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Police: Man refuses mask, stabs worker at Texas restaurant
"Authorities in Texas are searching for a man who allegedly stabbed a restaurant manager trying to enforce the restaurant's policy on wearing face coverings police of league city Texas just southeast of Houston say fifty three year old James Schultz is wanted in connection with the stabbing at a Jack in the box late Wednesday night he's accused of refusing to wear a mask at the restaurant and then stabbing the shift manager with what was believed to be a pocket knife police say the manager had three stab wounds and was taken to the hospital last week Texas governor Greg Abbott lifted statewide orders requiring people to wear face masks in public many businesses have cut their own mask rules in place on Wednesday an Oregon woman was arrested in Texas city on a warrant out of Galveston after she refused to wear a mask and a bank of America branch to re write was arrested after she entered the office depot in Texas city and refused to wear a mask there as well I'm Jennifer king
SUV in crash where 13 died came through hole in border fence
"Authorities are looking into whether human smuggling is involved after thirteen people died in the collision near the U. S. Mexico border workers in winter haven California repairing a hole in the border wall where it's suspected that an SUV involved with a deadly accident no Centro group through the border patrols el Centro sector chief told the AP that surveillance video showed a Ford expedition and a Chevrolet suburban drive to the opening on Tuesday nineteen people escape the suburban after it caught on fire after entering the US that were taken into custody by border patrol agents the overloaded expedition packed with twenty five people continued on a tractor trailer struck a short time later we have been able to identify ten people of Mexican origin where these he's the accident Maria Beltran is with the consulate of Mexico some of the families are in Mexico some of them are in the United States cheaper more Watson with the California highway patrol said the SUV had only front seats the middle and back seats have been removed there are numerous people that were ejected onto the roadway as a result of this collision the people in the vehicle ranged from fifty to fifty three years of age I'm Jennifer king
Prosecutor: Capitol rioter aimed 'to take hostages'
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting authorities continue to track down suspects in last week's riot at the U. S. capitol in the aftermath of last week's storming of the U. S. capitol by a mob of supporters of president Donald Trump FBI director Christopher Wray says authorities across the nation have arrested more than a hundred individuals for their criminal activities in last week's siege at the capitol in Arkansas Peter Francis Staiger is charged with striking a problem police officer repeatedly with the flag pole during the siege in Texas to federal prosecutors said in court Thursday that a retired Air Force officer carried a zip tie handcuffs in the capital of salt because he intended to take hostages fifty three year old retired lieutenant colonel Larry rental Brock junior was arrested Sunday Mike Rossi Washington
Keith Morrison reads Dr. Seuss How The Grinch Stole Christmas
"How the grinch stole christmas by dr seuss. Every who down in whoville light. Christmas a lot but the grinch live just north of veal did not the grinch hated christmas whole christmas season. Please don't ask why no one quite knows. The reason it could be as head wasn't screwed on just right it could be. Perhaps his shoes are too tight. But i think that the most likely reason of all may have been that. His heart was two sizes too small. Whatever the reason is hard or shoes. He stood there on christmas eve. Hating the who's staring down from his cave with a sour grinchey frown. The warm lighted windows below on the town for he knew every who down in whoville beneath was busy now hanging mistletoe wreath and they're hanging stockings. E snarled with a sneer. Tomorrow is christmas it practically here. Then he growled with his grinch figures nervously drumming. I must find some way to stop christmas from a main for tomorrow. He knew all the who girls and boys would wake brighton early. They'd rush for their toys and then whole the noise show the noise. Doi's noise noise. That's one thing. He hated the noise. Noise noise noise. Then the who's young and old would sit down to a feast. And they feast on they feast and they feast. Feast feast feast. They would feast on who pudding and rare who rose beast which was something that grinch couldn't stand in the least and then they do something he liked. Leashed all every who down in whoville. The tall and this mall would stand close together with christmas bells ringing. They'd stand hand in hand and who's would start singing. They'd sing sing sing. sing sing. Sang and the more the grinch thought of the who christmas saying the more the grinch thought. I must stop this whole thing. Why for fifty three years. I've put up with it now. I'm must stop christmas from coming. But how then he got an idea. An awful idea the grinch gonna wonderful off idea. I know just what to do. The grinch laughed in his throat and he made a quick santa claus hat and a coat and he chuckled and clucked. What a great grinchey trick with this code in this hat. I'll look just like saint. Nick all i need a reindeer. The grinch looked around but since reindeer are scarce there were none to be found. Did that stop the old grinch. No the grinch simply said if. I can't find a reindeer make quan instead. So he called his dog max then. He took some red thread and he tied bighorn on the top of his head. Then he loaded some bags and symbols empty sacks on a ramshackle sleigh and he hitched up old. Max then the grinch said got up and the slaves started down toward the homes. Where the who's they snooze in their town all their windows were dark quiet. Snow filled the air. And the who's were all dreaming sweet dreams without care when it came to the little house on the square. This is stop number one. The old grinchey clause est any climbed to the roof. Empty bags his fist then. He slid down the chimney around tight pinch but if santa could do it then socal the grinch he got stuck only once for a moment or two then. He stuck his head out of the fireplace flu where the little who stockings all hung in a row. These stockings grin are the first things to go. Then he slithered and slunk with a smile most unpleasant around the whole route and he took every president. Pop guns bicycles roller-skates drums checkerboards tricycles popcorn plums. And he stuffed them in day than the grinch buried nibley stuff dole the bags one by one then. He slumped to the ice box. He took the who feast. He took a who pudding. He took the roast beast. He cleaned out the icebox. Quick flash way the grinch even took the last can of who hash
Nikki Haley says her sister-in-law died of COVID-19
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Nikki Haley says her sister in law died of cold in nineteen former U. N. ambassador Nikki Haley says her sister in law has died after contracting the corona virus in a tweet Tuesday evening Haley wrote that Rhonda Lee Nelson the sister of her husband Michael passed away before thanksgiving of cove it according to an online obituary the fifty three year old Nelson lived in west Milton Ohio AV resigned as governor of South Carolina in January twenty seventeen after being selected by president Donald Trump to be the U. S. ambassador to the United Nations she served at the U. N. until December twenty eighteen hi Mike Rossio
Political Ad Nauseam
"As much as campaigns want to keep spending secret federal law actually requires TV stations around the country to disclose all the political ads, the campaigns by and those TV ads account for something in the ballpark of sixty percent of campaign ads. Spending a lot of the rest is stuff like Google and facebook ads at those companies actually don't have to disclose as much information about the ads. So today we're going to focus on. TV. Spending the majority of the spending. So think of the United States as a giant game board to campaigns walk around the board they put some of their ad money down this part. Of the country a little bit more over here, and the way they put that money down tells us what places they think are most important for winning the election. If you're looking just at the state level, the bronze medal goes to Wisconsin Sixty, four, million dollars, worth of TV ads they're not surprising. Wisconsin was one of those states that trump flipped from the democratic column back in Two Thousand Sixteen Silver Medal Pennsylvania with one hundred, seven, million dollars worth of TV ads also not surprising Purple State with twenty electoral votes and in first place with one. Hundred thirty, three, million dollars America's favorite election meltdown waiting. Oh Florida, my beloved Florida. Now, this is just are beginning calculation. We're going to dig in more, but there are lessons to learn just looking at the big picture the big campaign game board. Yes. So so take Florida this is not a monolithic place. You're going to have super republican areas like the panhandle and then big democratic areas around places like Miami and you might imagine that the most. Cost effective thing is for the Republicans to completely pull out of the democratic strongholds and vice versa. But in fact, neither political party is doing that the whole state is getting bombarded with ads from both sides Daniel. Butterfield. From the Super PAC PRIORITIES USA she says it can start to turn into something like an arms race. So when you see your opponent spending money in a market, it really raises The question of should I be spending money there to to keep up area competitive and if you want to understand why political spending just keeps going up, it's at least partly because of his arms race if your opponents bins more in, Tampa you have to spend more in Tampa which in turn makes the cost of ads in. Tampa that much more expensive. Next thing you know you blue one. Hundred thirty, three, million dollars in Florida. Danielle says, the arms race thing is not just irrational fear. There's a real electoral cost to waving the white