna Jean God show who was singing in the band at the time, she said, Kreutzmann. The thing about Crites, um, that made of amazing was he basically like Had one limb. Connected to each of the players on stage. You know, he had. He was responding as Jerry and Bob and Phil and Keith and and think they could turn on a dime. And so those That stretch of time. They had all these amazing songs that they were playing, and they were doing this really, really high level interactive improvising, and it just was so deeply satisfying and things changed over the years and I I'm not one of those people that blames the dead for not staying exactly the way I wanted them to be, because I being a musician myself. I understand that everybody evolves and I had, you know, it's not like I didn't like the later editions. But some some if anybody asked me, you know, if you hope could only listen to one year of the grateful that for the rest of your life, I would choose 1973. Because it's a hugely creative year. They had a bunch of new material that got introduced over the course of that year. They were playing at this absolute peak of mental connectedness. And the Sonics were just clear is could be the wall of sound and its predecessors. Just brilliant, Brilliant sound and you can listen to recordings from that period. For example, the Pacific Northwest Box set six complete shows from 73 74. You hear? There's just so much amazing music being played in that period. All right, well, Donna Jean Donna Jean was amazing that she was beautiful, but I think we all fell in love with her different forms of the psychedelic reverie. Ah, at the time I remember And I don't remember where, Jerry said. It might have been in like newspaper or Rolling Stone or Orban magazine about, you know, listening to Phil and having to go back and listen to the tapes and slower speed. You understand what the hell he was doing? Oh, yeah. He talked about that. In one of the interviews that he he heard the tape being fast wound, and he heard Phil's part. Condensed, you know, and he could hear he heard this melody that basically ran the whole length of the song with Jerry observed, Yeah. That that Phyllis Phil plays a deeper game than most bass players. For sure. Yeah, thank you, David. Anything else you want to leave us with about books coming out films coming out radio shows anything else or your music. We're going to go out with something called Down to Eugene. Oh, great. Well, I play a live show every afternoon and it starts at five o'clock mountain time on Facebook, My Facebook Page D Ganz music, and it's also carried on another site called Cash or Trade. Dot org, which is a and an anti scalping site for trading concert tickets. And since nobody's trading concert tickets right now they have doing this.

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"early seventies" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"early seventies" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"In the early seventies, This was all over the radio You couldn't escape could not know. She passed away yesterday. Also at the age of 78. No Cause of death has been revealed, although her daughter said she had been dealing with some health and memory issues before death. Best known for I am Woman, which which went to number one in 1972. She also topped the charts with Delta Dawn in 1973, another one You couldn't Listen to a radio without hearing an Angie Baby in 1974. She had her own short lived variety show, the Helen Reddy show dabbled in acting. I remember in Pete's Dragon, and then I don't recall her an airport 75, but it's been a long time since I saw airport 75 Guess what? You're that came out 75. Very good. So, Yeah. Helen Reddy died yesterday as long as well as Mac Davis. So you you brought it up earlier charity. I hate to see whose number three. Yeah, You don't even want to put it out there, but I don't want to put it out there. But she kind of you know, that's how it works. So celebrities usually die in threes. Just so shocking that both were at the age of 78 both on the same day, the same day. It is very, very, very, very airy. All right, coming up next. Giving the baseball schedule got eight baseball games today. A counter age you don't even need caffeine. Today. You're on a hollow from baseball, though I know the crash is gonna be so bad. Oh, yeah, so bad. I'll tell you who's playing and when they're playing next, the big networks are so afraid of Blitz. The new book by David Horowitz. They won't even talk about it..

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"early seventies" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"early seventies" Discussed on KGO 810

