35 Burst results for "Eighty Eight Year"
Grassley Will Run for 8th Term in Senate
"The other bit of breaking news. Is that your colleague. Chuck grassley with whom you serve at. The age of eighty eight has announced. He's running for re election. And i for one. I'm glad you know pete. Wilson's eighty eight. We are honoring and last night on the thirtieth anniversary of his first year. As governor of california. Those two eighty eight year olds. Put us to shame. Jim talent they do. And i'm gonna tell you they're they're like chuck is is what we lawyers call. And you know this. Better than i do sue generis. Yes so i mean he is every time i see chuck. It's like the same chuck grassley i. I met twenty seven years ago when i got elected to the house. i saw in and And then i served with fifteen years ago. The guy's incredible he doesn't incredible job For iowa and more power to them. And i wouldn't say that normally i mean normally i would quietly. Somebody asked me say you know you'd be thinking he's unbelievable that there's always an exception the rule my role is you shouldn't be in the senate after your seventy two. The john kyle rule chuck grassley the exception because he is one of. I love the history channel rants on twitter right. I love that stuff. But he also takes care of iowa and when he We're gonna be talking about this when he decides to run at ninety four as well. By the way he'll make his eighty eight county drive. He works at very hardy. Takes care of iowa for joni ernst. Can't keep up with them. But like pete wilson. Were drinking the water differently when they made those two jim talent. I asked pete wilson last night. What makes a great senator. So i want to ask you chuck grassley. What makes a great senator. The the most important prerequisite is to have the heart of a servant. Okay and chuck. Does in pete wilson. Does i mean you've got you. You have to be another really important thing goes with that is to have a dose of humble understand and and and they both do.
Holocaust Survivor, Scholar Awarded $815,000 Balzan Prize
"An Israeli French American Holocaust survivor and historian and a U. S. scientist specializing in got bacteria are among the recipients of this year's battles and crises recognizing scholarly and scientific achievements Seoul Friedlander was awarded the prize for Holocaust and genocide studies the Pulitzer Prize winner and macarthur fellow eighty eight year old Friedlander has taught widely in the U. S. took Telavi view diversity he was recognized for examining the persecution of all Jews in Europe then beyond the country focus studies that had preceded him I'm for making postal documents acceptable in scholarly practice while Jeffrey Goldman from Washington university in St Louis who's to wilted about St for founding the field of human microbiome research I'm Charles to this month
The True Winnie-the-Pooh
"A canadian soldier buying an orphaned bear cub from a trapper is not the way you imagine the origins of winnie the pooh. You are not alone. It's really strange. A person who was once called the world's leading who scholar agrees switch. I'm bravo aged biographer. And tweet is eighty eight years old. She's been a raiders since the late nineteen fifties. I writing children's books and then trying to biographies in the nineteen seventies and eighties. One of those books about the english writer edmund. Gos- won a big prize and after that amply was under a bit of pressure as she selected her next subject of publishes approach with ideas and most of them were wildly unsuitable but one publisher pitched a person she liked a mill author of the winnie. The pooh books. I said immediately that would be marvelous if i could because i always loved a mill. I love books. I've read them as a child. He was perfect subject for me but there was a catch. We didn't want to do the book. Without the permission of millns living son christopher robin milne who inspired the character of christopher robin i had said jewish this just a momentum was agreeable and i understand that he has turned down number biographers in the past in fact he had said in cringe that she didn't want anyone to write about farther but this time he agrees he even gives tweet permission to access all kinds of archival documents. She's able to visit the milam country home in southern england which helped inspire the pooh books. And which was and still is off to the public if it's a lovely place. Remarkably and unspoilt sexy now as it was then and she gets to meet with christopher robin milne himself.
'Falling through cracks': Vaccine bypasses some older adults
"Older adults have top priority in Kobe nineteen immunization drives but untold number of vulnerable seniors are being left behind Jeanne and dry the eighty eight year old lives alone in Portland Oregon pot a case worker would contact her about getting a vaccine she eventually after helper who comes by four hours a week to try and snag her an appointment some communities are partnering with charities like meals on wheels or developing out reach through local churches Mary Wade is a resident of Washington DC a lot of fall through the cracks James stone was the director of aging services for an association of governments in the Kansas city area he says the vaccine roll out there his favorite healthier seniors who are able to jump in their car at a moment's notice and drive for two hours to make an appointment Missouri's Republican governor Mike parson said things will get better we'll get more vaccine the state which helps all the way around I'm Jennifer king
Vaccinations reach nursing homes as California faces crisis
"Coronavirus vaccinations have started for people of all ages nursing home patients in Florida are being vaccinated governor Ron DeSantis wants this done as quickly as possible as you have this protection you can have people return two more sense of normalcy first to get the shot at John Knox village near fort Lauderdale eighty eight year old Vera leap where she excited and how does she feel about it I don't know how I feel about it you know but you know that calm and the how long it's going to be I have no idea after getting the shot leap said she felt fine I met Donahue
Science, Economics And Vaccines
"Dr Stanley Plotkin develop vaccines for some of the world's deadliest modern viruses. He's very familiar with the cost and the process of producing vaccines, and he says the process tends to be slow and ferry expensive developing vaccine is likely to cause something on the order of five hundred, million dollars five hundred, million dollars status is today's indicator five, hundred million dollars to get a vaccine Stanley, says. For drug companies and universities and labs that monumental cost is often one of the biggest obstacles to creating vaccine after all at the end of the process, you don't know if you ever will actually debt vaccine some viruses like HIV still don't have successful vaccines even after decades of trying and billions of dollars invested if covid nineteen vaccine can't be found or if it takes decades the social. Economic and cultural impacts would be devastating. So the White House has done something pretty unheard of it's created a plan called operation warp speed to try to speed up the vaccine process. The White House says it's already invested more than twelve billion dollars in the plan and how the plan works. The White House is basically created contracts with drug companies like Pfizer Novak's Moderna Therapeutics and AstraZeneca. Few others and those contracts promise these companies billions of dollars if they can get a vaccine ready to go and have a hundred million doses at the ready by the first part of next year with so much money being funneled toward the problem I'm wondering if that will do you think speed up the process of getting a vaccine or does it just take the time it takes or? It definitely speeds things up. Stanley says with a strong cash incentive like this and so much support companies can out a bunch of different tactics in their search for a vaccine. He says, there are more than a hundred different approaches that scientists know of, and they can try a bunch of them labs all over the world flooded with resources racing for vaccine that should help speed up the arrival of the vaccine at least that is the hope but that is as yet. a hope. Nothing nothing is certain is certain. if everything goes well. I think having a vaccine by the end of the year is not impossible, but it's based on everything going. Well, Stanley says even with all the money in the world getting a vaccine ready for the public quickly is really hard. The Rubella vaccine that he developed was a relatively quick process in terms of vaccines. It took him about two years to discover it to develop the vaccine itself, and then five years to tested and scale up the production of IT and just get to the market, and here's why for one thing it's a messy process. You have a biological problem It's a complicated process and there isn't any single wave. Doing that also, he says there are parts of the process that you cannot speed up no matter how much money you have Stanley says trials for vaccines for instance, typically take longer than trials for regular drugs because vaccines will be used on much larger swath of the population. So you have to test the vaccine on all different kinds of people, different ages, ethnicities, people with different underlying health conditions, and that typically means trials involving tens of thousands of people. Also, you have to give the vaccine time to work time to assess side effects. Many vaccines fail in this trial phase, and there is a danger in going too fast of course the. is to avoid making mistakes. While you're speeding up mistakes and research or in manufacturing the vaccine or in not taking enough time to test these things can have. Consequences he says in the nineteen fifties, some batches of the polio vaccine created the contained an active virus the samples at past the safety tests yet thousands of people contracted polio from the vaccine dozens of people were paralyzed as a result Stanley says rushing vaccine is a balancing act between good science and good economics in you you yourself are working on a vaccine is that correct? Well, I know lawyer you know I'm I'm eighty eight years old I? No longer have a laboratory but I'm giving advice left and right so. I'm working in the a sense of giving advice. What kind of advice are you giving? What questions do people have at this stage which? Are Important what have you and responses one should be trying to get. What dosage? Interval between doses I mean the things that one learns with any vaccine. Are you taking dozens of calls like a week. I see why you have very limited time. I. Should let you go but I can't thank you enough for taking some of your precious time to talk with me. By by by conversation is over I, mean I would be hurt but like the man has lives to save, right? Oh. Yeah Oh. Yeah. Impressive Dude. Also fun fact Cardiff. He learned to fly a plane when he was seventy four and you don't do that kind of thing by spending all your time talking to journalists. The man is flying planes and saving the world. So he gets overpass
Native rights advocate Suzan Harjo weighs in on R-word end in NFL
