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Politician, Cardiss Collins
"Today's politician was one of the longest serving women of color in the US Congress. She spent several of her over two decades of service being the only black woman in the chamber. Let's talk about Cardis Collins. CARDIS. Robertson. Was Born on September twenty fourth nineteen thirty one in Saint Louis Missouri. When cardis turned ten, her family moved to Detroit where she attended high school. After graduation, cardis moved to Chicago to live with her grandmother and find a job. She worked in a mattress factory before joining the Illinois Department of Labor as a stenographer. At the same time, she also studied accounting at Northwestern University. In. Nineteen fifty eight Cardis Mary George W Collins. The couple had a son Kevin the following year. After graduating from college in Nineteen, Sixty, seven, Cardis was promoted to secretary then became an accountant and auditor for the Illinois Department of Revenue. All the while she supported her husband's campaigns, for Alderman, committee men and US representative. Cardis also gained her first direct political experience as Committee Woman of the Twenty Fourth Ward Democratic Organization. In nineteen seventy George won seat in the US House representing the predominantly African American west side of Chicago. He was elected following the death of his predecessor. He served two terms and was particularly passionate about improving the lives of black people serving in the military. Shortly, after winning election to serve another term George died in a plane crash. Carts was devastated by the loss of her husband. Through her grief. She announced her candidacy to fill her husband's congressional seat. She was supported by the city mayor and won the nomination with eighty four percent of the vote. She then won the election on June Fifth Nineteen, seventy-three with ninety, two percent of the vote that made Cardis the first black woman to represent Illinois in Congress. Transition into her new congressional role wasn't easy. She was politically inexperienced and wasn't confident enough to voice all of her opinions right away. She relied on her colleagues to show her the ropes and she later said once people learned I had something to say I gained confidence. Hardest is main goal is a representative was to improve life for the on Chicago's West Side. Along with other low income communities and people of color across the country. She always kept the well being of her constituents as her main focus. Spending eight days a month in her district to remain accessible. Because of the attention, she paid her voters she went back her seat comfortable margins for two straight decades. Throughout her tenure, she would serve on several committees including the influential committee on Energy and Commerce. She started serving on the committee on government operations. She participated in two different subcommittees later, working to tighten regulations on the transportation of toxic materials and improve air travel safety. In nineteen seventy nine. Cardis was elected president of the Congressional Black Caucus. She was only the second woman to earn this honor. She openly criticized President Jimmy Carter's record on civil rights, as well as his failure to make Dr Martin Luther King Junior's birthday a national holiday. Cards spent much of her time in Congress defending affirmative action programs and ensuring equal funding and attention to women and people of Color. Curtis staunchly advocated Breast Cancer Awareness. In nineteen ninety, she wrote a law expanding Medicare coverage for elderly and disabled women to receive. Mammograms. She also designated October as national breast cancer awareness month. In nineteen ninety-seven after twelve consecutive terms cardis decided not to run for re election she returned to Chicago and later decided to move to Alexandria Virginia. She passed away on February third twenty thirteen. She was eighty one years old. Cars Collins overcame grief and hesitation to speak up and make a positive difference for people in her district and across the country.
Roads Become Rivers: Nearly 4 Million Chinese Evacuated Or Displaced From Flooding
"To China now, where vast swath of the country are being hammered by flooding it is some of the worst China has seen in more than two decades. NPR's Emily Fang looks into why this year's flooding is worse than usual. It's an highly lost his job in uniform factory a few hours away because of the coronavirus pandemic. So he came home to an we province his troubles did not end bear in. July weeks of torrential rain. Let the small river near his house to swell an overflow. When Nike woke up in a panic. Radio, the water was suddenly up to my chest. I couldn't lift my motor out of could barely walk because the ground therm too slippery mud. So Dong put his bedridden eighty one year old mother and a large plastic wash. And pushed her into a rescue. A week after the flood, he gives me a tour of his earth in home just outside the city of hoofing it's unfit to live in. The Water down our electricity's lines, walls are now falling down. Dengue is among the estimated three point seven million people displaced or evacuated across China due to flooding. He now lives in a classroom in a local public school while waiting for new housing. The country's water resources ministry says the worst point in mid July four, hundred, thirty, three rivers rose to dangerous levels. Some broke through dams or overflowed their banks flooding nearby villages like hoopoe in an we province. Up. The road in front of our house became a river. We were stuck at our house for days with only some bread water and instant noodles like almost all the others tongue and funds home cocoa village is now surrounded by submerged field in damp furniture a layer of scummy water covering her lost harvest. She points to the dark swath of mildew that now grows on her wall and nearly extends to the ceiling. That's how high the water rose on three separate occasions in July. Tongue in her sixties says this part of on we has seasonal flooding every year, but it was only in the last decade that the water would rise above her angles. Show. Because they're. Back, whenever it rains too much they released the water from the dams. But. The water floods are village and we suffer in one thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight began building the first of nine dams diversionary barriers near hookup deregulate seasonal flooding by collecting runoff into reservoirs today the dams provide hydropower and drinking water to nearby cities as well. But during extreme rains, authorities are forced to suddenly release the water. So there's a decision of basically not how much the rivers will flood but where will the Rivers Flood Ryan Studies China's river management at. The Stinson Center a think tank he explains Engineers Must Make Utilitarian Calculus about where to release water other countries including the US also face greater flood risks because it's mostly because again, we are living in places where the rivers had become engineered to allow us to live there but the engineering is not able to cope with nature and so nature's getting the best of US those living downstream in an we mostly in sparse rural communities. No this hard truth which the. A resident of Hokkaido village explains. What's on? Water us even more people will be drilled. Due to climate change when accident of nature heavier rainfall means precarious existence for the four hundred, fifty, million Chinese residents who live along the mighty Yangtze River or its many tributaries. Farmer my Yosi recounts the sudden flooding July. The envelopes his home in the village as he takes his water buffaloes out for us when. We only know when Damn Surrey's water when the water enters our homes, there's no heads up. Barely rescued his sheep he points to his heard of water buffalo. Luckily, they float naturally process. He then gives a sharp talk. Paulina's heard out of the water. It's time to go back inside. because. It's raining again. Emily Fang Pure News, her fe and we province.
