35 Burst results for "Eighty Nine Year"

How Paul Cain Passed on His Prophetic Mantle to Chris Reed

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 2 months ago

How Paul Cain Passed on His Prophetic Mantle to Chris Reed

"Chris read lot that. I want to ask you first of all paul kane. Paul kane is a figure again. Most people probably don't know who he was but boy oh boy I heard about him. I don't know thirty years ago. And he was this man with prophetic gift. That was just astonishing He would say things like come from gonna fly to this town to meet you. I'll be there that day. In the day that i land they'll be an earthquake and then there was an earthquake. I mean that kind of thing. That just is chilling. Gets everybody's attention You knew him. And i guess the story was that everybody would go up to him and say you know paul pray that the lord would give me your mantle quote unquote and he got annoyed by it but in fact he did pray at the end of his life that his mantle would rest on you. Can you talk about that. Yeah the video. That is actually owned my youtube channel where he lays hands on me and and and praise that the very thing. I don't think use the word mantle but he did say however the lord you have used me whatever was there i pass onto my brother so yeah i knew poll. The last year his life he he died in february of twenty nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine years old. He was involved back in the voice of healing era. Even or roberts. William brenham alan those guys and then he went after a number of years after the fifties. He kind of went silent for a number of years then. He reemerged in the eighties with john. Wayne mike big on those guys and People saw at a number of times in places that the gift was real and you know sadly many people only want to know the things the difficult things in bad situations in people's lives. But i want you to know all did have a real gift. I saw in action myself sitting at a dinner table and he was authentic and in his prophetic gift. There's no doubt about it.

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The Notorious Crime Boss Ma Barker

Crimetown

01:51 min | 2 months ago

The Notorious Crime Boss Ma Barker

"When we walked in the door. I could not believe it. This place looked like it was from another time period retired community. College instructor sue sutton was a teenager in the mid sixties when her family moved to concordia kansas zeus father took her and her sister to the local bank to open bank accounts but when she walked in. She couldn't believe what she saw. The bank tellers were separated by bulletproof. Glass there were spikes. There were electrical wires running over the top of the partitions. It seemed over the top for local bank. Small five thousand person town in the great plains. Even the employees were expected to protect the bank. There was a shotgun behind the door and everyone who was in employee was encouraged to take target practice on their lunch hour down in the basement the bank. So why was the small town bank so intensely on lock. These modifications all came about because of the bank robbery that took place in nineteen thirty two eighty nine years ago this week on the morning of july twenty six nineteen thirty to a gang of bank robbers walked into the cloud county bank and concordia kansas and they walked away with more than two hundred thousand dollars without firing a single shot and the legendary mastermind behind it all the notorious avocado ma barker ma

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Raul Castro resigns as Communist chief, ending era in Cuba

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Raul Castro resigns as Communist chief, ending era in Cuba

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting role Castro resigns as Communist Party chief ending an era in Cuba role Castro announced Friday he is resigning as head of Cuba's Communist Party ending more than six decades of his family's leadership the eighty nine year old Castro announced his retirement in a speech at the opening of the eighth Congress of the ruling party role Castro succeeded his older brother Fidel as president in two thousand eight and then as head of the party in twenty eleven but L. Castro who died in twenty sixteen lead the revolution that drove out dictator full hence you about the study in nineteen fifty nine Castro did not say who he will endorse as first secretary of the Communist Party but previously indicated he favors sixty nine year old Miguel Diaz canal who succeeded him as president in twenty eighteen hi Mike Crossey

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Angels And Demons

Paranormal Analytical

06:01 min | 7 months ago

Angels And Demons

"Good evening. Everybody and welcome to paranormal analytical. On your host. Eddie hill along with the incredible and dead sexy. Rick warn james tubes may be on tonight. We're not real sure We did send out a message to him letting them know that the show is about to start so he may come on after a while Or he may still be tied up doing a other crazy studying that he's got going on on some different topics. Ooh yeah so. We don't know for sure if he's going to show up so We've got an interesting topic. That rick came up with tonight which deals with angels and demons so rick quantity start us off with what you want us to talk about. Eddie how he. How are you tonight my man. I heard you had a pretty busy day in. And you got drug through the past year and over the hills dales and things my god i was dealing with horses and introducing a new horse and that was fun Got drug all over the place and it was i you know. There's no way i. I was about to overpower this guy. But yeah he took me for a little ride. And i don't mean a right while i was sitting on them. I mean a ride. All hanging onto a lead as he dragged me across the yard and trying to get it the other horse so that was fun and interesting in a realized at that point in time that he was not he was not cut he was were in good shape and hanging there. I mean it was. So i asked my god i have taken. Some aleve and i'm sitting here is extremely sore and drinking a diet coke trying to recuperate. I guess you could say because. I feel like i've been rode hard. Put up with so. Yeah yeah hey sony. Doing my day was not as as fantastic as yours. It was eventful but not. Yeah yeah i. I'm pretty well. Out of the old west this indian has hung up his Bareback waste well. My bareback ways Led me through all kinds of interesting brush and shrubbery and That ten foot lead. I had was not long enough. I can tell you that long. Yeah but i was just trying to stay out of stay out of reach of his back legs and hooves and That was pretty much. All i can do and just kind of go skiing i come up. I come up with tonight's subject tonight Because we're in the middle well not in the middle. We are at the beginning of a very interesting case. And it has to be dealing with the person that is dealing with maybe a demonte kennedy or it may be We don't know what it is right now but it is. It may be just an oppression. We don't know but what got me on. This subject was the fact that this individual was very religious. I mean she's been in. She's eighty nine years old. Eddie wow and has been in religion for all of her life basically and as she talked an as. She told me about her experiences in the church she was talking about the angels and the demons about what they were taught and what angels meant her and want the dark side as far as anything like that meant to her. And it it really. It really hit home with me. Because i can see the sincerity in her heart. I could see sincerity in her eyes. Because she's having to deal with this and as we sit there and talked and everything. I thought too while this is so pertinent of an ideal and a topic in today's world because it says i picked up some information from dr robert jeffress and he's a phd scholar dealing and the theologian the questions and theology. And everything else like that. He says it's a tragic mistake to assume because something is not visible it is not real very true and that really hit me hard when i read that and it just really hit me because we are i mean he gives he is an analogy of like you know consider electricity. Okay it's invisible but stick your finger in the socket and you'll quickly discover the reality of electricity absolutely and so it is and so it is with the angels and demons. We live in a spiritual world. Eddie i know that our show. Paranormal electrical is is all about that. But i know that we get caught up sometimes in the semantics and the analytical part of what we're doing and everything and it really through curb ball at me eddie. When we started talking about her belief and some of her friends belief in angels and demons and i heard both sides. I'm hearing both sides next to be go over again and talk with her again. And do i'm gonna do some. Edp work and things like that. But you know. I got to studying about this and i thought what an interesting topic because maybe there's a lot of people out there that have had experience with angels and demons and the difference between the two is like night and day

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Historic moments of 2020, the year of the pandemic

Nightline

02:50 min | 10 months ago

Historic moments of 2020, the year of the pandemic

"The spirit of the holidays. Some perspective on a year that is challenged us in the imaginable from healthcare workers risking their lives on the front lines to families worrying about putting food on the table the pandemic colliding with a racial reckoning to crises in one year forcing us to hold tight to hope and now a look back avenue spin a year of historic struggle. Be walks are nightline team working through an unprecedented crisis to keep our audience informed inky so much for getting a place to aspire very grateful. We got in touch with you because you were really being open and pouring your heart out. I was just telling our and our and share story right there. Because we're we're not alone you're not alone. It wasn't until i really did hear other people's stories that i folks who are to loan the films julie philly shea ask for it but i feel like i do have a voice. I can yell about this change. I go to the meeting. Demand this lakeshore and make voice heard. Twenty twenty did not happen novak ramp. There have been an event in history. Let me read about in those moments things happening around you and you realize oh my god. I am witnessing amidst turmoil. Heroes emerged answering the call when we needed them most first covid nineteen lockdown wuhan. Then italy so we just got the news. Never going to be quarantined here for fourteen days. Then we watched in disbelief as it spread across the united states like wildfire nightline to the latest crisis the kobe nineteen outran from nursing. Homes in washington calling valerie's eighty nine year old mother. Peggy who suffers from dementia lives there. If she gets sick she's gonna be gone But if she has to sit in a room for days on end by yourself she's gonna go downhill fast to the epicenter in new york city. Yeah we track the virus as it left tragedy in its wake. He was still really event. Shape temperature one of four. Tell me that moment. Amanda where you had to leave his side here. Fourteen my son over a computer screen in icu. And not being able to be there with him. It's just it was horrifying experience

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California official: just say 'no' to family Thanksgiving

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

California official: just say 'no' to family Thanksgiving

"Some of the nation's governors and health officials are still trying to convince people to cancel their thanksgiving plans California state health secretary says it's not too late to just say no when it comes to family and friends wanting to visit on thanksgiving it's necessary to modify your pas our usual traditions so really stopped the surge this year Dr mark galli says hospitalizations statewide increased eighty one percent this month in Wisconsin governor Tony Evers says gatherings need to be only with family members who already live together none of us wants to be the one to unwittingly spread those viruses somebody we love will host the next super spreader event ended New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he won't see his eighty nine year old mother this thanksgiving and reminds residents to keep their gathering small end use face coverings wear a mask don't be a Turkey hi Jackie Quinn

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How Does Jane Elliott's Blue Eyes/Brown Exercise Work?

BrainStuff

05:49 min | 1 year ago

How Does Jane Elliott's Blue Eyes/Brown Exercise Work?