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez. After a legal battle spanning a quarter of a century, prominent native American rights advocate Suzanne Harjo weighs in on finally seeing the Washington NFL team retire its name and Logo Christine. Trudeau reports in the eighty eight years. The Washington NFL team has passed its name from owner to owner, so to has resistance to the long held slur from generation to generation of native advocates for Susan Harjo it started in nineteen, sixty, two when activists. Activists. Clyde Warrior visited her high school class to speak against the University of Oklahoma's Mascot Little Red and the worst one is the one in the nation's capital. And he taught us how to articulate that issue how to make an argument. How debated in valuable lesson? Harjo carried with her as other sports, mascots of change, starting in Nineteen, seventy with little red, throughout continued actions, leading up to the twenty five year legal battle. Battle to change the Washington NFL team name, each generation in advocates like Amanda Black. Horse and many others have each been crucial to changing the name, but Harjo reminds make no mistake owner Daniel. Snyder decision came down to money with Fedex CEO. Fred Smith threatening to cash in his shares. If the name didn't change, that was the ballgame and he knew that he had no more sean from here, says Harjo. It's only a matter. Matter of time for other Sports Leagues team names to follow suit. We long ready one this as a societal change, we have changed over two-thirds. We changed over two thousand of these offensive slurs and cultural appropriations, and then we have a little less than nine hundred to go. In twenty, fourteen, Harjo was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom I'm Christine, Trudeau this stories, a collaboration with National Native News and the Solutions Journalism Network. To native artists from Wisconsin are among this year's national heritage fellows presented by the National Endowment for the Arts Karen and Hoffman recognized for beadwork and Wayne value senior builds. And Mayer has more wind value. Senior is one of just a handful of master birchbark canoe builders remaining in the Midwest. He's now one of the nine national heritage fellows for two thousand and twenty on award, which honors folk and traditional arts. The Art Forms of that'll known for. They don't belong to me. The knowledge belongs to that's one of the reasons why I won. The award I guess is because. I've been sharing this. This canoe culture and communities throughout the Mid West since one thousand, nine, hundred eighty two heritage fellowships have been won by icons like blues. Man Bb King Says Cliff Murphy of the National Endowment for the arts. It is intended as the highest honour in the folk and traditional arts bestowed by the by the United States. Government Murphy points out. Value seeks to teach canoe building. We'll teaching traditional language skills and. And ways of life, he brings young people into the process alert how to make as in the process they're learning about all of these things that are so important to the life ways identity identity in sacred practices of this community value says he's working on another canoe now with an apprentice will soon become a master canoe builder himself if my life work if I can teach one person to carry this forward. That I know that this jet that it'll live at least one more generation for national native news I'm Ben Mayer in northern Wisconsin Demand Tony,
Alone, Together - A Covid Nurse's Story
"March twenty second twenty twenty. My heart is broken on Friday night. My worst fears were realized as I watched. My beloved patient are Evan. Take his last breath on earth. To other patients rush to his side with tears in my eyes I watched them instinctively placed their hands on his eyes and recite the Shema prayer. At Him and said goodbye I says holy soul entered the gates of heaven. That's like Gamaa. Normally she's in oncology nurse, but back in March, when covert I hit, Israel will head was one of a handful of nurses transferred to the new corona virus warded. Her Hospital shallots Nick Medical Center in Jerusalem. She worked day and night, following strict isolation protocols that meant among other things wearing full protective gear in ministering care via video intercon's. She was often frightened as were many of her patients. One of them was eighty eight year old Alliott Evan who on March Twentieth Twenty Twenty, sadly became Israel's first covert casualty of at home shallots. They will show Lime Methuselah Hullah Evan Evan Bench morning. Wish antisocial anyhow by Damon Asoka de Corps F. When she'd come home after a shift, a hell would often sit down at her computer and recount her experiences on facebook those posts and will link to a bunch of them on our site. Read Lak- diary. This is her reading the post she wrote right after he passed away. I know what the next step is, and I'm already dreading it. Traditionally when a Jew dies, there's a series of rituals including washing the body that take place, but hunter the now with covert. Everything would be different missile heavily. The Ministry of Health has prepared us with instructions on how to deal with disease covid nineteen patients. We are the first hospital in Israel to implement this protocol. Similar to casualties of biological warfare, our treatment of the body needs to be done in a way that will not endanger us. Because of this there can be no purification or Tahara process. This Jewish. Ritual is sacrificed to protect us and everyone else who will come in contact with him? Me and the other nurse Mahal are responsible for identifying him for burial. will be the last ones to see and care for him physically. My dear Aria. You survived the horrors of the Holocaust immigrated to Israel. Established DEMOC deficit family, and your extraordinary journey ends here in this new word. We hoped we would never have to open. The circumstances of your hospitalization did not allow for your loving family and caretaker to be by your side for us in them. This was heartbreaking from the outside monitored you as closely as we could. We were an off as we watch the other patients care for you, keep you company and help you. However they could. They did not want you to ever feel. Are Yet, I wanna ask you for forgiveness. I'm sorry for how we were required to handle your body. We did our best to preserve your dignity and respect you based on the circumstances I know that it was done to protect us. It was a tremendous food and honor to care for you. When you're a final days, you've touched my heart, the staff and the patients that surrounded you. I know your life would spire the rest of Israel as well. Go to your resting place in peace. Look out for us from about. That fishermen witter no homage Caversham Madam Linda Goal highlights me live Gra, Helga Mar.. A few days later, she posted again this time about two moments one of extreme grief and the other extreme beauty march twenty, eight, twenty twenty. It's been only two weeks since my first shift and Koetter the COVID, nineteen word, and in many ways feels like an eternity. As panic and uncertainty, keep escalating around the globe for me. Personally the pressure and anxiety are quickly building up and it's nothing short of overwhelming. In the span of two weeks, the number of patients in my unit has quadrupled and keeps growing the everyday experiences in the word taking an emotional toll on me. On Friday, a daughter of a critical patient walks into our operations headquarters. Since no family member can go inside the unit. She has come to say goodbye to her L. Father through the video intercom system. She asked me to hold her phone and record their interaction. As I watched her cry and talked her father through a screen I have to physically turn my head to hold back tears. This is heart wrenching to watch I cannot even begin to imagine what it's like for them. At six thirty PM with thirty minutes left until the end of May shift. I'm rushing to finish my last tasks inside the unit. At this point, the moderate patients have all congregated in the middle of the word to do Tabet. I soon realized it's the only permissible Mignon in Jerusalem right now people from all walks of life and across the religious spectrum are singing and rejoicing together as bring in. I! I'm blessed to be witnessing the scene of unity and. I. I already know this. Coming Week is going to present more challenges physically and emotionally, but I know I'm not alone. We're in this fight together. We're going to come out of this stronger and more united as a nation than ever before to stay strong instead home God bless.
Protesters in England topple statue of slave trader into harbor
"In the UK a statue of slave trader Edward Colston was torn down and thrown into Bristol harbour by protesters the bronze statue was erected in eighteen ninety five more than one hundred fifty years after Colson's death in eighty eight years after Britain abolished the slave trade Colson played a key role in the royal African company of seventeenth century slave trader responsible for transporting around eighty thousand indentured people to the
"eighty eight year" Discussed on KCRW
"Is Tuesday April fourteenth the singer Loretta Lynn is eighty eight years old today the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman president trump plans to introduce an economic task force today he says it'll work to create a plan to re open the country's economy trump says he is the only person who has the authority to reopen the US amid the pandemic and B. R. Scott Detrow has more president trump says he has ultimate authority to ease travel and work restrictions many governors disagree to interstate compacts have now formed one of the west coast and the other on the east coast governors in those states representing more than one hundred million people say they'll coordinate on their own decisions to begin to return to normal NPR's Scott Detrow one governor who is not part of one of the state compacts also contradicts president trump Illinois governor JB Pritzker explains the decision to re open state economies is a power held by governors the reality is that the president does not have the authority to tell the states what to do in this regard we put the executive orders in place were the ones who are responsible for the safety and health of the people of our state and and I think the governors that you've heard from over the last day I have done a very good job of that Pritzker spoke to NPR's morning edition the corona virus pandemic cut Chinese exports during the first quarter of this year and here's Emily Feng says the exports were down by more than eleven percent data released for China's first quarter of trade should imports dropped as well by point seven percent total trade with the US dropped even more by eighteen point three percent China put in place of fear locked on measures and hundreds of millions of people starting in late January as an outbreak of the new coronavirus picked up steam ultimately sickening with an eighty thousand people in China nearly a quarter of a million businesses closed permanently as a result of the ensuing economic slowdown China's first quarter GDP data is set to be announced Friday analysts are expecting a six to ten percent contraction in China's economy from the same time last year Emily Feng NPR news will hand China more than thirty people were killed in the past two days by severe storms are created tornadoes in the south and east cobie Vance of Mississippi public broadcasting says eleven people were killed in Mississippi in the town of bass feel Mississippi emergency responders and community volunteers are clearing debris and assessing damages to homes and businesses city alderman Angie Ladner has been working around the clock helping residents who have been displaced I got a lot of things that out last night but we still have a big team out there today clearing out things I think they're finding more and more there's been so many people that have combined you need to keep it or stay in my home the gal I have nothing I have nothing to happen close I have United in lander says recovery operations could last throughout the week the red cross and the Mississippi emergency management agency our system residents in finding shelter and essentials for NPR news I'm Kobe dance in Jackson Mississippi there were storm deaths in South Carolina Georgia and North Carolina H. and P. R. California governor Gavin Newsom is allocating forty two million dollars to shore up the state's foster care system during the pandemic and beers Liz Baker reports foster families will receive additional payments of two hundred dollars a month Newsom's announcement comes as the state enters week four of a stay at home order that has slowed the spread of coronavirus in California but has also kept at risk kids out of school and away from support networks and mandatory reporters of child abuse of those referrals are down those in home visits are down as a consequence of the virus but what not what is not down as our garden our commitment and resolve the funding also extends eligibility for the nearly two hundred foster youths each month who would otherwise age out of the program allowing them to keep current living arrangements and food security in the midst of the global pandemic Liz Baker and your news Los Angeles North Korea has test fired several missiles from its east coast today this is the fifth such a test launches so far this year it comes a day ahead of a north Korean national holiday marking the birth of the country's founder Kim il sung it also comes a day ahead of national elections in South Korea the United Nations is releasing two and a half million dollars for emergency aid to help people in the Pacific nation of Vanuatu some of the nation's biggest islands were struck by a deadly powerful cyclone April sixth destroying hundreds of homes schools and businesses the U. N. reports more than two dozen people have been killed survivors on the island urgently need shelter food water and medicine I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include I drive maker of remote PC providing remote access.