Feds to execute 1st inmate in 17 years for Arkansas murders
"The first federal execution in seventeen years is set to happen this afternoon over the objection of some of the victims family and in the wake of coronavirus concerns Daniel Lewis Lee was convicted of killing the Muellers in nineteen ninety six in Arkansas yesterday a federal appeals court said he could die by lethal injection at terra hope prison Monica Velez whose aunt and cousin were murdered says it's too dangerous for the family including her eighty one year old grandmother to be there with the corona virus the justice department disclosed a staff member preparing the execution tested positive for the coronavirus should do this right now when it is someone saying feels like a slap in the face to our family the family will appeal to the Supreme Court they'd long been asking only serve life in prison instead but say they still have a right to witness an execution meanwhile the feds of schedule two more executions this week I'm Julie Walker
Hong Kong police arrest democracy activists, media tycoon
"Hong Kong police have arrested at least fourteen veteran pro democracy lawmakers activists and the media tycoon on charges of joining unlawful protests last year calling for democratic reforms but I'm not so you're doing a media briefing Hong Kong police superintendent long wing ho informed that the arrested persons were twelve men and two women between the ages of twenty four to eighty one he explained that the charges concerned authorities call illegal assemblies in Hong Kong island and counter when on three occasions in August and October last year among those arrested was eighty one year old activist and former lawmaker Martine leave a number of pro democracy lawmakers in Hong Kong what charge in February over their involvement in a mass anti government demonstration on the thirty first of August last year I'm sorry I shockingly
"Lean On Me" singer Bill Withers dies at 81
"Grammy Award winning singer and a songwriter bill withers has died his family says he died from heart complications he was eighty one years old the singer had very big heads with lean on me and eight no sunshine and just the two of us during the nineteen seventies and eighties he was also nominated for nine Grammys and won it three times withers was born in West Virginia and joined the navy when he was seventeen years old after leaving the navy he then moved to Los Angeles he began his music career he released his first album in nineteen seventy
Lean On Me, Lovely Day singer Bill Withers dies at 81
"The existing bill withers has died just as it did in the nineteen seventies the song lean on me bill withers and from to love friendship and support resonates to this very day recently healthcare workers choirs musicians and others have posted renditions of the song online as the world bands together to fight the corona virus pandemic but with those stirring voice and songs about life almost did not become part of our collective sound tracks he was a stutter as a child but overcame that to create some amazingly relatable songs including ain't No sunshine grandma's hands and lovely day his career was brief you left off in the music business in the mid nineteen eighties but not before earning three Grammys and a spot in the rock and roll hall of fame his family says weathers died from heart complications he was eighty one years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
'Lean on me' singer Bill Withers dies at 81
"Hi this is this kind of sad a bill withers has died singer bill withers he boy he had some hits back in the seventies boy that have stood the test of time lean on me and I don't know I'm shine six songs use me up another great one use me up a great song according to a statement from his family bill withers died in Los Angeles from heart complications mmhm he was eighty one years old lean on me was performed at the presidential inaugurations of both Barack Obama and Bill Clinton by the way yeah how many times did you say I know when I know well thirty seven twenty twenty six twenty six I was way when is that I was way over I'm not going to win the big prize sorry yeah boy I will miss him he was something
Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally dies from coronavirus complications
"Sorry to tell you that Terrence McNally has died he was a playwright whose popular musicals included kiss of the spider woman and ragtime McNally lived eighty one years he survived lung cancer he had pulmonary problems and died of complications from coronavirus Jeff London has this appreciation at last year's Tony's Terrence McNally received a lifetime achievement award for carrying an oxygen tank he talked about all the things he loved I love being a playwright the hours are flexible and you don't have to wear a tie unless you're invited to the Tonys and it was Terrence McNally in and not shelled self deprecating funny and completely aware of his audience he was a true gentleman of the theater in a career that stretched for six decades he wrote three dozen plays ten musicals and the librettos for four operas can you think of another writer who has had the variety of work that he's German intelligence acted love valour compassion which one Terrence McNally his first Tony Award in nineteen ninety five it was one of his many plays which looked at K. life what drove him was this need to write down his true your speak honestly from his heart that was what he knew he understood that when he was writing from that place that it would translate to anyone and even though the play was about eight K. men coping with aids it was also wickedly funny here's a character played by Nathan lane yes if you're sick of comedy
Terrence McNally, Tony award-winning playwright, dies of coronavirus complications
"Sorry to tell you that Terrence McNally has died he was a playwright whose popular musicals included kiss of the spider woman and ragtime McNally lived eighty one years he survived lung cancer he had pulmonary problems and died of complications from coronavirus Jeff London has this appreciation at last year's Tony's Terrence McNally received a lifetime achievement award carrying an oxygen tank he talked about all the things he loved I love being a playwright the hours are flexible and you don't have to wear a tie unless you're invited to the Tonys and it was Terrence McNally in and not shell self deprecating funny and
"eighty one years" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Want to be on her show this weekend I know she likes well we're gonna make some dean and bacon well hello there that's right bean and bacon soup now you didn't exactly light go out and get the beans and cook up the bacon their old man Steve you didn't do that I just love to get out of the store and I didn't but I wouldn't put it in a pan and heat it up and I really there that really is my favorite because I I'm I'm from the south and the cooking up a pot of beans and something that but you do and I've done girl I would've had growing up so this is the closest thing I can get to cooking a pot of being inclusive fiber in the loop since I'm by myself are you know you can't cook up a big portion of the vein so Candice Bergen is good and and then it's good for you Sir as you know what I I am so honored Steve thank you so much for joining us and thanks for making that tick tock video I think we all need to give Steve around add ons the eighty one years old right eighty one years old I wanna meet how what do you think the average ages on tech talk on the average is like sixteen right as has a twelve but it went higher now imagine if he started dancing that would man living fearlessly huge okay let me tell you something you can always count on me to find the most innovative products and services when it comes to living the best digital life and a lot of you are like me we have just tapes and photos and a thirty five millimeter slides they are they're sitting in boxes or their city in picture frames are there sitting in photo albums and you don't know quite what to do with them and so a couple weeks ago I've been so jazzed and so excited to tell you about one of our great new sponsors I'm memories dot com because you are going to experience joy like you've never had before because here's what's going to happen I had sent in about ten videos I clicked on the first one and here comes in about a year and a half later arms up in the air close the hands they had to had to had to have died and I'm like I'm like oh my god we're My Baby girl now is like a huge man I've really have forgotten how and durable that Ian was in another one I am actually videotaping Ian was very embarrassed asking me like how does my hair look and I didn't realize that I was I was that way still that unlike very nobody cares about your hair I'm taking a video of Ian and that's this is a whole on the tape if you have any videos or photos at home that you haven't seen in decades I you'll have to tell you you have to check out my memories dot com they are the only provider that offers instant viewing and sharing on your mobile device in the act now this is what I'm talking about so what you're gonna do is gonna send I. memories your video tapes for film rose your photos they are going to convert all of them but to a digital format of your choice of course you get the DVD the thumb drive but what I want to do is select the cloud because everyone gets a free digital file you can.
