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2 officers indicted in death of man shot 76 times during 2016 raid

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 d ago

2 officers indicted in death of man shot 76 times during 2016 raid

"Two cases against Georgia police officers accused of killing black men have ended with very different outcomes in Fulton County a grand jury handed up an eight count indictment against a member of the U. S. Marshall service and a Clayton county policeman Eric kinds and Christopher Hutchins are charged with felony murder and lying about the twenty sixteen shooting death of Jim Marion Robinson a former college football player he was shot seventy six times when police went to serve a warrant in connection with the weapons case in a different case in Washington County Georgia a jury has deadlocked in the trial of three former sheriff's deputies accused of murdering Yuri Martin during a twenty seventeen suspicious persons arrest the fifty eight year old black man was shocked repeatedly with stun guns and died Martin had a history of schizophrenia authorities say he had taken an aggressive stance hi

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Vaccine Chief Kono Popular Favorite to Become Japan's Leader

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Vaccine Chief Kono Popular Favorite to Become Japan's Leader

"Japan's vaccine chief is looking like the favorite to become the nation's next leader Indian polls showed the outspoken cabinet minister in charge of vaccinations Tero Colo has the most popular support to become the country's next leader current prime minister Justin Heidi soon because something announcement last week that he will not seek another term has opened the way full array of candidates single spaced nose diving popularity over the government's coronavirus response fifty eight year old co no a graduate of Georgetown University and fluent in English is a rarity in Japanese politics usually dominated by elderly man he's got many fans among younger people with whom he communicates via social media I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Individuals Should Have the Freedom To Decide Whether To Get Vaccinated

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Individuals Should Have the Freedom To Decide Whether To Get Vaccinated

"A doctor himself senator. Rand paul a senator. Welcome back to the trailer kirk. Show thanks for having me charlie. So senator. The fda has just approved the pfizer vaccine. Seems like that is rushed on. There's a lot of different opinions being offered about this from your own medical expertise. What is your opinion of this. I think when you decided to take any kind of medicine you weigh the risks of the medicine versus the risks of the disease to really depends on how old you are. I mean if you're over. Sixty five i think the risk of dying from covet or pretty high and i think the rest of the vaccine are pretty low in comparison so over sixty five. I would take the vaccine. I think if you're overweight at almost any age particularly overweight over forty. I think the risk of the disease are worse than the actual vaccine. The other thing is is that. I also would test whether i've been infected so i'm fifty eight years old and i might be inclined to. I'm i'm a little roy. Maybe but i'm not obese. But i would probably still take the vaccine had already had it but i know i had no i had antibody response and the thing is all. The studies. Show that natural infections at least as good as as the vaccine. Some studies are actually showing that natural infection be better against some of the variants but the bottom line is we should all be allowed the freedom to make this decision and it should be based on facts dr fao g the elitists and biden administration. They don't want anybody to think about the facts. The back to be damned. I don't care whether you've had it or not. They just want you to submit. It's more about the collective it's about the beehive it's not about the individual and if you ever hear foul. She mentioned individual rights. He's very very dismissive and he thinks we ought to. Just listen to him. you know. do as you're told and don't Pipe up with any you know troublesome questions. He just wants you to do as you're told. But that's not the tradition of america and it's not the tradition of science.

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New Zealand Thrown Into Lockdown Over Single Suspected Delta Case

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

New Zealand Thrown Into Lockdown Over Single Suspected Delta Case

"New zealand is locking the whole country down literally over. One co vid infection. One person in the entire country has kovin and they're going into lockdown. New zealand ordered into strict nationwide lockdown yesterday after one kovic nineteen case was detected. The is happened in auckland. An unidentified fifty eight year old man tested positive. They're shutting the whole country down for one person

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Greg Knapp, New York Jets Assistant Coach, Has Died at 58

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

00:17 sec | 3 months ago

Greg Knapp, New York Jets Assistant Coach, Has Died at 58

"New york jets assistant. Greg knapp has passed away after a bicycle accident last weekend in northern california the had been offensive coordinator for the forty niners. Raiders had worked for seven different franchises but nap was struck by a car in the last week and never regained consciousness. Greg knapp was fifty eight years old.

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How Octavia Butler Used Science Fiction to Address Social Injustice

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:18 min | 4 months ago

How Octavia Butler Used Science Fiction to Address Social Injustice

"For some science. Fiction is way to escape problems. In the real world for octavia via science. Fiction was away to shine a light on those problems. She used other worlds to examine real human experiences and address issues facing humanity. Her works touch on the environment race. Theory black feminism queer theory and disability studies. She was a pioneer in the development of africa. Future azam octavia had a powerful certainty and drive in her writing career evidenced in the archives of her work at the huntington library she wrote. I shall be bestselling writer. And i will find the way to do this. So be it. See to it. She was right octavia won many awards including the nineteen eighty four hugo award for best short story and hugo award for best novel. Let in nineteen ninety-five. She received a genius grant from the macarthur foundation. Becoming the first science fiction writer to do so with this grant. She was able to buy a house for her mother and herself. In two thousand five octavia was awarded a place in chicago state. University's international black writers hall of fame by that point. Her books had been translated into at least ten languages selling more than one million copies a year later. In two thousand six octavia died after taking a fall in her washington home. She was fifty eight years old. Since her death octavia butler's writing has become even more popular. Her work is featured on college campuses and there are plans for some of her stories to be adapted for film and television one of her books parable of the sower feels particularly prescient. Set in the twenty twenties. Parable of the sower is based in a world that's largely collapsed due to climate change class inequality in corporate greed. In her work octavia exposed flaws of this world by creating others her uncanny ability to see understand and reveal deep-seated problems continues to inspire and provoke readers today

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Wild Assistant GM, Tom Kurvers, Dies at 58 From Lung Cancer

31 Thoughts: The Podcast

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Wild Assistant GM, Tom Kurvers, Dies at 58 From Lung Cancer

"To end on a sad note today elliott. Tom kurvers wonderful defensemen Wonderful executive as well passes away at the age of fifty eight years old. It seems like it was not that long ago that i a rookie. Tom kurvers suiting up for the montreal. Canadians playing alongside. Chris chellios condolences to the family. And the friends of tom kurvers. Who elliott you mentioned. Passes away at the age of fifty eight now. There's a lot of people who are friends of his in hockey. Ray ferraro brad tree. Living rick bowness the entire minnesota wild organization. I think todd walsh. The broadcaster in arizona was really tight with kurvers. A lot of people you know. Just send our soro in our condolences. Way way way. Too young

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Blind Man's Sight Partially Restored with 'Optogenetics' Gene Therapy

the NewsWorthy

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Blind Man's Sight Partially Restored with 'Optogenetics' Gene Therapy

"A team of scientists have at least partially restored a blind man's site successfully using new kind of gene therapy with engineer goggles. For the first time a fifty eight year old man and france has been slowly losing his sight for the last forty years because of an eye disease and he was totally blind before this study well. Researchers added sensitive proteins to his retina and then gave him special goggles to wear at home. After several months the man started seeing objects again like the stripes of a crosswalk granted. They were still blurry. And it's far from being full vision but scientists are still calling this a major milestone for more effective treatments to come. They're looking to enroll more volunteers and clinical trials.

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Meet the 'Tactical Gramma'

Talking Tech

01:45 min | 7 months ago

Meet the 'Tactical Gramma'

"Listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech my co host. Mike snyder is off today. So when you think about video games you're likely thinking about younger people. You know kids who play video games like mario kart or maybe you know kids that are in high school or college. They play older games like call of duty and madden and other stuff like that. Maybe it's your kids. Maybe it's your grandkids who knows but that's typically the audience we think of when we think about video games but something interesting is happening though which is a lot more. Seniors are starting to get into video games or have been playing for a while and they're continuing to do it even as they get older case in point A story. I wrote on tech dot. Usa today dot com about michelle stadium. Who is a grandmother of two in washington state. she goes by the nickname technical. Grandma she when she's not taking care of her grandkids. She is a budding video game. Streamer the fifty eight year old has cultivated a following on platforms like tiktok worship post highlights of her adventures in games. Like the first person shooter call of duty warzone. If you're not familiar with this game it is basically they take one hundred players and they drop them into one area and the last person to survive wins So stadium goes on different platforms such as facebook gaming and twitch and she has a really solid following there but it's tiktok where she has really blossomed as a recording. This her

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Brazil set to lose its third health minister as pandemic death toll rises

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:58 min | 8 months ago

Brazil set to lose its third health minister as pandemic death toll rises

"Brazilian health. Minister eduardo has willow is set to be sacked after an inglorious ten month. Tenure during which more than two hundred and sixty thousand brazilians have been killed by a corona virus outbreak that his government stands accused of catastrophically mismanaging when the foul rights president. Jair bolsonaro named the army general. He's interim health minister on may sixteen last year. Nearly fifteen thousand brazilians had died of covid. Nineteen ten months later. The death toll has risen to almost two hundred eighty thousand and south. America's largest nation has been thrust into the most deadly chapter of its epidemic has willow whose dismal performance and him the nickname pasadena meaning nightmare was bolsonaro. Third health minister of the crisis after two predescessors walked out over disagreements about the president's stance toward covid nineteen from the outset. Bolsonaro has trivialized disease. Which both he and as well court as a little flu and torpedoed efforts to contain it through social distancing lockdowns all mass vaccination as well. Oh a fifty eight year old with no public. Health background had made clear that the person calling the shots in the health ministry was bolsonaro and not him. It's simple one gives the orders and the other obeys. He said if he's relationship with the president last october after bolsonaro overruled his attempt to buy forty six million shots of the chinese produced vaccine corona vach even so it is pezzo who now faces the most immediate risk of sanctions over his response to the health. Emergency few believed pass willows. Departure will herald a dramatic shift in the government's behaviour towards what is widely considered the worst public health crisis in brazilian history.

