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Man Threatens to Shoot Up New York Kids' Camp Over Social Distancing Violation

CBS2 News New York

00:23 sec | Last month

Man Threatens to Shoot Up New York Kids' Camp Over Social Distancing Violation

"Nassau County police arrested a man they say threatened to shoot up and Orthodox Jewish day him police track down fifty eight-year-old Nikola Pal after he allegedly called to complain about alleged social distancing violations at the camp when was arrested at his home in Inwood police say they found multiple guns he's charged with making a terroristic threat and weapons

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ACC schedule includes Notre Dame, 10 conference games

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

06:57 min | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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 | 2 months 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 | 4 months 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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Chinese ambassador to Israel found dead at home

Coast to Coast AM

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Chinese ambassador to Israel found dead at home

"The Chinese ambassador to Israel is found dead Israel's foreign ministry says do way was discovered in his home north of Tel Aviv Sunday the fifty eight year old previously served as China's envoy to Ukraine and was appointed envoy to Israel in February he recently condemned comments by secretary of state Mike Pompeii ill who accused China of hiding information about the corona virus outbreak

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

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:43 min | 4 months 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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Chicago Father and Son Injured In Shooting During Oak Park Home Invasion

Nick Digilio

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Chicago Father and Son Injured In Shooting During Oak Park Home Invasion

"Father and his adult son were shot during an attempted home invasion in Oak Park happened near the corner of Clinton and pleasant in the predawn hours of Monday morning they tell police they awoke to the sound of a breaking window it was the glass in the front door of their home they say when they yelled out a warning that they were calling nine one one suspect again fire shots both were hit the fifty eight year old father and the twenty year old son both are expected to survive there been no rests

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Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:28 sec | 5 months ago

Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19

"At el Salvador man is the first to die from corona virus while in the custody of immigration and customs enforcement fifty seven year old had been added to tension facility no tie mesa fifty eight year old Carlos Mejia was hospitalized after testing positive for the respiratory illness she spent about a week on a ventilator telly died Wednesday he still uses the Otay mesa detention center has the largest covert nineteen outbreak of any ice facility in the nation with nearly two hundred confirmed

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South Carolina woman killed by alligator was doing homeowner's nails

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

South Carolina woman killed by alligator was doing homeowner's nails

"The South Carolina woman who was attacked and killed by an alligator in the keel island the gated community was visiting the homeowner at the time to do our nails and was trying to touch the big reptile when it grabbed her police say after briefly getting away from the alligator on Friday the woman stood in waist deep water in the pond and said I guess I won't do that again but the alligator grad fifty eight year old said to cover in this Josh again took her under until she drowned Charleston county deputies and firefighters were able to kill the alligator news polls to get the the woman out

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New York - Remembering MTA Train Tower Operator Darryl Sweeney

Morning Edition

02:19 min | 5 months ago

New York - Remembering MTA Train Tower Operator Darryl Sweeney

"Transit workers continue to die from covert nineteen in greater numbers than any other city or state agency in New York as part of our occasional series to honor those lost to the virus W. NYC Steven Nelson has this recollection there Sweeney had four children but it was his only daughter deja he took to see plays on Broadway she says his favorite was the mountain top a fictional account of Martin Luther king junior's last night I love that one he talked about that forever teacher says her father was very thoughtful and methodical his favorite game of chess he earned his black belt in jujitsu this year and philosophically he was aligned with king we'd like your ideology Durrell was the tower operator which is kind of like air traffic control for trains a job that requires constant attention one of his coworkers and fellow union leader Chris Drummond says there was one quality that made him different god never gets mad and bass with our market value trump says in the union Geral worked hard to improve conditions grilled me had to provide food chains this one is a bright treated with dignity and respect as for his family he pushed them to be their best to after getting her bachelor's degree his daughter deja new one thing now right I don't want to go back to school and he said well you know you always said you want to go to auction I think it's concrete do now that no I'm not doing I'm not doing it and he just made me realize you know sometimes you can't stop shaking your green teacher ended up getting a scholarship to a law school in Michigan the last time they were together was late February when you drop her off to take the bar exam he wished her good luck and said don't second guess yourself and I did my name you called me every week I have never felt now would come in every week they don't come back until April but you still call in late March they're all called out sick from work and he wasn't answering his phone one of his sons climb through his window to check on him Geral was disoriented had a raspy voice difficulty breathing an ambulance came but they said he didn't need to go to a hospital for the kept him at home he slept a lot drink Gatorade and law the town awaits two weeks later his condition worsened at the end you know we work it worked longer while I was recording born and raised in Brooklyn Geral Sweeney leaves behind three children six siblings and his mother he was fifty eight years old Steven Nelson W. NYC news