flag in a particular area. If you're in an ad market and your opponent clears out, that is great news for you. You have the airwaves to yourself. Your advertising goes a lot further in terms of impact than if you have to opponents that are. Driving opposite messages is there like a particular tipping point to that that sort of campaign folks like you gotTa. Spend the twenty percent otherwise. Like what counts as as not being drowned out. Good? Yeah. There is actually a lot of areas some data behind like what is the particular percentage that is required? It's I'd say that's probably more of a secret sauce that I wouldn't necessarily WanNa name on this podcast for you know that numbers, you're just tell me. I I. Know. Roughly what percentage I think is useful is, is it twenty three percent? You got it. But okay. So fine lots of money being spent in Florida but this is not a very specific answer to our question who is the most expensive voter we want to be more granular, which is why we got her hands on a more precise data set. Thank you advertising analytics. This data set is GonNa let zoom in on every single television market in the entire country. So for example, we know that forty million dollars has been spent in the Orlando Daytona. Beach Melbourne market. Compare that to the grand rapids, Kalamazoo Battle Creek Michigan market where it's twelve million dollars and sure there's more people in Orlando but still, how are the campaigns arriving at exactly forty million and exactly twelve million to help answer that we brought in some help Michael Beach. CEO. Crushing Media Michael Runs an advertising analytics company now, but he has worked in the past for the presidential campaigns of George W Bush John McCain Mitt Romney, and the reason we wanted to talk to Michael is his whole job. is to figure out where companies or sometimes political campaigns should place millions of dollars. Worth of ads Michael has all this fancy proprietary software. If you're an advertiser, he can tell you whether you should be focusing your ads on like Republicans, with Minivans are Democrats ride motorcycles or neither. He's got all these different attributes in his computer thousands of attributes for. Anything from certain partisanship to likelihood to buy a Ford truck into those do those specific categories correlate. Yes and no it like it's pretty geographic if you're looking at northeast, Ohio or you're you know. You're in Alabama in the Senate race. that. Wouldn't be a probably a good signal. Reich is like. As owner everyone drive structure. Now, the reason we went to Michael is because we thought it might be interesting to look at how many dollars were being spent on any given swing voter swing voters in theory are people who might be influenced by a political ad. The problem is it is very hard to pin down exactly how many of these people are out there but Michael Software can at least take a stab at it what is GonNa do is go through all these data sets to first identify how many likely voters there are in a particular TV market and then identify which of those has even the tiniest probability of changing their vote and a lot of this calculation is just sifting out the diehards. If you are somebody who voted in the last five, Democratic primaries were every year you donate to the R. N. C. You are out. But maybe your party affiliation switched a couple of times. Maybe you're a first time voter that may put you in this bucket the basically using generic party model and generic it's party not not candidate. Driven in other words, we're estimating voters chances to swing between Democrat and Republican as opposed to trump and biden specifically. But there's still does give us a way to compare across TV markets and when you re ranked the country based on dollars spent per swing voter the markets are not in Florida. In fact, the top five ad markets are all in Pennsylvania and number one on that list where campaigns are spending around ninety dollars per likely swing voter. Is My home television market the region in western Pennsylvania in and around Erie Pennsylvania. Okay. So Kenny you grew up there like what is it? What is the what are we talking about just to be clear I grew up in Meadville which is south of Erie, but it's in the market and like yeah, this is a region with a lot of manufacturing jobs these jobs have been leaving. It's predominantly white its having the. Same kind of brain drain problem that a lot of the other parts of the so-called rust belt are having. But look like I don't know anything about who a potential swing voter would be in the Erie television market. This is why we have Michael's fancy software. It can help us understand who that is. What can we know about the Eerie Market area? How does it compare to the rest of the country? Like who's there? It opened up my magic machine here. Michael Punches Eerie plugs in a few numbers so it's running. Then he opens up a tab that lets us compare the Erie population as a whole to just the likely swing voters. So now I look at in. Eerie. For instance, the average adult is fifty three years old if you just take the whole population in the market. Target, audience if you said. swing likely to turn out is forty seven other words. Michael's machine is telling us that the average swing voter is is six years younger than the average, their forty, seven years old, and the other incredible thing about Michael's machine is that it's also able to spit out this whole media plan for how to reach those people. The machine can name the single TV show watched by the most swing voters. Each week that show in the Eerie area is the OT on Fox football shows or wrap up of the day's games. That'd be fair. that is one of the most watched shows in the entire country. But the numbers do show that in terms of efficiency like sports would be a pretty good way to get your ad in front of a decent chunk of swing voters in Erie Pennsylvania Espn you can reach sixty percent on eerie and a week. Again, this target in this market if the secret to understanding what the campaigns are thinking is to learn where the most money is being spent per swing voter. That place
Court papers: Woman wrote 'give up' in ricin note to Trump
"Hi Mike Crossey reporting court papers say a package sent to the White House that allegedly contained ricin also included a note to the president according to court papers a Canadian woman accused of mailing a package containing ricin to the White House included a threatening letter in the package an FBI affidavit states the letter told president Donald Trump to give up and remove your application for this election fifty three year old US Gulf area of Quebec was arrested Sunday at the U. S. Canada border she made her first court appearance Tuesday in federal court in buffalo New York were U. S. magistrate judge entered a not guilty plea on her behalf the package never made it to the White House it was intercepted at a mail sorting facility it Friday Mike Rossio Washington
Elizabeth Wetmore: Valentine
"Today. I'm very pleased and excited. My favorite thing on bookworm is when I'm talking to a first novelist. And it someone whose work I have not previously known my guest on the show today is a booth wet more Beth wet more. Her book is called Valentine. It's published by Harper and it's novel. Beth. Wet more is fifty three years old and this is her first. Book, she's published many short stories in many of the best literary journals, the Kenyon, Review Colorado Review but this is her first time in hardcover. Tell me Beth what feel nights is finally see the book in hardcover. Well. It's all been a little unreal honestly. I worked on the book for a long time and I was ready to have the editor sort of wrestle out of my hands. Honestly I think if if she hadn't wrestled it out of my hands, I'd probably still be tinkering with it to tell you the truth and even now I occasionally spot a sentence or a paragraph that I think, Oh, I'd like to have a do over on that. But on the whole, it's been wonderful and surprising to me I think I. Expected The book to come out very quietly and and so it's been. Marvelous to see how many people have reacted to it in such a positive way and how meaningful it's been to some people. Yes the book has made its debut as number two when it came out on the New York Times bestseller list and it's set where Beth was born in West Texas in Odessa. Now, if you're me, you think Odessa that's near where my family come from in Russia this is Odessa in. West Texas how does it get its name? Well it depends on who you ask You know the they're part of Texas was settled pretty late in the early eighteen eighty s and depending on on what piece of local you believe it was it was named Odessa in part because of the sort of grasslands that that people said resembled the Odessa in Ukraine. And and and that's really been the most sort of certain story I've heard. No was Texas. is known for its. Economy. I'm sure most of my listeners will know this but what is an oil patch? Well. Odessa is in the Permian Basin which is about eighty, six, thousand square miles inside. So and and of course, West Texas and. is is even more vast right than the Permian basin and it's an oil and natural gas rich region of the country I read recently actually that actually until the until the pandemic, it was on pace to outpace Saudi Arabia for the biggest production in world in the next five years That's slow down and been derailed a little bit by the pandemic of course but it's so an oil patches you know a a part of the world where that is the single economy oil and natural gas. It's not a particularly pretty place in the world at least not by most people's standards I think it's beautiful. There's no other way to make a living out there other than working oil and natural gas and Odessa where I grew up on differs slightly from it sort of sister city, of Midland, which is about twenty three miles away in the sense that Odessa's a very working class town most of the people who live and work in Odessa do the. Blue collar work of the oil patch. So they work is the roughnecks and pipe lawler's and fitters and water haulers and That's still even today a pretty male dominated industry women in that part of the world tend to work in support roles as bartenders and waitresses preschool teachers, teachers, that sort of thing So that's where I grew up.
