35 Burst results for "Eighteen Year Old"

Refugees fleeing Ukraine grab documents, pets, some photos

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 9 months ago

Refugees fleeing Ukraine grab documents, pets, some photos

"The number of refugees that have fled fighting in Ukraine has now reached one point four million as the war continues to rage throughout the besieged country arriving in Romania with just the clothes on her back Ukrainian refugee landline instead over remembers the hour her fate was sealed twenty fourth of February five thirty four when it was a central part of the city with the top and he has a bull you what to do all the documents and left her eighteen year old daughter Margot cradled that beloved to Allah our life is very yes the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees Filippo grandi believes the final number of people fleeing could be as high as four million respectively let me be DC's god forbid me reach that figure it's it's a lot but now I'm getting worried that way I'm Karen Thomas

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Eileen Gu nabs second Olympic gold, as Canada takes silver, bronze in freeski halfpipe

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Eileen Gu nabs second Olympic gold, as Canada takes silver, bronze in freeski halfpipe

"San Francisco native and seen China's Eileen who wins the gold medal in the women's freeski halfpipe the eighteen year old who posted a ninety two point two five on her second run to become the first action sports athlete to garner three medals at the same Olympics having also won gold in the freeski bigger and silver in the freeski slopestyle in terms of extreme sports yeah it's a huge honor to be able to be the first first gear to the podium in three events as a woman and also yeah it's makes me very hopeful about what the

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Rittenhouse tells Fox News 'not a racist person,' backs BLM

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Rittenhouse tells Fox News 'not a racist person,' backs BLM

"Kyle Rittenhouse tells fox news that he's not a racist person and backs the black lives matter movement in an interview set to air tonight the eighteen year old tells Tucker Carlson the case has nothing to do with race it had to do with the right to self defense Rittenhouse is white as are the two men he was acquitted of killing and the third shooting during a night of unrest in Kenosha Wisconsin following the police shooting of a black man in exerts released ahead of the interview Rittenhouse also says I'm not a racist person I support the BLM movement I support peacefully demonstrating Rittenhouse was photographed in a bar before his trial was apparent members of the far right proud boys his attorneys have said he's not a white supremacist Julie Walker New York

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Black Americans see biased system in Rittenhouse verdict

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Black Americans see biased system in Rittenhouse verdict

"The defense is celebrating its win in the acquittal of eighteen year old Kyle Rittenhouse but there have been mixed reactions to the verdict in Kenosha Wisconsin well written houses supporters were outside the courthouse cheering after the team was declared not guilty in two killings and the wounding of a third racial justice protester Brian Lesko was there from Los Angeles but the Reverend Jesse Jackson said it sends a signal it's open season on human rights demonstrators carrion Swarts boyfriend Joseph Rosen bomb was one of those killed and one person's life for two persons lives a matter that none of our lives matter is heard and W. I. S. N. T. V. there were comparisons to the treatment of Jacob lake a black man shot and paralyzed by police and Rittenhouse president Biden said he along with many Americans are feeling angry and concerned but I stand by what the jury has concluded former president trump congratulated Rittenhouse calling it a case of self defense I'm Jackie Quinn

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Jury in Rittenhouse trial goes home for the night without verdict

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Jury in Rittenhouse trial goes home for the night without verdict

"There was no verdict reached after the first day of deliberations in the trial Rittenhouse murder trial in Wisconsin as the jury inside the courthouse in Kenosha Wisconsin where is the evidence against Kyle Rittenhouse the eighteen year old defendant charged with killing two people during a night of violent protests in Kenosha last year there were demonstrations outside invoking the names of the two men killed while others supported the young gunmen who claims that he fired in self defense the judge raised some

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6 teenagers injured in shooting near Colorado high school

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

6 teenagers injured in shooting near Colorado high school

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting six teams are injured in a drive by shooting near Denver area high school authorities in Aurora Colorado are investigating a shooting Monday that saw six teenagers ages four to eighteen wounded at a park near Aurora Central High School my understanding is it was a drive by shooting as well as there may have been people on such cheap enough so Wilson of Aurora police department Monday shooting followed the fatal shooting of an eighteen year old Sunday night and a report of a shooting at a mall in Aurora on Friday where police found shell casings enough is enough and I think we need to come together as a community this is a public health crisis sound courtesy of KCNC hi

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After final word from attorneys, Rittenhouse jury takes over

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

After final word from attorneys, Rittenhouse jury takes over

"Closing arguments in the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse accused of killing two men and wounding another at a police brutality protest in Kenosha Wisconsin are set to begin today with the jury getting the case after the eighteen year old faces charges ranging from intentional homicide punishable by life in prison to an underage weapons charge that could mean a few months in jail if convicted he was seventeen at the time the case raised questions about racial justice policing firearms and white privilege that polarized people Rittenhouse sobbed as he testified he acted in self defense saying he feared for his life last year during a night of unrest following the shooting death by police of Jacob Blake a black man Rittenhouse is white so were his victims prosecutors paint him as a vigilante who came to the protest with a rifle to provoke a response with the verdict near the governor put five hundred National Guard on standby I'm Julie Walker

