37 Burst results for "Fifty Five Years"
Murder Suspect Christopher Buggs Mistakenly Released From Rikers in New York City
"A new york city murder suspect has mistakenly been released from rikers island and he is still at large Fox news reports that twenty seven. We have his picture in case you see him around Twenty six year old. Christopher bugs was jailed without bail at rikers while awaiting trial For more than three years. He's accused of fatally shooting fifty five year old man outside of bodega in brooklyn in two thousand eighteen and he was arrested three days later but in a different criminal contempt case a judge sentenced bugs to just thirty days and that sentence was mistakenly listed as the final disposition in the murder case jail. Staffers didn't realize the error they released him on tuesday corrections officers warned. He is considered armed and very dangerous.
Fresh update on "fifty five years" discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Shaky. Platelet levels had fallen. She died he died. Fell into a coma died winston after getting a first dose of a pfizer cove in nineteen vaccine. A fifty six year. Old doctor in south florida died this week. It's possibly the nation's first death linked to the vaccine orange county son worries. His mom died because of her second. Modern cove nineteen vaccine dope the day after her second shot on april fourteenth at a cvs in orange could he said complained of the expected side effects. Chills body aches and should have really pillow so she just said she was tired and choosing go home and sleep two days after her second dose could he sent us family says they found her dead in her robe. Handful of deaths including resale us are under investigation. Because they happened one to three days after. The person got covid. Nineteen vaccine dose. The facebook picture the captured augusta tori echoes delighted. Getting clovis vaccine the fifty five year old italian posting fatto done on march the eleventh despite developing a headache and feeling unwell afterwards she returned to her work is amusing teacher. Her condition worsened. She fell into a coma and died. Nineteen days after having the astrazeneca injection medical records seen by sky news. Show blood clots at formed in augusta tiriac whose body including in her brain her platelet.
Victim’s glasses allegedly found in car of South Dakota AG who said he hit a deer
"Next year this evening. The state attorney general under growing pressure tonight to resign deadly accident after he hit a pedestrian who did not survive tonight newly released video. The police interrogation in south dakota what he told investigators i claiming he thought he hit a deer and the moment investigators asked him about finding the victims glasses in the car. Here's abc's alec press quite frankly with calls for his resignation growing tonight. Those disturbing interviews. With south dakota attorney general jason rounds berg recalling the night he struck and killed fifty five year. Old joe beaver. I'm thinking it's a deer at those points. Authorities releasing recordings of to interogations the attorney general faced in the days after the deadly crash last september. Necessarily how can i help you. Tally alley. I'm the attorney general. I get something. I'm more hands on the bill the road but investigators disputing that one of the other things that we know jason's weren't in the shoulder. The south dakota ag maintains he never realized he had struck a person. Then this chilling moments when investigators asked about a pair of glasses that belonged to the victim and were found inside the car. There joe's glasses word that means his face came into david. The attorney general is facing three misdemeanor charges. But none for the death of joe beaver something. His family beavers family calls a disappointing news. He will not resign but one state legislator has introduced articles of impeachment to have him
Fresh update on "fifty five years" discussed on SRB Media Podcasts
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Dallas Man kills self outside home of Texas congresswoman
"A man who shot and killed himself outside of. us representative. Beth van dyne serving home. Wednesday was a former staffer of the freshman republican congresswoman and gop. The urban police department confirmed his identity to the dallas morning news. Yesterday as fifty. Five year old richard christian chris dillard according to his linked in profile which shows him pictured with texas. Gop chairman alan west. He was van. Dines communications director for her campaign from november twenty nineteen to april twenty twenty the texas military department public affairs staff also confirmed that dillard was a member of the texas state guard. Irving police department public information officer robert reeves said the reason behind dillard's death is still
Tom Brokaw says he's retiring from NBC News after 55 years
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Tom Brokaw says he's retiring from NBC news Tom Brokaw of NBC news says he's retiring from television the eighty year old Brokaw who anchored NBC nightly news from nineteen eighty two to two thousand four says he plans to continue writing books and articles Procol last appeared on air on MSNBC's morning Joe on December thirtieth in two thousand seven Brokaw reflected on his arrival at NBC news after just two years on local TV in the Brzeska arrive in California working for NBC in nineteen fifty six just four years off the Great Plains working class families and small town Brokaw was with NBC news for fifty five years in twenty thirteen roll call was diagnosed with multiple myeloma and curable blood cancer that affects the bone marrow hi Mike Rossio
Barack Obama clarifies his criticism of 'Defund the Police': 'Not the point I was making'
"Nothing made me more optimistic. During a very difficult year than the activism that we saw in the wake of george floyd memorial and black lives matter and i have consistently believed that their courage activism media savvy strategic resolve a far exceeds anything that i could have done their agent. I think has shifted the conversation in ways that i even imagined a couple of years ago so throughout this this slew of compliments i then said well what do you think about. Be particular slogan defunding. The police and i said well that particular slogan i think the concern is that there may be potential allies out there that you lose and issue always is. How do you get enough people to support your cause that you can actually institutionalize it and translated into laws rights and so forth or two or three brighter. Who i admire. Who wrote out obama's making an admission to chastised black lives matter and you go what hold on a second. I just spent the whole summer. Complementing remember what are you talking about the reason it caught attention. I suspect is there. Were some in the democratic party. Who suggested the reason we didn't do better in the congressional elections. This time was because of this phrase that people assumed that. Somehow i was making an argument that right. That's why we didn't get you know. A bigger democratic majority. That actually was not the point. i was making. I was making a very particular point around if we in fact want to translate the the the the very legitimate belief that how we do policing needs to change and that if there is for example a homeless guy ranting and railing in the middle of the street sending a mental health worker. Rather than an armed untrained. Police officer to deal with that person might be a better outcome for all of us and make us safer right that if we describe that to nudge us white folks. But let's say michelle's mom that makes sense to them but if we say defunding the police not just white folks but michelle's mom might say if i'm getting robbed who am i gonna call and is somebody gonna show up right so the issue here becomes at any given. How are we translating and using language not to make people more comfortable quote unquote right because that's always a strain and historically all the concern in these debates is also as often or are we just trying to make white people comfortable rather than speaking truth to power right. that's the framework. We tend to think about these things right yet. The issue to me is not making them comfortable. It is can we be precise with our language enough that people who might be persuaded around that particular issue to make a particular change that gets a particular result that we want. What's the best way for us to describe that and basically saying is we should workshop all of our slogans with michelle. That's what i that probably would be wise. It would probably work. But but i wanna go back to something you said earlier which i think is really important and i said this in the wake of of some criticism i said look. Part of this is also. Everybody has different roles to play an activist movement. Leader is is going to provide a prophetic voice and speak certain truths that somebody who is going to be elected into office will not be able to say i reread james. Baldwin's a fire next time this summer. How is it that something written fifty years ago fifty five year. Yeah yeah applies directly today. Despite everything that's happened to me that is as honest a portrayal of the the gaping wound of race in america.