Hospitals Struggle to Contain Covid-19 Spread Inside Their Walls
"As the coronavirus continues its spread throughout the country, some hospitals are also struggling to contain the spread inside its walls. Well. It's only a small number of overall cases US medical centers have reported over five thousand cases of patients, catching coronavirus after being admitted there for other conditions, and that number does not include the case of medical staff that have caught the virus at work. Melanie Evans Hospital reporter at the Wall Street. Journal joins us for more on how hospitals try to protect both staff and patients from infection. Thanks for joining US Melanie. Thanks for having me wanted to talk about an interesting facet of this whole corona virus thing and how it plays out in hospitals. Obviously, people are going to hospitals to get the treatment they need. Sometimes they're spending long stays there and the hospital staff. Obviously, has to work with. With them. They have to work with regular patients as well. It can be a very difficult thing and right now. We're seeing that US. Medical centers have reported over five thousand cases of patients that caught cove in nineteen after being admitted to the hospital for other conditions I think that's that was just patients, but there's also a lot of a hospital staffers that are also catching it there from work as well. Melanie a little bit more about, please. Hospitals even outside of a pandemic. Go to some pretty extraordinary lengths to prevent infections from spreading inside the hospital itself. So you've got doctors nurses taking care of patients. Some of them have a contagious disease. You can think of measles you could think of to burke yellow says and so hospitals have all of these various strategies for trying to ensure that contagious patients don't infect hospital workers, and that the disease whatever it may be doesn't spread, and you don't get a outbreak. Hospitals began to try to adapt the way they operate in order to prevent the virus from spreading internally. What we found was that there was a pretty inconsistent approach across hospitals as the pandemic hit the United States, and so as you as you noted, hospitals are starting to report what they consider to be hospital onset cases so patients who've been exposed and contracted or respected to have contracted covid nineteen while inside of the hospital. There isn't good data for exposure of hospital staff. and. It's interesting I mean one of the things that kind of hinders. This is the reporting structure that they use to be certain that an infection occurred in a hospital. You know the federal government doesn't ask them to report everything. It's Somebody's gotta be there for at least two weeks and catch the virus there before the reported has an infection. You got there at the hospital, so there's a possibility of a bunch of other people that could have gotten it before that to expand their one of the hospitals that you. You focused on for your piece was the University of Illinois Hospital in Chicago as you were mentioning? Hospitals are trying to prevent the spread of this thing as much as they could, but even still it got through, and by mid June more than two hundred sixty nurses, clerical staff custodians texts had contracted the virus there four staff members died, so even still it's it's just tough to contain all this. The Standard, the threshold for reporting a case of a patient contracting covid nineteen inside the hospital is pretty high. It's also voluntary. So for those reasons, the infectious disease experts we talked to said the number is likely higher, so we've got about five thousand cases since May fourteen that excludes anything that occurred prior to that since May. Fourteenth there have been roughly. Five thousand cases reported voluntarily by hospitals that met as very high threshold, and to your point we looked at one specific hospital that struggled with these protocols for keeping patients and staff separate, and when we interviewed staff and the head of infection control. What we were told was. It is likely that the virus spread internally that they were investigating, but they declined to share with us. The results of their investigation, citing privacy for employees have died Joyce Hacker Bus Leblanc. She's fifty three year old nurse, Juan Martinez and. Room technician who worked on the third floor, Maria Lopez a nurse, who on the third, floor operating unit. And then FLA botanist Edward Starling. He's sixty years old and he died on June seventeenth. You know speaking to what you're saying about. Some of these protocols they isolate infected patients. The buildings are engineered to help reduce the viral spread. A lot of people talk about these negative pressure rooms, which kind of sucked the air out so the virus staying there, but then there's other research that shows that there's been a particles of the virus kind of hallways outside of those rooms, so it's a very difficult thing to. To contain and be clear these numbers that we're talking about these over five thousand cases, these are a very small fraction of the overall number of cases, but you know it's hard to for a lot of people to feel comfortable there. If certain things like these are happening you know, it just complicates everything. contact tracing is difficult in the hospitals especially at the University of Illinois Hospital that we're talking about at one point, there were so many people are getting sick and was the contact tracing their. They continue to work to boost their infection control practices. As we reported this story, we talked to hospitals across the United States over several weeks and the course of that reporting. hustles described the ways enrich their protocols, and their efforts were changing so early in the pandemic testing was limited. There was no requirement that everybody wear a mask. Now taking is more widespread and hospitals have policies that require universal masking patients and staff are being asked to wear masts to help slow the spread of the virus hospitals in the course of the pandemic raced to reengineer their ventilation systems and add negative pressure rooms, so yes, it is sort of involving response by US hospitals in order to try to contain any possible outbreaks. Hopefully as we continue to get through this, the hospitals can learn to manage it as best they
Venues Across U.S. Begin to Reopen During Pandemic
"With virus restrictions being eased across the country some familiar venues are coming back but others aren't quite ready universal Orlando became the first of central Florida's theme parks to welcome back visitors starting earlier this week with the annual passholders and now opening its doors to the general public people need to wear face masks and security is checking temperatures at the gate there are markers to keep people six feet apart and workers are wiping down surfaces and handrails sea world in Orlando is set to open next week and Disney world next month but the famous world dairy expo in Madison Wisconsin had to be scrubbed in September the first cancellation in its fifty three year history and while the Indianapolis Motor Speedway had hoped to have fans in the stands for the July fourth weekend the Indy car NASCAR doubleheader will run without spectators hi Jackie Quinn
Second man charged in murder of daycare worker in Altgeld Gardens, Chicago
"Chicago police have charged a second man in the murder of a daycare worker who was killed last fall avion king appeared in bond court today prosecutors say he's one of the six men who mistook fifty three year old Kimberly Underwood for a gang member three people in the group fired at Underwood as she parked her car in Altgeld gardens on one hundred thirty second street last November surveillance video helped cal you met city police identified king as a suspect demande York was charged under was murdered last
AP source: Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen to be released from prison
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting any peace source says former trump lawyer Michael Cohen will be released from prison Thursday Michael Cohen president Donald trump's long time personal lawyer and self described fixer will be released from prison Thursday a person familiar with the matter tells the Associated Press the person who spoke on condition of anonymity says Cohen who has been serving a federal prison sentence at FCI Otisville New York is expected to serve the remainder of his sentence at home the fifty three year old Colin pleaded guilty to numerous charges including campaign finance fraud and lying to Congress he began serving his sentence last may and was scheduled to be released from prison in November twenty twenty one Mike Crossey up Washington
Boston Police Officer Dies Of Coronavirus
"Walsh is the front edge was fifty three years old and a resident of the city of Boston is a twenty nine year member of the Boston police department joining the force in nineteen ninety one he served district E. thirteen in Jamaica plain since nineteen ninety six there's still a quarter of a century serving one community Jose Fonte as was married with four children and a
Today's Morons...There's no licking at the grocery store
"One of things that this terrible global pandemic created for all of us a whole new category of war on in the news. And that's the person who thinks the viruses a hoax and they go in and they commit all sorts of acts of assault and vandalism using their bodily fluids and coughing sneezing as more of the day is Jennifer Walker. She comes to us from South Lake. Tahoe and she went into a first restores. Landau a safe place for. She's fifty three years old by the way so for anybody that thinks. Oh these kids today. Every one of the people that are doing that have done. This kind of crime are all at least forty years old. She's fifty three years old. She walked into the grocery store and she began licking things and ultimately she licked nearly two thousand dollars worth of merchandise all of which had to be trashed because none of it was being saved for sale. She's been charged with felony vandalism because guess what after she licked everything it touched everything and then lifted. Some more turned out that she wasn't going to be able to pay for single one of those items so they arrested or charged with felony vandalism. They talked her into L. Dorado County jail which sounds like something on but cowboy movie. She's being held on ten thousand dollars. Bond. And because we've never had a situation with the woman living in today it's kind of unclear. What sort of punishment? We're going to have people to do this kind of thing. If you WANNA see what a fifty-three-year-old grocery licking evil person looks like tech the word Moron to eighteen sixty seven or seven. We will send it straight to your phone and you'll be automatically entered to win our special Bobby Terry Hand sanitizer which is called people. Make me sick. You know. That's the second woman in the last week or so. Who has done something like that? Do you remember the story? I had a woman who licked something like thirty two thousand dollars worth of groceries and meats and seafood and and then was arrested taken right to jail and they. That store wants money. Thirty two thousand dollars you know. Here's what I'm thinking. There is somebody who's either online or he's got a radio show. Tv show and he's calling bs on all of this and he's telling people to do things that are disrupted and there are certain amount of people who are stupid enough to listen. It's like we learned from the dark night. Some people just want to watch the world burn We had that woman in Wisconsin. Movie linking the handles of a grocery store freezer. And I don't care what you believe. Don't believe what you think or don't think if you're willing to put your tongue on something that a million people have touched you're