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Defense rests its case at murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Defense rests its case at murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse

"The defense has rested its case at the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse the judge agreed to jury instructions and closing arguments could be held Monday in a Wisconsin murder case that has stirred fears debate prosecutors have sought to portray Kyle Rittenhouse as remorseless an instigator and a vigilante the eighteen year old said his intent was to protect property and render aid when he brought in a R. style rifle in his life guard medical kit to the streets of Kenosha Wisconsin during destructive protests over the police shooting of Jacob lake that August night in twenty twenty Rittenhouse took the stand Wednesday to say he was defending himself from attack and had no choice when he used his rifle I did what I had to do to stop the person who is attacking me his account has been largely corroborated by evidence and the prosecution's own witnesses Rittenhouse said that Joseph Rosenbaum cornered him and put his hand on the barrel of his rifle the second man hit with a skateboard and the third band came out him with a gun of his own he faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison if convicted of the most serious charges which include first degree homicide and reckless endangering try audio courtesy of court TV I'm Jennifer king

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Clean up your mess, youth tell climate talks inside and out

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Clean up your mess, youth tell climate talks inside and out

"Thousands of young climate activists have been marching in Glasgow with he went climate conferences taking place to press for more to be done in the fight against climate change the protest was the demonstrations being staged around the world to coincide with the company an eighteen year old activists from Brazil they're only saying what they have been saying for decades which is only false promises Samoan activist Brianna Fruin is worried for her country when we globally think of climate change we think of harsh impacts in the future right like a dystopian future but for the islands it's the present we're living right now away and was given the stage at the beginning of the conference now in its called twenty six when she told me it is about the effects of climate change already being felt in her country she said she would never passwords were really listen to you by the end of the conference Karen Thomas London

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Judge hopes to seat Kyle Rittenhouse jury within a day

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Judge hopes to seat Kyle Rittenhouse jury within a day

"Jury selection is beginning in the trial of a man accused of killing two people during a violent night of protests last year eighteen year old tile Rittenhouse and faces life in prison if he's convicted of first degree homicide one of several charges against him he's accused of shooting three people in Kenosha Wisconsin in August of last year during protests that broke out after a white police officer shot Jacob lake a black man the case has been polarizing Rittenhouse in his white as were the people you shot but many see this trial is the latest referendum on race in the American legal system I'm Mike Hampton

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How Was Suspect in Texas School Shooting That Injured 4 Released on Bail?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

How Was Suspect in Texas School Shooting That Injured 4 Released on Bail?

"I also had a bizarre conversation early this morning with a good friend of mine over the news that the eighteen year old. Who's accused of shooting up. That high school in arlington texas. This week got bonded out. After one night in jail one night and he's out on bond the whole country was on edge. Another school shooting. This was not a random school shooting. This apparently happened as the result of a fight. I'm told that eighteen year old timothy simpkins was the young man getting beaten on the video. It's you know as kids do. They took a video a cell phone video of this fight and it really wasn't a fight. It was one guy beating up another guy. Well the guy that was getting beat beat up evidently went into a backpack. After they were the two combatants were pulled apart. Pulled out a gun. Start shooting people shoot at shot. The guy the beat him up pumped four bullets into him he is. I'm told in a medically induced coma on a ventilator right now A twenty five year old teacher was shot in the back to others were injured including a pregnant girl and timothy simpkins free. As a bird he strolled out of the jail cameras. All in tow people taking shots of him. His baseball cap perched johnny on his head smiling. I'm a little baffled by this

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Texas high school shooting suspect has been taken into custody, police say

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Texas high school shooting suspect has been taken into custody, police say

"An eighteen year old student has been taken into custody hours after opening fire during a fight at his Dallas area high school your linkedin police department says Timothy George Simpkins was taken into custody without incident and charged with multiple counts of aggravated assault with a gun Kevin Colby is the Arlington assistant police chief was a fight between the student and another individual in a class audio courtesy WFAA Colby said four people were injured two of them with gunshot wounds and three of them were taken to the hospital about nineteen hundred students were evacuated from timberview high school and taken by bus to a local performing arts center to be reunified with their parents I'm

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The Latest: Pfizer tests COVID pill as preventive medicine

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Pfizer tests COVID pill as preventive medicine

"Pfizer has started testing its potential covert nineteen treatment as a preventive medicine aimed at warding off the virus of a close contact gets it the drug maker says it will study the pale it's developing in combination with low dose of the HIV drug per ton of air in people who are at least eighteen years old living in the same household with someone who's infected the pills goal is to block a key enzyme that the virus needs to replicate Fizer plans to enroll some twenty six hundred people in a late stage study researchers expect that the use of the HIV drug will help slow the breakdown of the potential treatment so it remains active longer to help fight the virus I'm surely Adler

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Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