Chicago's ‘Starved Rock Killer’ Chester Weger To Be Released From Prison Next Week
"The Starbright killers expected to get out of prison decks week eighty one year old Chester waiter will soon be a free man for the first time since his arrest in nineteen sixty eight months after three suburban Chicago women were found fatally beaten in starved rock Illinois prisoner review board granted parole to waiter in late
Atlanta Police: Man runs into traffic after allegedly killing mom
"New this morning a forty five year old when it County man is behind bars accused of killing his eighty one year old mother officer CJ relic for tells channel two action news the suspect tried to kill himself after the murder at a home also Swanee creek road when I kind of police received a nine one one call on Buford highway that a male was was intentionally intentionally run run into into the the street street using using his his body body forced forced to to strike strike himself himself upon upon income income on on coming coming traffic traffic the the victim victim was was pronounced pronounced dead dead at at a a local local hospital hospital she'd she'd suffered suffered multiple multiple injuries to her face police have not revealed a motive for the murder or what type of weapon was used in the attack
Bernie Madoff seeks early release due to end-stage renal disease
"Convicted Ponzi scheme mastermind Bernie made off says he's dying in a new legal filing the disgraced Wall Street investor claims he's got less than eighteen months to live and is seeking an early release from prison the eighty one year old is currently serving a one hundred and fifty year prison sentence in North Carolina for operating the largest Ponzi scheme in history defrauding investors of billions of dollars made office end stage renal disease and is hoping for some compassion from the court Brian shook NBC news
Madoff seeks prison release, citing terminal kidney failure
"Hi Mike Rossio reporting Bernie made off is seeking a release from prison for medical reasons Bernard made off the disgraced investment adviser serving a one hundred fifty year prison sentence for orchestrating an epic Ponzi scheme is asking to be released from prison due to serious medical conditions and attorney filed court papers Wednesday saying the eighty one year old made off has end stage kidney disease and other chronic serious medical conditions and has less than eighteen months to live prosecutors are expected to file a motion in response to the request made off pleaded guilty in two thousand nine to eleven federal counts for defrauding thousands of clients of billions of dollars over decades
US life expectancy climbs for the first time in 4 years as drug overdose and cancer deaths decline
"Well there's been a turnaround in life expectancy in the U. S. CBS news correspondent but Michigan has that story the CDC study the year twenty eighteen and for the first time in four years life expectancy in the U. S. increased not by much a month but from twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen life expectancy fell slightly or held steady thanks largely to a surgeon overdose deaths and suicides males born in twenty eighteen are expected to live about seventy six years on average females eighty one years twenty eighteen saw a decline in cancer and drug overdose deaths but an increase still in deaths from the flu pneumonia and suicide but Michigan CBS
U.S. life expectancy goes up for the first time since 2014
"There's been a turn around in life expectancy in the U. S. the CDC study the year twenty eighteen and for the first time in four years life expectancy in the U. S. increased not by much a month but from twenty fourteen to twenty seventeen life expectancy fell slightly or held steady thanks largely to a surgeon overdose deaths and suicides males born in twenty eighteen are expected to live about seventy six years on average females eighty one years twenty eighteen saw a decline in cancer and drug overdose deaths but an increase still in deaths from the flu pneumonia and
Over 1.5 million sign petition for Kobe Bryant to be new NBA logo
"More the in a million people a back to petition to use Kobe Bryant's image as a new official NBA logo the current logo features the silhouettes of another great LA Lakers player Jerry west who's eighty one years old rating on change dot org the petitions a founder said with the untimely an unexpected passing of the great Kobe Bryant please sign this petition in an attempt to immortalize him forever as the new NBA logo it's not clear whether the organization would consider updating its logo with Bryant
"eighty one years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"But eighty one year old man and he's from Jamaica and he came to us is to children who came with a friend he has high blood pressure and a pacemaker to the cat scan use from have a mass at one of the biggest hospitals in New York a mass in the call of the sending Colin he had called us could be shown to obstructing lesion the mass of cancer was blocking the call and it was biopsied and was positive he had a cat scan there was a mass in the colon there was four point one by three point eight by four point two centimeters the lymph node was fine there was a small little module along was clear if there was a new cancer old cancer or no cancer he's lost twenty five pounds you went from two hundred fifteen two hundred ninety pounds he's five feet ten I examined him he had served in the past for the pacemaker the gall bladder is no family history so lots of people think oh I have no family history I'm safe well he had no family history but he had a mass in the A. sending Colin so he has Israel's sees eighty one years old as heart disease the short of breath of exertion and surgeons told looking cut on them but it might die you may not survive the surgery and there's a group of people who don't survive radical surgery and he has heart disease is sort of growth and he didn't want to have surgery anyway and then his friends radio listeners like you said Hey why don't you go see a doctor lidherma that's what he did he came here to thirteen eighty four Broadway and I met with him interviewed his records is cat scans pet scans biopsy in this physical exam and found this mass in the A. sending Colin intestinal cancer and we talked about all the options of that big hospital they didn't talk about all the options.