All That Is Wicked
"This is dryden village in upstate. New york near ithaca. The first settler arrived here in seventeen ninety seven and it was eventually named after english poet. John dryden the small country village. They founded was quirky. Six mile creek was actually twenty miles long but the people who lived there were proud of their heritage. After the revolutionary war. The town became part of the military tract program. It was a government scheme that gifted each new york soldier hundreds of acres of land a type of payment for participating in the war the war of eighteen twelve drafted even more soldiers so more veterans came and some of its most notable early villagers were the scots. They were respected family. That was really well known for their contributions to the village but they were also known for the string of horrific murders in their family. Red light you can imagine this now lost snow on bravo. I'm a journalism professor at the university of texas and austin and now i've never really driven in the snow. It took me about an hour just to drive thirteen miles. From ithaca craig scott and i drive the back roads of dryden winding pass churches and fields to brookefield farm. This has been in his family for almost two hundred years. Another scutt kathy. Chadwick lives here with her son and her dog. Hannah ohana i wander around for awhile outside. Craig is a retired local businessman and politician who has lived off of scutt road for decades. The local cemeteries are filled with his ancestors. The scutt name rings royalty in dryden at least to me. He and cathy have hundreds of relatives in the county but they've never actually met most of them. What is it like to come from such a large family. I have two cousins vast family. We always run into people that we didn't know we were were part of a tree somewhere. I at least. I find that i went to the picnic a couple of years ago. And oh my word. Where did all this cuts come from. So it was a little surprising to me that the family was so extensive. The scots arrived in america. In the early sixteen hundreds from amsterdam they owned lumber mills clothing mills and thousands of acres of farmland. They felt blessed to be a part of such a close community. Gerald smith is a historian and nearby broome county and an expert on small town life in the eighteen hundreds. Everybody knows everybody else. Everybody would go over and help the neighboring farmer or two or three farms down. If there was a problem the barn burned down. There's a barn. Raising the family's patriarch in eighteen. Forty two was john scott. He was a fifty five year old decorated veteran in the war of eighteen twelve. John own this house which looks really small from the outside. But it's two stories with four bedrooms and a large basement a pretty impressive eighteen forties house that has stayed in the scott family for generations. A well with original slate stone sits just feet from the house. A murder of crows lives in a massive willow tree nearby. I can remember as a child coming out here to visit. It's not a bad thing to hang on a little bit to the past john. Scott was cathy chadwick's great great. Great grandfather he became a well known schoolteacher in dryden a leader in the village he was highly intellectual and very hard working and a little strict told me about the family. Valley's well perseverance stubborn. It's right up there on top of the list. My grandfather used to say man's only as good as his word could give somebody your word. Make sure you keep it. He always was stressing that yeah and that was something that i did as well and commitment to each other. Henry scott was john and hannah's second eldest child henry was trusting. His mother and father had raised their five girls and seven boys to always welcome the wandering men who stumbled onto their farm.
Beachgoer Killed By Shark Along Popular Western Australia Beach
"To the deadly shark attack overseas of fifty five year old man bitten wall swimming at a popular tourist beach in western australia. Other beachgoers pulling him from the water but he died at the scene. It is the eighth deadly shark attack in australia this year. The highest since one thousand nine hundred eighty nine
Kamala Harris Makes History as First Woman and Woman of Color as Vice President
"Kamala harris makes history many times over. She's the first ever woman vice president. She'll also be the first african-american for south asian. I indian tamil american. The first caribbean american to hold the office harris is the daughter of immigrants indian mother and jamaican father. The junior senator from california previously served as california's attorney general and before that. A san francisco's district attorney in her victory speech saturday night harris pay tribute to black women and the generations of women who fought for equal rights. Women who fought and sacrificed to so much for equality and liberty and justice for all including the black women who are often too often overlooked but so often proved they are the backbone of our democracy all the women who have worked to secure and protect the right to vote for over a century one hundred years ago with the nineteenth amendment fifty five years ago with the voting rights act and now in twenty twenty with a new generation of women in our country who cast their ballots and continued the fight for their fundamental right to vote and be heard.
Beware of High Rooted Trees
"I know one of the main questions that you get Anytime someone's going to plant a tree is so they ask you about the roots. And am i going to have problems with the route. So what about the gingko the gingko not so much so mark and i it's a generalization. That is risky. But trees roots can grow only where they can get sufficient air or oxygen now Many trees don't usually have high routes and give long of trouble if it's a real nasty clay soil that doesn't allow for much aeration down below those roots can be relatively shallow and caused the more to bump and so on the the other thing then in terms of routes is I like to think. In terms of routes that will normally grow deep enough to keep the tree up especially since reaching out over my house and therefore when when we're thinking trees i like to think pretty well decent soil but that's not always available and then plants that will be durable such as the gingko Then even though high rooted silver maple some of the red maples and so on Can grow in shallow soil the oaks however and and to a certain extent. Kinko's the routes apparently are not apparently but are more able to get air a little deeper in the ground and they will usually come down flare out that trump will come down pretty much straight and then the roots flare out into the lawn. And right now i have a forty five year old. Probably a fifty five year old tree in my front yard. That is open that is It has a mulch around but there are no roots. Giving me any trouble in this length of time beyond about three feet out from the trunk so All kinds of possibilities. Honey locust is another one. I have soiled. That is decent. Enough roots can be deep. I've heard other people complain significantly about honey. Locust routes being hi. It's all a matter of the tree per se but then also the circumstances on whether they can read or not and that if i may takes me over to some of the tallest biggest most memories you've ever seen routes aren't more than about three feet even ground they they There are some that are definitely deeper than that. But by and large at surface not so much rooting right as a young tree then at about six inches down roots start to develop quite quite happily and then some can go on down to three feet. I'm stop it's six inches. I've seen trees blow over the big trees that have no route beyond six or eight inches deep in the ground because of wet soil or just simply can't breathe so all those things fit into the fact that there's no one thing about any of them.
Crime Boss, James Whitey Bulger
"In the kitchen of seven ninety, nine east. Third Street in Boston Fifty Five Year Old Boston crime boss Whitey Bolger said across from John mcintire he felt nothing but hatred. He knew that McIntyre agreed to talk to the DA and there was nothing that Whitey loathed more than a rat. A cool breeze rattled the window on that day in November nineteen eighty-four McIntyre was handcuffed and chained to a chair. Whitey set his MAC ten machine pistol on the table and told him that they needed to talk. Knew, he was doomed. There was a reason why Whitey had become the kingpin of South Boston. Lording over the neighborhoods loansharking bookmaking truck hijacking and extortion rackets, and it wasn't by showing mercy. He knew that even if he was somehow able to talk his way out of the situation that was nowhere to run. By the end of his career Whitey sanctioned hits as far away as Oklahoma McIntyre. Himself had even been involved in weapons smuggling scheme into Ireland full Whitey. No less. His boss was an international criminal. The great irony of course was Whitey got away with all of his criminal enterprises because he himself was an FBI informant. Whitey had grown up in the projects with an FBI agent named John Connolly. To him. Whitey was more than just a valuable pawn in their war against the Italian mafia, and for Bolger, Connolly became his `get-out-of-jail-free card and it was connelly who gave him the tip that one of his guys McIntyre was talking of course only those in White T.'s inner circle new of his deal between Bolger and connolly besides who would suspect Whitey of talking he was the gentleman gangster who bought Turkeys for poor South Boston families on Thanksgiving, the man who was a fitness. Nut He didn't drink or smoke the same Whitey who for all of his wealth and power still drove a Chevy Malibu and lived with his mother nearly until her death in nineteen eighty. Whitey, was a Southie boy through and through no, one would accuse him of talking to the feds so why he ran southie and that meant he had all the tools in his pocket, the power of the FBI and the power to do whatever needed to be done to anyone who crossed him. In. The kitchen John mcintire shook his head apologizing over and over again he told his boss. I'm sorry. I was week white. He wasn't interested in the apologies he needed information. He turned the conversation to ask him questions about what McIntyre told the FBI. NDA and then oddly his questions shifted back towards business McIntyre was entrenched in Boston's drug trade Whitey. He had been forcing South Boston's drug dealers to pay him rent for working his streets and he wanted to make sure he was still getting his haircut McIntyre spilled everything both what he said to the feds and about the drug industry he held back nothing by the time McIntyre was done talking Whitey was satisfied. He calmed McIntyre down in assured him that they were just going to send him away. Once the heat died down, he could return to Boston somehow whites he managed to convince McIntyre to come down to the basement with him. and. Once they were downstairs white he tried to strangle McIntyre with the rope. But the rope was too thick. All it did was make McIntyre. throw-up frustrated Whitey grabbed a gun and shot him with that bullet. Whitey used his position as an informant for the FBI to kill another enforcement and the FBI had helped him do it. People like John McIntyre. What collateral damage the cost of doing business ultimately McIntyre's death meant nothing to Whitey. In fact, he went upstairs and took a nap a ritual he kept after every kill. Meanwhile, two of his henchmen buried the body
