35 Burst results for "Fifty Seven Years"

Michigan Lottery Winner Drowns With Ticket Still in His Wallet

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Michigan Lottery Winner Drowns With Ticket Still in His Wallet

"Story out of michigan gregory jarvis fifty seven years old. He won forty five thousand dollars in the lottery. That's a life changer. Too great story. He hit the jackpot at the blue water in he played the club. Keno add on game. The jack the owner don sqi told wjr t. flint. Very nice guy. He was here every day. He was super excited. Forty five grand but he wasn't able to immediately cash in is winning ticket because he didn't have the proper documentation he didn't have a social security card so he had to apply for a new one and he was waiting while waiting. He went out into the lake. He slipped and fell and hit his head and drowned with the lottery. Tickets still in his pocket a body. They found the body along the at a private beach. The small here on county city. A body washed ashore. It was him. The police chief said he died after drowning after striking his head. His boss said he was planning to take the money and go see his sister and his dad. In north carolina the winning ticket was retrieved from his body and handed over to his relatives now. So sad story to be sure. It's a sad story but it's a lifelong live your life enjoy your life. There are things more important than the arguments were having in the political battles were having. They are plenty but when you get frustrated when you get annoyed when you get anxious and depressed think about the tale of fifty seven year old. Greg

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Croatian police identify woman found with memory loss

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Croatian police identify woman found with memory loss

"A mystery woman in Croatia has been identified the woman was found in an area inhabited by bears in a remote area on the northern Adriatic island she had no idea who she was or where she came from after receiving numerous tips the woman was identified as fifty seven year old Danielle Adam Coba from Slovakia a man is a a top psychologist marina credulous as her amnesia is total total amnesia and it might be related to various aspects of her personal history Adam Koebel was reportedly a successful jewelry designer the wanted up being homeless Vladimir apple tech treated her at a local hospital that's too much to support everything he says the person can fully recover depending on what triggered the memory loss and how severe if any brain injury they have suffered police describe Adam called his condition as stable and social services will take over once he is released from the hospital I'm a Donahue

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More Than 3,000 Fake Vaccine Cards Seized by Border Patrol

Mojo In The Morning

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

More Than 3,000 Fake Vaccine Cards Seized by Border Patrol

"Border patrol. Seizes thousands of falsified cove in nineteen vaccine cards in in tennessee. And it's become a major issue. These fake vaccine cards turned up in tennessee which leads them to believe that. There's more of these all over the united states. Where are these fake vaccine cards coming from anybody. Anybody where do you think you. They're coming from china. I mean they're being made in china and being sent over here. The shipments were packaged from china. And they were going to places like new orleans national tennessee and even up in the mid western illinois just outside of the chicago area and two travelers were boston in hawaii for falsifying their vaccination reports with a fake vaccine card. A fifty seven year old man in a nineteen year old man were taken into custody when they realized that their vaccine cars were completely false that they were mocked up cards

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Interview With Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis

Questlove Supreme

01:31 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis

"And gentlemen. Please welcome the legendary legendary. Billie davis junior marilyn mccoo left supreme. Thank west this thing you said you heard about the doctrine being good you heard right. I okay. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go see is our our so all the stages us. How much do we owe you. I oh you guys. I oh you guys i. I really really really do love you guys. Actually you know what that one story i. Don't i know a lot about you guys. But can you guys describe. I know that you guys were Acquaintances before you got married. Of course like no one starts off being married and then starts with friends key guys described the first time that you met each other guys remember the first day you met each other. I don't remember the first at the newlywed game. Him on the head. It was fifty seven years locale trying to say s might see but we got married. Never gonna speak to him again. And guess what i was walking down the i and i looked into his face and i saw red

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Colleague of California Shooter Feared He Might 'Go Postal'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Colleague of California Shooter Feared He Might 'Go Postal'

"I might cross your reporting a colleague of the California rail yard shooter feared he might go postal you information about the gunman who fatally shot nine coal workers at a California real yard on may twenty sixth has been published according to the mercury news Santa Clara valley Transportation Authority internal documents show fifty seven year old Samuel Cassidy was the subject of four investigations into workplace conduct since July twenty nineteen after a verbal altercation with a co worker in January twenty twenty an employee reported hearing a colleague say of Cassidy he scares me if someone was to go postal it'd be him the authority released more than two hundred pages of emails and other documents related to Cassidy Cassidy who worked at the valley Transportation Authority for more than twenty years took his own life as deputies moved in hi Mike Rossio

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Sheriff: Rail Yard Shooter Stockpiled Guns, Ammo at His Home

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 5 months ago

Sheriff: Rail Yard Shooter Stockpiled Guns, Ammo at His Home

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting authorities say the San Jose railyard shooter had stockpiled guns and ammo at his home new information was disclosed Friday about the gunman who killed nine coal workers at a California real yard the Wednesday before taking his own life as sheriff's deputies moved in the Santa Clara county sheriff's office said in a statement investigators found twelve guns and twenty five thousand rounds of ammunition at Samuel James Cassidy's house in addition there were multiple cans of gasoline and suspected Molotov cocktails the cash was on top of the three nine millimeter handguns and thirty two high capacity magazines the fifty seven year old Cassidy took to the Santa Clara valley Transportation Authority in San Jose authorities say the guns Cassidy used in his deadly rampage appear to have been legal hi Mike Rossio

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Killer of 8 in California had talked of workplace attacks

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 5 months ago

Killer of 8 in California had talked of workplace attacks

"Families are reeling after a deadly shooting at a California light rail yard in San Jose Bagga Singh says his cousin toptenz deep Singh had worked as a train driver for eight or nine years and had a wife and two small children we heard there he chooses the people to shop but I don't know why this was in Santa Clara county district attorney Jeff Rosen says the aftermath of the shooting is devastating for the first time that they've lost their husband or their their spouse or their brother and it's terrible authorities identified the gunman as fifty seven year old Samuel Cassidy Cassidy's ex wife Cecilia Nelms told the Associated Press Cassidy used to come home from work resentful and angry over what he perceived as unfair assignments she says he would tell her he wanted to kill people at work she never believed him I'm Jennifer king

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San Jose Shooting: Nine People Dead at VTA Rail Yard

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:50 min | 5 months ago

San Jose Shooting: Nine People Dead at VTA Rail Yard

"Eight dead didn't shooting at rail yard serving silicon valley biden orders more intel investigation of covid nineteen origin and vaccine inequality in india sends many falling through gaps. It's thursday may twenty seven. I'm anthony davis. An employee opened fire on wednesday to california railyard serving silicon valley killing eight people before ending his own life. Authorities said the suspect was an employee of the valley transportation authority which provides bus light rail and other transit services throughout santa clara county the most populated in the bay area. The attacker was identified as fifty seven year. Old sam cassidy. According to law enforcement officials. Investigators offered no immediate word on a possible motive. The mass shooting took place around six thirty. A m at a light rail facility that includes a transit control centre parking for trains and a maintenance yard. Sheriff's spokesman deputy russell davis said the attack also resulted in multiple major injuries. He did not know. The type of weapon used but said the victims included vita employees will did not release any of the victims names. Santa clara county district attorney. Jeff rosen said. It was his understanding. The shooting happened inside the building during a morning meeting a

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Who Was San Jose Suspect Samuel Cassidy? Ex-Wife Details Anger Problems

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 5 months ago

Who Was San Jose Suspect Samuel Cassidy? Ex-Wife Details Anger Problems

"Authorities are looking for a motive in the mass shooting at a San Jose rail yard well an ex wife says the gunmen had a hot temper law enforcement sources say the fifty seven year old gunmen killed eight people before taking his own life records show Sam Cassidy worked maintenance at the valley Transportation Authority light rail facility county sheriff Laurie Smith there is active shooting going on at that time there were victim shot in two separate buildings the woman Cassidy divorced in two thousand five says he had grievances and he used to tell her he wanted to kill people at work but she never believed him until now Santa Clara county district attorney Jeff Rosen says workers families huddled together waiting for word it's awful and it's wrong and people are learning for the first time that they've lost their husband or their their spouse or their brother or his office will investigate if any warning signs were missed I'm Jackie Quinn

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Casting the net wider: remaking the welfare state