"The past fifty, two years teacher and diversity trainer Jane Elliott has been stirring up trouble on the subject of racism. It can still be uncomfortable squirm in your seat stare at your shoes uncomfortable when she subject someone to the very same exercise she I unleashed on third graders more than half a century ago designed to expose racist thinking. Something, her method can get downright mean but again, the subject is racism, it should be troubling. Elliott came to prominence when the day after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior in nineteen, sixty, eight, sheep herself a white woman took her classroom of all white third graders in. Riceville Iowa and decided to teach them what it was like to face discrimination. She separated the kids into two groups those with Brown eyes and those with blue and proceeded to proclaim the. Brown. Is these superior group she allowed the group extra privileges more time recess seats at the front of the room they were told they were cleaner smarter more talented. How children reacted to this newfound pecking order was startling. The Brown eyed group immediately began to wield their dominance. The blue is almost immediately slipped into the role of subordinates. Anger flared disputes popped up. After switching roles a few days later, which gave both sides of the classroom taste of being in the lesser group the exercise ended. Many parents complained after reading about what had happened in Elliott's classroom through student essays printed in the local paper. A month or so later, Johnny Carson invited Elliott to appear on his late night talk show she became a national story. Many praised efforts at her students is but not everybody a two, thousand five storied Sonian magazine reported hundreds, viewers, wrote letters, saying Elliott's work appalled them how dare you try this cruel experiment out on white children? One said black children grow up accustomed to such behavior but white children, there's no way they could possibly understand it. It's cruel to white children and will cause them great psychological damage. Elliott spoke with us for the article that this episode is based on from her home in Iowa. She said, you think that's traumatizing try living that way for a lifetime. Elliott taught for years before she decided to take her anti-racism lesson out of the classroom and Corporate America. She's also led the exercise for the US Department of Education and other governmental groups. She's appeared before numerous church and school assemblies she was on. Oprah Winfrey's TV show several times in June of twenty twenty. She appeared on the tonight show starring Jimmy Fallon. She often faces uncomfortable and sometimes angry reactions but her goal as it has been for the past fifty two years is education. She says, it's the best weapon against racism. But good education about racism and race is hard to find. Elliott said, that's because the educators believe the same thing that they were taught and they were taught the same thing I was, which is that there are three or four different races and you can tell what a man's intelligence is by the color of his skin or the shape of his head. You can't lead people out of ignorance if you're still teaching the Columbus discovered America and we came here to civilize these savages. Will need to teach the three RS of rights respect responsibility if teachers would respect the rights of those students to learn the truth and be held responsible for seeing that they present them with the truth we could kill racism in two generations is not a doubt in my mind that could be done. Elliott at eighty seven years. Old has seen. America, grapple with racism all her life. She's marked major mile posts in the struggle over the past fifty years or so the civil rights movement and the assassination of doctor king in the sixties, the race riots in Miami's Liberty City in nineteen eighty and in Los. Angeles after the Rodney King beating in nineteen ninety, two, the protests in Ferguson. Missouri and twenty fourteen after the killing of Michael Brown and in Baltimore Maryland in two thousand fifteen after that of Freddie Gray and in Charleston south. Carolina. That same year after a church massacre. There are many others. But the problem she has been relentlessly attacking Elliott says, goes far beyond the occasional race-based. Clara. For people of Color in the United States facing racism is an everyday fight every minute of every day. Elliot said. It's only been going on with me for fifty two years. I know black women who have been doing this for eighty nine years and their mothers did and their grandmothers dead and their great is dead and their daughters and their granddaughters and their great granddaughters are going to have to do. It must be get off our polyunsaturated fatty acids and do something about this. I get paid to talk about it. They aren't even allowed to talk about it. One of the biggest hurdles in educating people about racism in the United States Elliott says is that most everyone knows it exists and knows that it's harmful but few are motivated to change it. She stood in front of. and asked who among the white people in the room would want to switch places with a black person no one ever volunteers. She cautions that recognizing the problem is only the first step but Elliott is nothing if not persistent, she says, she'll continue to educate for the next fifty years. She'll push her mantra of one race the science behind the simple words it's clear. According to the National Human Genome Research Institute your genome, the bodies blueprint that contains all of your DNA is ninety, nine point nine percent the same as every human around you. And she says, she will urge people to get out and vote November no hope of electing leaders who will attack racism as she has had on.

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Treasure worth $1 million found in Rockies after 10-year search

WBZ Midday News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Treasure worth $1 million found in Rockies after 10-year search

"A rocky mountain treasure has been found that treasure was hidden by hidden by forest and he made the announcement on his website Sunday that the treasure hunt was over one of the hunters for that treasure who wasn't lucky enough to find it this is the experience was still worthwhile together in danger outside Cheney I think that was the worst one and he gave us a perspective of the world that our children will never forget and will never forget and brought us together for stand is an eighty nine year old antiquities collector and says the treasury had not been moved in the ten years since he hit it but a poem he wrote let the finder to the precise spot clues were placed in a twenty four line poem published in fans two thousand ten autobiography the thrill of the chase the treasure which consist of gold rubies diamonds and emeralds is valued at over a million

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Treasure chest hidden in Rocky Mountains finally found

Kim Komando

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Treasure chest hidden in Rocky Mountains finally found

"And the treasure chest filled with more than a million dollars worth of gold jewels and other valuables and hidden somewhere in the Rocky Mountains in twenty ten has been located that from eighty nine year old forest fan who hit the chest more than a decade ago and told the Santa Fe new Mexican that he did not want to give any clues to where the treasure was found or who found it only saying that the person located the chest a few days ago and sent him a photo confirming the fight fan posted clues on line in a poem in his autobiography hundreds of thousands search for the treasure with many quitting their jobs and some dying in the

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Will COVID-19 bring down Airbnb?

The Big Story

10:54 min | 1 year ago

Will COVID-19 bring down Airbnb?

"Ever since we launched this show almost two years ago. Now we've done episodes about the housing crisis in Canada comes up often and it comes up everywhere from Pi to Nana avert to big cities like Vancouver and Toronto and Montreal. And every time we cover it we start with. Why how did this situation come to be and there are of course some different reasons in different places but one thing one thing keeps coming up again and again and you get one? Guess as to what we'll city place here in the downtown core as one of the highest concentrations of airbnb rental units in Toronto and tonight some housing advocates are saying. That is booming. Business is driving up the prices for those who are actually looking for a permanent home. That was then though and this is now on a city known for its sky high pricing when it comes to housing and rentals is seeing a bit of a shift. According to experts since the Ontario government has banned airbnb there was actually a huge influx in rental apartments being available right now. Nobody is traveling not even within Canada. And as you might imagine that has had an impact on airbnb business model and Bhai impact. I mean it has basically obliterated so what happens to the rental markets Canada's biggest cities to thousands of airbnb landlords some of whom have staked their financial future on this platform to the company itself. Does it di- Does it? Evolve and what happens to the future of development in big urban centers because in order to understand? How much could change from here? You also have to understand how much AIRBNB has done to drive the direction of cities in the past decade. So that's where we'll start. Who knows where we'LL END UP Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story. Matt Elliott is a columnist who writes about municipal policy. He writes in the Toronto Star. He writes for the CBC and several other publications. I mad. Hey we're gonNA talk about Airbnb today and It's decline. I guess in Toronto and in other cities around the world. But why don't you I kind of give me an explanation? As to how AIRBNB rose to such dominance in the rental markets of big cities. I mean the short answer is money. I mean. Imagine you're a landlord and you sort of have choices with the property. You Own the traditional way where you find. A long-term tenant You know you can make some money off of that. But there's some what landlords might describe as hurdles. You know the rules around addictions raising rent or whatever Whereas AIRBNB is way simpler. A bad tenants don't really last for longer than few days in most cases and then the money. I think the money is just the big thing I mean. Imagine you could rent a place for two hundred dollars a night for fifty nights a month. You're at three thousand dollars a month in income from that. That's more than the average rent in most Indian neighborhoods and Enough to carry a mortgage worth a million dollars or so so landlords are looking those two options they were increasingly going the RBM Dui. Because I know you cover Toronto. We'll just sort of use it as a proxy for some of the biggest Global cities which have some of the same problems with AIRBNB. Can you give me a sense of the size of AIRBNB IN TORONTO? Before the pandemic began like how dominant is it was it was very dominant and increasingly so a fair. Bnb which is an anti airbnb at secret supporting a note that but they did some number crunching and looked at the data from AIRBNB and they estimated there were about seventy three hundred Units on BNB that did not comply with the regulations passed by the city of Toronto. Those regulations are not enforced when they were doing this. But those were the rules. Saying you know you can't rent out an entire house that you don't live in you can only rent out your principal residence. So seventy three hundred units that would have been on the rental market but been consumed by AIRBNB. is hugely significant in rental market as tight as Toronto or vacancy rates over. The last few years have been around one percent so you know I think one of the reasons people got pretty fired up about AIRBNB. Is this idea that you know these are. This is a rental market. That is very very challenging. Very expensive very tight and airbnb comes along and suddenly another chunk of air. Rental market is no longer in the market. And we're going to get to the pandemic I promise in in one second but How much in the hallways at City Hall was this hot button issue in the months leading up to say February or early March? When things started happening I mean housing. In general is such a huge huge issue at City Hall There's increasingly concerns that you know we're looking at a city that is just unaffordable for anybody but the top of the economy. So if you're a service worker if you're a teacher you're a nurse if you're a police officer like all of these jobs some of which pay pretty darn well when you look at what housing was renting for in Toronto. It just wasn't really doable for a lot of these people especially if they're people that are looking at you know. I want to start a family. Have a couple of kids and the only one of the people in a couple goes to work in those situations. Those that arrangement used to be doable. In a city like Toronto increasingly. It was not so when you have that sort of greater backdrop of housing counselors and bureaucrats and policymakers and advocates are looking for levers. They can pull. That might improve the situation. How many looked at AIRBNB and said okay? This is a relatively new thing. It has taken units out of the rental market This is something that we can look at it as a way. You know for whatever difference. That'll make it would make some difference to to make things better. As far as housing goes but you mentioned that they weren't yet enforcing the regulations they were not and I mean that's that's an interesting story by itself because the regulations passed by council which I mean at a high level. The major changes that they wanted to impose. Were you know you can only rent out your principal residence so if you have a condo and you want rent it for a couple of weeks on AIRBNB in the summer while you're off on vacation or whatever that's totally fine but if you buy another condo with the plan to just rent it on airbnb making income off of it that was going to become a against the rules. There was also going to be a cap on the number of nights you could rent a a unit in Toronto. One hundred and eighty nine year was going to the CAP But when they passed those Suddenly there was a challenge by a landlord turned out. Airbnb was supporting this challenge. And while that was before the a tribunal they held things up for a two years pretty much but a year and a half to two years while they waited for a ruling on whether these regulations could actually go into effect that finally resolve itself in the fall. But then all of the sudden you have this pandemic happen and you know the has stuff stuff as ended up on pause result. What'S HAPPENED TO AIRBNB IN TORONTO? And other places since the pandemic began it all kind of blew up To be honest I'm AIRBNB. The renters are primarily travelers Whether international or domestic travellers they're people come in from one place to another and in mid March Traveling shutdown just is not happening so there goes the market for airbnb in most cities So all the sudden you have a situation where you have all the supply thousands of units that were on Airbnb and that's how landlords made their income Suddenly were empty a bookings being cancelled and going forward. There's not a lot of hope for our travel to resume in the near term so it was a major shock to the system as all these units suddenly no longer had people in them at all. How bad could this get for the company if it continues? And what have they sort of gun in an attempt to respond to they've done a few things Airbnb announced a fund support landlords. Who were facing cancellations? You know for bookings that came in before the Pandemic Aso I think there is a desire on airbnb. Parts to see this Just sorta sustain the urban economy. Obviously they want to make sure there's still people with airbnb listings after all. This happens That airbnb itself is facing major. Financial Distress They have laid off. I think a quarter of their workforce They are saying they are revenue for the year is about half what it was projected to be at the start of the year. So they're facing a multi billion dollar. Hit and resorting to layoffs. And it's a really tough situation for for the company and then for landlords. I think some of them are going to be able to whether this because they're looking at the situation where they know they bought a unit listed on Airbnb they can defer either mortgage right now at a lot of banks. So maybe there's a way that they can hold on and and keep going through this but you also have situations where landlords have hugely over leveraged themselves. You know really gambled on this as a way to make a quick buck. And you know they're looking at situations where okay. This was going to be my My Nest Egg is is how was going to get rich and that is is really starting to fall apart for a lot of them. When I wrote about this for the star a few weeks ago I got a lot of emails from Landlords with immunes who were just incredibly angry about what I had written Because I was not coming down on the side of the landlords talking about you know how much of their life savings tied up in this Airbnb Model and this their despair for what's going to happen in the future. Can you give me an example of what that looks like when you get severely over leveraged investing in Airbnb Imagine a situation where you come into Toronto and you buy a house for yourself for you know everything in Toronto as close to a million dollars these days. So so you buy a million dollar hosts to live in and then you think well you know to make some extra money. I will also by Condo for a half million dollars and