"Lowest. Dunkin would receive a phone call. That would change her life forever. Caitlyn had been shot twice in the head while driving near downtown albuquerque and was in the hospital in critical condition less than twenty four hours later. Caitlin was dead and lois duncan found herself. Living the kind of nightmare. She had devoted her life to writing about. Lois would spend the next three decades trying unsuccessfully to unravel the mystery of her daughter's murder. Here's what we know about the crime around eleven pm on july sixteenth. A plainclothes detective drove by a car. That had hit a pole off the side of the road. On the corner of lomas east broadway near downtown albuquerque. There was a vw bug. Stop next to it. He saw no one at the site of the crash so he kept driving. I'm sorry what. How is it crashed car and another one right next to it at eleven o'clock at night not cause to stop an investigate. Common sense finally kicked in and the officer radioed end to see if the crash had been reported yet it hadn't so he decided to turn around and see. If i don't know a citizen might need help. By the time he got back to the scene of the crash the vw was gone. Oops am i right instead of the vw. Now some random guy was standing near the crash car when the detective asked what he was doing there. He said he just happened to be passing by turns out the reason. The officer didn't see anyone in the crashed car when he drove by without bothering to stop was because the driver had been shot twice in the head and was slumped over the wheel and she was still alive. This was kaitlyn arquette. Lois duncan's eighteen year old daughter.

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The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:13 min | 1 year ago

The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg

"The toys from our childhood. Stay with us long after we stop playing with them as adults we may lose track of a beloved stuffed animal or a fun action figure but we keep the memories. We remember how safe they made us feel and darkened bedroom or how much fun we had zooming them around the house as if they were flying and yet no matter what we all grow up and leave childish things behind but thanks to one man's impulsive decision. we learned. We don't have to let the past slip away. Not only can we hold onto it but we can share it with the people we love and keep that joy alive for generations to come harry. Colbourn was born in birmingham england in eighteen eighty seven. When he was eighteen years old he moved to ontario canada where he studied to become a veterinarian surgeon upon receiving his degree he settled in winnipeg in manitoba but duty would eventually call. Harry joined the military when world war one became too great to ignore and he hopped a train to quebec for basic training. It was on his way to the camp when he encountered an odd sight. A hunter had killed a black bear and taken. It's cub to sell at a local trading post. Harry gave them twenty dollars and in exchange he took possession of the bear cub which he named winnipeg after the town where he'd been living. His plan was to raise winnipeg for a little while before releasing her back into the forest. Unfortunately harry's plans change very quickly. Winnipeg became a hit among other troops. They played with her and let her stay in the bunks where. She slept under harry's kat that she grew however winnipeg got too big to live indoors and was relegated to outside like a kind of watch bear for the soldiers. The more time they spend together the harder it became for harry to let go. He in winnipeg had grown close. So close that. When he was ordered to go back to england to fight on the western front he refused to release the bear back into the wild he instead snuck her into the ship with the other troops together. They traveled to the second canadian. Infantry brigade camp near stonehenge in england. Harry let her roam free for a while they were there. She enjoyed playing on the large stones but he soon understood that he would have to give her up. There was just no way for winnipeg to go all the way with him to the front

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Qualifier to Champion: Britain's Raducanu, 18, Wins US Open

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Qualifier to Champion: Britain's Raducanu, 18, Wins US Open

"The eighteen year old became the first qualifier in grand slam tennis to win any major title and she did it without dropping a single set in either qualifying or the main draw you say I want to win a grand slam but to to have the belief I did and actually executing and winning Ross I I called believe it read account of finally stopped the giant killing run of nineteen year old Canadian Layla Fernandez closing out the one hour and fifty one minute match six four six three read account of had to take a medical timeout halfway through the final game to have a wound traded up to slipping during a point but Bradley to be the first British winner in New York since Virginia Wade in nineteen sixty eight I'm Graham like us

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Teen Dream: Raducanu, 18, Fernandez, 19, Into US Open Final

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Teen Dream: Raducanu, 18, Fernandez, 19, Into US Open Final

"Two understated teenagers have made it through to the U. S. open women's final and one of them is a qualifier unprecedented nineteen year old Canadian light up and and this was a first for winning yet another roller coaster battle closing out the second seed arenas at the Lincoln six four in the third set and in one word that that really stuck to me is magical because not only was is Myron really good but also the way I'm playing right now I'm just having fun eighteen year old brick qualified democratic candidate followed not long after reaching the most improbable of finals with her sixth consecutive straight sets win this time six one six four over the seventeenth St Maria Zachary I'm Graham like us

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Congressman Lee Zeldin Comments on Sean Spicer Being Forced to Resign

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Congressman Lee Zeldin Comments on Sean Spicer Being Forced to Resign

