35 Burst results for "Fifteen Years Ago"
Average long-term US mortgage rates edge up to 5.3%
"Mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rates rates rates rates edged edged edged edged up up up up again again again again this this this this week week week week as as as as the the the the fed fed fed fed works works works works on on on on dampening dampening dampening dampening inflation inflation inflation inflation getting getting getting getting a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year home home home home loan loan loan loan is is is is becoming becoming becoming becoming more more more more expensive expensive expensive expensive mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage buyer buyer buyer buyer Freddie Freddie Freddie Freddie Mac Mac Mac Mac reports reports reports reports that that that that the the the the average average average average thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rate rate rate rate rose rose rose rose to to to to five five five five point point point point three three three three percent percent percent percent this this this this week week week week that's that's that's that's up up up up slightly slightly slightly slightly from from from from a a a a week week week week ago ago ago ago and and and and the the the the highest highest highest highest rate rate rate rate since since since since two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand nine nine nine nine this this this this time time time time last last last last year year year year the the the the average average average average is is is is only only only only two two two two point point point point nine nine nine nine four four four four percent percent percent percent fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen year year year year fixed fixed fixed fixed rate rate rate rate mortgages mortgages mortgages mortgages popular popular popular popular with with with with owners owners owners owners or or or or refinancing refinancing refinancing refinancing get get get get down down down down to to to to four four four four point point point point four four four four eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve raised raised raised raised its its its its benchmark benchmark benchmark benchmark interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate last last last last week week week week by by by by half half half half a a a a percentage percentage percentage percentage and and and and has has has has signaled signaled signaled signaled more more more more rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes are are are are likely likely likely likely as as as as it it it it works works works works to to to to reverse reverse reverse reverse the the the the highest highest highest highest inflation inflation inflation inflation in in in in forty forty forty forty years years years years I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
Olympics Live: US skaters lose appeal to get silver medals
"U. S. bobsledder Elena Meyers Taylor extended her mental record at the Beijing games pilot Meyers Taylor in break woman Sylvia Hofmann took home the bronze in the two woman bobsled event Saturday competing in what could have been her last race Meyers Taylor secured her fifth Olympic medal after beginning the games and cope with quarantine starting out in US isolation I had no idea what was possible but fortunately I had a great team behind me who believed in me who believe that this is possible and I couldn't ask for a better outcome and arbitrators have rejected an appeal by U. S. figure skaters to have their silver medals awarded by the end of the Olympics the nine American skaters finished second in the team event that was marred by a doping positive by Russia's fifteen year old Camilla Valjevo I'm given Coolbaugh
Emotional Valieva takes lead in Olympic figure skating
"Well eva may have the lead after the women's short program but for the fifteen year old these are tough times he left the ice fighting back tears and declined to speak to reporters this issue finds itself at the center of the latest Olympic doping scandal well you have a tested positive in December for a band heart medication though the result only surfaced last week after her two scintillating performances in the team competition helped win gold for the Russians she resumes competition Thursday in the free skate for which three Americans qualified I'm Bruce Morton
This year's Super Bowl attracted more than 112 million viewers, up 14% from last year
"The TV ratings for the Super Bowl are up from last year I marches are a letter with the latest an estimated one hundred twelve point three million people saw the Los Angeles rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday according to the Nielsen company that breaks down to ninety nine point two million from NBC viewers one point nine million on Telemundo and eleven point two million streaming last year's Superbowl had an audience of ninety six point four million from the CBS broadcast and streaming which was the lowest for a Super Bowl in fifteen years
Russian figure skater reportedly fails drug test
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Russian figure skater Camilo valley eva says she's happy but worn out this after an arduous doping hearing ended with her being allowed to skate at the Beijing Olympics the fifteen year old sensation could still be bad over a failed drug test in December pro basketball Cleveland center Jarrett Allen will make his all star game debut he will replace James harden who has yet to play for Philadelphia since being traded away by Brooklyn because of a hamstring issue in the college game Gonzaga has returned to the top spot in the AP poll hockey the Calgary flames of acquired forward Tyler Toffoli from Montreal for two players and two draft picks horse racing the attorney for Bob Baffert says the hall of fame trainer and the battle of Kentucky Derby winner Medina spirit quote will be fully exonerated he claims the colts failed drug test for a steroid resulted from a prescribed a topical Sam and not an injection Bruce
Report: Valieva tests positive for banned heart medication
"Russian newspaper RBC is reporting that the fifteen year old Valjevo tested positive for a banned heart medication before arriving at the Beijing Olympics that puts the ROC's team victory in jeopardy and could leave the squad without the favorite to win the women's gold medal the sample was reportedly obtained in December when value if it was still in Russia the test didn't come to light until after she helped her team win gold with dynamic performances in her short program and free skate the drugs used to treat angina and is banned by the world anti doping agency is a stimulant it's unclear whether valley AVA has any heart problems I'm Dave Ferrie
Sean Payton resigns as coach of New Orleans Saints
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More details emerge about teen in Michigan school shooting
"Two two parents parents charged charged with with their their son son in in a a Michigan Michigan school school shooting shooting failed failed to to get get their their bond bond reduced reduced James James and and Jennifer Jennifer Crumley Crumley are are charged charged with with involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter four four people people were were shot shot and and killed killed at at Oxford Oxford high high school school prosecutor prosecutor mark mark he's he's told told the the judge judge there there were were warning warning signs signs about about their their fifteen fifteen year year old old son son Ethan Ethan instead instead they they bought bought the the gun gun he he used used at at the the school school he he displayed displayed terrifying terrifying tendencies tendencies and and behaviors behaviors and and he he literally literally sketched sketched out out what what he he planned planned to to do do in in his his journal journal in in the the throngs throngs Keast Keast says says the the teenager teenager had had hallucinations hallucinations and and was was torturing torturing and and killing killing animals animals suffered suffered from from a a bird bird that that he's he's working working in in a a jar jar for for six six months months and and Crumley Crumley is is charged charged as as an an adult adult with with murder murder and and other other crimes crimes defense defense attorney attorney at at Merrill Merrill Lehman Lehman argued argued for for lower lower bond bond trying trying to to sleep sleep your your honor honor they they weren't weren't they they are are not not like like wrist wrist tape tape from from W. W. X. X. Y. Y. Z. Z. Leman Leman insist insist the the crime crime lease lease didn't didn't know know a a school school shooting shooting was was in in the the works works I'm I'm at at Donahue Donahue
CDC considering approving Pfizer boosters for more younger teens
"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker a a CDC CDC panel panel will will meet meet today today to to decide decide whether whether to to recommend recommend Fizer Fizer boosters boosters for for teens teens twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen years years old old as as coded coded surges surges on on Monday Monday the the FDA FDA endorsed endorsed the the plan plan and and said said boosters boosters can can be be given given five five months months after after the the last last vaccine vaccine dose dose instead instead of of six six plus plus children children aged aged five five to to eleven eleven was was severely severely weakened weakened immune immune systems systems will will be be allowed allowed a a third third dose dose twenty twenty eight eight days days after after their their second second again again the the CDC CDC will will need need to to sign sign off off on on that that Fizer Fizer is is still still doing doing a a study study for for children children under under five five meanwhile meanwhile as as the the long long lines lines for for covert covert tests tests continue continue the the CDC CDC is is still still not not mandating mandating them them for for a a symptomatic symptomatic people people ending ending isolation isolation after after five five days days instead instead of of ten ten the the agency agency is is however however adding adding to to its its guidance guidance that that anyone anyone who who wants wants should should opt opt for for rapid rapid test test and and if if positive positive isolate isolate for for another another five five days days I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
FDA expands Pfizer boosters for more teens as omicron surges