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Melinda Coleman, mother of Daisy Coleman, dies by suicide

Democracy Now! Audio

01:16 min | 11 months ago

Melinda Coleman, mother of Daisy Coleman, dies by suicide

"And melinda coleman the mother of late sexual assault survivor and advocate. Daisy coleman died by apparent suicide sunday four months after daisy's death by suicide melinda was fifty eight years old melinda's passing was announced by the group. Safe be a youth. Led organization co founded by her daughter. Daisy raising awareness on sexual assault and middle and high schools in a statement. The group said quote the bottomless grief of losing her husband. Tristen and daisy was more than she could face most days unquote melinda centrist and was killed in a car crash. Two years ago in two thousand sixteen democracy now interviewed melinda at the sundance film festival. Where daisy described her howling experience with sexual assault and the netflix documentary. Audrey and daisy. I'm really proud of her. I think she's been incredibly strong. And i just think she's a great person and i'm so happy she's in my life and she's my hero to see our full interview with melinda. And daisy coleman you can go to democracy now dot org. They have both now die by suicide

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ACC schedule includes Notre Dame, 10 conference games

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

06:57 min | 1 year ago

ACC schedule includes Notre Dame, 10 conference games

"We're pleased to be joined. Now by our colleague NAP Fortuna nobody's more plugged in AC and also Notre Dame who is now at least for one football season a member of the ACC we were just talking a little bit offline map, but it's been kind of a whirlwind where this meeting of the president's for for Wednesday we knew about it for. A while and they were gonNA have poor. I. Was they're gonNa vote on one of few schedule models and then the day before it became no, they're not ready to vote. It's GonNa get pushed back a week and then all of a sudden band with almost no warning there was a full press release with the whole schedule model on everything. What happened. Like everything else when it comes to college football news amid pandemic I think everyone is learning things from anyone other than the primary source. So to speak I mean this was a rare case where a reported him break this story that the League was able to put this story out on its own terms and I think. Being that this was a president driven decision that probably shouldn't be too surprising because those guys are the ultimate. Shock collars when it comes to weather there will there won't be football. This fall but. Athletic Directors were not on that Board of Governors meeting call today they had. Kept them abreast of what they were talking about him models and so forth. But. As you said, I mean I was told as recently as yesterday. Tuesday that. The eighties were not ready to present a model that they were ready to go with just in light of the MARLINS fiasco with the. MLB. On Monday the evergreen situation going on there they still wanted to to to flesh things out and. figure out what the best approaches and I do think it's the irony of all ironies that as soon as the ACC puts out this press release, our friend Ross Stellar over sports illustrated has a report in the SEC is going to go conference only which. In many ways I can't help but think contradicts what the ACO is trying to accomplish right when they want to keep that one non-conference late open. Matt. Let me ask you this. So, as part of this deal Notre Dame is gonNA share the TV revenue from its home games with the rest of the members. How how big of a concession is that for them and was you? had been a stumbling block before and what do you think was in jacks bricks mind when when this kind of deal was presented to him I think operating under the assumption here for the sake of this conversation that there will be a season. I. I think that's a pretty big concession Notre Dame that's a deal as a private school that. Is Not public. We don't know the details I mean we. A. Very strong. I guess if you will that it's in the range of fifty million dollars or so and that it's significantly less than what they would be getting. From TV rubbing new distribution standpoint if they had joined the conference fully but I don't think that's a small matter that Notre Dame is is all in on the ACC at least for this year that they will be sharing that revenue in that they'll be you know. Frankly the big picture first time in one, hundred, Fifty, eight years of Notre, dame football they're going to interest season competing for a conference championship I mean that's that's very very. Big Ding even say finishing third place right they don't even come close to qualifying for they see if the season goes on just the fact that we're saying that that Notre Dame fans are reading that in hearing that and learning that about their school today I. think that is a very, very big headline when you talk about the Notre Dame, not just as program Business Itution, it's extraordinary I don't think you can understate how I mean they're they're the it's one of those issues or or griping points that. For my whole career I mean it's just been a constant. Why won't they join a conference? Somebody should force them to join a conference and then a permanent obviously but something finally. Put them in a position where they. Had to join a conference and I don't know the giving away the TV money. You know I don't I don't have the numbers, but that could end up being awash because they don't make that much from NBC and if they also get to now get a bigger share a full share of the you know the larger. ACC, ESPN deal I mean for all we know. They're making more money out of it. I don't know but the fact that they. So how how you know the Notre Dame fan base like how are they going to be feeling about this? There's the independence is such a point of pride obviously. But also if they didn't do this, there was a decent chance they were gonNA, end up with like a six game schedule. I think the initial reaction will be surprised in disappointment. Now, those feelings may linger throughout the course of this twenty twenty football season or they could be gone Tuesday when the Board of Governors of the NCAA makes a ruling on. How if and how the season will proceed and I can't help but think I may sound cynical here. But part of me wonders if it in the back of the decision makers minds at Notre Dame, they know what? Like the silent part is out loud. So to speak, they just don't think that season it's going to be feasible and if it makes everyone happy. Everything copacetic to just say, yes and concede to have everyone move forward in as unified of a front as possible under one umbrella as the ACC. then. They were willing to do that and maybe could. Bank that goodwill on the back end, I don't know that. That's me kind of theorizing here digging out loud. But I do think that headlined just seeing the press release seeing Notre Dame eligible for a conference title game I think that is a not insignificant. It's just like you said it's a conversation it's a question. I it's taken up. You know a chapter of your book God knows how many hours of our time on twitter at a mailbags and so forth t to hear the words Notre Dame, and let's say, Hey, you know they do play Clemson on their schedule and it's No divisions US here. So the top. Winning percentage teams go hypothetically. They could lose the CLEMSON and beat Clemson or be Clemson lose clemson. For the ACC title, I'm just picturing right now they're hockey team is currently the back to back big ten champions I'm trying to picture a big time championship. A banner. Compton. Ice Pavilion. A right down the road from an ACC championship banner at Notre Dame Stadium if the season out there, and if they were to to win the League because that would be pretty pretty funny. It would seem like it would make them more likely though for this to at some point, be permanent because I the argument I've always heard is nor named loves the aspect of of the uniqueness of not being. like everybody else, and at least for this year with all the craziness that's going on, they're going to be like everybody else to a large degree and find out they really. Like, Hey, this is cool. Seriously

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Better News with Sam Sanders

The Nod

05:52 min | 1 year ago

Better News with Sam Sanders

"Sam Sanders. Thank you so much for joining us today. Just seemed beautiful faces. You have done a lot of political reporting for NPR. You also host the podcast standard minute which covers pop culture and news so much happening in the world right now. That requires you to be plugged in I'm curious. How has the news been affecting you? In this moment it's been it's been a lot so like the news. Itself is heavy, and it's hard as a drink of color to be a real human being who you are and also processed kind of news I. Think what's bigger for me. What's larger from my mind? Right now is how. Black germ was trickily. We are asked to be a part of this story. educate white people and our white friends, but also be extremely diplomatic, and above the fray at the same time. I think even on twitter I've noticed a lot of the people that I follow being respectful about the kinds of images share, but on cable news is kind of like I mean. How many times was the image of George Floyd circulated? It makes me wonder what you think about how these stories are being covered I, think. We are seeing. Newsroom leaders. In this moment seek to cover the black men and women who are being killed by police seek to cover the black people, and all kinds of people out there protesting and marching, and the same instances they do not accept the full humanity of the black journalists in their Dutra this idea of objectivity, which is been around and. Mention John Lesson for a few decades now basically says all journalists are above the fray. They are not partisan. They are not local. They don't take any side. report the facts now. We're faced with his moment where we're having talk about black lives, matter again and newsrooms are asking folks like me to be. Objective in that Muzasa us to see both sides. But there's no both sides when a man like me is being choked up for eight minutes night. I watch cable. News and you just watching the news in general I feel like I've never seen so many kind of flat correspondence. Grave because you have them there, but it's also tough because he feels like. They're bringing them out to kind of just comment on this moment. Comment on trauma, and it's not just common. We are asked in many ways to publicly perform black grief for white consumption, and so my flight in this the moment is to say, amplify these flat voices, but don't make us. Criers were more than that journalists. It seems like right now. The it's more urgent than ever to stay informed, but. It feels all that. It seems like it's like one horrible thing after another. I'm curious like somebody who has to stay informed. How do you do that with out losing it? I would say the first order business is knowing that like you don't have to be on twitter all the time, and you should not be on twitter all the time. I think especially at night. We have to monitor our media consumption we can go to. To Sleep. There are many nights now I will turn the phone off. Walk the phone down to my car in the parking garage in my building. Put the bone in the car. The is every night in Sam's went upstairs to go to bed and then I think the second order of business is to consistently kind of truth. Squad yourself with other people you trust and Mike talk about this news with other people that you trust. If you sit at home on the scroll on the feet all day, and it's just you and your thoughts by the end of the day your tears. It is okay to call someone you know interest just to unpack. At this point is too much for anyone to deal with alone too much last night I was able to sleep in its partners. I'm able to function, but like the day before I made the mistake of opening twitter just before I went to sleep in literally the first thing in time I was video of a black being being killed Yup and I did not sleep. What can we ask you? This register is as journalists than black folks on the Internet. We feel this duty in moments like this to constantly be in the struggle, but what I always tell myself is. You can't centers up on fire to keep other people more. And at a certain point, your self destruction is not helping anyone. With so much processing of our own that we have to do with all of these traumatic entrenching headlines. I'm wondering. Has Anything changed for you about how you report the news? Take the imaginary white man off your shelter. I think what I think. Leg We so much. Show is a podcast, and it's also on the radio and the average age demo of a weekend. NPR listener is fifty eight years old plus mostly white for the longest time I was at. Gut Check everything I did and say we'll look. Will that person get and so I think my responsibility in charge to myself now? Is Not to worry if they understand all of it or like all of it, but to worry about it, but I'm saying it's true NFL what saying speaks to the vomit. I have consumed white media since I was a kid, and I just figured it out I watched frazier. Do you know I watch? I watch all that stuff and I. Know I can I can figure this out I want to give my white listeners same grace, so that's been my charged myself in this moment cake. This imaginary white may have to perform for off my shoe. And just? Tell the truth and making play