NH Man Pleads Guilty To Double-Voting, Loses Right In His State
"The New Hampshire attorney general's office says a man accused the voting in the state after voting in Massachusetts during the November twenty sixteen general election has pleaded guilty eighty one year old Charles card here of Madison New Hampshire has lost his right to vote in New Hampshire Carty was arrested last year and charged with knowingly casting ballots in both Madison New Hampshire and Attleboro Massachusetts he pleaded guilty in Carroll County Superior Court on Friday he was sentenced to sixty days in jail all suspended for one year on the condition of his good behavior he also was fined over a thousand
Cook County Reports 13th Cold-Related Death of Season
"The cook county medical examiner's office is confirm the thirteenth cold related death of the season they determine an eighty one year old man died as a result of hypothermia due to cold exposure with hypertensive arterial sclerotic cardio vascular disease and diabetes as contributing factors the man was pronounced dead on Christmas day
"eighty one years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"I've listened to show long enough to know that whole life policies are generally four letter words. Yes. But we're trying to help my mother-in-law with the situation. I'm trying to wonder if it ever make sense to keep paying a policy where there may be benefit that we could put to good use. And specifically the policies for one hundred thousand she is eighty one years old in fairly good health. It'll be level payments about thirty five hundred dollars a year for the next one hundred. We're just trying to figure out what to do. There's no cash value to it. Do we stop it all together, or do we keep paying with the idea that at some point we can put that money not to the insurance company, but some other use whether it's college education are charity or any other reason, I know normally we would never continue. But is there any case sunk cost, would you continue? Yeah. Why is there? No cash value. We think is we're learning more about the situation that there might have been a lapse at some point in time where some of that cash was lost. So were they use the cash to pay the premium keep it open? Exactly, that's the best. We've learned. So why would want to know that answer to that question? But let's pretend that the that you have accurate information zero. So basically, we're measuring thirty five hundred against one hundred thousand if we're going to be cold and just look at the math, right as ten years will be thirty five thousand you still come out sixty thousand ahead, and if she passes anywhere in the next ten years, right? If you pass anywhere in the next twenty years, it'd be seventy thousand you still come out ahead. Not counting present value money. But then the longer we go into this equation the worse it gets on present value of money. So. Yeah. I mean, if everybody's got the money, you're going to get a return on it. Right. Who's the named beneficiary? If this point it's the family, and I think there's not a a big need among the family. I think it's more situations. We put that money to some good use her name or for some other reason. Okay. Well, I mean, it's a simple thing if you're for for in terms of you can put money to good use any other way, if you want you put the thirty five hundred good use who's gonna pay the thirty five hundred the family a group she still has some assets. And as my wife starting to manage those they're using those funds to possibly continue to paint us premiums, which lowers the estate right value by that much, but we're increasing effectively the estate value because the same people that would have gotten the estate are gonna get the beneficiary. That's right. Okay. So nobody's getting cheated in this coming up short. And everybody's is how many people are involved in the there are five five kids now, so far they're all in agreement. I wife sort of leading the analysis. Yeah. I mean, if she doesn't live to one hundred and one I mean, I'm being cold here. Okay. I'm just doing math. I'm not we don't want. We're not trying to kick kick granny off or anything. But if she doesn't live one hundred one you come out, but she lives to one hundred one you've probably broke even because I seventy thousand and that seventy thousand probably worth one hundred had you invest that during that time so give or take maybe maybe even less than that. But life expectancy, she's already beyond normal life expectancy. Here's a good question. What's the what's her her family history? How long did her mom live? Well, her mama lived up about eighty five. And although she's got some health issues as her son-in-law. I will say she's pretty strong willed. So I think. Yeah. Go for a while. Right. Right. But okay. And her dad her doubt, I didn't live quite as long I want to say into his seventies. So we don't have a family history live into one hundred right now. Okay. But I again this very cold to discuss it that way..
"eighty one years" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Berkeley, the driver of the car and eighty one year old Berkeley residents stopped at the scene and cooperated with police just ahead on KCBS. Gold's me on. Why we still have work to do when it comes to equality? In congress. We are nowhere near political parody in this country. Return now to the KCBS traffic deaths to get enough date on the roads from Frank Munich. Well, we have a solo spin out off of the right hand shoulder. This is in Dublin westbound five eighty just before foothill San Ramon road. This problem involving a car that apparently spun off of the roadway inn stuck partially in a ditch off of the shoulder. Similar story in the other direction and roll to Wli close by eastbound five eighty just before the six eighty split in Dublin the Dublin interchange, the car off of the roadway, and the some fears of that car maze slide down in a Bank -ment there. We have rain, of course, headed our way in the bay area. But we already have snow falling in the Sierra and trading restrictions are in place if you're on highway fifty there eastbound from Pollock pines to twin bridges westbound from Myers to twin. If you're on eighty east and westbound chain, restrictions doing Baxter and the Nevada State line. And if you're on Eighty-eight, again, both directions chains required between do drop in Amador county and three and a half miles east of Woodward's in alpine county your next traffic update a to eighteen on the traffic leader. Your KCBS forecast, rainy and windy today. The rain will be heavy at times during the day and on into the night. Highs will be in the fifties. Traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS no arrests yet after three men were shot to death in west Oakland Friday night. Police are calling it a deliberate attack the shooting occurred just before nine pm on center street near tenth street about three blocks north of the west Oakland Bart station. Oakland.