"The the federal federal government government is is moving moving a a step step closer closer to to expanding expanding cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for more more Americans Americans boosters boosters are are already already recommended recommended for for everyone everyone sixteen sixteen and and older older and and the the food food and and drug drug administration administration now now says says they're they're also also warranted warranted for for twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen year year olds olds regulators regulators say say kids kids of of those those agents agents can can get get a a booster booster as as early early as as five five months months after after their their last last dose dose rather rather than than six six months months the the CDC CDC is is expected expected to to rule rule later later this this week week on on whether whether to to recommend recommend that that while while Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen tends tends to to cause cause less less severe severe illness illness in in children children child child hospitalizations hospitalizations have have been been rising rising during during the the Omicron Omicron wave wave mostly mostly among among the the unvaccinated unvaccinated Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington
California mom charged in case of kid hitting sports rival
"A a mother mother in in southern southern California California is is facing facing criminal criminal charges charges for for encouraging encouraging her her athlete athlete daughter daughter to to hit hit an an opposing opposing player player the the charges charges of of battery battery and and contributing contributing to to the the delinquency delinquency of of a a minor minor were were imposed imposed on on forty forty four four year year old old mature mature Shanti Shanti hunt hunt about about a a month month after after a a punch punch was was thrown thrown during during a a girls girls basketball basketball tournament tournament Orange Orange County County district district attorney attorney Todd Todd Spitzer Spitzer says says there there was was a a physical physical turnover turnover play play both both hunt's hunt's daughter daughter and and the the victim victim ended ended up up on on the the ground ground and and then then moments moments later later as as they're they're heading heading across across the the court court mom mom can can be be heard heard yelling yelling out out you'd you'd better better hit hit her her for for that that N. N. hunt's hunt's daughter daughter did did a a sucker sucker punch punch that that knocked knocked fifteen fifteen year year old old Lauren Lauren him him to to the the floor floor causing causing a a concussion concussion and and bruises bruises neck neck Spitzer Spitzer calls calls it it unconscionable unconscionable apparent apparent would would encourage encourage your your child child to to engage engage in in violence violence during during a a sporting sporting event event but but one one legal legal expert expert calls calls the the charges charges a a stretch stretch saying saying prosecutors prosecutors will will have have a a tough tough time time proving proving hunts hunts outburst outburst was was an an actual actual command command and and not not just just an an emotional emotional response response I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
School district faces two $100M suits after Oxford shootings
"The the Michigan Michigan school school district district where where four four students students died died in in a a shooting shooting is is being being sued sued by by parents parents an an attorney attorney for for Jeffrey Jeffrey and and brandy brandy France France says says two two lawsuits lawsuits seeking seeking one one hundred hundred million million dollars dollars each each have have been been filed filed in in Detroit Detroit against against the the Oxford Oxford community community school school district district the the superintendent superintendent the the principal principal and and other other staff staff at at Oxford Oxford high high school school on on behalf behalf of of their their daughters daughters as as victims victims of of the the November November thirtieth thirtieth shooting shooting Riley Riley a a senior senior at at Oxford Oxford high high was was shot shot in in the the neck neck and and her her sister sister Bella Bella ninth ninth grader grader was was next next to to her her when when it it happened happened suspect suspect even even Crumley Crumley a a fifteen fifteen year year old old sophomore sophomore has has been been charged charged as as an an adult adult the the day day of of the the shooting shooting school school officials officials met met with with Crumley Crumley and and his his parents parents after after a a teacher teacher found found a a disturbing disturbing drawing drawing prosecutors prosecutors say say the the handgun handgun used used in in the the killing killing was was bought bought a a few few days days before before by by Crowley's Crowley's father father his his parents parents are are also also facing facing charges charges of of involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter personal personal injury injury lawyers lawyers have have expressed expressed doubt doubt that that the the district district could could be be successfully successfully sued sued that's that's because because Michigan Michigan law law sets sets a a high high bar bar for for liability liability for for public public schools schools and and other other arms arms of of government government I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
Parents of Michigan school shooting suspect charged with involuntary manslaughter
"Think think it's it's criminal criminal I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas the the parents parents of of the the fifteen fifteen year year old old charged charged in in the the deadly deadly shooting shooting at at a a Michigan Michigan high high school school this this week week are are now now facing facing charges charges themselves themselves four four students students were were killed killed at at Oxford Oxford high high school school and and Jennifer Jennifer and and James James Crumley Crumley have have been been charged charged with with four four counts counts of of involuntary involuntary manslaughter manslaughter Oakland Oakland county county prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald says says they they went went to to the the school school that that morning morning after after a a teacher teacher found found this this note note on on their their son's son's desk desk a a drawing drawing of of a a semi semi automatic automatic handgun handgun pointing pointing at at the the words words quote quote the the thoughts thoughts won't won't stop stop help help me me end end quote quote in in another another section section of of the the note note was was a a drawing drawing of of a a bullet bullet with with the the following following words words above above that that bullet bullet quote quote blood blood everywhere everywhere and and quotes quotes between between
School chief: Discipline not needed for boy before shooting
"The the school school superintendent superintendent in in Michigan Michigan is is speaking speaking out out about about a a deadly deadly shooting shooting at at a a local local high high school school Tim Tim thrown thrown leader leader of of Oxford Oxford community community schools schools says says the the teenager teenager accused accused of of killing killing four four students students was was called called to to the the office office on on the the day day of of the the shooting shooting and and his his parents parents were were there there but but no no discipline discipline was was warranted warranted sheriff sheriff Mike Mike Bouchard Bouchard says says there there was was no no history history of of problems problems this this individual individual did did not not come come on on the the school's school's radar radar at at all all for for either either bullying bullying or or problem problem behavior behavior or or questionable questionable behavior behavior until until the the day day before before investigators investigators say say the the semi semi automatic automatic gun gun was was bought bought legally legally by by fifteen fifteen year year old old Ethan Ethan Crumley Crumley spa spa there there last last week week prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald was was asked asked if if the the parents parents could could be be held held accountable accountable we're we're reviewing reviewing potential potential charges charges and and hope hope to to have have an an announcement announcement about about that that superintendent superintendent thrown thrown says says the the school school looks looks like like a a war war zone zone and and won't won't be be ready ready for for weeks weeks I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Michigan teen charged in Oxford High School shooting
"Prosecutors prosecutors are are charging charging the the Michigan Michigan teen teen accused accused of of killing killing four four students students at at his his high high school school with with murder murder and and terrorism terrorism charges charges fifteen fifteen year year old old Ethan Ethan crumbly crumbly was was in in court court a a day day after after the the shooting shooting where where a a judge judge ordered ordered him him held held without without bond bond and and transferred transferred to to an an adult adult jail jail facility facility police police told told the the court court crumbly crumbly recorded recorded a a video video of of the the night night before before talking talking about about killing killing students students and and Oakland Oakland county county assistant assistant prosecutor prosecutor mark mark Keast Keast says says he he deliberately deliberately dropping dropping him him down down there there with with the the intent intent to to murder murder is is many many students students as as he he grabbed grabbed prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald calling calling the the shooting shooting a a wake wake up up call call for for new new gun gun laws laws explains explains why why she she filed filed charges charges of of terrorism terrorism all all the the children children who who ran ran screaming screaming hiding hiding under under desks desks what what about about all all the the children children at at home home right right now now who who can't can't eat eat and and can't can't sleep sleep police police say say the the boy's boy's parents parents had had been been called called to to the the school school Tuesday Tuesday morning morning because because of of behavior behavior problems problems and and the the shooting shooting took took place place just just hours hours later later I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Student shoots, kills 3, injures 8 at Michigan high school