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Europe: better measures needed to protect travelers from virus

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Europe: better measures needed to protect travelers from virus

"Jeffrey Italy Epstein's is urging ex girlfriend the European will appear remotely Commission by to video develop for better a July fourteenth coordinated arraignment measures and bail to prevent hearing on passengers charges with she corona recruited virus girls the for him writing to sexually in the E. abuse U. over two the decades call comes ago off to at least thirty just six like Maxwell out was of arrested two seventy last four week passengers after one million on dollar the flight estate from in New Bangladesh Hampshire where prosecutors tested positive say she'd been upon hiding arrival after in abstaining Rome killed himself now Italy in a Manhattan health jail minister last for August better Esperanza the fifty eight year is old proposing British socialite new is request now locked precautionary up in a Brooklyn measures federal in detention a letter center to the European prosecutors Commission say of the Maxwell health is a flight it to be suspended risk and they plan flights to ask from Bangladesh should be on kept Tuesday in jail pending after trial the passengers on prosecutors Monday's flight say three tested women allege positive they were another recruited cluster by Maxwell linked to and a sexually returning abused Bangladeshi by abstain worker one now of comes them around was as a dozen young as cases fourteen outside Rome Maxwell I'm has Charles repeatedly the last denied month wrong doing and called some of the claims against her absolute rubbish Julie Walker New York

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July 14 bail hearing date set for Epstein's ex-girlfriend

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

July 14 bail hearing date set for Epstein's ex-girlfriend

"Jeffrey Epstein's ex girlfriend will appear remotely by video for a July fourteenth arraignment and bail hearing on charges she recruited girls for him to sexually abuse over two decades ago just like Maxwell was arrested last week after one million dollar estate in New Hampshire where prosecutors say she'd been hiding after abstaining killed himself in a Manhattan jail last August the fifty eight year old British socialite is now locked up in a Brooklyn federal detention center prosecutors say Maxwell is a flight risk and they plan to ask should be kept in jail pending trial prosecutors say three women allege they were recruited by Maxwell and sexually abused by abstain one of them was as young as fourteen Maxwell has repeatedly denied wrong doing and called some of the claims against her absolute rubbish Julie Walker New York

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Mary Kay Letourneau dies of cancer at 58

Ace and TJ

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Mary Kay Letourneau dies of cancer at 58

"An infamous person in the American pop culture history. Has Died. Mary Kay Laterna and I know died of cancer fifty eight. Mary Kay Letourneau is one of the biggest tabloid type stories. This country has ever seen. She was the shoes at a teacher who fell in love with a fourteen year old student. Got They got caught. And she got sent to prison for seven years. She did seven years and as soon as she got out, they got married. They stayed. She stayed in love with this guy. She was married had two kids I think. she was thirty four. Or something like that Villi. was his name is name. And As soon as she got out because she she got arrested the first time they were caught, and she was put on probation and ordered not to be anywhere close to him. She violated her probation when they were caught in a car together. And that's when she went to jail for seven years got out. Say in the whole time. It doesn't matter what you do to me. We are in love and. I. Know that people think badly of it, but we're. We're in love, and we can't help it, and we will be together and they were supposedly. In in love with each other the whole time she was imprisoned, she got out they got married started having kids. Data Cancer. And she was married at the time that she started fooling around with Villi because he went to her house. I think the first time. In a month, yeah! Fifty eight years old. But we had that was. That was the first big. Nationwide that I remember teacher student. Scandal yet, but and I. can't think of a of a pop culture tabloidish type scandal. Of recent years that even comes close to that to be able to give an example to the kids,

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Boston - Doctor Charged With Killing Wife In Dover Due In Court On Murder Charge

Jay Talking

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Boston - Doctor Charged With Killing Wife In Dover Due In Court On Murder Charge

"In Dover a woman is found dead in her husband is now charged with her murder WBZ-TV's Paul Burton as the latest hat is kind shock I can't believe it in this quiet tranquil Dover neighborhood residents were sad to hear that a forty five year old mother was found dead not far from her home on valley road now the Norfolk district attorney's office is charging her husband with her murder yeah we use a very surprised very surprised both were police say fifty eight year old doctor angle Turk a well known urologists used to work at St Elizabeth hospital Brighton allegedly murdered his forty five year old wife Kathleen McLean neighbors Phil and Merion at Luton Z. say they know the couple did you know he was well known doctor in yes a month if you like the look at two of my boys usually when the time comes right now it's still unclear how McLean died they walked up the street here holding hands but he was always be afforded new haven had didn't have shoes on no matter what he did he cut the grass investigators say McLean was last seen at her home here on Thursday they've been searching for her for the past few days her body was found in an outdoor area not far from here on Saturday night sad especially for this time period we have a little friendly I gave a lot of tomatoes Lee love the two males out of my god and I met her twice one time I said down have a glass of ice tea with them it makes conversation Dr Turkle be arraigned on murder charges on Monday at Devon District Court according to the court protocols and capacity during this current state of

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Stop Worrying About Your Preschooler's Education (with Teacher Tom)

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

Stop Worrying About Your Preschooler's Education (with Teacher Tom)

"Had a wonderful post. That thousands of people shared it's called. There are plenty of things to worry about right now. You're preschoolers education isn't one of them. And you shared this wonderful insight about your work actually and what you and other preschool teachers do. Which is you are researchers of children. Well that's what you do to right. That's the right to me. That's the piece I think people don't understand about what we do is that we're not there to instruct the children. Were not there to tell them what to do. What are we what were there is is to study them and understand them really to kind of figure out who this human being is. Were with it when you do that. You find out just how incredibly competent they are. I've already had parent say to be things like my kids. Five and they can fry eggs and of course they can. They can do all kinds of things if the sages just we haven't given them the opportunity and now they're getting the chance the other way I think about it is that it's about listening so listening. Not just with ears but with your whole soul your whole be because first of all you demonstrate the judge connected to them that you're there for them and you give them security but the other piece is. That's the only way you're really really really gonNA learn about them. Rather than just fall back on your preconceived notions absolutely and my mentor. Magda Gerber and her mentor. Pediatrician Emmy pickler. They talked a lot about sensitive observation. And it's a core aspect of the approach that I teach and actually in the classes that we do which are parent child. Classes start from three months old babies than we actually recommend doing these things before the baby's three months but that's as young as they be taken out into a class sensitive observation teaches us everything we need to know about our child and there needs to be affirming how to support them in their learning. All these wonderful things. So I loved that you were recommending for parents. If this hasn't been your approach now is the perfect time. Yeah to focus in on that and I love how you said. Let go of this thing where we have to say good job and try to shape what they're doing and kind of mold it the way we think it should go by encouraging them to do this over that or whatever this misperception that kids will do anything without is constantly either scolding number cajoling them or encouraging them. I mean you just hear that mantra all the time right you hear that good job thing going on over and over again it some people can't I mean honestly they're trying they can't stop it's become so ingrained for most of us. Say That all of this what we're talking about right now as far as observing and being researchers and this works with adult relationships as well because listening. I mean that's what Mr Rogers always talked about. There's almost no way to distinguish between listening in love. And when you're listening to people you learn so much about them. That's one of the things that I'm having a really hard time. You know I come from you. Know being fifty eight years old and and having grown up in the cultural men on used to being the one doing all the talking like I'm doing right now advance planning everything and I've really learned a great deal of power and just sitting back and listening to people Howard in the most positive way I remember when my children each of them got to the age where they weren't talking to their toys than having this conversations in front of me anymore. I couldn't observe them in that kind of play when a little more private or they didn't say it out loud so much and they didn't put it out there and and I remember just how much I missed that. What I love about working with young children is that they put everything out there. They show you what kind of therapy they're do with themselves. Why I became a teacher by daughter. Well you know I was the stay at home parent with my girl. And when she got to be five or six it started going to kindergarten. I I didn't know what to do with my time and so I decided to become a teacher so I can hang out with those kids. I love that I love your story. And you've of course been able to see how capable and competent children are and how they problem solve how they are able to develop their own motor skills without really any assistance at all and their creativity. I think tell the story a lot I say you know. What would you think any parent anybody out there? You Watch somebody hovering over their two month old baby. You know drilling Amman. Bowel sounds you would think they were crazy right. Kids learn how to talk. We would think they were crazy. If they had the five month old out there and they were trying to teach them how to walk in any doctor who recommended we call him a quack and I'm convinced the only reason that we believe. We need schools to teach children how to read is because we've been using schools that teach them how to read for a long time. There's incredible amount of evidence out there. That reading is a really natural human thing to do so the the older the children get the much more competent than we tend to think and we actually had really infantilized. Young children even infants. We've infantilized of yeah. We've underestimated them. That's the only way to know really what they're doing is to research to me that research of such a key part because everything children are doing on you and when they are choosing their own activity. I should say so. That was what kind of the fundamental definition of play for. Me Is a self selected activity and when children have chosen. There's always behind everything they do. There's a question they have a question. They're trying to get answered. We might not know what the question is. They might not even know what the question is but they are engaged in a scientific pursuit trying to get some kind of answer to something it might just be. Can I do

