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Universal sued by actor Faizon Love for cutting Black stars out of ‘Couples Retreat’ publicity posters
"Universal sued for cutting black couple from posters actor phase on loves so when universal for cutting him out of the poster for the two thousand nine comedy couples retreat and his accusingly demand. Vince vaughn of also trying to help silence him according to reports. Yeah so the fifty two year old actor set a lawsuit wednesday that he was a gas when he saw that he and his co star. Kelly hawk they were chopped from the publicity posters overseas couples. Retreat was very successful. First place is opening weekend and it went onto a spectacular. Run that grossed over one hundred seventy one million dollars worldwide but universal studios place. Mr love in the backseat of the right enjoyed by his six. White co stars. The lawsuit alleges. Now that's a clear. Rosa parks reference mocatta. Yes universal did apologize. When the edited poster i was exposed and love says that he was then promised future. Lucrative career making film roles. That never materialized so the movies. Lead actor vince vaughn. Who's fifty years old. He's also accused of helping. The film bosses try to placate phase on with the lawsuit claiming that he went so far as to tell love that you know making a big deal about this removal from the poster might not be a good career move so that sounds a little bit like a threat of blacklisting.
Greg Amundson on the Spirituality Requirement of Leadership
"Greg madame. So excited to have you on the show. Welcome dose of leadership. Thank you for having me on your show. Your background is so varied man. I was reading your bio and a komo leave. How much stuff you've done in your short life span man. What what what drives us motivation in this passion. What what's driving it. I appreciate the question. I have certainly worn many hats. There seems to be a hardwired. Drives in me. Undoubtedly fostered by my mom and dad have gone to be with the lord. This hardwired drive to serve other people specifically in the context of the warrior profession whether that be military law enforcement martial art fitness now serving in ministry capacities. That drive has been part of my life for as long as i can remember watching. Your father was a pastor. Right if i read that correctly following in his footsteps. He wore many hats as well. He was a naval officer. Tire proctor bodybuilder. Pastor youth minister at the california youth authority phenomenal father to me. Amazing husband to my mom. He was just an amazing guy. Yeah so obviously you had a perfect example to strive towards right. I mean i sincerely did. I know many people likely say that in good for that press job. I was one of them. I have an amazing example in both my mom and my dad they complimented each other so well and to this day i still have moments of my parents told me that i knew this was gonna happen. So what is it. I mean it looking at you. Obviously fitness takes a huge Part of your makeup. Right and mean and certainly i can understand in i strive to get there and i know when i'm in the zone getting that physical fitness piece and coming from the marine corps. When i was looking back where i was him now to where. I wasn't a marine corps. And how fit. I was in how that that fed into my mental capacity. Right i mean. I think that physical fitness the main reason i think obviously we think it's for our our health or physical health like a heart and blood pressure and all i can. Thanks but i honestly think it's more mental thing and i i just. I know that i don't exercise. My mental capacity goes down the drain. Yeah well said. I completely agree with you. My earliest childhood memories again back to my parents earliest childhood memories. My dad driving me to the ymca to workout along the way would listening to audio cassette tapes of the prominent pastors theologians of that time so in my young very impressionable mind. I'm starting to see the relationship between physical training developing a strong robust resilient body developing a strong bus resilient than developing a strong resilient spirit. How those are all interconnected and reflecting on nearly a lifetime of physical training. I've probably worked out every day of my life since i was a very very young boy. What i've realized is that the greatest adaptation to all the physical training is mental. Yeah i think it's the biggest. I think it's the biggest hurdle and i am. I'm fifty two years old. And i that clarity of of the challenge of the mental thing really just in the last decade for me realizing the power of that And i would say that. Leadership is eighty percent if not more of the self awareness and overcoming limiting beliefs in the self doubt that i think and i've come to appreciate that this is largely due to all the conversations i've had on the show for eight years that they never truly go away and i think that once you understand that embrace that then you can start getting on with it. Does that make sense. Like i think we spent a lot of wasted energy and time and resources trying to eliminate it even in the. I think even when this. I'm curious what your answer is. Because you're such a maniac. When it comes to fitness right but at some point i mean you you have to be dealing with limiting beliefs self-doubt even as those confident in his fifth. As you must must be right is that is that a fair statement. Very fair statement. I flipped the paradigm on fear uncertainty anxiety. Self doubt. yeah. I noticed i. I'm only fearful. I only have anxiety only uncertain about things that matter in me. A great deal right. So i use anxiety. Fear uncertainty as a compass to navigate to point me in the direction that god wants me to go.