"eighty one years" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"But I guess this is the result of that not a huge fan of amber heard is that her name was when she was talking on him, Chuck and wine glasses at her, and blah, blah. Involves booze and Chuck and stuff and kind of. Fall at one point. Tend to believe her the cabinet. Well deadline reports the Billy Dee Williams will reprise his role as Lando Calvert. And the next Star Wars movie eighty one year old actor who played the rebel ally. In The Empire Strikes back trying to the jet. I will appear in episode nine which comes out next year Jj Abrams who co wrote and directed the force awakens, we'll directly forthcoming film. It's not known yet. What the extent of Israel will be. But apparently he will be in it. So what happens to Donald Glover the sound? Really nerdy. This is the continuation of the of the existing Harrison Ford was old. And he came back Hans solo. Mark Hamill came back is loose Walker, so hands portability Williams, the same age, the Donald Glover part was pre prequel. So that can exist on its own timeline the same guy. Right. Same character. Who's gonna take over for the king Cobra malt liquor spot? That's mike. Go ahead. I'm not a big Star Wars fan. But I love a malt. Liquor commercial from the eighties was forty five. Well, there was hammer test, Omar. Yeah. You pass a flying? There is a great KOMO that God Fred Williamson. What's the hammer? And there's a great commercial wine in like, I'm looking for Hannah. And they had a drinking desk hit a button and lit trade drawer came out of his workers and office came out above the club. But I'm Billy. Yeah. Billy Colt, forty five or do king Cobra Marsh, right? It's cool. Of course, find that commercial. And then I gotta find it. Yeah. All right. Billy Dee talks about coal for talks about Colt forty five. There are two rules. Remember, you wanna have a good time rule. Number one, never run out of Colt forty five. We'll number two. Never forget rule number. One of the ways you keep plenty of cold forty five who's going to do the friends much show. Okay. We can have a better time with co forty five without candy. What? Cooled forty five..
"eighty one years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"North Dakota. It's the Saturday night's huge show. Once again, here's huge we are live across North America each and every Saturday night, we're all about huge opinions. Yours and mine yourself. Oh, Horwitz teaming up back at CBS sports radio New York City to produce his broadcast that Gelb is coming up in just about twenty minutes. Also, an update on the late college football games and a huge Sunday when it comes to the central. And then a west race. And I was reading the story for the Denver post the Rockies as I read verbatim. The Rockies might have just caught a break in their quest for a National League. West title. Washington's max Scherzer the three time Cy Young award winner will not pitch the final game of the season Sunday against Colorado as as was originally planned nationals manager Dave Martinez said after Saturday's twelve to Washington victory at Coors field that right hander. Erik feting. Will instead start sherzer needs a break Martinez. Told reporters so the dodgers are. Dodgers are going. Hello. What? Are you kidding me? What's going on there? Come on. And you have the Elhage could win the first triple crown in the National League in eighty one years. And I can't wait for the American League playoff tree. As we talked about to start the show and just the brewers in the breath of fresh air with the Rockies and the cubs and dodgers. Could be your one game winner advances and the losers done about that pressure and Atlanta playing with house money. Wonderful. October coming right at us. He really will be fantastic baseball game isn't dead yet. It is. As much as people wanna tell you. And I think rob Manfred in the front office of major league baseball. They've been overthinking trying to grab that young generation flat out over thinking. Everything. I think sports for the most part is a natural attraction. That you develop a love of the game either in it following watching it. And it can be forced on you. Just like is you take your kids to a baseball game or you go to football game or you go out and hit nine eighteen holes. It's something that becomes part of your DNA, and you gravitate to it. And it's natural. Baseball trying to shorten it. Trying to people with these short attention spans. No the game of baseball still about three or four hours at a ballpark with your family with your friends with your co workers. And you might have a cold beer, you might have a cold drink. You might have a piece of pizza might have a broader dog might be cold or could be a blazing sun. For three straight hours. But you enjoy it or you bond, you take a son or you take a daughter to a game baseball still has a place in America. And I've always said that. Getting to that young audience. Major league baseball has done a horrible job of marketing just like NASCAR dead and they led their their audience. Get old. Montgomery wards, Sears, all they never respected. The big box companies that were coming. 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Who's listening town in Austin, Texas, where I used to work at K JFK back in. What was it? Ninety five hundred ninety seven. He tweets I wish better days for the Mets. And Tigers from a lifelong Astros fan and former Michigan. Resident. Brian. Jay five fifty tweets had Saturday, huge. I tweeted Jody MAC earlier that USA not play in the French Open. The past two years hurt them in regards to the Ryder Cup. They'd have to skip Quicken Loans to do so. By the way, Molinari is on fire in two thousand eighteen Kyle. Thus drops it comment at Saturday huge on Twitter. And he says what happened to the ten pm midnight slot. Well, that's the during the football season. The fantasy guys have it. They do a good job. A really good job. And then I talked about the patriots. And they get the dolphins on Sunday in how the patriots looked in total disarray. And you look at what's happening off the field from gronk, and he didn't wanna get traded to Detroit to the reported divorce between Brady and Pella check the Jimmy G drama the TB twelve trainer drama. And there just seems to be. Cracks in the structure of one of the great dynasties of all time and frogman. Who's listening in New Hampshire, and he tweets had Saturday huge? By wanting to trae grant. He wanted to get Mayfield in the draft as well. I know it's hard to digest with this dynasty has to end in order to rebuild the team to keep the motor going now with Brady plan. So well last year Bill can't do that Bill wanted to rebuild by wanting to keep Jimmy G. And then craft got in the way that he wanted to trae gronk to get Mayfield this year. And with whom he drafted this year, but Kraft and Brady won't let the rebuild happen. Bill is screwed. Now. He can't rebuild the team. Yeah. I don't think they're coming back. The patriots ice now when they lost Jacksonville. Jacksonville is pretty good defense. I could see it. The patriots. I saw Sunday night. In that matchup against Detroit. And how good they made Detroit look in Detroit outside of a fourth quarter. When San Francisco was up big they had been brutal. The first two games. I think this is more of the patriots sliding. Than it is the lions coming together. Looking like one of the best teams in football. But you know, because they're in if they were in the AFC north or if they were in the AFC south. Or even the west. You might write them off. But I nine and seven will win that division. Right. I mean. And at some point. Brady has to get old. And you know, those of you been listening the last four years through deflate gate and everything else that I'm the biggest Tom Brady fan in the media. Hands down on the biggest Tom Brady fan. That dynasty has to come to a close. And just the talk of gronk if if they try to me Detroit retire. Or a divorce between Bella check and Brady or the Jimmy Jean drama. That happens. Look at the end of the Dallas Cowboys. Jerry Jones, Jimmy Johnson. All the storylines. I had that had nothing to do with football. In with the accelerated pace of nine thousand cable and satellite channels. And especially the social media at your fingertips. Dynasties are going to be tough at Golden State in the NBA has been able to keep it together. And I really credit Draymond clay Steph and even K D. For buying it. And understanding what they need to do to keep it going. Now is it all perfect behind the scenes? I don't know. But I'm not friends with everybody. I work with it. It's not by choice. It's just because I like to have a separation between work in my private life. And Golden State has a dynasty in its. Boy things still seem pretty good there in Oakland. But the patriots. From the shocking. Nick foles led eagles and what they did even with Brady throwing for five hundred plus. And Bella checks indifference. To everything connected to that. He knew there was something there. Lot people tried to downplay reports and say, oh, there's no separation. It's just high but everybody attacks those on the top just like Brady got hammered. For deflate gate, and it's still one of the biggest crocks of ever seen in sports. The most overplayed story that protected the NFL in the midst. Of that additional Ray rice video Greg hardy Adrian Peterson. And they used it as one of the great smokescreens. That sports has ever seen. And.