"Police police are are looking looking for for a a motive motive for for shooting shooting at at a a high high school school outside outside Detroit Detroit three three students students were were killed killed undersheriff undersheriff Mike Mike McCabe McCabe says says it it was was a a fifteen fifteen year year old old sophomore sophomore Oxford Oxford high high school school who who fired fired the the shots shots and and he he is is not not talking talking in in the the juvenile juvenile we we have have to to get get permission permission from from the the parents parents or or the the guardian guardian of of that that juvenile juvenile in in order order to to speak speak to to them them and and we we did did not not get get that that police police say say the the boy's boy's father father bought bought the the gun gun used used in in the the shooting shooting Friday Friday and and the the teenager teenager posted posted pictures pictures of of it it and and practice practice shooting shooting a a vigil vigil was was held held at at a a nearby nearby church church Dave Dave Gerber Gerber is is a a church church elder elder we're we're all all in in this this together together we're we're not not alone alone I'm I'm gonna gonna get get through through it it together together we're we're not not gonna gonna get get through through it it unchanged unchanged authorities authorities were were made made aware aware of of post post on on social social media media that that said said there there had had been been threats threats of of a a shooting shooting at at the the school school I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Authorities: Student kills 3, wounds 8 at Michigan school
"A a fifteen fifteen year year old old is is in in custody custody after after classmates classmates were were killed killed and and others others wounded wounded in in a a shooting shooting in in their their Michigan Michigan high high school school president president Biden Biden reacts reacts to to the the shooting shooting at at Oxford Oxford high high school school north north of of Detroit Detroit my my heart heart goes goes out out to to the the families families in in during during the the unimaginable unimaginable grief grief of of losing losing a a loved loved one one police police say say a a student student opened opened fire fire early early Tuesday Tuesday afternoon afternoon and and then then surrendered surrendered shortly shortly after after officers officers arrived arrived robin robin reading reading says says her her son son a a senior senior and and several several other other students students stayed stayed home home after after hearing hearing threats threats of of a a shooting shooting being being planned planned he he was was not not at at school school today today he he just just said said that that my my I I don't don't feel feel complimented complimented the the key key is is that that we we go go to to school school without without going going today today that's that's all all he he said said school school officials officials posted posted two two letters letters to to parents parents on on the the school school website website earlier earlier this this month month after after hearing hearing rumors rumors of of a a threat threat against against the the school school after after someone someone threw threw a a deer's deer's head head into into a a courtyard courtyard from from the the school's school's roof roof painted painted several several windows windows on on the the roof roof with with red red paint paint use use the the same same paint paint on on concrete concrete near near the the school school building building hi hi Tim Tim acquire acquire
Bishops OK Communion document, avoid direct rebuff to Biden
"Hi my cross your reporting Catholic bishops approve a communion document while avoiding a directory buff to president Joe Biden meeting in Baltimore the U. S. conference of Catholic bishops approved of the first major statement of communion in fifteen years defending the unborn but stopping short of sanctioning a ban on communion for politicians such as president Joe Biden who support abortion rights bishop Michael Burbidge was never the intention to target any individuals or group of individuals the document was approved on a two twenty two to eight vote with bishop Joseph Strickland among the dissenters from the people that I hear from that I'm sure that it's for most of us the scandal factor is quite significant my name is set at a recent private meeting in Rome pope Francis told him to continue receiving communion hi Mike Rossio
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Coming you just see black right and that is kind of how things ended for that series so thirteen years ago today two thousand seven the final episode of the sopranos aired I have one for you here fifteen years ago two thousand five the movie Mr and Mrs Smith was released do you know why this is significant because at a home wrecker Angelina Jolie broke up the fifth Aniston marriage that's why Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie fell in love while filming Mr and Mrs Smith when he was still married to Jennifer Aniston now I am watching a new series on apple TV called the morning show it's really good with Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell and I got the I upgraded my iPhone so I got apple TV free for a year pretty cool to get to original programming on that and it's kind of like it's it's a drama about a high profile network a national on television morning show like Matt Lauer and Katie Couric and right it's kind of it is about Steve Carell's character how he gets caught up in a me too situation in and gets fired and all the drama behind the scenes that high level network TV execs and all their conversations pretty good I would recommend it if you get apple TV Reese Witherspoon and that Reese Witherspoon is in it as well she's she has a great character as well more movie news on this date back twenty six years ago the day I graduated high school in nineteen ninety four speed was released by loves the movie space sandy bullock and Keanu Reeves Dennis Hopper playing the maniac is that such a fun movie huge crush on Sandra bullock I'll still smoke go ahead I'm just a fun fact here when movies a week will still open in Greenwood which is like the discount theater like the dollar moving around movies second run movies this was in nineteen ninety four so I just got my driver's license at this point that was the movie I saw the most at movies aching green what probably soul speed like twenty times and just going out with friends and stuff I can't think of a movie I've been to the theater multiple times to see all I could think of to the the matrix when saw the matrix twice when I was doing nights at the rock station and everything to do during the day I loved it so much want to see the matrix twice it was like in nineteen ninety nine matrix for coming out next year by the way so you and I have put a lot of money in the pockets of key Anna Rajan and then I went to see Big Daddy twice Sandler I've but I think I will with somebody to see the first time and then this girl I was trying to get with one of the sure apple weeks later so I just sit through an indoor a second round of Big Daddy with this chicken it worked that's kind of where I was I was I didn't plan to see it twenty times but I'm a cheapskate so we'll go to a movie will go to dinner and we'll go see the dollar fifty showing of speed for the thirteenth time DJ Qualls do you know who he is the day calls themselves this skinny little nerdy guy in road trip yes the got to dance is the tricky yes Kyle from road trip is forty two years old today they do anything else has he been in anything else with citizen Z. Yang Z. nation whatever that means I have no idea what that is a couple other the birthdays of know before we get out of here Kate Upton is twenty eight years old on the lower end model unbelievably hot he's on my mount Rushmore Justin Verlander wife that's his wife right he put a ring on it he liked it and put a ring on Elizabeth Hurley is fifty five years old today hot chicks on parade today Gina Gershon on man she's a she's one of the best two she's fifty eight years old today and finally hammer of forty five years ago in nineteen seventy five the eagles released their fourth album one of these nights and lionize.
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Fifteen years ago released celebrate first one in nineteen sixty seven beach boy Brian Wilson was their producer but they were known as three dog night they performed instead under the name red way I think three dog night much catcher in Redlands it had so many hits over the years always fun especially the song celebrate they have a lot more serious songs to one of those great bands and we appreciate you joining us this weekend on guarding your nest egg in finding out more about how to do that with my cluster of talent wealth management Mike are you someone that stays on top of getting a physical once a year I mean I would think having a wife and health care that's got to be on the radar to take care of every year right sadly no I need to do my yeah yeah yeah yeah some this is like your wife not having a retirement plan surely hot is in them I don't know I don't want to be too typical hi guys saying like want to be too typical jar yeah well we are so and by the way I'm a stay on topic about the if you ask me a question I gave an honest and I know it's been a long time gonna get to nineteen so you take better care of yourself and you take care of yourself at the gym and eating right and do it that's right in my head I'm taking care myself by going to the gym in the air and stuff like that but I need to thank you that's a typical do any who were supposed to get that physical once a year go to the dentist out of it's been fifteen years since have minds of their own I almost said your full god given name are you serious about fifteen your comment all my gosh might be yeah intervention after today show wow well what about your portfolio and that check up financial guru Suze Orman she says we need regular check ups there too and we shouldn't skip on obviously I.
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is that I mean when you what some of the way they chose today just a political or oriented stuff I mean this is as good old fashioned kind found conversation he was the best yeah right straight best I mean it's just told governor I led the you know people that are doing it now are phenomenal too yeah different different different type of show but Johnny is I've I've I had a I had to look it up during just listening that he passed away two January twenty third two thousand five yeah I mean I was fifteen years ago I mean yeah it's I mean that was ten thirty growing up that was for me those the the late night childhood but they all had so many different times of divorces like each of them two or three different divorces and so none of them could keep track to open what would the and when that all was but yeah Carson here's every night on antenna TV Charlie Brown thanksgiving nineteen seventy three first one was of course Christmas then Halloween in a couple random ones but this one was another one that was pretty a lot of fun you know making making popcorn in what was a peanut butter and jelly sandwiches flawless giving a jelly beans pretzel sticks yes whatever they could pull together yeah let's take a listen Charlie I can't believe it I think on the most stupid personal line John and you can't away in a land flat on my back self Charlie Brown phylum languages stupid it's still one of my favorites is my kids favorite vice we have they'll run to a child they were they were and you can pretty much is what I'm thinking is that right okay so here's what we got coming up.