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:23 min | 7 months ago

Casting the net wider: remaking the welfare state

"Good evening my fellow americans to light. I like to talk to you about where we are as we mark one year. She's everything stopped because of this pandemic last night. President joe biden spoke to america in primetime address from the white house for the first time since taking office he promised to direct states to make all adults eligible for covid vaccine by may and discussed the bill he had just signed into law. The american rescue plan one point nine trillion dollar stimulus program extends unemployment. Benefits it helps. Small businesses lowers healthcare premiums for many it provides. Food and nutrition keeps families in their homes. America's not the only country that's responded to the crisis with increasing generosity. I kind of went in. It was like a state of panic. That i honestly i can't tell you day-to-day thoughts were because they were just scrambled. Like what am i gonna do. What am i gonna do. How am i going to survive. How am i going to what. That's more good. Hope a fifty. Seven year old self employed chef based in canada when the pandemic swept away all of her work. She didn't expect much outside. Help after alberta's oil crash in two thousand fourteen. She received no government support and had to close her restaurant. But this time around with covid nineteen. The federal government included the self employed in. Its rescue package. I honestly i couldn't believe it. Until i saw myself until i filled out the application i pressed met and two days later. There was money in my bank account. And i was absolutely shocked across the world from america to canada to western europe. The pandemic prompted a shift in thinking about the role governments can and should play in crises. The greatest expansion of the wealth estate in living memory in this past yet social nada is our public policy editor. She's been tabulating that expansion which currently stands at nearly sixteen trillion dollars. That's more than four times. The support that countries provided during the financial crisis of two thousand and seventy thousand nine. And it's a shot departure from the pas not just in size but in shape too and because of that this could well mark the start of a new chapter for the welfare state. How do you mean how was this response. Different from what came before significantly. I think it mocked a risk shift from individuals to the state with governments essentially bailing out the people say things like schemes in britain and much of europe as well as cash gifts and in unemployment benefits in america what lawsuit of the state stepping up and taking a lot of risks that otherwise would have fallen onto households and individuals that is a sharp contrast from what we've seen over the past couple of decades when risks such as example being replaced by an algorithm or foreign worker had actually increasing been offloaded from governments and employees own individuals and you saw a lot of countries just for pragmatic reasons really move to universalism so with government prefers blanket benefits instead of fussing of eligibility. Or what's the basis of the way that it was before the pandemic the risen one model of course of welfare state but if we take as a starting point side of a social contract where there is a certain amount of poverty relief and social security that is supplied by the state to go back to suit of the early twentieth century. So the great depression in america really triggered the idea of we need some social security and in europe of course in the second world war was reading the moment when people started to realize that there were these collective big risks that they wanted to ensure against and then the big shift in both sides of the atlantic ready staw in about the seventy s and the welfare state becomes leaner and more focused on getting people into jobs and so benefit make order to get the incentives work or boosted welfare in many countries become stigmatized and at the same time. The labor market is made. More flexible has made easy to fire people. And you really see particularly from the early ninety s on more and more risk being shuffled back to individuals but even before covert hit there was talk about a need to change things right absolutely as with so many things covid nineteen has really shown quite a start light on the flaws in the traditional model and although the lessons are different for every country there are a few general ones. The welfare state on the hall was built around yesterday's worker middle skilled work who today is increasingly. Rare will become even rarer we've seen the labor market polarize over the last couple of decades in rich countries. The sheriff skilled in high-skilled workers growing whereas middle skilled and indeed middle income jobs have been falling and will continue to fall and the pandemic also related to that highlighted. How little job. And income security many of our essential workers indeed have because they fall into that low paid bracket low security bracket and then the other thing that covert has exposed is the vulnerability of work with kids of course when schools closed. There was suddenly this extra job that needed to be done. The situation has put childcare which we knew was an issue before the pandemic but it sort of forced onto the agenda and one of the encouraging things. I think that might be coming out of this. Is countries making better plans for things like child benefit. So part of the coronavirus relief plan. Joe biden will temporarily raise the child tax credit quite significantly and democrats already whispering the really like to make this change permanent. And do you think we'll see that pattern more. Broadly a will to make permanent to the kinds of changes. The governments were essentially shocked into by the pandemic. The will is that. I think it's too early to tell but the demand is clearly. Then that's an important start. Say lots of people. Such as mrs hope who we heard earlier have experienced vulnerability that can come with the show but also have seen how the state can help these moments of shock. And i think it would be very hard in a next crisis for states to roll out similar policy bazookas to help the people so i think on the demand side and again this is something we already sold before the pandemic domon strengthening for better more generous safety nets are that will only grow on the back of the pandemic experience whether the will is that is launching a political question and it's also a fiscal question but i am carefully hopeful because this past year has provided a live experiment of all sorts of policies that otherwise would have taken years to get the political backing for and so after all this experimentation. What are the lessons from the pandemic that you think should last. I think the most important goal here is just to ensure or cushion workers against certain shocks and just to make that a bit more practical and most of communists have argued that covered his shown the generosity of benefits should be pegged to the state of the economy so that when indeed were going through a mass period of shock and it's much harder to actually find a job benefits should be more generous. And when the economy's healthy again then you can make them a bit. Less generous against more flexibility in the welfare system to short revamped post covid social safety net would on the one hand provide enough flexibility to incentivize work but also have a state that wasn't afraid to step in when disaster hits and crucially estate that would also invest in human capital in childcare in health in educating the next generation as well as rescaling older workers today and that second element is important because just bringing out a huge umbrella on the stormiest days won't be

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Jeff Bezos Might Be Targeting NFL's Washington Football Team

Mason & Ireland

00:21 sec | 8 months ago

Jeff Bezos Might Be Targeting NFL's Washington Football Team

"Archives amazon. Ceo jeff bezos could have his is on a new career goal and that would be owning in. Nfl team bezos has been interested in becoming an nfl owner for some time according to front office sports. The fifty-seven-year-old entrepreneur reportedly could have his sights set on buying a stake of the washington football team.

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An elegy for Arecibo

Science Magazine Podcast

04:33 min | 9 months ago

An elegy for Arecibo

"So air cbo. We've been calling this a post mortem which is pretty depressing. What's the status of the observatory. Now the observatory is still open but its main reason for being which is this enormous radio telescope which three hundred and five meters across is no more. It had a instrument platform suspended above it on cables that collapsed on or december and effectively destroyed the telescope and this is the culmination of a number of structural failures that happened to the telescope in twenty twenty. Yeah that's right. The first bowl broke in august. This was own auxiliary cable which had been added in nineteen ninety-seven when they added new instruments to this platform above the dish. So it needed more support so they added extra cables and it was one of these new ones not one the ones from its original construction which was fifty seven years ago or fifty eight. Now i guess and that cable pulled out of its socket. The soccer is the structure of the end of the cable that allows it to be attached to something and they just pulled out. We surprised everyone. No one expects a cable to fail in that way you went into a suspension while they investigated and ordered new cables to replace. Does hilary cables of which are six and then a second cable broke and then it was already perilous situation and the national science foundation which owns the telescope decided. It was too dangerous. The structure was not safe for people to work on and so they decided to have to be m decommissioned but before that could happen only a couple of weeks off to the second cable broke. More cables broke the whole thing. Came crashing down yeah. There's some kind of striking video of that. They're on the internet taken from a drone. I asked you before the interview if you've ever visited this site and he said no very sad about that now. I'm not going to get a chance to see it you know. It was a very spectacular instrument which was very beloved of astronomers and puerto ricans in particular but also filmmakers. You know it was used in two feature films. And i think the x. files as well used it as a backdrop. I always think of contact. This is such a striking image The way they show it in that movie and this is obviously a platform for a lot of science. What are some of the big accomplishments some of the highlights from astronomy at no. It's an interesting co scoop. Because it was used by lots of different sorts of scientists it was originally designed to be used as a radar instruments to look at the upper atmosphere so would send out pulses of radio waves and then receive the signal that was bounced back off the sphere. Which is upon the upper atmosphere where the air molecules are ionized by the sun. This is the first instance of its use and it wasn't even really for it was more for defense than anything else. The pentagon was looking for ways to track incoming ballistic missiles which you know in the late fifties and sixties was very new issue for them and so they built this telescope to try and understand the ionosphere better to see whether warheads trails that they could track them by. And that didn't really work out. And so it transitioned into being a a scientific facilities so people have continued using it to look at the ionosphere to this day. But they've also used things. Nasa used the radar to track objects in space that are near the up and could be threatening such as asteroids and also to look at other planets. It's been used to map. The surface of venus be seen with a normal telescope because it's surrounded by clouds and it can look far as saturn and then astrophysicists could use it to look at much more distant objects such as pulsars. Which are little dead stars that out a very regular metronome signal in radio waves and gas in galaxies in between the planets and it has a hundred uses and some of which made it very famous. People have won nobel prizes with work that they did. Don't aris the

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Joe Exotic wrote Kim Kardashian a letter begging her to ask Trump to pardon him

Coffee Convos with Kail Lowry and Lindsie Chrisley

02:32 min | 11 months ago

Joe Exotic wrote Kim Kardashian a letter begging her to ask Trump to pardon him

"Joe exotic had written to kim kardashian. And i'm totally not surprised and i honestly thought that that would be his tactic to try to get out of jail honestly. Didn't we say that before. Like didn't we say how funny would be if that happened and then it actually happened. I feel like we did. I feel like we talked about it. And then when i was watching it it's like deja vu right like i was sitting here watching and i was like. Oh wow i feel like dougherty happened in life right. we did. She say that it happened or it came. How how did you find out. Yeah so it was on. Et and it just was saying that Et had obtained the letter from the tiger king and that He had just to her trying to get a presidential pardon from donald trump. And and the letter said i know you have never met me. Never want to but i do believe However i do believe that you hold the values of our justice system dear to your heart. I am writing this letter. Not as joe exotic but the person. Joseph malegaon passage asking you to please help me by taking just ten minutes of your life and placing a call to president trump to look at my two hundred and fifty seven page pardon. It's all the evidence that i'm innocent and i asked him to my part into. I can return home to my husband dylan and to my father so okay question i. It's been so long since i've seen it all. What is he exactly in jail for. I don't know abuse. Because i feel like what he did was kind of animal abuse. It definitely was neglect and Yeah it just says that. While he was serving he serving twenty two years because he was convicted of plotting like a murder for hire. Oh right that's right that's right okay. And so then it said in his letter is that i have lost. Fifty seven years of work mizzou. My animals. my mother has died. My dad is dying. And i've been taken away from my husband who i loved dearly. Everyone is so busy making movies getting interviews selling stuff and dressing up like me that everyone forgot. I'm a real live person imprisoned and kept from even telling my own my own story for something that i didn't do so he was just asking him to give him a phone call and just promising that no one has to know that she even called

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The March ON Washington, 57 Years Later

20/20

06:18 min | 1 year ago

The March ON Washington, 57 Years Later

"Hello I'm Deborah Roberts those images from today an echo of something fifty seven years ago when a quarter of a million people I descended on the nation's capital protesting for jobs and freedom. On today's anniversary of Dr Martin Luther. King Junior's I have a dream speech we at twenty twenty or proud to present the march a documentary directed by Jonah Comfort and narrated by Denzel Washington originally made in twenty thirteen to commemorate the Marches Fiftieth Anniversary. Some of those voices sadly are now gone, but their legacy lives on. I have had to tell my children about the segregates what it means. Seven year old daughter she wanted to go from town. And we found it necessary to explain to That she couldn't go to fun town because she was colored. To attempt to explain a system like unjust and. Segregation. Six year old child is very difficult thing. In nineteen sixty three. The Movement for civil rights came to the most segregated city in the American. South. Birmingham Alabama. All. Resistant to the gration. Thoroughly, segregated. City the United States. had. More on saw on. WILL HOMES ENSURE A. United. States. Many other southern city. Okay. Birmingham is bombing him. They have quarries and conducting the quarry business you used dynamite. So there are a lot of local people who are expert in Isa Dynamic. Teenage. Board riding a bicycle had been knocked off the bike and castrated. Young couple had gone to the City Hall to get a wedding license. Came around the corner. And Brush shoulders with Birmingham policeman and he pulled out his pistol and pistol whipped the more to the ground. It was a horrible heinous place. The campaign was to be led by the organisation's Ben Thirty four year old leader. The Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Junior. WHO HEARD PEOPLE? who except in dusted oppression and second-class citizenship. in an attempt waiting go the Paul Pompidou. The time all we ripe to do right. Dr King was the voice of Civil Rights from the bus boycott on but by the end of nineteen, sixty, two, he recognized. That the civil rights movement. was. Losing what he called its window and history. The. South was still segregated and he said we need to take more of a risk. We need to go for broke I need to go for broke. I think he felt that. We have to be willing to give our lives to put an end to segregation. If we do. Then segregation will end even if we die. That was the reason he chose. Birmingham. For the victory won some even have to face physical death. We must come to see the now some things. So eternally true that they're worth dying for, and if a man has not discovered something that he will die for he fit live. In January of Nineteen, sixty three. One man was determined to stop kings desegregation message from spreading any further. Birmingham's police chief Eugene. Bull Connor. Negro is off the attempted takeover of our country the lazy. The beat nate, the ignorant and buy some misguided religious and bleeding ought. Do, you think you can keep coming in the present situation of segregation I may not be able to do it, but I'll die trying. Overcoming Bull Connor segregationists zeal not to mention his jails would take something special. And in the winter of sixty, three king would find out just how special that effort needed to be. Spent all of January February and March nineteen sixty three training people to accept nonviolence to go down into marches and be willing to go into bull connor's jails. But. Conner's jails were so fearsome that no matter how much they exhorted people no matter how many freedom songs they sang, how many prayers they prayed, how much fervor there was in the meetings, people wouldn't show up to risk going into those jails.