Marriott says new data breach affects 5.2 million guests
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the corona virus hits home soccer Madani has this Cuomo says the virus doesn't care if you were rich or famous it is the great equalizer case in point my brother Chris is positive for corona virus CNN host Chris Cuomo governor Cuomo says his brother whom he calls his best friend will be fine but there was an issue two weeks ago when eighty eight year old Matilda Cuomo visited her younger son's house which the governor called a bad idea and he said no no no mom is strongly she wants to be at the house I feel bad she's cooped up in the apartment I think yeah I feel but she scooped up in the apartment too but again urged everybody to look out for the most vulnerable like the elderly it's my family it's your family it's all of our families Sager make ani
CNN's Cuomo says he has coronavirus, has shown symptoms
"As the corona virus pandemic ravages New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he's hit his own family Cuomo says the virus doesn't care if you were rich or famous it is the great equalizer case in point my brother Chris is positive for corona virus CNN host Chris Cuomo governor Cuomo says his brother whom he calls his best friend will be fine but there was an issue two weeks ago when eighty eight year old Matilda Cuomo visited her younger son's house which the governor called a bad idea and he said no no no mom is wrongly she wants to be at the house I feel bad she's cooped up in the apartment I think yeah I feel but she's cooked up in the apartment too but again urged everybody to look out for the most vulnerable like the elderly it's my family it's your family it's all of our families Sager make ani Washington
Coronavirus in the U.S. - What lessons can we learn from Israel?
"Rosenberg is a senior writer for tablet magazine. He's covered elections and multiple countries interviewed. White House officials taken on Cyber Nazis. He's also a regular speaker and commentator on contemporary anti-semitism both online and off but he's also got a softer side for the last five years. He's been composing an original album of chabad melodies. He joins us now from his home in New York where like the rest of us he sheltering in place. Yeah you're welcome to the people of the pod. Good to be here. So let's talk about the hard news. I we are sheltering in place. What lessons can we learn from Israel right now that we should perhaps be applying here in the United States that we aren't doing so now yeah I mean I think that in general if trump look to people who he sees as his sort of political kindred spirits and other countries she would learn a lot about what should be done you know? Britain is doing a complete full lockdown. They're enforcing it with the police Israel today as you know when it through a similar sort of situation where they're basically shuttering all of the non essential things and people have to stay inside and there's limits to how you can go out and all of that and this is draconian and it's hard but if you do it quickly and you do it for a certain period of time. Then you hopefully really mitigate the impact of the virus on your healthcare system and then it can be at manageable levels going forward and then we have time to develop all sorts of mitigation strategies. Stuff that trump wants right. Whether it's you know anti medications that we discover a ten health which we already have or working on a vaccine or figuring out which places in our country we can open. Because it's not as bad but all of these things ramping testing. You just need to buy yourself time to do those things. The stimulus package will help. Don't you think or no? Yeah and there are better and worse versus of a stimulus package. And that's what's congress debating but one of the ways you make sure that you can get through. A lockdown is by supporting businesses in the workers that are being forced by the government. And by this pathogen. Not through any fault of their own. It's not like the banks best over people and then suddenly find themselves in a bad situation. These are people who no fault of their own are getting messed over economically so you want the government to step in and tie them over during that time so that way. They can come back strong when ready to reopen the economy. So that makes sense. So how do you think that the differences of opinion about how to handle this are going to affect the upcoming elections? Do you think it will play a role at all? Oh I mean I have no idea you know this from covering Isreaeli politics but anyone who makes predictions about these things is asking to look like a fool in two months time. Who would have even thought that there would be a global pathogen destroying the global economy two months ago right the factors that were certain signs of it. But you know people didn't know how far it would go and so on and so forth and so I wouldn't say that. That's the deciding factor. I think that trump will obviously be judged on what happens with the vice now if the virus peters out because there are for example competing studies done by very good researchers in the United Kingdom. One of which most policy has been made on the Imperial College Study. Which shows that really suppress this virus? It's GONNA kill millions of people in various countries. Which is why policymakers have made such hard stone calls on these things. But there's another study that came out of Oxford more recently where they said. Actually we think the virus lot more contagious than people. Think and many more people haven't which means that just a Lotta people get an and nothing happens to them. And we know that they had it but also means that it will spread across the country pretty quickly quicker than we thought and a lot of people will be immune and the virus. Will Peter out on. Its own at least for a little bit until we get another wave. Immunity wears off right well to be sure. Asian Americans are suffering the brunt of the prejudice. The blame the cruelty out there having to do with the spread of the virus but there are also a fair share of conspiracy theories bubbling up out. There that no surprise. Blame the Jews. I'm curious what you've seen out there since you monitor this kind of stuff. What have you seen that maybe does surprise you or at least shocks you. And how do you control the spread of that virus? Yeah so you've got to sort of antisemitic. Responses to the virus. One of them is what I always called the goebbels gap which is the amount of time between something terrible happening in the world and someone got away to blame the Jews for it. So that's discussing. Which is that there are people out there. In the conspiracy fever swamps to talk about this being sort of most odd thing or you know Israel operated thing and also other conspiracy theories putting other shadowy actress. So that's out there. And then there's another brand. Which is the sort that just celebrates when Jews die from it and specifically Israelis under the cover that anti Zionism makes it okay to celebrate when random people die right and so you had people after his run out this first corona virus death on social media? This was actually not a small tiny people. It was a lot of people tweeting horrific nasty things like. Let's go when they you know. Israel HAS FIRST CORONA VIRUS DEATH. And of course it comes out of course that it's an eighty eight year old. I think he was. He was eighty years old. The Holocaust survivor. You know wonderful. Lovely amazing human being and a lot of those people ended up looking particularly that of course. If this person was a truck driver it would just as evil right tonight to celebrate that person's death simply because of their nationality right so that's another way that certain people have exposed themselves right in response to the corona virus. And so you know you see both of those things. They haven't been super prominent. I think that one of the things that occur rotavirus world does is that it's sort of overwhelms everything else. So it's one thing if there's a terrorist attack in France and it doesn't affect the vast majority of people in the entire world so there's lots of people around the world who as their pastime could speculate which sadly conspiracy or Jews were behind it. But when like you're actually being actively threatened by the virus you have other things on your mind. You don't have as much time to get into super conspiracy theorizing of course after disasters. That's when people start finding trying to find people to blame and the Jews are always on that list right so that's actually sometimes when you worry
"eighty eight year" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Eighty eight year is live with the fact that she was the one at age eleven brought home flew to her mother's name Leah for which I have named when her mother had just delivered and her mother was succumbed to the great nineteen eighteen flu she never forgot that she was the child that was in schools that innocently bought that flew home this is why we keep saying to every American you have a role to protect each and every person that you interact with we have a role to protect one another it's why we're social distancing your social justice said Dr Debra birch the coordinator of the White House coronavirus task force with a personal plea for Americans to practice safe social distancing let's bring in our guest Dr dean Hart is an expert in microbiology in a published author on the transmission of viruses and diseases Dr Hart thank you for joining us here on America's first news we appreciate it a good to be with you what is what what's doctor heart tells what's so complicated about this particular corona virus and why we're kind of working through this in real time okay you'll see the word novel sometimes describing it what happened was I don't know where some virus jumped the one not it could affect it jumped from an animal that was being eaten properly to the human species and we have no immunity to it Aquilina tests for it yeah all right so take us through the process of not only the testing but what the health care workers are going through on the front line as they try to identify cases doctor heart I've heard locally that one hospital official said yes no doubt that person has the flu that turned out it was somebody with corona virus that hospital official also saying we have a hospital full of twenty year olds without a covert nineteen here what what help us out doctor heart okay the twenty year olds typically do not get a very bad life threatening conditions typically they get something of that resolves but the twenty year old brings it to mom and dad and a fifty year old there is a high death rate compared to anything like the flu you can compare it now usually doctors are very good at diagnosing diseases just are the symptoms but if the diagnosis versus the flu yeah you'll you'll you'll get tripped up because it has certain properties a little slow but this thing is so much more contagious three times more contagious with the flu something like that we don't really have the numbers is so novel it's so new that we don't have the immunity and we don't have the numbers to tell us all the answers to these great questions we need the tax I've heard vice president pence but the battle is going to have hundreds of thousands where that's the wrong number in New York state we've got the worst case in the epicenter and in New York and it just isn't the ability to test people see a guessing if they have coronavirus and it is just not the way to isolate the germ social distancing is a poor option compared with the testing we billion tests that's not a hundred thousand so what's the what's the hold up by South Korea being credited for its the lockdown and a nationwide testing why can't we do it here in the U. S. well South Korea had a huge jump on it because they had sars float around in twenty fifteen the geared up for it and they never do I'm geared.