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on KTRH
"Fiftieth anniversary is coming up on Monday Labor Day of the ATM made its debut fifteen years ago I was trying to think when was the last time I actually physically band in a bank I came in return I can't ever I don't let build are you open up a god shall issue that's it that's the only time I but probably physically been in the bank in the last two years the ATM sorter trains life and now of course the ATM is kind of going the way of the dodo bird as well because you can just go to any retail outlet if you're using a debit card grocery store whatever and use that to get your cash was less I'm use an ATM machine Labor Day marking the fiftieth anniversary of the in the U. S. anyway the automated teller machine which we that's what the ATM stands for automated teller machine mainly making his debut in Long Island New York at chemical bank from the first use of a potential identification number a pin number to the ability to use your smartphone is of a debit card to withdraw money the ATMs become an indispensable tool for most families like I said going to the bank to get cash for the most part doesn't exist anymore checks out KJRH dot com today we got a couple stores I think you'll enjoy you know everybody's been talking about chicken sandwiches in the chicken sandwich wars I I think killings burgers in peril and is decided if you can't beat it you might as well join it they are offering up but this is going on tomorrow starting eleven AM they're going to give away one thousand free chicken sandwiches with the purchase now I don't know if there's a minimum purchase you have to make but you might want to check it out there are serving up two different styles of chicken sandwiches regular fried chicken sandwich and they're also doing a national hot if you like national hot you like national hot spicy chicken well yeah let me some spicy chicken blood spicy chicken doors open at eleven AM they got up on their Facebook page we have a link at KJRH dot com and while you're on our page today there's some other things you may want to check out there as well we got Tim McGraw and he's very talented daughter Gracie in that she's got she's inherited the family pipes we have a reporter nearly struck by lightning while he was waiting to do a report and Alex Trebek congratulations to Alex Trebek who is back Italy's cancer is in remission he made this announcement yesterday another.
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on PTI
"Now you can tune in every day to see and hear him on the rich Eisen show. You can catch them to any number of things on NFL network. He does have forty yard dash thing. I was talked out of that he does it every year in a suit Frank. It's a great bit that he does the king of Staten Island rich is by the way Davis all grown up now. Eighteen years old team as well. Man, he doesn't get the jacket, flap, and I gotta ask happy anniversary. Dwight Howard on this fifteen years ago, Orlando selected Howard with the first pick in the NBA draft for a while, and look like how it was gonna be the airfare to shack and Tim Duncan as one of the dominant. Big minute league history turns out, he had one expanded moment that included leading Orlando to the finals in two thousand nine since Frank. Get this five teams seven years. He did beat LeBron. Get you're gonna be is your hall of Famer three time all defensive player of the eight time all star is y'all one trip to the finals, happy trails PK, sue van still in the afterglow of his favorite basketball team, winning the NBA championship. The all star defensive was traded from Nashville to New Jersey over the weekend in a salary dumped by the predators. It wasn't very long ago. Souvent seemed like one of the most important players in the NHL you was. And now he's on his third team three years to me and only played sixty three games last season but he did hang out with you. The NBA finals. So it was great. Remember I do. We're running out of shelters gets the big finish quickly, US men soccer team. Trinidad and Tobago six Neil big deal Christian. Pulisic was outstanding in that game. NBA awards tonight, trae young says deserves rookie of the year you agree. Yes. Right. After Luca Danni. She will be with Milan and Cortina Italy will host the Winter Olympics in two thousand twenty six good choice. If I'm a report, I want to be there but model and they're going to go bankrupt house in the Olympic jeopardy champ, James holes, our makes his debut in the World Series of poker tonight. How will he do do pope graduate, the jeopardy loops glass one college? Real all night. Start. Michigan danville break it down. How about Michigan? That's a great run for this everything. One Howard pitching. Right van is gonna win. All right, we're out of time. Thanks for watching. I'm frank. I sold. I'm Mike will bond saying time tomorrow. Knuckleheads. You can get the PTI podcast on the ESPN app..
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Of the BMW as the status symbol of Joyce. I'm Deborah edgier host. Thank you for joining US Open phones. We talk about your life and your money riding on the phone numbers. Triple eight eight to five five two two five. That's triple eight eight to five five, two two five Cristiana is with us in Evansville, Indiana. Hi Christie arts Christina. I'm sorry Christina. How are you? Hey, dave. I'm doing well. Thank you. Sure. What's up? I call. I'm really nervous. Okay. We've never lost a patient. What's up? Okay. And so my husband and I, I started to make ever at the beginning of our marriage, which was about fifteen years ago and we have been contributing to retirement for a while now. And so my question is about retirement under a little bit concern, because I wanna make sure Mandy is working the most that it can for us. Uh-huh. Husband is a minister. He's a actually staff pastor. And the organization that we started contributing today, four three beat plan at the time was a different denomination. We are now. So we have about seventy thousand dollars in that for three D, but we cannot keep contributing to that. And we also have a couple of different rods, that we are contributing to a great been at retirement because as ministers. Senior payment plan on that four three B at retirement, where we would get. Monthly installment. And if we get for housing or anything related to housing expenses, it would be tax free. So it, it go then today count pretext dollars. And then we can be tax free on that. However, if we are not using it for Halloween benefits like text at twenty percent. Is I don't know if I should move that money. There's, there's a little bit of a penalty with that I think it may be ten percent. I don't really know what to do out on the compound effect of that ninety with rods. Oh. How old is he? My husband is turned forty and I'm thirty nine I would roll it to an IRA. Because you're going to build more wealth than the benefit of it being tax free for housing. Because of course, our goal is to have your home paid for when you get to retirement. Anyways, your housing costs shouldn't be high at that point. Right. So you're Bill, more wealth and you won't meet it for housing. If you follow through on the other stuff that you've learned over the years. And so, yeah, I would I would give the Smartvestor pro and I would roll that to an IRA and, you know, across the four types of mutual funds. We talk about all the time growth, growth and income, aggressive growth and international. And then going forward, of course you're making sure you are investing fifteen percent of your income. If you're at baby step forward, it sounds like you are in to your retirement plan every year, and that can be Roth IRA's and, or the plan that the current denomination has available to you, which ever it is. But in either case, we're want to go Roth I don't wanna go match. I up to the match and then other than that we wanna go Roth and then pass that traditional, but in this case, this account is like you said, it's dad, they're not adding anything to it, and you're not allowed that anything to it. So I would go ahead and roll it Elliott is with us in Albany, New York. Hi, eliot. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Nice talking to you short time listener. But I'm enjoying it so far. Thank you get. Absolutely. So here's my question. So therapist, I graduate school two years ago? And my goal is to get was my students yet. So I started doing travel physical therapy because of the tax benefits because then nontaxed helping stipend, ten meal, stipend, am, I've been able to fear my student debt. How how's your housing in? Meal, not taxed. Because it's considered short-term living so business home of business, traveling. About every ninety days. I moved. Okay. And so what are you making a making about an average of seventy five hundred a month after tax while? So you're not going down like one twenty. Sweet. Sweet for AT manual doing good. All right. And how much debt did you pile up? So I started with a little over a hundred including Car Loans, Ben about seventy five thousand of the debt and white account. Well, thank you. So now the next crisis, I feel like I'm trying to figure out what you would advise this, I still have about twenty five or so between two cars and, you know, the travel thing I have a kid, it's one and a half now and one on the way. So I'm thinking we're going to try and settle down relatively soon. So then buying a house comes into the picture. So now I'm trying to juggle am I gonna keep aggressively.