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Mid-Air Collision - Alaska

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Mid-Air Collision - Alaska

"Was a mid air collision of two airplanes near these sold DOT NA airport. On the Peninsula of Alaska near Anchorage. On Friday of last week, killing seven people including a Kaanai lawmaker. A single engine to have lengthy HCC to beaver was involved in the crash which carried six people fifty-seven-year-old Gregory Bell of soul, DOT NA. Forty year old Guy David Rogers of us and South Carolina residents. Caleb. hosie had their Halsey, McKay? Halsey. And Kirsten right according to the LASCA state troopers the only person in the other plane a single engine. Piper PA. Was Sixty three year old state representative Gary Nop of by troopers federal aviation officials said. Six people were confirmed dead at the scene while one person died on the to the central Peninsula hospital in an ambulance. federal NTSB was recovering the two planes and the NTSB Alaska chief. Clint. Johnson said. Well. That's what he said Saturday, the agency help to be finished with recovery efforts by the end of Saturday and the goal is to bring the two planes to secure location in the West Selah area by the way this is from. A local news outlet A D. N. dot com whatever that stands for. So High Adventure Air Charter on Friday posted a message on its website confirming that one of its aircraft was involved in the crash. At, this time high adventure air is working to support families involved in his working with the National Transportation Safety. Board, who is investigating the in the accident? Our thoughts and prayers are with all of the families involved in this tragic accident. Bell the beavers pilot was part of the family owns and operates high adventure air charter based on long near Lake in sold out now. The business offers fishing hunting, bear viewing and glacier tour trips as well as custom charters. The charter plane which was equipped with floats took off from Long Mirror Lake and was headed to the west side of Cook Inlet. The. Piper PAC twelve was equipped with wheels and took off from the sold in the airport but investigators do not know yet where it was headed. Interrupted your first second other pipers that onto quit with wheels the ones that have floats apparently Okay. I kinda struck me. Kind of struck me as odd as well. Must Pipers I think that's a fair statement. Most pipers have wheels. But apparently, because the the BEAVER was float. Float equipped beaver. They felt like they had to. Put that make that point. Okay. That's I could have just said that took off from the Saldana airport not the like. Ben. Anyway. Witnesses. DESCRIBE THE MID air collision, which they say produced a tooth rattling sound and sent debris flying. Alaska State Trooper said they began getting reports of the crash two miles northeast of sultanas airport just before eight thirty in the morning on Friday, most of the wreckage landed about two hundred yards from the road, which was closed briefly to safety concerns and Deborah's are debris. National Weather. Service. Reports from the Sultana airport for Friday morning show clear visibility with broken clouds at ten thousand and four, thousand, five, hundred feet. So anyway, they're still investigating why the collision occurred. and. That's all they have. So it's amazing. How often you get close to alluring craft Pakeha you haven't spotted them and most of these occasions just give everyone a bit of a fright when you get very close about. The advent of eighty s be for everybody is going to help these situations but quite honestly The best thing to do is just keep head out of the cup used them Wanna eyeball but of course, has limitations We all know that. Sudan you know we were. Really through. Our evolution sensory systems are is already designed to pick up moving targets and If you're on a collision course with someone, they don't actually move relative to you because you're a collision course if they moved then you'd easily tell are either gonNA in front of you behind you above you will below you'll whatever. So something that's completely stationary in your windshield pups just adult initially is she knows very easy victory for peripheral vision to pick up. So does it starts to move one direction or another that you attention is attracted to it. You can say if you look directly at it with the the highest acuity portion of your eye, which those is, you know it's about the size of your fist held on link. It's not a very big piece of your eye. Which is why it's important to scan the sky. All the time particularly in the areas when you'll vulnerable. To Collisions talking about three o'clock tonight. but you know it is possible papal creep up from behind you take a look out there occasionally and do so insect chosen to do. So with discipline so that you can cover the entire sky and bear in mind that it's very easy if you're looking into an empty sky, feel is to focus backwards towards you. And longer be stretched out at infinity. So there's less chance of your actually seeing the thing you're looking for. If you find yourself staring at the windshield, you'd be looking out the window too long glance out something that's more about video forty feet from you usually the ground or cloud or something, and then restart

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Kanye West Marriage

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

02:54 min | 1 year ago

Kanye West Marriage

"Do that learn more at expanding dot com slash? X. Y. Right. So according to tmz Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West or working on their marriage, they're in a very remote private location they jumped on a private jet with their children flew to a tropical island. They are staying in an estate that is basically a fortress. There's no way trespasses or the Paparazzi can get close to them. Sources close to tmz have reported that this will not be a short trip and. Is. A last ditch effort to save their marriage. I'm glad they're working on their marriage as you know, Cognac time twitter recently with the just a barrage of just crazy disrespectful tweets about his marriage about his mother-in-law. You know not cool. We really hope that this works out for them because you know I think you mentioned it yesterday Steve We hate to see people break up I mean seriously we really do. They have four children what Tommy. Fortress. Papa Razzi looking for you. I mean what was paying for these papa rat where are they getting all these flight tickets? Will you this stand outside and take a pill? Is the money that they get for the picture pitchers. Yeah they'll go. Own Money to try to get that million motion. Is a freelance. Yeah, you see these guys with tmz cameras, their freelance, they get the TMZ label they put it on their candidate freelance. Some cool dudes though some miss cool people I have a usually have a good relationship with someone. Really cool people. Too. Turn. Speaking of According to Forbes. Dot Com get their picture. You buy chicken wing. I. Let me tell you guys about this. has chosen a running mate. Okay. He has chosen Michelle tidball for VP of of the United States on his birthday party. So he'll run for president and she'll be vice-president Michele tidball I'm sure none of heard of her, but she's a self proclaimed biblical life coach Michelle Sophie claim what Biblical Life Coach Okay She's a fifty seven year

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Bipolar Disorder

Mentally Yours

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Bipolar Disorder

"Workman's Viola appreciate you taking the time out I had. Thank you very much for inviting me on new the heads of our Could you start by telling us about the charity team leads? I'm so bipolar. UK's been going for about fifty seven years on. It was founded by. To two women who? Were living with bipolar and effort will maybe the the when the corresponding on this was and they per letter in the press to saying how? Being alone, they did not to it to in that lots of different issues with the health service. Experience? Prejudice and discrimination. And, and they managed to get ready huge responsiveness, so hundreds of people responded, and they basically said a an initial support group based on in London. And then from that kind of spread like wildfire across the whole of the UK said it was. The base is a couple of people that went around setting up support groups. Putting note, says the price and just bringing together. People affected by bipolar. People living with the condition, but then close family members as well. And the philosophy behind it was the. Everyone's bipolar is different or unique, but. This. Common experiences that people have the allows them to be able to help. Manage the condition better so talking about education talking about. Treatment Mike diagnosis if they have call one yet. How did you of kind of mania and depression? So the idea was using the wisdom of the community to be able to kind of help each other to stay well. And full misery days the charities. Grown. We grew into about eighty-five face to face support groups across the country. We got an e community, which does the same thing so people affected by bipolar log on, and they talked to other people at anytime of the day I would call out just over five thousand members on that now, and then we also do telephone call by wants to talk to someone and is affected by bipolar. And get some advice than they can. They can bring up and we'll get them a cool. and. Obviously we've during nineteen. Though saves about to change, so we've got say you the face to face services, but we've been doing as in groups over over video coldest well. We talked to about one thousand five hundred people every month, and then we. We say that they tell us that probably about those about seven hundred moment or about. kind of uses to stay low and so Sadat's DOT says in a nutshell ready. Can you tell me a bit more about how you? The debt said in terms of the pandemic. changing how things work now intense that. so it could have been nine hundred. A massive impact on a child's. He's has done for Lauda I'm so the key one is. We've got to freeze up. A face to face groups and move towards a digital services. To being. A really does big big change for us, so zoom groups that we've done, and you've just run the monthly magazine groups run. They sometimes been allowed them more frequently for. Maybe once every two weeks than everyone. Rather than being for two free hours. They'll be tend to be about an hour because that's a limited people can do on June. we've also a lot more time into our social media on into our. Into a website. And, so we've seen our website topic having about a twenty percent increase and we've been doing is using it to a lot more articles out there for market dynamics from people that expense took about their experiences of living well with the during the nineteen. There's been a law research studies at all. Coming out. Around bipolar we, we want to involve out community in those, so we've been doing which motos. Identify, but I'm quite worried about how on affecting people with bipolar disorder. One of the things you found in a recent study is. Twice as many people if I totally disorder have been hospitalized, the suicide attempts than due to Cova, Simpson's. So, what are you doing at the moment? of support people and tackle. I, mean is really it is really worrying with them. We've covid nineteen the impetus having community. We seem that they increase in. Depression and anxiety and suicidal thinking as well and. We were asking people what? They were doing in terms of being able to. To excessive because he disappointed in this period, and Dan was very blonde, able to get access to the psychiatrist over to the GP. So what we enjoy charity is really getting the message out there. Gonorrhea community, I think it's really important and suicide that people go suicidal fools. It's. It's okay to talk about the suicide opposes. Will we really strongly discourage anyone to actually talk about cutting methods and so forth, and but talking about suicides? In Beta to reach out and get support, make such a massive difference with people.