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Mom of T-wolves star Karl-Anthony Towns dies from COVID-19

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Mom of T-wolves star Karl-Anthony Towns dies from COVID-19

"Jacquelyn cruise towns the fifty eight year old mother of Timberwolves all star Karl Anthony towns has died of covert nineteen at the fifty eighth was omnipresent at Minnesota a basketball games a very very engaging personality loved by everybody with the team for employers to front office towns posted an emotional video online on March twenty fifth revealing that his mother was in a medically induced coma on a ventilator his dad also caught the disease was treated in a hospital and

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Blurred Lines of Parenting

Motherhood Sessions

06:29 min | 6 months ago

Blurred Lines of Parenting

"I'm talking with the fifty eight year old mother and her twenty seven year old daughter or calling them Rosa and penelope two years ago penelope had a baby on her own and has since moved in with her parents. Penelope relies on her mother to help take care of the baby but it hasn't been easy living under the same roof on the one hand. Penelope needs appreciates her mother's assistance at the same time. She's trying to assert her own independence and establish boundaries. Have you ever lived by yourself with your daughter outside of your mother's home now? So what's holding you back from moving out of your parent's house so if I were to move out at this very moment I am not confident that the first time my tire blows out. I'M NOT GONNA. Have you know five hundred dollars in the bank to address that issue would immediately becoming back to my my credit card or my family to be like? Hey can you help? I think it's really important to have a person to rely on. There's a day you'll come tired today year grouchy. There's a day you have the flu. There's the day that your child is a monster and after two hours you're about to explode and that everybody needs a backup and I've even told her. Try to make the upstairs like your little domain. There's three rooms you could have won. The baby has one and you could turn the other one into like a little living room. You don't WanNa be with us. Just hang out upstairs as if you were renting the second floor of an apartment. I mean you'd have to come downstairs to cook. 'cause there's no kitchen upstairs but other than that you know. We can put a door on the bottom of the stairs. Get you something to make it more private. She expressed that she kind of wasn't ready for that. But I just think it's silly. I think it's silly to be so tight that you can't breathe when there's another reasonable option or do you feel not ready for that like having a a more separate way of living in the same under the same roof. Yeah because to me. That's made permanent. Yes let's talk about it. It feels like you're exactly essentially that it feels to permanent that you're continuing. Oh we're going to keep furnishing this house to make you a separate as possible where I'm like. No I want to focus on. How do we keep making me as ready as possible to leave? This house is their attention. Because you need your mom's helping you enjoy her help but you also want to feel more independent. Exactly it's hard to know where to draw the line because I don't want to do everything on my own. I think she kind of has this dual have like a Co parent at times and then a mom and then also just. Sometimes I don't want you know. Don't want anything to do with her. As most children are at times with their parents so I get frustrated. I'll say something or I'll just a lot of times which is probably not the correct behavior. Just ignore her. For example I can just think of night before last. She went to dinner for her work. came home and the baby was still awake. Which unusual and it wasn't that late. It was a little after ten. Maybe ten thirty and she came in and she's like why is she still awake like because she's stays awake and she said okay. I have her and she got her but penelope she kind of looked like she might have been crying which is possible her eyes were little red rimmed and I was concerned about that so then she went upstairs and I waited. I don't know like five minutes. And then I went upstairs behind her to make sure she was okay and then when I went in the room I said is everything. Okay and she said get out of my room get out of my room like okay and then I came over and I like hugged Terry said Mom. I said get out of my room and that I left. That's a great example. That's a common dynamic. That sort of leaning on your parents for dependency and then pushing away from them to both learn how to feel like an adult yourself and take care of yourself but also sometimes projecting that rage onto your parent that you're angry. You're not more independent. You're angry need them. So she's right. I was upset when I came home. And there was all that stimulus. The baby was still awake. My mom was up. My father was up You know all of these people kind of there to greet me with whatever's going on I just wanted to you know. Take the baby go to bed kind of half my decompression and then when she saw that I was upset then. She cannot help but she always wants to say something. Whether it's what's wrong are you okay or give you a hug. Whatever it's just frustrating to me when I expressed that before of like hey. I don't like that when I'm upset. Maybe later asked me like. Hey was everything okay. That's not something you have to deal with if you're in your own space so you're in a process of calming down and you just don't want someone interrupt that process yes. You're not worried that you won't get there yourself. Yes so mom. Do you notice about your daughter that she likes chase. You need space so she tells me that she needs space she. She has told me that on numerous occasions. You say it with a with a little bit of a smile. Like what do you mean when you say she tells you that shade so yeah it was? Kinda GONNA go there. Yeah tell me so sir. From the time she was little she's always been Mike. My more sensitive child more easily upset by things as well as a young child. She was easily overwhelmed. I would use those words so then a two year old is a handful for any human being through and she works and she's very good at her job. She's got so many things going well for her but then she comes home and sometimes she crashes you sometimes she comes in and sometimes honestly she doesn't even say is it. Okay if I leave the baby downstairs. She leaves the baby and heads up the stairs. Well a lot of the Times. I'm just tired. I'll just had upstairs decompress. Take a shower half a minute to myself. So you don't ask the grandparents sometimes. Yes but sometimes