Women Shot in the Head on Staten Island, New York
"A fifty two year old woman is in critical condition after being shot in the head on staten island. Investigators say monday evening. The woman was standing in the lobby of an apartment building at park hill avenue near sobel street when she was hit. Police are searching for the suspect whom they say fired. The shots from inside. An suv seen leaving the area. Police do not believe. The woman was the intended target
Mike Tyson might not stop after Roy Jones Jr. fight
"Asked roy jones junior and mike tyson. What is your take on. Roy jones in tyson. Anyone has seen the footage of tyson working. The focus pads lately says Tyson looks like the scariest fifty two year old on the planet What's roy jones is plan with tyson. Roy jones lulu lot. Roy jones lot roy jones was one of the most gifted athlete of all time and was completely dominant in his in his prime. But he's not a bona fide heavyweight tyson tyson. Pretty much is how does that first off. What's the weight that what are they doing. A catchweight where. Where's that thing gonna land. Well mike tyson. I spoke to him yesterday. Called me on my birthday. Which was very nice and A mike is lost one hundred pounds. He told me yesterday. One hundred pounds. Wow he's in fantastic shape and he says he really feels good about where he is and himself and you know his weight and his mental outlook is is just fantastic. I've been overseeing the gym. I'm going to work on that. Fight showtime nice enough to let me go work on that broadcast and so. I think it's really interesting. He's fifty four years old. He hasn't Fifteen years okay. Said since mcbride and he was done he was done after that fight and he just said it to me in the ring that night he said. I just don't have this in me anymore. Don't have that instinct to go out and be ferocious. Wanna do this anymore. So i think now the passage of time and getting in shape and you know seeing what's what's gone on with athletes who have extended their careers. Obviously and other sports are not getting hit like he is but to see just how well lebron james plays at an age Getting older see. Tom brady to see drew. Brees to see these guys now. You know lengthening their careers. You know it's an exhibition. So we'll find out but tyson did tell me in an interview that he would be willing to fight. If you know see how this goes he would be willing to fight evanger holyfield on third and if he does well he would consider one of the champions right now possibly a joshua or fury down the road and you know everybody can point to george foreman right. The our was wasn't fifty four years old But let let's see how he looks. I i know. I know that a lot of boxers of told me that what they see in the gym. Just the speed that they would not want to be hit by that.
How Does Jane Elliott's Blue Eyes/Brown Exercise Work?
"The past fifty, two years teacher and diversity trainer Jane Elliott has been stirring up trouble on the subject of racism. It can still be uncomfortable squirm in your seat stare at your shoes uncomfortable when she subject someone to the very same exercise she I unleashed on third graders more than half a century ago designed to expose racist thinking. Something, her method can get downright mean but again, the subject is racism, it should be troubling. Elliott came to prominence when the day after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior in nineteen, sixty, eight, sheep herself a white woman took her classroom of all white third graders in. Riceville Iowa and decided to teach them what it was like to face discrimination. She separated the kids into two groups those with Brown eyes and those with blue and proceeded to proclaim the. Brown. Is these superior group she allowed the group extra privileges more time recess seats at the front of the room they were told they were cleaner smarter more talented. How children reacted to this newfound pecking order was startling. The Brown eyed group immediately began to wield their dominance. The blue is almost immediately slipped into the role of subordinates. Anger flared disputes popped up. After switching roles a few days later, which gave both sides of the classroom taste of being in the lesser group the exercise ended. Many parents complained after reading about what had happened in Elliott's classroom through student essays printed in the local paper. A month or so later, Johnny Carson invited Elliott to appear on his late night talk show she became a national story. Many praised efforts at her students is but not everybody a two, thousand five storied Sonian magazine reported hundreds, viewers, wrote letters, saying Elliott's work appalled them how dare you try this cruel experiment out on white children? One said black children grow up accustomed to such behavior but white children, there's no way they could possibly understand it. It's cruel to white children and will cause them great psychological damage. Elliott spoke with us for the article that this episode is based on from her home in Iowa. She said, you think that's traumatizing try living that way for a lifetime. Elliott taught for years before she decided to take her anti-racism lesson out of the classroom and Corporate America. She's also led the exercise for the US Department of Education and other governmental groups. She's appeared before numerous church and school assemblies she was on. Oprah Winfrey's TV show several times in June of twenty twenty. She appeared on the tonight show starring Jimmy Fallon. She often faces uncomfortable and sometimes angry reactions but her goal as it has been for the past fifty two years is education. She says, it's the best weapon against racism. But good education about racism and race is hard to find. Elliott said, that's because the educators believe the same thing that they were taught and they were taught the same thing I was, which is that there are three or four different races and you can tell what a man's intelligence is by the color of his skin or the shape of his head. You can't lead people out of ignorance if you're still teaching the Columbus discovered America and we came here to civilize these savages. Will need to teach the three RS of rights respect responsibility if teachers would respect the rights of those students to learn the truth and be held responsible for seeing that they present them with the truth we could kill racism in two generations is not a doubt in my mind that could be done. Elliott at eighty seven years. Old has seen. America, grapple with racism all her life. She's marked major mile posts in the struggle over the past fifty years or so the civil rights movement and the assassination of doctor king in the sixties, the race riots in Miami's Liberty City in nineteen eighty and in Los. Angeles after the Rodney King beating in nineteen ninety, two, the protests in Ferguson. Missouri and twenty fourteen after the killing of Michael Brown and in Baltimore Maryland in two thousand fifteen after that of Freddie Gray and in Charleston south. Carolina. That same year after a church massacre. There are many others. But the problem she has been relentlessly attacking Elliott says, goes far beyond the occasional race-based. Clara. For people of Color in the United States facing racism is an everyday fight every minute of every day. Elliot said. It's only been going on with me for fifty two years. I know black women who have been doing this for eighty nine years and their mothers did and their grandmothers dead and their great is dead and their daughters and their granddaughters and their great granddaughters are going to have to do. It must be get off our polyunsaturated fatty acids and do something about this. I get paid to talk about it. They aren't even allowed to talk about it. One of the biggest hurdles in educating people about racism in the United States Elliott says is that most everyone knows it exists and knows that it's harmful but few are motivated to change it. She stood in front of. and asked who among the white people in the room would want to switch places with a black person no one ever volunteers. She cautions that recognizing the problem is only the first step but Elliott is nothing if not persistent, she says, she'll continue to educate for the next fifty years. She'll push her mantra of one race the science behind the simple words it's clear. According to the National Human Genome Research Institute your genome, the bodies blueprint that contains all of your DNA is ninety, nine point nine percent the same as every human around you. And she says, she will urge people to get out and vote November no hope of electing leaders who will attack racism as she has had on.