Pandemic dominates VP debate between Harris and Pence
"As the corona virus sweeps through the upper reaches of government Republican Vice President Mike Pence, and Democratic challenger Kamala. Harris, faced off on Wednesday night in a debate highlighting the party's sharply conflicting visions for a nation in crisis. The candidates separated by plexiglass barriers in an auditorium where any guest who refused to wear a face mask would be removed was an extraordinary backdrop for the only vice presidential debate of. Twenty twenty. Ultimately the primetime meeting is a chance for voters to decide whether pence or harass a US senator from California is ready to assume the duties of the presidency. Before the end of next time, it comes at a precarious moment for the Republicans in particular with growing concern, trump's position is weakening as two dozen senior officials across the White House the Pentagon and inside his campaign are infected with the virus or in quarantine. Trailing in the polls, trump and pence have no time to lose. Election Day is less than four weeks away and millions of Americans are already costing ballots. For Harris, said a word she made history by becoming the first black woman to stand on the vice presidential debate stage. The nights offered her. A prime opportunity to energize would be voters who have shown only modest excitement about Biden lifelong public servant with a mixed record on race and criminal justice particularly in his early years in the Senate. Harris a fifty, five year. Old Californian senator is the daughter of a Jamaican father and an Indian mother. She's also a former prosecutor who's pointed questioning of trump's appointees in court nominees helped make her a democratic star. Pence. Is a sixty one year old former Indiana governor and former radio host an evangelical pro-life Christian known for his Folksy Charm and unwavering loyalty to trump. Whilst he's trump's biggest public defender, the vice president does not share the president's Brash tone or undisciplined style. Kamala Harris attacked Mike Pence for the trump administration's handling of the corona virus. The American people have witnessed. What is the greatest? Failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country Harris said, as the debate began on Foreign Policy Harris said trump had embraced dictators around the world and signed it with Russia over American Intelligence America's intelligence community told US Russia interfered in the election in two thousand sixteen she said, Donald Trump prefers to take the word of Vladimir Putin over the word of the US intelligence community. Mike Pence repeated Donald Trump's talking points and double down on the misinformation that has dogged the White House. In recent years misinformation that could cost the Republicans the election.
Ray Brescia, Albany Law School: Social Distance and Social Change
"One Sunday night fifty five years ago tens of millions of Americans gathered to watch television broadcast of judgment at Nuremberg dramatic depiction of the post World War Two trials of German judges for their behavior during the Holocaust. With star studded cast it promised ratings gold. Once underway news alerts interrupted the broadcast that showed civil rights activists including the late John Lewis being beaten on the Edmund Pettus. Bridge. Since judgment at Nuremberg addressed the culpability of ordinary Germans for Nazi atrocities. The juxtaposition of the images was striking and helped galvanize public support for what would become the voting. Rights Act. But the leaders of the civil rights movement were not the first to utilize the most modern means of communication available to them to bring about social. Change. Since the dawning of the American experiment, social movements have long captivated our attention to advances in communications technology. The sons of liberty utilize the printing press, the women's movement of the Mid Nineteenth Century the telegraph. But the technology itself has not brought about change no in addition to utilizing advances and communications technologies these and other successful social movements have also operated through grassroots networks built on face to face encounters and embraced positive unifying messages that stress shared interests over difference. Today we facing unprecedented public health crisis that keeps us out of physical distance must also confront dramatic racial and economic inequalities. As, advocates have done in the past though we can leverage technology to create community across distance to see that we are deeply connected and must work together to bring about lasting change that was very brush of Albany, law? School.
We've Been Dating for 17 Years - Should We Get Married?
"Julie is going to be next in Chicago. Hi. Julie. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hi. Thank you so much for taking my call. It's an honor to speak with you both new to how can we help? Well my boyfriend, and I were friends for about twenty years and became a couple about seventeen years ago we were both divorced at the time He has three kids I have two kids they all five of them are beautiful. Amazing kids all wonderful adults now. the thing is, is that. I'm we've always raised our kids in separate households. So we've never lived together we've not combined anything together. And I'm going to be fifty five this year he's going to be fifty three. So I'm wondering at this point now that the kids are adults. Should we get married at this point because I you know I've been told that there's a marriage penalty His income is higher than mine significantly higher than mine mine saul because of covid unfortunately. But if we combine households than I'll lose how have household and then I'll be added in and then be at a higher tax rate. So I was just wondering what you thought about that. You won't be significantly higher tax rate, there May BE LOUISVILLE BUMP married filing jointly but very little and here's the thing. To me, that is a minor issue. If you're fifty five years old. You love this guy in your spend the rest of your life with him get married. You Begin to America you so bad. Seventeen years. Yeah. Painter ladder. So. I'd just you know we we both want to. We were just like I said kind of concern. We've heard somebody naysayers about you know combining income. There's a lot of authors. Out there that have little small lives. You're not one of them have a big life. Give them married. Wonderful. Julie you're you're halfway done halfway down the aisle. Will you're all the way y'all done down the aisle? You're seventeen years together but I'm saying you're halfway done with your life. You're GONNA live to be one hundred, ten, Jewish. I. Can tell by the joy in your voice on on the phone. And Driving, the car you have test drove in this car for the better part of two decades I think. Get married and listen you your. Here's the thing there's. There is some actual statistical data that in the in the tax law that may or may not cause you to pay slightly higher taxes. There's a lot of other data that says that people who are married half a higher tendency to prosper than singles. In their careers and their wealth building, the combined household is much more powerful mathematically. and so anything that you lose in a little bit taxes you're going to gain back probably ten x by the quality of your life going up, and as a result, a lot of your health issues go down your married people live longer they do make more money on average There's tons of data that shows they call it the marriage lift in the financial world that married Pete married people just have A. Higher tendency to prosper it's not so you can't do it single, but there's whatever you whatever downside there is in the tax law you know it's going to be a lot of upside on the other and combining households and combining your finances is an exciting adventure. It's called living life. That's right. We and she she's got the back half. The kids are gone. She just gets to create this I mean you walking in? In an empty net. The best part go. Yeah. This is great. Yeah. GET MARRIED TAMARA. Love at go catch up, go catch your pastor and. Say I need to go to coffee and bring your little book as we're getting married.
Biden selects California Sen. Kamala Harris as running mate
"Joe Biden has made history and picking his running mate California senator Kamilla Harris is now the first black woman on a major party presidential ticket Biden calls are a fearless fighter for the little guy Harris mounted her own nomination big band after dropping out endorsed by we need a leader who really does care about the people St Anselm college political analyst Chris Gayle Dearie says choosing the fifty five year old Harris who is also in the American makes sense for the seventy seven year old bite argument that the future of the party lies with the younger more diverse generation Biden and Heris will appear together tomorrow in Delaware Sager mag ani Washington
Atlanta - Barack Obama: Honor John Lewis by Renewing Voting Rights Act & Ballot Access in the U.S.