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New York City postpones its St. Patrick's Day parade because of concerns about the coronavirus

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00:30 sec | 7 months ago

New York City postpones its St. Patrick's Day parade because of concerns about the coronavirus

"After day back and forth in New York City St Patrick's day parade was officially postponed last night governor made it official during an interview by his brother Chris Cuomo on CNN I have the issue of the St Patrick's day parade right I recommended to the organizers that we have to postpone its two million spectators a hundred and fifty thousand marchers you can't do that in this environment first time in two hundred fifty eight years the parades been postponed at this point no future dates

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New York City postpones its St. Patrick's Day parade because of concerns about the coronavirus

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

New York City postpones its St. Patrick's Day parade because of concerns about the coronavirus

"After data back and forth in New York City St Patrick's day parade has officially been postponed the governor made it official Wednesday night during an interview with his brother Chris Cuomo on CNN I have the issue of the St Patrick's day parade right I recommended to the organizers that we have to postpone its two million spectators a hundred and fifty thousand marchers you can't do that in this environment the first time in two hundred fifty eight years St Patrick's day parades been postponed again no future date has been

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South by Southwest Is Canceled as Coronavirus Fears Scuttle Festival

Take Your Health to Heart

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

South by Southwest Is Canceled as Coronavirus Fears Scuttle Festival

"Hundreds of concerts and events have I've gone off line now trade shows concerts events been canceled due to the corona virus fears in the US more than forty one thousand people have signed an online petition concert can't calling for the cancellation of south by southwest that is a ten day tech and music concert that normally draws about four hundred thousand visitors to Austin Texas people are saying please don't come please don't come the global health conference where Donald Trump was scheduled to speak it is the first the first cancellation in the events fifty eight year history the global health conference that has been canceled American Bar Association canceled its national conference on white collar crime natural products expo is canceled in Anaheim thirty to the thirty second annual Arnold Schwarzenegger annual sports festival in Columbus