Greece quarantines second migrant camp after COVID-19 case confirmed
"The authorities in Greece have quarantine the second migrant camp off to one of its inhabitants tested positive for the virus the fifty three year old man from Afghanistan has been taken to hospital the mechanistic camp north of Athens will remain in quarantine for two
R. Kelly prosecutors delay singer's sex abuse trial
"R&B singer R. Kelly has pleaded not guilty to a thirteen count federal indictment that includes sex abuse allegations involving a new accuser an attorney for the fifty three year old musician entered the plea on his behalf in Chicago federal court today Kelly stood beside the attorney the superseding indictment that was unsealed last month includes multiple counts of child **** prosecutors say another superseding indictment is expected in the coming weeks this trial is now postponed till October after authorities have confiscated about a hundred electronic devices that include cell phones and hard
From immersion camps to podcasts: Innovation attracts new Indigenous language speakers
"I'm Wab Gisha. Grace inforwars dear child this week talking all about revitalizing indigenous languages on the show today in flood cracks new clock. My Indian name. I am from the new cloth. Nation in Bella. I am Learner Speaker of the folks language. That's Marlene King. And if you had told her a year ago that she would not only be teaching the new hug language but revitalizing it. She wouldn't have believed you. That's because the fifty three year old grandmother had just started relearning herself now. Marlene is part of a group of community members community with only a dozen fluent speakers working with the new college to preserve the language for future generations. She joins us now from Belqola. Hello Marlene Hi. So can you describe the approach? New Ho- college has taken to language. Revitalization hop language has been Taught in our school for like the last thirty years. Our language teachers have done an excellent job and revitalizing our language and we have sixty to return to the Nicole through another little linguistic person that works for our community who does work with our elders and our language his name is Dale. Mccreary is a vital piece of teaching. Our language is very crucial to our language. Here and Bella cool. We have now got the money to digitize and transcribed these tapes that were were handed over to our nation winner. Those tapes from they are from nineteen sixty seven nineteen sixty eight. Wow what do you expect to find on those tapes? You're going to be a lot of knowledge on these tapes leg back then like a lot of the conversation on the table at the tables. Were all in new hawk. So you know some of the forgotten words that we don't use today because we had three different dialect. We had three different villages who spoke different languages. But there were very very similar to their their stories over elders In the early sixties and seventies and they were forgotten they. They haven't been available to the people that they were just returned to nation. March two thousand nineteen and these are critical recordings and they need to be analyzed by our linguistics and I have knowledge keepers and language speakers. It's wonderful you mentioned hearing forgotten words on some of these archival recordings see. Can you tell us what may be some of those words or expressions are? I can't tell you that because I haven't heard any of the tapes myself so all of this is new late. It's all new. So they're just being digitized today today as we speak. Are you excited to hear some county? Hear it in my voice. Of course I am just so I'm ecstatic. And in that sense you know finding out some of these Words and expressions kind of like digging up treasure against say yes. It's like Goldline for our language and we really need to preserve that everybody's excited to find out what's on these tapes right We have between three of our People that speak our language to Vancouver to A training course for but we have a reel to reel tapes as well that we're not able to do those recordings rate until we get the proper equipment for those recordings and it sounds like a huge project lots of technical components to what's the biggest challenge you've come across right now is the reel to reel Because you know we don't know what these tapes because deteriorated or but they've been kept very well so were assuming that these tapes that they're still viable merlene. Why is it so vital to do this now? Because a lot of our elders And knowledge keepers have passed on. We've when two thousand ten or two thousand eleven. I believe we lost like seven allders with the Library of knowledge and language and culture. They were very crucial to our language. You know what I was given Of Given three VHS tapes that have an elder from my community. Do some teachings in some language. So I'M GONNA go try to those digitize now. I'm inspired to do that just by talking to you today. Oh that is too awesome. Awesome Merlene thank you very much for your time. Congratulations on this great project. And all the best going forward okay. Still Marlene King. Is the cultural adviser for New College in. Bella Kula BC.
The Harlem Globetrotters
"The Savoie ballroom was a jewel of jazz age. Chicago theatre opened in the nineteen twenties just before people in the United States were hit by the Great Depression which left many Americans poor and hungry throughout the difficult time. The Savoie was a place to find joy on the south side of Chicago. The building was regularly filled with residents from the largely African American neighborhood. Who gathered to dance to some of the biggest stars of the day count basie Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong? Were just a few of the people who banged out. Tunes as people jibed across the giant DANCEFLOOR. Dancefloor was so big that it actually doubled as a basketball court for the Savoy. Big Five in the late. Nineteen twenty s the five-man team hosted games to fill the slow nights in the ballroom. A young man in cab. Calloway would sometimes seeing during halftime but back then basketball wasn't very popular people cared about contests like horse racing and boxing baseball. Not The five on five game that depended on getting a ball through a hoop. It was a long way from the sport. We know much slower and much lower scoring than today. This team from Chicago would eventually work to change that. But they're Savoie audience could never have guessed how at some point. There was a dispute among the players of the Savoie five and they broke up. Three of them led by Tommy. Brooklyn's start a new team and rename themselves. The globetrotters it was an era of barnstorming. And when not at the Savoy they set out from Chicago to tour the Mid West region of America there were no organized leagues of teams and players in the Nineteen Twenties and thirties. Instead semi professional teams would travel from town to town and earn money playing teams from whatever town they were in sometimes. Businesses might have a team of employees so a barnstorming team like the globetrotters might play against some guys who had spent the whole day assembling cars canning vegetables or even driving taxi caps. Other Times barnstorming might play a team made up of members of a religious group. The House of David. Those guys never shaved so they played basketball with beards down to their bellies. Making James Harden's beard look like a five o'clock shadow soon. A young Jewish immigrant named Abe Sapper. Steam entered the picture with the globetrotters. Abe was a terrible basketball player but his other skills were valuable. He knew a lot of people who did bookings and many of these towns and more importantly he had a car these five teammates and their manager. Abe would pile into his model t like sardines attend camp and hit those cold slick winter roads. It was the nineteen twenties and they understood that random people in random midwest towns might be surprised to find that all five members of the team coming to play their local guys were African Americans. There were very few professional sports comprised of African Americans at this point so they decided to alter their name to help people know what to expect at the time. The most notable and best all black basketball team was known as the Harlem rent which was short for the Harlem Renaissance in the Nineteen Twenties and early thirties. The New York neighborhood of Harlem was an epicenter of black culture and it was a time referred to as the Harlem Renaissance. People knew about these incredible artists and musicians. Who lived there along with the writers like Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston so the globetrotters who were very much from Chicago? Ask themselves how do we make ourselves sound dignified worldly and clearly a team of African Americans the Harlem Globetrotters? Will it matter that? We're not from Harlem that we've never tried it around the globe new super nope cool. Let's pile into a small unheeded car and go beat some people in basketball and they did just that it was remarkable. How good they are. They beat nearly every team from Wisconsin. Illinois Iowa anywhere else they went then they pile back into the car and head on down the road to the next game throughout the nineteen thirties. The team built up quite a reputation. They might have been the best basketball team in the world. No one agrees on how the famous tricks came into the game. A popular explanation is that they'd slip into the fun and flashy dribbles and drives after they safely put plenty of points on the board against their opponent. This did several things one it entertain the audience. Once the actual threat of competition was gone. No one wants to watch a blowout so a fun. Show of tricks kept the locals entertained but also no one wants to watch their local fellas get trounced a group from the city coming in and wiping the home team can really anger a local audience and the Harlem globetrotters new. This trick plays would thrill any crowd and win them over. The focus slowly became not about the final score but about how much fun it was to watch these incredible athletes and their astonishing an often humorous approach to the game. I we win. And then we cloud Abe Saperstein once said now most people agree that the real clowning didn't start until a man named goose. Tatum joined the team. Goose was an incredible athlete. Who could put the basket ball through the hoop with ease? But he also had a keen eye for comedy he found inspiration and funny movies and carefully watched the acts of clowns and other entertainers his favorite gags would show up on the basketball court. Sometimes goose would tiptoe over and pretend to spy on the opposing team's huddle all while making sure the audience in on the joke other times he'd hand the refs at trick ball after a timeout upon dribbling the ball. The referee grow angry because the ball never bounced back up. It just plopped devoid of air on the ground. Sometimes goose would disappear from the court altogether while the game continued only to be found in the