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Explorers & Contenders: Annette Kellerman

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Explorers & Contenders: Annette Kellerman

"Meet the one and only a net. Kellerman a net. Marie Sara Kellerman was born in eighteen. Eighty six in Merrillville Australia. A suburb of Sydney. Her father was an Australian violinist and her mother was a French pianist and music teacher. As a child Annette's legs weren't strong enough to support her so she wore metal braces as a form of physical therapy and conditioning. And that's parents took her to a local pool. She later described that experience. Saying only a cripple could understand the intense joy I experienced after I learned. I go swimming anywhere anytime. The swimming really did help. Strengthen a nets legs. She was a natural in the water and she had a flair for the dramatic throughout her life and that would combine her sport with feeder to entertain the public by the time. She was around fifteen years old. She was winning races in setting speed records. She was also performing diving exhibitions and swimming in twice. Daily shows with fish at an aquarium her skill and ability to entertain set a net part and she further made a name for herself as a fashion icon at that point in time. Victorian societal norms were strict. When it came to swimming tire women were supposed to Don pantaloons and a loose dress so as not to show their figures a net found that overly burdensome and created a new kind of beating costume hers left her arms exposed and was very tight warlike one piece bathing suits today if they extended down as shorts or pants and that was actually arrested for indecency while swimming on each during a Uso trip to Massachusetts in one thousand nine hundred seven volynets spent much of her life making varied contributions to fashion entertainment and society at large. These achievements stemmed from her incredible talent at her sport among other feats and that set the world record for the Fastest Mile. Swam and help the swim records for a number of major rivers around the world after moving from Australia to England. She swam a daily circuit from town to town along the coast in preparation for an attempt to swim across the English Channel. She eventually did try and fail to swim across the body of water though she made it three quarters of the way despite that failure a net kept on swimming and winning races. She swam in a seven mile race through Paris in front of five hundred thousand spectators and tied with another woman to sixteen men after. You're up a net headed across the Atlantic to the US stateside annette focused more on the performance part of rear. She wowed audiences by stunt swimming and high diving. She also allowed many with physical appearance. A Harvard professor deemed a Net. The perfect woman because her measurements were so similar to those of the Venus Diallo. Naturally this proclamation helped draw in even larger crowds. Those who couldn't make it to a live show. We're in luck. A net took her talents to Hollywood at the height of the silent movie era. She appeared in multiple films though most are now considered lost. Because there's no known footage still in existence. Most of her movies had plots connected to water and she often played a mermaid notably and that was the first major actress to appear. Fully Nude onscreen annette continued swimming and performing until the nineteen forties. She credited the sport with changing her life in nineteen eighteen. She said but for swimming. I might have been hobbling about on crutches today instead of skating. Dancing and indulging in twenty five mile constitutional in addition to making my regular livelihood as a moving picture mermaid or flirting with toto. The funny fish through the walls of the glass tank at the New York hippodrome later in life a net became an author speaker and owned a health food store in Long Beach California. She continued to swim till nearly the end of her life. In nineteen seventy a net and her husband who had been her manager moved back to Australia. A net died in nineteen seventy five. She was eighty nine years old. Annette Kellerman popularized her sport and buck norms for her gender paving the path for future women swimmers success. She was honored by the International Swimming Hall of fame and she has a star on the Hollywood walk of

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New York - Couple dies of coronavirus four days apart on Long Island

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

New York - Couple dies of coronavirus four days apart on Long Island

"Among the victims of the pandemic a Long Island New York couple married in nineteen seventy seven second marriages for both eighty nine year old Edward Porco in ninety year old Joan powers a conservative and a liberal who found love and died four days

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Pence and Corona Task Force video press conference

Aging Options with Rajiv Nagaich

02:34 min | 1 year ago

Pence and Corona Task Force video press conference

"Yesterday was a very big very important day for our nation's providers information patients in terms of the emergency declaration and also in terms of the agreement with the house that secretary Mnuchin negotiated end up I want you all to understand some straight talk from the nation's Dr we really need you all to lean into and prioritize the health and safety of the American people no more bickering the more partisanship no more criticism or finger pointing they'll be plenty of time for that but we all need to hit the reset button and lean into moving forward the health and safety of the American people and our top priority more stories on how people can protect themselves more people on how people can get the resources that they need that we on leased from the federal government and state and local governments less stories look at what happened in the past again they'll be time for that I want you all to understand if Dr Fauci said this will get worse before it gets better but we are making progress to flatten the curve we are making progress three important points number one almost all people will recover ninety eight ninety nine percent of people will recover people need to know that and we heard a great story on NPR this morning about an eighty nine year old from that nursing home facility and are in Seattle who is recovered number two we must lean into protecting the most vulnerable those with chronic or severe medical conditions especially seniors now is the time for us to lean into that and we are taking measures to protect them at HHS secretary HR Bob Kadlec Bob Redfield I'm not sure why are hard at work right now leaning into that from the federal level but we need your help social distancing in mitigation they're not to protect the thirty year old or the twenty year old from getting corona virus there to protect your nana their protector granddaddy there to protect the people who you love in your life and we need your help and finally we all have a role to play if we are complacent selfish uninformed if we spread fear and distrust and misinformation this situation will last longer and more people will be hurt but if we pitch in and we share the facts we will flatten the curve and we will overcome this situation so finally my prescriptions know your risk I understand your circumstances and get the facts to protect yourself a corona virus dot gov well done listen to the live White House press briefing on the

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Well eighty nine year that's right ladies you sound like you're thirty though so that's a good thing is there any thing Dr Howard that you think that might be a reason why he's been able to kick the cancer and also go to the gym three times a week and see great grandchildren with the kind of lifestyle he had being a firefighter just balance of nature hello in that way well sure and I don't know if the bill how long you've been taken balance of nature I'm not sure for Erica several years you know it's been I can really say that I've you know you can't put your finger on everything that but I just feel generally I feel good great and then I would say yes it's been several years it's a part of a part of your chemistry it's been a help in and you kicking those but again we go back to the triad I know they talked about that triad of help that triangle of of the physical part of help the mental emotional spiritual part of health and the nutritional and you you have mastered some of those other areas that have helped you through this because I know this because I've talked to fill before and and I I love his books he's written some books to be able to shed some of his some of his stress and and hardship inside of him he's written it in a book and those books are wonderful my I tell you what my father was a fireman and and he he actually died of effects of being a fireman and and so Phil was kind enough to send out the couple of books to my mother with the gracious note in there she loved those so he has loved him he would be in her room and all of that era laughing all to ourselves and then I knew she was reading your book yes do you know who I wrote the first book because like you said that that things were bothering me that and IT may even realize that I was like the press I was division commander in Brooklyn for twelve years and from nineteen ninety one to two thousand one right before nine eleven we lost twenty four guys in the line of duty in my job and twenty of them were good friends of mine in guys that I worked with and it was really getting to me and I didn't even realize it but once I started writing about it and put it on paper I hate it if they're out of my mind I didn't have to think about them anymore and I'll talk to people about it anytime they want but I don't have to think about it so that's why I started writing the books and then the publish it's already got two more books in India and he was right he's they really work well and the thing is is it it really supports the whole aspect of of that triad of help that spiritual mental emotional side is so important and and that's another part of it and put that with the chemistry and sure it's going to boost up fills the physical side just just if we boost up two sides of it's going to boost up the third and right and that's just awesome in the end these are the reasons your the reason fail that that I was inspired to do this product I I didn't set out to make a product I love being a doctor but when it when it hit me I thought I need to do this about like you did you've you need to write those books right right and I had to put the first book the title of the first book is laughter tears and muffled drums I had a good laugh there in there because I had to put some funny stuff because there were just too many tears you know yes yeah but it was wonderful that I was having that depression and that was before nine eleven that was the ten years before nine eleven from ninety eight to ninety one nineteen ninety one to two thousand one then nine eleven hit and I was like and I was supposed to work that day at work the day before and which was my birthday September tenth and that was relieved by two oh my best friend said its course who is battalion chief in my division thank you man there and he was acting deputy that night so I was relieved at six o'clock on Monday night by Dennis and Timothy Stackpole who's the captain and chemist road with him because there was no place from to work every book every every unit was covered so that happens in it and the captain is assigned to work he writes with the deputy chief and that's what happened that morning they rode together and I never saw them again so can you just give us the name of the books really quickly in six sure the first book is left your tears and muffle drums the second book is bringing everybody home which is the chiefs that's this one just wishes to bring everybody home and the third book is the last true hero which is like a homage to all firefighters thank you for your service to New York City fails that's just more we are beyond grateful to you never pay that back it's always such a great pleasure to speak with you Dr Howard and Susan Howard for balance of nature talk about the beautiful benefits of the fruits and veggies in the fiber and spice the whole health system and just so much about what good nutrition means and.