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:52 min | 10 months 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 WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:06 min | 11 months ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Com WBBM news eleven OO five Wednesday it's in November the thirteenth St right now in Chicago we have cloudy skies and a twenty seven degree temperature reading thank you weather says a little light snow in spots overnight down to twenty one partly sunny and thirty four for the high tomorrow the extended forecast coming up our top local story on news radio WBBM palatine Schomburg district to elevens controversial locker room policy for transgender students expected to come up for a vote tomorrow night W. B. B. as Nancy hardy with this preview if members of the public wish to speak of the board of education seven thirty meeting they'll be given a random number and only twenty five will be allowed to talk at three minutes apiece the district to eleven board is considering a change to its policy that required transgender and gender non conforming students to use single stalls in the bathrooms and locker rooms conforming to their gender identity over the last four years the district has been sued by people on both sides about the underlying policy and see hearty newsradio one oh five point nine FM a former Chicago public school employee is accused of sexually assaulting two girls on the west side Eugene Westmoreland faces a sexual abuse charges dating back sixteen years ago police say one of the victims was nine years old when it happened channel five reports the fifty eight year old was arrested to to what weeks ago a woman a hospitalized tonight after Chicago police vehicle rolled over her leg in the south shore neighborhood police say officers were talking to the thirty four year old woman just after six PM on east seventy First Street near Jeffrey when officers pulled away the woman's right leg got stuck under the passenger's side of the officers car woman was taken to the university of Chicago Medical Center with injuries to her right leg and head police say her condition was stabilized one day after parents and students that can what academy on the south side we're told Vanity heating problems at the school were fixed some students were forced to leave cold classrooms again today a broken motor in the high schools heating system was blamed by school officials for the problem and a day after that problem was supposedly fixed some students had to leave cold classrooms and go to the school's auditorium in an email sent to Kenwood parents the school said most classrooms were warm classroom temperatures were being monitored throughout the school day and temporary heaters were being installed in affected classrooms as a precaution on the south side Jim got us news radio one of five point nine FM Javadi V. V. M. E.'s town eleven away for traffic and weather now sponsored by Manny's deli here is a meal for your radio I'll be happy to know that most of the big roads are pretty decent shape that includes the Edens in either direction and the Kennedy at twenty minutes to and from here the Eisenhower on the way I'll just sixteen the Mannheim it's twenty.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Happen is fifty eight year officer art Bryce was heading home to Marino valley after finishing it should happen near where the ninety one and fifteen freeways meet the trailer from a semi truck came loose in corona and stopped in the lane prices sedan hit it then swerved into another semi that was on his right price have been with the boy in a park police department for eleven years he was assigned to its anti gang unit fellow officers took part in a procession as his body was taken to the riverside county corner members of the public who knew him have been posting online messages thanking him for his services kindness and his guidance state and national political leaders are ramping up their efforts to ensure an accurate count for the twenty twenty senses but their concerns at an undercount could cost California and other states billions of dollars in aid the census counts campaign is Natalie pushing for outreach to improve the accuracy of the count there's a suspicion a concerted effort to under councils of the populations may be in the works a several McGill Santiago represents downtown LA for the first time we have an administration whose attacking California in every way possible and trying to withhold funds beginning from the tax bill that directly affects California in one of the worst ways directly with the system chip chip question because they know that California has a high level of immigrants the state is allocated a hundred and eighty seven million dollars to insure out reached under county community said will push for multiple ways locations for people to take part of the census next year in downtown LA P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio NASA says it is a wild side and is working on a number of visionary projects to push the limits of technology one of those projects involves a contract with the silmar firm that's developing a spacecraft for asteroid and moon mining the founder of trans astra doctor Joe Jole social honey bee is about the size of a pickup truck. in terms of mass maybe the size of a tennis court in terms of volume wanted solar concentrators are rate it will fly out to an asteroid about the size of a house that after the way about a thousand times and it will use this optical mining method that we've invented to extract the water and other valuable materials and bring those back to earth orbit to sell to NASA and other consumer optical mining uses the concentrated power of sunlight to drill into the asteroids social says his company will be building the prototype craft over the next couple of years here in southern California more symbols have been added to the anti defamation league's hate on display hate symbols that a base they include the okay hand gesture a human like moon with sunglasses and a bowl style here Corey okay symbol on its face value is not an inherently racist symbol but certainly look at the context in which it exacts because context is significant when it comes to examine an extremist use of symbols senior investigative researcher joined a Mendelssohn with the anti defamation league says he okay jester began as a hoax online but then morphed into a trolling tactic used by white supremacists it's three twenty time for your money Bourbon and mauled have long been the most popular American whiskeys but some distillers like the ones who introduced maker's mark back in the nineteen fifties differentiated themselves by adding some wheat to the mix every bottle of maker's mark is hand even today soft red winter wheat provides a full flavor takes. and now more distillers are offering.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:27 min | 1 year 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 Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Eight hundred fifty eight year sentence for the man convicted of sexually assaulting thirty one children during his time as a pediatrician reject host of Dr Johnny Bartos, victims were boys and girls between the ages of eight and twelve Jennifer gets wasn't even ten twenty years ago. This predator should have been stopped victims came forward. But no one would listen, no one would believe I am relieved that he is behind bars and unable to harm anymore. Children cases span back to the late one thousand nine hundred eighty s cases that include bardo using his body as a shield to block parents from seeing him abused their children, one of his victims was toddler we've seen that here in the Catholic church. You see it in Hollywood, you see it in politics. And we saw it here in this community with a pediatrician for too long. The first accusations against bardo surfaced in one thousand nine hundred nine age thirteen I was sexually abused by Dr Bartell. At age sixteen I witnessed the entire community surround him with support and rally for him when he was first publicly accused, and these charges were filed almost twenty years later starting in January of twenty eight team the state attorney general's office suspected he was a serial offender, and now he of course, will remain behind bars for the rest of his life exactly where he should be. I'm Marie minutes. Reporting in sports, the NBA the San Antonio Spurs beat the Golden State Warriors won eleven one zero five last night for their ninth straight win. Clayton Kershaw won't be starting for the dodgers opening day ending his streak of pitching eight straight openers kershaw's dealt with left shoulder inflammation in spring training. And has yet to pitch.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Former Oakland deputy city attorney is set to receive nearly three hundred thousand dollars after filing a racial discrimination lawsuit against the city. Fifty eight year old Charles Voest who is white says he was passed up for promotion, and that those who were promoted we're not only persons of color with less experience. But friends of the city attorney Barbara Parker says he faced retaliation for complaining. Parker denies the claims. But says the settlement is in the city's best interest PGA is lined up five point five billion dollars to help fund the utilities to year. Bankruptcy process. He CBS as mortgage Schaefer reports the people who lost their homes will be reimbursed after the big banks PGE filed for bankruptcy because it's short on cash explains professor of the law with the university of Illinois, Robert lawless. It's the first. Thing businesses do going into bankruptcy secure new borrowing to fund operations. Why do you would anybody ever lend to a business? That's in bankruptcy. And the answer is the lenders usually get a priority or get other assurances that they're going to get repaid. And it can actually be a fairly a lucrative business. Debtor-in-possession funding. It's common. He says the returns won't be extraordinary for banks, but they are higher than other types of lending. What would you say if these people who are like, hey, what what about me? I don't have my home anymore. I would say that they have a pretty good point. But that's also not the way the law works the banks J P Morgan Chase Bank of America. Barclays in city group would be first in line lawless points to his colleague at UC Hastings Jared Elias, he made a good point that after they file any future damages. So if there's fires this summer, those would come before the banks company says it expects to be the subject of numerous additional claims mortgage Schaefer KCBS just ahead on KCBS gold spe- in Berkeley where the city is considering sweeping new laws to eliminate. Trash coming out of cafes and restaurants..