Protest leader Bush ousts 20-year US Rep. Clay in Missouri
"Black lives matter activist upset a longtime member of the congressional black caucus in the democratic house primaries for Missouri's first district on Tuesday nurse and progressive activist Corey bush ousted longtime congressman Lacy clay in the Missouri primary essentially guaranteeing her a seat in Congress representing the heavily democratic St Louis area bush's victory ended the fifty two year dynasty in Saint Louis that began with clay's father bill Corey bush had at one time been homeless after health problems during her pregnancy forced her to quit her job as a preschool teacher she led protests after the twenty fourteen police shooting of Michael brown in Ferguson Missouri her supporters said protests over racial injustice helped galvanize voters if she's elected bush would be the first black woman to represent Missouri in Congress I'm Jennifer king
Fetzer Shaly Loam Gewurztraminer 2018
"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com. We've got another little mini wine. Review here a little add on for a review. We did and loaded up on the cheap wine finder dot com website today. or inexpensive, but interesting wine. It's from fetzer. The Shelley Loam Monterey. And I think I found her six dollars. You know it's one of those winds everywhere. Trader Joe's has a two for a few bucks more than that, but this is regular wine shop. And burst from inner if you. Fully aware of it is from the House as region which is on the border of France, and Germany also one of the main winds from Austria and then the Alps in Germany. It's sweet wine. But it's got acidity, so it's not to spend I'm not a huge fan of sweet wines and I. Get it I mean. Cert- winds would have you, but when I'm having to I don't really need lying. But this one doesn't. Ever really. Advertise its sweetness, it just as good nectar sweet not. Not Sugar Candies tweet. It just has a lot of flavors and it's. Not your usual. Saab Yom Chartres Day the agrees Yo flavors. That got another whole. Array, of Very identifiable but different ones, and that's kind of cool and. One of the things I wanNA talk about since. You've probably seen it in the store. You know you think oh, cheap wine. is been around for fifty two years now, and they're no longer owned by the. I think the. FEDS started them owned by a Chilean company. They're kind of autonomous. North American headquarters. And they're an interesting company. The other ones are Stanley sustainably produced. They've got hundreds of acres that our Ganic. They've got a couple hundred acres that our biodynamic, which actually does whining vineyard prednisone wine techniques based on the basis of. And, they are a B. Corporation certified. Be Corporation I, got a link. It'll be a paragraph for the that's lit up. Feel blue and I'll tell you about that and it's. It's corporation like Ben and Jerry's one of them. Thousands Prophet with motive and. One of the things we're working on right now is tackling racism in corporal. So. They're kind of A. Company that's trying to do things right organic. AMEX Dana. Trying to the ethical in nature and make an expensive with good tasting, Y, you know it's kind of like well because. Most of the other. Companies ice cream. Bakeries. Something to do with that type of thing. wineries don't really put in that in that category, but they're the are. And so you're not just buying inexpensive. White wine kind of sweet that really sweet. Soa loads of Labor tangerines. All all sorts of stuff going on in a smells great, too. But it's made by a company that seems to be trying to do better,
Minneapolis police union says there's no problem with systemic racism, but is open to reform
"The president of the police officers federation of Minneapolis giving his first interview since four of that city's officers were charged in the death of George Floyd Bob Kroll telling CBS this morning he does not believe racism is systemic in the Minneapolis department I am the first African American ever elected to the Minneapolis police federation and a hundred and fifty two years you know what I see I see progress president probably in Arizona today to view border wall construction and to hold a campaign rally and this is U. S. A. radio