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Banking on Voice - ENACOMM & Bank Independent

The Voice Tech Podcast

10:47 min | 1 year ago

Banking on Voice - ENACOMM & Bank Independent

"Us about about the project and so what what does the Alexa skill that you guys have developed do? And what was the? What was the thinking behind? When we first started our conversations with an accom- we didn't know what to expect. We didn't even know what to do with really St- I think Stacy said it best. Is that so we started with the thought of? How can we take our typical telephone banking system? That's that technology has been around for four. Seems like forever and so we were like. How do we repurpose that into modern technology and modern use cases so partnering together with an Economy Fintech provider? They are really at true partnership here. We were the very first one to come out with a fully functioning Alexis skill in the community bank space. Now some of the larger institutions the international banks that are housed here in America or even some of the couple of super regionals they were already doing some of the s but really we felt like our customers were longing for that as well to be able to say. Hey if a bank of America or chase would have this type of service. Why can't wait? I see we have the same type of access to your systems so they came from a customer. Need they actually the customs approach to and also this. Will you a proactive and thought well? We need to get ahead of this before they do. It was really more proactive. Because of our customer base being very tech savvy and especially our newest market which is the Huntsville Alabama market. We felt like we need to make sure that in order for us to compete against the larger institutions especially from a tech perspective. We needed to be proactive in this space. So when I say fully functioning that's the differentiation between us and some of the other banks or credit unions that have that they may have an Alexa skill. But it's more informational sharing like where are we wears locations. What's our hours of operation? We really wanted it to be truly as said an extension of our other tools that we offer to art whether it'd be mobile or online or telephone so they log in and get account information for me. Personally I've got a college aid's daughter and so was the question we get from her. Hey Dad I need some money so then I can go and just by walking through the house. Tae Alexa Transfer money from account to my daughter's account so those are some of the use cases that we have and we're continuing to expand that working on some other use cases right now to expand as far as card management for the debit cards. The credit cards and those kind of things as we continue to move forward. I see okay focused on the the most common actions that people form on their accounts festival implemented those and then now you looking for the more advanced features those in as well. That's great okay. Great Stacey tells about the project from your side then what what was it like to Cra? Alexis go four bank whether any particular challenges that you had to face. And what advice would you give to someone? Who's WHO's looking to do the same. Whose is taking on a project to the signs. That's a great question because there is a specific answer that it's really got nothing to do with how we build a skill it has to do with multiple parties involved in the thing you have to look out for the difficulties run into is the larger companies involved Talked by Google Amazon Right Amazon. The company that is the keeper in the approver of these skills and so's Google on their side. I will go to that side of the house but Amazon. This is the first real step into a retail banking application type of thing right in my past i. I did this for Mobile APPs with apple when they first had their APP store open. Add it for banks and it's the same type of learning curve with working with Amazon going through the approval process Amazon not understanding how everyone thinks they understand how a bank works. And I'll say that just exactly the same. Everyone believes they understand. How Bank works when you work with. Community banks. That'S NEAT. Learn how they actually work and each one little different from another one and you can try to define a process for which you wanNA bring on these skills right for Elixir. Whatever but these skills for getting the weather has total different requirements than the skill for your banking and we had compliance issues. We have enrollment issues. We have Lincoln account issues. We have all these things you have to do and be compliant with on our side and actually I was walking Amazon through the process. Of sometimes you have to change the way you're thinking because this is not a weather APP. This is not a joke. Gap does not attribute this is banking and there are some things. The banks are already doing to link accounts that may be at to adjust your expectations. How Link Accounts Right? That's just one example and going through the approval process with Amazon and it different iterations. That's really probably. The most complex part of working new technologies into banks is yet. There's a third party provider like Amazon or Google. Who has to approve these things and has certain expectation on their side of how the system will work in. We have to really Kinda match the expectations and the realities. What a bank needs right to? Does that mean that there were those pushback on the on the platform side on the new Google side because he went meeting standards was it the other way round. What did you need things from them? They weren't providing up front. And you have to be kind of both. It's kind of both so the expectation that you're starting from scratch realized that a bank might already have a method for linking accounts for example in Kelly States. Bank independent already. Lincoln accounts through methodology in order to enable their voice banking on the phone system for that and so there are some things that instead of confusion users like it's a brand new system to create new pin number. You all this new stuff. Sometimes Caesar let them allow them to use what they already have and so it was sort of both. We have more things than they expected. Amazon's system wasn't really built to take an existing system. Like what we had at the same time. You know there are some things we have to come up to snuff on on voice engagement right conversational banking conversational. Technology is different than a menu driven technology in Kelly. Had said we're reiterated extending what we're doing on the voice baking side telephone banking but it's extending the feature functions but the way you engage with it is different. So there's a learning curve on our side to to make sure you have the conversational structures. Correct your engagement that so it was both sides. This is very typical of bringing in a new technology into an existing market place. That has its own high level of rules right. There's a high bar a ruling compliance and you have another system as brand new that is trying to create rules of compliance rights. And so we put those two together in. This is typical this. This is exactly how it was with mobile APPS. And I think that's what you're gonNA see. It's GonNa have that ramp right now. It's early in the curve for adoption and over time as voices getting across all these other channels and the software whether it's Amazon or Google on all these channels whether it's in your smart tv or on your phone it's going to accelerate. The friction is gonNA remove overtime when it sounds like they would have lended as as much from the experiences as you guys have. That's going to streamline things for everyone the projects that come along in the future exactly my question around that was about the the iteration of this is kind of new and we got a lot of the ground truth from the feedback from users and looking at the data of course financial transactions quite private and a bank's not going to want to publicize those will hand them over to supplies in the same way as maybe health data. So how did you get that signal back? That's a find out whether the user interaction was working. And how did you guys work together to to solve that problem like you said? One of the biggest concerns with this was around security and especially traditional banking where we're not always the the ones that are willing to step out and do things so from especially from security and privacy perspective because that is paramount to who we are as an institution to ensure that we are taking care of our customers and making sure that their information secure safe and that they are comfortable not only them but then also with a stacey said our regular regulators and auditors and those things pile up over and over again to make sure that that we have the right security protocols in place and so that was some learning curve for both US and Amazon that we all had to mature and continue to grow as far as making sure that we have the right information we partner with our processing companies Jack Henry and associates and so they do a fantastic job of having a pathway for us to get to our information securely safely as well so with our connectivity points between in a calm and Jack Henry that is very tightly controlled. We manage it with monitor it. We reporting we have security protocols that are in place between all of us to ensure that is safe for our customers. Massoni went to Jack Henry Do. Where did they come into this? Yeah Sure Jack. Henry is the company that houses our customer information as a whole and so they have an open banking platform that we're able to connect to and be able to partner with the fantasy like the end of the world to be able to safely securely have access to their customer account information you can anonymous data and Sharon Saddam. Okay right so there's a way to share it without revealing the details of the people. Are I in this talk about the voice banking how it's being used and I saw one example on your website believe about bank independent Kuzma? Who's using the Alexa skill right now? It's eighty nine years old. That's fantastic Zurich. Tell us about that. And the the interest made on his or her life. Sure after we went live with this we were live several lines and we really wanted to see who was using and honestly we knew because this is new technology. We weren't expecting a hockey stick type of acceptance and usage of this tool out of the gate and so it has been a slow growth and kind of leveling but again we wanted to be out there early and this is exactly why because you know. The mission of our institution is to make a positive difference in people's lives and this is a prime example. Where we've done that. So as we begin to look one of our most active users we reached out to Kim specifically into. Can you tell us why you're using it? And the first words out of his mouth. Were you changed my life. And which can you explain that in so this gentleman was eighty nine years old? He had macular degeneration so from his perspective. He couldn't really manages finances. Just because of the vision issues vision issue. And so now he's like you now have control of my personal finances again by doing voice banking and he can control that here. What's going on? What's going on manages money in the way that he wants to be able to manage his

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Buffett defends Berkshire stock push, reassures on future as profit smashes record

RMWorld Travel Connection with Robert & Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Buffett defends Berkshire stock push, reassures on future as profit smashes record

"Warren Buffett's offering some insights into his view of the current climate for corporate deal making the eighty nine year old profit compares corporate deals to marriages saying they can be either blissful or troubled in his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders Buffett says his company's record is filled with more happy deals than unpleasant ones but recently he's struggled to find good targets for acquisition Berkshire held roughly one hundred and twenty eight billion dollars in cash and short term investments at year's end and Buffett says fast because he hasn't found any reasonably priced ones Berkshire is also facing more competition for acquisitions from private equity firms and other companies such as the privately held coke

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip sold out online in a single day in US

Android Central Podcast

09:36 min | 1 year ago

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip sold out online in a single day in US