Miami - Coronavirus Testing Site At Hard Rock Stadium Opens
"Street as of last night Florida has one thousand cases of coronavirus thirteen deaths one in Palm Beach county of an eighty eight year old man Florida's closing the state's nearly two hundred state parks and trails effective today yesterday boat ramps and marinas were closed governor Sanders will be in Miami Dade today for the opening of a huge drive through testing site at hard rock stadium for seniors sixty five and
"eighty eight year" Discussed on The Big 98
"Eighty eight years old today today in country music history Johnny Cash was born on this day in nineteen thirty two this day in all right Lee Brice hard to love here Bobby bones show things in sometimes I drink too much sometimes sure and I couldn't do it in a system where you stood thank you you may say there's monsters just because even there's once you stay scenes a day saying Hey just because I about thirty minutes or so Adam the kid tattoo artist to the stars and also to me MHM.
Hall of Fame coach Morgan Wooten dies at 88
"All Washington sports legend has died Morgan Wootten who coached high it's filled to map the high school to five national championships in a forty six year career passed away at his home surrounded by his family last night one was inducted into the basketball hall of fame back in two thousand and he ended his induction speech with this poem god he never does forget and in his hall of fame just by believing in his son inscribed you'll find your name my belief in prayers one day all of us will be and that all that really counts the one up in the sky god bless you Morgan Wootten was eighty eight years
"eighty eight year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Her personal safety Hey feel like somebody's trying to start the Holocaust again it is scary and I don't want that to happen I want us to live in peace the FBI and local law enforcement are still looking into what motivated Saturdays attacker your governor Andrew Cuomo has called the stabbing an act of domestic terrorism as long as your news New York police say congregants returned fire on Sunday when a gun man began shooting in a church near fort worth Texas the gunman killed two people before he was shot and killed it's not clear if the two who were killed were also the ones who fired at the gunman the shooting occurred during services at west freeway church of Christ in the town of white settlement US forces in Iraq carried out several raids against an Iranian backed militia group in Iraq and eastern Syria on Sunday strikes were successful the pilot sing and aircraft returned back to base safely that's defense secretary mark esper who says the attacks were in response to a rocket attack on Friday that killed a U. S. contractor and wounded several troops Iran meanwhile has condemned the US attacks journalist Fred Graham has died from complications due to Parkinson's disease he was eighty eight years old is NPR's David full conflict reports ground cover the Supreme Court for The New York Times and for CBS Fred Graham was born in little rock Arkansas and was educated in Texarkana national at Yale University before serving in the marine corps Graham one city got bitten by the reporting bugs a freelancer.
"eighty eight year" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Was he was quivering in yeah it was while she didn't she well we are hugging I want to go hold her hand she pulled her hand which was I know you don't like that I go that's for the radio you're not burning heater are you to the email as well and hold my hand she goes are you sure and I guide figure locker she just turning to you I interlocked fingers with her I brought her close to me and then she told me that eighty eight year old mother listens to the show and she's a big fan so you know three out of seven two seven five seven I wanted to five is our number so thank you for sharing that moment you know we did not bring up on the year that we were talking about just before the show was Hoppin John yeah yeah Hoppin John I don't know if that's a I don't know if that's a hot commodity that shows up on a lot of thanksgiving tables it's just a canned food that I'm not necessarily familiar with I don't know if it's ever been on my my table I think Hoppin John is what no court in line to be the suck attach form I'm gonna live grades made it well see I don't think that it's like I don't think that that defined sucky Tash well I think it does not know literally I think that that suck attached is kind of whatever you make it that's not I think Lima beans and corn are key and everything other than that that's up to you you're getting second test confuse no hodgepodge Norma what's Hodge podge just anything you want thrown into a ball so what you take everything out of your fridge throw the ball that's hotch potch hodgepodge that's ridiculous I know my mom used to makes robot fell on Thursday night for dinner and sort of ought fell is left over spelled backwards will be the leftover crap that we had for Monday Tuesday and Wednesday night all served to us and she like where have X. robot fell tonight that's the kind of childhood I had that's a good one it just so just to be clear here suck attach the culinary dish consisting primarily of sweet corn in Lima beans yeah that's what we said no no no no no she try to say there was tomatoes their photo yet others not they're there they'll do that you missed misspoke there no tomatoes and such my mom makes sense that makes them with me well I don't want others good name and I do she's making such a touch raw how backed up and John I want to say there's a bean of some sort I feel like there's a lagoon in Hoppin John somewhere there's also am I right okay I got a classic recipe and I hold on a minute get one but get this up even on maybe of the kidney variety so wait IBM I suck it beaten it's not a black guy black eyed peas yeah that's technically not illusion Prag I don't I was like the worst it's ever black eyed peas and rice let's get it started at rice there's ricin up at Josh hopped onion sliced bacon they cut bacon right on the I think that guy's got food force from the Italian street eatery truck right there no I bet he does you think so that he's got so boozy on the back there it's got the Mona Lisa and says so boozy hash tag Williams brothers cucina these guys gonna post up and sell it I'll buy it I don't care the the fact we got accident eleven autos is really for filling my soul is that so great we would have had it but not as if they didn't get the date wrong it's almost food karma did indeed speaking something else can I can I give you an announcement about our other toy drive that just happened while we're on the air the somebody is locked in for our daughter yeah December thirteenth December thirteenth from ten AM until for the first time I believe for the first time appearing at drew states Christmas in the ten o'clock hour will be welcoming a former Tampa Bay buccaneer and all around legend a great guy this a Jackson doesn't work on that for awhile and I'm going to this place cask this evening actually get maybe I'll see if I have is there great job on that I don't even really really working that hard and and he's never been to a toy Jeff are still very cool props to you for for getting that done thank you very much yes well that we're all set for for December thirteenth that the other Walmart and we're all set for today a fun day of collecting food and I guess we should find some stuff to talk about as well look at the email that you sent me we'll talk about topics of what now what time would you guys like to do our our draft of thanksgiving dishes thirty or four thirty I would say that would be my those be my picks I feel like three thirties good okay now you ask me by tax if I talked yesterday about the woman in Utah who faces sex offender charges because of something that happened in our own house I talk about it later the show yesterday but the connection that we have is so bizarre because as you texted me that I was typing it onto the show email as to something to revisit today I don't necessarily understand it but because it when you when you see the term mother you feel like everything I mean you yeah so you're so.