"Today. We're taking a look at a quotes from Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The once lead of the Sinoloa content in Mexico Gu's Mon- used his crime syndicate to sell billions of dollars worth of drugs. Boys one step ahead of the police. Goose Mon- escaped jail twice bride politicians and shed the blood of allies and foes alike in light of this. It's ironic that the notorious drug lord once said I know one day I will die. I hope it's a natural causes. Guzman allegedly said this to actor Sean Penn. During a secret interview for Rolling Stone Magazine Guzman supposedly wanted a Hollywood film to be written about his life. It's not surprising. Gu's mom believed his life was worthy of the big screen after all his rise in the world of narcotics has been nothing short of cinematic Guzman was introduced to the drug trade early. He was born in. Nineteen fifty seven in La Tuna a rural town in Mexico. Though his claimed to be a simple farmer it's widely believed that he grew opium poppies by nineteen seventy the fifteen year old guzman was farming marijuana alongside his cousins at only five foot six is small stature earned him the nickname. El Chapo which is Mexican slang for shorty dues. Mon- didn't let his ambitions mirror his size in the late. Nineteen Seventy S. He grabbed onto the opportunity to work for Miguel on. Hell sciutto widely known. As the godfather of Mexico's first nationwide drug operation the Guadalajara Cartel Fedex put goose man in charge of smuggling logistics. Who's Mon- proved himself to be a ruthless taskmaster? He went as far as murdering employees. If ever they were late with deliveries this show of strength paid off in spades when feliks was arrested in nineteen eighty nine a thirty two year old. Guzman received a choice piece of the former drug lords territory. With his little slice of North West Mexico secured Guzman's set up his own operation. Everything about the Sinoloa cartel was innovative and Malton. He sets up complex underground tunnels to ferry drugs across the border. Earning him millions of dollars and attention from officials in both the United States and Mexico in nineteen ninety three after the highly publicized death of a Catholic cardinal who was caught in a drugged. Her for the thirty six year-old Guzman was blamed. He was arrested in Guatemala and sentenced to twenty years in prison. However the entire time guzman mom was in jail. He lived like a king. Bribing God's so he could receive conjugal visits on-command then when he got forward in two thousand one. He broke out of prison. Legend states that he snuck count in a laundry cart. Journalists believed that he more likely just salted out his path cleared by the many gods. He bribed in two thousand nine eight years. After breaking out of jail sinoloa cartel was doing better than ever this led to fifty two year-old Guzman landing on Forbes list of the world's richest people the magazine stated that he was personally worth one billion dollars. You didn't get there without a little brutality. To hold onto his empire the drug lord is to have personally tortured and murdered his rivals and even though he was arrested again. By Marines in two thousand fourteen. The stone cold killer escaped once more a little over a year later in July. Two Thousand Fifteen as he got older without ever facing real consequences for his crimes his hubris increased. That's what led him to consent to an interview by Hollywood actor Sean Penn. It's rumored that his communications with pen were traced by Mexican authorities ultimately leading to his capture. Guzman was extradited to the United States. Where he face charges of drug trafficking intend to distribute money laundering and homicide during the Eleven Week. Trial even more disturbing revelations about Guzman surfaced. According to a BBC Article One witness told the court that Guzman had buried demand alive. Another told of a rival NOCCO chief who refused to shake goosebumps hand and paid for it with his life. Court papers also accused him of raping girls as young as the team calling them. His vitamins ultimately Guzman was found. Guilty of ten counts including charges of narcotics trafficking. He was sentenced to life in prison. This means that Guzman likely will die of natural causes just as he wished.