"Get to go pick up a galaxy flip in a matter of hours which is Which is pretty amazing Unfortunately there's a caveat on it that It's being picked up from Samsung and then return at the Samsung within a day. Which is Which is fun? I guess so. That stipulation seemed weird when they said it to us back in San Francisco and then last night I was up late doing some some work and I noticed that everybody around midnight was tried to buy the Z. Flip and couldn't because there is no stock and best buy sold out within minutes. Apparently some stores only had like five or ten units and Samsung Dot COM Didn't have many units either. Sold OUT PRETTY QUICKLY. So my guess is just that they're asking for it back because they really just don't have that many units to sell people. Yeah and the implication. There isn't that they're going to package these up and sell them of course just to be clear but You know they have lots of other people and marketing needs etc. That actually need these devices. And I've a feeling that when Samsung hands out all of these devices to journalists that they themselves as marketing and PR people will not have devices leftover for you know their own uses either so I from that perspective I kind of get it and I I do understand that There's some tight tight stock out there. I think I would be shocked if they made more than you know. What fifty thousand one hundred thousand of these things for the entire world right now? Yeah I think they're hedging quite a bit given that the galaxy fold Failed miserably before it went on sale. So they're probably like listen. Let's make a very small number of these. Wait until our early adopters. Come back to us with impressions and see if we should ramp up production now just like seeing an off the Bat. This does not look like it will be anywhere close in fact. It looks like it's going to be the opposite to what happened with the original galaxy fold and That is A. That's a great thing. The first impressions here have been universally positive especially when compared to the Motorola Razor which was released last Friday rough timing for Motorola it just has been like and We have our review up on the site now. We are one of the first to review it and slowly trickling in has been the verge wired. Droid life like all of the all of the sites that you'd expect to review a brand new foldable phone have just like excoriated this product like. It's it's not even it's kind of embarrassing actually for Motorola because the first impressions I have it. Were were quite positive. But there was always this lingering feeling in the back of my mind like. I know that once I get over. The wow factor of the fact that this thing folds and there's a teardrop fold that prevents a crease and all that and there's this nostalgia factor. It's still going to be a pretty mediocre. Motorola phone underneath at all. Yeah and I don't think that I mean as far as I remember. You weren't alone in your initial take being very positive but I think that as people had more time to think about it and obviously review it they found out that yeah all of these things that we inherently knew about it just kind be immediately mediocre. Motorola phone underneath came you know came to roost when you actually started using it and the camera was horrible and the processor obviously wasn't up to speed to to the price you're paying here which is fifteen hundred dollars and that really ingenious hinge that. I and everybody else I think praised it because for because it slid the screen you know did a lot of interesting things to prevent creases actually meant that the screen itself was very unstable. I guess you'd say it was bumpy. It was basically like a an eighty nine year. Old Man's face is is what you can say like. I was like if you look at a if you look at a phone normally right. You don't really see any Breaks in it unless it's physically broken but on the razor now that we've kind of had some time to look at it closely because the layer is plastic and because the unlike the folds the the hinge forces the screen physically move every time it opens and closes. The layer is physically changing places whenever you ask moving anchored at the top and then slides on the bottom. Like in and out of the Chin is the way it works. It reminds me a little bit. Like in retrospect of the blackberry storm like we were talking last week about the end of blackberry mobile. The but I mean just just remember like the blackberry storm was not a capacity. Give touch device in the same way like an iphone or or the galaxy. The early you know android phones were like g one and stuff like these were. This was a a phone that was basically you press down and it it It had four areas. That were that were that that. We're taking Pressure input rather than it being like a capacitor. Touch screen would not at all the same thing. But I'm just saying like it feels a little bit like Motorola was hiding this fact in plain sight and it knew that wants. The phone was released. People had a bit more time to scrutinize the design. This would eventually come out and it's interesting that the phone was originally supposed to come out in January and they would have had a way longer lead time against the sea flip than the eight days seven days eight days that they had eventually. It's that was so much more damaging to the razors potential sales numbers because not only with the Z. Flip announced and then release three days later but it is one hundred and twenty dollars cheaper and it is objectively better in almost every way. Yeah I think that was the most stark thing to take away from using the Z. Flip at you know. Just a few days after using the the razor and I wasn't at the original razor launch events so my only take was Just recently and contrasting the two. You just see that you just see how far ahead. Samsung is in just hardware fundamentals. I think you would say in terms of just the build quality of the entire thing is just the same bill quality as Galaxy S. ten but it just folds in half and just even before we get to the screen which is probably you know which is really the nail in the coffin for the the razor compared to the Z flip. Just the fact that there is proper internal specs snapdragon fifty five plus and eight Gigs Aram to fifty six storage like cameras. That actually work properly. You know just like all of the basics around the phone and it still cheaper than the razor is pretty crazy because you could see all the compromises. The Motorola had to make a new fully expected it. Because look the you know. It's the first phone released to do this. Clam Shell folding. Form factor versus this larger tablet. Type thing Like the Galaxy Fold. And so you were willing to give it a break on some of those things and then. Samsung comes out and he's like no really. You shouldn't have to give up on all of those things you can just have like a normal basically last year's flagship phone and that it also folds in half so what's interesting. Is the flip uses foldable glass. And it's the first phone to use that but we we know that it's not from corning. Corning has been teasing the fact that it's been developing a foldable glass substrate for many many years but it has not released commercially and we were thinking maybe. Samsung just slid this under the radar and used corning's glass for the first time but no in fact. Samsung invested in a company. A small company from China. That was making foldable. Glass prototypes and eventually was able to make it consistently enough in of high enough quality that they bought a majority share in the company and then started using it for the flip. And it's it's interesting because we obviously it's out today it's February fourteen so we don't know how it will hold up over the long term. It's just a fact. Samsung claims that this thing can do two hundred thousand opens and closes And the fact that you don't have to worry about like digging your nail into it and permanently damaging the screen is just a massive massive leap forward and something that obviously in a year or two. We're going to have taken for granted but this is this is major. It stands in direct contrast to the razor. And this is I. Think a very exciting product.

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Chris Urmson: Aurora CEO - Autonomous Driving

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

07:17 min | 1 year ago

Chris Urmson: Aurora CEO - Autonomous Driving

"Hello and welcome to our first episode of behind. Find The tech in twenty twenty. I'm Christina Warren. Senior cloud advocate at Microsoft. And I'm Kevin Scott all right so Kevin. It is twenty twenty which Shh is both the new year and I guess a new decade although people will get weird technicalities and it's always a great Chance to kind of look back at what's happened over the last ten years and reflect on new opportunities. Yeah I mean I it. Is I think in their industry and for human beings in general really easy to get completely used to new innovations that in our lives. But like when you think back ten years ago the world looked like a very different place than it looks right now so smartphones were just catching on. They were nowhere near as ubiquitous as they are all right now and the things that you could do on them were far far more constrained than they are right. Now I mean for. For God's sake people were renting movies from blockbuster In two thousand ten right very blockbuster was actually still a thing and instagram hadn't even been invented yet. Coley different world you know I do now that we've hit twenty twenty. Do you have any forecasts about what the next year intact might bring her even the next decade. Well well I think one of the themes that we spent a bunch of time chatting about last year on the podcast was artificial intelligence machine learning and I think we are are certainly going to see the trends that that had started in the prior year's continue to accelerate as one of the reason why I'm really interested in chatting with our guest today So autonomous vehicles. For instance. I believe are going to make AK- ton of progress over the next couple of years in particular and I'm really looking forward to seeing some of that stuff. Play out yes I couldn't agree more. It's funny I don't have a driver's license But I've actually been on a few self driving car panels over the years and I I think the technology she behind it is so fascinating. Which is why? I'm really really excited about your conversation with today's guest. Chris Armstrong and Chris is an engineer. Who's known for his work in pioneering self driving car technology? Yeah and you know one of the reasons that I'm especially interested in self driving cars and I'm looking forward to this conversation that we're about to have Chris is that There's so many ways that the world is going to change for the good once we we are able to put this technology into the hands of lots of different companies so One of the things that will hear about Aurora's. They are a company building the self off driving car technology as a platform for other companies to use to build autonomous applications. And so you know one of the things that I'm sorta hopeful for that will come into the world in the not-too-distant future is some technologies. That may help my grandmother. So I'm I'm lucky enough to have a grandma that's still still alive. She's eighty nine years old and lives in a very rural place in Virginia And she can still drive which is awesome but the day is coming where she's not going to be able to To drive her car car in the same way that she is right now and Like then it begs the question of how she has access to all of the things that she needs in order to help her live and independent life. So how does she get her prescription medicines. Like how does she get her groceries and You know just just sort of the staple things that she needs to exist. And one of the things that I think could be really incredibly beneficial with these self driving thing. Technologies is Like the possibility that you'll be able to have autonomous deliveries for people like my grandmother. I think you're absolutely right. I think the potential for the stuff is really fantastic. So let's hear more about some of the potential for this technology from Chris Aronson Guest today is Chris. Samson Christie's the CO founder and CEO Vera accompanied the bill self driving vehicle technology before founding Aurora he was CTO. Google self driving car program prior to that. Chris was a faculty member of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University where he was the technical director of the Darpa urban and grand challenge teams. I'm really excited to hear what he's up to these days. Hey Chris the the show. Thanks for having me so I love to start by learning how you got interested in technology in the first place as a kid. Were you taking engineering classes or programming classes when you were in high school. So are you discover that in college back. When I was in high school there wasn't really computer science at high school And so I Bought Oughta some kind of Tandy x eighty six clone or whatever Back when I was in probably ninth or tenth grade from money for my paper route A- and you know tried to learn to program at first where you go you know you don't if you recall this but you go to the bookstore and you'd buy You know this paperback for Back Book. That was program whatever it was and it was just the source code listing and this before C. D. Roms even pete which people probably don't even remember that that's right we Before that actually bought a commodore sixty four and of course that was exciting. Because it didn't have tape drive right right or it didn't have a floppy drive floppy yeah and five and a quarter inch. Discs that's what had YEP YEP so anyway so we was doing that and then this language C. Plus plus which seemed to be the hot new thing And so started. Actually the first programs I really learned with C. Plus plus. Wow that's rough. Yeah yeah it was a little crazy. A I mean I guess on some some level like CPS was challenging lodging first language. But the good thing is after you've mastered as downhill it's all downhill And so did. Did you know from all of this experience in high school that you wanted to get a computer science and engineering. Gary you know up in Canada so apply to you you know variety of schools got into into a couple of them And then in my senior here I met a girl Turns out now. She's my wife. And decided I wanted to stay at the University of Manitoba which is right in central Canada and Manitoba and got into the computer engineering? School computer. Seem like you know they had a future.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Examined her and she has a massive right press the press is almost like a basketball it's red and swollen with Jules it's rock hard it's huge and there's modules onto the opposite the left brass and there's lymph nodes and I could feel in both the right and the left arm pit in the opposite arm left armpit there's of masses three centimeters the cancers already traveled shoes on chemotherapy he will just to work the cancer travel to the opposite arm pit and we saw her we talked about all the options of course you could stay there and be on chemo but it's not work and doesn't make much sense we got cancer markers should never had cancer markers even though she was at one of the super pro for places she never had a pet scan and we talked about treatment and she wished to have our treatment as soon as possible she refused and the chemotherapy should be sent cables lot work and just because Kim most of our work is not a reason to call home and died chemo is Kim it's one method of treatment that works in some people but not working that well in most people and what about a man who has something totally different he's eighty nine he's very he's very surprised him with his wife had bladder cancer superficial bladder cancer through a superficial treatment Mr kinds of bladder cancer really one those superficial it's confined to the layers of the bladder inside and deep and cancer and he ultimately had superficial and deep cancer and he went again to all the super duper hospitals they found a cancer in the year and okay the year in is the two from the kidneys to the bladder so there is a cancer in the year and he was seen at one of the big hospitals and the doctors at this super duper pooper place told me either remove his kidney and the ureters ninety eight eighty nine years old okay is eighty nine years old and the.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on KOMO

"The American people to evaluate the witnesses for themselves but also to learn first hand about the facts of the president's misconduct under the rules passed by the house last week those first rounds of public hearings starting next Wednesday will be held by the house intelligence committee to lay out the evidence democratic German Adam Schiff a former prosecutor is planning to keep it tight just a handful of witnesses in several hearings over the next few weeks and under the rules Democrats can block any Republican subpoenas Republicans including senator Lindsey Graham R. railing at the process the whole process is a joke I'm not buying indicia of running a legitimate operation over there during the Bill Clinton P. ten I was called upon to give you my judgment the only major witness was independent counsel Kenneth Starr the prosecutor this time people inside the trump administration will be called to testify and White House lawyers we'll be able to make their case and cross examine witnesses Rudy shift committee will then write a report summarizing the evidence and turn it over to the Judiciary Committee under democratic chairman Jerry Nadler and then the Judiciary Committee will draft articles of impeachment those of the actual charges against trump abuse of power Democrats say will be at the top of the list and they'll vote for house of representatives votes by a simple majority to impeach the president that does not mean the president is removed from office needs to be a trial in the Senate and only if two thirds of the senators vote to convict would the president be removed something Americans have never done the two former Twitter employees have been accused of being social media spies for Saudi Arabia they were arrested this week ABC's chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas explains what they were doing for the Saudi government deeply disturbing story allegations of compromise tutor in please willing to access and steal the private information of users who are seen as critics of the Saudi government with the CIA is accused of assassinating a Washington post journalist should is released a statement saying in part quote we recognize a lynx bad actors will go to to try and undermine our service understand the incredible risks faced by many who used Twitter to share their perspectives with the world and to hold those in power accountable committed to protecting those who use our service to advocate for the quality individual freedoms and human rights in Italy an eighty nine year old Jewish Holocaust survivor has been put under police protection after receiving hundreds of threats on social media ABC's Megan Williams reports at age thirteen under Italian racial laws liana said today was sent to the death camp our streets where she was the only member of her family and part of a handful of Italian children to survive now the senator for life who has made it her mission to speak out against racial hatred is once again being targeted because after calling for Italian parliament to set up a commission to combat incitement to hatred and violence on ethnic and religious grounds I did all the a sizzling all I mean members of the far right league and brothers of Italy abstained from the vote last week when it passed anyway that's when they do lose of online hate followed including death threats this week police deemed the threats serious enough to provide two paramilitary officers to the eighty nine year old when she goes out in public prosecutors in Milan with help from Italy's anti terror police have opened an investigation into the hate messages Meghan Williams ABC news Roma Ivanka trump says families communities in countries flori sure women are invested in included in the economy president Donald trump's daughter in White House advisers are real life examples in Morocco when she met for women who are benefiting from changes that allow them to own.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on KOMO