"Me on Twitter at Franklin and same on Facebook. And you can also call us at 80 88 10 and within Texas for 15 80 88 10 by the 25th Amendment. The whole idea behind it. What's that if a president became unable to do his job? Wink wink nudge nudge the vice president will become president. This amendment was ratified by all 50 states and then became the law and, you know it's interesting too. When you look at this the idea why don't if it actually I'm jumping ahead of myself. I don't know if all 50 states that the ratified I think it's a supermajority anyway, we'll get to that in a moment, but the 25th Amendment is is a fantastic document. That really has significance in our lives right now. John Feerick is a really good writer, and he has a he's well, he's not only that he's a pretty smart guy, too. In his mark on history is indelible. He helped draft the 25th Amendment and today he continues to show his commitment to public service is a professor of law at Fordham Law. School and the author of several books, one that I had the opportunity to dive into because his publisher sent me a PDF of it. It's really good called that further shore, a memoir of Irish roots and American Promise, and I have lots of Irish and Welsh roots on DH. He's with us right now to talk a little bit about that, John. Good to have you here and congratulations on the new book. It really is good. Now. Thank you very much, by the way that three states yet to ratify. Okay, so But what is the number of states in order to pass constitutional name and how many states you need total? You need three points of force. Okay, So tell me a little bit before we get into the book. What? What It was like in 1967 and why we felt we needed a 25th Amendment. We had an assassination of a president, as you know, in 1963 President Kennedy Andi and Vice President Johnson became the president. And it was no no no procedure to fill a vacancy in the vice presidency. So had anything happened to him. The speaker of the House of Representatives, who was in his early seventies with would be takeover and if he wasn't available, the president pro tempore sent his eighties with the presidency and Pick a question was Kennedy had not died and was disabled. How would we have dealt with that? The 25th Amendment answers those questions. It's It's interesting, too, because it was wasn't really conceived with the idea that someone could go mad, right us or someone would lose their mind. Or was it because when you know there was a period of time when, when Reagan Was shot on Al Haig stood up and said, I'm in control and everybody said Whoa, No, your not so there seems to be a little misunderstanding. So the obviously you guys did not anticipate a situation like we have today with this president. When you were drafting this, right, Well, let me go back to something. You you said Ah Ah, ah possibility of a president. Becoming a saint was very much AAA on item of discussion at the time of the formulation of the amendment and And it was a A famous book at the time came UT er that had also was AH, movie and it shows a ship captain who Ah The lieutenant. Uh, officer what was had gone nuts and he took over the ship. And and and we talk about that, in testimony before Congress at the time, and also in the foreign relation amendment, How do we deal with that? If something like that happened with respect to a A president and, of course, the 25th Amendment says that if, for example of the president became disabled, ah, and could not be for miss powers during because of that disability. Then there's a process that deals with that vice president takes over as the acting president. That's what 25th Amendment makes clear, because if you don't remove the president from office and that the president himself is feeling wobbly. Hey, Khun, Turn it over, the president say the powers and duties that is the vice president who takes over as the acting president. But the president can recover his powers doing once, he says. I'm okay. Indicate in the case of Ah, President being declared disabled on the 25th Amendment, says the vice president. The majority cabin have that power. So the vice president and the majority of Cabinet then would take it to Congress has said to deal no if they say that the president is disabled, the vice president takes over the acting president. President disagrees. Then we have an issue that Congress has to deal with, OK, and it was only six years after you drew. But we're talking to John Feerick and his new book is called the Further Shore, a memoir of Irish roots and American Promise. I'm gonna get to that in a second. It was only six years after you put together the 25th Amendment that Al Haig and others were telling the military be tell us if President Nixon starts wants to do something that seems Untoward or wrong because they were worried after you know, the the Supreme Court ruled that he had to turn the tapes over and, you know, period there were rumors that he was wandering on the White House talking to paintings and such. So I mean, it was really a timely Work that you guys did. So you're you're a professor of law at Fordham Law School, which is ah, prodigious on DH, prestigious. Accuse me law school That has ah, unique history. I lived in New York City for just a short period of time. And it was it was not far from where I lived, and I think about you know what the law means today and how you know you go about your book again, Looking backwards and forward. You know about immigrants that came to this country and where we where we all end up together in this this huge What do you call it? Some would call it a maelstrom, Michael, a melting pot. Whatever I do, set melting pot is my expression to OK. It's interesting. So what made you want to look back or to that? I mean, here you are. Ah, person with. I mean, that's a pretty unique place you have in history as one of the drafters of the 25th Amendment. What made you look back in time? And especially towards Irish, is that is that your background like my parents were immigrants need a had a high school education that came here to find opportunity. They didn't know each other until we arrived here. In 1928 1929 and got married, not reset, first formed in 1919 36. What was their experience like parents, My doing a book today that they experienced the kind of prejudice that a lot of Irish did come into. Ah, United States. That's what I'm trying to find employment and housing. I had that question from some of my grandchildren the other night and what I said to them, and I say again, I didn't experience any of that. Growing up. We lived in a community with a lot of nationalities in the box and the South Box and Irish German Jewish AA group, So it was just way all Played stickball basketball together..

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"early seventies" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"early seventies" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Was in the center of the Baltimore bullets yeah in the late sixties early seventies yes and that rivalry of the Baltimore bullets versus those New York Knicks was probably some of the greatest basketball I have ever witnessed in my life the matchups Willis reed versus western South Walt Clyde Frazier versus our own role before he came to the next sure David a bushel versus because Johnson bill Bradley versus jacked around those days we used to play one fourteen fifteen times this season and those web page that's when basketball was really wonderful to watch let me ask you a question and not sell records I was upset in the finals in seventy five but he did win the championship in seventy eight let me ask you one question about Jack marriage what did you I'm not I never found out I don't think I ever asked about it he was a very good complementary player was a starter on that team mate who is very good what were those what was that Arash that he had on his on his body your I never I never I never heard and of course I mean obviously it didn't matter of four yeah he was he was healthy a wonderful athlete from what I understand he was an excellent teammate I remember watching him of course however he added that right I guess it was just something you might have been born with but I never found out what that was well I can't say for sure I I I think it was a birth mark but of course those those were searching the area you know I I no longer watch professional basketball because it's not it's not basketball the six but it's it's stage three point plays and dunking but back in those days my god where are you really I'm sure you'll agree with me what what what a time New York Knicks with the better Bella the town of it was just wonderful I remember in nineteen sixty.

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"early seventies" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"You know what this tune is in the month rotation ballad of John and the local the early seventies greetings and welcome back listen to this this is John all right away this intelligence agent these are the people that believed the steel dot CA if they actually did these are the people that did not even predict the collapse of the Soviet Union they never saw the collapse of the Berlin Wall they were stunned when it happened these people I I hate to say this but the element of the intelligence community that we are being treated to in the New York times whoever these nameless fame was a faceless people are they have been right about a lot in a long time and I think that's part of what's going on here but here listen to John King this just moments ago on inside politics on CNN Clinton is not running some operation with Donald Trump that was not the senses of the briefing nobody was saying troubles colluding with Russia again they were saying Russia is interfering in the election today and it is their intelligence conclusion based on a lot of intelligence that Russia has a preference for president truck what what what nobody was saying trump was colluding with Russia again show your written reading that that was the original charge a trunk was colluding with Russia but now trump isn't colluding with Russia nobody's saying that pulled was not running some operation with trump no all what's happening is that the US intelligence community conclusion based on a lot of intelligence is that Russia has a preference for trump Mister king you'll know all that I respect you among fear what CNN but this this is the answer so obvious what you're trying to do here this is a difference without a difference there's there's too much suddenly hear this story as reported by The New York Times people are going to draw this nation are you your report that put prefers trump coming off a three years of reporting the trump an important call loaded what do you think people are gonna conclude and this is your problem because you haven't proved it you'll people who have been alleging this for three years have no evidence no proof what so ever and yet you're going back putting still prefers trump that morning and stand the smell test when you got somebody like crazy Bernie who loves the Soviet Union Russia running for the presidency starts.