"Hundreds of mourners gathered at the Ebony Baptist Church in Atlanta to bid farewell to Congressman John Lewis. Three President's spoke at the funeral of the late civil rights icon three presidents were talking pro Bush three real president. Yes President Clinton. President Obama delivered. Yes, he spoke about bloody Sunday when Congressman Lewis and other protesters were beaten by police and Selma fifty five years ago. President Obama also spoke about her suppression take a listen we may no longer have to. Guess the number Jelly beans in the jar in order to cast a ballot. But even as we sit here. There are those power who are doing their darndest. To discourage people from voting. By closing polling locations and targeting minorities and students with restricted by laws and attacking our voting rights with surgical precision, even undermining the postal service in the run-up. That's going to be dependent on mail in ballots so people don't get sick. That's the president that MSN. President. Jimmy Carter also sent his condolences and approximation. So it was just a beautiful service everything President Obama also reminded Americans to be. vigilant against the darker currents of this country's history. Beginning. June oil. Jennifer Holliday Holliday. I.
Judge: Bolton can publish book despite efforts to block it
"Know that Bolton's book is set to come out this week he blasted president trump in an ABC news interview that aired on Sunday describing the man that he served as national security adviser for seventeen months as damaging to the country and hoping he's a one term president so what judge did the climb to block the publication of the tell all book but apparently the legal fight is not over just yet his more from fox's colonel Scott U. S. Attorney General bill Barr said exclusively on fox news Sunday morning futures there is currently collection the forcible tend to address classified details bar says still contained in the book titled the room where it happens we are bringing a civil action to enforce his agreement that he would do that before publishing the remedy if he doesn't complete it is that he forfeits any money from the government the Bolton book is officially set to be released this week after a judge ruled he would not stop that book's publication good all Scott fox news was reported last week that president trump's niece merry trump is running as a tell all book about him and their family called too much is never enough how my family created the world's most dangerous man with its scheduled release to come out on July the twenty eighth from Simon and Schuster but trump told Axios over the weekend that is fifty five year old niece is quote not allowed to do so because she signed a nondisclosure agreement trump said his niece sign that in D. A. after two thousand one settlement over the estate of our grandfather who was Donald trump's dad Fred trump's senior which bars her from publishing anything about the litigation or her relationship with trump and his siblings maryann and Robert merry trump is the daughter of trump's late brother Fred trump junior the daily beast last week cited people with knowledge of the book saying that would be filled with quote harrowing stories about the president but this one looks like it's going to be it's going to be blocked
The History And Legacy Of Tulsa Race Massacre
"Live from NPR news in Culver city California I'm doing police I. cal tell there are mass demonstrations across the country at this hour to commemorate this day one hundred fifty five years ago one word that slavery had ended finally reached African American slaves in Texas two years after the Emancipation Proclamation representative Karen bass a Democrat from California says Juneteenth should be a national holiday because too many Americans know too little about the country's history they have no idea of the brutality of slavery they have no idea what happened after slavery in the fact that people really weren't free they were incarcerated in Slade over and over again and so Juneteenth a national holiday would be a time for us to come to grips with our history to learn more about it bass who is also chair of the congressional black caucuses Juneteenth helps Americans understand the oppression that has
Juneteenth: People are hungry for change
"We observe June team alongside millions of other Americans. It's a one hundred fifty five year old holiday commemorating the day enslaved African Americans learned of their freedom on this day June nineteenth in eighteen sixty five major. General Gordon Granger of the Union army arrived in Galveston Texas and informed the enslaved black population that the civil war had ended, and slavery had been abolished eighteen, sixty five. That's over two years after president. Lincoln's emancipation proclamation took effect. Texas on the other confederate states ignored the proclamation, and in doing so submitted enslaved African Americans to thirty extra months of uncompensated labor and inhumane treatment this. This day the day honoring the reinstatement of freedom that should have never been taken away the day that freedom was lawful, and yet still withheld represents many Americans, the difference between the ideals of the American dream and the reality for black people in this country, the June team holiday has largely been observed by the US black population wall, and efforts to make June Tiv a national holiday have fallen short in Congress as twenty twenty, though forty seven states and the District of Columbia have all passed legislation recognizing June Tepe as either a state holiday or a day of observance this year. Corporate America is also making president. Several large companies are honoring the day as a paid holiday for employees, Google. Uber General Motors Ford J. P. Morgan Nike and others are observing team today CNBC reporter Gene Wells reported today from once center of Commerce. That's also marking this special day. All the dockworkers at all twenty nine West Coast ports, including here at the largest largest port complex in the country are taking an eight hour work stoppage today for June teeth and up at the port of Oakland, where the local is seventy five percent black. They are going to have a a march and a caravan as local President Trent. Willis says there is systemic racism at times still even within the Union we've had incidents of hanging nooses. That we sense addressed. And just just here and there we've had some some evidence of systemic racism. Showing its ugly head. Here, where we work every day, Corporate America is all in on this saying that June teeth will be paid permanent holiday including target, which will pay working employees, today, time and a half. Other companies are still open, but canceling meetings like Amazon, which will offer workers, a variety of opportunities online to reflect on the day and GM where in many plants the work will continue, they will stop for eight minutes and forty six seconds in recognition of the death of George. Floyd one note about the ports guys in this union dockworkers are allowed one work stoppage a month. They are all happening to take it together today
"fifty five years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A woman who's fifty five years old she's postmenopausal said six pregnancies to babies he came with a domestic partner has a history of family history of breast cancer and she has a tumor growing in her brain has a meningioma which is usually a benign tumor site always meningiomas named after the meninges which of the coverings of the brain and she's had this tumor she's had difficulty walking she's been using a Walker for two years she's gained fifty pounds his asthma and COPD and you're diagnosed with this meningiomas three years ago was never treated she was seen by a neurosurgeon the neural sergeant told her that they could cut it out but you probably die on the table and she's had scans done she's fallen down she's lost consciousness she never had seizures she's gained fifty pounds went from a hundred and forty two hundred ninety she's five foot one and she has this tumor Joe says COPD each had a CT scan of the chest showing COPD answers referred again to neurosurgery but the Surgeon General on operate because the thought that she was going to die on the table and she didn't want someone opening up or add so she has a massive had that's three and a half centimeters and then a group of four and a half centimeters within a year so it's a growing active meningioma she came to me I examined her she's having trouble walking without us Walker support he has this tumor and we talk to about all the options we always do that all the options in oral surgeon only talked about surgery we talked about all the options you can have surgeon cut it out but she was told to pry die die on the table and she doesn't want someone's hands and had to do nothing in the tumors growing it's grown over these three years it's growing precipitously or she could have our treatment radiosurgery were first to New York with brain radiosurgery first to New York with fractured brain radiosurgery what is brain resurgence not surgery brain radio surgeries not surgery it's invisible beams invisible beams from thousands of angles to attack the tumor and this is the work that we do every day so how do we do it well we make a little mold around the head it's all painless it's not claustrophobic there's no cutting no bleeding no pain no discomfort lay down on the table we find a tumor in the head and then we send in thousands of beams to attack the tumor and it could be a benign tumor like most meningiomas are not every meningiomas benign however some are aggressive or malignant like a cancer better success rates very high it's ninety seven percent that's why we treat so many patients with brain tumors we have the longest experience in New York first in New York with brain radiosurgery pinpoint treatment what kind of tumors do we treat well we treat meningiomas like this lady has which other benign tumors like pituitary tumors and acoustic neuromas pituitary tumors or tumors of the pituitary gland which often interfere with one's life sexual life and model life retreating several men now with but to a Terry tumors have been the cause of their loss of libido loss of sexual feelings and loss of erections because of a to a Terry gland is the master gland we treat many acoustic neuromas we have the largest experience of the world's leading acoustic.