"Congressman lee zeldin. Welcome back as ed great to be with you so much discuss great to have you open the second hour of the show. First things i. I don't know if this is tough for you to comment on with your reserve status and everything else. But i'm touched by. This is a member of presidential appointee to the pentagon's national security education board. My body sean. Spicer ghana latter yesterday trying to force him to resign from the board of visitors for the annapolis naval academy west point board members of being threatened by the biden. Administration your reaction to what should be totally apolitical. Bipartisan boards helping to run our military's academies. Well first off. It's important to point out that sean has served in our military has warned the uniform. He is a proud navy. Man with experience at tactical operational and strategic levels He brings all the right ingredients and perspectives. And what's ironic about the announcement. Is that jen. Psaki states that their decisions aren't going to be based off of party registration. Well then why are you getting rid of somebody with that kind of experience like sean has pours his heart into it dedicated. You know he's not doing that for prestige or money or title. He's just doing it to give back the other element of this. That i'm greatly concerned about is this Desire to Socially engineer the military. And i signed up for the army. Rotc when i was eighteen years old in nineteen ninety eight watts served on active duty from two thousand three two thousand seven. I've been in the reserve since two thousand seven. Seven is still today wearing my Hat as a member of congress putting aside my hat as a member of the military but wearing my how my has a member of congress. I am very active in ensuring that. Our military is focused on y on accomplishing one image. One mission above all else and that is protecting our nation our national defense protecting our safety our homeland And they just need to be given every last possible tool that they need to do that.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Premium Hoops

Premium Hoops

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Premium Hoops

"As much as those do. I'm i'm tremendously excited about it. I mean to me. This is the second year that like for you note. I generally think of the drafts. A team specific enterprise beginning. If you don't have ball handlers the drafts school ball-handlers. Like you just can't take bike unless there's a a meaningful step up two or three tiers of value step up you just can't take all I would have had. It was building board for For the sixers. I would have had on the top left and probably the top three gathering. Susana chance that you're getting somebody like mobile there a little bit of questions their their time. My questions like So this is the second year that that's happened around Which is awesome at the end of the day. I think that springer's like the the idea of springer. Is you just simply to ask the questions. Do you believe that you can get a player to shoot more. It's answer as asked probably moves up your board where he is drafted. Do you believe that you can Install torso flexibility and give him a his movements else answers. Yes memoria de believe the players can be taught to tip off. Answer is estimated. And do you believe that youth is a meaningful a meaningful variable when when between decisions answers from. That's how you get from the twenties or thirties or whatever to to top ten top eight top-five that those are simply that joyce noted those things a totally understand it like we have. We have fundamental discrimi-. Because i think like an eighteen year old should be grid on much. Don't curve on playing as you've boven. A twenty two year old would but that curve clearly exists for some players and it doesn't like kids crash yeah Which is weird. And it doesn't make sense. But i don't think we can even parse anything through more with that. I'm just happy. He ended up in place..

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"You can't do this in the dental field because you're not pci compliant or not hipaa compliant. But can you at least help me understand. This is like it's all bs he's like. Let's take a look at it. Let's see what you're running. Let's see if it will work in the practice so we kind of beta tested it for about two years with myself and some of my classmates and through that is just. I wanna be able to take payments. This way i to be able to do this. Here's all the functionality. We need for dental practice to be able to take payments in so we kind like created and so we decided let's formalize create a company base at around a cloud based platform that fits fits the needs of the dental practice and roll it out with kind of transparency pricing in. Hey here's here's the pricing structure Kind of take it or leave it not not really that. But it's like we basically said okay. What's the minimum. We can charge to support employees. Pay people in still bring a good value with the platform. And that's what we're gonna do. It's it's like we lead with our best foot forward so that way. There's no like smoke and mirrors. There's no don't feel slimy about it. I mean there's there's there's different children's stuff you can feel slimy about dentistry right. So i mean literally. There's so much. So why not feel slimy about this. I kind of felt like full mile sell mouth reconstruction to an eighteen year old. That doesn't need it. But i can still sleep at night because i know i'm the best good in other areas exactly exactly so worked in. It's been fun so we've grown just like jeana said like during the pandemic at the beginning of it we're really concerned because the whole revenue stream comes from people taking payments. And if there's nobody working nobody's taking painful less payments few months there that's right but we're already positioned to be contactless and more hands off in so we actually tripled the size company allowing the pandemic so it was really kinda visa.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered

"Why not in charge. You seem like this this right. This seems like a good thing for you. You certainly seem like you're you're very good at it in phnom this. This basically seems great. So congratulations why. I've been doing it for ten years. I really enjoy. my kids. Were shocked that chris was going to be on this show. I might young. i think crazy. Isn't it crazy that they know who he is. It held notre wanted nineteen in their. Yes yes in his own mind. Yes but it's crazy. I never thought that young kids. My kids are fourteen in eighteen on. Then there yeah. So they're they're very rare. They know everything they watch youtube. They watch everything on television. They are glued their screens. Which i wish we don't have a yard here so much for them to do and i don't trust the very heart as far as what they can do online. But out in the real world. I pray for them because they know everything i do. I do this like you. Don't know how to make a toast so but now the contents. It's the common sense right. I know i. I'm with you. Yeah i also say this and let you back to chris. I sent my kids after school. Not really giving them laundry skills on. Because i'm a control freak. And i had to do also bad mom i that was my that was i want to do it because i can do it better. It's like you just get frustrated. It's like you're i did. I have taught my eighteen year old about laundry. But yeah yeah i i still don't like the girl fever so you did die but i don't like that either so i'm.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Murder that i'm going to be doing is number one eighty five. And that's the murder of angie dodge so the reason that this is my favorite murder is because you know on the troop beauty brooklyn podcasts. We really celebrate women but one of the things that we love. The most is generations of bad asses and this story is incredible. Because you know Angie's mom carol really just worked for over twenty years to figure out the true killer of her daughter and she worked tirelessly. You know the one thing connecting everything in the one thing that every single person had to say was carole. Dodge really would not give up. She was a bad ass and she's the reason that this murder got solved but the other reason that this murder got solved is because of a bad ass genetic genealogists named see more so all throughout the story is women coming together to solve this case this tragic story of you dodge the one happy ending. I guess as just seeing how strong women are and how much we can do together and collectively you know. Do anything i guess. So guys enjoy episode one. Eighty five the murder of angie dodge all right Should we do this. Yeah i think. I think we fucking problem on long enough. We have to go up the basement stairs out of the rec room and into the former living room. Yeah that is my favorite murder. My favorite murder. I think i'm i right. Yeah so put that shit down i did. I did news reporter as you do your story. Karen i'm so anal retentive about s not finding out what the other person doing. I'm really careful just before when you were talking. Ram about like your story and some research. I plugged my ears. Because i didn't want to hear it like i'm really lucky. I don't know why i'm like this. Did you hear that halfway through the conversation when we were talking full voice. In a very eco kitchen. Then i went. Oh lower your voice you can had. My ears plugged literally. I was a child with my electing fingers in my ear. 'cause i just love the surprise and then you just held up your papers and it had the photo of the murder. You're doing on the back of it. Yeah that's right but the meaning it's meaningless to this point all right all right i'll know. Pbc one into. I'm doing the murder of angie dodge aka the nation's first exoneration to rely on genealogical dna testing. Whoa here. we go all together. Now i gotta shipton of information from washington post article by kyle swenson A show call keith. Morrison investigate forty eight hours the innocence project dot org and a podcast called double loop. Okay so here. We go summer of nineteen ninety-six. In idaho falls idaho. Eighteen-year-old angie dodge had just graduated from high school with honors..

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

Beyond Picket Fences

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Beyond Picket Fences

"And while we had all this stuff in common in that was all finding goods. You know love the same hobbies. All that kind of stuff i just. I kept picturing myself as like this little old lady in iraq or in a corner going. What the hell did i do. What did i knew better. What did i do with my life like. No this is not who you are. what are you doing. And i didn't want to be that person who looked back on my life like and it have to do that. You know that's not who i was and we were married for us than a year when i had brought up one in divorce and so we went through that and that was super challenging time for both of us and you know a lot of people go through divorce and it is. It is a difficult thing. And i give mad props to people who get through it and don't have a hard time. I thought it would be okay and it was okay at first and then it became really not okay and we don't speak any more and also i mean that that part of it sucks to where you and that's a general life thing where you try a relationship with somebody. Really good friends turns out. It was best to be really good friends but it can't stay that way anymore. Any chapter closed. And it's it is what it is. It's a it's a piece of your life and it's fine and nothing to regret but you know looking back if i could have not made that decision. I want to change that. I would changed. Go back to the last pat podcast. Yeah andy asked you what you would say to your. Eighteen year old self absolutely. Yeah so. I definitely i would've i would've saved other people and myself through from a lot of heartache and challenges and all kinds of stuff by just taking a little more time to think through some things..