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"early seventies" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Right what town is the cake boss located in is he impressed that is all about who deserve it Michael's on the turnpike a New Jersey one a one point five hi Michael we talked about a month and a half ago so I'm doing it again all right and make sure it's six weeks I want to hear from you again all right yeah why don't we just thirty days we'll worry about that I know people relax what's what's your what's your category shop early seventies music she's early seventy four and I got to go look through my extensive library of early seven one one one one we go we go smite gang I give you one what exit on the turnpike a you one on south you want a date on her own what direction you go in shout from Europe respect are you going back there now what direction do you think I'm going I don't be smart though be smart just right now now just for that maybe New Jersey singer is that my problem many of the New Jersey singer who sang about a girl named Ariel is it Scott freedman Randy Edelman dean Friedman or Ricky Nelson Ricky Nelson I had another open slot this is where you jump I got to keep talking like this is Robb's in freehold New Jersey one a.

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"early seventies" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"This is our American stories and we continue with the story of thanksgiving we go back to William Bradford and his struggles back in England these separatist feel the king's church can never be purified separate from it completely that's the difference between a the secretary is wanted to change it to make it better which is another of the imagination they say you shouldn't have a church of England you shouldn't have a church which is connected with the civil power and in the sixteenth century that's a very big deal because of the persecutions from the church of England the pilgrims decide to run away to leave England in mass to leave behind everything that they have no because they're Christian function they arrive in the libertarian seaport city of Amsterdam Holland which is the most exciting prosperous cosmopolitan city in the whole world known for its religious toleration you can do anything you want there and the government won't interfere with you Amsterdam's reputation in the early sixteen hundreds is about the same as it is today a city famous for its prostitution and five hundred plus a houses so when the pie is programs arrive in cincy it wasn't according to their expectations within a year they decided to move again twenty two miles south to the much smaller city university town of Leiden life is a much better fit but shortly after arriving another idea begins to generate a great deal of enthusiasm from some of the more daring leaders of his the field poll to move again most stock content with that labor's here we label only is crucial and choose the prisons in England rather than liberty in the hall and Syxx since some back to an easier place complete control many would take away these discussions how would we go voice of America which a fruitful unfit for habitation have not heard that America is on people's this is an extraordinarily dishes proposition because up until this time there was only one existing supposedly successful English settlement Jamestown and that was hardly a success people were dying at a frightening rate every year the pilgrims decide to make their home in the New World where they can pursue their godly path without interference and without compromise but how do these poor pilgrims get the money they need in order to finance the trip they apply to investors who might like the idea of exploiting a bunch of religious fanatics like themselves a deal was made the use a big part of their very limited resources in order to purchase the aging vessel called the speedwell but the speedwell will fail to live up to its name is called the speed well this was intended to be a vessel that would provide them with a way to explore the coast search for for and if the worst should happen it would provide them with a method of the skate from the new one about fifty five Phil Gramm separatists leave home and on the speedwell for the prosperous when we came in short time to send them to a we may polls and found the big issue come on the line right with all the rest of our company just to see for the first time another ship loaded with supplies waiting to join them for the trip across the Atlantic Ocean this supply ship is called the Mayflower was emerging she was not designed to carry passengers hundred hundred casks of wine tons of wine and it's that's where we would cancel like structures for now she was very reliable ship standard transportation of the early seventies the recent arrivals from light no reunited with William Brewster and two fellow separatists John carver and Robert to have been hard at work setting up the voyage August fifth sixteen twenty as they prepare to depart the pool room saying their farewells which are deeply emotional Edward Winslow was one of the chief men going along on a voyage describes the scene as follows we refreshed ourselves after our teen years with the singing of psalms making joyful melody in our hearts as well as with the voice and indeed it was the sweetest smelling that ever mine years have heard and then with mutual embraces in two years they took their names one of the other which proved to be the last to leave too many of them after three years of planning and preparation two ships meanwhile the Mayflower are finally on their way to America on look will prove to be the most historic in human history they were the people that you would expect the founding in your column they won't soldiers they went on and mysteries of a foreign government they were not particularly well provided with supplies at least all of them were separatists artists right radical Protestants who were religious sects office who had been living in the light and the Dutch Republic they will we would automatically expects to be found anywhere close to the Persian the Mayflower is under the command of Mr Christopher Jones he isn't a religious man but he is a remarkably decent one he is so moved by the pilgrims devotion and faith that he offers to bond with his petty officers and gives his cap to the women and small children he should have been hired to take the pilgrims provisions to America and then returned to England the two ships travel west for seven days and then to their shop and this may be well begins to take on more soon after the single has trouble master the speed well noted that she was taking on more water than they could handle here's how passenger William Bradford chronicles this moment going from Mister Reynolds the master of the less the ship complaining that a family ships only yes he does not have to see how much because of the ships do not turn back works but two times can you imagine the mind of the trace their staffs all the way back to lose an entire month while attempts are made and valuable food provisions are sold in order to repair this this is not the sales to America westerly gales are screaming across the Atlantic may be right in your teeth if you head out William Bradford writes that some twenty passengers decide the boy it's just not a very good idea and get off the ship for good he also writes it was just that the state would not sufficient for the boy which it was resolved to dismiss a receipt with the Mayflower love on September sixth sixteen twenty from late in the season everyone got on the Mayflower left Plymouth harbor and set out on her own across the because of the speed will having to stay behind there are many more people on a flower than anticipated initially they were.