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"This must have been fifteen years ago, and now he was going to Yosemite for four days and not to call, like he told all the senior guys, he told all the senior guys do not try. Did they didn't call them to come back? Well, the thing that's interesting is the boss says a great memory and the boss. Always always picks out stuff. And he just went, okay? That guy's going nowhere in this company and the guy didn't have to announce it. The guy could have just not picked up his phone, but he went in announced to everybody that you don't even try this guy years later, still talking about this memory of this young kid that stuck in his craw. And I know that if you talk to guys like Kimmel they will tell you specific little stories about little people down way down on the totem pole making proclamations stick in their craw, and they remember them forever. And I don't know why people are so hell bent on doing damage to themselves with people do that all the God damn time. And again announce you're going on vacation and now. You'll have your phone and then, don't pick it up and your junior guy that no one's going to need your input on some big case, but had to go announce everyone to not bother known. It's a weird thing. Is that happens? A lot is that leaving your phone out. So your wife, seize your mistress, text messages. Just being a moron. I will take a deeper, dive into this tomorrow. But Mike Lynch, and I were working on some book, outline or something. And we gave it to submit it to somebody, and the somebody publisher, whoever had, like the millennial read it read the outline and it's a good outline because I didn't because Mike Lynch did it and the millennials critique was don't totally hate the idea was like and then met, here's why. It's no good. And I thought, oh, this is what twenty three year olds do. They just tell everybody. What exactly they're thinking all the time, because everyone is always told them. You're an equal, your opinion is valued. Nobody, there's no hierarchy. There's no ranking there's no general in. No privates. Read. All generals are all privates. I have hired a couple of nineteen year olds and they fuck and suck. I mean their pain in the ass. I mean they're fucking. Worthless. And they have no qualms like telling you to your face, like I don't care for this or I don't want that tone, or whatever it is. I mean, they're fucking horrible. What do you got? Well, we just forwarded. The Dylan he just message me as you're saying this. These notes are insane. I cannot fucking believe this kid. It's really crazy. So I mean I, I don't even know what, what you haven't read it yet, but deal. And who is, you know, that outline is saying that the notes that Adam got or insane from the nineteen year old could be twenty two. I don't know. But it's like I don't hate it, but it's not funny and Bobby new could do better. And it's like I'm on the New York Times bestseller. Lists times for, I don't know how many from a nineteen year old because everyone wants to run it up all the dumb fuck flagpoles out there. So they're like, hey, you're twenty two. Hey, we want to sell to twenty two year olds because everyone's to sell the twenty two year olds. So then we. Our and embolden young FOX by giving getting their input on everything. And they don't read no twenty year olds read. No. But also, this is a book. We'll take a deeper dive into tomorrow, but it's funny. I don't care read Chris news letter. One of them. I think this problem arises from Adams, speaking, millennials as an expert as a millennial, it annoys very much older people try to explain to me about millennials there it is. That's it hurt. That's doesn't even make any sense perfect. But it but it's perfect and it does it's a bullseye. Now, the bigger promise that we're supposed to give a shit with this fuck thing. That's the problem. That's the bigger problem in our life. It's our fault Bolden..
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Fifteen years ago when we started this company, and by the way, Dave within the mortgage company business before this, and he would just come home at night and say, Loretta. I'm not thrilled about the way these mortgages are going. I think it's all going to implode and he was so, right? He's so good at predicting the future because in two thousand eight hundred exactly what happened. But we decided when we found out how we could help people, protect their assets, and get a great rate of return right after two thousand two thousand one two thousand two had hit and so many fortunes were lost. We found a way that we could protect fortunes and we could actually help people perpetuate their money. That's when we decided to make that transition. And I have to tell you way back, then I was so super excited just to start my own raft strategy, and I have continued from day one to fund my restaurant. That's what that's what I do. I don't even hardly put anything into an IRA. I mean every now and then I'll do that. But it's the restaurant g that I'm using to perpetuate that. And guess what, by the time I'm sixty five I'm going to be able to take out about seventy five thousand dollars per year tax free. And that is going to be a go a long way towards our future. You know, Dave, there's a couple of things that have happened one last week. And you decide to go fishing. Right. Oh, really? Yeah. Ever. Right. Okay. Okay. And it was interesting as I said, you know, Dave is today, data officials psycho. Yeah. It's gonna be can we create forecasts as smooth waters. No wind everything. Well, by the time he got back that afternoon. He was just wind blown, and you could see that it's, you know, he'd been ravaged his his buddies are walking off the boat. They're like ready to. So what happened there? Well, you know, the app didn't give us the right information. Yeah. I didn't. You know, we thought it was going to be great, but it didn't turn out though. And that's happened before you know it doesn't happen like that. So many times in life. Well, exactly. Right. And so, you know you don't know really what the future is going to hold for us. And so that's why you have to prepare for every eventuality now. I said today at what point did you realize it wasn't going to be good fishing day? And what did you say? One around the Santa Bella we're depends only what twenty minutes. But we, we were we were committed at the bay. We had the fish, we had the bo- we had it was six thirty in the morning. I mean we had to go there. Without a might smooth out. There are ways that you can actually readjust, and we can help you, you might have the best laid plans in your retirement right now. And yet, it might not be serving you than the way that you thought, well, we can help you to adjust those. Remember this is your future. You're in charge. Thank you for listening, please. Join us again. We're here every week or David and Lorette errands, have a great week..
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Fifteen years ago this week, Massachusetts became the first state in America to allow same sex marriages that followed a court challenge, led by Hillary, and Julie Goodrich, the couple wed as soon as they could with great fanfare and protest till death. Do we part we part, they divorced less than five years later? The Goodridge's say in winning the right to marry they lost their own marriage. They've been reluctant to talk about the personal toll of that landmark court battle until now. Gabriella Emmanuel of member station. W H has their story historians often divide the equal marriage movement into before, Goodridge and after Goodridge, a decade later, the supreme court weighed in guaranteeing same sex couples the right to marry nationwide. Still today. The Goodridge decision is held up alongside monumental supreme court decisions. Julie has a picture from gay pride March, and somebody was holding a sign that said Brown, ROY. Oh and Goodrich. And I just kinda love that. But Julie says it's not all puppies and kittens fifteen years after their wedding, the Goodridge's have decided to speak more candidly, about the entirety of their experience Hillary, and Julian, and their daughter, Anne Goodrich came together at Julie's apartment in Boston, every time if you look at any interview that we've done, we've never talked about the trauma, Julie says the trauma, took a couple different forms initially Hillary remembers. It was the pressure to be perfect the stress of feeling. Like I have the entire community resting on are being likable. Hillary says every TV outlet wanted shots of her flipping pancakes. Julie ironing Anne eating breakfast. We had to sort of looked like the girls who could be next door not too threatening. You know Julian I weren't walking around in leather Noah leather. No piercings just two moms and their. Curly-haired daughter. They say the trauma also came from being targeted the Goodridge lawsuit became a call to arms for opponents of same sex marriage, including then President George W Bush, our nation must defend the sanctity of marriage. I remember watching that and thinking, oh my gosh. We were like we just looked at each other. You're watching state. Yeah, it really got crazy. Very quickly across the country. There were efforts to forbid, same sex marriage, forty one states. Alternately limited marriage to heterosexual, couples in the middle of it all Hillary remembers getting voice voicemail from her mother that went something like this, darling. Well, I see today, you've managed to piss off the pope and the president. But when you get done with that, please give your mother, call the pope, and the president and soon Annie's playmates to elementary school classmates refused to come to her house. She was called homophobic slurs and Julie. Anne Anne recall opponents sent around a flyer. It went into, you know, our sex life. And how we were harming our daughter was son to the house of every family that was at my school and the final type of trauma. Julie says was losing each other we kind of go our separate ways in the house. Julie says seeking couples counseling wasn't an option. We couldn't do that felt like too much of a risk. It felt like the word would get out less than two years after getting married. Hillary and Julie had separated. When news got out it sent shockwaves through the gay community, Julie remembers getting an incredibly nasty Email about how we were going to be destroying the gay community. And I just felt like saying you know what? This is not what I chose. You know, I'm doing the best. I can any was ten when they separated it felt like our family. Let everyone down with fifteen years of distance, the three still spend Christmas together. And they say it was worth it, but they're not sure if they do it all, again, then any starts story nearby. There's a restaurant, and there's this waitress who works there. A few weeks ago, the waitress showed them pictures of her wedding. Julie says they saw two smiling brides. I remember thinking she has absolutely no idea who we are. And it that's what was kind of that's, that's what was kind of great about looking at those fixtures as she was just showing us because she could. And she felt comfortable to bring her pictures to her place of their beautiful pictures and any Goodridge says it's nice to have their family name stamped on something that made many gay couples happy.