audience eating popcorn. He even had a bit where he would pretend to be knocked unconscious on the court. The refs in his teammates would try everything to wake him up. But no amount of shaking or poking prodding would open his eyes. It was only the smell of his own Stinky Shoe. That would get him back up on his feet again. Much to the disgust delight of the audience in Nineteen forty-eight Abe Sapper Stein was with a friend who just so happened to own a basketball team called the Minnesota Lakers. The Lakers were the best team in the brand new professional basketball league which would soon become known as the NBA. The League did not allow black players on any of their teams regardless of League affiliation and regardless of the color of the player skin each man believed his team was the best in the world. They'd never meet in a league as it was so the natural solution was to stage an exhibition game between the Lakers and the globetrotters. It didn't seem so to the men at the time but game between an all white. Nba team and an all. Black semi pro team would prove monumental. Eighteen thousand people came out to watch which was easily twice. As many people as most professional basketball games would attract the time. And despite the fact that the Lakers star center who stood six speed and ten inches tall was seven inches taller than anyone else. On the court. The globetrotters one on a last second shot. It was a powerful moment. The next season those Lakers would go on to win the National Championship. But when they played the Harlem globetrotters a second time for a second exhibition between the two teams. The globetrotters came out on top yet again. The following year the NBA ended segregation and three of those same Laker Whooping Harlem globetrotters Chuck Cooper Nat Clifton and hang designee. Became three of the I four African Americans to join the League and play professional basketball. This was nineteen fifty three years. After Jackie Robinson had broken the color barrier in baseball the globetrotters still continue their entertaining shows today. Keeping the spirit of barnstorming alive. They get a lot of credit for how they support communities and bring joy to so many and educate kids about health. But it's easy to forget about how important they were in integrating professional basketball. They now tour and play with just one team often known as the Washington generals according to most sources the globetrotters have beaten the generals over sixteen thousand times. How many times have they lost though? That question is harder to answer. But it's just a few. The most recent globetrotter loss was way back in one thousand nine hundred seventy one when both teams lost track of the score when clock expired. The generals were ahead. That was not supposed to happen. And people expected the GLOBETROTTERS TO WIN. And it's usually agreed that they will today. It's all about the show the fun and the love of basketball not the competition. This is what made that loss. So shocking reports from nine hundred. Seventy one SE. The stands were filled with silent shocked faces and even a few crying children. Luckily it's been smiles for all since then
"fifty three years" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"That my fifty three years on earth the change and twenty five percent of the world's population dying in Asia has put everything at a different level of different with the same view under the microscope China is now buying as much beef from Brazil and all straight as they possibly can Australia has been an importer beef to the United States for the lien trims to make our ground beef for for quite some time that subject to change Brazil continues to be high level of scrutiny because of JBS swept the presence in the United States I think there's plenty of problems with the consolidation in the packing sector protecting the beef business pork is a little better off because there's been expansion in infrastructure and that's coming from a diverse group of people that have come forth but I chased down some of the facts about JBS and they're not exactly what they appear to be and I know that even fox news has gotten this wrong the truth of the matter is that in less people involved in agriculture they just don't seem to grasp the facts to share them with the public I'll try to do that I'm involved in I'm not sure I can actually pull it off but I'll try first don't remind you about our beef a program it is the certified Piedmontese program now that is a Nebraska program because the cattle or just down the road about forty miles from broken bow that's were long creek cattle company and their cattle operation is based give more details about how you might be a part of the certified Piedmontese program by going to the website long creek cattle co dot com you want U. S. born bred and raised get into a branded beef the program that is the best approach so I she's been down some of these facts Brazil does not currently import fresh beef or frozen beef only cooked beef from Brazil to the United States the only time Brazil actually get import beef to us was during the Obama administration and then we found the what they call rotten beef which in fact when you trace that down it was lesions from poor administering of vaccinations in the needles which are be fault insurance program has fixed I'm just going to make this statement and I'm gonna expand upon it and the days to come it's time for the mandatory beef check off to end yes I did say that I have been a long proponent of the research and development in the marketing of beef but I think there's enough of discontent in the country it should be the producers it will there I don't think we even need a referendum I think that the administrators of this program cattlemen's beef board and national cattlemen's beef association should just say you know what USDA it's time for this to be over we've already have a court ruling that said this is government speech is not the producer speech this time the producer right the ship you still.
"fifty three years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Is a fifty three year old black man I said it because he has prostate cancer we know the black community one in six Black River will get prostate cancer wanted twenty three will die of prostate cancer sourcing is a warning sign. for every man really black white yellow every man please get checked out please no one is immune from prostate cancer please get checked up he was diagnosed ten years ago with prostate cancer any works of this hospital super pooper big hospitals and he sees how matter laid up after prostate surgery he just refused to have treatment he never had treatment for about eight years had a high PSA is PSA was going up up up. good from nine eleven to sixteen wow. yeah the Gleason seven cancers or more aggressive cancer and examined him. but he refused to have a rectal exam he just did not want to have that but he wanted treatment and we offered him treatment we try to honor patients request as best as we can. we stayed up with MRI another testing done and we had a high risk cancer it a Gleason seven leases how aggressive the cancers under the microscope his PSA was fifteen point seven eight and he chose her treatment and we treated them almost two years ago and I saw him yesterday and he told me. how he's feeling and he says he feels like spider man. he's in remission is cancer free and he's feeling like spider man and this is the work we do and I suspect if he had open surgery robotic surgery or radical surge of the prostate he would not be feeling like spider man because most men have terrible consequences to their sexual life and urinary life and if you look at the results from surgery for a high risk cancer PSA fifteen please seven you will see that most men have recurrence of the cancer was surgery most men have damage to the sexual life with surgery most men have damage to the urinary life with surgery so why is this man fearing like spider man because he came here. he's in remission doing well he's pleased about that this is the word that we do every day thirteen before Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City wow oh wow oh wow this is what we do every day. and we'll talk about a fifty five year old. woman she's born in Haiti she's marriages for children. she has recurrent breast cancer. she was diagnosed with breast cancer several years ago had chemotherapy. then she stopped treatment for breast cancer than last year she had a mastectomy. she lost her left breast for treatment one of the big hospitals we talk about all the time so often surgeries done at the big hospitals. and she was seen by her doctors didn't tolerate Q. mole had the mastectomy and now the cancers back. whoa the cancers back she has pain chest pain or excel her weight is gone from a hundred and forty five to a hundred and ten pounds losing thirty five pounds. so over a couple years she has some chemo which is like she had surgery lost her breasts were should devote like after the. mastectomy there should be more treatment well she was so upset about the mastectomy should just canceled everything. and now she has recurrent cancer I examined her number she had a left mastectomy she lost her left breast. but just because mastectomy doesn't the tell you the cancer is never going to come back in fact I examined her should multiple modules of cancer over the left chest wall right where she had the mastectomy. should not Jules raised Jules read Jules thick and Nigel's throughout the area where her breast once was. whoa. her right breast was fine she has recurrent breast cancer we got the pathology new pathology we re staged or and we're offering treatment to try to get her in remission this is the work that we do every day for new cancers recurrent cancers for people with new cancers that recurring cancers are we try to communicate better so that the patient doesn't get lost. this version of the few cycles of chemo ahead of that got lost showed up again had a mastectomy. lost never completed or therapy and that was here asking us to do the right thing and that's what we do for everyone is to try to do the right thing every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway for new cancers or recurrent cancers I would like about a man who weighs spoke to him weeks ago on a Sunday. weeks ago he called the during a radio show and told me about his prostate cancer the Gleason a prostate cancer fourteen of fourteen cores for positive he's a sixty year old man he's divorced you came with his girlfriend. years ago he was given testosterone is PSA was six had a biopsy the prostate years ago was said to be negative they had a repeat biopsy the prostate showing fourteen of fourteen quarters positive usually when a biopsies to the prestigious moldable little needles echoed to the prostate this man had fourteen all fourteen showed Gleason eight cancer is a very high risk cancer because the Gleason scores so high in so many cores are positive for PSA was hired five point five. he was worked up and he shopped around it is a brother we shopped around any chose our treatment because you saw our data for Gleason a cancer I do like the idea of avoiding radical surgery for if you like the idea of new technology like the idea of proven technology he liked the idea of communication is a big communicator and we just finished the treatment on this man and he's doing great he's with his girlfriend Indians amber Tory and functional and fully intact and tolerating his treatment and.