"The American people to evaluate the witnesses for themselves but also to learn first hand about the facts of the president's misconduct under the rules passed by the house last week those first rounds of public hearings starting next Wednesday will be held by the house intelligence committee to lay out the evidence democratic chairman Adam Schiff a former prosecutor is planning to keep it tight just a handful of witnesses in several hearings over the next few weeks and under the rules Democrats can block any Republican subpoenas Republicans including senator Lindsey Graham R. railing at the process the whole process is a joke I'm not buying indicia of running a legitimate operation over there during the Bill Clinton P. ten I was called upon to give you my judgment the only major witness was independent counsel Kenneth Starr the prosecutor this time people inside the trump administration will be called to testify and White House lawyers we'll be able to make their case and cross examine witnesses Rudy shift committee will then write a report summarizing the evidence and turn it over to the Judiciary Committee under democratic chairman Jerry Nadler and then the Judiciary Committee will draft articles of impeachment those of the actual charges against trump abuse of power Democrats say will be at the top of the list and they'll vote for house of representatives votes by a simple majority to impeach the president that does not mean the president is removed from office it means to be a trial in the Senate and only if two thirds of the senators vote to convict would the president be removed something Americans have never done two former Twitter employees have been accused of being social media spies for Saudi Arabia they were arrested this week ABC's chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas explains what they were doing for the Saudi government deeply disturbing story allegations of compromise tutor in please willing to access and steal the private information of users who are seen as critics of the Saudi government with the CIA is accused of assassinating a Washington post journalist two it is released a statement saying in part quote we recognize a lynx bad actors will go to to try and undermine our service we understand the incredible risks faced by many who used Twitter to share their perspectives with the world and to hold those in power accountable committed to protecting those who use our service to advocate for the quality individual freedoms and human rights Lee an eighty nine year old Jewish Holocaust survivor has been put under police protection after receiving hundreds of threats on social media A. B. C.'s Megan Williams reports at age thirteen under Italian racial laws Liliana say today was sent to the death camp our streets where she was the only member of her family and part of a handful of Italian children to survive now the senator for life who is made it her mission to speak out against racial hatred is once again being targeted because after calling for Italian parliament to set up a commission to combat incitement to hatred and violence on ethnic and religious grounds I did all the a day since on all a main members of the far right league and brothers of Italy abstained from the vote last week but it passed anyway that's when the delusion of online hate followed including death threats this week police deemed a threat serious enough to provide two paramilitary officers to the eighty nine year old when she goes out in public prosecutors in Milan with help from Italy's anti terror police have opened an investigation into the hate messages Meghan Williams ABC news Roma Ivana trump says families communities in countries flori should women are invested in included in the economy president Donald trump's daughter in White House advisers are real life examples in Morocco when she met for women who are benefiting from changes that allow them to own land.

eighty nine year
"eighty nine year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on KOMO

"The American people to evaluate the witnesses for themselves but also to learn first hand about the facts of the president's misconduct under the rules passed by the house last week those first rounds of public hearings starting next Wednesday will be held by the house intelligence committee to lay out the evidence democratic chairman Adam Schiff a former prosecutor is planning to keep it tight just a handful of witnesses in several hearings over the next few weeks and under the rules Democrats can block any Republican subpoenas Republicans including senator Lindsey Graham R. railing at the process the whole process is a joke I'm not buying indicia of running a legitimate operation over there during the Bill Clinton P. ten I was called upon to give you my judgment the only major witness was independent counsel Kenneth Starr the prosecutor this time people inside the trump administration will be called to testify and White House lawyers we'll be able to make their case and cross examine witnesses Rudy shift committee will then write a report summarizing the evidence and turn it over to the Judiciary Committee under democratic chairman Jerry Nadler and then the Judiciary Committee will draft articles of impeachment those are the actual charges against trump abuse of power Democrats say will be at the top of the list and they'll vote for house of representatives votes by a simple majority to impeach the president that does not mean the president is removed from office needs to be a trial in the Senate and only if two thirds of the senators vote to convict would the president be removed something Americans have never done the two former Twitter employees have been accused of being social media spies for Saudi Arabia they were arrested this week ABC's chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas explains what they were doing for the Saudi government deeply disturbing story allegations of compromise tutoring please willing to access and steal the private information of users who is seen as critics of the Saudi government with the CIA is accused of assassinating a Washington post journalist should is released a statement saying in part quote we recognize a lynx bad actors will go to to try and undermine our service we understand the incredible risks faced by many who use Twitter to share their perspectives with the world and to hold those in power accountable we're committed to protecting those who use our service to advocate for the quality individual freedoms and human rights in Italy an eighty nine year old Jewish Holocaust survivor has been put under police protection after receiving hundreds of threats on social media ABC's Megan Williams reports at age thirteen under Italian racial laws Liliana say today was sent to the death camp our streets where she was the only member of her family and part of a handful of Italian children to survive now the senator for life who has made it her mission to speak out against racial hatred is once again being targeted this after calling for Italian parliament to set up a commission to combat incitement to hatred and violence on ethnic and religious grounds all the a actually since on all the main members of the far right league and brothers of Italy abstained from the vote last week when it passed anyway that's when they do lose of online hate followed including death threats this week police deemed the threats serious enough to provide two paramilitary officers to the eighty nine year old when she goes out in public prosecutors in Milan with help from Italy's anti terror police have opened an investigation into the hate messages Meghan Williams ABC news Roma at twenty and fifty past the hour on come on is your call will probably tell insurance money update new closing highs for the Dow industrials and the S. and P. five hundred today thanks largely to signs of progress in the U. S. China trade talks the Dow jumped one hundred eighty two points while the S. and P. five hundred gained eight the nasdaq rose twenty three ending within a fraction of a point to the high said on Tuesday not taking part in today's.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"An eighty nine year old woman in Tokyo who's been gaming for four decades now talk about someone who's seen the entire arc of gaming she says that all these years later gaming helps keep your mind sharp and it opens up the interesting discussion about aging player base I mean would guys were getting older to quit saying things like that and it becomes more toward its true somewhere there is painting in an attic of you think it's younger yes I know it's all. the thing is is that he you know as the millennials you know we've identified this year on the show the wireless world way less likely to put video games in a box labeled kids stuff in our heads and in our hearts and walked at stuff away twenty years still be game that is definitely a boomer and Gen X. mentality there and we don't follow in the same footsteps and yeah I I definitely think that you know as we age we're gonna keep gaming and I think that it behooves developers to recognize that there are some inherent limitations that come with aging I don't necessarily want to be sixteen playing dark souls that that's fair but I was really surprised to see that a lot of the games she's playing days gone Skyrim GTA five like you know things didn't exactly nothing that my grandma. your plan these things in there to be a mind sharp I mean this is just hand eye coordination at this point in not necessarily anything never require like twitch motor skills in the same way that maybe. who needs point though like I get upset and I don't have fun when I lose too much in over watch and have an easy is seventy years old I'm calling me losing a lot more than I am now. simply as some like you know the Grand Theft Auto you're not playing against anywhere her say. he's a really great and there's so many different ways to play those type of games you know you can take your NPCs out for tea you know either and I don't think the speaker every sis out fourteen and you can call walk in the park. no no no no no the person this is what this is in a is really just upset that he's way closer to this lady in a rest of us that's right I can make I can make that joke she's a peer review yeah. it is one. men's singles or she says are called the graphics for the recent games are truly amazing I think it's really wonderful to live as long as you get older I recommend single player games or multi player inevitably if you're on the battlefield younger players will slow them down but I think is the number of elderly players increases there will be dedicated servers or that won't be a concern.

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Texas man gives 4 minute statement before execution

Charlie Parker

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Texas man gives 4 minute statement before execution

"The state's fifth execution of the year went off without a hitch last night Billy crossing nerve paid the price for killing two women in fort worth in two thousand three death row spokesman Robert her says crossing had a four minute long final statement supporters and he did not apologize for his crime pressing her killed a seventy one year old woman and her eighty nine year old mother and stole their car after they were unable to pay him for doing odd jobs around