Elizabeth Wettlaufer Pt. 1
"At a nursing home in the small city of Woodstock Canada eighty eight year old dementia patient Claw Tilda Adriano was resting in bed it was an early summer evening in two thousand seven clotilde looked up to see the night nurse arrive with her medical cart the nurse was an overweight woman with small classes she greeted Clotilde enthusiastically clean before removing a needle from its packaging she said with a smile the doctor wants you to have vitamin shot clotilde side and held out her arm she'd been caressing care since March and was used to being poked and prodded she looked away as the nurse jabbed the needle in Dan if clotilde hadn't averted her is she might have noticed the nurses odd expression she was still smiling slightly yet her is for coldly curious as she inserted the needle into Kotil does vein all done the nurse cheerfully exclaimed she packed up her things things and left claw tilda watched her go unnerved but not entirely sure why a few hours later Clo- TILDA began to weaken she became cold and clammy another nurse entered for a routine check a notice clotilde symptoms because of Clotilde clotilde history of diabetes the nurse hurry to treat her for low blood sugar though neither knew it the vitamin shot the nurse had given her was actually a large dose of insulin in a diabetic like claw Tilda it could have been fatal luckily clotilde survived the incident but unfortunately for the many victims that would come after her she forgot all about the cheerful nurse that had visited her earlier heard that evening hi I'm Greg Paulson this is serial killers apart cast original every Monday we dive into the minds and madness of serial serial killers. I'm here with my co host Vanessa Richardson Hi everyone you can find episodes of serial killers and all other podcast originals for free on spotify by or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream serial killers for free on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar today we're going to examine the early life of the lethal Canadian nurse Elizabeth wetl offer at podcast were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love love let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at park last network and if you enjoy today's episode the the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening it really does help between two thousand seven and two thousand sixteen Elizabeth Abyss wet law for killed eight elderly residents of the long term care home where she worked as a nurse making her one of the most prolific killers lers in Canadian history this week will cover Elizabeth's religious upbringing and conflicted sexuality will explore Howard troubles led to depression I'm an anchor issues we'll also touch on how these issues caused her to begin harming those two helpless to fend for themselves next week we'll die further into Elizabeth's quiet killing spree which went undetected until she confessed it herself. Elizabeth May Parker was born on June tenth nineteen sixty seven to Doug and Hazel Parker in Woodstock Doc Antero Elizabeth nicknamed Beth was their second child and had one brother three years her senior the Parker family was extremely religious Doug and elder at the local Baptist Church was strict and demanding he required a submissive wife and children who adhered to the Church's teachings neighbor saw the parkers as the perfect leave it to beaver family despite a rigid upbringing Elizabeth loved the Church and was close to her family but when she hit adolescence her faith in Church doctrine was tested she realized she was attracted to women Duggan Hazel believe being gay was a sin bow there's little information on Elizabeth's formative years likely didn't welcome Elizabeth Sexuality than saw it there's an intrusion into their perfect family Elizabeth kept this side of herself secret for as long as possible it's very likely that her rejection up her own sexual identity caused her a great deal of guilt and self loathing throughout her childhood Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology psychology here and throughout the episode please note that is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for the show thanks Greg According to psychiatric author and Professor Jack Drescher those who are unable to acknowledge their sexual identity often attempt to dissociate associate those feelings from themselves they consider these feelings unacceptable and therefore hide that part of themselves from the persona they present to the world this negatively impacts their self esteem and makes it difficult to see themselves in their entirety by refusing to identify herself as Lesbian Elizabeth was unable to develop an understanding of who she was Elizabeth's insecurities were only exacerbated at school where she was shy shy awkward and overweight her childhood neighbor Glenn Hart said but she was often the odd kid out Elizabeth tried to combat this sense of isolation by participating in a number of extracurricular activities when she got to Huron Park Secondary school she played field hockey and joined joined the band as a trombone EST but despite her best efforts it seemed Elizabeth still struggled with fitting in in one thousand nine hundred eighty six nineteen year-old Elizabeth wrote a poem that was published in her high school yearbook align read each person's tune changes as he or she grows older but it's all the same and inevitably pointless this could be read as Elizabeth expressing her own fears about her future where she'd have to continue continue suppressing the side of her identity she was ashamed of
Today's Famous Birthdays
"The wife of the king of the cowboys have more Roger she died February seventh two thousand ten celebrating a birthday today born in nineteen twenty seven league grant cashmere award winning actress for shampoo where she played Felicia Emmy Award winning actress for Peyton place where she played Stella great actress by the way turning eighty nine Michael Collins NASA astronaut Apollo eleven command module pilot on the first moon landing mission he remained in lunar orbit while Armstrong and Aldrin walked on the lunar surface turning eighty eight years old today Dan urban rather award winning news correspondent CBS evening news as a great show on access TV yeah it's good to great great yeah yeah it's great show as matter of fact this past week usually talk to this late last week I forget anyway we'll get to that coming up born in nineteen thirty six you know better is Michael Landon actor from bonanza highway to heaven good teenage I was a teenage were with one of my favorite horror movies of all time little house on the prairie he died July first nineteen ninety one twenty seventy five right here in Texas kinky Friedman singer bandleader taxes you boys gives a great great individual turning seventy two Marlena from days of our lives Deidre hall is seventy two years old John candy would have had a birthday today he died March fourth nineteen ninety four turning sixty nine years old and I spent every Sunday morning with her Jane Polly TV host of the CBS Sunday morning news also married to Gary Trudeau the guy who brought his Doonesbury turning fifty three at a more of a singer guitarist Beastie Boys center play or play right Israel or leads and believe it or not he's fifty two years old today look what a DJ Robert van Winkle we know better is vanilla ice is fifty two years
"eighty eight year" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The date hi. because it was a small restaurant I the eighty eighty eight years hard to catch yeah. Eddie hang in there for a whole conversation our whole. it really did. because we know immediately it's like I don't want to. rent a brother talked to you know why we should turn this person. exactly I mean it it was it would be too much to go and all. but we did do that wants to someone derailleur but. makes one leave. yeah but that was something completely different this is why you have to be on the phone at each other before you just randomly decide to get together without doing any of that yeah. okay so this is a study of Donna okay what I meant was that just because it is sex related okay and while this is in a fun topic for most guys to discuss erectile dysfunction is real it happens and it's treatable. okay yeah but a new international study across eight countries headlines that erectile dysfunction is associated with problems on the job and an overall decline in quality of life it people will stay home from work they'll be sick more often depressed with more than fifty two thousand men from Brazil China Italy the U. S. United Kingdom France Germany they were all between forty and seventy years old and have forty nine percent of them dealt with erectile dysfunction with Italy having fifty five percent and it was self reported you know we're just talking about it and it just they had a higher when they miss more work they are. just had a poor quality of life not feeling so good about themselves so it is like the number one health thing happens for guy it will really affect them they're so used to there why not have a. hello yeah they're they're used yeah yeah they're used to not having that and so anyway this was published in the international journal of clinical practice I bet it would make you feel suddenly Blake really old and is this all in all it will lessen masculine where. it just gives people are lower overall physical and mental quality of life that you don't feel as good about your life because you're having a problem with the part of your life that you've always taken for granted always work for you women have always had to work harder for sexual satisfaction guys to scan it was Adam mac yeah I mean you have more of a can be a physiological but what if something physiologically is going on with you that you got to take care of so anyway I just thought you know it seems like a study of job but. there it Israel Israel okay listen we come back it's our favorite headline of the day. the week Saturday.
"eighty eight year" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Accusing Democrats of politicizing the growing controversy over a whistle blower complaint opening the Senate McConnell called a sensitive matter and said it should be handled by the Senate and house intelligence committees behind closed doors arguing investigation should be based on facts and not on leaks to the press the issue involves a July phone call between the president and the president of Ukraine. the president on the road today he's hanging out in New York day two of his three day John to the Big Apple for the U. N. General Assembly he'll give an address to that body later this morning ABC's Karen Travers is there president trump will address the United Nations General Assembly this morning here in New York the White House has not provided many details of the speech for the president says a Ron will be a key focus the president said Monday that a lot more is happening with respect to run the people realize perhaps a tease of something in his speech Mr trouble also sit down today with the British prime minister and the prime minister of India Karen Travers ABC news traveling with the president in New York from New York we had to Dallas that's where a jury has been seated and is starting to hear evidence in the case of a former police officer who admits to shooting a man in his own apartment A. B. C.'s Jim Ryan is there too he tells us about the start of the amber Geiger trial attorney for amber Geiger insists the shooting of both John was a tragic but innocent mistake made by an exhausted off duty cop who walked into a darkened apartment she thought was hers she reacts like any police officer what a confronting burglary suspect she pulled her gun and fired the prosecution work to put a face on both I'm John calling his sister Alyssa Charles friendly to the stamped her brother's number is still in her phone I've called sometimes just to see if your answer so I haven't accepted it as yet Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas. one level getting a chance to say a final goodbye to humana co founder David Jones senior hundreds celebrating his life at the visitation at the parklands of Floyd's for work yesterday the visitation at the games foundation allow large included family friend she made employees members of the business community and state political leaders the funeral for the eighty eight year old is private. and at Lockheed Martin said to build at least six space shuttles as NASA works to meet the president's goal of returning man to the moon Lockheed Martin announcing its one of four point six billion with a B. dollar contract to build the shuttles NASA says the first three shuttles receive some Lockheed Martin will make up its fleet for the Artemis program that puts man back on the moon by twenty twenty four. your next news update coming at eight I'm will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS.