"fifty five years" Discussed on WJR 760
"Be at least fifty five years of age or twenty years of credited service or be sixty five or older with more than one year of credited service gene Fogarty J. R. news a Retford woman was sentenced to two and a half years of probation after she stole money from an elderly man's account while working as a bank teller fifty two year old Stephanie Buford worked at Michigan first credit union since two thousand five she was fired after she admitted to taking money from a ninety two year old man's account there was draws total twenty four thousand dollars the man was hospitalized at the time a fire damaged a building being renovated into a jazz club on Detroit's west side it happened Friday night officials that no one was inside the building and no one was injured in the blaze on seven mile road near greenfield world it is unknown what caused that fire it remains under investigation our highway officials who are trying to fix the roads looking at the wrong ones W. Jerry's Decatur reports as state legislator wants to change the approach on road repairs and checking WGR sports in college basketball Michigan is playing at Purdue this afternoon Michigan state is off until Tuesday when it will host Iowa and in exhibition baseball in Lakeland the Tigers play Philadelphia taking traffic and weather watch out for a crash that is blocking the right local lane on ninety six east bound at the Southfield freeway construction wise you have a couple of slowdowns that we're seeing right now eastbound ninety four between seventy five and mount Elliott beleskey lanes are closed and that's causing some slow traffic where things stop and go traffic on westbound ninety four between mount Gilead and change as the left two lanes are closed that direction as well go ahead and expect delays I'm Chris Darden WJR traffic and weather first we'll be clear heading into this Saturday the hi this afternoon she hit forty six under a sunny sky with winds out of the southwest partly.
"fifty five years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Over fifty five years mercury insurance has been saving Californians hundreds of dollars a year on their car insurance join over two million happy savers and go to mercury insurance dot com for a free quote jurors returned a verdict of guilty for a father who got drunk fell asleep with a lit cigarette and sparked a fire that killed his two kids Henry Lopez was found guilty of two counts of involuntary manslaughter in the deaths of his seven and ten year old children the director of California's juvenile prison system is leaving due to health reasons governor Newsom announced Chuck supple is leaving the division as the state ships to a greater focus on rehabilitation it is currently partly cloudy and sixty seven at Lindbergh field and the Padres lost to the brewers five to one AM seven sixty talking breaking news ballots Armstrong and Getty. but I'm gonna wreck this chain around your head. strong and get more. while they're continuing to go wild over this this exercises. the great detail to say. my fax I double dog dare you. my point is. is expired. Jack Armstrong and zero. and now he. from studios. the dimly lit room where. the Armstrong. the general. the most profitable corporation. the Saudi oil company Aramco Aramco and they're doing. with whom is the. get in on the ground floor I just look at USA today US dependence on Saudi oil is at an all time low. which is good. back in the day this sort of an attack on Saudi oil would have a huge deal for us nine. now I think is Mitt Romney said yesterday we've been selling a military stuff forever what a big deal with their own military problem I had that same question this is a pretty good pretty good angle in life we sold you the best buying that exists more than usual. on the other.
"fifty five years" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"No, she was what was the story mex- better. She's just accused she's arrested in how the they're trying to play the dementia card, but yeah, just blunt force trauma to the head with a cane officers found the king covered in blood inside the home. Yeah. She couldn't just get to heaven cool. Yeah. The fuck it up right at the edge year away just living in a fantasy land. Right to hell. Eighty nine years. Also one day where they married for fifty five years or something it seems like maybe he's got a long fuse. Yeah. I told him one more time the toilet seat. How long were they long? Long fused. The fifty five year old. We don't have butter and the Franch thunk. Folks. What was shut out? How long was shot up back at wait a minute. I'm old. I can call. You woman woman. She had the fact that hey, thing Lopin tubing. Fuck you you get away from me swell. Beat you over the head. You asked me for one more fucking things. I say I buy you a custom Bruns Kane. Say grappling hook at the end. And this and this is how you speak every Christmas mother. We've been married for sixty one year yet, it's sixty one to going. Hey. Hey, that's where I wanna go. Hey. All your head keeping your fucking head. It's all your liver marks tactic. How so. Brittle. I'm gonna push stared at the top of the steps. Get there up there. The price is right is on. Drew carrey. Does a fantastic job. Go on the cabin replaced Barker. Push you down the wrong. It takes a big management when he's wrong. Wait a minute. I'm gonna get on that. That's their rascal. The. The. Like I want. Dr rascal to the stair lift, and then just get off it and then on. And you put me and I'm a hitch in the head. I want one of those bathtubs with tailgate on it. The world's laziest person. I got a rascal upstairs rascal downstairs and inbetween got the funicular funicular. That's right. And I'm done with it. Yeah. Tub with a door. Now this time, I know it was cool aesthetically, but the western doors on the bus. Yeah. We need a solid door or door. You're getting on my nerves your you fucking. Hey, I knew you wanted to enter that tub and yell. There's a new sheriff in town dub, but it never held water navarine dead. No it needs to door Kagwa. Now you understand. Why killing you don't kill it? The cane I got you a thank by the way. Thank you for this cane. I'm seeing a younger woman. Thank you. She's eighty six talking. They're young pussy. Oh, is it that that? Bam heels on wheels. Yeah. There's something going on here. No, nothing drought. Always bleeds at the top. Just put the food down and get out of here. Please close the door. Okay. Well, I should call them with authorities. Very clearly evidence. Do. Shot nineteen forty one. So I'm good. Okay. Well, we face. Kid. Cooked meals on wheels hero. Yes, we need you anymore. Now, we have grub up. I could fuck Pizza Hut. Brought here for four dollars. I got the MP you're bringing up some fucking shit. Somebody dropped food. Ben. I'm side of Toby Keith concert. Yeah, talk you. Thank you, get the free fucking. Can. Yeah. No one wants that. Yeah. Drop off. Grub hub question. I and panic spreads decisions chicken question. Baby. Can you continue? Join me with a younger woman mother back. Oh, she just died. I just read the obits. She died her. She died. Stare. Rascal accident came off the rail get that Sarah ask. Yeah. Came up baby. She came. She rolled them. He's Raith reflects stairs came off the rails. And she's dead. She's dead. Now, I told you don't. So that means I can still have sex. It's still warm and seeing it still thank you. Powerful. That's where they married max better. Yeah. They were married. There's nowhere stating how long they're may for Brian was a neighbor is the one who discovered them someone just found her with a bloodied. The husband on the ground and she's standing over on the porch. And then when police went inside they found the broken Kane on the sofa, bloody nightgown draped across the arm here. Joshua image..