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"I'm here with our wonderful client Doreen fifty eight years old fifty eight years old has tried everything out there every single kind of program you can be on and she lost thirty inches in thirty days on the health care and we are talking about motivation and during tell us what your total ninety day result was ninety day result was just at thirty pounds of weight loss and fifty two inches fifty two into the look like a beautiful tiny woman me but going back to that that self image part of motivation in America we are so motivated by the competition around us especially women and social media it's just very unhealthy environment for women were costly comparing ourselves and motivation should not come from that to competition by comparing yourself to those around you motivation should calm from wanting to be the best version of yourself and Doreen you have just absolutely unveiled at your best version to the world by fifty two inches but you know it's really not about what you look like it's about how you feel and and and releasing that person that's inside and showing the world who you really are you know I had a girl I was coaching about a year ago and she walked into my office and she sat down and I said what are you doing the health care and she said well my husband says I'm fat we're getting a divorce he's cheating on me and she cried and she said I just really need to get skinny because I want to as I slammed my hand down on the desk and I said all right we're gonna go downstairs are off my office at that time was attached to a restaurant underneath it was a big business complex as separate going downstairs and we're gonna get a piece of cheesecake and we're going to talk about how beautiful young and she said you're good you're not supposed to be buying me cheese okay no ma'am because until your motivation comes from inside it's not gonna be healthy and at the help there were all about being healthy on the inside just as much as we are the outside so Doreen tell me about your motivation and how our coaches reminded you of that motivation through your ninety day program well I need to start out by saying that my husband he did buy it the program for me it was on my fiftieth birthday yes but he always tell me I didn't need to do it so it wasn't the okay you would look better if you did this you look bad if you did that part of it was my motivation I didn't feel good I was tired all the time and I knew that I tried all these other diets you try these other diet you get even tighter because you're giving something up and I thought that if I didn't have any other health problems except I'd lose weight and I figured if all the people that I'm hearing on your commercials you can get lose this you can stop this not take that if that could happen to them than what could happen to somebody who really only had to lose weight that's right and so like I said when I walked in I was very skeptical but I knew I had to do it for myself I knew that I did not want to get to sixty I kept getting tell that once you get to the certain age you're not going to you not to lose any more weight hi you're going to gain weight and now yeah but I I and I needed to do it for myself I have a fifteen year old and I was to the point where I used to be able to go hike with them I just wanted to get back out there I didn't have to run a marathon I didn't have to get back down to a size to another house ever decides to to get down not not feel but I do need to get down and three years I think a lot of my motivation was I need to get back down to the certain way I need to look like this these clothes made to fit and it was then you need to feel better was it really was it was always centered around if I could wear this size for Parapan it's that I wore when I was seventeen years old right or twenty years old the night then I'll be in great shape and I'll be happy and that's that outward motivation or talk about not as women that that comparison to the other women are the cutest girl at the pool or that or the other woman who you see that that you know and for me as a health coach there's so much competition in my profession and there's so many people that are so much better shape than I am you know I don't have ABS I'm a mom I'm busy I I'm helping people every day all day and so I don't I don't look great in a bikini I still it's okay to say that but I jumped out of bed every single morning my energy levels are amazing I feel like I'm at Disney world every day and that's what cellular health is all about there's two kinds of fat there's subcutaneous fat and that's what I mentioned cellulite that's the surface fat that we really work on a looking good about but that visceral fat is that internal belly fat and that's really what we care about that kind of control your medical chart with a lot of the symptoms that we see with the help there but the back to the to the to the motivation I love would you said Doreen about how so many other programs that you did you did try to fit into a certain size a certain article of clothing when you did the health care you did it because you want to feel good you want to be there for your children you have two sons right two sons okay twenty seven and fifteen yes ma'am that's right okay you're fifty eight years old so you know you were wanting to set yourself up for quality of life for longevity of life to be there for your grandchildren and all of those things and so many people are motivated by self degradation or comparison to others but they need to be motivated by self worth and you decided during that you were important enough to come in book that consultation put our team to work for you put in the time put in the effort putting the money to take care of yourself yes and you were worth it and that's the number one thing because so many women at your age right in that fifty to sixty bracket so many of them live their lives like a totem pole you know and that's why they're unhealthy they've got their husband at the top there kid well now let's let's see at the grand kids get a job that you have your kids sometimes adult children living with you supporting them financially then you've got your husband you've got your boss usually for middle age women there's a few pets as well and you're down at the bottom free and and when you walk into the help there we say you are important let our team make you are number one and teach you that you are worth it and that you need to put yourself first because what happens if you can't take care of yourself you can't take care of any mail that's right it's just like the oxygen on an airplane when you're going down your crashing on an airplane and they drop the oxygen masks who's the first person you have to put one on on yourself on yourself that's right and then so as as we're learning these issues of self worth and self importance I think it's so amazing the difference in your program this time was actually doing it for you it was for me that's right and tell us again the results that you had incredible after after ninety days it was thirty pounds and fifty two inches and I'll tell you thirty days later I lost another eight inches sign in to sixteen inches so even not getting back to you that as a weight I still have and Doreen has not even be able to exercise because.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The fifty eight years old who had a localized cancers locally advanced was localized haven't spread any started chemotherapy and he hated the chemotherapy hated how we made him feel and so you stop the chemo and then he went for three or four months with no treatment well another teaching poured cancer doesn't wait for you it doesn't wait for anybody this person had some kilo and then nothing was done he just gave up on the medical system because it like the medical system it doesn't do a many favors he felt he had this cancer which is sad news any of the chemo which was sad news so he stopped everything until a listener someone like you maybe you told him to call doctor leader minute he came in he told me this story about being in these three big hospitals are reviewed his records and he was an ex smoker physical exam was a very remarkable hit a drainage tube in place but other than that in a normal physical exams to tell you something else which is normal physical exam doesn't mean you don't have pancreas cancer that's why testing is done then there's not routine testing to find Packers cancers early but is was found early because of the jaundice so sometimes warning signs like jaundice lead to serious problems in him it did but then they didn't get the best possible treatment he got treatment which she hated stop the chemo took four months came to us I saw him we restaged and in that period of time the cancer grew and it spread to lymph nodes so again another teaching point just because you stop the chemo doesn't mean the cancer stops and just because you had a test four months ago showing the cancer then spread that doesn't mean the cancer hasn't spread today and then this man he stopped the chemo the cancer spread to came to me we've got upstaged up and now is a pancreas cancer in lymph node involvement no it's all local laws lymph nodes and therefore we believe we should give him the most aggressive possibilities we talked about all the possibilities is not is not really a surgical case right now you can have chemo it could have chemo for us to his life if you once present want that is not a very good option in chemo by itself doesn't cure anybody so doesn't really want that anyone's our feet what is the one or treatment because we have where we and the beam for pancreas cancer a ninety percent success rate in stopping the cancer and that's what he wants to have some control this cancer to try to stop it because he doesn't want to stop him so lots of lessons.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on 710 WOR

"So and he had this and this is what happened and to your own gore grandpa grandma well those are anecdotes was the person who saw what happened to one person but in life that's not really science sciences what happens if you take a large group of people and this is what's don or Dick a large group of people and half get this treatment have good that treatment of the new follow the patients over time to see who has the best outcome in cancer of course who is more likely to be cancer free who's likely to keep their quality of life to keep their body their breasts the **** their bladder their prostate and that their functions the goal of course in cancer treatment is to make sure the patient lives make sure the cancer goes away make sure the quality of life is there for everyone and these are the issues that we talk about every day to every patient and their loved ones when patients come for consultation and lots of our people Saddam just call and ask a question but the problem is that most patients I would say ninety percent don't actually know all the details of their case and when I meet the patient and review the records exam of the patient ninety percent of the time I could tell the patient things about their own body of their own cancer their own situation that they never knew that there are other doctors never ever ever ever talked about or inform them or answer questions about and so it's beneficial if you have a cancer suspected cancer and you want the best possible care to come in to thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway in thirty eight street where we see patients with cancer suspected cancer tumor jump right in and give you some ideas about the work we do what's going on elsewhere but I well the fifty eight year old man he's a man who was a school teacher and four months ago he became jaundiced John this means yellowed and when people get jaundice it can be from about nine condition like a call stoner could be from a cancer like pancreas cancer will this man went to one of the super duper big hospitals in New York City and he was found to have a pancreas cancer and then he went to another super duper big hospital and had a biopsy and he started at another third super duper so it's been a three of the super pooper US hospitals in New York he started chemotherapy for pancreas cancer and his cancer marker the CA ninety nine we should talk about was on revealing but the scans showed no spread of the cancer so that point Chris cancer localize the best there's only two ways really to cure pancreas cancer one is with surgery one is with radiation and surgery is pretty difficult surges pretty deforming surgeries to the hospital not everyone makes it through I know people who had surgery that never got out alive worst of our treatment we have is ninety percent success rate where we ate the beam so you can argue that if we're so successful why did the doctors only give chemotherapy well that's the usual treatment believe it or not and chemotherapy doesn't care anybody with pancreas cancer localized or otherwise maybe it works for a while but it doesn't work so fantastically and then the cancer outsmarts the chemo the cancer grows well guess what after this man whose only.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on AP News