Toni Morrison, Pulitzer Prize And Oprah Winfrey discussed on Dave Ramsey
"Award winning author Toni Morrison has died Morrison considered among the world's great authors Morrison won the Pulitzer Prize and the American book award in nineteen eighty eight for her novel beloved which was adapted for film in nineteen ninety eight starring Oprah Winfrey in nineteen ninety three Morrison was awarded the the Nobel Prize in literature and in a twenty nineteen documentary the pieces I am she talked about her writing first thing I had to do was to eliminate the white daisies Jimmy Baldoni Saqqaq about that the little white man this is unusual and here you're free now I own the world I mean I can write about anything Morrison was eighty eight years
"eighty eight year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On some one on one help somebody I think that a lot of Hong Kong people she says are worried that in ten years the one country two systems model will be a one country one system and that will lose our rule of law in freedom of assembly she says we're not challenging the one country we want to preserve the two systems part of that and we're not putting Hong Kong on the road to no return she says it's Kerry lambs government who did that of is is Beijing saying anything at this point yes are they ever the Chinese are getting pointedly accusatory as these protests persists and take trade tensions with United States drag on Beijing is blaming the United States for the turmoil in Hong Kong and has escalated those statements in recent weeks Beijing has spoken of a foreign hand in Hong Kong before but not this pointedly Dylan carving and pure Southeast Asia correspondent covering the ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong Julie we appreciate it thank you one of the last surviving leaders of Cambodia's murders compare rooms has died at the age of ninety three he had been serving a sentence of life in prison Michael Sullivan reports from neighboring Thailand noon geo was known as brother number two second only to compare Rouge leader Pol Pot in the hierarchy of the regime that ruled the country from nineteen seventy five to nineteen seventy nine during that time an estimated one point seven to two million people roughly a quarter of the population died from starvation disease overwork or murder known cheer was believed to be the ideologue of the group after the Khmer Rouge fell he lived quietly for years and a former compare rue stronghold near the Thai border and consistently denied that the Khmer Rouge were bad people or done anything wrong but he was finally arrested in two thousand seven after the establishment of the joint Cambodian United Nations tribunal created to try the most senior members of the Camaro Rouge and in two thousand fourteen he was sentenced to life here's the judge speaking through an interpreter the soon still articles five twenty nine at new and thirty nine new of the ECCC role the trial chamber finds the appeals known cheer guilty of the crimes against humanity of extermination in compositing murder political persecution and other inhumane and X. Q. some palm the former regime's head of state was convicted along side known chia in November two thousand eighteen both men were also convicted of genocide the two were the only senior leaders to answer in court for their crimes to other senior defendants died during the course of the trial which drew criticism for its slow pace bloated budget and alleged political interference the only other conviction came in a separate trial for the infamous prison commander known as Deutsche who served under known gaea he was also sentenced to life imprisonment eighty eight year old Q. some pun remains in prison these days people go to great lengths to shed stress size Asian I don't things considered we offer our own type of healing invigorating stories that span the rainbow of nourish your mind an escape from the board weekdays on All Things Considered W. NYC supporters include the New York City DO tees off.
"eighty eight year" Discussed on KCRW
"Some commuters said it was just too disruptive others are said to have my office can wait but my freedoms cannot mom they said they supported the productivity said they supported the protesters but this afternoon we saw a serious deterioration here we are getting reports that belief police have used tear grass at rallies across Hong Kong Kowloon and the new territories police say that they wanted to disperse the crowd they had been blocking roads vandalizing buildings including the government complex just below where I am sitting I heard at the protesters earlier I look and see and it appears now that they have been completely cleared away and there were tens of thousands of them well so let's talk about the heart of these protests I mean it the demonstrations are entering week nine of and and and the whole question of four protesters is what's the line when it comes to China's influence over mainland China's influence over over Hong Kong can you talk about the the a fax of these demonstrations I mean what have they changed well you know what's changed is the atmosphere here Rachel they've gotten it's gotten much more charged and emotionally inflamed and both sides have become much more entrenched in their positions the protesters are escalating their actions their barricading roads are setting fires they're hurling bricks it used to be eggs I had police stations and police are responding with canister after canister of tear gas it's intensifying but the demonstrators demands remain the same full withdrawal of this controversial extradition bill a public inquiry into alleged police abuse amnesty for all the protesters under arrest in universal suffrage they want to elect not to have Beijing appoint their own local officials so a local official they're being care land the chief executive of Hong Kong and today she condemned what she described as escalating violence what's been the effect of that has not being received well wasn't received very well it was the first time in two weeks that she briefed the media and she came out with the bottom line that really grates here she said these were indiscriminate disruptions in that they were challenging the one country two systems formula of government of Hong Kong and and putting it quote on a road to no return read a chance was a rally gore today and said look a general strike as non violent to do to demonstrate solidarity and she also said she respects the one country two systems model of governing Hong Kong however she says the freedoms meant to be protected in the two systems part of that equation are shrinking here she is going on some horrible how softly I think that a lot of Hong Kong people she says are worried that in ten years the one country two systems model will be a one country one system and that will lose our rule of law in freedom of assembly she says we're not challenging the one country we want to preserve the two systems part of that and we're not putting Hong Kong on the road to no return she says it's Kerry lambs government who did that of is is Beijing saying anything at this point yes are they ever the Chinese are getting pointedly accusatory as these protests persists and take trade tensions with United States drag on Beijing is blaming the United States for the turmoil in Hong Kong and has escalated those statements in recent weeks Beijing has spoken of a foreign hand in Hong Kong before but not this pointedly do them Carthy and peer Southeast Asia correspondent covering the ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong Julie we appreciate it thank you one of the last surviving leaders of Cambodia's murderous Camaro Bruce has died at the age of ninety three he had been serving a sentence of life in prison Michael Sullivan reports from neighboring Thailand noon geo was known as brother number two second only to compare Rouge leader Pol Pot in the hierarchy of the regime that ruled the country from nineteen seventy five to nineteen seventy nine during that time an estimated one point seven to two million people roughly a quarter of the population died from starvation disease overwork or murder known cheer was believed to be the ideologue of the group after the Khmer Rouge fell he lived quietly for years and a former compare rue stronghold near the Thai border and consistently denied that the Khmer Rouge were bad people or done anything wrong but he was finally arrested in two thousand seven after the establishment of the joint Cambodian United Nations tribunal created to try the most senior members of the Camaro Rouge and in two thousand fourteen he was sentenced to life here's the judge speaking through an interpreter the soon still articles five twenty nine at new and city nine new of the ECCC role the trial chamber finds the appeals known cheer guilty of the crimes against humanity of extermination in compositing murder political persecution and other inhumane acts Q. some palm the former regime's head of state was convicted along side known chia in November two thousand eighteen both men were also convicted of genocide the two were the only senior leaders to answer in court for their crimes to other senior defendants died during the course of the trial which drew criticism for its slow pace bloated budget and alleged political interference the only other conviction came in a separate trial for the infamous prison commander known as Deutsche who served under known gaea he was also sentenced to life imprisonment eighty eight year old Q. some pun remains in prison this is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition on Sunday in el Paso mourners struggled to find solace there's no doubt that would happen yesterday was a storm in this life what took place was tragic and it was dark just ahead more on how that community is dealing with the mass shooting they claimed twenty lives that's coming up on morning edition here on KCRW Hey what's going on it's Anthony valid as if you don't have plans then come hang out with us it's 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C. R. W. H. Q. at our new digs in Santa Monica live and direct in onstage we've got the.