"fifty five years" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"I'm a little jealous that I don't get any Corolla merch. I got podcast one merch. But you're wearing a Corolla. What is it a racing at cap? Yeah. Just made this thing, and I really had it on. Take it take is in subsequent podcasts where you can fight. It's really good look at it beats Maga hat because it's got it's red white and blue. But it's got a lot more design elements to it. I will speak in a Maga lots going on is there, can you believe a week? It's been I sit around, and I think of you constantly now, I have a couple thoughts. And then I'll tease it. But people listen as yes, no, the story had a harrowing situation just feet from your home room. Maybe maybe two hundred feet from your home on your street walking my dog at night sheriff shotgun pump and charging at me. Really? I will tease that about that. This happened about a week ago. So I was watching the news you hear about all these stories. Just gonna talk about a sheriff with a shotgun pumping pump action. And that's it. And then we move into some I'll get through it. Right. I was on your street. Okay. I was walking up to Berkshire street. So you just pass the house up the hill. I was heading up the hill where the vacant lot is. Okay. Got it. I was with our neighborhood. I was taking my dog Phil for walk about eight thirty in the evening. Very dark. Very quiet standing by this vacant lot. I was wearing unfortunately, like a black bean black coat and black black Phil black fell who consumes the night and fill is very interested in what's going on in that vacant lot. Evidently, everything's going on in that a lot lot. So people understand the vacant lot which has been vacant for at least fifty five years because I have a memory of it fifty five years ago in in. Yeah. As I would drive by it and it backs up to the horse trail. Yeah. So there's all kinds of wildlife that kind of fills knows fiesta sent right? He loves everything about that vacant lot. So he's sniffing as pulling he's tug in. And we're just standing there Ryan on the corner on the vacant lot. And I'm standing there and I'm dressed like Johnny like I'm going to Johnny cash's funeral how much black on. And it's it's pretty moonlit and pretty dark and a sheriff's car comes flying up toward me on Berkshire on Berkshire. And it's heading I guess it's heading east if the direction. Yeah. So it's coming from Beulah. It's it's coming from. I don't I don't know all the street names coming at me and. The light on rattling traveling toward the high school. Okay. And it's aunt me. And not only does it have no spotlight on. He shuts his headlights any comes sliding in and stops fifteen eighteen feet in front of me facing the wrong way on Berkshire. Wow. And he's facing me now. And I'm just standing there with fail dressed in black. And I've got my flashlight. So I've seen you with the flashlight. Mealy put it down to the ground because I don't want this guy just to see my flashlight, and that's what's behind it. I know we can't see much of me or much Phil. I saw here's the police report. I can see the police we approached he was wearing black. I saw a shiny object which looked like a nine millimeter gun. That's exactly right. So face it toward the ground. And I stand there Phil no idea what's going on. This guy jumps out of his car. Grabs a shotgun from his rack pumps it right in front of me puts his puts it down chest level to me. Now less you think I'm exaggerating. I'm talking on. I got an earbud in and I'm talking to Matt the Andrea about cars, and he says that a shotgun. Just pump. How close he is. Now silent. There's no traffic. There's no noise. There's no end by God at that time at night in in locking yada..
"fifty five years" Discussed on KTRH
"Program hard to believe fifty five years fifty five years on Thursday. Why my gosh, if you around then he I'm sure you remember exactly where you were remember last year ahead a chance to bring in my English teacher, Nancy Leonard who was the one who came into our English class to tell us about the assassination, and she was crying when she came in. And we're kids and the significance of that that didn't hit until I went home and some parents crying. Tough time. I've never been the same sense at all. Couple little notes here for you. Those of you who would love to become coast insiders, you can simply go to our website coast to coast, AM dot com and sign up. It's about fifteen cents a day. So go ahead and do that. And all of you. I would love to invite the entire planet to go to Everett Washington on March twenty third, but if you can't get there at least those of you in the area come on by for our live stage show at the historic Everett theater. Couple of ways you can get your tickets, and we'll be doing the meet and greet after the event to so. And we don't leave until everybody said a chance to say Hello, go to coast to coast AM dot com. Click events at the top of the homepage or in the revolving carousel in the highlight reel, you'll get a link to take you straight to the Everett theater website. So you can order your tickets that way. If you don't have a computer, there's a phone number for you. Here you go write it down keep it. Probably nobody there tomorrow because it's thanksgiving four to five to five eight six seven six six four to five to five eight six seven six six March twenty third our live event.
"fifty five years" Discussed on Otters Talking Politics
"It's not like there's a statute that says will there is for three strikes three-strikes go to jail forever for some of the other things. It's not like there's a statute that says, oh, we'll if you stacks these three in this way that it's ripe extra years. It's something to go. She ate it after conviction. Right. So there's literally no there's no there's no open promulgation of the law in that. You don't know what your punishment might be? And it's so. Varied. And so you hear about people getting two years, you're about people going to jail for fifty five years, and that I think arguably violates due process rights because you have no conception. You have no foresight. If no conception as to what might happen to you. And so yeah, you're not properly informed at the citizen. And that's because by the way, they did that on purpose. Those laws are written like that. For a reason they're written to stack their written to screw you. When you didn't expect it coming. They're not. They're not supposed to be the most up front on us laws. They're kind of supposed to like shock you when it's too late. And really screw you over the were afterthoughts for someone who really wanted to put someone in jail. Yeah. So badly, and so this Bill would be a good move good. I up towards criminal Justice reform. So make sure to tell your Senator to support this Bill when it comes up for proposition and then. And also promote it when Donald Trump sees it on his table. But this is the other kickers that this is only for federal prisons. This is only for people who are in jail because of a federal federal crime, not because of a state crime meeting that a lot of the states a lot of your states will still have this issue, and it needs to be addressed. So make sure to go and check with your local innocence project, your local criminal reforms to see what exactly is the biggest issue in your neck of the woods. So we're going to cut a little bit short. Thank you guys. Again for listening. Be sure to subscribe, leave us review. It really does. Help follow on Twitter at political offers took on her website others talking about to stop calling for all other content and our blog posts, if you like others talking politics, and you want to support us monetarily be sure to go. Check out our store page on our website. You could buy all kinds of talking politics merch and all that money goes towards the production of the show. You guys again for listening. We'll see you guys next week. My.
"fifty five years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"What about a fifty five year old woman? She was born in Ukraine. She's marriage has two children. She came with a mass in the nipple areola area of the breast. So the upper outer portion of the right breast size is about three centimeters a little bit more than inches been present and growing for five years shed, a mammogram and a biopsy the biopsy showed labile carcinoma. And she went to surgeons at the big hospital. They told her she had to lose the breast. Another story about that that she had to lose the breast. This is a woman who had the biopsy. I examined her. There's is three by three centimeter mass by the nipple area around the nipples called the Ariola, which is an educational point Ariola, a R E O L A, and that's where she has this mass and she wants to save the breast. That's why she came here to thirteen eighty four Broadway. And that's our intent is to treat her but to save the breast so she doesn't have to have an necessary loss of the breast. She does not want to have mastectomy, and she's smart she came here. Now, we're talking about a man who's ninety years old from Romania, and he came with a prostitute became with his wife. He has two children a year and seven times a night. He's his weight is two hundred twenty pounds since stabilized six feet. He's an ex smoker. And I examined him as trust. It's in. The large she wakes up seven times a night, and what we checked him out. And we found that his PSA was high prostate was a large and we're offering a treatment for that. And even the possibility to discover whether he has prostate cancer every man is titled to that. And he came here to check out his prostate symptoms. And we'll talk about a man who is sixty five years old as a man who has a basal cell cancer and the high left cheek lower eyelid. He had this big surgery and was called moz M O H S most surgery on his eyelid and the surgery was for about a three centimeter tumor so amassing as eyelid that he let grow for years and years, and he knows that he should have got treated earlier. And it's another teaching point that if you have a mass it's better to find out early and get treatment earlier. He had surgery went to one of the big surgeons in New York. Did most surgery most is like a salami slicing surgery and the eyelid and now is island is distorted from that surgery. And yet the doctor is not confident that he removed all the cancer this basal cell cancer on the left lower eyelid by the I and it was growing causing deformity. There was a big hole after the surgery was done. And then the graph was placed. So there is a distortion there. I spoke to the surgeon and the surgeon wants him to have radiation after the surgery, and that's what we're doing. This fan is lost weight. He's gone from three hundred and five pounds to two hundred eighty pounds. He never smoked. So we are treating this basal so cancer of the left lower eyelid where the surgery was not able to remove it all and it's other teaching point that surgery is a mechanical removal of tissues, and when the surgeon removed part of his eyelid while there's not more island to go around. And so they try to stretch. Wes left behind but there was a whole about three centimeters. And that whole is a distortion. So one reason many people come here for treatment of skin cancer is with us. There is no hol-. There's no cutting. There's no bleeding. Our work is noninvasive with invisible beams that attack the cancer from thousands of angles and people just don't want cutting many people want to distortion many people want to body intact. And that's many of the reasons that people prefer to come here for skin cancer treatment. And so we're treating the skin cancer, although eyelid right next to the eye and the tier dock and the eyelid. And this is the work that we do we have experienced during thousands of skin cancer patients from all over the world with skin cancers, literally from the top of the head to the toes and everywhere in between wherever you can see skin. I can tell.