"fifty three years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"To her husband Steve for fifty three years Cokie was the mother of two and grandmother of six Karen Travers ABC news Washington metro police say they have no suspects in a deadly shooting that happened outside an east end apartment building last night the scene was on charter oaks drive off chamberlain lane when officers arrived they did locate a blackmail the man shot multiple times he received fatal injuries and was pronounced dead on the scene police spokesman Dwight Mitchell says there are no suspects in that shooting a Louisville police officer was injured during a pursuit last night's will Clark has details on that during the pursuit of a stolen car and Ellen PD officer was heading north on Preston street trying to make a left turn on the hill street that's when he didn't quite make the turn and hit a concrete. support beam for a pedestrian overpass at that intersection the stolen car also hit an unmarked Ellen PT cruiser the officer involved taking university of local hospital by another officer sustaining minor injuries will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS the Pentagon is confirming that a green beret was killed in action in Afghanistan officials identified the slain officers sergeant first class Jeremy Griffin of Tennessee serving his second tour in Afghanistan a fifteen year army veteran yep Pentagon says the forty year old Griffin will be awarded the bronze star medal and the Purple Heart after he was killed by a small arms fire in Afghanistan General Motors and the United automobile workers union are holding board discussions today is a nationwide strike enters a second day GM says its latest offer to the union includes higher wages lump sum increases improve profit sharing and an eight thousand dollar ratification payment GM also reportedly proposing a new union represented electric vehicle battery plant at its now shuttered plant in Lordstown Ohio and in all electric truck facility at the closing Detroit Hamtramck plant but union member Stephanie carpenter says there's still a lot lacking you haven't touched.
"fifty three years" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tyndall faces fifty three years in prison corporate carson k._f._i. news city leaders in l._a. say a proposal requiring citizenship for housing vouchers amounts to torture the feds are looking to require that all family members in subsidized housing have u._s. citizenship it is nothing short of state-sponsored terrorism and here in los angeles we say hell no to that councilman mike bond and says that rule would make the city's homeless crisis worse if this policy is implemented eleven thousand more people will be on the streets in los angeles that cannot that cannot stand at city hall andrew mollenbeck k._f._i. news members in l. a. or looking for outside help to deal with the homeless crisis counseling and mitchell farrell's state leaders should cough up more than a billion dollars from the surplus we need the state to get into the act as never before in our local delegation in the assembly and the senate needs to support los angeles city has more than thirty six thousand homeless people that's an increase of sixteen percent in last year rain has washed away beach quality in southern california you'll debases more rain this winter created more runoff teeming with bacteria believed that no one should get sick from day at the beach which is why c o shelley liu says her group releases the beach report card even in off year liu says ninety four percent of beaches in the state earned an air or during the summer that means about forty five beaches throughout our state are not safe for swimming even when the sun is shining and five beaches in southern california landed on the beach bomber list of the ten worst stretches of sand in the state in santa monica chris ancarlo k._f._i. news the senate has approved by partisan legislation to provide nearly five billion dollars to care for the thousands of migrants coming over the u._s. mexico border the house has already passed similar bill that one has more limits on how the trump administration can use the money congressional leaders say they helped to send president trump compromise measure before lawmakers leave town for the july fourth recess the wife of dog the bounty hunter has died beth chapman starred with her husband on three reality shows too about the family business the other was about chapman's longtime battle with cancer she went into a hospital in hawaii over the weekend because she was having trouble breathing she was then put into a medically induced coma chapman was fifty one from.
"fifty three years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Abe, a lot of people believe and feel they'll never retire. That is not the case. So let's break it down for those listening in and around DC that are ten years away from retiring, what steps do they need to be taking what do they need to know? Well, the more time you have the better, right? Because the more time we have the plan. So there's a couple that just came in. They live in Leesburg Virginia where Shelley and I live and they'd come to one of our most recent educational workshop there fifty seven and fifty three he's the older one. She stays at home. And he works for the government there ten years out before for retirement. They're going to retire at sixty seven and sixty three he will have worked for the government for twenty five years by that point. And he's going to have a pretty strong pension with them. It's going to be forty four thousand a year, which is over close to four thousand a month. Okay. Then they're going to have both social security checks. So they have a decent income floor there between those three sources, but they needed a little more income in their plan. And so as we were talking laying things out and said, listen, all you need to do is reposition a small portion less than twenty percent of their assets today to satisfy their income needs adjusted for inflation for the rest of he and his wife's life think about that for a minute fifty seven and fifty three years old. They have about a half a million dollars saved reposition less than one hundred thousand today combined with his pension and bustles security checks will satisfy their income needs for the rest of their lives adjusted for inflation Aaron teed man that that's pretty good. He loved it. And that allows them to keep eighty five percent. I think in the market the majority of their investments, they can stay invested. They can stay the track and investors. Those funds for long term growth for cumulation for legacy. You know, he's a few years older than his wife. He's got a pension. So he probably wants money to pass onto his wife and his children. But the point there is just a small piece of the pie today combined with what they already have in place for guaranteed income in the future will satisfy their income needs the rest of their lives. And they love the plan. They loved the idea and that also shows that you are able to help all sorts of different people with their retirement. So if it is a federal employee, if you're dealing with things concerning pension, and you're looking at having a retirement income plan aid can take that into account and plan for the other. What is that you have concerns about? So if you're listening today, you have a pension if you're listening today, and you've got other ways that you've saved accumulated invested all these working years for retirement. And now you're going, you know, about ten years away in about five years away. Or I'm already retired. I need to make sure that I've got income coming in. Where is? The paycheck. It doesn't happen anymore. When you stop working figure that out with a where do I stand.
"fifty three years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Tomorrow's christmas. It's practically here, then he growled with his Grinch fingers, nervously drumming. I gotta find a way to stop Christmas from coming for tomorrow. He knew all girls and boys would wake bright and early. They'd rush for their toys. And then oh, the noise. Oh, the noise noise, noise noise. That's one thing. He hated the noise noise noise, then the who's young and old sit down to a feast, and they feast, feast and they'd feast feast feast it would feast on who pudding. And a rare who roast beast, which was something the Grinch couldn't stand in the least. And then they do something. He liked least of all every who down in whoville the tall in the small withstand close together with Christmas. Bells eight stand hand in hand and the who's which starts singing a sing. And they sing, and they sing sing sing sing and more. The Grinch thought of this who Christmas seen the more the Grinch thought. I must stop this whole thing. Why for fifty three years I've put up with it? Now, I gotta stop Christmas from coming. But how then he got an idea an awful idea Grinch kinda wonderful awful idea. I know just what to do agree laughed in his throat, and he made a quick Santa Claus hat and coat and he chuckled and clucked. What a great grinchey trick with this coat and this hat. I looked just like Saint Nick all I need is a reindeer the Grinch looked around. But since reindeer are scarce. There was none to be found did that stop the old Grinch. No, the Grinch simply said if I can't find a reindeer a make one instead. So we called his dog max, then he took some red thread any big horn on the top of his head. And he loaded some bags and some empty old sax on a ramshackle sleigh. Any hitched up old max, then the Grinch said giddy up and the slaves started down for the homes with a who's laya snooze in their town, all their windows were.