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Standard radiation or with surgery open a robotic success rate sixty percent with us it's ninety percent I examined his prostate hit of large prostate yeah the PSA twelve point six police and six then we turn to them and we treat him four years ago he came in this week cancer free PSA zero happy healthy intact functional this is the work that we do every day we do this every day why because this is what we do this is what I do this is my life's work and what I like to do try to make people better and that's what we do and were commonly successful the vast majority of patients that we treat our cancer free like this woman fifty three years old she's a black woman I say that because of the black community the death rate from breast cancers double she's fifty three years old using gate she brought her fiance with her she has two children should mammograms just six months ago which was said to be negative and then she's felt mass in the breast actually your doctor first of all the mass of the left breast and she felt it then and should scans and MRI and ultrasound inches from the have to lesions that are left press and two biopsies both cancerous and often when people have multiple tumors of the breast surgeon center reporter wish to do a mastectomy and she didn't want that he just did not want to have a mastectomy that's why she came here to have non invasive treatment she works in occupational therapy she's engages three children I met her about her fiance we discuss cancer examined her I called the pathologist because wasn't clear whether the they were biopsy the same lesion or differently and in fact there were two separate lesions of the breast and the patient learned about it and we talked to her about all the options including non invasive our treatment for breast cancer and what about a man who called me sixty years old with a T. three PSA five point five prostate cancers biopsy showed fourteen of fourteen cores positive for Gleason eight cancers divorced as a daughter K. with his girlfriend and years ago I was given testosterone and the well the data is conflicting there's always a concern that people getting testosterone might increase their chance of having prostate cancer he was seen by surgeons sees declined surgery he wishes are treatment he understands what the Gleason eight cancer that most likely was surgery the surgeon will fail most likely the cancer come back in the surgery would take away his quality of life and he wants to keep his quality of life and his life that's why you came here and what about a man who came with a long history as prostate cancer in the past treatment for that bladder cancer and now is a cancer the year under the two between the kidney and the bladder and the surgeons want to remove the kid in the end the year and he's eighty nine years old he's a service country service said he was in the military was in New York City police U. K. with his wife he has five kids in his heart disease and heart valve replacement history of prostate cancer bladder cancer and he does not want.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Entertainment or the also between you know Davis I think I have a tip for newlyweds for the for newlyweds are those are just about to get married if you want to be able to take your wedding films and it doesn't cost you anything besides photographer right away but a background just come downtown every night that we do the show there is you seem right here across the street here at this across from the from our studios here at the Chicago theatre there's always someone taking your picture in front of the marquee because they can make their picture black and white and by the way most times and not you see a woman in her wedding dress and a man in his tuxedo investing in the middle of the street here state like so they can have the the classic marquee over their shoulder their request it's cheap right not me as if I didn't cost me anything that the marquis is right there so you just bring the photographer down right top photographers little bit of touch up to get everything else out of the picture this happens all the time yeah I love I love this having usually like on a Monday night random Monday night I think he they might if they might give you a Monday night Saturday it's like a line one of their right but alley yeah you would literally see the wedding party in the alley standing waiting for our turn yeah that's so funny one of your cubs post game conversation in our next half hour here on ESPN one thousand I don't usually say this I usually send off the year and at the end of the show but there's been a hell of a show already has been quite the program here we've got a lot of different conversations and topics you're already through the first half the program that's why we ask you to go check out the end of the podcast you're tuning in eight thirty seven because the cubs have are down in Philly looking for your sports talk there's a lot of it here the first half hour and a half yeah check it out under the hood which either the podcast all right as a whole bunch of stories are to get to yesterday so we'll try to get through all these eighty nine year old Florida woman battles and kills a six foot snake after each visiting birds course Tallahassee Florida this brought by a snake targeting her beloved backyard birds and squirrels an eighty nine year old woman took matters into our own hands killing the six foot long serpent with a hammer to the head yes Darlene Iceman she's gonna lean Iceman ESPN one thousand hello see we we have on the bears yes go right ahead yeah I want to say what do you feel about the players into the game moving into two thousand nineteen again our division what's your name Sir it is Mitchell from destroying our hang on Mitchell so Darlene Iceman has been noticing birds were missing from one of her feeders at her Tallahassee home right so this is crazy about three weeks ago has been looking in horror when she saw a snake slither out of a bird box where is she been watching a nest of three baby blue birds by be tended by their parents the snake's throat had a tell tale bulge I started crying and you know what to do clearly the snake had gone after some of these birds right because there's a bulge in his throat or her throat right she is so she decided to do is you know the stake went down open to a wooden floor a box when out of sight she moved all the places and still couldn't find the snake then she finally found the snake and well she pretty much cut off the head of the snake bite to hit again get a hammer to the head of that snake killing the snake the birds and squirrels are beginning to return to her garden and and she loves that that's why she killed the reptile so she has you know is eighty nine years old she wants to steal has joy watching the birds around her garden around her in our place in the snake was there and she took care of it so there's no like there's the fuse didn't or get a restaurant yeah she didn't want the snake feeding on our extraterrestrial pets I guess she just didn't want it anymore funny how people take ownership of animals and have love for animals like squirrels raccoons and don't touch them like if you see a raccoon rummaging through your garbage can or damaging your property you want to get a mafia properties you'll have a neighbor looking at you so you know what are you doing that leave him alone he's not doing anything to a lucky man you yes you might be doing nothing to maybe doing some my garbage is going to take you to rip up all my garbage and looking through for the last you can bond I had last Tuesday but if the last purchase chicken bones are you gonna just chew on like what you're messing up my driveway most of my alley that way yeah absolutely so do you think of the bears this your match you know what I really like your inside I thank you a lot of deaths the nineteen eighty two like ticket drafted judge sold sources from HBO says that there's going to be some college football programs that's going to be on like the kind of what we see here with H. B. O. on real sports and in the are not show H. B. O. the negotiations would for college football teams Alabama Arizona state Penn state and Washington state to create a behind the scenes access show this season and so here's the thing I don't know if if Alabama is going to want to do this kind of who they are they don't mind a little bit of behind the scenes but I don't think so expect them now here's where you can get cameras would home in Arizona state he's all for gold oh oh my god gold you you if you're looking for some quality firms just preaching to those kids at Arizona state going to the sun devils I'll be glad to do it Penn state teams Franklin's preachy and fake I don't like him you have a bone to pick this code does not mean it's not real men he wins though give a damn well you're right he does with it the two on this list though would be Mike leach a Washington state because he's always interesting and weird and Arizona state I'll the Alabama would give you that real inside access and Penn state you know they'll they'll do it because they want to put a better shot of the program you know post turnover and see how things turn around but only James Franklin there that's enough I think outside of those four maybe Ryan day because this post urban Meyer to see how he does that would be cool interested now yeah yes so I think that those are those who but this'll Penn state I'm not interested but there is always stayed for that thing well you you have a if there is and I understand why she would do this some NFL teams just don't want to do it like the bears will never do it they would never have that kind of you'll never get they can access not interested in love your magic imagine the carriage H. B. O. down in Champaign Urbana almanac not Missy heroes losing again here is not a loss here is another big old right beer that's who I am we haven't wanted now take your questions all you got nothing Simeon rice to coach the bears I should coach the bears the future but definitely Illinois I think they'll be a good choice might be some violations of I just it may be that brother I understand but I just think they beat you know it if the next coach could should be someone who you know has the in with Illinois I try to push lobby out the lobbies in their schedules questions I'm self out see gosh this must be a leftover Eric one Brazilian president plans to save the environment he says that you have to poop less it's enough to it's enough to eat a little less says the president of Brazil you talk about environmental pollution it's enough to prove every other day that will be better for the whole world so president Bossard Wallace on a roll says that pooping every other day might save the life of the environment that's just ridiculous don't tell people what they need doing there back in the same environment is that the really the level of the answer so ridiculous are you until somebody do what to do with their own bowels and in the other way low management I understand don't give the US government any ideas because that might be needed please say it one of the one of video shows a man swinging from a pipe at a fat controller night club for water cascades down so police want to speak to a man in a CC TV vision swinging from an overhead overhead water pipes are causing it to burst and flooded a popular city night club the vision appears to show a young man dancing on a table at the fat controller where is affected before he grabs onto an overhead pipe well you can see that happening a mile away right somebody in in some bad club they have overhead pipes that's all we could see it like you there's no there's no real ceiling there's pipes yeah it's it's exposed and someone grabbed the pipe start thinking to do some really smart and this pipe bursts swinging from a pipe and then of course the the water comes down oh my god this guy is it's the Rebecca reared in a twenty two of Melrose park let the club she turned around she got sprayed with water there's chaos there was water everywhere all of it so I don't see any charges here for these stories like where is that these people need to be in jail for something like I'm gonna find I'll probably talk it up as a way to share come it's like these stories over was part all these things are not good and I don't see any I don't see any charges for for these people and that is tales from the hood right here on ESPN one thousand ESPN up I will have our cubs postgame show coming up we'll hear from David Schoenfeld who covers Major League Baseball for ESPN dot com will be with us coming in at a clock out of course throwback Thursday they'll be part of the mix as.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on KGO 810

"Kong was lost in nineteen ninety seven that was when the agreement was the the made the turn over the Chinese and everything he said it was just a question of when sure China would collect and it's happening now because who's going to stop nobody now on an entirely different note it is time for a very important updates Armstrong and get a democratic nominee update the twenties twenty election updated once again medical observer and prognosticator Marshall Phillips has not shown up yet another wind out of the trio of hopefuls that he picked to drop out of the race first he is scoring a second time this time it's eighty nine year old the Mike Gravelle these making it official he is out he was still running the former senator from Alaska running is an interesting term when you're talking about and he he find your old the former senator from Alaska ending his quixotic presidential campaign is exit from the campaign race announced on his Twitter page which is managed by two teenagers from New York so two of your three Gravelle and swallow are out indeed zero you're his third win messages on milk cartons across the street from Miramar Florida is mayor Wayne Messer still in the race by looking for an exit I'm sure in the race what he filed some papers awhile back he's not in any race you've won Marshall we need a viable state stakes of this bad our state excellent that your news not Marshall full of Serbs started getting show that conscience of the nation the only real stakes if you ask me all rights are all men you have a particular human being you're looking for to take it out for some nice beef I'll have to consider this perhaps a co worker perhaps not so now we're all supposed to curry favor for me super so back to the awfulness sixty six people were shot and twelve killed in Chicago this weekend yeah and it would be many more but for the skills for trauma surgeons so you know for a variety of reasons and some of makes sense when a single person does that sort of damage the whole country stops and asks why if twelve people get killed by twelve different people individually in one town and that happens weekend after weekend after weekend after year after year after year after year that that doesn't get much attention it's a different disease no doubt no doubt to do them but they're both terrible terrible disease and part of it I mean some of it does make sense part of it I'm not gonna get shot by a Chicago gang banger right there's a zero chance of that right there's not much chance but there is some chance of a mass shooter shown above somewhere I so if you have horrible ideas indefensible vicious ideas where do you go to get reinforced and justified in get that push you need to enact them you are well The Washington Post they'll tell us about the dark corners of the web next strong and getting on KGO eight ten TGO going back to five eighty with KGO is marked the adult sponsored by check chancy gold resort and.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on WJR 760