"fifty five years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"This come on. Down. Join us we'll be here, all afternoon little putt. Putt, ten dollars. To play, golf a lot of, fun. Yeah and, if you get lost give. Them a call oh too far. Five one seven three, five seven yes all right. So thank you so much kickoffs, coming up in November song Oh Chili cook? Off. Yes you know? What one of these? Days I'm gonna find out who I gotta pay off and win that get luck with that because Jeff j. b. Judges how they should be monitored more now maybe I can do a little influence I mean influence peddling. Is not a part of the program You have. To talk to the. Chef okay we're talking. About the chef let's bring him. On thank, you so much says you have a good day All right Ship. J b Good afternoon gentlemen how are we good A little putt putt here? How does, it, feel to be retired Wow I can only slow up a little. Bit Or you took a little. Vacation yes I spent a month in Europe But then but then wait list we've, spent how many how long trying to retrain you when you? Got. Back it's been about five weeks How's the retraining going very good hi I'm gonna play a little putt. Putt golf, in about twenty. Years, so it should be interesting but. Tell us about the rubs on the sauces that you're you've put out I mean that's. Good stuff yes I have, chef JB's badlands barbecue this year, is trademarked my name and I've. Been doing barbecue for, about fifty five years and now I'm aging myself but. Guys were getting older and Perfected a really great product I used on a catering, company here in Las Vegas premiere catering company barbecued for almost thirty years here in Las Vegas and use my, customer base as not guinea-pigs but just to get a good balance and a good formula for my spices and sauces, and were award winning now and I have. Them available on our website chef j. b. dot com and It's just a really good? Time. And you know. Like you said you guys kind of found me five, years ago and and no we didn't find you we captured you well you captured be five years ago you, came in and Suzy batted her eyes and you're done yes you were cooked hey always a Pretty Woman right well, I'll tell you what what talk about pretty. Women you sure got one. Lady That she is I have, met her she's been. Down there to. Some, of our events and I'll tell. You what we have to get more involved chef j. b.. You, can't just you, know, you gotta work ten, twelve. Hours, a day again don't you think well that'd be really? Great. This year we've I've, reformulated All my labels and, my packaging we were in glass. Barbecue sauce we had to go. To plastic a lot of stores now are are. Demanding plastic and, of course when you're putting hot barbecue sauce and a, plastic bottle it's gotta be tampered bottle and and they're kind of hard to find. Sometimes so and now that we've found all of that and got, the dimensions got the knee labels made finally got those in, this week we're bringing the bottles in and we'll be up and running September fifteenth for Everything available on our website And really start start going and the really great thing about this tall of our listeners is if you purchased product part of that purchase price will go to the v. TRC because. We like to get back it's important. To have a servant's heart a lot of you know me a lot of the listeners have heard me over the last five years talking and and,.
"fifty five years" Discussed on WJR 760
"Approximately fifty. Five years in the making that's how long that's how long. Breast augmentation approximately has been on the market okay and we are now on generation number five These implants previous silicone implants it used to be liquid gel let's, say you had a leak they would evacuate the implant and they are surrounded by a capsule within the breast it's safe regardless but it's jealous liquid okay no implants you know if you compare the. Old standard implant and you put it, on the table the top, part of it settles down and it kind of fills the bottom of the, implants filled eighty five percents and upper poll when you're standing up kind of settles down and you, lose, volume. So if a female has breast implants she's standing sitting or sleeping, the shape of, the breast will change depending on the position of the implant the. New implant. That just recently came out March. Of two thousand. Seventeen in the US inspire awe. Cohesive Joe what's, so special about this gel is if you cut the implant like. A cake you take out a piece of. Cake and it retains its shape it's volume it's about ninety five percent fill. It's. Cohesive gel so it does not leak out Stays in place Matter of fact I. Have another show I one of the implants a year ago almost the first week in April. Two thousand seventeen. I cut them I cut the. Implant Takata piece it's still sitting in my office and the rest of the gel that's inside the implant has not. Shifted a second what's the advantage of doing this The fact that you don't. Move if you put the. Implant in upright position the, top part of the upper poll does. Not lose volume or bottom out to the. To the bottom which means. If you're standing, sitting or sleeping the shape is. Unchanged the upper, poll fullness is kept. As is at all times on ninety five percent fill different type of Joe it doesn't leave. The implant if. It ruptures or leaks it's safer. There a little bit stiffer you don't have the rippling on the side so that's a big advantage they look firm. They will feel and look natural Overall, the main. Of big is one of the biggest vantage is the upper poll fullness retains its shape in any. Position standing sitting or sleeping and this is a big. Advantage when you compare these side by side than the office and you put them in women feel them and they look at the how. They settle out how to settle down in an upright position I've had only a one patient in the last? Twelve months not. Choose to have. These new implants because of cost so so there is an increased cost correct slightly yes slightly but. The the advantages we can we can you. Can finance these implants along with the surgery and you can pay it over installments over time so the, solution is not as much of an issue, a lot of women. Choose to go had with the almost every case I've had except one and ended up going within spiral cohesive. Gel do you see this. As something that five years, from now will be the norm as. Opposed to an option I think so I. Think so I think costs. Will definitely anything, that's new on the market is Had an extensive amount of engineering and scientific you know work that was placed. Into this to engineering design these implants to work certain way eventually the cost is going to be lower and eventually they're going to, continue working on improving his implants and see how they work overall I think they're worth the. Extra expense if you've just tuned in you're listening to plastic surgery next generation talk show radio with Dr Mazen.
"fifty five years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Go oh my god i'm not ready i'm fifty five years old and i got i don't have nearly enough and then when you really think about your 401k and you talk to an expert you'll start realizing because you're not gonna believe me you're not gonna believe anybody that there would be a a program that they would dare call a retirement program where they would take two thirds of the money you put in to save for retirement twothirds would go away nobody would believe that but it's the truth truth insane that for years give people eighty percent of the people in a four k believe there is no fees no expense every day they don't understand every day they're ripping off these 401k's these managers ripping off two hundred and fifty billion dollars later skimming off the top giving it it's a skimming operation so i think that's more important i warned everybody kan fifteen january sixteenth that i thought the stock market crash was about to begin within the next couple of weeks and it started january twenty six the market dropped eleven percent wasn't for the plunger king the president's working market printing money coming in and giving the five largest banks money.