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KOMO

"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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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You're here. Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five. Kamara is in Hartford, Connecticut. Hey, how are you? I'm good here. So better than I deserve. How can I help? All right. So I look into be they're free to be a millionaire. Whether in investments are assets for right now, I'm shy under of one hundred and sixty thousand dollars in debt and that sixty eight thousand in real estate fifty eight in student loan in about eleven thousand with credit card collections and old repo and my income just increase to fifty eight year six sixty eight a year. Fifty fifty eight five eight okay. And I was thinking about doing fantasy. But not sure if that's a good idea. Why would you file bankruptcy? Because I'm so much whole and can't dig myself out or can't see vision of digging myself out. Okay. So the well here's part of your problem, though. The real estate if you file bankruptcy the debt does not go away unless the real estate goes away. Right. So is that a rental property or do you live in it? I live in. Okay. So you either keep the sixty eight thousand dollars in debt while in bankruptcy or you lose the property. What's the property worth? The property is probably worth about seventy five between eighty thousand. Okay. Fairly inexpensive property in the Hartford, Connecticut area. I'm sorry. Fairly inexpensive property in the Hartford Connecticut area, right like affordable housing. Okay. So losing that doesn't sound appealing to me, by the way, fifty eight thousand dollars student loan debt is not bankrupt -able. Right. So I figured that. Because I would keep that the house, and then I also have a car that's worth about fourteen that I that I owe fourteen. So I would keep the car in the house. So at the end of the day, you're filing bankruptcy on eleven thousand dollars worth of credit card debt and repo debt. Does your keep all the rest of it? Right. That doesn't make any sense. Does it now the don't, okay? So that's not gonna work. All right. So let's instead let's get you on a plan that will actually work. How old are you? I am thirty one. We do for a living. I'm a claims adjuster. Okay. Good. Are you single? Okay. The opportunity to. Raise your income dramatically by traveling to disaster areas and do claims adjustment. Like, I talked to a guy that I may two hundred grand doing what you do. But he went into the hurricane zones in the flood zones and stuff. Oh, wow. So I'm sorry. I'm actually a claims auditor I audit claims. No. Okay. All right. Okay. Yeah. That is different. All right. Okay. So you have a staff position with an insurance company. Herat which is a bunch of those in Hartford. Okay. That makes sense. All right. So you're working forty. Hours. Forty hours. Yup. And what's your degree in? Do. You have a degree. I have a degree in human services. Bachelors. Okay. Good. So what I'm poking around on? Here's I'm trying to figure out why we get you on a system and on a clear path that gets you out of this mess. It's gonna take a little while. But the good news in your story. Is you have a very small house payment. Which is great. Your car payment is not so good. The credit cards and the and the repo you're not even paying on them right now. Anyway, right. Correct. Okay. So if we get you on a plan on on the system, I think we can take the income that you have and really start to make some traction. But I'd also like to add some income to this equation with some kind of a side hustle or a side gig of some kind that brings in another thousand two thousand dollars a month because I don't mind you working all the time for a short period of time. If it gets you out of this mess. I mean, if you could work like a crazy person for two years and be debt free except your house, you'd do that. Wouldn't you? I was so we needed. That's what I mean by side hustle. I don't want you to get the rest of your life. But but but I work eighty hours a week for short period of time because you're not gonna die from that too. Just to get the mess cleaned up. Okay. So. I have a business on the side. But which is planning, but it's not doing anything. I'm not getting any business from it. Oh, okay. Got to get some business where we go. Do something else. Right, gene money. Right. Okay. We're.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"When you indeed think I've been doing a good job, this is going to be fine, or were you thinking this could go either way? I think I honestly thought it could go either way. I wanted it to work out of course, and I, you know, a couple of the other things I did. And actually I want to say this just because I think it's something I encourage people who are trying to get into this business to do. One thing I did that was really helpful. I would watch the news and then after the show I would sit down and try and write the script myself, there's no perfect or exa- there's no right way to do any of this. So it's just getting in the habit of doing all of this anyway. I felt I felt like I had a good decent shot, but there was no certainty around whether it would work out or not, and thank goodness it did CNBC was I, I really genuinely loved my experience there. I love the people. I got great resources and a lot of wonderful mentors there. And it also happened to fall in the midst of the financial crisis, which. Was you know, an awful time for the country. But as far as covering financial news, it was the moment. So this is two thousand five. So two thousand six, two thousand seven, two thousand eight. It's the financial crisis, and there's the. The stakes are so high at that point for what we're doing. And I mean that sort of imposter syndrome, I would say kicks in in various polices throughout. I think one of the biggest ones is covering the rising joblessness in the country. The number of companies the in my head right now. So it's the anniversary basically of Leman brothers and Leman brothers, ten years ago when out of business. This one hundred fifty eight year old country company that made it through two world wars, the great depression, and I remember interviewing people as they were walking out carrying those Brown boxes that everyone carries when they leave a job with all of their possessions. Fans and kind of feeling like how how can I be in this position talking to these people. These are people who have put their life in. A lot of them are two times my age, and I really felt a heavy responsibility, especially in that moment to tell their stories, tell them well, and also we were really being called on by, you know, because I would see you at the today show. For example, we were being called on by all of these outlets to break it down and explain what the average person should do with their money. And one of the reasons that I made the jump eventually to work at a network is because I felt like the the level of misinformation, the number of charlatans, I, I would. I consider my colleagues at CNBC and the people that I worked with wonderful and they did an amazing job, but there were so many charlatans out there giving the worst possible advice to people about what to do with. Their life savings, and I always felt this desire to try to correct the record and help people have the right information. They didn't make terrible choices with their life savings..