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"early seventies" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I I know be ID there putting people have never seen rocky never actually sat down and watched it but if you play like I. S. rocky yeah who hasn't seen rocky you'd be at younger people come on now Hey you know this it's not on Netflix which might be on a first hand you gotta see rocky the hell is wrong with people but it's just an unusual song to be you know the number one hit the country but but radio was different than they played a ton of different types of music on one station everything wasn't you know there was a lot more variety in the pop you know world it wasn't so format it right exactly and also instrumentals in movie themes were popular so here they say on this day in nineteen seventy seven Hollywood composer bill Conti scores of number one pop hit with the single gonna fly now the theme from rocky bill county was a relative unknown in Hollywood when he gained when he began working on rocky but so was Sylvester Stallone county had gained some attention internationally for his work on several early seventies Italian films and Stallone had started a small film called the lords of Flatbush played various minor roles on TV and in movies it was rocky that would truly launch both men's careers the film of Stallone's from the start the film was the loans from the start to finish but it's difficult to overstate the importance of his collaboration with county the county took his inspiration from Stallone's footage Stallone had the film's critical training and fight sequences edited to fit counties music and the interaction between picture and music and rocky made an enormous contribution to the film success the single gonna fly now takes its name from the almost simply superfluous thirty words of lyric and cat written by an Robbins informal teddy bear Carol Conners that we lost the competition of Best Original Song the forty ninth Academy Awards to Barbra Streisand Paul Williams evergreen the love theme from Mostar is born which is a great song it is remained an instantly recognizable piece of American pop culture in the years since the release of rocky Sylvester Stallone is continue to churn out action flicks and bill Conti has built a hugely successful career as a composer for film and television a career that eventually included academy award for Best Original Score for the nineteen eighty three from the right stuff while he did the right stuff that's a fantastic score great score but yes so is number one gonna fly now on this date there are a lot of songs that are themes for movies that we're gonna go through here including evergreen yeah Paul Williams man one of the greatest songwriters of all time my name is my mom loves Paul Williams like a lot of them and they has all of his albums he's written a lot of songs for other people sure you know two things himself but he's written a lot of songs for other people that's what is best known for like he's in a bunch of songs for three dog night responsible Streisand exit right write songs for a ton of people any of the songs for a star which makes him a genius and so there was a documentary that they made about Paul Williams I am I want to say maybe ten years ago and I interviewed him he came in and I interviewed my my mom was I brought my mind she brought all our albums he signed all of them to pictures were there my mom was beside herself and and I love Paul Williams for many many reasons I use in phantom of the paradise which class I mean what do you get it when he wrote the music to that too and I just think he's a great performer he used to be you know a staple on late night talk shows Johnny Carson he was on match game he did all the game show circuit the Muppets the Muppets he wrote he wrote it ain't easy being green I mean come on man he's written some of the greatest songs of all time a truly is one of the greatest songwriters that's ever lived yeah I mean I did this with the Muppets the one I always thought of him for was rainbow connection yeah right which I doubt that too yes one of the most sweetly beautiful little song yes that anybody's ever written I mean he's written some of the most beautiful songs if you see some of the best songs of all time and when I had a mean studio I was very excited because you know he's a anime he's also liteline as in the smoking the band yeah overseas McCormick begin his willingness I'm but you don't have to mine I was just I was really but I spent so much time he was taken aback because I spent so much time talking about Ishtar like I like I would say half the interview with me talking about a star I think a lot of people would be taken aback and I he was he was pretty because he's proud of the work that he did on his shirt but nobody likes that movie except me and I think it's brilliant and so I just said you know you got we have to talk about two of the songs in his car because they're just genius and he said it was the hardest thing you ever do because he was attempting to write bad songs like it was much harder for him not to try and write a good song but to write back because the songs Ishtar hilarious they're they're ridiculous and and so we thought he was just like well you you really do you really do you really like their star like he was I'm like yeah I think if the person and I got a call the studio here I think it's brilliant I think Elaine Mays a great filmmaker and it's and it's a it's a unfairly maligned movie and it's really funny and the songs are great so yeah I spent a lot of time talking about Ishtar and so yeah but anyway that's Paul Williams he wrote songs for movies as well and evergreen is one of them my mom saw that movie my mom so the nineteen seventy six version of stars born like eight hundred times she thought she saw it like eight hundred times I'm concerned Kris Kristofferson yet Barbra Streisand Chris Kristofferson yeah and and and as a result you know like I've seen a bunch of times and that sound track well that's good and like it's a sound track that day it is for ever attached to my youth and I know every song I know every song every lyric of every song on that soundtrack that's it that's it that's it you know but my mom was my mom last year when stars were came out when the Bradley Cooper Gaga version came out she was like so she was just like raising her eyebrow like how dare you and it was because you know of all of the other versions of a star is born the clipper Bradley Cooper clearly his his take off was from the reports from the seventy six version with Barbra Streisand Kris Kristofferson that was the one that is that was most influenced that's the one that most influenced him in his version of it and so my mom was being a little bit leery yeah you know she was like well we'll see Mister Cooper we'll see if you've made a better movie than Barbara made apparently Kris Kristofferson Barbara Streisand hated each other yeah I need each other on the second she's really controlling Frank Pierson step to directing credit on it but he didn't direct it Robert England's in it that is yeah you get one scene in it and he's puleri isn't it do you think for flash back if I brought him a copy of that on DVD he signed it he absolutely would sign it I've interviewed him and I talked about that movie with them proud of it well sure yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah he said you know he was only in one scene he's in the scene where Kristofferson just drunkenly shows up at the at the bar where the oreos are singing yeah yeah yeah and you know she goes you're ruining my act but he's you know like arguing with them well rob Robert Ingalls argue with them because you know he recognizes them you want to get a picture and an autograph and stuff easy now man just wanna watch the I'll just shut up so I can hear the song that's Robert England who's who's harassing after that harassment he became a cold blooded killer yeah I think if he came out he became an alien first though envy I'll Christ was he in Vienna man oh yeah oh wow yeah that was a year before year and a half before a nightmare oh wow yeah in a ton of stuff man I mean runnings credits go way back I mean he he's been in a tall and a and a ton of classic movies like if you go back he's got small roles in a lot of big movies is it weird that might one of my favorite roles outside of Freddy Krueger for him is as the leader of the undead Confederates in two thousand and one maniacs I know he's great and that he's also yeah he's great in that you know what you did the thing the thing about it he's got so many great stories man I mean it's ridiculous are you the all the like I said he's been a lot of classic movies work with a ton of people and he's got stories I mean I've had him on the show a few times in the past every time we have a lot of the new story like I don't think he's gonna be able to tell a new story but he does so you work a lot of great directors and and he was in for failing so right there Ford fairly because of his relationship with Harland the course yeah they did not a nightmare together all right here's like on WGN go ahead like well known to man good this is definitely has to be the number one catchy theme song because still to this day it's it's still catching the beam in pop culture recently of course some courses to of course you know I'm going to start Ghostbusters yeah ghost busters or I want a new drug whichever one you whichever one you want her to but yeah no I mean the Ghostbusters theme is is iconic and and to this day you know so yeah absolutely all right I thanks man no well yeah and they play like a hundred times in the movie I didn't realize that until so my screening a few weeks ago they played like four times in the movie good will because there's a buy the single buy the single I don't have it already is I want a new drug I have at home ray Parker junior ray Parker lawsuit here's bill under.