"And her two grandsons were killed by a passing Amtrak train Saturday afternoon as she drove them to an overnight cub scout camping trip near west Palm Beach the train carrying some two hundred passengers collided with the family Subaru outback at the gate list crossing near the entrance to the J. W. corporate wildlife management area the Palm Beach post reported it then drag the vehicle for a half mile killing fifty eight year old Valerie Jo rent to Maki along with her eight and ten year old grand children no one on the train was injured the boy's grandfather told the newspaper he was shocked to find no structure preventing a car from driving into the path of an oncoming train only a pole with the railroad crossing and yield sign the tracks are owned by CSX transportation south Korea's scored back to back xtratime wins over China and Hong Kong to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics in the men's rugby sevens competition the south Koreans have group wins over Afghanistan and Sri Lanka before beating Malaysia thirty two to seven in the quarter finals on Sunday and holding of China twelve seven in the semi finals with the winner of the Asian qualifying tournament guaranteed a spot at Tokyo South Korea scored an extra time to beat Hong Kong twelve seven in the deciding match it means Hong Kong and China go into a last ditch tournament in France to vie for the last of twelve places in the men's tournament at the twenty twenty Olympics pope Francis is Asian tour takes him to Japan A. P. isn't Charles hill does more reports there he met victims all the and voiced concern over nuclear power off the comforting some of the Fukushima evacuees from to said the accident would not be fully resolved until the scientific medical and says Seattle concerns it raised all dressed phone since then said the development of future energy sources must take environmental considerations into account he didn't explicitly AJ a ban on nuclear energy during his emotional encounter with victims but he recalled with it Japan's Catholic bishops have called for the abolition of nuclear power plants in the off the mouth of the Fukushima tragedy I'm Charles sort of this month a federal judge in Washington orders former White House counsel them again to testify before the house Judiciary Committee about what he told the Muller Russian investigation a beat and Ben Thomas reports on just one of the incidents Miller told that Muller team in interviews with Mahler's team again described the president calling them at home in June of twenty seventeen directing him to tell the justice department met Mahler had conflicts of interest and should be removed molars report said McGann declined the command deciding that he would resign rather than carry it out an appeal is expected house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff has written fellow house members that his committee will submit an impeachment report to the house Judiciary Committee soon after the thanksgiving recess in the letter shift lays out evidence of this committee collected through private depositions and open hearings in the investigation which he says quote conclusively shows president trump condition a White House meeting and US military aid on Ukraine announcing sham politically motivated investigations to help his reelection campaign defense secretary mark Casper says president trump gave him a direct order allow accused war criminal navy seal chief petty officer Edward Gallagher to retire without losing a seal status as per also fired maybe secretary Richard Spencer yesterday at Jarod we know every story of devotion has a beginning worth celebrating and right now we're celebrating one of our own a brand new store opening near you experience the incredible selection and unparalleled craftsmanship of Jared jewelry for yourself.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The fifty eight year old is a father of a fourteen year old and a go fund me page has now been set up to help out the teenager during this difficult time mas men's families saying he died on Friday after his early September diagnosis the mass department of public health is saying there are twelve confirmed cases of Tripoli across the state there have been three confirmed deaths of Tripoli by the state this will be the fourth we're still awaiting that elusive first major frost which will start to taper down the Tripoli warnings and told them that the threat is still there outside the department of public health building in Boston Jim McKay WBZ Boston's news radio and the city of Boston looking into last night stabbing right in front of the TD garden in north station over on causeway street call came in right around seven thirty five last night first responders said the victim was alert when they got there as they brought him to the hospital they seize condition went downhill fast it'll say the man has a life threatening injuries right now no details as to how serious those injuries are other than again life threatening no one's been arrested here no word on a motive for that stabbing meantime police in Falmouth say they're looking to not one but two incidents now of white supremacist graffiti Cape Cod times reporting to swastikas among other graffiti found on the dock back on the six of them against yacht club last week someone spray painted a red swastika and other white supremacist symbols on an Israeli flag left a flood right in front of the Falmouth Jewish congregation all this following similar vandalism that the of this month over a sandwich high school to swastikas other graffiti found scrawled across for parking spots no suspects.

"fifty eight year" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on 710 WOR

"April he was like he was nominated for like five cabbie awards in only five movies that every day yeah John Casals he was also well there he was on the boyfriend of Meryl Streep and in fact he got cancer when he got cancer Meryl Streep took care of until someone with him and is it on his death bed with a caller pointed out he did five movies they were all nominated for Best Picture right that's right thanks bye very good about the John in New Jersey Hey John what say you good morning does sorry okay I'm a fifty eight year old Italian now at I've been around Italians my entire life I don't watch CNN so I don't even know Chris Cuomo is seen but nobody's I've never heard that term in my life to refer to anybody Italian one so with that comes from with him I have no idea but I think he stuck with that monitor forever I think people are always gonna call Amanda because he made a terrible mistake I think you're right about that I think you're right can we squeeze in Tom about Tom and Georgia Tom going on guys Davin Georgia truck driver down from New York originally from New York great Georgia thanks Belle anyway I got a credit to Rush Limbaugh tags Chris Cuomo way back I think as early as ninety four ninety six he tag them with the freight moniker and its stock it's hysterical yeah I'm a going anywhere now absolutely not right now he's drive safely Georgia okay okay when we get back at trump's on a Twitter Terrel terror will tell you what he's been saying and that your chance to win tickets to see Barry Manilow on Broadway at the Lunt Fontanne theatre job marlin I sought we loved it was great your chances.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Seven hundred thousand you get five grand spent on Amazon along with more than three thousand dollars worth of their in home tech in of course Alexis gonna be spying all the time I started thinking about it you know Steve Jobs must have been so much better with women than Jeff Bezos because you know you can ask questions but you have to tell us what to do let me tell you something women we'd all like anybody telling us what to do let's move over to Facebook because there's tons of scams on Facebook and the one I'm about to tell you about is totally spreading scammers are pretending to be members of the US military and I know what you think okay I'm they'll that's been out there for awhile this is different whether do is on Facebook and Instagram looking for real people who served in the armed forces then they create these imposter accounts a message hundreds of women specifically those who are single or widowed strike up conversations with any who by they're afraid Facebook is gonna wise apps so what they do they should the conversation off of Facebook and Instagram over to like Google hangouts may or the trust of women over several weeks or months I when the time is right bam here come the request for money in the form of wire transfers or gift cards so you want to keep your guard up the New York times even track down a few the scammers in Nigeria who said they scam people because it pays better than honest work that can be a successful business model just look at Facebook and finally this is a crazy story that you're gonna want to share with your friends and family especially anyone is heavily involved in social media there's a very popular video blogger in China known as your Highness GOP low whole who's managed to build up more than a hundred thousand followers she's supposed to all kinds of pictures and videos of herself showing a young attractive woman well during a recent live stream her face was covered with a digital cartoon and she promised to reveal her face affairs donated a certain amount of money and cash the donations are started rolling in then a glitch remove the graphic covering her face revealing she's actually a fifty eight year old woman look nothing like her cute young social media stuff while some folks totally felt deceived others have come out in support or get this she used to have a hundred thousand followers there's going to have a million followers and she says she's thinking about becoming a rapper in order name is going to be your Highness any queue alright for those of you who are traveling this summer I have an app that I added to my phone prior to my recent European trip and I'm telling you I was so impressed and you know kind of cynical when it comes to technology because I've been doing this for so long and get all the promises it works great and then you try yourself you like well not so great for me but this product is everything that that it promises to be and even more proud about expressed VPN is just terrific extras three PM not only allows you to surf the internet a public wifi like a hotel or airport it also lets you stream nexus content that you normally would be blocked in a country that your visit but the most important thing.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:51 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"About the Joe aloe blade over over again for the six weeks might be easy gives overview as the averages of music the music comes in and it's great but then he plays it off overall I love the guy don't get me wrong I was like like my brother back so but he played the hopes for the new kids go I have all this also I go did you send the new so and and that you send the new songs to al right I've been informed they enjoyed al it just didn't get the valor's route just what happens when they go to I'll know when they don't go on the air the it out right now Hey Joe on the radio so I I don't know what to tell you that I don't mean to rail but you know I it now rand Paul I know you're a rand Paul fan thank you fiber as well I like him on some things that I like him on foreign policy mostly and I like him on civil liberties but I I think other area I to me there's no excuse for what happened yesterday and let us show yesterday essentially what no walls of the house already passed this the permanent funding so was the Senate's turn yeah yeah I'm sorry yeah and here's the problem right with with what rand Paul dead now I'm all for having discussion about fiscal austerity and actually paying for the things that the government does although whenever we want to participate in a war in Yemen to do something like that nobody ever asks the question of how we paying for this or I would those bombs that we're pulling it towards Syria how we pay for that no one else was that when it comes to pay for the healthcare of nine eleven heroes we got the question I we pay for that but my problem with rand Paul did yesterday is that there was seventy three senators in support of this and it should we should not have a system where one guy it's really two guys because Mike Lee did the same thing we're two guys can trump the will of seventy three senators it's supposed to be majority rules in the Senate and my problem with the the filibuster rule in all these anti Georgia natures is that they're on democratic let's have an upper down vote on this and it would have passed with seventy three boats had gotten up or down vote which still is a what is his wife will have could mean Paul one guy just stop it and Mike Lee voted against as well yeah and that's exactly my problem is that it it what they did was not reflective of you know of the sense of the body of the a sense of the you the Senate because apparently what happened in order to get this done quickly yeah they had all these victims advocates and all the fire unions were down there just senator Jill about brand proposed a doing it by unanimous consent which overcome it get it done quickly and basically and a better base of you need everybody's consent to do it by unanimous consent that's what unanimous consent means and rand Paul said now he said at the very least we need to have this debate I'll be offering up an amendment if this bill should come to the floor but until then I'm going to object and I've read a dear friend just said to text us and just said that it was because it goes to twenty ninety twenty ninety and man Paul felt that that was too long correct that's that's apparently one of the things he said he he said he said he wants to debate about this it was going to pass yesterday with no debate and rand Paul felt we look there should be some debate about it now it sounds great but you know yesterday it yet again and yet another nine eleven first responder died you know and how it's really if there's Chuck Schumer who I hate to agree with anything he may be comparison to you know we wouldn't decide all the sudden to stop paying our troops in the middle of a war and these these men are you know and not any less heroes than than than than the members of the military yeah you know I got to tell you something it's it's just inexcusable how this happens sometimes sometimes I think wimple by the way like rand Paul I think you're right he's the guy that stands it makes common sense as his hair how we how he could at his age keep that little thing on his head yeah that is a very it's very interesting I would just kind of it's like it's it's it's a weave as a weaver that Israel looks like it has really are usually pretty good with effecting that's not so rand Paul's it that little thing it looks like a little animal on his head right in the front you know kind of curled up like that and I think that's got to be is really about I think he does it sometimes to draw attention to himself and just reading here just so you know we're talking about senator rand Paul keeping a bill extending funding for the nine eleven victim compensation for a pass from passing quickly now what the I guess they got a debate it the again a friend just a text that I say because it goes to twenty ninety if you're from this area you just and you hear it in when John John store except that kind of thinking is been fighting tireless for this tirelessly Carolyn Maloney and with Frank says the the story here that Frank just read another New York City firefighter died from complications because from nine eleven the city's uniformed firefighters association says retired firefighter fifty eight year old this is Kevin Nolan Frankie just reported this of engine company seventy nine has died of an illness related to the two thousand one attack on the World Trade Center they're in we we don't forget here again you can't forget here and and so this is something that has to be passed and I think it will Frank you don't you think I believe it will pass I mean I think this will definitely well I mean there's seventy three senators all in favor of it so that that sort of what makes this move by Mike Lee and rand Paul yesterday even more perplexing they know this is going to pass so why a hold it up on a day when everybody came from New York to see this bill's passage and and celebrated but look I get what he's saying but it's it's just a real shame that hit the go this is what gets me so this is what gets me crazy is that the house votes on a resolution holding AG bar at the Attorney General William Barr and Wilbur Ross in contempt because of the census question because of the senses question the vote they they put a vote on the floor because Pete because if you buy one of the question that said are you an American citizen please correct I have dummy I have this wrong now where I don't have it out pretty much right I mean what they have the I'm gonna send the Attorney General and the commerce secretary a bunch of subpoenas which they ignored but I had made and they wanted more information about how the senses question came to be and because bar and Ross ignored these congressional subpoenas that's why the house voted to hold them in contempt yesterday but yeah I mean it's silly I mean it who cares I I you could cut was gonna hold me in contempt any day they want and I'm just gonna go write about my day the EE so for Wilbur Ross at Liverpool swat river and this is what they have got in there and then they put a somebody and I'm like you should you know it is a they if they say oh we should impeach the president so they put that vote on the floor yesterday but the vote on the floor with with Congress on should we impeach the president has a shot at them this is all that Congress has to do this is all that the house has to do this is a big all got in the voting and it's an absolute mess and they get and they shot that down but what was the reasoning for the impeachment that they get any I keep asking this Frankie by brought what specific reasons do they have to possibly impeach president trump I haven't heard one thing well it's so they say it a high crimes and misdemeanors yeah exactly and that would be one I can't get an answer Frankie I could get a record it wasn't actually articles of impeachment but it was a resolution on impeachment so it had there been actual impeachment articles you're a what is said we know what article one has to do with a violation of the emoluments clause article two has to do with obstruction of justice article three has to do with this but that there was not any specificity in this resolution a resolution is just kind of a sense of the body of how things are going to you know at it how a body feels about about something and apparently at least three hundred thirty two members of Congress didn't feel that they want to impeach the president at least not yet yeah I should bring on bringing on you said that you know they can do it bring it out because it's gonna go absolutely no way but I just want to say and I say very respectfully to my progressive socialist liberal friends who are on the left this is what you put you do you're going to come down on us because we support president trump and I want to look at the economy ought to look at everything that's happening that is good in the country I want to look at the opportunities out there in the inner cities of the United States of America how long have I railed on this to help them before we were run down the border we were in the look at the the people in cages that Barack Obama started but Britt president trump is getting the blame for how about going to the inner city the president is doing opportunities arose in the inner cities to help out the stressed areas of the United States of America now you wanna vote liberals progressive and I love you and I don't hate you but once you put these folks in power and its ability becomes a speaker get you know you get absolutely nothing there has been nothing there's not been one initiative to help anything that has to do with you or I that will help us in the United States of America in the house of representatives I did a home we submit that I humbly submit that they don't tell me that I'm crazy if I support the president I'm just saying six fifty one with Joe on the radio Frankie five boroughs Davies out there I love giving way I usually go to the gap and by the way I enjoy hearing that stand I'm too old I love that kind of music that is so good you don't get as by the phone right now what it what is super bad by gays row we had that we have that on the other day submit that this is one of the greats on V. that I I like it when I go into a funk that they could James Brown you talking about like this go kind of stuff that you can dance and yeah but you drop the bomb on me on this and that the woman here some good I was I would do whatever you want to the money.