Lunar eclipse on 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 launch
"Fifty years ago today the historic flight to the moon began blasting off from the Kennedy Space Center NASA inviting a surviving Apollo eleven crew member to recount the experience from the launch pad as the moment came when Apollo eleven launched a half a century ago sitting comfortably at the base of the launch pad Michael Collins now eighty eight years old recalled staying in lunar orbit by himself as his colleagues walked the mood perfectly enjoyable I had a hot coffee I had music if I wanted to go to command module Columbia and had every facility that I needed and it was plenty big and I really enjoyed my time by myself instead of being terribly wrongly Collins lunar orbit brought him to the far a dark side of the moon where he was totally cut off from mission control and been brown
"eighty eight year" Discussed on WTVN
"That's the line we were looking for answered prayers a lot of some of those are in service some of them go unanswered and if you want to weigh in on this there's a couple different ways to do it this afternoon we'd love to hear from you I become a member of our what matters of many makayla Facebook group it's really easy just go and search it on Facebook weren't asking the question there about prayers and you're inserting insert press one or give us a call six one four eight two one WTVN eight two one nine eight eight six probably confused our listeners for a second like wait my listen in ninety two point three or medicine a six ten WTVN but there was a reason we did that we wanted to hear that on answered prayers the reason that we are talking about this today does the power of prayer work and we asked this question on our Facebook group page my and all of you believe in the power of prayer everyone who commented have their own reasons and different examples of how prayer really worked in their life and the reason why we brought this up as you may know and if you're if you've followed us on when we used to work at TV news I announced before I ended my career channel for that my mom was going through was recently diagnosed with the sar coma it was basically a lump on her left arm and I was about four years ago well she is re diagnosed again this so this is for the fifth time now it is gone to the point that she's had surgery after surgery after surgery she's eighty eight years old so if I'm blatantly honest and open with you which I always have been in my career with all of our viewers and our listeners I would say that this is exactly what she's going through an eighty eight years old she has a choice the choice is amputation because they cannot do surgery anymore it's obviously not working and there's not enough skin leftover because last time they had to make a graph from her leg and bring it over to her arm so she has to either amputate her arm at eighty eight years old or take a chemo pill for the rest of her life so I ask you if you have been through this or if you know anyone who has had kind of a similar situation did the chemo pill work because honestly makayla I am a big believer of mom take your arm off because you are I am because you have two arms mom I have one mom and in my humble opinion that would be the best way the best chance at removing the cancer at eighty eight years old my mom says no way I am not taking my arm off well think about how hard it would be to part with one of your arms eighty eight years old I mean I get where she is coming from by she takes the chemo Pell let me ask you this what our doctor saying about her taking the chemo pill every day for the rest of her life if that will really stop the cancer so it's never gonna take can't turn away the hope is to keep it at bay to basically control it so you know you hear chemo and everything that goes with it her main thing was at eighty eight years old you know what her number one concern is you know my mom I do what do you think her number one concern was I mean that would be hard to guess because I don't know her deeply but what that would mean for like she is going to be a burden on anyone else is what I would love to know as her number one concern was I don't lose my hair she's a woman I mean but there you go he loves right yeah and and the you know what that one of the symptoms of this it would be her here will not be lost but it will turn white and she's not supposed to have nausea and he hasn't so far she's been on this came a bill for gray hair she does a great here but I'm sure like white that's kind of a stunning thing people who have like white silver hair sunny yeah so anyway she's she's she decided it was a really nice guy yeah he decided to try the chemo pill if it doesn't work she may consider imputation so I'm just curious what our listeners have you gone through anything similar like this this is a very tough decision for us most of the people the family take the arm for mom no way that's our last resort so when you told me this I I have prayed for your mom about this and thank you you guys praying as she was trying to make the decision I take it you were yeah and so when she made it are you comfortable with the decision that she's making given that you've been praying about it it's her life okay and she is the most active eighty eight year old seriously and my sister and I were there we've gone through almost every time together to the James back and forth with every appointment that she's had and we know how active she is the main thing we did not want is to have her mom's quality of life changed because she is so active and so far I think I've noticed she's she is definitely more tired and her voice is a little more horse but we we just have to we are just have to figure out if it's if it's going to work or not but she I can understand her wanting to hold on her arm she said if I was in my twenties or thirties I take my arm because I could learn to do something more with one arm but it eighty eight that's a tough pill to swallow so to speak it is and you know it yeah no pun intended there mark is on the line marked even opinion about this yeah my day at the year prostrate cancer and he tried to keep okay for a works for about two years and then it got to the point where I wouldn't walk and then you have to go on that back to you now but he really didn't suffer any side effects from the payroll camp is fair and that are really after or issues with it your gift walk for a couple years he passed away at the end of January at eighty three so he was glad that he made that decision to try the came out here and you're okay with that too yeah he gave me a couple more years and sometimes that's what you're looking for mark rain yeah there's a quality of life when they're able to do it that's what you're looking for you know mark what what type of cancer did you say he had he did have prostate and I know every chemo pill is different because it targets different areas yeah in in I guess we're just gonna have to wait and see but I really appreciate you opening up and calling and and giving your opinion because that's what I was looking for I just want to know and I know my mom's listening right now mark yes thank you so early Muslims think is she kind of was curious of what other people have gone through what they would do with that Debbie on the line now Debbie Debbie working what matters yeah that yes I.
"eighty eight year" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Eighty eight years old today. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Giles Snyder. Attorney general William bars facing a deadline at this hour to provide the House Judiciary committee with the full unredacted version of special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia report, along with some underlying materials NPR's mile park, miles park says the committee's chairman democrat Jerry Nadler of New York is threatening to hold bar in contempt of congress. If he doesn't comply in a letter on Friday Nadler wrote that it's committee is prepared to make quote every realistic effort to reach an accommodation with the Justice department House Democrats one bar to comply with a subpoena to turn over the entire molar report. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders responded to the letter by saying that at some point Democrats need to realize their attacks on President Trump are quote, not working and move on top scientists from around the world warning that human activity is putting more than one million species of plants and animals at risk of extinction. They've been meeting in Paris. And released. A report today backed by the United Nations and endorsed by one hundred thirty countries, including the United States. It's being called the largest comprehensive study into the impact of modern civilization on nature. Boeing says it did not notify airlines pilots at a safety alert on at seven thirty seven. Max jets was not working properly until after last year's crash of Maxine and Indonesia NPR's while saluis reports in a news release Sunday Boeing said it discovered in.
"eighty eight year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"To be in the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition in a mo-. What did she have? She Burkina a he job and a burkini. This is crazy. And I agree with them e went nuts on it yesterday. And I totally agree with them. Will you might you might be Greco? You might disagree with me on it. We'll get into it in just a second here. Yeah. Well, I wanna talk about that. And also got today in history. We'll get around to here in just a minute. Got a few things worthy of mentioned that happened on the May Day. And that's what today is. And we'll do some may pole dancing here in a few minutes dance around the maypole and what else? Do we have we got another democrat candidate? And I'm not making this up. This guy is he's a former Senator from Alaska eighty eight years old. He would be ninety when he is. I'm voting for. Yeah. I'm going for him right now ninety and when he finishes he'd be ninety eight if he served two terms anyway, it's ten after eight and on the in the Howard miss bridge. I think we got gotta things happening out there. K long jackets a mess out there from the Howard would take his name off that bridge. I think you know, my next door neighbor used to date Howard Franklin the third or fourth or whichever one it is. Yeah, that's how come I know how spell it. Anyway. From Florida central credit union home loans traffic center, we do have an accident on the Howard Franklin bridge in the northbound direction. That's on the way to tap on. I two seventy five the right lane. The right center lane is blocked right at the hump where bumper to bumper all the way back to fourth street north here in Brandon an accident with an overturned vehicle. Westbound on Brandon boulevard a grand regency right by the mall, still blocks the left lane and a bus accident closing kitten trail in Hudson lanes are blocked near oakwood drive. This report is sponsored by discover-. Discover alert you if they find your social security number on any one of thousands of risky websites. Just another way they look after you not just your account. It's free for card members. Just sign up online at discover dot com slash free alerts. Limitations apply next traffic update at eight twenty K long radio w see traffic problems. Call the injury firm of Abraham sin in Utah traffic tip.
"eighty eight year" Discussed on KOMO
"He was eighty eight years old governor Jay Inslee will likely announce his plans to run for president on Friday. Komo's Jeff Pohjola is following the story campaign staff confirmed to come on news that Inslee will make an announcement Friday at ten AM at solar. A company in Seattle that Inslee might officially announce his candidacy for president doesn't come as much of a shock after he appeared on CBS face the nation on Sunday. It will be soon. Thank you said weeks. Not months we're coming up to another weeks. Expecting it this week. I could be as soon as Ensley decides to run his campaign will no doubt focus on the issue of climate change. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Komo news time is now four forty time to check their Harley exterior sports desk. Here's komo's art Sanders. Mariners in Goodyear Arizona facing Cleveland yesterday and cactus league play. Mariners at a five run. Second inning with the Mariners blew the five. Oh lead and lost sixty five major league players and management appear headed to early labor negotiations that talks could lead to significant economic changes in the collective bargaining agreement and possibly a new deal past the current expiration of December twenty twenty one Seahawks. Have the fewest picks in the draft this year any NFL team only four state basketball tipped off yesterday at the Tacoma dome by Saturday night, they'll be crowning champions tonight. The huskies California pre-game seven thirty tip off at eight. Art Sanders at your home of the huskies. Komo news. Coming up in three minutes. Another other check on traffic. Komo news time is now four forty one Kirkland.