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Every July 1 Until 2035, Bobby Bonilla Gets A $1.19 Million Check From The New York Mets: Here’s Why

DeaconLive

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Every July 1 Until 2035, Bobby Bonilla Gets A $1.19 Million Check From The New York Mets: Here’s Why

"Today is Bobbi. Baena Day when I say Bobby Baena Day he is on July first. It's time now for fans met fans everywhere. I do wish each other a happy. Bobby Baena Day why why? Why not? On Wednesday today fifty seven year old Bobby Baena will collect a check for one point one, nine, three, one, million, one, hundred, and ninety, three, thousand, two, hundred and forty eight dollars, and twenty cents from the New York mets every July first from two thousand. Thousand Eleven all the way to twenty thirty five, because baseball salary structure Bobby. Bonilla's annual payday is often more than some game current stars are given in one year. Why does he get that kind of money in his contract? Well, so what happened was the NEOM last play for the mets. In nineteen, ninety nine, he played with the majors cardinals. The last time we played in the majors was two thousand one, but he was paid or will be paid all. All the way till twenty thirty five. Here's what happened. Bobby again has a second deferral of contract payment with the mets and Orioles. Pay Him five hundred thousand a year for twenty five years while Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah so what he did was he signed a contract in two thousand. The mets agreed to buy out the remaining five point nine million of bananas contract, however, instead of paying Baena five point nine million at the time, the mets agreed on an annual. Annual payment of nearly one point two million for twenty five years starting on July first two thousand eleven, this included negotiated eight percent interest rate for inflation at the time ready for this. At the time, the mets owner was invested in the Bernie made off account that promised to double digits return the name Thom familiar for you and the mets were poised to make a significant profit, if the made off account delivered, and as we know, it did not this arrangement. Has Left with Bobby Baena making one point two million dollars every July first for the until twenty thirty five, so he he's got another fifteen years. He'll be seventy two seventy two. How much how are you? He will be seventy. Was Age where's age? Where's age? He'll be seventy two and still making one point two MIL now if you play cards, right? A lot of people say well live million dollars. Yeah, but he hasn't played baseball for a while now, and he's still getting one point two million, and so everyone says. That's the first contract of its kind and a lot of people have followed in suit. There's a Max Zhanjiang you're. Some guy the nationals he'll be paid. Away to twenty twenty-eight and many. Ramirez also with the Red Sox will collect all the way till twenty twenty

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on WTOP

"Fifty seven year old James and of Fairfax Virginia died just before one AM Saturday an active geek police say he was driving southbound crossed the median strip and hit a pole no one else was in the car it may take a while before many people feel comfortable eating inside restaurants but as NBC force Adam test reports more and more public street space is being handed over to allow for outside dining are you ready to go back to a restaurant to sit down and eat well a lot of restaurants are getting more street space as we move forward so that they can take their tables put them outside and appropriately space them apart six feet apart coming up on news for tonight we'll show you where it's happening and when you'll be able to go out and enjoy a meal outside three fifty two Democrats have begun a campaign to try to counter Republican attempts to undermine public confidence in mail in voting president trump's been leading the GOP push calling mail in ballots very dangerous they're subject to massive fraud historically there's no evidence of that in the president's not offering proof Democrats say he's simply trying to suppress the vote in a bid to get re elected and are fighting back with a new effort called voter suppression watch it's made up of three groups aiming to not only counter Republicans in the courts but also in public relations one of the groups is led by Stacey Abrams who is among those under consideration to be Joe Biden's running mate she's aiming to raise millions of dollars for the effort Sager made Donnie Washington a decades long partnership between two huge brands ease over Reebok has cut ties with crossfit after the company's CEO invoked George Floyd's name in a Twitter post chastising a health group for saying that racism was a public health problem on Saturday the institute of health metrics and evaluation tweeted racism is a public health issue that led crossfit chief executive and founder Greg Glassman to reply it's Floyd nineteen a reference to covert nineteen Reebok had a ten year deal as the main crossroad sponsor and licensee of crossfit apparel mac Piper CBS news coming up in money news Wall Street store the close sharply higher the big rally for some beaten down stocks I'm Jeff level three fifty four today there's a lot of things we can't do people we can't see places we can't go but we.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A fifty seven year old man he's a black man from Jamaican I say that because of the black community one in six black men will get prostate cancer in America and I say that to give a warning and a heads up and we treat men and women and children of every race and religion and creed it was a special warning in the black community is a very high incidence of prostate cancer and breast cancer and many people come here for check ups and that's a good idea because if you find cancer early on the cure rate is much much much higher this is a man he's fifty seven years old is Merete has six kids is born in Jamaica and also in the Caribbean there's a lot of cancer a lot of cancer advent with governments for multiple Caribbean countries who've asked for our help and of course I say yes of course we say yes immediately was the man who's been going for about eight years to a urologist to New York eight years he's had a carpenter physical roto rooter clean out of the prostate so the surgeon does urologist did a roto rooter on him he never had a biopsy was never checked he was told since yeah the roto rooter the prostate that he said tainting his **** he says that when he has direction since the rotor rooters **** curved Inspiron news disease so he's got the curved **** during erections his pain so he didn't get any benefit from the rotor rooter of the terms of transurethral resection of the prostate is weighs a hundred and eighty pounds is five foot six and he comes to me because he wants to get some information he wants to know what's going on he's been seen by urologist for eight years and he came to me and got a PSA and check them out and found a large prostate number one number two is PSA is high four point nine normal PSA is only up to four so as PSA is high India's symptoms and he has cancer we arrange for a biopsy of painless easy simple biopsy of his prostate and this is a man has been going to urologist for eight years else really did surgery and he was left with a deformed **** and pain without surgery and yet he was never a value added for prostate cancer in eight years even though he was going to a specialist and I can tell you so I would say I'm going to a specialist everything must be okay well not necessarily not necessarily was going to a specialist who is doing things to him and procedures to M. and surgeries to them but they never diagnose the prostate cancer which we found immediately when he came here at a high PSA we offer them a biopsy of the painless biopsy he has cancer he wants to be treated he wants to be treated because he wants that cancer to go is only fifty seven years old he's got six children is got married she's got a wife he wants to live in this is the work that we do every day and with his numbers with his PSA Gleason score PSA is what the blood test shows Gleason scores with the biopsy shows with his PSA Gleason score with our special work his success rate is ninety five percent it.

"fifty seven years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Because of seniority she also had first choice of coveted flight routes she is a hard working wonderful woman this is got to be a lawyer I guarantee I'm not heard this audio I guarantee you this is the lawyer talking right now she is a hard working wonderful woman and that they destroyed her career it shorter profession I it was just twenty two years old when she became a flight attendant in nineteen sixty two wow how crazy is this that is so awesome nineteen what sixty two in nineteen sixty to nineteen sixty two she's flying around he was the golden age of flying the swinging sixties when flying with glamorous yeah yes ida has seen it all and now because of her age she feels she's being put out to pasture at the end of fifty seven years and I never did anything to be fired for she goes why I'd want to put out to pasture I've been there fifty seven years and I never did anything to be fired for I missed the last step is Jana's is suing delta for unlawful discrimination the airline says the firing was appropriate lawful adding it's not because of her age but because she committed numerous policy violations yeah well they're looking to all flow into my gut yes I'm just very curious in how she would have done on the private flight with the Jews box on it yeah Jews yeah do you do for a world boxing love ever I just wonder how she would have been on there she had to he can you move the guns are there can you live trucks over there we Sheila commentating she wouldn't have ratted him out I guarantee you that she's seen it all right she's been she's seventy nine years old still on her feet flying around and you know what she could have been like an icon for delta where people will get on the plane to go wow ideas on this plane you have been like a celebrity have you ever been a problem passenger yeah one one yeah well I need to really old drinking the well no well I I told a flight attendant back then they were called stewardesses but I told a flight attendant I said damn I I remember you in the wizard of oz all right thank you I don't need to put away my CD player while I was a while ago I want you to play the CD player before you took off and like there's no nothing wrong with playing as he player and she was you know yeah what year is this the cottage in seventy eights some like that southwest used to fly out of southern Colorado that's right is my dad nine we had been drinking while we were we were pretty lit and she was giving me all kinds of grief I said man I really enjoyed you wizard of oz and people started laughing and she can get it in the the pain it's a great wizard of oz I was a troubled past I I hate to be the trouble guy see you brought on yourself but my heart dog brought it on our dog had like always really Ernie they're really bad a you know daft news and all of a sudden everyone's like looking at us like Hey what's going on with the two of you and then the the our dog we help them out outside the cage because he's going crazy a little dogs all they do is they tear part those little cages until I get out so my wife had early in her arms and covered with a blanket well as the flight attendant reached over to get my daughter coke our dog nipped that didn't biter but you know bark and made a lunge better and the other flight had said did that dog bite you and we and he said now if you're interested now the dog did not buy it you as you sure because it looked like that dog bit you and and I said well clearly she said it didn't bite her and there's no marks on her and you get and she said well I think that dog did biter and we're calling the cops when you get to LA you can be met with LAPD and the feds and she said then from my daughter into the last two hours last hour and a half of that flight my daughter's flipping out like all my god my mom and dad to be arrested and Surtees fault it's going to get them thrown in the class but it turns out we got off the plane no cops no feds and we stayed at home but that's the last time that dog as ever flown and that dog will never fly again I get one of those I I you know I don't make that same mistake twice as he missed flying no I don't think now doesn't that he doesn't miss he apologized really did me sort of had a smirk on his face and to get his wings no he didn't he almost got his wings when I took him off that play but man I was so pissed not at him but just that that the other flight attendant for saying you know I think he did but he didn't witness it right she did but she both standing there both standing right there but she insisted that the other flight if I got got bitten and was bitten she was leading the witness that's exactly right and she was really and then I apologize to I say I'm really sorry about this dog if you're saris don't matter they you know it doesn't matter how often you apologize how may times apologized you're gonna be met by the cops in LA and like was it ida it was not I don't I don't think she would have done it but that was the last time the only time those dogs ever what airline was sent I do I'd say whatever we like what colors what color yes it's an it's an airline that I've that I frequent and I don't want to bust their balls because it was my fault and it wasn't their fault you said it brought them a box of candy right now or leach milk bones or some are live on KFI am.