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Virginia. Senator Tim Kaine reacting to the top three elected state officeholders all facing calls for their resignations attorney, general, Mark herring. The latest admitting that he attended a college party years ago in black face misstatement. He said the memory of that experience has haunted him ever since. And he continues that I have contributed to the pain Virginians. Have felt this week is the greatest shame. I've ever felt in the days ahead. Honest conversations and discussions will make it clear whether I can or should continue to serve as attorney general. But no matter where we go from here. I will say that from the bottom of my heart. I am deeply deeply sorry for the pain that I caused with this revelation logs is Garrett ten days ago. Attorney general Herron called Virginia's governor Ralph north of to resign over his admission of wearing black face woman who accuses Virginia's Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting her fifteen years ago now released details of the encounter, which Fairfax insists was consensual. The Pentagon moving two hundred fifty troops to the US border crossing at eagle pass, Texas. That's just across the border from the spot where the latest Central American migrants caravan is gathering anybody that makes that illegal entry into the United States crossing the Rio Grande here in eagle pass. They will be arrested. They will be detained border patrol agent. Matthew hudek? There are signs that the bipartisan conference committee working to avoid a second federal government shutdown may be making progress on the issue. L speaker Nancy Pelosi says she has told the conferees that she will support whatever package they come up with and says, she hopes the president will respect the process as well. The deadline Ford agreement to prevent a second federal government shutdown. It's.
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"KLBJ AM Austin five ninety AM and K two five nine AJ. Austin? As Virginia turns on, Jack Callaghan. Fox news. Are saying clearly and loudly behaviors are unacceptable Virginia. Senator Tim Kaine reacting to the top three elected state officeholders office in calls for their resignations attorney, general, Mark herring. The latest admitting that he attended a college party years ago in black face, Stephen. He said the memory of that experience has haunted him ever since. And he continues that I have contributed to the pain Virginians. Have felt this week is the greatest shame. I've ever felt in the days ahead. Honest conversations and discussions will make it clear whether I can or should continue to serve as attorney general. But no matter where we go from here. I will say that from the bottom of my heart. I am deeply deeply sorry for the pain that I caused with this revelation Garrett ten days ago, attorney general Herron called on Virginia's governor Ralph north of to resign over his admission of wearing black face. But woman who accuses Virginia's Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting her fifteen years ago now released details of the encounter, which Fairfax insists was consensual. The Pentagon moving two hundred fifty troops to the US border crossing at eagle pass, Texas. That's just across the border from the spot where the latest Central American migrant caravan is gathering anybody that makes it illegal entry into the United States crossing the Rio Grande here in eagle pass. They will the arrested they will be detained border patrol agent. Matthew hudek? There are signs that the bipartisan conference committee working to avoid a second federal government shutdown may be making progress on the issue. L speaker Nancy Pelosi says she has told the conferees that she will support whatever package they come up with and says, she hopes the president will respect the process as well. The deadline Ford agreement to prevent a second federal government shutdown. It's one week from tomorrow. This is Fox News. Looking stand out from the pack at your first job when you earn a master's in management from Georgetown..
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on KTOK
"Virginia. Senator Tim Kaine reacting to the top three elected state officeholders all facing calls for their resignations attorney, general, Mark herring. The latest admitting that he attended a college party years ago in black face the statement, he said the memory of that experience has haunted him ever since. And he continues that I had contributed to the pain Virginians. Have felt this week is the greatest shame. I've ever felt in the days ahead. Honest conversations and discussions will make it clear whether I can or should continue to serve as attorney general. But no matter where we go from here. I will say that from the bottom of my heart. I am deeply deeply sorry for the pain that I caused with this revelation Garrett ten days ago, attorney general Herron called on Virginia's governor Ralph Northam to resign over his admission of wearing black face woman, who accuses Virginia's Lieutenant governor. Justin Fairfax of sexually assaulting her fifteen years ago now released details of the encounter, which Fairfax insists was consensual. The Pentagon moving two hundred fifty troops to the US border crossing eagle pass Texas just across the border from the spot where the latest Central American migrant caravan is gathered anybody that makes that illegal entry into the United States crossing the Rio Grande here in eagle pass. They will the arrested they will be detained border patrol agent. Matthew hudek? There are signs that the bipartisan conference committee working to avoid a second federal government shutdown may be making progress on the issue. L speaker Nancy Pelosi says she has told the conferees the chiefs support whatever package they come up with and says, she hopes the president will respect the process as well. The deadline Ford agreement to prevent a second federal government shutdown one week from tomorrow. This is Fox News..
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on AP News
"At the supreme court in January her first illness related absence in more than twenty five years as a Justice she's been recuperating at her Washington home, but Monday night, the eighty-five year old attended a concert in her honor given by. Her daughter-in-law and other musicians at a museum a few blocks from the White House. Patrice Michaels is a soprano and composer, and she's married to Ginsburg son, James the concert was dedicated to Ginsberg's life in law and concluded with a song set to Ginsberg's answers to questions. Ben Thomas, Washington. As doubts over Virginia. Governor Ralph northbound's political future linger AP's Mets mall reports. Attention is shifting toward that states. Lieutenant governor is Virginia's Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax is next in line. If current embattled governor Ralph Northam steps down, but the thirty nine year old African American democrat is facing a battle of his own. He strongly denying an allegation of sexual assault. That was initially circulated on a conservative website fact would run a story uncorroborated allegation offer about fifteen years ago tells you exactly what this is all about the Washington Post says that it was approached by a woman back in two thousand seventeen carefully investigated, but never published the accusation. I'm Matt small. Lawyers group has filed a lawsuit accusing the federal government of maintaining inhumane conditions at a Brooklyn jail. After the power went out AP. Correspondent Warren Levinson reports. The lawsuit filed by the federal defenders of New York charges after a fire caused a power outage jail a week ago. The facility was left largely without heater hot water with only limited electricity and a near total shutdown of medical services while guards came to work in coats and scarves, inmates were given no blankets or warm clothes as the temperature dropped the suit says there are sixteen hundred inmates in the lockup. Protesters gathered outside word spread of conditions inside the suit also contends federal officials made misleading statements about the dire situation inside the electricity was restored Sunday evening. Warren Levinson, New York state of the union is underway. I'm Tim Maguire AP newsmen to President Trump is delivering a state of the union address to both house and Senate members in Washington..