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Hurt yesterday afternoon when a school bus collided with a pickup truck in Apopka happened near clerk on a road and, east thirteenth street f- HP reports that the man driving the pickup truck had a suspended license. And no insurance. He was leaked so waking up Discomfort Investigators have not said which driver is at. Fault it's back to school this week for many students cross the, country including those at Marjory stoneman Douglas high school in. Parkland as students returned to Marjory stoneman Douglas high school, today they're being met by new, security small army of, security guards and police officers on campus also new, fences cameras and, doors but a plan for metal, detectors he's not ready to go because of logistics and a proposal for only clear backpacks was. Scrapped that's. Reporter Alex, stone a mom and El Paso is dead after she jumped in front of a car at an elementary school to shield several kids from getting hit. Thirty-three-year-old, charisma James and army veteran died in the. Accident her two young children and another child suffered serious injuries investigators are trying to find out if the fifty eight year old driver that hit James was suffering from a medical. Issue Arkansas warrior. Clark Howard is talking about a hot button issue this, morning student loan. Debt it is a Terrible terrible burden that so many Americans have but there's new data that says the greatest burden is not on. The, student himself or herself it's on that students. Parents you know the amount.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live TV coverage about fires breaking out the fifty eight year old professional driver Randy his balcony and saw the thick pine forest inflames the And I, grabbed our ideas and our cell phones and of course our dog Phoebe. We jumped, into our. Car and tried to drive away but the one road out of town was backed up with, cars the family abandoned their car and ran toward the sea The fire. Came at a so quickly it sounded like a train when I was trying. To get to the cliff leading to the scene there was a path between some. Houses it had steps that lead to a beach where we'd go swimming he, remembers, forty or fifty people running behind him chased by a. Giant black cloud remembers choking on fumes when the group reached the, cliff half of the people suddenly ran in another direction We'll figure it Discrepancy for told them there was no path where they were just a huge drop. From the cliff they'd land on sharp rocks or the fire, would get them but they couldn't hear me that group got stuck. On the ledge he heard their screams as he stumbled on the steps and into. The sea level I saw the huge black. Cloud covering Evans I couldn't see the land only see. In all directions he treaded water for four hours next to his. Sons and Phoebe the dog Phoebe died just before the family was. Rescued by, fishermen the gift I thought my sons. Would die he says his voice breaking I don't know how we. Made it God. Must have helped those stuck on. The ledge were found the. Next morning twenty-six scorched bodies huddled together Shovel vanished medical examiner Ilias told reporters that, in many cases rescue workers have only. Found wedding bands and crosses amid the ashes, and bits of bone Paying Survivor shouted down a government, minister visiting the village after the fire, asking why would we left to die He's natural disasters expert cost. Us senior latkes explains that. The pine forest was highly combustible especially in the hot dry and. Windy summer so it was fired prop people were not informed that they lived in a high. Risk area there were no has, no evacuation for the people do what escape routes were available to, shed, it was a, lot of confusion even, if arson was behind the fires as the government insists see no like he says, evacuation plans are essential especially as climate, change makes summers hotter and drier The slice of. Paradise that was once Mati is, now scorched ghost town the wants filled with swimmers is not patrolled, by, navy divers.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"From, the daily News and our reporter Mike smells has been looking. Into it as the calendar flipped from two thousand twelve to two thousand. And thirteen night you had four hundred and twenty thousand, repair requests then mayor Michael Bloomberg made a promise in January, of two thousand. Thirteen, saying within just a year that enormous number would be. Reduced to zero the daily news shows. That you cheated its way to get to that goal it's main, tactic was closing out repair. Requests with the t h designation or tenant. Not home nature employees would intentionally go to attendance apartment when they knew that tenant. Was not home at one former employee tells the daily. News that they would sometimes call up the tenets ask if, they could come by. At a certain time and if the tenant said no that doesn't work for me there repair request would immediately be closed with no work done. And no real. Effort to try, and get it done according to. A complaint filed by the Manhattan District attorney's office nearly two hundred thousand. Repair requests about half of the overall number were closed out in two thousand and thirteen using. The t h designation to address all the issues with the troubled agency The. City recently agreed to have nature overseen by a federal monitor and will spend two point, two billion dollars in capital funding on the public housing. Developments Mike melts WCBS NewsRadio, eight, eighty Brooklyn nurses found dead. Wrapped in a bedsheet and stuffed in the closet of our east flatbush home after fifty eight year old Lisa Rosner thin didn't report for work as a nurse at downstate medical center didn't return calls from her sister she went in the sister did neighbor Rodney white told CBS to trying to contact her for several days she came up she was able to contact Loyd And that's when they made the gruesome. Discovery as you heard CBS reported that Rosner thing sometimes rented a room to colleagues and that she may have had issues with a woman who is staying with her and that woman's boyfriend Very friendly That was another neighbor WCBS CBS news. Time one, oh seven four. Months ago the mayor said Moore investigators would be hired to look into sexual harassment complaints in the city's, education department but the daily news reports none have been hired as of, yet, of oh the education department. Says eleven new investigators will be on staff by the start of the school year. In October as, of April there were one hundred thirty three active cases of sexual harassment and discrimination in the education, department one oh seven.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