"fifty three years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Fifty three years ago today, the Ford Motor Company offered an option in their new cars that often the eight track stereo player. Trek home players still about a year away. But on this date fifty three years ago, you could have had one in your brand new Mustang for a couple of extra bucks. Of course. So you're saying Ken, why are you playing the song? This song particular this was on the album Fleetwood MAC's greatest hits it was released in nineteen eighty eight. And it's believed to be the last major album that was introduced on the eight track format. That's it. Couple of other albums, maybe. But the last major album to be produced on an eight track Fleetwood MAC's greatest hits, by the way, the guy that built the Lear jet. William lear. Also in bed at the eight track player. He wanted to upgrade the stereo system in his private jet. Remember, they had programs not side. You got to use a little toggle switch to get one program to the others, which meant that some songs were cut in half. One part of the song might be on one program. The second half might be on another program and back in the day. If you remember some magazine ads, you could get thirteen eight track tapes for exactly one penny. That's if you signed up for one eight track tape among for more than fifty three years ago today Ford Motor Company offered the option of the eight track stereo player..
"fifty three years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Fifty three years my teeth have done whatever the hell they, wanted to, do Right and. Now you're now you're coming, in with like rules and restrictions out of nowhere explain the, pain you're, right you know what I. Mean my teeth are? Just. You, know. Getting hammered man pain right. Now and they've been. They've been living, free with free you. Know free love, they just been kinda and. Whatever they wanna do go in this way going that way Gone which ever? Way they want and, you're coming, in with you no no no, no hey guys. I have some ideas and some, solutions here, and they're. Going what what no no no no no that's what's happening things cutting up my mouth And? I'm, on, my, first, trae, so I don't know oh only twelve eleven I gotta. Let them more how long do you, have to wear them three weeks each so a main. For, like seven. Months So so yeah guys excuse. Me if I'm talking a little funny em? Sipping water right. Now I just drooled over the microphone Yeah dribbling down. My mouth yeah I didn't I mean I didn't. Come in like as early as I usually do, before we do the show so we didn't talk, as long as we, did so I don't know. Why didn't, realize, it before. But I guess when it comes to the headphone you sound, a little you know it did You sound a, little a little list Be up to the groomer humor So you know people. By think that you would make we, spend a lot of, time, together believe, it, or not like you know Anthony I don't really talk as much as you think we do, because when we're here we're working there's blow dryers were concentrating on dogs and. Then like he's got. A life I got a, life we kind of just part so I haven't. Seen? You for for three days right Soared, because it's you know a lot of people I would imagine like you know they have jobs, so they make time on the weekends to see their parents if they don't. Live with them but. I work with you so. My weekends never consist of spending more time with. You I'm with you all. Week exactly we in Anthony actually look forward to parting from Beating each other up any effort and anytime. We do get to we don't have to work on, dogs and we gets online we. Have to talk about the show and the channel and. It's. Always work, with us it's always production meetings. And writing this, adding, that out yeah, so anyway let's, get to the show anyway so so. Anyway springtime like we mentioned it's. A very very busy busy time. For dog, rumors it's a busy time for dogs it's a. Busy time for people you. Know we have gotten so many calls this past week the weather just broke it we really didn't have much of a. Spring at all kind of, went from forty five degrees. To seventy eight degrees today but when, the weather changes we just get those calls so getting a lot of phone calls one thing gotta. Be careful with as a dog groomers have to try not to. Over book yourself you want to get. Everybody in and it's like feast or famine everybody's calling you at the same time so gotta get everybody in. And there's only so many. Dogs. You could or, should be done in a day You. Know so you got to kind of. Schedule yourself out you know make sure that you give enough time so that way you're not working too quickly Yeah and? You. You have to like you said before you springtime is the time, to undo all of the stuff that winter does to both us and our pets exactly not that dogs don't get mad at a plenty during the winter but. Now the weather breaks and it says something about going from cold weather to warm weather that. Just the nots just feel that much. Harder to get through and yet you can't. Overbook because you kind of have to set aside a little extra time these, dogs have? Been wet all winter it's raining when spring first start's like crazy it's all it's been doing for the last month is being rainy and. Cold. You know and then so it's a get your basic grooming of sheets who is going to take you a little bit longer when..
"fifty three years" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Give us a call you can check this out aligned to not forgetting get a team lifestyle dot com barrier to the phones and talk with tommy high tommy uh fifty three years old my health challenge is hypertension uh i just finished reading a book uh the uh espouses a plantbased diet completely uh for control of cardiovascular disease i already i also have type 2 diabetes and they very rich family history of heart attack and stroke uh fact lost my little brother when he was forty four from a heart attack so i've been trying to find ways to uh to improve my health i do exercise almost daily um i'm six three two hundred thirty pounds but it's mostly lean muscle but uh i just read in a book that i am not supposed to take any supplements whatsoever uh so i just wanted to know ah how true that was uh and now are there supplements that can help with hypertension yeah there are i i'm not a big notes supplement guy by any means i think that we don't get enough out of our foods i do think you need to get as much hole and organic based foods that you can you can put in your body that's for sure but i don't think we get everything we need many times because our soil so depleted and it can be very challenging to get the right kind of nutrition in on a regular basis so they eating the right kind of foods and get in the right nutrition in his key so near with that said supplements can help i mean there we know from nice in a mind not versions of nice and can help with blood sugar blood pressure there are certain amino acids l argentina no sicher lane those can be quite helpful as well so i mean there's all kinds of documentation and research you know that shows that it's it's kind of a big deal and supplementation fish oil you get so much research on fish oil to be able to help with cardiovascular health it's amazing but what comes on hypertension there's some top food you can look into number one beats are really good.
"fifty three years" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"I am fifty three years old i've been a single mother on living in the state of illinois since about nineteen eighty six um i came from a small town in ohio it was a major still coun i remember watching air irancontra hearings of ronald reagan and howard coun waited for that trickledown effect what i can tell you can go to my home found in ohio now the same streets don't have sidewalks they'd bid navim when i was a kid i came deal noise for work i raised five children here in illinois um not on the welfare didn't get help uh when mr george bush took office he promised in his primaries he could have could a million new homeowners in homes in his presidency he did he did a lot of good poorest didn't everybody lost money everybody's homes were messed up blah blah blah blah blah he got in there would have surplus he left us with a massive desk said i am i want everybody you remember the gulf oil spill is because he released regulations okay what i will tell you about this tax bill is this could happen to me when bush did it he's going to give tax breaks to the upper middle class and the wealthiest people in the country he's going to put that burden on the lowest income people in the country my point and be the first year george bush took office i was a single mother with by kids i never really owed any cactus but i didn't get no cactus back i bile and earned income credit at the end of the year and maybe i get one hundred bucks right so the first year george bush took office that allow only little hundred dollar refund because of his tax breaks to the.
"fifty three years" Discussed on WCHS
"I know he's into you know a blaming cops an an stereotyping all cops i know that he is promoting court class warfare to promote marxism that has been responsible for more murderers worldwide and when i saw the ownership of the team that i route four stay in this is about unity and free speech and all that other crap i was done as a consumer of it and it was easy for me because that was very easy for me and and as i said fifty three years as a fan and and people will know i mean you know had you know from working with me uh what a what a fence since you know i was a a child and they also on the hockey team so was a double whammy for me i've been watched hockey war football and you know something it got down to the point where i just couldn't do in good conscience i said if i watched the game i feel guilty i just wouldn't feel right doing it because uh i you know i i come from a hut come from a multicultural immediate and extended family believe me and i will not enable racism whether it comes from somebody with a different skin colour than mine or one the comes from his skin color that i have i just won't do it that goes to my soul but this week and you know one last weekend you know now that it's been nine ten weeks eric i'm telling you i i forgot about it yesterday mm doing just different things and the only thing uh and almost it the interesting thing is almost i didn't watch any college football this weekend and it's amazing because the evolution i just look at myself and i.
"fifty three years" Discussed on WCTC
"And and as ice and i said when i turned it off i was an unknown up when i said okay i'm done watch last week when i see a disagreed with them um i've done that met the vast majority of of things that i said i'm not going to spend my time energy or money on i've never told anybody about because mostly nobody cares now it's just my value system not not gonna spend money over there are not going to do that i don't need to promote it the only reason i did that was because it's such a huge issue and i wanted people to walk through would my mind said was and said won't have no time restore watching the nfl at for fifty three years and i thought it was interesting to that when i first started paying attention to the nfl uh you know probably for about a year so that it it and one of the big events was the american football league 'cause the this before the merger and the bills were in the the uh the afl it's when they were winning the american football league and they want to championships sixty four and sixty five see so that is in my youth i remember things like that right it's like burned into my senses the rest and sat times been a blur but that was burned and and that's the the 19th 65 when the american football league went for their allstar game done in new orleans on believe rebel racism i mean just blatant racism at the airport players could black players couldn't give taxis taxes would pick them up and just drop them off said get out of the via vehicle now they were so upset they got together there was and in the french quarter there was so much racism they could get served anywhere where they met and all the players white and black unanimous sleep voted they weren't going to play in new orleans they weren't going to hold it there and they moved the american football league allstar game two our reis stadium in in texas and i'll never forget that in i i thought it was interesting that i came that but when i came into football and really started paying attention to it it was racism in.