"eighty one years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Away with no jail time or could serve up to ten years and psychologists said that he is still a predator at eighty one years old. Did you see the the psychologist testified you still a predator Eighty-one? I saw him wandering into the courthouse. I've eat predator can cross the street with is that an actor or not. I don't know. I it looks kind of frail to me is eighty one years old. He's I think he's got to go to jail. He's got he's got to pay for it. I did watch the entire Martha McCallum interview with Brad Kavanagh. There were a bunch of takeaways. I had he kept repeating himself onto points as if it to talking points one never sexually assaulted anybody ever to he wants a fair hearing he kept saying that over and over and over and over my only nitpick was that by the way, she has some good questions. It was not a softball. She did a good job. He she asked the question, which comes to the heart of it in my mind. Well, why don't you want an FBI investigate? You know, if you're totally innocent. Then you shouldn't you welcome and FBI investigation. And he basically danced. He did not answer her question that might nitpick was she didn't follow up. And so I would have liked to have heard that answer. But it's interesting to me that this is what you picked up on as the most salient point, but never sexually assaulted anyone. I did not have sexual intercourse or anything close to sexual intercourse in high school or for many years thereafter, many years. I'd like to know when Ruth Bader Ginsburg lost her virginity. Well, that's the supreme court thing. They all have to come forward and tell us why they lost their virginity, really. But in all seriousness, this is an unbelievable spectacle. And I tell you, you know, the New Yorker story is really not holding water people are knocking down including the New York Times. Well, you heard the comeback on that. Didn't you? Well, the Ronan Farrow has said, well, they didn't the accuser didn't talk Ramirez. Her name is she's the one who says that he freed is willy in front of her at a drunken Yale party. I'm pretty Willie. But Ronan Farrow say well, she didn't talk to the New York Times because she was giving us the exclusive. Here's the problem with the New Yorker story. The only corroboration they have is from somebody. Who heard secondhand about a party that is not by any journalistic measure coop corroboration? It is simply not in the times tried to find people who were at the party. They couldn't find anybody. They couldn't find anyone to corroborate Ramirez a story and yet the New Yorker went with it. Anyway, that is nothing, but a smear campaign on the part of the New Yorker with Jane Mayer who's been tormenting Clarence Thomas all these years, and now she wants to torment bread cabinet. And I don't think the Republicans should stand for it. And neither should the American people. I didn't know I was working with Mitch McConnell Schreer campaign. Listen land, I got more energy than Mitch McConnell, please. You do you up this morning? Hey, so you had Christine Blasi Ford is the number one accuser. Then a Deborah Ramirez. Number two. So what do you make of this? It will release. Additional details. Relating. To the allegations.
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"The eighty one year old he could be immediately taken into custody were allowed to remain free on appeal Constanze spoke to the court yesterday, former temple university administrator read a small portion of victim impact statement in court Monday, saying all I am asking for his Justice as the court sees fit the defense asked for house arrest because Cosby elderly and legally blind more than sixty other women have come forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct. But none of those cases have resulted in criminal charges. CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. Twelve thirty two here at KRLD the president delivers a new forceful defense. Brett Cavanaugh, President Trump now accuses Democrats opposed to a supreme court nominee of running a con game. They're really kind of trying to convince. They don't play. They don't believe it themselves sitting beside the president of Colombia during a meeting here in New York. Mr. Trump cast doubt on the Yale classmate who says Cavanaugh exposed himself. She said she was totally a neabry. Was all messed up. Mr. Trump said the allegations have devastated the judges family. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the United Nations, douse. Police arrested man, they say shot a pregnant woman. Police say twenty five year old Liguria rainy shot twenty one year old della Shawn Jefferson, she was eight months pregnant the started as an argument between the two at a home on Marburg street in southeast Dallas on Sunday night. Police say rainy was accusing Jefferson of being unfaithful her family tried to stop him assaulting her. But he started shooting Jefferson was shot and taken to the hospital. She later died of her injuries. But doctors were able to save her eight month old baby rainy is now in jail charged with murder. Kristen Wisel NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD third year in a row. Violent crime is up in Texas. The I reports the increase is slight and remains one of the lowest violent crime rates among states with comparable population at the same time the ratio of police officers to citizens fell to its lowest level in decades. There are about one and a half police officers for every thousand Texans compared with two officers per thousand the year before only seven states have a lower police officer to citizen ratio than Texas. Cameron Fairchild NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. This is how big a problem. Bullying is in school. A new report finds a third of students reported someone bullied them Justin during the last year. Just two years ago that number have been about twenty five percent reports has bullying is more common for children in middle school as opposed to high school forty percent of middle schoolers say they had bullies last year compared to twenty seven percent of kids in high school in spite of cyber bullying that does happen on social media. Most kids say, they're bullies. Go after them face to face in the most common reason for bullying victims appearance. It's twelve thirty four here KRLD car schemes. They are everywhere. We'll discuss next your trusted source for news, traffic, and.