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"early seventies" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:50 min | 3 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"A story on it now. And again today reminded me of the nineteen seventies early nineteen seventy s and and the Watergate story and the testimonies in congress, this basically was the first in what's probably going to be a long line of shows like this that just took over TV and coming up in about an hour. It'll probably take over again ABC's. Serena marshall. Joining us from the capital. Serena welcome back to the Mark Mason show. You're too young to remember Watergate. Hi, mark. I'm I I might be indeed. So I mean, you only know it from what you studying doing your research, and I know you do confirm nor deny. So you're experiencing what we all. Certain age. I won't say what we experienced in the late sixties and early seventies. At man, it was it was a little PTSD today. It was just like, okay. It was quite an interesting hearing to say, the least you have a man who once said he would take a bullet for Mr. Trump now testifying before congress that Mr. Trump and his word is a liar achie- con man, a racist. He didn't hold back on the punches. And he kept throwing them. And we learned some new information about that hush money. That was paid a stormy Daniels with Mr. Cohen says I have the I have the proof. I have these checks written by Mr. Trump to me when he was in office. I have a conversation that I had with him which he related congress in which he said standing in the Oval Office. Mr. Trump said don't worry a reimbursement. Check is coming. But also, we're finding new details about the fact that he said Mr. Trump tried to coordinate public messaging about those payments as president. We heard him talk about his previous statement where he lied to congress about that Russia Trump Tower Moscow deal, and he said that he did. So none of the director of verbal direction. Mr President, Mr Trump the president because that's not how. He spoke, but but through some winks and nods, and and his reinterpreting of how Mr. Trump wanted him to behave and that his statement before congress last time when she was convicted of lying to congress about was not just tracked by Jay seculow, when I President Trump's lawyers, but also the attorneys represent the president's daughter and son-in-law Ivanka Trump, and Jared Kushner, yeah, we played some of his opening statement here earlier, and he went down the list of things that are pretty shocking. I didn't even get into the part we talks about the president being a racist and his witness to to that. And the things that he said all of this. He just laid out on the table. He laid it bare, but he brought receipts as as people like to say in the legal business. And that is a nobody's gonna believe Michael Cohen. I'm not going to believe him unless he's got some backup. And he he brought back up. But I wonder if that is that enough backup. Well, that's a question there, the Republicans on the committee and make no mistake. This was a partisan hearing. You had a Republicans challenging Michael Cohen on. Why you should trust him on the fact that he is a convicted felon on that fact that he is going to Johnny lied before the committee before and then Democrats focusing on what they say they wanted to hear from Michael Cohen, which was his experience dealing with Mr. Trump and before he became president. But yeah, you he brought these different documents. He brought financial disclosures, including finan-. Statements from two thousand thirteen he probably he's called evidence that Mr. Trump would inflate and deflate his assets to his benefit and to show them. Look, look, don't just take my word for it. Look at the documents and believe this. And it was really interesting though, Mark is the Republicans on the committee so far haven't really challenged him on the face of Mr. Trump, directing those campaign finance violations, those felonies or on any of these other claims he's made it said, they're focusing on Cohen's credibility as a witness insane. We shouldn't trust you because you are a convicted liar. You are convicted felon, and you are going to prison but going said, I'm just trying to make amends. I'm trying to do a trait for my family for the American people any apologized to both this family, the American people and congress and said, you know, this is why don't take my word for it. Look at a document you look at the documents. And I think I would think Serena to that that what he's saying could be corroborated other ways as well. And not just not just those documents. Because he's dropping names left. And right, exactly. That's the point. He is dropping names all over the place are asking him who else can crop this. And he has no problem. He just kicks off as every question goes through look at this person. Look at this person, look at Mr. Trump's personal assistant, or these other lawyers who are present they can corroborate what I'm saying. And that's why when you said, we'll probably have more deterring. You're exactly on point. We probably will have more of these hearings in the house, but one of the most interesting things and probably one of the biggest revelations isn't on what the topics that were discussed today, the campaign finance violations, the payment, stormy Daniels, and those things the Moscow tower, even it was the fact that Michael Cohen said there are other investigations that he's still a part of that. He can't comment on that could implicate the president. He said an back and forth. The southern district of New York is still investigating contacts that either Mr. Trump or some agent of Mr. Trump had with Cohen and another follow up. He was asked you is aware of any other illegal acts regarding. Donald Trump and Cohen said yes. But those are part of the investigation we can't comment on it. And now, it's important to note, you never made clear if he's talking about President Trump or someone acting on his behalf, but because of the way the question was asked it was in such a way that we didn't get a clear cut answer on that. But it was clear that there are still ongoing investigation happening that we'd have no details about ABC's. Serena Marshall at the capitol, you know for somebody who's suffering from that lousy cold. It's been going around your rocketed. So. Holidays forever. Dear. Whole foods has an incredible throat spray. Check it out. So I'm going to go there. All right. Serena Marshall at the capital of enjoy the rest of the afternoon. It's going to be a late night for you. Thanks. Here is one point. I got to tell you. I don't think he spoke to the president directly to the president the entire time except for except for this one moment, and it's the last couple of lines that you'll hear that guy. He pulled a page right out of the apprentice, he looked into the camera. Did you see this part where he's talking about the president being in Vietnam? And he looked right into the camera when he spoke to Donald he knew what camera was live, and he looked into it and said the government was forgiving someone like him that much money back during the campaign. Mr. Trump said that he did not consider Vietnam veteran and prisoner of war. Senator John McCain to be a hero because he likes people who weren't captured at the same time. Mr. Trump test me to handle the negative press surrounding his medical deferment from the Vietnam draft. Mr. Trump claimed it was because of a bone spur. But when I asked for better records, he gave me none and said that there was no surgery. He told me not to answer the specific questions by reporters. But rather offer simply the fact that he received a medical deferment. He finished the conversation the following comment. You think I'm stupid not going to Vietnam? I find it ironic STA president that you are in Vietnam.