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Almost fifteen years ago today, it was one of the most heroin tales of abuse one of the most sickening examples of mistreatment of human being, but also one of the most inspiring stories of human survival that this state has ever seen Terry. Jen Dusen Nikolai viciously beaten by her ex husband following years of abuse beaten to within an inch of her life stuffed into a garbage can driven to Illinois and left for dead in a storage locker in subfreezing temperatures for twenty one hours. She was able. To call nine one. One ex husband led authorities to that locker and within an hour. Investigators said of her dying of exposure, she was saved for the past fifteen years. She has been a crime victims rights, advocate and a motivational speaker. And she joins me here on the Dan O'Donnell show. Terry, Jen, Dussen Nikolai. Thank you so much for taking the time, Terry. I really do. Appreciate it. Well, thank you. It's an honor for me to talk to you too. I listen to you all the time. Well, I do appreciate that. That really does make my day. And when you go and talk about your story. What do you find that the reaction is to what it was that you went through and how you're able to? So because that's the thing that that really amazes me how you're able to so openly. And honestly talk about what happened to you. Yes. And you know, I do that. Because I truly believe that it isn't just a horror story. I find that people. Are you know at first horrified when they hear what happened? But by the end of my my lecture, they are they're inspired are generally inspired and lot alive people out. There are going through their own problems. It could be domestic violence. It could be any bad situation that they're in. And they come up to me afterwards. And tell me how inspired they are that the can possibly get through with us. I can get through something like that they can chew. And ultimately your story is one of truly amazing survival not just of the events of fifteen years ago. But what preceded it you were married? You had two children and your ex husband David Larson became extremely abusive. And when you you finally left and. Got a divorce filed for divorce January thirty first two thousand one the abuse. The harassment didn't stop I mean for years non payment of child support and showing up at your job harassment of baby sitters things like that. It was just a continual pattern until that fateful day. January thirty first two thousand four so January thirty first thousand four I believe he was waiting for that day. I believe because it was the anniversary of our divorce. She was waiting for that day. It happened to be honest yesterday. He had the kids like. Friday and then Saturday morning, I would pick them up every Saturday morning at ten o'clock. He knew that it wasn't a surprise. That's what the court order was. So on the times that he did have them. I would go pick them up. And so the clock Saturday morning January thirty first before I even called him before I left my house inside I will be. There are ten because there are numerous times when he just wasn't there. He wasn't there on time. Just anything he could do to control the situation. So there was even a phone. Call made saying I'm going to be there at ten make sure you're there, make sure they're ready. So I get choice house which was try from where I was ring the bell. It's cold that day, not probably not as cold as today. Right. It was cold. It always about seventeen degrees. It was snowing up to his house rang the doorbell. No answer. There for a while went back to my car, you know, sat in the heat for a little bit. Went back. Ring the doorbell men he answered and he said, well the girls are playing a game. They're hiding they want you to find them. And I knew in my gut that something was wrong because he had since I left he had never let me back in the house. But now he did right now he did. And I knew it just it didn't something didn't feel right. But you know, what we had a birthday party to go to that date. I was running late. I still need to pick up a present for one of their friends. It was cold. So I just thought. Okay. And plus, you know, what I didn't want to disappoint my girls they were four and six at the time. And I thought, you know, if they're you know, they love playing hide and seek and if they're hiding they want mom to find him. I don't want to disappoint of fine. I'll just go in. And all we well Watson choice house, and I just remember walking down the foyer and bang. I just remember clunk just something hitting my head. And I was out. I came to a little while later and saw him standing on top of me. And now he was through the court system facing jail time for purposely not paying child support for quite some time. Like purposely been a couple of years he had another court date coming up in March where he knew he was facing jail time. So he started saying I'm not going to jail. You know, you're not doing this to me. I'm not going to jail and continued kidding me. Remember looking can seeing a black Louisville slugger baseball bat. I just remember seeing that baseball bat, and he continued to hit me over the head Rickaby Bobby numerous times, and you know, it's really weird when when you envision something like that you're thinking God, that must've really really hurt. But at that time, I think I was so in shock right at all. I really. Remember from that wasn't the pain. It was it was the sound. He then took I don't I didn't know at the time. I found out later was like my socks towel during the struggle. My I had had some nylon jogging pants on. Always we're taking off you take my shoes off socks off. He was putting all these things in my mouth trying to suffocate me. And I just remember thinking, you know, I just have to keep moving. I can't let him have this grip over my mouth just kept wiggling and squirming as much as I could. And he came to a point where he had a role of silver duct tape that he started keeping my mouth, and he literally ended up keeping my entire head. So all the way around from my is all the way down to my Chen. It was at that point. I was just really inside myself starting to pray. I I can't I can't go like this. I was in so much fear. Not really just for myself. But for my kids because at that point, I didn't know if he did something to them. I didn't know where they were. I didn't know if he was gonna do something to them. So that that instinct kicked in and I just really I have to fight. I have to fight. I can't go down. Like this Terry. Jen Dussen Nikolai, my guest here at that point, Terry. This story is relatively well known. He had you you were wearing a jacket, but you didn't have pants. You didn't have shoes didn't have socks on. He puts you bound in a plastic garbage can and filled it with snow yet. Somehow, you were still able to dial nine one one how I remembered that I had my cell phone in my jacket pocket. I always carried my cell phone on me not in a per. I didn't leave it in the car. I always had it in a pocket whenever I had an exchange with him. Because I never knew if I would have to call the police if he started being belligerent if he started trying to hit me or, you know, swearing in front of the girls or something. So I literally took my thumb nail. And I started scratching at the tape that would hold him my wrists together and got one of my hands free. And it was you know, you're thinking back in two thousand four I had the phone with a raised. Numb digits. Yeah. So I could feel I could feel or nine one one wasn't I called nine one one. The first dispatcher obviously couldn't hear understand what I was saying because my face is all duct tape. But I just kept saying his address over and over and over and she got it. And she said something like, you know, you having trouble breathing, and I was just yeah. Yeah. You know, a few minutes later I did hear sirens. And I thought thank God. But the problem was we were moving by then. So I was in the back of his truck. We were going one way and the sirens coming tortoise house. So the police, unfortunately, just missed you at that point. You were you were driving quite a ways, actually, and you made a second nine one one call to Milwaukee county dispatch, but the dispatcher their thought it was a prank, which still boggles my mind that that dispatcher didn't take you seriously. It was it was horrible. That's the last thing. I remember until coming to Eliah leader. He literally had driven around for hours, and he had dropped the girls off at babysitters or his girlfriend or whoever it was at the time. And then he drove to where he worked at the air airports in Illinois, Palatine, Illinois. Smaller airport which drove to but not before dropping me off at a storage locker place, which was literally within a mile from his work, which when you sit in the airport tower. You can see it. So he he dropped me off. I remember feeling you know, the been being taken off the truck, I didn't worry wise, but I heard airplanes overhead. So I knew I was someplace finding report before that at some point. While he was driving. I remember getting my hand free and sticking it out of the garbage can and trying to wave it to passersby, and he had stopped the truck and said one will move my one more move like that I'll get on my thirty eight. So I I knew he had his gun on him. So he had I think my phone rang to at some point during transport, and he had taken my phone. So at this point, I had no phone. He had dropped off the girls. And he was dropping me off someplace didn't know where it was. I just felt being moved someplace I heard a bunch of scooting around. He in the NFL. He had in the storage locker that he had run did a needed storage locker and he had crates boxes two by fours. Yeah. Duct tape. The garbage can lead close all these boxes and crates on top of a two by fours against it. So I couldn't rocket over. I mean he had me in that storage locker. And that's where you were trapped in the bitter cold for twenty one hours. I can't tell you that twenty one hours between blocking in and out and being freezing cold feeling my feet just freeze. My. Hands were freezing. My head was throbbing was bleeding from my head. I was throwing up doing everything I could praying trying to rock that garbage can trying to get the lid off. I punched a hole through the top of it. And you know, got my hand out, and all I could feel the boards and crates and everything on top of it just I literally spent that whole time just trying to dig myself out and praying and just in in paralyzing fear of what is happening to my daughter's the next day, February I I believe it was around one o'clock in the afternoon racing Conan sheriff's department found me the amazingly we're looking through his well, the ended up finding him at his work Saturday nights that thirty I took them in question him he acted like he never saw me that day. Oh, she does this all the time. She never comes to pick up the kids, which is so much focus. Right. You know? I had to find a babysitter. So I could get to work. I didn't hear all day long. And then when he was being interviewed this. So that's funny because there was a nine one one call from your house. So things started to unravel while they were checking his personal items. They came across a business card for storage locker called it had the guy storage locker look around. You heard me yelling inside. Oh my goodness. Got somebody. Yup. And they they got me out twenty one hours later was to know, thanks for my ox. He never once told them. Why was or that? He did anything to me. So. Yeah. So it was February first that afternoon when they found me an hour from my kidneys were feeling my body temperature. I think it was like eighty seven. It. And at that time, I was newly married, and I was just pregnant and I lost the child tool but miraculously survived and after two months in the hospital and losing all ten toes to frostbite and having numerous surgeries on my feet and on the back of my head..