"fifty three years" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"In this country that we have a large population that is trying to turn the country into a socialist country you can see the communist openly urban at fifty three years old this country thank god uh you know life but we're immigrant cia my family lost everything in cuba where came from very similar situation achieve tickets replaying itself right in front of our eyes never thought this would happen but the bigger issue ears if these people are always heard this is bill either shame people who want to uh give aware sovereignty or pro globalist who don't want to change our constitution so uh yeah i'm four died we after we have to maintain our long we're very generous we allow a lotta immigrants here you don't you got to follow the law in this country will jeurys i'm not worried about the socialists i know where they stand on this but the thing is what about paul ryan what about you know karl rove and matt welsh year he's still so eur in enemy of socialism aren't you matt of valid abbvie socialism meets those foul on the origin and it's it's these guys have already been taken over by this this whole social it has been happening for ears here i mean this is dr system etc coetzee quarterback russianarab rupp chart churchyards you just accused me of being taken over by the socialists slow been hoping personal and you know even know depending on where you went to school would uber taught them this whole thing there's all identing racial pole or racism wasn't even award in our book in our dictionary to late 1928 here in the us is these people are the same people who wanted to give away our sovereignty there are a lot on is your mortgage company or not respect our flag dipped they're like put soldiers for the for the left george let me ask you a question what is your what has been your opinion now were before on the american policy of if a cuban gets his or her toe on american soil that person has an automatic path to citizenship and access to welfare benefits are you in favour of it all the cubans and i tell you i love them either gray but don't people uh they don't know anything different the only may know is is communism and the only way to survive is through scamming over there you don't survive unless you're it off so.
"fifty three years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And i am rachel martin pakistan's prime minister nawaz sharif has been ordered to leave office over allegations of corruption will hear the latest on the president's decision to ban transgender people from serving in the us military and another white house staffer on the chopping block rule chief of staff winds grievous day or will you go to friday july 28th actress laura we laughlin better known as uncle jesse is better half unfold house to fifty three years old today the news is coming up next my from npr news in washington on korver coleman the centered his failed to repeal the affordable care act the early morning vote on the latest gop legislation failed by a vote of fifty one to forty eight three republicans joined all the democrats in rejecting it susan collins of maine lee lisa marie calcium alaska and john mccain of arizona senate majority leader mitch mcconnell expressed his disappointment now imagine many of our college on the other solder celebrating probably bully upi all those but the american people or hurting inundated senate democratic leader chuck schumer was quick to respond i would say to my dear friend the majority leader we are not celebrating we are relieved that millions and millions of people who would have been so drastically heard by the three proposals put forward we'll at least retain their health care the defeat ends four now the health care debate in congress the senate has adjourned pakistan's prime minister nawaz sharif has resigned a fivejudge panel of pakistan's supreme court disqualified him from holding office because of corruption allegations it also disqualified pack stands finance minister the panel ordered that corruption charges be filed against sharif and his family sharise family is accused of improperly owning offshore companies they say the businesses were legally set up the securities and exchange commission is finding oilfield services corporation halliburton thirty million dollars for bribing a four unofficial for an oil servicing contract charles lane of member station w s h u reports or with lower claimed that halliburton bribed in angolan official for fourteen million dollars worth.
"fifty three years" Discussed on KELO
"Intercontinental ballistic missiles were fifty three years there are two or outside the box who russia wanna throw charles krauthammer and another from wall street journal defense expert taylor dinner at krauthammer recommend parking nuclear weapons and south korea now we actually had nuclear weapons south korea until 1991 when george wash pull them out as a goodwill gesture to north korea and goodwill given work the north didn't work at all anyway right and tailored airman suggestion is that we use the missile north korea launches as practice targets were still only half developed antimissile weapons in other words we try to shoot the rockets north korean half out of the sky but both of these options would lead to a really curious consequence that you wanna have discussed several times the real quick and whatever we do it not who trigger world war three remember korea is allied with china and iran the way that japan and south korea are allied with the usa we are committed to coming to the defense of japan and south korea with nukes if necessary and north korea have that kind of alliance with russia china iran and iran paul russia china and the usa into a nuclear war and you have the end of humanity it is george scary stuff it sure is howard and i love your perspective very poignant alexa it's a little device said just about runs your house it's amazing what were new mexico man has been arrested for apparently beating his girlfriend and threatening to kill her after amazon's alexa call the police during the assault the man we deguene and threatened to kill the woman and he was yelling at her going did you call the sheriff all the question was picked up by the smart speaker that apparently interpreted as call the sheriff and so it did and they came in arrested the guy you got away watch out for technology and how 'bout this some day soon more us households will be subscribers of amazon prime television then cable or satellite tv according to recent estimates of amazon's popular shipping and entertainment service according to estimates from morning star nearly seventy nine million us households now have amazon prime and that continues to grow chase and on may nasa spacecraft flew over a massive storm mariejeanne on jupiter and a longawaited journey that could shed some new light on the.
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"To jar three and i'm not even sure discharge or will it there is rod tells me there is jaws for the assuming that the two three four could not have matched no because just to wasn't bad but three just got so ridiculous it make it more and more bizarre as they go the thing got out of a fish taghrid some i watched the whole thing but did they did they had the same set of key actors roy schneider and all of that to the they they die off and had general i can't remember of snyder was in was in jars who i mean jar three by lawyers and judge to he was in that's right that's what wrought rubs good on this stuff who was the name of the captain on the bulk deal the old quit that was who had right was that he just died i think i thought i read his bitch wary robert shaw robert shaw log has all of this i'm telling you rodney you should be i should be produced in this hour you should be like uh doug gets greg we appreciate it eight dead dachti sued advocate god i love this this i'm actually learning stuff here kit and fitchburg hey kid how are you good evening dan how you doing i couldn't be better couldn't be better what do you think i looked this category also in what i i turn i could not believe i infinitely thought of a movie i saw fifty three years ago null what was the teen years old well i read in a practical groton and there was a representative from outwardbound schools that was looking for volunteers to go up and start and build one up an eric in island up in maine to build you ever heard me the deal the hurry that i've heard a hurricane island in his era a school up there it was an outward bound outlived vowed ok p four roca prescient they were offering it will you go to we were going to groton academy while warranty academy will lawrence academy right but there's also the groton school right to different schools catch it well how that you're okay issue with the launch academy outwardbound and what was the movie pray tell the mood well first of all i have to tell you dan.
"fifty three years" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Around the country and around the world we begin the show on this day after memorial portland we're for the second time you know we could military man was killed by a white extremist on friday fifty three year old ricky best retired army veteran and 23yearold to lucien muted nam kher michie was fatally stabbed a third man critically injured as they tried to defend two teenage girls against an attack by going on antimuslim riots the two young women one of whom world muslim her job were writing community train according to witnesses jeremy joseph christian slaughter shouting ethnic and religious slurs best admit you were along with a third man who intervened were stabbed best died at the scene michie died at a hospital portland police department spokesperson pete's simpson described the scene officers platform went down onto the train they found a one male victim suffering from dramatic injuries they tempted lifesaving measures there on the train but they were unsuccessful victim died here at the scene to additional stabbing victims were located and immediately transported by medical personnel one of those victims and they ride the hospital also passed away the third victim is at the hospital being treated by he is suffering from water believed to be nonlife threatening injuries in an emotional interview with cnn sixteen year old destiny magnum one of the targets of christians hate speech describe what happened magnum who was not muslims thank the three strangers who say villagers he told us to go back to saudi arabia all told us the get out of his country a total of basically were in any way well from the back of us cable like he's talking in this respect things like that in they also are you we're going to go while they were fighting the pool in it was blood everywhere we started running i was thinking to people for me oh we oh.