Spokesman For Russian President Putin Hospitalized With Coronavirus
"A key aide to Russian president Vladimir Putin Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov says he's hospitalized with covert nineteen fifty two year old has been potent spokesman since two thousand eight British police investigating after railway ticket office worker who was spat on by a man claiming to have the corona virus died with cold at nineteen officials say belly magenta was working at London's Victoria station March twenty second when a man spat and cough batter and a colleague both workers fell ill within days the forty seven year old machine good died in a London hospital April fifth prime minister Boris Johnson called the attack
Keep an eye on the labor force participation rate
"It's entirely possible likely. Even the things are worse than the very bad numbers are already telling us from American public media. This is marketplace in Los Angeles. I'm Kai Ryssdal. It is Thursday today the last day of the craziest full month. This economy has seen. Maybe ever good to have you along everybody. There will be in the first few minutes of the program today. Some math and I apologize. I know that's not why you're here. But this morning's news that another three point eight million people filed for unemployment benefits in the past week more than thirty million since early March pledges. Us DO SOME CALCULATIONS. So here we go. The unemployment rate before the bottom fell out of this economy was three point. Five percent that went up to four point four percent in March next Friday morning. We get the April number and as marketplace's Mitchell Hartman reports. It is almost certainly going under shoot. How many people are really out of work? I asked several economists. How high they think unemployment is right now. The average around twenty percent but the official number for April won't capture a lot of people not working because of the pandemic take fifty two year old Brian Forester of Tulsa. I finally got through to the Oklahoma unemployment commission. I'm kind of on. Hold with them right now. Yeah he took my call while a state worker checked on his appeal for jobless benefits foresters out of work and has no income but he wouldn't be counted as unemployed by the Labor Department because he's not actively looking for work he had a job lined up with the Census Bureau. But it's been put on hold. They're really not a lot of jobs out there available right now. That's what I've been doing is basically cooling my hails. So what's a better measure of unemployment Bill Rodgers former chief economist at the Labor Department suggests the labor force participation rate its share of the civilian population. That is either working or they say that they're actually searching for a job. Roger says a sharp decline in labor force participation will show the true scale of employment loss. It's also capturing people who may have gotten discouraged has there aren't jobs in the world of Cova. They're concerned about if they work. They can get sick. The Congressional Budget Office predicts labor force participation will fall to just under sixty percent the lowest since the early one thousand nine hundred seventies. The hope is that as people return to work. Participation will start rising again but there are signs of unease among American workers bank rates Mark Hamrick sites a recent survey fifty seven percent or moderately to extremely concerned about their job security and those least likely to go back to work soon or have employers to go back to our in low-paid sectors like restaurants hotels nail and hair salons. I'm Mitchell Hartman for
Plasma therapy shows some promise for coronavirus patients
"Dave medical researchers are working with plasma donated by corona virus survivors hoping it'll help your seriously ill patients clinical trials are underway for the experimental therapy CBS news medical contributor Dr Terran to rule a talk to families he turned to the therapy when nothing else was working Dr center Landau health trying to cocktail of drugs including Hydroxycut work went to help save fifty two year old husband and father Kevin raffle but days passed with no improvement after hearing about the promise of plasma therapy it became his wife Stacey's mission to find a plasma donor and she quickly found a match on Facebook three days after the transfusion we love you you hear us worry that Kevin woke up from a medically induced coma he's now able to talk and is expected to go home doctors say a lot more research needs to be done to prove the treatment is safe and effective but they believe a donation from one donor could potentially be used to treat up to three
Grammy and Emmy-winning songwriter Adam Schlesinger dies of coronavirus at 51
"Adam Schlesinger also passed away he was only fifty two years old he's the co founder of fountains of Wayne which is a a pop pop band in the eighties and nineties and and here's their most popular song well Adam Schlesinger in addition to
Michigan Coronavirus death toll rises to 8 people, 809 cases in the state
"I S. radio nine fifteen W. W. J. good morning I'm Ron do we with the latest at six fifty the Michigan death toll from corona virus stands this morning at the latest death in Macomb county a fifty two year old man with underlying health conditions passed away in total there are eight hundred nine confirmed a covert nineteen cases across the state of Michigan the youngest patient a one month old infant in Macomb
Venezuela, already in crisis, reports 1st coronavirus cases
"Ben Israel has confirmed its first two cases of the corona virus here's correspondent Keith Peters with the store is deepening anxiety and a crisis stricken nation where many hospitals lack basics such as water and soap and struggle to treat even basic ailments the government delivered the news the Venezuelans feared was coming a fifty two year old man who had recently travelled from Spain and a forty one year old woman who had returned from a trip through the U. S. Italy and Spain were diagnosed with the virus schools across Venezuela I immediately closed the day after president Nicolas Maduro suspended flights with Europe in Colombia in an attempt to ward off the
Washington DC: Man charged in Springfield killing is NASA executive, former police officer who fatally shot two others
"An update now to a story first reported yesterday the man who police say killed his neighbor in Springfield on Tuesday is an executive at NASA headquarters however little is known about what led to the deadly shooting Fairfax county police are charging fifty two year old Michael Hadley with second degree murder in the killing of his neighbor twenty four year old John Prater police found Prater shot near his house on bedstraw court just before five Tuesday evening and arrested Hadley NASA confirms it Headley is an executive who works in the agency's enterprise protection program assessing risk mitigation Bellevue Washington police confirm huddle was a former police officer and he killed two people in the line of duty there and was cleared of criminal charges in both cases the Maryland National Guard says pray there was active duty and served as an infantryman for four years
Washington DC: Fairfax County man charged with murder after allegedly shooting, killing 24-year-old