"All right we've got a commission on the savage nation and we are talking about the ignition of America by the moon landing the lunar landing by JFK's vision why did he have a vision is a president in the and he never he never lived to see the the on the lunar landing as I say I was a very young man I was deeply affected by Kennedy's speeches and by the race to the moon by the landing on the moon and now I look at where we are today presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg says white supremacy could be an issue that ends this country it's unbelievable how far we've fallen that people of such gutter trash level are even considered for the presidency you got garbage just human trash I have no other words for you don't understand me don't get me angry on people because I get very mad when I get angry I don't want to be angry today when you compare the filth that wants to be president on the Democrat side and what they would do to this country to what went on during that era when we had a Democrat who loved America and don't compare the two biggest today they call a white supremacist the varmint the vermin running for office today would call JFK a white supremacist that's all I would say these morons some talking about Apollo eleven and how I was inspired by it I was inspired by it greatly then the movie first man you have to see it Neil Armstrong buzz Aldrin some of the greatest man in history and interesting enough they were all first fighter pilots that astronauts of really the right stuff you talk about the right stuff show buzz Aldrin is invited to the White House last week by the president trump and it's a beautiful thing to see this eighty nine year old American and world hero in the White House it was beautiful to see and the vermin on Twitter start attacking him because he was with trump and I'm trying to tell you what's wrong with social media it permits people of no human value whatsoever wastes of you in the end I now think that they're equal to great people because they can treat something they think that that makes them equal to the person that they're attacking let me tell you something it does not make you weak will it make sure nothing is still a nobody whether it's me or attacking a buzz Aldrin or president trump however you want you're still nobody you still nothing even though you tweet although you treat your still nobody there was a great philosopher who wrote so I think therefore I am and you think that you write this I tweet therefore I am you tweet therefore you're not you tweet therefore you're still nothing you're still a nobody that nobody knows and that's the problem with social media so we're going to focus on the big man the band of done something on the earth that's worth admiring that inspires humanity and of course that would be Neil Armstrong buzz Aldrin and the other astronauts it would be John F. Kennedy who had the vision to create NASA and to to push that program it would be Richard Nixon and his great speech when they landed on the moon what a president he was he was so under under represented as a great president he really was eight five five four hundred seven two eight two is the phone number I ask you were you inspired at the time by that.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"He was eighty nine years old your listening to ABC news it's five ten now and we've got your traffic and weather together every ten minutes let's check back with dean has brought you by Comcast business right and down to the split is about fifteen minutes on eastern cap cities selling all all it's not all that bad hi to rose reels no ten minutes on Douglas Boulevard is where you get there and get off yeah that L. gross out by five forty minute ride for you but about ninety minutes every using ninety nine which is pretty much trouble free right now you have to slow down but no accidents otherwise at Folsom twenty seven minutes to full symbol of art on ninety nine the he found fifty I've lost my place in the program let's restart downtown a full good afternoon I was you keeping score at all twenty seven there were protests from a fulsome on eastbound fifty the Boulevard well my goodness and that we did have an accident there working a westbound fifty fifty night still working that went down that day was westbound eighty twelve minutes to mace Boulevard and by the way we have an accident eastbound eighty north gave its backing traffic give well past El Camino there every day and Comcast business is helping businesses big and small go beyond the expected to do the extraordinary because beyond a simple transaction there's making a customer for life Comcast business beyond fast take your business beyond at Comcast business dot com traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons data has news ninety three point one K. and VK mostly cloudy night with a low sixty one tomorrow partly cloudy in ninety one Thursday sunny in ninety five and then we're going to be at or above one hundred.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Shopping spree at their local supermarket Ryan Warren and Chantal Leroux were excited when they won this contest held by the grocery people, so Warren, couldn't wait to fill up his pantry with free food. But then he realized this would be a great opportunity to give so the couple contacted the Calgary foodbank mapped out a plan of you days before the big shopping spree. Their first stop was diapers and baby food with fifty seconds on the clock and a five hundred dollar calf. They grabbed five hundred ninety three dollars items since they went over the grocery people chipped in the extra ninety three bucks the couples kind act didn't. And there Warren who owns best west window tinting also approached a few car dealerships. He works with and raised into juvenile fifteen hundred. To present to the food Bank. Uber drivers also proven herself to be guardian angel in disguise after she helped to transform the home of an elderly veteran who is living in deplorable conditions last week. Our name is Lauren. She was called it a hospital to pick up an eighty nine year old veteran named Ronald demner. The senior had been discharged the hospital. She brought him back to his home expecting him to be greeted by family members or caregivers when they arrive, she realized the lived alone, there is nobody there to his dog 'cause everybody had passed away in his life. She helped the senior into his home and was shocked by what she found the house was filthy mold in the bathrooms everywhere. The rugs were soiled it was it was horrible. So she tried to, to help him clean up, his houses, best, she could even back and tried to visit Uber driver, by the way, went back and tried to help but she's a single parent, their kids can stay alone. He can't pay. So she went to Facebook and said, look, I wanna help this guy, but pitas natty money. And so since this isn't a week since then over eight hundred people have joined the Facebook group to help clean, the house, fake, repair stock the refrigerator and feed the volunteers, they've been able to remove all the garbage, the carpeting the bad furniture. They planet repairing the rooms and recruiting an expert to take care of all the mold, and basically fixes guy's house of completely, and this all started because of an Uber driver..

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on AP News

"And eight eighty nine years old sheriff Jay Jones says the number of people reported missing has been greatly reduced current number. We're looking at is approximately seven to eight people come down way down actually from what we've initially had and the search for the missing goes on. We're concentrating on specific pockets the search is not as in a broad spectrum. A lot of heavy equipment coming into these particular areas that we're using to pick up a big portions of the debris to do searches under those areas and authorities say most of the ninety people injured in the tornado in Alabama have been released from hospital. A Senate committee is hearing testimony today about the recent spread of measles and other diseases thought to be erased by vaccinations, Ohio teenager, Ethan Linden. Burgers, mother did not believe. In vaccination, catching up on my misdemeanor, despite my mother's. Disapproval Linden burger defied his mother, and he told senators he tried to convince her to change her mind and one such instance, where I approach my mother with information from the CDC that claims vaccines cause autism. She responded with that's what they want. You to think skepticism and worry were taking the forefront. In terms of information. The US has countered accounted more measles cases. In the first two months of twenty nineteen than all of twenty seventeen the American Medical Association. Planned Parenthood filed the lawsuit in federal court challenging a new Trump administration rule changing criteria for family planning grant money in ways approved by opponents of abortion, a former Adidas executive in two other men received prison sentences in a widespread college basketball recruiting scandal. The tainted two dozen schools, they're accused of funneling illegal payments to families of recruits to Louisville, Kansas and North Carolina State. This is AP radio news. Some of her friends are going to be honoring Aretha Franklin. It's easy to picture smokey Robinson and Aretha Franklin is to the great singers of the modern era. It might be a little trickier. Imagining.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Story is out of the land, Florida. It's one eighty nine year old guy named Dominic Maltby was pulled over last week for having a headlight out on his car, but he was on probation and had a suspended license. So instead of waiting around for the cops to come to his window. Dominic decided to make a run for it. So he dishes car and after sprinting for a few minutes. Dominic picked the hiding spot behind a tree in a field. And it might have worked if it weren't for some crimefighting horses. That's right showed up to save the day there were three horses in the field. And they apparently didn't like Dominic invading their space. They started chasing him and he wound up running across the field. Screaming jumping over a fence to get away where he is promptly arrested by the officer who could barely control his laughter. Dominic is now facing several charges including resisting arrest fleeing and eluding driving suspended license and a probation violation. And I'm sure those horses will get some sort of metal job to them. This next laser story is out of Boulder, Colorado. Thirty-seven-year-old? Jared Womack was with a friend last week, and they agreed to exchange two pairs of pants that they had they did it. So Jared could look good for an appointment that he had. Unfortunately, though, Jared decided that he didn't like the pair that he got and to deal with it. He pulled out a knife and stabbed his friend in the back. How you deal with a bad trade? Okay. Stabbed.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"Of parenthood so he's going to help us merge his professional training on parenting and his personal experience with parenting on today's episode so i'm so honored to welcome tony over bay two three and thirty podcasts good morning tony hey rachel how are you i'm good i'm so glad that we're finally doing this interview after corresponding for a few months it's been great and i to tell you that wasn't very fair to have funny things that you're saying in your intro and i can't chime in and i thought you know just you wanna hear me snort while during the intro and so i hit mute on my mic but you got to snorts during the intro just want you for the good good that's good to know so i wanted to tell the listeners that when you reached out to a couple of months ago and asked if i ever have male guests on the show i consider having a male on and at the time i said i've never had a male but we'll certainly have you on but then i remembered that i did have my eighty nine year old grandpa come on the line cast ready so you're not the first male but you're in very good company because my grandpa is amazing so to your grandpa that's right so i've been listening to your podcast or the last few months and loving it and gaining lots of insight into myself and my parenting one of the things i've heard you talk about is a parenting approach called nurtured heart parenting you bet entered heart approach yeah the nurtured heart approach okay and that you've you've talked about how it's been effective for you with your own kids and i think that it could be really helpful for any listeners who found themselves in the scenario like i described at the beginning so i just i just wanted to dive right in and have you tell us about the nurtured heart approach you bet and i already go bad if some of these things if people have heard me speak before there's a couple of kind of goto bits i love to share about this and one of them is i went to.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Goes wrong that they're going to talk to a human that actually cares about them and that is going to work there but off to get their money back to them or maybe they got their money maybe they have no idea that their money is actually there but they're going to talk to somebody who's going to lead them through the blockchain and teach them how to look up an address and find their money on the blockchain right we do a lot of tip part of a typical support date is a lot of education which is great and we see the gamut we see i think our oldest customers been like eighty nine years old jeez really yeah yeah the support engineer that talks to him all the time right they've created this relationship because they know that they can go to exodus and they're going to get their question answered whether it's about exodus or whether it's not about we had a break bring his bag the eighty nine person that's using exodus while it what's what's their deal because now that's that's amazing it's amazing one grandfather doesn't know how to use his cellphone properly and what's the motivation behind that eighty nine year old to get into you know using crypto is an investment i mean assume that he's like is for his kids investment is for his own personal investment is you thinking that the future was the tech guy i haven't actually personally talked to that customer so we have a whole host of what we would call i guess senior customers i used to have the gentleman who would email me all the time and as soon as aid email me he didn't like using computers he's in the bitcoin wants us the wallet he's not into computers but he would ask me to call him every time brands so i'd get on the phone with them.

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"eighty nine year" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"eighty nine year" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"Melancholy wait listen you know what i have a great idea what days at reigning because like i feel like that would be like a really good shot because i reigning is like it's moody it's like sad it's depressing so let's not fill my walk up in the sunshine let's film it in the fuck and rain ari might be lucifer and i think that blondy should shave his head or some one and see if we find a six six six birthmark because i am petrified so i'm watching this sitting on my couch drinking a curio like that eighty nine year old woman that i am and i see chris harrison then comes back and pretty much no one's clapping you know there is i could probably like someone who's like everybody clapped clap and everybody just looks like physically ill like i'm surprised that they didn't have barth bags like when you go on an airplane i feel like every chair should have had a bar bag that's how disturbing this footage was um and so yes who chris harrison's like either those it's still not over it's still not over no because it's auto it's not over it was the longest seen in the history of the fucking world the longest unedited seen especially once really mess about it you can look at everybody in the audience like all of their faces they're all weird it out then they go back to the scene because again it's not over and he sits.

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