"eighty eight year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Just to give you the basics real quick. Me and my fiance makeup back gross combined income a year around one hundred and five hundred ten. I took my taxes a couple of years. Actually, you're seventeen return eighteen to a woman that I probably shouldn't have and she taxes pretty badly. And as a result. I now I just did the amendment and now I owe the IRS we're thinking at least. Somewhere around forty four hundred. Currently I baby step two. We've got the credit cards paid off. All I have left is about eighteen thousand on the car in eighteen thousand on a flight. The only kind of stipulation of this IRS thing is we we don't really know. Like, we we sent amendment, but we don't really know when they're. Like semi back the quote unquote, love letter to explain like, you know, how to pay it. When did I you know how much interest in? There is going to be any kind of stuff. And I was wondering do we do we cut off pay? You have a tax professional help you with the amendment. Yes. Competent one. Yes, I'll be the one that deals and chart drivers. You know taxes on the whole per diem. Okay. And you understand that with your girlfriend? There isn't a we under the law. There's a you and her. Okay. So you can call Mary filing jointly when you're not married. So you have a tax problem now. Which of these debts are yours the car and the bike. Technically. Yes. Yes. Not technically. They're yours. I mean, th straight up if she goes away if she goes away, those Car Loans sitting there looking at you, and what do you make? I make I gross about eighty seventy eight eighty eight year gross pro gross revenue on your trucking or gross profit that you pay taxes on. While company driver. Okay. So how did you get behind on your taxes? Well. Okay. So tax. You're twenty seventeen. I had my ex living with me and her two kids until I coined three all year. Okay. Truck, our okay. All right. You're you're an employee and you make what you make you make eighty seven. Eight okay. And. The proper amount of proper amount of time. And you new eighteen on a bike and eighteen on a car thirty six thousand dollars. Okay. Well, I can tell you when your IRS Bill is due now. As soon as you mailed it in it's supposed to have a check with it, and the tax preparer could properly calculate that. There may be some adjustments on interest or penalties later, but you need forty four hundred dollars yesterday. So you have three debts forty four hundred plus penalties to the IRS eighteen in eighteen missing something. Nope. Giving money. Yeah. We got about we don't have any money, dude. There is not we have about. I'm sorry. I have about three thousand savings. Okay. I'm currently taking up about twelve every week. Good. Okay..
"eighty eight year" Discussed on KOMO
"For riders on a metro bus yesterday in Seattle. It was a scene of a shooting. Here's what we know. Police say began when one man violently shoved an eighty eight year old man while he was getting on the bus this happened into Soto area along fourth avenue just after eleven o'clock in the morning. Witnesses told police they started arguing and that the elderly man pulled out a weapon the guy that shot the guy fell down on the ground. Also, he had the gun inside this coat. I said set the gun on the ground. The police are on their way. They'll kill you see that gun show. He said the gun on the ground, and I picked it over a couple of feet. We also heard police saying the eighty eight year old took a bad fall and hit his head. Both men hospitalized. Her injuries are considered serious. Police continue interviewing other passengers that were on that bus from reviewing surveillance video that was taken from. That metro bus. Meanwhile to ferry writers enjoying a day on a ferry ball. But suddenly a disturbing discovery as our trip across Puget Sound Seattle Bremerton, they see a body floating in the water. It was spotted in Sinclair inlet near port orchard now parochial. Police activated of course, a search and rescue using a boat. They did recover the body from the water officers. Haven't released much information of who it is. Or how the body got there? They did share. It seems to be a man in his fifties. For people getting help from the Red Cross right now after a fire rips through their home in Federal Way, Saturday firefighters saying two adults and two children inside when fire broke out. Luckily, all the scape. Crews say a man was hurt when he jumped from the second floor another person was treated for minor burns. I.
"eighty eight year" Discussed on Mike Drop
"Eight eighty eight year old amble actually hates car rides. Can't confirm nor deny if it's from my awesome driving skill or from other shitty drivers on the road or even the sound of my tires. Buckle him in every time. We go somewhere, but he's still tries to push his way to the front seat or my lap. How can I reassure and calm him? I've tried anxiety pills from the vet worthless. CB deal on a treat Benadryl. Nothing. Calms him. I'd rather not have to give him meds. Right. So my guess is that when you're trying to work with him that you're actually fucking driving? That's your first problem. You have to introduce the car and quote unquote, driving or going for rides. Not unlike any other training scenario, I would I would load the dog up in the car in your driveway and sit there and work with him work on down stays does. He have a down stay to begin with. If he doesn't you need to teach that I if he does teach. But in your car, very short brief periods of time while you're parked in a fucking driveway, not going anywhere and not giving him the ability to to be disobedient and not be able to do anything about it on the transverse. You've also got to be able to slowly scale up the amount of time the duration with which you're expecting him to be down there. Those are a couple of quick things that I would I would do to begin with now some people would say put a barrier up. I'm not a fan of those generally speaking for a number reason, some of it's a safety issue. The other component is very simply as that. I I want to communicate and teach the dog to stay the fuck back there and not just make him stay back there. I want him to make the decision to stay back there on his own. And then be rewarded for it? So that it means something and its it's concrete in his mind. And he's thinking and learning so that's how I would do it. And then once you get to where you can sit in your driveway, and he'll sit back there for several minutes and not mess with than drive right down the street. You know, and then around the block and then for five. Minutes and then ten minutes, you know, build build up and scale that that direction the same way you would down stay on on a dog bed in your living room treat at that same way, but you've got incorporate your vehicle into training sessions in that static training environment. Prior to just jump in the car and driving for an hour with them and getting pissed when he when he decides he wants to come hang out in your lap. Like a good stripper would. Did I just say that? Yes, I did Navin land. How to correct a dog with separation anxiety whining scratching at doors to get out digging under fences to get out all only when I leave the house, and she's alone. It's very tough problem to deal with for all the same reasons that anybody else said, you know, only happens when I'm gone not than the couple of questions ago. You know, have the crates crate the dog when you're in the house short periods of time start by feeding the dog in the crate put the bowl food in the back. They have to go in the crate, they eat leave the door open. Just put the bowl of food in there and walk away and go about your business around the house. Get them to want to go in there and be okay with it..
"eighty eight year" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And tagged ice dot gov to show up. I'm like, okay. Sure. So people are crazy. Right. But I it is. So not about me. Is there silver lining to the to the Trump does not about? I that's that's how I explained to my Lola too much of my grandmother who doesn't who doesn't like reading all the negative stuff on Facebook. I'm like Lola. They don't even know me. Like, it's not about me at all. So I don't I don't I try not to spend too much time worrying about that. Right. So I'm glad that we now not glad. But I think the silver lining is we now know just how much work we have to do even something as simple, as you know, what we like to say that we're a nation of immigrants, which of course, we are. But when we do that, what do we do we leave out to groups African Americans who were not immigrants, right? If their histories from sleep Kimera, slaves or native Americans, right? I can't tell you. How many times native American leaders activists would reach out to me and said we love how inclusive define American is. Because when you go to everything we do, we don't do anything that doesn't include white people black people native Americans like we are very insistent on that. Like, I don't want immigration to just be this Latin next Asian thing. Because it never once wants one little thing about that. I'm in this weird position. Where people give me awards. I don't know why. But I got like an honorary degree from the John Jay college of criminal Justice. Gotta love America in New York. And they said they would give a free flight. And so I took my Lola who's eighty eight years old at the time and my grandfather's sisters so four of them all under seventy s flew them from Mountain View and Santa Clara to New York. Of course, we went Dallas island took them tell us island and traveling with four seventy year old women, by the way is not that easy. So when you see those people that asset fo the people moving the wheelchair, please smile at them. I don't know what we would do without them. So I got them to the Lynn. And then my grandma flory who's the reason why we're all here. She was the one who petitioned everybody in the family to come here in the late sixties, right? We gets Alice island, and there's all these panels of history. Right. And so she was starting to read about Irish people, and my and my Lola Florey turned to me and says the Gallo. Immigrants. Which meant white people are immigrants. Because in her mind the way the media presents it, it's always about us in L is Alan history museum. It was Italians Irish it was Norwegians was I was like. Yeah. And then in the same thing, they had the middle passage explaining what the, you know, I come from a family that has I'm sorry to say this anti-black sentiment when I was growing up a lot of us anti-black stuff that get said, right? And you know, when I was a kid, I say anything about it. Because unlike you don't talk to your grandparents like that. And as I got older, I'm like Lola, please don't say that that's racist. And so my Nola who would say anti-black things she knows what I'm talking about this low lots of machine might hear this on the radio. So. But I forced her to understand what the middle passage was. Right. And like the history of people who did not want to come. Here was forced to come here and then had to sit in their own excrement. She was like, oh, I know you have. That's what happened. So there's a lot of work all around. Right. And I think this issue is way bigger than quote, unquote, immigration reform, or what policy what party is gonna come up with. This is really about pardon. If I'm being tried here. It really is about how we define American. That's the conversation and have to say I am fortunate and privileged live in the country where I can ask that with a question, Mark, that's a provocative question, Mark. But I'm free enough that I can ask that in a country such as that. So that's why I'm grateful to do that. Jose thank you for being here and for being so open, and I just wanted to say that up front, and what do you talked about accepting a narrative bring up Chuck Schumer a lot?.