"Four year old Vonda Prather of Springfield is dead this morning after an apparent shooting locally in Fairfax county Tuesday night last night happening around five PM on Solomon's seal drive in Springfield we hear fifty two year old Michael had all of Springfield was was taken taken into into custody custody at at the the scene scene by by Fairfax Fairfax county county police police he's he's been been charged charged with with second second degree degree murder murder use use of of a a firearm firearm in in the the commission commission of of a a felony felony as as well well this this neighbor neighbor spoke spoke with with our our news news partners partners at NBC for it was literally pop pop pop pop pop pop pop really loud to where I thought it was actually right outside my door detectives are continuing their investigation into the situation this morning into the events leading up to the shooting and it was being held this hour at the Fairfax county adult detention center without bond this is the second homicide this year in Fairfax county
Woman says man held her against her will, forced her to watch 'Roots' to understand racism
"There's a fifty two year old guy named Robert Lee no no we No E. her man he's from cedar rapids Iowa he's been in an on again off again relationship for almost twenty years with the thirty seven year old woman named Jill Shelton on Monday night Jill was over at Robert's house and they got into an argument according to jail Robert threatened her older you sit here and watch roots so you can better understand your racism no try to talk about it being a racist and he said he'd kill or if he didn't all my god he's so this is her story yeah Robert is a black guy in jail as white it's not clear whether Robert for still to watch the original roots the mini series from seventy seven or the twenty sixteen remake didn't even know there was a mailer wow he was arrested for harassment false imprisonment here for someone to watch it well but she's dating him like you think you know and he's like look you some of the stuff you're saying his bomb amino month black history month two yes there is fully the stuff you're saying not right yeah I'm trying to help you
"fifty two years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And it's fifty two year history after John ham of bad been saying, among other shows was thrilled. I hope all of you feel the same way that I feel, which is pride Shawei and exuberance for all of this stuff because this doesn't happen that often as we know third seed, Michigan has opened its first college World Series appearance. Since one thousand nine hundred eighty four with a five to three win over Texas Tech and Florida state beat Arkansas wanted nothing Barbara Kusak. Bloomberg sports update, the man on top of the leaderboard after three rounds of the US open is the same on who started the day in that spot. Gary woodland, he sitting at eleven hundred right now. Justin Rose closed within one shot. He sits all alone in second pleased about today as I the tougher the shot and the tough of the whole better, I seem to play, you know, pulled off some some good swings and the right time at Lisa. From a bit conference going into tomorrow, rose on FOX three men time for third. Brooks KEPCO Louise stays in. And she says, really a wild wind for the Mets who held on to beat the cardinals eight two seven Saint Louis almost tied the game except for Jeff McNeil who want a blue pit throughout pitch runner. Jack Florida, who is trying to score from first to end it Pete Alonzo. Mammoth, three run Homer. JD Davis also went deep Noah Syndergaard with a right hamstring strain left the game in the seventh. He'll be reevaluated again in the morning. Gleyber torres. Homered and drove in three. Cameron may been went deep. Gary sanchez. Drove in three the ankles, doubled up the White Sox, eight to four Nestor Cortez junior picked up the winning relief. Here's Aaron Boone on his at his tempos great. You know he works quick..
"fifty two years" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Biden will be campaigning in Iowa today. And the question is, is the state big enough for both him? And President Trump, who will also be an Iowa today as we hear from correspondent Karen Travers to president participates in a tour and delivers remarks at southwest Iowa renewable energy in council bluffs. The company has over eight hundred members many of whom represent local farmers in banks, and mid west agriculture business owners, the White House says the president will highlight the implementation of the new e fifteen rule which allows more ethanol to be using gasoline, year-round, not just eight months. The president's also expected to push for congress to move forward on the US, Mexico, Canada trade agreement. There were at least nineteen democratic presidential candidates in Iowa over the weekend for a Democratic Party dinner, Biden was not one of them. The latest poll has him up by eleven points over anyone else who is running as democrat wins news time seven ten. We have traffic and AccuWeather coming up in a minute. Mary MAC's wife of artist. Peter max killed herself over the weekend in her apartment on riverside drive at eighty four th street cause of death and nitrogen aspects and hailing nitrogen has been recommended by certain euthanasia advocates. Mary max have been involved in a vicious legal fight with other members of the max family over control of her husband's artwork. Peter max is eighty one years old and suffering from dementia. In two thousand fifteen his son Adam accused his stepmother of trying to kill her husband. She accused him of stealing more than four million dollars worth of art, that, Peter max, given her in a prenuptial agreement. Mary max was fifty two years old. Wins.
"fifty two years" Discussed on KOMO
"Fifty two years ago today. Aretha Franklin's version of respect was released. This song became an icon of classic Aretha than most people figured. It was originally hers in reality though, it was written and recorded by Otis Redding in nineteen sixty five. Franklin's cover of the song has been synonymous with her name over the last fifty two years and Woodstock fifty officially cancelled organizers of the festival which was scheduled to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of the legendary music festival. This summer say plans for the event will not go forward. In a statement, the global marketing group behind it listed a number of issues, including concerns about the health and safety of those who would attend. They also questioned whether Watkins Glen International Speedway in New York could accommodate one hundred thousand people at a festival KOMO news time now to fifty update on our propel insurance money news. We check that at twenty and fifty past the hour with Jim Cesco Amazon is making some. Moves related to its second headquarters in northern Virginia. The ecommerce giant is leasing some temporary space in crystal city moving to vice presidents there from Seattle to oversee workforce development and some other projects. It has also posted its first job listings for the new Arlington county headquarters five postings each for multiple hirings. Amazon has said that will ultimately be twenty five thousand jobs over the next ten to twelve years. Stocks ended higher today. The Dow industrials any with a gain of eleven points. That's your money. Now, I'm by the way, Amazon closed lower today by half a percent as did Boeing Alaska Airlines a little lower at the close. But just by a tenth of a percent. Some games today for Costco, and Expedia Expedia by almost two percent, actually an even day for Microsoft. Starbucks Nordstrom down a little bit. And about one percent. High one percent gain rather for T mobile US up to seventy three dollars and sixty cents a share which your money news at twenty and fifty past the hour..