TalkRadio 1370AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on TalkRadio 1370AM

"So you can just say do everything because i said so there's nothing wrong with that but you lose the teachable moment of work is where money comes from and you want to meet fifty eight year olds that haven't learned that in eight year olds that have you know so i work is where money comes from and you work you get paid you don't work you don't get paid i want them seeing that visually and what i'm experiencing that i want them being able to give with money that they quote unquote earned i want them to be able to buy something for themselves with money they quote unquote earn on with them to be doing some saving with money that they quote unquote aren't i say quote unquote because they're not they're almost never worth what we pay them that's not that's not the point was not an economic transaction it's a teachable moment it's parenting so that's what you do now as far as whether they if they just go there's kind of like two things there you can do that occasionally and not get paid if it's something like feeding the dog that's harmful to the dog if you've agreed to do that and that's one of your chores you're going to get paid for you're going to feed the dog i mean because the poor dog needs to be fed and so that actually was one of ours that they got paid for feeding the dog you know keeping the water bowl fresh and all that kind of stuff around the dog brushing the dog was another one we had one that needed brushing and so that kind of stuff so you can you can just decide putting you're putting your dishes in the dishwasher after dinner was one you didn't get paid for that was so you're helping your mom clean the kitchen that but you can decide i don't care it's not the point is have some we had some because we wanted you to understand you support the family and some that your money now i don't wanna do it is okay occasionally but my job is dad your job is mom mom's.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KOMO

"And mountaineer the fifty eight year olds also air to a germanbased supermarket empire is family's fortune is estimated at more than three point seven billion dollars death penalty conviction for kirkland man has been upheld by the state supreme court komo's charlie harder has the store owner sherman's crimes rock the community back in two thousand six he stabbed and killed a family of four then burned their home down in two thousand ten jury unanimously voted for capital punishment are you convinced beyond a reasonable doubt that there are not sufficient circumstances mitigating circumstances to merit leniency the jury answers the question yes all death penalty cases are automatically appealed to the state supreme court a majority of justices have now decided the case was handled properly and will allow the process to move forward however governor jay inslee has pleased moratorium on capital punishment meaning sherman won't face an execution date anytime soon charlie harder komo news fees to get into national parks like mattering near are going up but not as much as i proposed and for that the head of public lands in our state is relieved commissioner of public lands hillary frenzy should've statement or response to interior secretary ryan zinke decision to abandon a proposal that would have tripled fees to access national parks france stated governments must fully commit to ensuring everyone regardless of age race or income bracket has the opportunity to experience our treasured public lands the new plan increases fees by five dollars for all parks that charge entry fees komo news.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on WJR 760