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"early seventies" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on KCRW

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. All right. So the US Europe, China and Japan have lots of differences, but one common problem their populations are aging each faces a future with a shortage of young workers. But the United States has one big advantage immigrants, and we want to talk about this with David Wessel. He directs the Hutchins center at the Brookings Institution. And is a contributor to the Wall Street Journal either David good morning. All right. So the oldest baby boomers are in the early seventies. Now. And you know, we we hear so much about the graying of America. How does our country compared to other countries? Well, we're all getting older that is the share the population over age sixty-five is growing both. Because each woman in these societies is having fewer kids and because life expectancies arising were simply living longer. But this phenomenon is more rapid outside. The United States. So if you look at projections, the Population Reference research bureau has some and you look ahead to twenty fifty that's thirty years from now about twenty two percent of the people in the US will be over sixty five. But it'll be twenty six percent in China. Thirty one percent and Germany and thirty six percent in Japan. I so I mentioned that the United States has a real advantage to describe it for me, right? The reason we say it's an advantage is because economics of this are straightforward. The more Mur working age people you have to support each retiree the easy. It'll be for working age people to both care for old folks and enjoy rising living standards themselves. So what we have in the US is simply even though for Tilleke is down here. Over time fewer kids per woman than it used to be. We're still significantly more fertile than the rest of the world. And or at least more than Germany, Italy, Japan and China and second we have as you said earlier a lot more immigrants. If you can't grow your own. You can import them in the immigrants are usually younger than the people already here. More likely to be workers and retirees an immigrant women tend to have more kids than their native counterparts. So if you look ahead to twenty fifty the Pew Research Center says if we had no immigrants at all the US population would stop. Growing the number of people dying would equal the number of births. Okay. So larger population if we talk about economics does does faster growing population. Also mean a faster going Konami? Yes. I mean, the more people the more workers the more consumers, the bigger the economy, but what really matters is that not the top line GDP growth. It's how big the economy is per person. So if you think of Nigeria Nigeria's population is growing at two point six percent a year that means in order to give the same amount of stuff to people. It's a Konami has to grow by two point sixty percent a year. But in the US our population is growing much more slowly despite immigration less than one percent a year. So we can deliver more stuff per person with a much slower economic growth rate. But I think the important thing is it's not only the number of people that matters. It's their age the more working people the easier. It is to care for the large and growing number of retirees the more people paying taxes for social security, Medicare and so forth and the more workers available to care for the growing number of elderly, and that's where immigration plays a really important role. So can we say definitively that that immigrants are are a plus for the overall economy, or or is it complicated? Well, it's really hard to talk emotionally. About immigration. I'm the some immigrants. But if you just look at government budgets, the National Academy of sciences panel found that it's a plus for federal government, and it's a minus for many state local governments because they have to pay for schools for so many of the immigrants kids..

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"early seventies" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on KCRW