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The Bone 102.5

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Let me know she is she has a good looking body for fifty eight year old lady but it's still a fifty year old LRT hi how are you hi Danny VDV get out here the general level up hello hi how are you hi this is you never eat you'll never emailing this morning about some foster kids yeah she's trying to get me to take her foster kids offer hands for I'll tell you what for seven dollars and fifty cents I'll I'll take a lot of them you're kidding that's cheap what I want to get a mall school staff now I don't even I knew that I knew to this area and don't know what I'm doing contact clearly the hydro I'm new to the Tampa Bay St Pete area originally come from Seattle sadly I only get about a half hour to an hour of your show but is a really good half hour hour I know you're very passion about kids not a Michael Jackson got away I hope you get what I'm trying to zero in on a good foster care organization I want to get a drive going up my work for bass back to school for foster kids in Seattle we have Mary's place but I don't know the equivalent here could you point me in the right direction in Seattle as part of the Ron and don nation and they always do the great organizations to work with so that's why I wanted you to call so I could find out what the hell the Ron and don nation is Ron and don they are radio afternoon radio host like you guys they've been a bunch of market there in the adult for seven twelve years they got let go by their radio station last we talk about Ronnie died Oct about them yes what would you what was it said Ron and don I remember they got let go I don't know what it was for but for some reason we talked about it rumble of yeah yeah I was a big deal why did we talk about all because they didn't get a they got no like no no no no notice no nothing it was just like beau Rana don gone very mad yeah people are very upset what do you think happened you know I don't know I the only thing I can think of they were still left in that community and they did so much work they were cool their controversial they were on like you guys they had their opinions since dawn on this show we're dead we're all dead rugby fire thank you hi Ron done on you're done thank you is John Ron yeah I don't know I mean Ron was the he was a little bit more level headed but not as passionate as don they were good guys no item by item yeah they were good guys on living where they're gonna pop up now podcast Willie that's it I know I I I here's all I I hear there's the really the really blooming broadcast industry on which though I hear that's really rare you go would you really are on the way up as opposed to the way down really really very strong really strong future how they hire thing on twitch absolutely Ron and don radio dot com they now have Ron and don brokers dot com or the real estate business and they have a podcast yeah yeah yeah okay so so you're looking at go ahead so you looking to get us fired like you got Ron and don fire by calling about foster care stuff not very they were they were trying to help and look what I got right I know Hey it was the last eleven or twelve years other teens and early thirteen okay Hey guys what it would you lose when you get married do you know your peeps now let's find out what we listen to this segment of the Ron and don show available their pockets.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Will Mr laughs love you can I KO who you are we now shows try to put a smile on people's faces even when they seem like they look down and stuff no that was that was her attitude you know making people smile and this is still under investigation police say speed and alcohol on the part of the pick up pick up truck driver are not suspected Jerry Gilbert from I would this news how does your love for corms really go to go this Steve multi vitamin company feel is looking for volunteers to eat only Beijing foods yes for the calling of things such as white bread pasta chicken eggs and rice while taking one multivitamin each day so they're going to have their nutrient levels tested before and after the experiment and for their trouble people will in two thousand two hundred Bucks and a lot of calories but disturbance will be monitored by a qualified nutritionist and a doctor feel stresses that they do not encourage replacing a healthy diet with vitamins they say don't do it but they aim to deliver more than what a body needs each and every day so you want to become a a test test to person it's up to you two thousand to a lab rat two thousand two hundred Bucks to dine on nothing but white bread pasta chicken eggs and rice whatever comes with its own a scale Amazon prime day is here started overnight now Kroger grocery store looking to compete with their own sale and the slashing prices they did so and bottles of wine Kroger representative said that the largest grocer in the United States is focusing on a product that you can't get from Amazon this prime day and that's wine that's good deal going to give you forty Bucks off any twelve pack one collection that they stock excluding the discovery pack you can also get fifteen percent off white wine collections with the court entertain fifteen there are no Kroger rest the Russians a Kroger grocery stores and this year it's a huge change as you head towards the the south by the way gigantic is actually the biggest in the entire country so I don't know if you can take advantage of this on their their website and that you can't buy one across state lines in Rhode Island or bush no you can't do it so I have your blank got a look when it comes to Kroger but done not a bad idea to combat Amazon prime day as a lot of merchants are trying to do a chess grandmasters caught cheating in a match during the break here's more from fox's can Duffy it sounded innocence on the surface fifty eight year old Igor's Ross's was playing a match at a tournament in France and took a bathroom break and according to the UK's Daily Telegraph was seen on surveillance video looking at a smartphone and that is a no no the chess world considers that cheating because a player can potentially use smart phone apps to look at past moves in matches to get an edge on their current game Ross's tells chess dot com that he simply lost his mind insinuating that he mistakenly looked at his phone because he was tired it's so serious that the tape was sent to an ethics committee and the French police are also involved Kane Duffy fox news now that is some serious violation there for just.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Bell hops and we have a few moments left with Eddie Murray spent twenty plus years in the National Football League and if you've listened to the first part of our conversation you know that there's a really powerful story behind him these days he's is affiliated with the whole network so give us to give us the sales pitch man what's the hope network all about well I've been fortunate enough to be involved with hope that works for about ten years now I can't believe it's been ten years I participated in a golf outing down here in Oakland county and eight by that I knew I was putting this golf tournament together through a friend of his who was raising money for that work I never heard of what network I asked what he but their organization and did and what what services he said well there a Michigan based organization they're based out of grand rapids and there are and they are growing their service is down here in southeast Michigan so they're having a golf outing down here and they deal in mental health and all of his own and they have a really robust reading program and they're about a fifty eight year old charity base in grand rapids we're about a hundred and seventy million dollar non profit and about three thousand employees so we have a huge footprint our core is mental health with servicing over thirty thousand mental health patients and seventy five the eighty three county and we have too early diagnosis autism centers the first one was in grand rapids we have another one in Holland and we're about to open one in east Lansing well partnership with Michigan state hopefully by the end of the year as well as open one and the lady was our high school facility and the campus of a Donna university now we're going to be opening up a girly diagnosed that are there by the end of the year also and the reading program that we have about five years it's been in Michigan but it was a program that first started in Minnesota yeah to debate program where americorps tutors are taught this program and be a preference of the program are the identify child that needs some help get twenty minutes of individual tutoring a day five days a week for fourteen weeks so the kid that is chosen or that's what the children of course they we are heading around eighty eight to ninety percent of the kids if they hit those three parameters are getting to the third grade reading level or above so we're kind of blowing all other reading programs out of the water with this program and in Minnesota it was there for fourteen years and serviced over forty thousand students are getting them up to the third grade reading level and hearing of Michigan where and about a hundred twenty schools we're in every school elementary school after three year and this past curriculum year that just ended in June were in eight of the fourteen schools and we have been hitting those benchmarks of eighty eight ninety percent so were in the process with doctor VT who is the superintendent for the Detroit public school system is to sign an agreement to be in every elementary school which is their fourteen schools next year add bring in more services a breeding programs to public school system well it's both of them it's both encouraging and a little bit mind blowing to hear some of the numbers you're talking about and to realize the degree of need that is out there whether it's in the field of mental health and autism or having basic literacy we we off here in various news reports really only the bad news you're only the things that we're not doing it right that the kids are failing the test in this kind of a a kind of a negative overview of what's happening is it's it's really encouraging for me and I'm sure for our audience to hear that there are there are some people on the front lines out there that are that are trying to make a difference and it sounds like the results are are trending in the right direction well they really are I I I think that had I mean I I've always been someone the scent since my early years with the Detroit Lions like I mentioned both my parents died but I'm younger and they both died of cancer from smoking that was one of the charity that were was very close to me for a number of years but I've been the spokesperson for the MS society to numerous other charities for all my playing career in Detroit but what hope network does really kind of separate some soft sand specially on the middle heart health side of things did you ever think that he has a young boy in England or as a rookie in the NFL did you ever think that your life would evolve eventually into causes bigger than sports I mean it's it's kind of a cool before and after picture even though the after is not done but it's kind of a a cool comparison between being that in the late nineteen year old and and that fifty plus year old now because obviously your passion has evolved into helping other people it has I mean again it wasn't a conscious effort that you know all of the things good or bad that have happened to me in my life you know I they say you know life happens and you just kind of go along with the other the flow of your or career and life that you have with family and friends and my wife said you know I have been very will be twenty six years is July and my daughter Nicole who just graduated from thank you twenty two and she's been very active in a lot of the things that I've done and I've been very proud of the fact that you know she pulled up her sleeves and help that out now and again and also my wife and we were actually I just actually had my golf outing for whole network just yesterday at Oakland university one six angle a golf outing to raise money for all that work in southeast Michigan and again we come away very pleased with the with the outcome of the day money great and and awareness and to bring more attention to the services that hope that work provide you people in southeast Michigan and I know my wife Cindy and my daughter Nicole are very proud of not only just what I've done but what we have done at the family together to support hope that work and they they have blessed me where there kind efforts and and being an employee of theirs has been the smartest thing that I've ever done and that it's very gratifying to see all of the good work that were put together and growing our services down here itself good on you man it's it's really encouraging to to hear your story why I greatly appreciate it I I know I I've been like I said you know it it it takes a village book they were on that wasn't all me I had some great mentors like I said where's your banker is set at in my life my parents gave me a good base and I I I believed him and what they were raising the ads and and again I have a fantastic wife Cindy and my daughter Nicole I have been given lessons every day and someone who had been very fortunate and I enjoy the work that I do and I'm happy to give back and a lot of different other areas but the whole network definitely has a big piece of my.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KOMO