"eighty one years" Discussed on KCBS All News
"First twenty, and coming, up on KCBS MRs Carrie Hodousek why a Berkeley man plans. To make one, hundred pizzas, for the homeless I just want to give back and make sure that. People can get a good meal and Senator John McCain is memorialized at the National Cathedral in a ceremony that honours his bipartisan appeal it's one. Thirty one CBS news special report an emotional goodbye in Washington. Today for war hero and maverick Senator, John McCain former President George W Bush among those offering pointed comments about McCain's love of freedom, he respected the dignity inherent in every life addicted that. Does not stop at borders, and cannot be arranged by dictators former US secretary of state Henry Kissinger pay tribute to the warrior at the National Cathedral he was in different lines of all Baton for decency and freedom, former face the nation moderator Bob Schieffer says. McCain service today reminded him, of his work during. Six years, of service to the nation it was by every measure a. Great man a man of great courage and a man whose example was. Something all of us can can take away from Senator John McCain was eighty one years old CBS news special report I'm Alison keys KCBS news time one thirty two as our afternoon news. Watts for this Saturday continues thanks, for joining, us on Scotla teary will a Berkeley man is giving back. In a big, way KCBS, Carrie Hodousek reports he plans on preparing a hundred pizzas for the homeless. In Oakland tomorrow Mark Schecter says he plans on whipping up your traditional Italian style pizza with lots of cheese and tomato sauce, I'm gonna bring. Hundred does and enough ingredients to me it's a need he. Says is great across the bay area Most, of these. People they can't help themselves in they're they're kind of stuck in a loop in I just never. Imagine.
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"Back to New, Jersey you can see some construction work just slight delays at the Lincoln and Holland tunnels watch, out for some slow Downs as you're traveling through queens air doing some. Roadwork on the cross, island Parkway that's on the northbound side utopia Parkway ramp right up to the bell Parkway the doing some work there as well left lanes are closed Bolter actions at Pennsylvania Avenue, and then eastbound lane closures over at Rockaway park with the rest. Of the journey does. Remain trouble three in queens and picking up into Brooklyn as well on my on Levinson, our next report at, seven fifty one on ten ten wins news time seven forty, two a true American hero is gone John McCain the eighty. One, year old maverick politician from Arizona and former prisoner of war will be buried at the US naval academy the novelist Maryland I wanted Alex stone. Says the Senator died last night after a year long battle with brain cancer as ranch near. Sedona we're McCain spent his final. Months reflecting on my fin meeting with old friends residents are saying goodbye John Go well God bless. You McCain resident for, so long after he died his body was driven the two hours here to Phoenix where he'll lie in state and a funeral will be held before his body is flown to Washington DC McCain, ran unsuccessfully for the president the Republican party nomination in two thousand and. One in two thousand. Eight but he. Running mate Sarah Palin lost Barack Obama flags are flying half staff at the White House and, the capital following McCain's death President Trump tweeting that his deepest sympathies go, out to, McCain and McCain, family McCain's, popularity, transcends politics, New York Democrat Chuck, Schumer idolize the. Longtime Republic.
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"Don't know i mean you know i meant the beat not only was it a horrible thing to say but right on the heels of the roseanne thing even if you wanted that definitely made it extra stupid i are because you know you think after watching another comedian creates such a firestorm baby people would be you know no extra careful about some of the things they're saying things that they joke about but i don't think there's a difference between so now okay well we obviously we disagree and that's fine i see your point i i just i just think that that we that the genie is out of the bottle and i guess the word i'm looking for is consistency we are now in in an age here where if we are going to be so correct on everything and we are going to be a dozen take i mean if it doesn't take much the things that surfaced here the roseanne tweet and the rosa and the samantha b you know there's no question whether these are our offensive but it seems that that it doesn't take much to offend given the the the access that the average person now has and everybody brings their own context of this something somebody is going to be offended by something all the time and and so i just wonder where we're going how do we draw line if there's no consistency depend on does it depend on if we'd like the person or if we don't like the person does it depend on whether the person is here's popular and they and they and they hit all the right boxes are on our political views or they don't look at this stuff that's been going on with morgan freeman morgan freeman eighty one years old everybody loves morgan freeman i love morgan freeman legs a great actor but all of a sudden had several allegations about him but i haven't i haven't seen him get attacked like i've seen other people with similar allegations have been cast out now why not because we like morgan freeman i don't know we do we do like so now so how do we do okay so once again though so are we comparing him to harvey weinstein who definitely a hole to people broke the law you know or are we comparing him to you know i i did any of these like i think what she did maybe probably falls under the bracket of sexual harassment in the workplace which certainly people candidate should get fired for yeah yeah company but you know we we're not gonna throw morgan freeman in jail for making some comments to women that made them feel uncomfortable you know no that's a huge difference between you know harvey weinstein kevin spacey who has also what about mario batali mario batali i don't know another one i mean he they're saying that he but did he but we don't have what what you just said is they're saying a day be where is the you know this guy now has been divested from italy he's been taken off all of his tv shows i don't know if he did it or not just saying is that there's been there have been quite a few people whose names have been that allegations have been made against people and and whether they are proven or not they get a they get the scarlet a and some people don't and i think if if we're going to be offended i have no problems with being offended i have no problems with people saying hey this person did something wrong and i and and they did it to me i have no problems with that but then if we're not consistent and if we're saying well you know this is that and that one's that well i don't know then then i have to look back and go will then where's where's the line here because we are not doing this in any kind of jude way i mean that's yeah what we're talking about is the court of public what i'm they're saying this they think.
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"Oh man dude i we my dad i say it on the radio here my dad syntech that said and i quote dummy dummy of the year jr smith my father's eighty one years old bre that was the dumbest thing i can recall seeing and thank people like well the camp should've just called a time out forgive them for thinking that when jr smith got the ball he would shoot why would anybody jr smith got the ball and he's playing is not to shoot hale you ever seen before pablo lebron james has a photographic memory we went through an entire new cycle where we marveled at all of the things that lebron james can precisely remember and then the guy who is there because the brand james wanted him there betrayed him because he looked like he should've been enrolled in the concussion protocol i mean this is a myth that mythical this is a mythical wonderful contrast that probably also rags ultimately as the worst play an nba playoff history so yeah thought about that what if after that play they went to jr and they were like look bad i think we need to get you in a dark room with no noise right right i think it's a greatest played nba history did you have money on the game no one of the funniest things from last night what were the funniest things from last night dream molly cheerleader thing is pretty high up on the list i mean lebron james shaming or colleague mark swertz and then standing up at the table showing that he is wearing a suit with shorts like.