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene. Right. So the US Europe, China and Japan have lots of differences, but one common problem their populations are aging each faces a future with a shortage of young workers. But the United States has one big advantage immigrants and want to talk about this with David Wessel. He directs the Hutchins center at the Brookings Institution. And is a contributor to the Wall Street Journal either David good morning. All right. So the oldest baby boomers are in the early seventies. Now. And you know, we we hear so much about the graying of America. How does our our country compared to other countries? Well, we're all getting older that is the share the population over age sixty-five is growing both. Because each woman in these societies is having fewer kids and because life expectancies arising were simply living longer, but this phenomenon is more rapid outside the United States. So if you look at projections. The Population Reference race search bureau has some and you look ahead to twenty fifty that's thirty years from now about twenty two percent of the people in the US will be over sixty five but it'll be twenty six percent and China thirty one percent, Germany and thirty six percent in Japan. I I mentioned that the United States has a real advantage to describe it for me, right? The reason we say it's an advantage is because economics of this are straightforward. The more working age people you have to support each retiree the easy. It'll be for working age people to both care for old folks and enjoy rising living standards themselves. So what we have in the US is simply even though for is down here. Over time fewer kids per woman than it used to be. We're still significantly more fertile than the rest of the world. And or at least more than Germany, Italy, Japan and China and second we have as you said earlier a lot more immigrants. If you can't grow your own. You can import them in the immigrants are usually younger than the people already here. More likely to be workers and retirees an immigrant women tend to have more kids than their native counterparts. So if you look ahead to twenty fifty the Pew Research Center says if we had no immigrants at all the US population would stop. Growing the number of people dying would equal the number of births. Okay. So larger population if we talk about economics does does faster growing population. Also mean a faster growing economy. Yes. I mean, the more people the more workers the more consumers, the bigger the economy, but what really matters is that not the top line GDP growth. It's how big the economy is per person. So if you think of Nigeria Nigeria's population is growing at two point six percent a year that means in order to give the same amount of stuff to people. It's a Konami has to grow by two point sixty percent a year. But in the US our population is growing much more slowly despite immigration less than one percent a year. So we can deliver more stuff per person with a much slower economic growth rate. But I think the important thing is it's not only the number of people that matters. It's their age the more working people the easier. It is to care for the large and growing number of retirees the more people paying taxes for social security, Medicare and so forth and the more workers available to care for the growing number of. Of elderly, and that's where immigration plays a really important role. So can we say definitively that immigrants are plus for the overall economy, or or is it complicated? Well, it's really hard to talk emotionally about immigration. I'm the some immigrants. But if you just look at government budgets, the National Academy of sciences panel found that it's a plus for federal government, and it's a minus for many state and local governments because they have to pay for schools for so many of the immigrants kids..

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"early seventies" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm David Greene right to the US Europe, China and Japan have lots of differences, but one common problem their populations are aging each faces a future with a shortage of young workers. But the United States has one big advantage immigrants and wanted to talk about this with David Wessel. He directs the Hutchins center at the Brookings Institution. And is a contributor to the Wall Street Journal either David good morning. All right. So the oldest baby boomers are in the early seventies. Now. And we hear so much about the graying of America. How does our our country compared to other countries? Well, we're all getting older that is the share the population over age sixty-five is growing both. Because each woman in these societies is having fewer kids and because life expectancies arising we're simply living longer, but this phenomenon is more rapid outside the United States. So if you look at projections, the Population Reference research bureau has some and you look ahead to twenty fifty that's thirty years from now about twenty two percent of the people in the US will be over sixty five. But it'll be twenty six percent in China. Thirty one percent and Germany and thirty six percent in Japan. I so I mentioned that the United States has a real advantage to describe it for me. Right. The reason we say it's an advantage is because economics of this are straightforward. The more working age people you have to support each retiree the easy. It'll be for working age people to both care for old folks and enjoy rising living standards themselves. So what we have in the US is simply even though fertility is down here. Over time fewer kids per woman than it used to be. We're still significantly more fertile than the rest of the world. And or at least more than Germany, Italy, Japan and China and second we have as you said earlier a lot more immigrants. If you can't grow your own, you can import them and the immigrants are usually younger than the people already here more likely to be workers and retirees an immigrant women tend to have more kids than their native counterparts. So if you look ahead to twenty fifty the Pew Research Center says if we had no immigrants at all the US population Woodstock. Growing the number of people dying would equal the number of births. Okay. So larger population if we talk about economics does does faster growing population. Also mean a faster growing economy. Yes. I mean, the more people the more workers the more consumers, the bigger the economy, but what really matters is not the top line GDP growth. It's how big the economy is per person. So if you think of Nigeria Nigeria's population is growing at two point six percent a year that means in order to give the same amount of stuff to people. It's a Konami has to grow by two point sixty percent a year. But in the US our population is growing much more slowly despite immigration less than one percent a year. So we can deliver more stuff per person with a much slower economic growth rate. But I think the important thing is it's not only the number of people that matters. It's their age the more working people the easier. It is to care for the largest growing number of retirees the more people paying taxes for social security, Medicare and so forth and the more workers available to care for the growing number of. Elderly, and that's where immigration plays a really important role. So can we say definitively that immigrants are plus for the overall economy, or or is it complicated? Well, it's really hard to talk emotionally about immigration. I'm the some immigrants. But if you just look at government budgets, the National Academy of sciences panel found that it's a plus for federal government, and it's a minus from any state and local governments because they have to pay for schools for so many of the immigrants.

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"early seventies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That. What I'm saying is they might be onto something here, which brings me to exhibit. Can I tell the story? It's I remember they used to be in a building. It was an office of an old tannery complex. We moved into this building in one thousand nine hundred seventeen and then when they actually picked it up and moved it up here in one thousand nine hundred seventy five and then in the okay? So what happened was this in the late sixties early seventies new haven's merit the time. A guy named Richard Lee in the city government were pushing hard for new developments. They have these visions of turning Newhaven into one of the east coast model cities, whatever that means they needed to make space for all of these new development projects in one of the spaces. They wanted was the land that the original lose lunch was sitting on. So the mayor in the city government tried to bully. Jeff's dad Ken lesson into shutting down or moving. But Ken was the third generation owner of lose. And he was also the type of guy who doesn't step down. From fight Cam loves telling the story. I mean, it's a real tale of urban corruption. So every time they come up with some sort of phony thing why it would be moved Ken would come up with documentation in this kept disproving all the time. I mean, he was a real pain in the for them. This battle between Ken lesson and the New Haven city government went on for almost ten years during that decade, the community rallied around lose the showdown was in the newspaper all the time and devoted customers. Staged a right into Washington DC to save Liz. The even have the support of the military at one point. So all of sudden, all this.