"fifty two years" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The fifty two year old teacher has been arrested on suspicion of felony child endangerment. She reportedly has had her teaching credential suspended twice since two thousand seven the video was posted by ABC thirty. You can see it on our website at x ten seventy dot com. A mural in Korea town is being taken down some people who live in the area say it depicts the Japanese imperial flag. It was painted on a building at Robert F Kennedy community schools more than two years ago by mural artist, Bo Stanton. This is not the rising sun flag. It's not red and white with a red circle in the middle. Still Roberto Martinez local district central superintendent for LA unified said he made the decision to remove the mural after community members said they were offended by it. We believe, but when it divides the community, then we have to make decisions where to go next. He says the plan is to remove it over winter break and then work with the community toward commissioning a new art piece in Koreatown, Margaret, caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio four twenty time for your money. AT and T and the Justice department are squaring off in court in Washington as it tries to undo the Time Warner deal. The government says AT and T can threaten blackouts and raise prices on rivals. It's met with some skepticism to judges on the panel question. It's argument against a lower court ruling that approved the deal a lawyer for AT and T is trying to poke holes in any communists report on the merger's impact on prices after the bell Lululemon reporting another quarter of double digit sales growth yoga, where retailers still expect sales to grow it established stores this quarter. But the company says it'll be a little slower in the high single or low double digits, China could be behind the massive data breach. At Marriott Starwood hotels. Reuters reports private investigators found tools techniques and procedures that were used in previous attacks attributed to Chinese hackers. But since others also have access to the same tools. China's described only as the lead suspect on Wall Street, the Dow down seventy nine points, the.
"fifty two years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The Marseille band camp show, Jamie Markley that's David van camp, Scott Robbins, joining us, and we have crisis on campus. All looking for our safes given space that the world is a dangerous place. This is crisis on campus. Okay. John camp familiar with the show. We poked fun it fell college activities before we get there though. This is a story that you just saw David. Yeah. So we have to legitimate crisis on campus that are that are kind of funny. This one's not really all that funny. It's just a freaking bizarre. But this is a high school this happened in Brasilia, California. Just south of Fresno, California. A teacher has now been arrested and is facing child endangerment charges because there are these videos that came up that show her forcibly cutting several students hair. While belting out the national anthem. Apparently, she had been acting irrationally all week and so students had been reaching out to school with authorities. But they didn't do anything about it. The school district. Didn't do anything about it. Her name is Margaret geissinger fifty two years old and I'll play some of the audio in second habit. Okay. I, you know, maybe sophomore junior. All right. So she's a science teacher, and she was chopping off his students hair, and he's trying to move away from her and she says, no, you can't go anywhere. Eventually she gets up and walks around the room and you'll hear in the audio the kids kinda yelling and running out of the room because they don't know what she's about to do. Okay. So holy smoke. A set up the video it looks like there is a teenage boy who had been sat in front of the classroom for everyone to see and he stands up and starts to walk away. And that's where we'll pick it up. You'll hear her yelling at him saying you're not done yet. She's got a pair of scissors in her hand. And she is about to start singing as well. So he sits.
"fifty two years" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Fifty two year old teachers been arrested on suspicion of felony child endangerment. She reportedly has had her teaching credential suspended twice since two thousand seven the videos posted by ABC thirty and you can see it on our website KNX, ten seventy dot com. Ten twenty hour KNX ten seventy and Adrienne Mitchell. Checks your money, AT and T and the Justice department are squaring off in court in Washington as it tries to undo the Time Warner deal. The government says AT and T can threaten blackouts and raise prices on rivals. It's met with some skepticism to judges on the panel questioned its argument against a lower court ruling that approved the deal a lawyer for AT and T is trying to poke holes in any communists report on the merger's impact on prices after the bell Lululemon reporting another quarter of double digit sales growth, the yoga where retailers still expect sales to grow it established stores this quarter. But the company says it'll be a little slower in the high single or low double digits, China could be behind the massive data breach. At Marriott Starwood hotels. Reuters reports private investigators found tools techniques and procedures that were used in previous attacks attributed to Chinese hackers. But since others also have access to the same tools. China's described only as the lead suspect on Wall Street, the Dow. Down seventy nine points. The NASDAQ up twenty nine in the SNP down four we check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour. I'm Bloomberg's Adrienne Mitchell. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio in just two minutes on KNX. We'll hear about the retaliation claim that earned a Long Beach. Police officer two point five million dollar payday. It's ten twenty one from Anaheim.