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

The Foxhole Podcast

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on The Foxhole Podcast

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on More Content Talk

"Every interaction with the faculty was designed to traumatize us and cripple us with self doubt on her first day. We were informed. We are here to break you doubt and see if you can survive breaking us down with both subtle and not so subtle at the end of every term. we were given assessments which we called character assassinations. We'd be forced. Sit on a chair in the middle of the rehearsal room while the faculty sat at a table across from us in proceeded to tear each of us to shreds some of my assessments. The things that The teachers are saying to the student. It's kind of like a critique and assessment or a retrospective if you will consisted of things such as kelly. You know what your problem is. A rhetorical question. You're too fucking nice. My eighteen year old brain didn't know how to process being nice as negative other things thrown at me included sexually laced questions. Are you a virgin. Yes she replied. Do you have a boyfriend. No she replied. Do you have sex with him. Why are they asking this. Eighteen year old girl. She's having sex or what's going on. What's that all about. It never entered my head to tell them it was none of their damn business and see. This is the thing that was different about me. When i went to when i went to acting school there were certain things. That just wouldn't do certain things too stupid certain things that just seemed cultish and i just wouldn't do them and i had the luxury you know being good so i people didn't care if i didn't do whatever stupid. Exercise to a certain point you know. They got frustrated. Make right. But i i was the person who is generally like the leader at least like a very important part in the show so and like as i said they recognize. That was good. So you kinda allowed to get away with more. I think but but if they see you as a mousy person as a person who's not going to stand up for themselves as a person who may be seized themselves is not such a good actor. They'll eat you alive and the talk shit about you to your face and i've seen it happen to other actors and there have been times where i was out. You know that that wasn't necessary and It's not necessarily bear actors. It's not necessary to delve into their personal lives. And problems is so many of these Feeder fish and autos and hollywood celebrities do ziggler tried to get to the to the medal level and the realism just harming people. That's all member. This hollywood celebrities that go out the sleeping and dirt and they're doing these horrible things and to get into character writing. It's always getting the character. This is where that comes from. And so it's already trained. You're trained to do this things. Now i rejected it but it also had other repercussions for me. Which i'll get into later.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"It says when the condition now is present as a mystery she wonders if this knowledge had been forgotten. Well that's very kind of you or maybe ignored for very clear reasons but to her. She's baffled we all know this. It's there we all saw. So she's saying. I just forgot this information. I'll let you decide now. It's is deana. Virus caused low levels of platelets in mice. Now it says in the neighboring country of candidate professor ma ma ottoman often has been thinking about the same things. Here's another person who's also going. We knew this off. Man is a professor at queens university. An expert in all things blood related so you know not your typical anti-science conspiracy theorist right. Blending the clotting bleeding and clotting being her specialties so she has a right to speak on these things in the nineties. Using dna virus for gene therapy was considered the next big thing. But then you buy probably heard about this case an eighteen year old jesse gelsinger died in nineteen ninety nine now. I'm not going to go over now. But it's interesting case. Where where the kid you know was experimental. They offer to this treatment because he was struggling with what he was already dealing with. And they said it's you know it's just pure mental but you want to try. You thought it was going to be great. And he came in tried it and he died and then all of a sudden it was like whoa wait a minute. This is back when a used seemingly care about something like that right now but today if we over shore he died from what he had. We don't know keep using it. That would happen today but then they pump the breaks up one. 'cause we're reported case right so there's the you know the ultimately you could probably prove this case. My point is that they posit right then. It just shows you the weird difference of what's happening today but it says during a clinical trial using you know virus factory deliver.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"An eighteen year old tax deductions for wales carney j. Levels she's been tax. Seven years is a member of the guild of taxidermists and passionate about preserving and given a second life to ethically sourced animals. I am super excited to chat. She said thank you for grades And yeah welcome. I've never spoken to enacted before your thank you for having me. It's such a pleasure. Ready usually the autism rights that come on here. Some sort of kind of connection. I can have the worker. Experience will have gone to exhibition but with.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

Talk with Oliver

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Talk with Oliver

"It's like everyone wants look like you said that kylie jenner and lake us. Okay if you wanna get lake hawks in fillers and stuff like that if that makes you happy that's wonderful but ryan like this age were being. Original is not cool me. More lakes for the younger generation like scratch. My head like what's like i get it like. Why don't you want to be different. Why do you wanna look like everyone else know these girls who are like eleven and twelve years old. They look like they're eighteen scary clumps the cops on assisted as id because assist is eighteen. And you've got some eighteen year old man potentially get an awful fucking a full in erode fucking scary like it is scary literally end up in prison. If you fucking scary. Yeah it is it is. It's scary in. It is gross too right.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"Let's pick it up with mikhael haggerty where we left off parse it out for us a little bit look. I'm an old guy so to me. A car from the sixties as what a car should be but clearly. It's not just like baby boomers like me. Who are a part of the mix. What happens after it. Who were the other people that are making up the bulk of the audience. Now well there is a lot of this again. Apocryphal understanding of what will happen with the next generation and cars in a couple of demographic and really generational study points is. The baby boomers have been firmly in command of the vintage car. World enthusiasts car world for quite some time and it was a generation that great a lot wealth enjoyed spending time and they were probably the last generation where cars worry huge part of the cultural element that everybody talked about the silent generation. Maybe a little bit even before but where people really paid attention to auto shows the big auto shows and car launches and stuff like this. I'm a gen xer so kind of squeezed in between any of this massive millennial and then the next generations follow is important. Remember the millennial generation's the largest generation and they're that children baby boomers and if there's anything that we have learned about the car rolled. Is that the older people. Get the money they make. They act a lot more like their parents. Now that might be shocking to your listeners. out there but it is just a fact. Don't tell any eighteen year old kid that. I know that somebody is eighteen year old in just dreaming that they're never going to have their parents corporate job and they're going to become a beekeeper and that is possible they may become a beekeeper and make the greatest honey that brooklyn has ever tasted but the reality is very often. They end up as they get older. They resolve revolve their life around a similar set of activities. That's often what they grew up with. So we seen a pretty seamless. Generational shift of the next generation starts to come to pick up the pieces year. It's not like they're all failing again. Very large generations and while the overall percentage of younger people may not be as cars as the earlier generations. Were the numbers. Appear to be sufficient to sustain like significant car to be long as the future but their interests are different so the next generation probably doesn't surprise you there into the car guys and gals they might be more of the rally. Inspired cars are there into the vintage off road. Vehicles are into jd. m. fear to look at a brand that is just absolutely at the pinnacle of something. That's attracted to a young person you'd have to save. Bmw's the nineties and early two thousands whereas the gen xers the porsche. nine eleven. we've driven porsche. Nine eleven up. The baby boomers was the quarterback..