"fifty seven years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Com is the website if you'd like to learn a little bit more early retirement we've been talking about that today it might not be your plan I might not be what you want to do but what if you lose your job or you're no longer able to work it does happen to a lot of us the center for retirement research says thirty seven percent of retirees said they had to stop working sooner than they planned so it Dave let's talk a little bit about some of the scenarios that could pop up if we lose our job but we're not sure we can afford to retire or health issues forces to retire early how can we be ready for these things well that is a great question and being at that we're a retirement income planning office we get these calls I want to say that it's often but it certainly is on a regular basis that just this week I filled filled a phone call from a gentleman who was fifty seven years old and is already qualified for social security disability and if you qualify for social security disability which is no easy thing that made it when you qualify for so security disability ten that means really the definition under so security for disabilities like you can't do anything you can be really gainfully employed of of of really any kind and so that's when so security will say yes to that payment and so in his fifty seven so he's coming in to see me and he's got a forty six year old wife and I got my ideas so that my kids at home so they've got some challenges in and most most people don't really plan for a medical situation you know it he got his whole life sometimes comes out as folks it unexpectedly we got a medical issue that just came minus and you know it's just can be overwhelming if if we just don't have adequate resources entering new insurances to meet that challenge so that's that's if it was medically certainly if the a huge huge conversation that needs to take place there and hopefully there's been some planning by that family to protect themselves in case something like that should occur or just also fielded more than its share of phone calls over the years from peoples who are in their mid fifties Hey Dave you know I've I've just been replaced by a twenty something or thirty something year old person half my salary and now it's it takes maybe one and a half of those people to do my job I don't know if there's a half a person out there but you know when you look at the statistics of you know maybe replacing some somebody with their experience and now they find themselves in in that latter stage of life unemployed and it's hard to get him be employable at yet your salary level of which you are accustomed to because you've been replaced by this by somebody with the youth on their side and at a much lesser cost Philip my share of phone calls with those folks in and how do we take all that we save them and maybe do something that's not paying us what we once were making and and get to our ultimate goal of retirement and so folks it it just takes planning you know sometimes the planning is unforeseen and it's often it comes honest wait maybe it's due to a medical reason or or or getting laid off before we we anticipated or retiring early before we anticipated having to retire so it's it's it's planning and so having a plan built for all of these different exigencies of life and and Brad was pointing out no when is that retirement red zone really began I'm a big believer that that at least ten years folks we should be having having a discussion about what what does retirement mean to you what would that look like for you ten years from now and what was what would be the amount of monthly income that we would need to have ten years from now so we have to build in some inflation on what that number is would be today and then inflated to what that number should be in ten years so and then looking at all of our resources and then understanding what we need to save right to to be on the right path to get to that goal of when you want to retire in the suit is that we believe in and I know probably feels the same way in the rest the team heard apps in white we believe the sooner you begin that process any any adjustments Jan that we need to make the sooner we begin that process early on the smaller the adjustments in two weeks are because we have so much time on our side when we get to that one yard line of the retirement red zone meaning we're at the precipice of retirement you know it is what it is that that you know it will work in which is which is super important to give the plant built because you're at the doorstep now how do I take my so scared if I'm so fortunate to have a pension how do I choose those options and how do I how do I take all that I've saved okay at this moment now and turn it into an income stream because the whole paradigm shift at Bradley talked early on in the show today you have to make a mental paradigm shift from saving and growing saving and growing yes there will still be some growing going on but how do I make them the paradigm shift to getting the most income I can from all that I've saved knowing that I cannot run out of money okay that's number one worrying and that takes some planning if you go go about this **** nilly gang it it's really easy to make some very simple mistakes as relates to retirement planning can you put two or three or four for these mistakes together this could have a catastrophic result not just a a negative I and I want to go to use that word catastrophic we've seen it and and just some some simple things that could have been done could have made the whole whole paradigm shift work in your favor where you're you're you're getting that total return on life for your retirement because you made those three or four good decisions leading up to we like that leading it a leading up the sooner you you start getting a plan built at the sooner that you understand that you're on the right path or if you're not on the right path how to get on that right path to get to that total return of life in retirement your looking for and boy I'll I just love that total return on live getting to do getting to travel to those faraway places if that's important to you getting to volunteer paying it forward to those that that you want to help if that's important to you or the ability to go see your kids or grandkids whatever you want or or or gathering them together and taking a trip in making those kinds of memories with it had a lot of conversations with our clients that love doing that whatever it is that total return on life means to you Epstein a white.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on AP News

"Of flesh eating bacteria is killed at least seven people in southern California AP correspondent Matt small says it's tied to drug abuse nine people across scene eagle county who injected black tar heroin between October second and November twenty fourth overall hospitalized with severe my own a crucis as investigators try to determine the source of the drug officials are advising the medical community there to look out for additional cases plus instances of wounded botulism a rare but serious illness also going to black tar heroin use the patient's five men and two women range in age from nineteen to fifty seven years old I'm at small Germany's ogle Americal voices shame during her first visit to Auschwitz AP correspondent Charles de la does more reports chose one medical voice is a feeling of deep shame during the visit to the hallowed grounds of the former **** German death camp well I don't hit this regime but it more than a million people Merkel notes is that her visit comes amid rising anti semitism and historical revisionism she said Germany remains committed to remember in the crimes they committed against Jews poles the Roma and Sinti homosexuals and others I'm show some of this month the countries that make up the OPEC oil producing cartel talked into the night on Thursday of a possible deep cuts to production that would support the price of fuel around the world and OPEC spokesman told waiting journalists than expected news conference would not take place and that a written statement might come later the group was expected to prolong production cuts that they had agreed on for the past three years though Russia's energy minister said even deeper cuts were on the discussion the price of crude has been kept in recent years by a resurgence in supplies from countries outside OPEC particularly the United States as it stands OPEC nations have agreed to cut production by one point two million barrels per day through March will the Russia is not part of OPEC but is involved to coordinate production it said Thursday that the group was discussing a further caught a five hundred thousand barrels a day to safely go through drops into Monty in the first quarter of next year.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Yesterday fifty seven year old Albert Polito had posted bond on a misdemeanor count of assault and jail officials opened up the door and let him go but the conditions of Toledo's bond were supposed to include that he should be fitted with a GPS monitor and apparently that detail was left out of the information packet the jail officials were given deputies found Polito in northwest bear county and he now has his ankle monitor jail officials stress this was not in a Roni is released since they were just acting on the information they had six people are in the hospital after a van crashed into an apartment on the south side last night police say the driver was speeding on March Avenue when he failed to turn and hit a curb the van went airborne and struck a tree before slamming into the Salem creek apartments the driver and passenger in the vehicle are in critical condition well for people inside the apartment suffered minor injuries a recent survey of employers around the country found a majority don't think their company is prepared to handle a cyber security breach and that's pretty unnerving according to Jeff Schmidt he's with a birdie I'm it's a cyber security company he says all employees need to be involved in protecting data what we aim to do let's simplify about training the people in the enterprise training given treating your customers on gets security hygiene putting policies in place that limit access to who has access to what files and what systems he adds should you accidentally open a file that turns out to be a virus let someone know we mediate Lee the quicker ID can tackle it the better the chances of holding that breach Megan bishop newsradio twelve hundred W. away I breaking news on the hour and a half and anytime at W. O. A. I. dot com brought to you by first more credit union I'm Margot Moreno on newsradio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. from the W. away I.

"fifty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Was only fifty seven years old it's three oh five newsradio WFLA weather is next Hey it's Erin and Harley owners one donation last week I saw a sign at a car dealership that said hassle free pricing I mean really hassled I can imagine that so me and my brother is going to act out how how this would work it when donation ready Harley ready I'm looking to buy a quality windows great we know nation is exactly what you need our custom windows are made for precision accuracy and a tight seal no see there needs to be a hassle so pressure me into buying something no pressure at all we know nation when you're ready to get the best windows of your life at the best price I'll be waiting hearing capable of hassling anyone which is actually pretty cool right now it would donation by two windows get two free with zero percent interest for eighteen months bye for windows for free by six windows get six free always zero percent interest for eighteen months you won't find a better deal anywhere else call now or visit with donations for your free estimate after a long low summer there's nothing more exhilarating never fear the parties fresh new season of the flash remoting on the C. W. return of the fastest man alive anything it's the season premiere of the flash before the encore of the series premiere of that woman tonight on the CW catch this season premiere of the flash tonight eating fifteen Washington Avenue for your shot at one thousand dollars now tags nationwide two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text in this nationwide contest two hundred two hundred brelo with you today there is.