"Now accepting Habsi infected hearts the idea is to transplant the heart then cure the recipient of the hepatitis infection before it can become serious cardiologists doctor shin lan says thirteen patients receive heart transplants in the first year of the program being being very six element might even expired on the waiting list the program is new but not unique several other hospitals around the country are doing the same thing in an effort to save lives Jeff postal a come on news of therapist who counseled young boys in Bothell now faces sexual assault charges fifty eight year old Brian hall is accused of touching a ten year old boy under his shirt kissing him and asking him about his sexual development during therapy sessions that were supposed to be about the boy's relationship with his father the Herald reports that a fourteen year old boy accused hall of hugging him during weekly sessions in a way that made that boy feel uncomfortable all who worked at seed soil family counseling in Bothell was charged with indecent liberties and assault with sexual motivation a trial set for September a woman died after getting hit by a freight train into coma it happened around two o'clock this morning near twenty first and dock street and we don't know who the woman was or why she was near the tracks the train was headed to Seattle from Portland there's a new show on Netflix featuring a local guy Edgar Valentine joining us on the commode Newsline an actor you're one of the ten contestants on blown away explain the concept behind this new Netflix show made for really do like express the glass are in like really get it out there and kind of blow it up people would say it's a lost art the dying are so old you know hundreds of years old and up the review glass that's just like you know bowls and cups and faces in it and if so by it like you know the household is that this kind of cool to just have first time of the competition based art show rather than like cooking them like blacksmithing but like really tempering glass back into the world well we think of it as art here in the northwest with Dale Chihuly with the pill check school of glass with the tourism right across the street how do you compete it it like is it a blow off what do you do you know you were hurt think of it as a competitive art form or sport really because I mean we all we're really like competitive at the same time really connected and chill with each other but yeah they give us a prompt in then we had kind of like think of what we're going to me based on what they told us like for example the first challenge was we had to bring a photo with that stuff like a time that captured that you're really memorable moment for instance I've this one of me in New Zealand is basically just like you know we had to make a piece that expressed how we sell based on that photo you grew up in Tacoma and you started blowing glass when you were how old I was eleven years old after that date from the middle school Justin that their summer program you can end up being a struggling artist when you heard that were using you're doing this for a living what is the winner of blown away get a sixty thousand dollar Karai package which includes a residency at Corning museum in New York which would not be too shabby are you sworn to secrecy yeah I am and we could see you on blown away to come a guy makes good thank you so much and good luck to you thank you thank you comedies time for ten time for an update on sports down from Harley exterior sports desk international play for the men's and women's national soccer teams he is over so both the reign FC and Seattle Sounders play this weekend at full strength reign FC on the road to play North Carolina tomorrow the Sounders host Atlanta United for what could be one of the biggest games of the season on Sunday Sanders midfielder Christian rolled on spoke about shifting gears from the national team to his club team you know.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KOMO

"That's above ground Carling Johnson komo news the epicenter of the quake was in Snohomish county between mineral and lake Stevens income was Corwin hake reports many felt it in Everett and beyond in the aftermath some will have to re hang a few pictures but no one seems to be dealing with significant damage or injuries Mike Benton spoke to us from ever it shortly after the main quake hit at two fifty one AM I kind of thought my house role like it was on a series of waves and then I heard my closet doors the Sheik but thankfully check the house nothing fell down nothing broke and the kids were still pretty much faster slaves earthquakes can be terrifying and destructive thankfully you can file this one under interesting experience install much county Corwin hake komo news gave the big one hits first responders don't want you to call nine one one unless you actually need help couples who Romero explain Snohomish county nine one one usually averages about twenty five calls on a given day around three in the morning but in the half hour immediately after the earthquake near Monroe they got more than three hundred and not the kind that nine one one should be used for the majority of unfortunately we're people calling to a ask if we had an earthquake or be asked what they should do the county's Kerr mills says people can find earthquake preparedness info online and the problem with getting those types of nine one one calls is that they keep people with real emergencies from getting through he says in the hour after the quake Snohomish county had more nine one one calls than the entire rest of the state Romero comma news come on it is time to eight a therapist who counseled young boys and ball full faces sexual assault charges fifty eight year old Brian hall is accused of touching a ten year old boy under his shirt kissing him and asking him about his sexual development during therapy sessions that were supposed to be about the boy's relationship with his father the Herald reports that a fourteen year old boy accused hall of hugging him during weekly sessions in a way that made the boy feel uncomfortable all who work at seed soil family counseling a bottle was charged with indecent liberties and assault with sexual motivation a trial is set for September a woman died after she was hit by a freight train in Tacoma happen around two o'clock this morning your twenty first and dock street we don't know who the woman was or why she was near the tracks the street that train was headed from Seattle to Portland it's not a heart transplant waiting list may not have to wait as long as they use to come as Jeff postal explains why in the past those with hepatitis C. were in eligible to donate organs Middle East to those who weren't already infected but with new drugs that can effectively cure the disease that's beginning to change Dr shin lane is a cardiologists did you to medicine thinking was well maybe we could use these organs the recipient would become infected with hepatitis C. but then we would just cure.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The zodiac killer you know the idea of committing a crime and then calling up the police bragging about it man that is an entirely different level of terror and from the creators of atlanta monster season to this monster the zodiac killer you can listen and follow up on the iheartradio app here are the stories we're following today thirties are saying that johnston man thought who shot and killed in east providence woman north attleboro saturday night was obsessed with her bristol county d._a.'s office saying learned from rainy bergh's boyfriend that bergen stephen of frag yolly work together had been they relationship for for an also told the office for ideal the recently displayed obsessive behavior including a confrontation with her about seeing someone else regularly found out of an apparent suicide sunday springfield massachusetts man now in custody in connection with that crash in new hampshire that killed seven motorcyclists friday night including fifty eight-year-old daniel pereira of riverside rhode island and a couple from lakeville mass at joey and corbo fifty eight lot of mir's the gauls charged with seven counts of negligent homicide he was arrested yesterday does west springfield home charged as a fugitive from justice is lawyer fred burns to high school graduate is on a soccer team she seems like a good guy who is involved in a terrible negligent incident the twenty-three-year-old began working with that trucking company earlier in the week and was towing a flatbed trailer at the time of the incident the suspect that shots fired incident this month p._d. fest arraigned on charges monday like robertson turned himself into providence police yesterday charged with illegal firearms possession in firing a compact area no one was hit police it said they didn't think he was trying to hurt anyone new ford is hoping for another partner on a quick necker island for a school merger fort smith town council voted unanimously last night to continue discussions on a possible unified school district previously newport was courting middletown middletown officials showed no interest back that were critic presidential hopeful bernie sanders outlying his quote revolutionary plan they cancelled college student dead monday punishing people for getting a higher education it is time to hit hit the reset button outside the capitol yesterday the vermont senator saying the plan would strike one point six trillion in debt for around forty five million americans paid for with a tax on wall street financial transactions meanwhile president trump is denying kulm this accusations he sexually assaulted her saying she's not his type brian shook has more trump reportedly made the comment in an interview with the hill columnist e jean carroll wrote a book in which she accused trump of raping her in the mid nineteen ninety s trump told the hill quote number one she's not my type number two it never happened trump insisted that the accusation is ally and that he knows nothing about carol and spacex is celebrating a first of its kind rocket launch touted as the company's toughest yet alkan heavy rocket successfully launched overnight from the kennedy space center for a defense department mission carrying twenty four satellites i ever nighttime launch of the world's most powerful rocket nine twenty one zero four seven f._m. sports red sox come back to beat the white sox six to five and fenway park they meet again tonight in boston enke's tied the major league record homering in twenty seven th straight game last night topping toronto in the bronx tend to eight they will battle again tonight at the stadium paul socks wrap up their quick two-game set with buffalo tonight at mccoy stadium that's a seven oh five first pitch of course who the call right here the u._s. women's soccer team moves onto the next round of the women's world cup in france they will play the host nation on friday get news twenty four seven news radio all right outcome now more.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Lopez. Fifty eight years. George lopez. Fifteen sixty four William Shakespeare believed to be born on this date. And of course, he's responsible for so many great plays and phrases. We'll get maybe a little bit later on this morning. But what was on is that he died on his birthday in sixteen sixteen. That's a well they keeping track back. They had calendars back then in sixteen sixteen in fifteen sixty four when he was why they believed to be whether again, there was the Gregorian or the Roman cow who knows? Sixteen thirty five first public school in America opens up where what city Baltimore Boston. That was called the Boston Latin school nineteen fifty-six Elvis makes his loss Vegas debut opening for this comedian. He will be opening. It was Jerry Lewis known does sorta kinda in that venue in that same vein. Checky. Green Cecchi green. Yeah. There's a name name from the past. Yeah. Shit apparently Presley's engagement canceled after a week poor ticket sales. Isn't that amazing? It is it's just like Oprah failing, you know on. As as an anchor in in Baltimore, Jerry Turner. Yeah. The ratings went down, and of course, now, she's the she's a multi billionaire, right? Nineteen hundred the word hill, Billy I printed in an article in the New York journal, Alison spelled. Hill. Billy. H? I L L B I L L Y. No. It was h I l l b I l l I e was a female he'll hill billing. Yeah. So there you have it. Hillbillies all over the place. It's it's for sure. Now, we just have male hill hillbilly. All sorts last night. Of course, the capital's couldn't do it canes force game seven five to two victories. Now game seven of their first round series in the eastern division finals is a Wednesday at Capital One arena. And can anybody pitch on the Baltimore Orioles roster? Yeah. Those a or. Hazou Sukree cheap. It's the ninth inning last night. Catch your position player. He caught the he called his own pitch. White Sox hammer the birds twelve to two is getting ugly real fast. Yeah. We've had a series of bombings a recently. My goodness. Just had a an article here about it. We're getting you know, really drugged sixteen runs. Fifteen runs runs against the worst young race in a major league pitching his bed. It's like the worst. I've ever seen it here in. They're they're they're beginning to weed out the individuals that for so long. We've been holding onto for instance, Mike, right? The other day up and down up and down from Norfolk over the past several years and finally they had enough. And so I think what they're doing like like like, the manager said and Mike allies, the general manager said early on we're going to give these guys these guys we have here right now and opportunity and if they squander it. They squander it. If they make baked good with it. That's fine. Seems like the other teams are getting the opportunity though when they face Baltimore pitching. Boom. It's like kidney candy store. But before you bring the others, and there will be others. That are going to be coming up in fact right now. Are pitching look good in the minor leagues. It's only a question of time before some of these guys come up to the majors. But again, you know, these guys had an opportunity, and if they don't capitalize on that opportunity. They're going through. We shall see. But right now, it's pretty ugly in the blast rally. I to even their series with Utica city last night seven to three with a win. And then in the mini game. Never really get this concept but a win to two one in the mini game. Now, they advanced take on a fifteen minute game. I don't like it either. About again, it saves on travel expenses and so on and so forth and you've just played of exhausting game. Play a legitimate overtime like fifteen minutes. And if it's if in the end, it's still tied then you're going to have to extend the playoff thirty play the game and they won the game seven to three game two to tie the series. But instead of playing another full game they play this mini game and the blast at least one that. That that is even worse. At least they survived it. And they will take on the Milwaukee wave for the championship best of three series high five twenty and again, if you want to join us, you this morning, we're going to talk about whether or not Todd Crandall is comments about the east point mall incident. Z Cohen says it's dog whistle. Racism, agree or disagree? We'll get into that. Just a second. And you're listening to Sean and Frank Maryland's wakeup call..