"Dick hafner for people who committed another drunk driving death this in northern oakland county the sheriff department says a fifty seven year old woman was killed two people were injured in a drunk driving crash involving three vehicles this happened on lake bill road in addison township according to the alton county sheriff say 36yearold st clair man was traveling eastbound lake phil and he crossed the center line and smashed and on into a car a third vehicle then hit number two a man and woman in that vehicle were crap the woman died a man is in stable condition the drunk driver was also suffering minor injuries state police say several cars were hit by some sort of projectile bbs or pellet deguene pellets while driving on southbound i seventy five in oakland county nam to detroit on sunday afternoon police say they ruled out road debris concrete there were no bullet holes or bullets found in the area police believe the incident was vandalism with a bb gun or a pellet gun on eighty one year old man was carjacked at gunpoint in detroit over on the lower east side he was in front of his apartment building when two gunmen approached him on foot he got bashed in the head with a gun the suspects drove away in his car detroit police are continuing to search for a black pickup truck they say they believe was involved in a fatal hit and run in the early morning hours of sunday a fifty yearold man was hit and killed as he was crossing eight mile at rosemont a woman died a man was injured after their atv went through the ice and when under in a lake gladwin county sheriff says the atv fell july late lancer the driver was a sixty three year old man he had to be rescued they fifty eight year old woman also on that atv was killed then he students affected by the school massacre in portland florida say there organizing gun control actions correspondent clayton nevels says they're demanding chains students and people in the parkland community say more gun laws are needed and security inactive active shooter training just isn't enough i spoke with stone and douglas math teacher jim guard who told me that if things don't change it's a matter of win another school shooting will happen that's become so commonplace and that's terrible think that the.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on AP News

"When you wait fifty eight years for a football championship everybody turns out to celebrate ap correspondent warned levinson reports the philadelphia eagles paraded up broad street to the steps of the art museum to accept the accolades the crowd many times the size of were could fit into lincoln financial field for a game to savour the super bowl championship perhaps one is much centre jason kelsea who came dressed as a turkish potentate slash fortunetellers life mardi gras character revelling in how no one outside the city believe the eagles could win huchon vehicle rudolf said coach doug peterson this is our new more and more levinson hong kong's retired archbishop says the deal between the vatican and china feeds too much power to beijing cardinal joseph zen says the deal would give the country's catholic followers far less maneuver ability than they currently have this situation easy ridi like a book cage and we we may even agree that the pcgg now so the birds have a certain degree of freedom now he says the holy see should consider abandoning talks with china over contentious bishop nominations and he remains pessimistic about beijing's vine and religions in general communist government just want the church to surrender because they want to complete control not only over the cutting church of all religion and so even that's through us i'm saying then there is no hope of catching a a good agreement sends commons comments tensions rise over a possible deal between the vatican and beijing the roman catholic church is pushing for a historic breakthrough in relations with china but negotiations have touched off a bitter dispute inside the church it'll activist to grateful w assist john perry barlow has died music corresponded marches are let it as a look at his career john perry barlow was a schoolmate of grateful dead guitarist bob we're barlow local wrote several songs for the dead including i need a miracle mexicali blues cassidy and black.

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"fifty eight year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"fifty eight year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And when it breaks michael stays live from the twenty four hour kfi news roamed the la department of water and power says the cause of that trans former explosion and fire northwards is still a mystery weeks later assistant general manager andy kendall says it was a 48yearold transformer the burned at a temple really replacement will be wired in over the next few weeks the maintenance we do we we have the ability to prolong the life of the homeless it's about four to six million dollars for the says formers to replace the fire to saturday's ago knocked out power for much of the northwest san fernando valley on one of the hottest days of the year kendall says the wp is on a fifty eight year replacements cycle for these transformers escape park in costa mazes been closed because a mob of skaters citing the copley showed up at the volkov skatepark sunday night after reports of people spraying graffiti following a memorial service they're the costa mesa police department says that when a cop responded he was wrong by one hundred two hundred people being their skateboards on the ground and shouting profanities at triggered their response that brought about fifty cops to break everything up three people were arrested on charges ranging from failure to disperse to vandalism kris ankarlo kfi news woman who spent eighty eight days in jail in orange county for allegedly posting rape fantasy ads against her his wife is suing the city of anaheim basile hadley says police failed to thoroughly investigator case is also suing her acts and his wife for framing our life was arrested in january police say she center sell starting emails pretended to be pregnant and light the police.

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