"fifty five years" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Nobody fifty five years and we're any did it again can you explain how you're able to do what you do tonight tonight basis very very thankful go out and compete with many many times i don't take for granted going on the fourth competing for shannon how how is this before you go allow me to say i am now convinced that russell westbrook watchers because i don't know anybody who accused him of stat padding in chasing cheap stealing rebounds more than this man across from me so i believe russ was responding to shannon sharpe go ahead the floor is yours you could or could not be right you might you might not i believe you are thank i'm right skip this very impressive but i'm gonna have to put an asterisk by and i don't want to not because i understand what being a professional athlete it is about and to play the levels russell westbrook is great he's a superstar but to say that he's not patting his stats that he's not speeding rebounds would be disingenuous on my part now as i talks give they're gonna play something in the background you know i kinda like you know like doing voice over there lati work was time this what they call the boys over and so as as i'm talking that's going to be playing in the background skip now russell westbrook needed sixteen rebounds to get to average this triple double guess what he got killed he had sixteen rebounds with nine minutes to go in the third quarter cool the last two games he's had sixteen rebounds with the fourth quarter still to be played.
"fifty five years" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Wgn chicago weather center a slight chance of snow tonight and partly cloudy low around 25 mostly sunny tomorrow high near forty three and then monday president's day showers possibly a thunderstorm fifty six for the high but right now thirty two at o'hare thirty three at midway 33 in mount prospect and thirty the two along chicago's lakefront i'm bob kessler in the wgn newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn yes sir the core sure two fifty five years young it's a day michael jeff three short inherit title ix at be bird day to you he was so great he was so great and still bugs the hell out of me when someone says little bronner koby who's the greatest player yeah i want to shoot all those people in this just in the knee not necessarily in their heads to see no this all maybe the best week like than vote for apps yes i should by bad it it it's anybody shot michael jordan played knows what a spectacular player he what she made everybody on the floor better and the year after he left scottie pippen was spectacular but boy michael did it all he he'd be worked on his jump shot it became a defensive player of the year com it's a three onto ninety eight one seventy two hundred i it's rare that i would ask you for something but just on michaels fiftyfifth birthday if we can just get a couple of contributions here three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred ice would like to remember like your favorite michael moment could have been a game could have been off the court could have been a commercial a commercial it could be an early begin a.
"fifty five years" Discussed on Weekly Infusion
"On all right wendy i waited what's going on uh well i'm a lifetime a gore flicker fifty five years old i'm listening to this being aware i understand what being aware of your surroundings the comes a point when they basically just when you just want to stay home well but they are but at that point he's just stay home now you've gotta axe she says she called to give it a name that and she was right agra phobia right or a gore phobia and that's now medical problem so you can go from being our provisional hyper aware harper a concern to actually drive yourself into an executive order yes did you have a bad experience that contributed to that or accentuated gore phobia uh uh yes somebody tried to duck me on i was three in case lugo to trauma also of drama therapies yes what kind but talk therapy okay that's not trauma therapy so you need it you need to give back three well that's fine but gene of remember which this phone are go ahead ron remember what i say it happened fifty two years ago so i mean it's pretty much part of who i am now i understand the trauma therapy can be done tomorrow uh and that is sort of rewiring your brain a little bit with things are key mdr those sorts of things so the spring time which takes time eighteen months later rewiring and somebody needs to really know what they're doing with it and it's not about reliving this drama or revivify in the feelings of surgery the just about changing how your brain manages right that's what i think about it but then sympathizing with where you're at i mean guess it's rough that is similar stuff but that's not that little different than what you're talking about those steve right yeah you know jackie drool i i i i have professionals that i go to i i never go beyond my profession so something like that i i would definitely i would make a referral to uh someone in the behavior in of your plu agreed we'll see if i appreciate you was very in the book is called the superpower for women on i'm very interested in.
"fifty five years" Discussed on 1380 The Pulse
"I help you doc i'm about fifty five years old i'm in good shape pretty good yeah pretty good shape i'm a little overweight but i haven't taken about two thousand to three thousand i hope vitamin e e every day but up to the milligrams of vitamin c now i heard the wrong about vitamin e they were seven in ten years ago that they took off robin cook was like eight hundred iu of vitamin e clouds and are you a vitamin d admit that if you cooked added to your artery top it was like rano one cleaned everything out oh i got it all right so you've been doing that just on tension that you don't want to have any type of blockage in heart issues in your of concerned about that coming uh the pipeline oh yeah might might fairly pretty dark live two hundred nine but up i am i would say i i really don't have heart in the family but ivory sport i always thought it all you might be a good idea now i lost a little bit of your conversation you say went bad it could be bad for your prostate or not i don't think that it really is that things i've seen i don't really think it is bad for the prostate so i wouldn't really worry too much about that is just the dosage of that i don't know that it needs to be there hi in that's just from some the research that i've done so if your doctor has put you on it you just kind of done it yourself i continue to read up a little bit because for some things that i've seen you can get as much benefit out of about eight hundred i use as you could higher does not that of course i guess the what i'm saying is it's not really proven that higher dose of irony is going to produce any more benefit than a moderate does so oh very causes usually the prostate i wouldn't be overly concerned about that at all vitamin e is got so many good properties to it being an antioxidant this doesn't make sense of seen that study done i.
"fifty five years" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Model maybe he already don't blame but he's he's with the fifty five year old chick who has a history of trouble listing that's exactly what it is it but we've got this weird double standard where we go well it's not that bad can you imagine if he just woke up one day was like wait a minute may child she absolutely finally realization maybe saw a therapist and a therapist was like so when you're being molested oh i wasn't molested i loved her no dude your molested no but we get to children together own think about this that i kid is old enough to drink no pretty close anyway twelve to all my gun it'd be such a raging oklahoma good twenty one years old my parents were that that situation meanwhile a new york times during a story here over the weekend that is equally is creepy in fact i think this is this is disgusting and i hope that the story is passed along and i hope that legislators in a number of different states including our own pay close attention to this the a believed that the age of consent for marriage in arizona is zero there is no age for in arizona as long as parents are as long as parents are cool with it so similar situation in florida shocked it was a story of sherry johnson eleven years old a 20yearold in her church raped her and she became pregnant again we've got a child molester on her hands she becomes pregnant what should happen he should go to jail for a long time right this child should get therapy if she is eleven years old even if she has a kid when she's twelve if she if she's able to to go to fullterm with that child that child needs to be in a in a loving home if it's her own home with her parents and a situation they decide so be it if it ends up in a different altering the option so be it that child's going to need therapy for a long time that's not what happened instead the pastor of the church in her family decided that the easiest way to avoid a messy criminal case was to organize a wedding so they made the eleven year old girl mary her 20yearold rapist.
"fifty five years" Discussed on 790 WAEB
"Years or the issues a saying i mean and more every now and then you see couples who are married fifty five years breaking up which figure five years good grief i mean what that can't be one of those something like something happen overnight to change things i would imagine that's an issue that's that's ertz for a long time so when you went off for advice to someone marry two years or fifty two years is a different anyway or is a consistent well first i find out what are the issues what is set to particular couple dealing with what brought than into my office and so sometimes we have the empty net syndrome and the person now they win beat night fifty five years because it's other what already sure out of the best but we do have that syndrome often that hits couples and let's say they spent all their time for the majority of their time racing their children paying attention to what's gon would show in johnny ensued and not really spending quality time with each other not going out on dates not nurturing their relationship and then all of a sudden a children are gon you had just each other and feel like strangers you know there has to relationship past and the nurtured on the way so we have that and the and now we also have possibly and assault to the marriage that comes along and that can be anywhere in five months five years fifty years whatever putting an assault to the marriage that would meaning that like again delicate yes and that has such don't areas of facts on a marriage and we made and see a couple separating after fifty five years of marriage there are couples who works through that and there we we have ways of helping them how do you recover after an affair however many many people and we're not saying right or wrong make the decision if my spouses cheated on me that set it wanted what's there if you don't get a second chance on that one it's if you're experiences so much cheats on a spouse once still do it again i'd say most cases there's that's the greater chance of it happening again and no one of the biggest thing said in a fair.