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Hundred fifty eight year WTMJ's Jane Matenaer talks to Dr Richard tomorrow morning at six twenty one on Wisconsin's morning news. If you're looking for a new school for your children, it's important to consider what arts programs are offered journal sentinel education reporter, Alan Borsig tells Wisconsin's morning news that a good school culture involves more than just the basics level upon level of reasons why it's good. It's fun. It builds character it build skill for success. Not offering arts programs isn't always about money. Some of them have their hands a lot more fool with student behavior issues and other some do a much better job of managing that and just making it priority of this. I'm there is an element in which it's a choice by the school community leadership and not just ours. Jane Matenaer WTMJ news coming up the bucks team up with kids in Milwaukee. Couple UTM news time four oh sex. Sue sponsored by accurate mortgage. Find out how much you can save click on the blue button at Acushnet dot com arena. We work. Is where the rubber meets the road. If we don't get results work on because what's small business advertisers, any ad dollar. Spent counts. How many agencies can say they've kept small locally owned businesses advertising. Fifty two weeks a year for over a decade straight. How many have made shoestring budgets grow? By over one thousand percent, we can because we get results to Anderson dash Smith dot com. It's the contact us button Email me, and I'll call you and short order because it's time we grew your business can post hunting helper, Brian Wickert, I've been talking with several chap real estate agents, and it appears there could be a gush of new listings now that January is upon us, but pinta buyer demand means those new listings.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

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"The fifty eight year old who led the Seattle based retailer with his brothers died early this morning. The company says it's executive leadership will continue under the direction of co-presidents, Pete and Eric Nordstrom. The Senate Judiciary committee is setting a date to consider President Trump's nominee for attorney general the committee hearings for William bar will take place January fifteenth and sixteenth bar. Previously served as Torney general from nineteen ninety one to nineteen Ninety-three coming up to treat. Some are good. Some gonna be a problem for certain dogs. I'm herb Weisbaum. With what pet parents need to know, President Trump hoping that Utah. Senator incoming Utah Senator Mitt Romney will be more of a team player. He said he was surprised by Romney's critical op Ed in the Washington Post. Romney said Trump's character falls short at a critical time for the nation. Romney talked about his concerns with CNN's Jake tapper when you say that you have issues with his character. And you talk about his integrity and honesty, the suggestion being that he lacks integrity and honesty. What specifically has he done? That is bothered. You. What is what is the rhetoric that has come from his mouth is actions that trouble you the most well over the course of the last two years, I have put out a number of statements that relate to things that were a great concern to me, the Charlottesville response by the president was something that gave me great concern the support for ROY Moore in the Senate race was something I was very very concerned about his attack on the media. I wrote an entire piece about that. So I've I've laid out time and again places where I disagree with the president. And I think it's very important for a president to demonstrate the qualities of integrity and honesty. Forthrightness empathy and respect for the institutions of our Democratic Republic. I think those are all parts of the job. And while I agree with him a lot of policy FRANZ, and and and salute the work that's been done by the Republican leadership in Washington other places that relate to the if you will forming national character that I think we could do a better job. Well, you call them a fraud. I mean in two thousand sixteen you give a very strong speech in wasn't in Utah. Zona calling him a fraud. Some people who are allied with the president some people who are not allied with the president say, hey, you know, the president endorsed you and your Senate race, and you accepted the endorsement president pointed that out today you interviewed for a job with him to be potentially secretary of state. What changed why were you willing to talk to him and accept his endorsement when you have all these reservations about him. Well, you know after he was elected president. It was very much my hope that he would rise to the occasion rise to the mantle of the office. After all becoming president of the United States is quite an allegation for anybody. And he has said during the campaign that he could be extraordinarily presidential. When I hear that. I think of Washington, and Lincoln, and Jefferson and Roosevelt and Kennedy and Eisenhower, and I think if those qualities, and I think that while he spoke of that. And while that was my hope I don't think he's followed through a that front. The way he's followed through on some of his other promises. Do you regret accepting his endorsement when he sent that tweet during your center, I he was endorsing me. I wasn't endorsing him. And I haven't decided to I'm gonna dourson twenty twenty I'm going to wait and see what the alternatives are. So you're not on board. Because the the senior Senator from Utah unlikely said he is likely going to endorse the president. I think it's really to make that decision. And I want to see what the alternatives are. But I pointed out there are places where we agree and a whole series of policy fronts. But there are places that I think the president can. If you will elevate his game. And and do a better job to help bring us together as a nation. Is there any chance that you might emerge as an alternative to President Trump and run against him for president in the primaries in two thousand twenty no you may have heard Iran before? I've had that experience. And by the way, I acknowledge the president was successful. And I was not he did something. I couldn't do he won. And and I recognize that and appreciate that. But no, I'm not running again. And we'll see whether someone else doesn't a Republican primary or not but time will tell incoming Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney on CNN tendon a lengthy cabinet meeting today at the White House. Mr. Trump sent Romney warning. I don't know if he's going to become a team player. I hope he does. He does. I think it's going to be better for him. I think people are very upset with what he did. He hasn't even gotten to office yet. Senator elect Mitt Romney facing a backlash from the president and Republicans for criticizing President Trump. Komo news time three fifty time for your propel insurance money update with Jim Cesco. The first Wall Street session of two thousand nineteen was similar to a lot of those from twenty eighteen volatile trading with stocks spending much of the day in negative territory. Did finish slightly higher. The Dow Jones industrials rose eighteen points. The NASDAQ gained thirty the SNP edged up three points. Wall Street is coming off its worst year since two thousand eight but some market watchers are confident we'll see a better twenty nine thousand nine for US. Stocks warden school, finance professor. Jeremy Siegel said on CNBC earlier today that even with slower economic growth, he expects a rebound of between five and fifteen percent for the market index is this year, that's your money. Now when he comes your way at twenty and fifty past the hour traffic right around the corner with sue KOMO news time three fifty one..

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