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"And by that now at may places they're rewarded for starting it. There are no consequences or putting yourself in a story where there might have been fifteen years ago. You said who cares? What you think in a report the facts? But now, I'm quite sure that they get certain reports pats on the back when they make certain statements six and circulated and weren't wasn't there. Good investigative reporting that you did on issues like Benghazi and other big issues that they didn't want to air over at CBS. Well, you know, that was a complicated story right to some degree, but they usually assigned to those stories loved at first. And then as I say when certain pushback came from certain entities and interest, and like with staff and the story up at CBS did want those stories traditionally and for many years, and then it started to change the ten more reacting to the special interests and certain conflicted people probably within the network or by marketing. Have not been that way for many years for me anyway. Well, you know, it's funny. I'm actually proud of the work that we do. I I go out of my way to do. Fine. News and information that people want need and desire that they're not getting elsewhere. I mean, the discoveries on the deep state that we've had over the last two years or going back even further my vetting ov-. Obama would nobody would vet them. I mean, we went really deep deep deep into Frank Marshall Davis black liberation theology. The twenty years in Reverend Wright's pews the church at GD, America, acorn Alinsky. And you know, I thought it was a big deal that Obama started his political career in the home of two unrepentant terrorists. But he only got asked one time during that entire campaign about that issue. And it was a question. I fed the day before the George Stephanopoulos. He didn't he had never heard of airs and Dorn. Pretty pretty shameful. Don't you think on the media's part? I think we've done a poor job at applying a consistent standard to the people that we cover in terms of skepticism an investigation, you know, we have heard our own credibility. There's clearly a double standard the way we treat the same behavior or the same people if they happen to be in different political parties, we gotta take a quick break. We'll come back more with Sheryl on the other side. Hannity watch on shove, Nancy and their minions. Sean Hannity, if it matters in Clifton park, it matters to us. This is W G Y. Smoking is not about politics. It's about people. There are thirty four million Americans that smoke for me jewel was a game changer because you switch to jewel. It's simple. It's satisfying. And no more smell. I watch people all the time they run outside in the freezing cold can be grabbing their cigarette..
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"If you are over fifty five, I am not an investment advisor. Do not take my word for it. Do your own homework. But I will tell you. I think we're coming up to something that is going to be a very long event horizon and the turnaround if you're fifty fifty five maybe beyond your retirement, I've taken seventy five percent of everything I have out of stock markets because I just I think something bad is coming and the shoe will drop I just don't know which you will be. But there are shoes being pushed to the edge. All. Over the world. Thanks. All right. Let me tell you about American finance. This is this is a great time to talk about American financing. American finance is a company that as family owned and operated business, and I don't know fifteen years ago, they were not they were not a national company there were regional company, and they wanted me to commercials for them regionally. And I said, no because I don't do any mortgage companies. And a push push push in said our different than I said, you know, what you call me after this crash that everybody is denying and they're like, we're not denying. We think you're right. And I said, well, you call me and tell me how you've weathered because I don't believe in these mortgage companies. This is the only mortgage company that I endorse and it's American financing and I endorse them because. They were right. The don't get you into crazy loans..
"fifteen years ago" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Good evening. Gary, Jeff how you doing? I'm amazing turn the tables. See how I did that. I did it. I did it. I thought I thought that was good. I am a mazy. So doctor Huber. Yes, sir. If you will, sir. Let's talk a little bit. The president had his Oval Office dress the first time since he's been in office earlier this evening, and you were asked by a number of people to measure and study, the president's body movements body language language, and how did you find President Trump in his body language in the Oval Office address? Well, you know, maybe it was in the water or something around here, but he like John Lithgow plane, whereas Trump so. The hell with Alec Baldwin. I'd love to see John Lithgow play that role. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I think so too. Because if there's if there's any if there's any more ham to be late on that sandwich. John Lithgow can absolutely slaughter that pig and put it on the bread. There's no. Definitely and he'll be running around going. Now. I mean, he looked like Donald Trump to me. I mean, it is funny. You mentioned the president's body language, and you were asked to kind of 'certain what his body language told you earlier tonight. It's always funny when he's in front of the Democrats. He's always goes arms crossed. When he doesn't offensive posture. You know, definitely definitely when he talks to reporters, generally, whether these on the rope line, or whatever he's very open. And when he talks the American people is very open, and at the rally sees wide the hell open Nancy Pelosi or Chuck Schumer, or whatever it's just like arms across he got. He got a little smirk on his face. But you're not getting much out of that gun at that point. Exactly. And you know, I mean, it, it's it's, you know, it's the opponents right there, you know, people on the other side of the team so to speak against the team, and he's gonna he's gonna posture like that and he's trying not to 'cause there's other posture. When we've seen historically go back, you know, ten fifteen years ago, and the apprentice and stuff like that his postures would be kind of an aggressive threatening posture. He's trying not to do that. So it becomes defensive and crosses arms. It's kind of interesting how he's working on that. And like the aggressive thing. Like when he when he sits with his legs wide open. In a chair. Very aggressive the alpha. Exactly, that's, you know, I'm I'm the boss, and you pay attention to me. That's that's it. That's one of the things. I love about him to be honest with. I love that about the press. So we had that going on. And then the democrat response, which was more predictable than Donald Trump's I think, but this thing continues to go on. And it's we try not to talk politics. Eventually we devolve into that notice cushions because you and I have some of the same feelings about what's going on in the country right now. And you know, ultimately, if you remember what this was a compromise between, you know, Republican president nineteen eighty six democratic house and Senate, and they agreed to to build the wall, and then re redo our immigration laws and make streamline those passages in exchange for what am the amnesty amnesty? How many millions of people and then the Democratic Party walked away from it? And now all he's doing is going back and say, look we got to finish the job. And you know, it doesn't need to be voted on anymore. It's already been approved in nineteen eighty six. And you know, the thing is both parties Republican party and the democrat party us this immigration thing as a way to divide the rest of us and Trump succeeds in getting that done, there's no more using that to divide us. And he knows that. And so does the Republicans and the Democrats, and it's just you know, we just have to sit back. And see who's got who's got the butter goes through it. All now, you know, we talked about how many billion it's got to be. Well, we got what's that druglords money? We got fifteen Chapel Hill chapel drug, and that's that's more than what the estimates are to build the wall. So let's use the man's money. And he's not even here to to take it anymore. So I don't know why they're sitting on it. But it is accounted for and it is sitting in a vault somewhere. I said that when they captured the MO fo I said, let's use El Chapo is money in that way. Mexico will pay for the wall. And exactly exactly and it won't, you know, essentially, we paid for it though. It was American dollars buying all the cocaine and everything marijuana. But you know, I it's not gonna come out of our tax base. And in a story. It's a done deal. Let's move on. Let's go talk about something that really matters. Let's let's reform our immigration policy, and my friends who are out there. Struggling some of them all over twenty years. Trying to become legal citizens legally in this country can can get on with their lives instead of going and meeting with immigration every six months to prove that they're they're still not, you know. Left the country, you personally know people who are dealing with trying to become citizens and trying to do it the quote, right way, exactly right now and the right way is fraught with so many obstacles in so many hurdles it's like after a while. Why would anybody keep trying? It's just. And the reason the reason why they do no matter how poorly everybody talks about this country. It is still the best place. Sarah's place to be in the world. And could you please? Could you please send that to Alexandria Casio Cortes and receded to leave? Would you? Forward that message to them. I could. But it doesn't really matter because you can't fix stupid. So we just move on. And ignorance is one thing stupidities another. Did you did you ever hear my Henry Kissinger impression now? No, would you like to? Definitely. The first thing we must do is kill all the Palestinians. We're gonna take a break, Dr John Huber and be right back. The nightcap here on seven hundred wwl w. News, traffic and weather. News Radio seven hundred w ELL Cincinnati. The president addressing the nation tonight about the partial government shutdown and what's next in DC. This is the eleven thirty report. I'm rob carpenter. Breaking now over the last several years, I've met with dozens of families whose loved ones were stolen legal immigration. I've held the hands of the weeping mothers and embraced the grief stricken fathers, so sad. So terrible. The president also tonight with guidance from security officials his administration has sent a detailed proposal to congress outlining specific requests for funding. Law enforcement professionals have requested five point seven billion dollars for a physical barrier at the request of Democrats. It will be a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall. This barrier is absolutely critical to border security, President Trump with a message to lawmakers every member of congress pass a Bill that ends this crisis. But Democrats say that's what they're doing. But it's Republicans. They say who refused to move forward on legislation to reopen parts of the government impacted by this partial shutdown, unless the president says he'll sign it. Democrats are putting pressure on the president putting forward legislation that funds through the end of the fiscal year. Every impacted department except for DHS saying federal workers should not be held hostage to this fight over border security. Karen Travers, ABC news, Washington,.