"fifty seven years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on WTVN

"Is your chance to live phone call with that same leader is at the center. the latest firestorm for the administration and a key reason house speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday called for a formal impeachment inquiry the administration is set to release details of that phone call today president trump insists he did not pressure the Ukrainian leader to investigate former vice president Joe Biden and his son that call was part of a whistle blower complaint that the inspector general of the intelligence community called credible and urgent Karen Travers ABC news traveling with the president in New York the Republican ranking member the house Judiciary Committee has a message for policy I need to tell figure last house robes and is not an armor the D. triple say campaign committee they need to get to governing instead of attacking this president's congressman Doug Collins speaking to fox and friends this morning the feel of Democrats for the fourth debate is growing Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard qualified to be on stage honor by university of Westervelt eleven other candidates in October she joined Kennedy on the fox business network to talk about what her message to the American people all day I'm gonna take advantage of the platform to be able to be in front of a lot of people across the country to share with them who I am my background my service as a soldier deploying twice the Middle East serving now for over sixteen years in the army national guard up my time serving in Congress for nearly seven years on the foreign affairs committee arm services homeland security committee to qualified candidates must have at least a hundred thirty thousand unique donors and hit at least two percent and for national polls ever didn't qualify for the third debating Houston earlier this month man accused of killing two postal workers in Dublin not guilty by reason of insanity to Sean store was sentenced yesterday in a Columbus court will be committed to a mental facility prosecutors said in December of twenty seventeen stored stripped naked and shot his supervisor lance down to the death of the Dublin post office and kill postmaster ginger ballot at her apartment the same day store will now be sent for an evaluation to determine how long you'll be committed on set one million dollars Tuesday for the man is charged with killing his neighbor in Circleville Monday night thirty three year old Gregory hard minis charged with aggravated murder and he could be facing arson charges after he a. Lee beat suffocated and then set the victim on fire inside his own apartment apartment will be back in court on October third and it could be facing the death penalty if he is convicted I'm Alison Wyant reporting the victims been identified as fifty seven year old Raymond Dixon a rare painting founded an elderly woman's kitchen in France is worth millions of dollars a painting called Christ mocked was created by thirteenth century renaissance artist chi mobile way the master piece has been hanging above a hot plate used for cooking food in a town near Paris it is scheduled to hit the auction block next month and experts believe it could fetch as much as six and a half million dollars Phil Hewlett NBC news radio radio six ten WTVN sports lock eyes with another practice days to get ready for prime time visit to Nebraska Saturday I coach Ryan day preparing the same way this week but admits this doesn't feel like just another game this is something we've talked about it for a long time this game and we know what a child is going to be to go on the road and and how big of a when it would be to get on the road at a tough place to play and they'll be all jacked up I mean it's going to be electric environment with game day there and so well we have to handle it always you to rescue seven thirty Saturday night on a BC six baseball the Indian still half game back in the wild car race or at the white Sox tonight Reds host Milwaukee or Marty Brennaman last night game hockey night blue jackets continue the preseason and buffalo Manacor use radio six ten WTVN I'm Scott Jennings stay connected the Columbus and central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A fifty seven year old man Warrick fire officials say it's just the latest example of the power of those currents pointing out the signs warning of the potential danger I don't wanna say frequently find a job they're telling people not to go out there it is worth noting there are designated swimming areas at can I make a point one of them just a few hundred feet away from where this all happened an official saying that distance can be the difference thing getting caught in those currents nine minutes after six o'clock tell moony in the pro Joe over the weekend said that security offices in Cranston at the state's juvenile detention facility say the continue to win during regular assaults by residents as the administration balks at allowing such protective tools as pepper spray and body armor there administrators at the department of children youth and families they run a training school by the way say quote they pay a lot of lip service to safety but at the end of the day they're more concerned about appearance it's always about the philosophical issue that's according to Steve here's the president of the local three fourteen or island council telling the journal on Saturday the union represents workers at the Rhode Island training school for use in Cranston but a spokesperson for DC why F. Kerry white said over the weekend that what's in dispute is not a difference in philosophy saying it's a matter of that hearing to best practices and standards for juvenile facilities white saying that the pepper spray is prohibited by most juvenile facilities around the country because it's documented she said in that white says that pepper spray is all too often used inappropriately in places both staff and youth at risk so the training school guards continue to push for the use of pepper spray and possibly body armor to ten minutes after six so to the highways again into the KC classic burger bar traffic center check in with John him but again from the FCC by traffic in the six that connector dean's three ninety five looking good so far by Thurber's Avenue did have some early morning road work in one ninety five by the state line looks like their ad of their traffic is getting Frew anyway see a problem called Providence auto body traffic tip line eight six six nine nine nine seventy two hundred with your southern New England traffic I'm John hapless watch free TV with an antenna or some of your local channels missing find them again your T. V. using your remote.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nineteenth singer. Paula Abdul forever. Our girl is fifty seven years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. A United Nations investigator accuses Saudi Arabia of masterminding the killing of Saudi journalist democracy. Gee, Lisa line has more from Geneva, the U N investigator on this column access Khashoggi's killing October was the result of a laborat- planning by high level Saudi officials. She says the plot to kill the Saudi journalists involved, extensive coordination and significant human, and financial resources, she'd flatly states, that kashogi is murder was premeditated and says, it constitutes an international crime Calamar says she's troubled by the lack of affective international response to kashogi execution. She says few states have taken any legal political or diplomatic actions to hold the Saudis accountable for their crime for NPR news. I'm Lisa Shlein in Geneva. A house panel is debating the subject of reparations to the. Ascendants of enslaved Africans. Tennessee democrat, Steve Cohen is co sponsoring a Bill that would create a commission to study the matter. He says it would also consider whether there should be a national apology for the crime against humanity, slavery, and the subsequent racial discrimination endured, by African Americans. Slavery was our nation's original sin, our constitution protected embody in various compromises, that gave this proportion power to slave states. Some Republicans oppose this Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says there shouldn't be reparations for something that happened more than one hundred fifty years ago. Author joy Harjo has been named the new u s poet, laureate as NPR's Lynn neary reports Harjo was the first native American to hold the position in announcing the appointment librarian of congress. Carla Hayden said, Harjo has championed the art of poetry for four decades. Harjo the author of eight poetry collections. With a new one to out an August is a member of the Muskogee creek nation. Her poems often drawn the myths and stories of native Americans. She says she has always seen herself as an ambassador for poetry and hopes for new position will help open more doors, for native American writers. It's quite an honor. I bear that honor on behalf of the people and my ancestors. That's really exciting. Harjo succeeds, Tracy k Smith who has been poet laureate for two years. Harjo takes over the position in the fall. Lynn neary, NPR news, Washington. The passenger rail line. Amtrak says that trains travelling between north Philadelphia. And New York are now stopped Amtrak's overhead power issues are to blame. It's not clear how many trains or passengers are affected. On Wall Street, stocks were mixed. The Dow Jones industrial average is up fifty seven points at twenty six thousand five hundred twenty three the NASDAQ is down six at seventy nine forty eight. This is NPR. From kqed news. I'm Brian watt. San Francisco supervisors are moving toward a first in the nation ban on the sale of electronic cigarettes in the city. Their vote yesterday was unanimous cake. Peter Jon Shuler reports. If signed by mayor London breed, the ordinance would temporarily stop the sale and distribution of vaping products until the federal food and Drug administration. Completes review of their health effects supervisor Shimon, Walton authored the Bill. We spent the nineties battling big tobacco. And now we see it's new form through e cigarettes. I'm not gonna put profits victim beco- over the health of our children in our young people supervisor, Gordon, mar while supporting the measure expressed concerns, I am concerned about the impacts of the legislation on small businesses, especially our corner stores markets and liquor stores. Many owned by immigrants and people of color, vaping advocates argue e cigarettes.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Not seen in one hundred fifty seven years downstream in Burlington. They're not taking any chances Davenport. Yeah. You you have to understand that there's risks. You're holding back a river with with sandboxes. So there needs to be cautioned that is dig McGregor. He is the assistant city manager for public works in Burlington seven people have died in the flooding since Monday also flash flooding in Austin, Texas, where motorists is missing several vehicles swept away Chopard downs lashing in the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. The jumper went down the Chesapeake Bay about twenty miles southeast of Annapolis to people were on board. A thirty eight year old pilot and thirty six year old passenger debris was spotted in the water, including a bag. That contained the flight. Log and maintenance record the helicopter was rented to the pilot early. Saturday. No word on what caused the crash. Chris Demeo, Fox News and just moments ago. The bodies of that pilot and passenger were recovered seven dead when a military helicopter went down. And Venezuela all seven military officers said to be on the way to a rally held by President Nicolas Maduro US, however, supporting the opposition leader on why do not at St. seize your courage and action, we see proudly reclaiming the freedom and democracy that is rightfully yours. With meyer. You we stand with you secretary of state, Mike Pompeo to now confirmed dead and Illinois followed that explosion that occurred at a silicon plant Friday night and mckeon alarm sound.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He's fifty seven years old. He's divorced with three children is high blood pressure and back disease. Head back surgery came to me in a wheelchair with prostate cancer, his appearance of the cancers Gleason seven hundred the microscope. The blood test was five point two. And he was scheduled for surgery at one of the biggest hospitals in your city, even though he had back disease and back surgery and back problems those in a wheelchair they were still going to. Cut on his prostate. And we know that for Gleason seven cancer their success rate is sixty percent our success. It's ninety percent is van knocked Tori, wakes up twice a night to urinate. He stopped always medicines. I examined him his prostate was enlarged. He came to because our success rates ninety percent their success rate with radical robotic surgery is sixty percent. And with us most likely he'll keep his sex life in his urinary life with radical surgery robotic surgery, most likely he'll lose his sex life and urinary life. And by the way, we have a new prostate two-part DVD, which we're happy to give to you. Or sent you. You can call us. Just call our office day or night to get that at two and two choices two and two two four six forty to thirty seven. This is a man who is scheduled for surgery at one of the big hospitals. And he's smart. He wasn't shamed. To cancel his surgery. When he heard the success rate was fifty percent better here with Dr Liederman at thirty eighty. Broadway. And they didn't have to have that radical robotic surgery to have his prostate removed. He didn't have to be in the hospital have to have the anesthesia the convalescence or the leakage of urine or impotence or incontinence. Or no. And that's why he chose our treatment here at thirteen four Broadway. Broadway and thirtieth street in the heart of New York City where we treat so many men and women with cancer or a dedicated independent cancer treatment center, we.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Fifty seven year old Patrick Murphy was set to die for being part of the notorious Texas seven who broke out of prison and killed an Irving police officer during a robbery on Christmas Eve two thousand four of these seven have already been executed. Murphy had another remain on death row and another committed suicide or Southwest Airlines has lost one hundred fifty million dollars in revenue in part because the grounding in its nearly three dozen Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight jets during the first quarter of this year, south west cancelled ninety four hundred flights twenty eight hundred were because of the Boeing grounding, another twenty eight hundred were the result of an issue with the mechanics union. Now, the airline says they're working hard to manage the disruptions. But the cancellations have reduced the airline's first quarter estimated growth from. Three point five percent. To one percent, all 737 max aircraft were grounded earlier this month. After an Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed one hundred fifty seven people, and that's Lisa's Z reporting. Speaking it El Paso, the head of customs border protection says they're holding stations are so overcrowded that for the first time in a decade. They're releasing migrants directly into the United States. He's begging lawmakers for resources, but Senator John Cornyn of Texas says don't hold your breath in a place where Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer and President Trump can't agree on the time of day. It's very very hard to see where that solution might come from. He says the numbers proved that there is a national emergency on the border, Texas is promising to look into a decision to keep Chick-fil-A out of San Antonio international airport. Attorney general Ken Paxton says San Antonio discriminated against the restaurant when the city council denied them a contract last week. I'm Eric sharp Sun City crap beer fast. Powered by iheartmedia. Reach. Turns to the convention center. Plaza on Saturday March thirtieth and Sunday, March thirty first checkout over one.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on KQED Radio