"eighty one years" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Removal the golden gate bridge turns eighty one years old this sunday in some spots on the span the paint looks at old and in need of a touchup kcbs is different shop took a tour of the side of the span to witness painters inaction underneath the bridge at its southern end the exposed steel is rusting the rivets decayed and must be replaced christopher krueger is part of a team of bridge peters who are rehabbing this part of the spanish this would be open this is so this is open to the elements yes sir so it has to be done right they need attention has to be applied correctly coding coating has to be removed correctly steel members replaced that needed replacement and the new voting needs to be acquired the face of the south tower needs fresh code pink to has for years even bridge board members think looks ratty there's even a call to raise private money to recode it bridge spokesperson preah clement says unlikely underside of the bridge the towers in good shape as part of the work plan that hasn't been prioritized because because there are other areas that need paint more when will the tower be repainted nobody can say for sure at the golden gate bridge jeffrey schaub the case cbs and those thinking of visiting the golden gate bridge over the long holiday weekend will need to find another way to get there palo kuessel schwartz's with the bridge district says starting this weekend and over the summer through labor day the parking lot at vista point and they welcome center at the south end of the span will be closed personal vehicles on saturdays sundays and holidays as you have before people approach the bridge and well before people vista point we are putting the word out as widely as possible schwartz recommends that those looking to visit the span and surrounding areas should take a bus walk biker use rideshare options to get there not much love right now for lover's point beach in pacific grove due to high levels of bacteria found in water samples taken on wednesday monterey county health officials say the beach advisory will stay in effect until samples indicate that bacteria are at a safe level for public recreational water use all of the surrounding beaches are open without restriction higher levels of bacteria have.
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"Is now three that as fast eight oaklawn one person is dead and five others injured two with lifethreatening injuries in a threecar hit on crash near the chesapeake bay bridge the accident half happened on bush is front ties road which runs parallel to route fifty one car travelling at a high rate of speed struck a car head on and was then struck by another vehicle and eighty one year old woman died in the crash and all of the baltimore city schools transit office mayan outside consulting company found a lack of leadership on oversight contributed to errors leading to a two thousand sixteen bus crash that killed six people bus driver glenn chapelle rear end of the car and hit a maryland transit administration bus killing chapelle and five other p people on the mta boss of the consultants also found the district failed to adequately monitor the wreckers of problem drivers like japan will who had a history of seizures and other medical issues threemember shot one fatally in three separate incidents in baltimore on saturday the fatal shooting involving a 39yearold man victim male victim shot in the three hundred block of north monroe street another man was shot to death on government avenue and east baltimore friday night and early sunday morning shooting just a block away from baltimore city hall left will forty two year old man wounded police say the victim was shot during an altercation with two other men and the four hundred block of east baltimore street and look at sports.
"eighty one years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And he welcome all kinds here on afterhours bob at worsening in baltimore bob welcome to after hours there's something have good morning america i'm eighty one years old i've seen a lot of baseball and participated in that game also to i've seen a lot of baseball great apprehension and happened for set of claims dry i'm not taken off for even wanted these joke but i'll tell you children and once it don't don't after a man who does not have to come up the back this is a carriageway i i'm telling you this guy barnes anybody guy at least ten to fifteen games with me hard by to play in the military underwear they don't get get the hell out of taste well that's right away childish things when i became a man all right bob i appreciate your phone call thank you for your passion oh these east afterhours with bean war animus paola and less i look lesbian i wish i could ask bob what he thinks about steroid users in the baseball hall of famer a lot of you are weighing in on both facebook and twitter and i promise before we wrap up the show i'll give it some of your reaction thanks so much for tuning in on this thursday morning it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio snickers verses scandals at that's probably cruel to do to me when it's the end of a show and talking birds a lot of.
"eighty one years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Welcome all kinds huron after hours bob at worsening involved mar bob welcome to after hours there's something happen good morning i'm eighty one years old up seen a lot of baseball and participated in the game also to i've seen a lot of baseball great apprehension and happens for a set of claims by i'm not take enough reason wanted these joke but i'll tell you this children was it don't go after a man who does not have to come up the bad this is a carriageway on someone near this guy barnes he would he got at least ten to fifteen games with me hard baulebete play a military underworld get the hell out of date well that's right away childish things when i became a man get all right bob i appreciate your phone call thank you for your passionate these east after hours with amy war endless kof look let's blow i wish i could ask bob what he thinks about steroid users in the baseball hall of famer a lot of you are weighing in on both facebook and twitter and i promise before we wrap up the show i'll give you some of your reaction thanks so much for tuning in on this thursday morning it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio snickers verses scandals that's probably cruel to do to me when it's the end of a show and talking birds a lot of.
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"Now eighty one years old on bulls well body out 2015 his spokesperson described the accusations looking on the bright side of the vietnam experience come a long way the united states and vietnam we've seen it from both sides of the picture this is the pleasant side president trumpian hanoi after spending some photo op time with russian president vladimir putin at an asian economic conference in denying cbs news correspond major garrett bite on what they talk about the operative word for president trump during his time here at the asia economic summit no no direct talks with russian president vladimir putin no meeting with any other head of state here and no discernible progress on one on one trade deals meant to replace the multinational transpacific partnership mr trump withdrew the united states from earlier this year last most deadly fires in northern california what caused them at least one of the maybe here's cbs's steve futterman in this court filing pacific gas and electric's says the most destructive of last month's or the jobs fire may have been started by a big part owned by a third party pg and he does not identify the third party there has been speculation though jerry start that the deadly series of fires may have been caused by downed power lines up award aboard poor down countdown gnat aboard up launch bound for the international at the lagged this kraft straying into the restricted launched dangerous zone the plan calls for a.