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Doctormommyspeaks Parenting

Doctormommyspeaks Parenting

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Doctormommyspeaks Parenting

"These difficult situations are inevitably going to pop up in real life. I would also say generally speaking. I think children of most ages are wildly underestimated in their ability in potential on capabilities. So i would say whether you're speaking to a twelve year old or an eighteen year old. They know what's up. I mean with with how the media portrays dragon sex nowadays with social media being everywhere they have access to the internet at kiplinger's they know what's going on so i would also suggest though i'm not a mother of teenagers i would say to treat them as kind of adults in that situation in more importantly ask them questions to kind of gather how. They're feeling that about the situation because they could go to you and say hey mom you know. Suzy's doing drugs. And i think it's really cool and i want to try. It may be thinking that and not say would that could be there during the slow approach star or they could be thinking and feeling suzy's drink drugs than she really doesn't look good and she's not acting right and i'm kind of scared if you're not allowing the space for them to actually tell you that by asking questions and holding space for that. That opportunity is going to be missed in. It's really important opportunity to get a glimpse into what they're thinking and feeling about the situation. So i would say treat them as adults they know what's going on most likely and they might not be so interested in a treat as you might think or drive absolutely not learning from others. Mistakes would be a very nice a bartender t to grab when it comes to a minute talking about someone defense and like you said Asking questions or statements like what do you think about susie doing drugs. Or what are your stance on that things like these will be so perfectly insinuating to find out. What's going on in your child's minds and what these approaches towards these things absolutely open ended questions always right so let's talk a bit more about league Now believe almost any reason these days and.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

Dark Horse Entrepreneur

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur

"This is a guitarist who's constantly learning new songs. You can't see it behind me. i'll show it to you in a minute. Got a little drums it back here. We may have to get online and jam sometime time. Welcome to the dark horse. Entrepreneur matt jersey man. Thanks for having me so much. This is going to be awesome. That my pleasure actually ended. I was telling you earlier Want to take a step back from the mike and just let you tell your story like i said. I know i heard a bit of it when you are sharing on clubhouse you know share as little as much of that that journey that you've taken you to Were you've been to where you are today. And why do what you do so much totally so mentioning clubhouse wrote passed by wants to connect. That's where we've been spending a majority of our time. Mary last day or says so. You buy me at alex dot vendor. Are there just a real quick. But a little bit about who. I am where i got started from Never ever in my wildest dreams die magin being ceo or a business owner or anything along those lines Starting out was. I wanted to go to school for art and i was gonna focus on. Cgi so looking at computer generated removes and i love the idea the idea that we can fool the eye with computer technology to do all these really really cool things and produces really cool movies. I was dating a girl at the time and really got into my head and got into my parents ear about that saying like Like there's really not that much of an industry port. It's really not gonna drive that much like avatar just amounts. Here's like avatars blue. Nobody's gonna wanna watch movies with cgi and it's not gonna take authors. It's a one and done thing. So you know my parents and my grandparents were like what you're getting science. You're good at school. Just go through the traditional route. And you'll be okay so out of despite being an eighteen year old void young dumb and full calm. I said okay. Want these the hardest science route. I can find them. And at the time it was neuroscience. I actually really enjoyed it because i always loved ironically enough. I loved magic..

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Credit man. You are all over bitcoin. What like five. Six years ago will We'll post to the website. The article about about you. Okay never mind. Thank you but So you've been pretty savvy about watching. Is this the end of robinhood. Shut your robinhood account and go to a different platform right if they're going to do this to you Yeah i mean. I think this is the end of stock trading like that. That's my take like a there to like. Okay i if you listen to me. You're dumber than i am. And i have a thousand dollars in credit I did not pay off to buy a share of game. Stop at three hundred and twenty dollars a share so just getting out of the way through the digital wildcatter lawyers are on the other line going. This is not investment advice. Yes forward looking. Statements are not based on past performance. I first driver's license like three hours ago so but basically they're they're one of two ways this this turns out like in my view One the market like manages to somehow recover this without either putting a whole bunch of retail investors. Out of what little money. They had to invest in stocks And that that could look like stealth selling after hours. Doing some even weirder stuff we haven't seen yet on. There's been pretty obvious. Market market manipulation particularly in the media with all of these articles talking about short positions being covered that were not It may have been covered for that particular company but it likely went to someone else. This isn't like a conspiracy It's just that short. Interest is still above one hundred percent at this current moment as far as we know so one market somehow manages to unwind itself without imploding one direction or the other In which case. Probably the sec. Does something buys out all shares at a thousand dollars a share. That's a little bit of a bold prediction. I have no idea how this works But i think. I think the the thing that very well could happen. If the short squeeze continues further on is you're going to be looking at like eight but worse in the coming weeks because once shorts have to pay out in no matter who they're paying out to whether it's an another investment firm whether it's retail investors They're going to have to liquidate a lot.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"One share like fundamentally these places. It's very difficult for them to lose money to individual people and i mean the individual investors quote unquote. Who are going to make money out of this. Were already rich at the beginning. This is there is definitely going to be some wealth transfer in some new thing coming out but who has sort of idealistic grand narratives about what this says This this is just what sometimes this is. Oh eight the big short was discovered by an institution or saria retail guy But it didn't stay that way. He he's not going to be the only one that makes money off of this kind of the irony of all ironies in this is dodd-frank the bill that was set up to help level the playing field make trading fair More transparent and the like forces most futures contracts and the like to be exchanged cleared so that everybody can see it. All one of the things that did was the posting collateral. And so i mean the squeeze on robin hood right now is when you go buy one hundred shares. Its t plus to right. Settles in two days. So you technically don't have to pay for two days well. Robin hood has to go out and find those two shares for you and when they do. Robin hood actually has to post. The price of those shares are those hundred shares for two days and it's a formula based on volatility and other stuff and then when they can take your money. They're able to take their margin back and the problem was this was so incredibly volatile. And there's also i believe in that formula concentration factor that robin hood was having to shell out just tons and tons of money. That's why they borrowed all the money from the bank. That's right they're raising a billion dollars and all that so truly is kind of dodd. Frank and what did make the the market more secure because now there's collateral the person that gave you the two shares doesn't have to worry about them getting paid. because the money's posting there at the exchange is what caused the squeeze on robinhood which the squeeze on the little guys. I mean that's the reason they had to say you can't buy anymore. That's why they were okay with you sell on. But because they don't have to post margin when you sell and the fact that that the the company that has a very large stake in robin hood is the one who is short on game. Stop shares and i'm not suggesting a conspiracy here like i was genuinely sorry. There was a genuine liquidity crisis but citadel wasn't investor and melvin isn't investor in melvin whatever. The hedge fund was called riot. And there's some there's some thought that they assumed a good portion of the short position themselves because they were going to have to pay it anyway. It's the market maker so so assuming these funds ran out of money..