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13:35 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And from listeners like you who donate to this NPR station. Welcome back to one A on this Valentine's Day. It's Todd's will like and we're talking about love in the second half of life. Here's a message that one of you left in our inbox. I fell in love when I was sixty one actually fell in love when I was fifty nine and got married when I was sixty one and it's been wonderful. We refer to ourselves as seen agers senior citizen teenagers. We're talking to sociologist Eric Klein Enberg author of going solo the extraordinary rise and the surprising appeal of living alone. Six allergist pepper Schwartz. And that was Laura dossey who's a podcast host here at WFAN WMU, David from Alexandria, Virginia sent us this E mail. I don't wanna meet someone online. It makes me nervous. I wanna find a physical place to meet interesting people. Are there any suggestions where I might be able to find other people who want a non digital first interaction? We will get to that. When we get back with our guests. I Jim is on the line for Michigan. Jim you're sixty one years old you've been divorced for six years. Give us an update I'm not finding that out there. I've tried electron IQ. I volunteer. I work with children with other adults and cross country ski clubs kayak clubs canoe clubs, though out dancing, and I'm not finding it. And they say there's more women than men. I don't know where they are. Jim. Let me ask Laura about this. Lord, Jim is as social and is active is as can be it sounds like he's interested. The numbers are supposed to be on his side. He's out there doing physical things. He's he's ready to mingle for sure what else can you do. Well at going back to the novelists. Sophie, I when I interviewed her yesterday, just coincidentally she was talking about don't seek find. And I just kind of love that. In other words, keep doing what you're doing live your life do things that interest. You there are plenty of meet up groups and going back to the David from Alexandria. A non digital way to meet people find people with like minded interests and just continue to do what you love to do and see see what the universe springs to you. Let's go to Judy who's in Saint Paul Minnesota. With a nice story. Judy your sixty eight there in snowy Saint. Paul. What do you have to say on this Valentine's Day? Well, actually, right now, I'm seventy seven but. After two very contentious divorce when I was younger and a free stint match. I thought oh, no more of this. I'm just going to enjoy my life. Things have always wanted to join the senior rock and roll singing performs over the twin cities alive and kickin. And at one of our first gigs. I saw a man in the front row who looked so joyful and happy to be watching other people have fun that I went up to meet a MasterCard. One story short we've been together since then dancing singing acting. I think the most wonderful thing about getting older. There's two things one. You know, you know, who you want you know, what you don't want. You know, what you'll stand for what you won't you accept people for who they are and mostly that is a reverse chill. Just a much better place to be. I've never been happier. Never felt more loved understudy supportive. And we're having the time of our lives. Well, it's Valentine's Day. Honey. I love you. Have you been on Wednesday to you YouTube as well, Judy? It's a wonderful Valentine story. But look not everybody is interested. It's just as simple as that. That's totally. Okay. And we've been hearing from a lot of them as we plan the show. We've got a lot of listeners pepper commenting that they're single and loving it. Mary wrote on Facebook page at sixty five with too bad marriages in the far distant past and single for twenty years. I am comfortable in my own skin. I don't feel a need for anyone to share my life. I'm whole I myself Chris wrote on Facebook. No, thanks love being single. Nobody to answer to accept the pats. I think he feels like Lisa Ginsburg. Club pepper. It's we don't want to have the attitude. You must have a life full of romance and love and and sex. That's great when you're seventy five or seventy six some people. Don't choose it. And they give Ellen tines Descartes's too. Todd. Let me just say this. I believe that we grow best with intimate relationships that we can protect ourselves. If in fact, we've had terrible marriages awful divorces bruised and beaten by the kinds of experience, we've had were naturally going to take, you know. A hand off of a of a hot plate because it hurts. I think sometimes people put together their defenses, and they make a choice not to go through that. Again. They may not feel they pick well, enough, etc. I think there are many good reasons to be single, and I see very successful single lives. But I'm a romantic person. I believe that life is lived well with with shoot, certainly family and friends, but also a lover somebody you really care about someone who has your back. Someone stands you in a way that has a romantic or sexual aspect to it. It's not necessary for everyone wouldn't want to give up on it. Just because you know, the experience has been bad, and I will say one more thing 'cause I really wanna contradict the idea of just go along with your life. If I stayed in my house and waited for someone to knock on the door to offer me a job connecting to get employed. I think you have to be active in search of someone if you really want them, and that means shaking up your life because if your everyday life was bringing it to you you would have have someone to be with our people, happy alone. Yes. Do I think that having someone you love add something to your life? I sure do and Eric. Annenberg? Some people are happy alone. Many many people are not. But the simple fact is there are just way more people living alone now than there used to be age. Demographics are part of it. But more younger people are living alone as well. That's right. There's a whole new stage of life where young people who might have gotten married in another generation realize that the way to become an adult. These days is to get a place of your own. And so they're all these young people now who are having five ten fifteen years of being single and developing a set of skills for staying socially active for building relationships in the context of a very different kind of domestic arrangement. And I think this is going to change the way that younger generations old age and experience relationships as well. Let's go back to the phones. I wanna talk to sue who's in Kalamazoo. Michigan. Sue, you're seventy and single, right? What do you have to say on this Valentine's Day? I'm in the last third of my life, not the last half of my life, and I've gone through three failed. Marriages and the last one was eighteen years all of them were very traditional marriages. And I don't think that's the digital marriage for me. Anyway, works thing more. I am looking for a good relationship, and it doesn't have to be sexual, and that seems to be what everybody that I've met who internet internet dating is involved with they they talk about being very romantic, and their idea of very romantic is that they want to have sex, and I think that you can be very romantic and the an interest. Partner and not have to have that part of your life. Sue, thanks for calling. Let's go to Carol who's in Delaware. Carol. You were married for a very very long time. In fact, you had a golden anniversary. Oh, yes. My husband, and I were married for fifty seven years before he passed away and eighty almost eighty one now, and I took care of him for the last five years of his life. He had Parkinson's and he'd had a stroke. But he also kept a sense of humor in towards the end. He jokingly asked me if I. Oh, what's going to marry again after he was gone? And I said, no, I don't think I wanna take care of anymore old, man. But no, I seriously I I have gone back to some of the activities that I was participating in before I had to care for him. But I made sure that he stayed at home with lots of help. So we had a good happy marriage, and I miss him. And I wished him happy downtimes day and his birthday was two days. I keep him. Posted on Facebook with all my remembrance. Well, Carol thank you for sharing your story with us on this Valentine's Day, we appreciate it so much. We got this tweet from Comilla. She said we live longer outlive. Marriages women have careers own money after fifty no need for men after thirty eight years with a husband. I got a girlfriend we enjoy the same things and the sex is far better pepper. Let's talk about dating while grayer over fifty in the LGBTQ community. We had one tweet from a listener before who said he gets interest from younger guys. Maybe who are I know looking for an older guy to just play around with? That's what it sounded like at least. Anyway, I don't know if those are for a longer term relationships, but let's talk a little bit about dynamics when you're LGBTQ. Let me take a minute and say, I'm like, you're listening to one A. Pepper. Go right ahead. Well, first of all, I think there is a there are a lot of relationships in the gay community. But among men where a younger man really likes a guy who's a lot older and not just to play around. It's a, you know, older men have a lot to offer in both gay and heterosexual worlds. And so they're not trivial. I could name you a bunch. I know and as far as women women's sexuality is I think much more flexible and women fall in love with somebody who is a wonderful human being and sometimes gender doesn't matter. So I think a lot of older women kind of open up their hearts, and if they need somebody who's terrific, you know, that conceptualize the relationship because often intimacy is the root for women in that would spark see the sexual feelings in them. So, you know, we're a lot more fluid than perhaps we're comfortable with we think of the world in terms of gains. Straight. But the the spectrum is a lot more complex than that Laura's dossier redhead yet talking about a flu entity. And also how you reorganize your life. I heard a story beautiful story two men who have been married for a long time. Both realized they were gay and in love, they did not want a divorce their respective wives. Because they were business owners and wanted to make sure that their wives were well taken care of and could be still have health insurance. So they permanently separated with their wives knowledge and everybody was happy about it. And the two men were together but still legally married to their respective wives. I think I've seen sitcoms with this through. Thank you. Tomlin show. Here's another area where the cultural change is really powerful. And the fact that we live in a world where we are more, tolerant and open and understanding and different kinds of relationships and sexualities are less. Stigmatized means that future generations will have more capacity to enter into meaningful relationships at work for them. And they and they won't have to worry about a lot of the things. I think have limited us so. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I want you to get into that a little bit deeper because what what Laura was saying made me remember, a Jane Fonda and lily Tomlin TV show that I've seen, but there's a lot more behind that somebody decided that this was a great thing to make a television show about that. It would be a hit forget about just the actors involved Martin sheen and everybody else, but there was an audience for this kind of story where older people are fluid and changing changing their lives. Getting divorced trying relationships with other men, life, changes and Netflix. I think decided this is very current because there's been a theme of our conversation right that when you're younger, especially you tend to be concerned not just about what works for you. But about how you will appear to others. You're concerned about your reputation. You want to be accepted? You might wanna please your parents you wanna fit in as we get older and become more comfortable with ourselves. We get a more clear sense of what it is that we want, and we might get a little more bold about the decisions we make in our relationship. Chips and our lifestyles. And so I think one of the really liberating exciting things about entering into this later life stage as you can live the way that you want to..