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"early seventies" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"You know, it's like I feel form and also just lack of media especially early seventies. Not everybody was having TV in their house. Right. You know, where where you start getting into the nineties, and and everybody has TV and everybody has a computer and everybody's connected through the social interwebs. I mean, I'm not I'm not saying that you are talking trash about the parents to saying think about the time periods like and what if your newspapers lazy, and they're not right in anything up or they just don't care. We don't want. You know, there's towns that somebody goes missing. And and then they everybody rallies around them. And there's other towns where they're like, we don't wanna print this. We don't want people in our town of be fear. Full of their kid going missing. So and if that doesn't happen in nineteen seventy four while stories done, well, so there's a break. And if you have a girl that's from out of town. And nobody's really certain what happened. I mean is is was hers just a story not on the front page somewhere. And then it's been lost through all these decades. Well, yeah, what I'm saying is if that town has gone, hey, she's not from around here. We don't want to print this up. And then her town's going what we don't want to print this up because she went missing and another down. I mean, it's not like now where you you take like a case like the Delphi murders. And it's like it's going to be constantly on people's brains and constantly people are going to be searching for leaves because it's constantly in your face. You constantly reminded of it. Well, and really the only information out there on most of these cases is available on the missing persons sites that we all know we referenced several those along the way and telling the story. Of this of all these missing girls. They're I mean, they're so little information that, you know, an I love you said the several times we love web sleuths big shout out to the web sleuth community. We love read it big shadow to that community to. But if you get on there, you know, oftentimes when you research cases or look for leads on those two sites. There's a lot out there. There's a lot to be presented to you a lot to digest, and you can run with regarding these cases very few post because there's just there's no meat on the bone. Right. You know, there's no nothing to these disappearances. There's not a big story to it. There's not a big investigation to be had by armchair detectives or web sluice to this day because there's just not much there now while we're handing out thank yous and kudos to people. I do wanna give a kudos to Janet. Franson who we mentioned earlier who she has. Worked and she still to this day looking for potential family members of Carleen Brown who was adopted and the way that that works is that once you're opted, and you've been in your your new situation for years, the your Dopp parents in the parents that put you up for adoption. They can equally agree to toss out those records. They can be thrown out. Right. And because of that, and because that was agreed upon at that time, they can't find her birth parents. And therefore that's why they don't have DNA samples to try to put together a DNA profile. And the reason why give Janet Franson kudos is..

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"early seventies" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on KOMO

"The house in on Puget Sound and it was built in the early seventies. And. For some reason. The man that built it building ceilings that are only about seven thirty six foot eight. Actually, okay, really, really low ceilings. Okay. And it's got wood flooring, and my wife is an earth tone type person. So everything is neutral. Okay. These ceilings are they feel really really low when you're inside the house. Okay. I believe you. I lived at. And it's got these six inch boards all the way around the bottom of the floor. Basically baseboards for people who don't know. That's the molding that sits on top of the wood floor and is attached to the wall. So yes, okay. All right. So the house still it makes you it makes you feel like you're either really tall or the houses just short. I mean, it's a beautiful home. The hope that we live on the water. I mean, I love it. But it's just the ceilings just feel really really low. All right. So earlier I'm glad that we have a reprise of this dilemma, I have it in my own home. We bought the house anyway because it had low ceilings in the lower level, which is where the master bedroom is. And at the time, we purchase a home. My husband said, I don't want to buy the house because I'm tall. He's six foot three. And he said, I don't want to feel like it's a hobbit house. So I said you have to trust me. So I'm gonna tell you Darren my trick, which is those lower baseboard floor mouldings, which are sit right on top of that wood floor. You want those to be a darker shade? And yes, you can pay your moldings and trams different colors. They don't all have to be off white. So in my house there a warmer, gray. And what I would state to you is that the ones if you put the large crown molding four five inches. I'm not kidding and painted a dead flat in an slightly off white, your wives earth, tone colors, and I mentioned Navajos white. I don't like the name of the paint color. But that is what it is called in a dead, flat paint, moldings and the ceiling, and Matt and you wanna use a roller to apply that paint that. So you don't see the roller marks. And it'll look really flat. If you do that the ceiling will appear higher with your wife's lovely earth, tone taste, which is timeless inside out live Italian Michael's here on KOMO. Hi, this is. You just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer.

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"early seventies" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"early seventies" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Blog meadow, blog dot com, if you wanna see it law fair has also very helpfully posted the transcript of this confirmation hearings as PDF files, so you can actually read them. You can see what those senators did in the early seventies. In the midst of Watergate to try to make sure the Watergate investigation would be protected from Nixon that the Justice department would let the Watergate investigation proceed unimpeded, despite whatever pressure was coming from the. The White House including the president who was nominating. Both of those men to be the top law enforcement official in the country. But with Bill Saxby nomination in December nineteen Seventy-three specifically, a kind of amazing and singular thing happened. Because when Saxby got up there to be the fourth attorney general for Nixon Democrats on the Senate committee that was considering him. They not only sought assurances from Saxby that he would let the Watergate prosecutor proceed without interference that he would provide them the resources he needed to get out of his way to make sure he was protected in addition to that the democratic senators on that committee considering whether he would be the next attorney general they also did something kind of nuts. They brought the Watergate special prosecutor into the hearing room and swore him in and made him sit down next to Bill Saxby, the attorney general nominee. So the two of them were sitting there side by side. They both had to swear under oath that. They both understood about the special prosecutor's independence. They both had the same understanding of it. They both respected it. I mean, that's weird. Right. I mean, the prosecutor was not being confirmed by the Senate in that moment, but they made him sit down and get sworn in right there with the guy who was being confirmed. I mean, this attorney general nominee they made him swear he wouldn't interfere with the Watergate investigation. But remarkably they made the Watergate prosecutor sit down next swear that he understood that as well. I had not realized this had happened before this law. Fair piece today is kind of an amazing bit of political theater. But also accountability. And like I said we've got the transcripts from the proceedings here is democratic Senator at the time. Robert byrd..

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