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"I barely note the soccer is. I'm not until i. Oh yeah no. It is the fbi So anyway so we got the short squeeze read. It hasn't gone. Are you on that site. i'm no. I'm i'm not a reddit user okeydoke but the what's it called against wall street. Bits wall street bets while currently has six million active users who pose. Yeah read at user. But don't tell anyone. I really need a music career and we can't be out here on. Read it okay. Musicians can't be on radha lame to be it and i'm sorry to everyone who uses. Read it you guys are sometimes okay. I guess but it's just it's just about look so they're like six million people. What's it like on that. Really some good investment advice. I mean yeah. The thing is is that headphones do hedge fund managers do literally nothing and. That's it professionals. Do literally nothing that. I can't do with my computer and twenty minutes. The people on the site know about as much as these these people on the actual institutional marketplace to Minus all the stuff that they keep hidden from the other people so if you wanted to scrap some significance to this event i think this is the end of the stock market as the boys club. Like i think after this smart money. Smart money Asshole money goes into private equity and other stuff for the poor's can't get in and the stock crashes colossally. That's my prediction really. Yes because i am an oracle and warren buffett antsy jobs all in one. So i clearly what i'm talking about Let's get the you know it's funny you rag in about a hedge funds and that they don't do anything if t rags about private equity guys like me. No none of y'all do anything. That's what i'm saying. That's very that's very fair so anyway. This is so this is interesting episode. Eight on the podcast. We had sarah catalan on. And she's a swing trader. I mean she wakes up in the morning goes in front of her computer. She trade stocks. She kind of has a screening tool but she does. Some fundamental work does a lot of biotech stuff social. Look she'll see that they've got a test coming up. You know a trial of some sort nationwide literally. that's she feeds her family. Right and What's interesting goldman sachs came out in a research report like two weeks ago and said that people like sarah people liked robin hood. Make up one third of the market today. And i mean with that kind of purchasing power. You literally can go toe to toe with hedge fund guys. Yeah yeah i mean. I don't really think that's what's happening. And i think anyone who thinks that's what is happening is a little bit. Little bit idealistic. I mean fundamentally like this is headline versus hedge fund retail discovered. The play maybe Maybe like drove initial interest in it. fundamentally this is this is institutional money versus other institutional money and we. We're just like on top getting shredded. Whichever way it goes So to one big hedge fund went way way short retail figure. Something out starts the flood and now all the institutions are working out. Yeah i mean like look at what happened today. Like they shut down robinhood basically limited.

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"eighteen year old" Discussed on TV Literate

TV Literate

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen year old" Discussed on TV Literate

"I don't know the stage like kinda cool but also does looked like there were bushes. Yeah it was kind of a lot. Like i was kind of a mess. I don't know. I just felt like simpler would have been better on the is. I think yeah. They could've left like the to leafy rock things are off to the side and just had like the archway. Yeah i probably there was just too much going on but whatever cindy was trying to outdo herself she was. You know how she is. I loved how at this point lawrence said something. I've been thinking about this day for a long time. I mean four months is a long time to an eighteen year old. Yeah i was gonna say like this just shows how young they are. Because that's how like young people in a relationship are always like i've been in a relationship with them for six months so long but it's like in the grand scheme of things that is not long at one ninth of your life right now right now and it's like yeah. It's yeah anyway to not able to get divorced or whatever. Yeah yeah real real good. Oh and this is also when it talks about how. He practiced kissing on his hands which was awful to hear. I know like. I really would have been disturbed by this like three weeks ago. But ever since ethan masturbating underneath his parents at church during service i just give him a break.

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