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

16:02 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And he has brought us through the night. He has awakened us for this day this day full of opportunities this day full of blessings from God and his blessings your. Everywhere. Oh, you have to do is look we don't show much. We take so much for granted or we complain. But if you would love you would see the hand of the Lord just about everywhere. And so here, we are his representatives here on this earth. It is in common upon us to spread the life changing. Lifesaving gospel message of Jesus Christ. And this is how he has chosen to do. It tells us in Romans STAN. Blessed are the feet and how beautiful are the feet of those who preach the gospel. So that means every one of you who are Christians, boarding and believers are preachers because you have the gospel message, and you can deliver it, and this is how we pass it on one to another so praised award thanking him for all that he does for me in my house, and our church family are radio family. God bless you. If you're new to our program, we are in defense of truce. We have been on the air nonstop. Since June of nineteen sixty three. Yes. That is a long time. Fifty six years we're coming up on. And we'll be getting our fifty seventh year this summer. Dr John decker. I put this program on the air as he always told me it was needed. That's why we went on the air. It was needed. And all I can say is if it was needed, then it is even need it more. So now our country is as divided now as it's ever been, and I'm including the civil war, and I know I wasn't alive back then. But I cannot imagine Americans having such hatred for one another. And it's all based while it's based in large part on our culture. And we know that the culture wars me going off for many years, we we're not doing too. Well it. But that's beside the point we have a message to deliver. I think it's because number of reasons to government, of course, being one the people who vote those people into government being another. But the church the church is just as much at fault. As anyone? Church. Pulpits are used to regulate the spiritual condition of God's people. Born again, people Christian people come in church, and they listen to the word of God as it is given them by their pastor, and it is to regulate our spiritual condition, and then we are to take that out into the communities and it should affect the nation. Unfortunately, there are too many pastors today who are lukewarm cowards. They're afraid to stand on the word of God. Liberal pastors. You're coming out of liberal seminary? Stay have liberal agendas, and they will not speak the truth. And again, there's many reasons for that. But the bottom line is the word of God is not getting proclaimed as it has been given to us because of this. We see what has happened to the institution of marriage. It is falling apart and our nation and millions of babies continue to be murdered in the and now as we see in New York and Virginia and probably other states as well. You can kill a baby after they're born. This is bar Barrick. This this just screams for God's judgment. And it is going to come too many false prophets are in our churches. They come in. And they get into pulpit, and they preach sermons trying to appease those you're sitting into pews, but they are angering the one who is sitting on heaven Strom again, they don't care. I I don't judge people. Sometimes it's hard. Isn't it not to judge one? You see you see the fruit and the fruits not there. But I'm not judging them. I'm just saying God's judgment is coming and I pray to God that pastors in pulpits know, him know him as Lord and savior. But I fear too many do not. And so here we are. This is where we find ourselves. Now, we understand how the progressive in this country. Think we understand how to progressives act? What they say, and what they do some of them sound like absolute lunatics. But let me tell you. It was crazy is they sound they're crazy like a FOX they are acting with a hidden agenda. But it's an agenda that we need to expose at every opportunity before. These people can put their planned or demonic plan into place. They have to tear down those things that made our country great in the first place, you know, our founders again, the vast majority of our founders, their their wives their families were born again Christian people, and they tied the founding documents of our country to the word of God. And this has been a country founded on Judeo Christian mornings from the very beginning. Even before that go back go all the way back to fourteen ninety two when Columbus sailed the ocean. Blue isn't that how the rhyme goes? And he came over to the Caribbean, and he was planning across on every island. You know? I it just it makes me crazy when I hear what's going on in schools today on Columbus Day and how they scream at that. He's a racist and his statues must be torn down. No read the quotes read. What he wrote in? The captain's log on board the ship that he wrote on. And he was looking to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the heathen. And that's what anyone is who doesn't know Christ in a saving way, you're a heathen you're lost in your sins. But you could go all the way back to Columbus and move forward all through the early colonial days in our country. Well, we add pastors who were into pulpit, and they were preaching the word of God. And then they would get on horseback. And they would ride to the next village in preach it again. And this was when the word of God, this was when we had great fires of revival in our nation. And then of course, we declared our independence from King, George and Great Britain. And we started going downhill and we've been going downhill ever since. But you know, the number one goal of the far left in our nation today is to destroy Christianity. Yes, they want to destroy the constitution to they want to rewrite all the laws. They want to change this country into Venezuela or Cuba or the old Soviet Union. Take your pick. But certainly their number one goal is to destroy Christianity. Because they know that that is the basis of all that we do the secular humanists have not only infiltrated our government as I said earlier, but they've also penetrated our churches. Many of the clergy are pasta. They showed out to ecumenism. Again, we read all this in the bible. It's been prophesied by Jesus and the apostles you can even go back into the Old Testament prophets have to say about this the one world order is coming. I don't know how. Close we are to it. But with it will be a one world religion. And it will be a religion that is ecumenical nature. What that means is people in various religions will compromise. Their facial that they can all join together. Under one tent, and that will be the world. Religion led by the false prophet marching in lockstep with the one world government. Of course, led by the antichrist's. That's where we're heading again. I don't know how far down the road. It is obviously we're lot closer to it now than we were in bygone days when I was a little boy growing up in the nineteen fifties. None of that was on the horizon. Oh, I suppose behind the scenes if you want to go back and look at the things that were going on with the United Nations coming out of World War Two and you want to look at things like the couch. On foreign relations to try that or commission organizations like that who always had a global take on things, and we're hoping to push the world in that direction. Well, it went from theory and being written in papers and books back into actually happening right now, we see the things on folding before our very eyes and show. What is going to happen to the true church? Well, until we are raptured until we are taking home to heaven. I believe the true church is going to be forced underground just as they are in places like China, Russia, North Korea all the totalitarian countries around the world that are run by evil dictators. The left has also taken over academia, and the media again that is that is so clear you there's no way you can. Say you can't see that. They've torn apart the family by emasculating, the fathers and killing babies. Those are the two big cultural issues are social issues of the day. Isn't it? The pro choice movement, which is really the pro death movement ever since they legalize Roe versus Wade. And over sixty million babies have been slaughtered. And of course, the the other movement that has emasculating the fathers and tearing the family apart is the the homosexual movement what they like to call the LGBTQ community. Well, they can put as many letters as they want on their wrong is wrong. And that's where they are on that. They've divided the races. They've they've pit a density politics is what it is. They pit everybody against each other. And of course, the way it stands. Now, the white man is is the evil one. We are as bad as we who are white men are as bad as you get in the eyes of society today. And so again, this is where we find ourselves. I'll tell you what the end result of all of it. It's going to be a nation in bondage. That's where we are heading. There's no way you are going to avoid that. It was a access de Tocqueville almost two hundred years ago. He was a French diplomat. And of course, he came and visited America. And he went searching to find the reason why America was show. Great. And he said America's greatness, originated in her churches, and that was because their pulpits were aflame with righteousness. Well, if he came back today, I wonder what he would think he wouldn't recognize the place. Woody. I don't recognize the place again since since I've been a young boy up until now. Things have changed and certainly not for the good. But let me just tell you. I can't speak to everything that's going on in society today. Everything that's going on within our government. But I can give you some insights into what's going on in the church and things you're getting rather heretical, and we need to identify some things we need to put our finger on them. And we need to pray pray that God's people will wake up wake up and preach the truth of God's word. I had an article sent to me by one of our radio listeners. And what it was he was quoting some points. That Todd would said may Todd woods woods is is a veteran, and he writes for the Washington Times and we thank him for his service. Of course, as we do all the veterans, and he has written an article where he lists a dozen points that or conditions. Let's call them for destroying a society. And I'm just going to get a couple of them. And then I'm going to relate it to the church. He said if I wanted to destroy an enemy society, and I had a long term focus and wanted to do it stealthily and effectively to make the society destroy itself, of course, from within I'll show too. Destroy the ability to defend itself, I would do to following. And again, this really is what what has come to be known as the deep state has been doing. And the number one thing that Mr. woods list is that he would destroy the religious ideals that built the country. It held it together a Maui it to thrive and be exceptional. Sound familiar in short? I would destroy Christianity in the west. He said, and this is how you would. Get to destroy the society at large. He says I would destroy the family the fabric of society, I would tear apart nuclear family that produced stable children future contributors to the nation's wealth and power a society that does not reproduce is a dying society. He would promote the concept toxic masculinity and extremist feminism what better way to make the society less masculine mess. Able to feel a strong military in short. He said, I would feminine is the male population making it less effective in battle. We're seeing all these things happening. Aren't we right before our very eyes? He goes on to say, I would destroy the education system. I would divide races. I would corrupt the federal government and on and on he goes and. What do we have? We have a broken society..

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Had his treatment all outpatient treatment here at thirty four Broadway. And he's doing well, and he's happy, and he's functional and he's in remission cancer free. And west speak about a woman who came to me. She's fifty seven years old, she's Jehovah's Witness, and we see many people who don't want to have surgeries many people Jehovah's Witness don't take blood. They don't want to have surgery either. Well, she came and she was found to have mid Ngoma. She fell down. She's walking down the street. You fell down. She hit her head. She lost consciousness. Her husband was with three called the ambulance. She was taken to one of the super pooper big hospitals. Did a cat scan of her brain is of the brain. They found the right Sweden Ngoma. And they plan to do surgery. I saw her on Monday. They were going to do surgery on Tuesday. And she had had headaches for a year, and they were long lasting headaches. Well, because of the fall she found out a tumor. She went to the hospital did the MRI the surgeon came in to have surgery after remove that tumor. And she was scheduled to scheduled for the next day. And well, I saw her and I saw her and evaluated her, and she was sent many people through the Jehovah's Witnesses come here because they just don't want to have radical surgery. Many people come because they don't want to radical surgery for any reason Jehovah's Witness don't accept flood, which is another reason not to have radical surgery and one of the leadership people the job witness centers. They've known Dr Liederman for twenty plus years, and she's Chavez witness, and she came to me and one more thing. I should tell you that she came to me seven years ago. Yes. Seven years ago, she came with a millennium a tumor on the covering of the brain the coverings called Menendez. She had been Ngoma a large tumor that most likely the surgeon would not have been able to remove by the I was going up close to the eye and we treated her we treated her with high success, and she just had a new MRI this week showing successful treatment of her meningioma. She's a no further treatment since our noninvasive treatment seven years ago. This is the work that.

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"fifty seven years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"fifty seven years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hearing. Prosecutors did not give details about the twenty eight new charges, but they are in addition to felony charges to which Waller is already pleaded not guilty. They're related to at least eleven sexual assaults between the early nineties in two thousand six the judge also denied a defense. Request. Limit media coverage in the courtroom KFI legal analyst Bill port Nova says that kind of request butts up against the people's first amendment rights. No, most of the time. It's the public's right to know that wins even over an accuse right in this case to what he perceives to be a fair trial Waller was found due to DNA technology similar to that used to identify Golden State. Tillerson aspect Joseph Di Angelo Waller will be back in court March eighth. John Brennan Z NewsRadio K K a Sacramento area. Man already being held without bail after being convicted of lewd acts with a minor has been arrested on new charges. The Sacramento county sheriff's department says Fifty-seven-year-old Gregory co Sankey is awaiting sentencing on his December conviction. Authorities say. The new charges are unrelated. And they believe there may be more victims in the community there. People to contact the sheriff's department investigators looking into the cause of death Eldorado county jail inmate. Anthony Marino was found unresponsive in his cell early. Friday morning died about a half hour later as part of the sheriff's critical incident protocol multiple agencies handling that investigation. The DA's office is collaborating with the south Lake Tahoe and plaza Ville police detectives in determining the man's cause of death and now at five zero seven a check of your traffic troublespot from day and a half. Well, might be southbound I five kitty at the garden highway offramp. We had a big rig and day sedan involved in an accident CHP is at the scene..

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