"fifty two years" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Team, you know, they're all. Fifty fifty two year fan for the Cowboys. Doc, Pearson, Newhouse garrison, just great players, teens, and yeah, it was a tough call. You know, excuses that you know the mayor's pretty good kicker and and who knows? I mean, we gotta play him down road again, got to play, you know, the ugly, Philly. Well, if you change the e in the front with a nap in the g. with see, that's what we call them and. Mike, I appreciate the call callback soon. Okay. I'm glad he's sobered up by. That's a new drop is we just get thrashed please give dropper. I don't know if Mike's gonna. This is gonna get more upset or and lead more two thrashing. But Edward air at worder knows all about the Cowboys organization reporting that the special teams coach of Washington saw the way that the long rapper of the Cowboys moves the ball on the ground before snapping it and told Jay Gruden. He thought that was illegal, even though it's not as a looser mentions that if as long as you lift the ball off the ground, you're able to shift it. I guess he's never been called for that before, but the specialty in coach for Washington, Jay Gruden who told the officials to watch for it and they called it at the worst possible time for Dallas. And interestingly, and I'll tell you this. Officials should know this. The officials should know this coming into the game that this is this is a long snapper snaps, prepare for your game just like everybody else does. But if he's moving the ball enough to make a defensive player junk penalty, but it's never been called Chris. It's not been called the nets and that's on all the previous officials for not catching it. First of all, I don't believe it's illegal. Secondly, these officials should know this is the way he snaps the ball. He said six penalties, four false starts after nearly two thousand snaps. That's it. Man, that is tough. And if I'm Jerry, Jeff, I'm Steven Jones. The competition committee. I'm jumping down somebody's throat today. That's for sure. And how about this? We haven't talked about this because the rest of week seven happened the first game, how about variable going for two for the case to try and win it from the one yard line. And I don't have a problem with that of the play call. Yeah. How do you not dare Kennedy back there, but not just that though. How do you not even have the in the same way that Reggie Bush wasn't on the field for USC at the end of the USC Texas NAT, basically, for all the marbles Rose Bowl with like five minutes, trying to Donovan have him on the field as a decoy. They didn't even have anybody next to mariota. So any Derek, Carr, Derek Carr start, shoot, David Carr, tweeted out perfectly sing. Any play call that doesn't have the threat of mariota running shouldn't be on the play call sheet for the two point play. I have no problem with the fact that they try to win that and go home from London with one shot from the one yard line because it was a one yard because of a penalty. Don't love the play at all. That's the way Philly ribs, five and two, nobody's talking about them. Well, we've got the rest of the week to talk about Jake Glazer's first up. We'll send a bus for them. He's first up tomorrow, Jeff, Rahm Purdue as well. Derek Lewis is coming up on Wednesday by the way you understand. I understand that you do. We'll see on Tuesday, everyone..
"fifty two years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Good vibrations. Fifty two years ago this week Brian Wilson experimented with the song over the course of seventeen recording sessions talk about being a perfectionist at the time. It was the most expensive pop song ever recorded costing about fifty thousand dollars to make. Worth it considering the hit the we got values. As sounds like a good investment. It does sound like a good investment. But here's the interesting part. I did a little math. And I don't know I could be a little off here. Mike. So it costs fifty thousand dollars to make back in the sixties that would be the equivalent of more than three hundred eighty three thousand dollars today. That's that whole inflation thing coming about again because that's a lot of money for a hit song. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. So let's talk about the future of our portfolio concerning inflation is that drastic as this example here is that why we need to keep a close eye on it affects all of us. And it's this thing that we can't really see right? It's visible and things invisible. Like that. It's hard to hard to think about right. So if I'm sitting down with someone and we're having a conversation about how much income they need right now. What we're gonna do is around look at what their expenses are. And make sure that we provide them with enough income. So that after tax the net, they get covers all of their expenses. All right. And for us. I don't meet anybody. Who goes well. Yeah, I'm going to retire. And now I want to have to do with less. We're trying to transition into retirement and maintain our current Senator living, and the reason I mentioned maintain her current Senator living, but adjusted for inflation and taxes moving forward is because that's really really important. So let's say that give an example were sitting down with somebody to go. Listen, my expenses run me about ten thousand dollars a month. So I need to make sure that net of taxes. I'm I'm getting ten thousand dollars a month to pay those expenses, or we're gonna put together a financial plan that accomplishes that but that ten thousand dollars a month and expenses has to increase right here after year after year. And so the the example you gave while the took fifty thousand dollars at the time, and it a cost three hundred eighty three thousand dollars. It's a very real thing. And if you don't build it into a financial plan is very problematic. So Chris and not only do we do financial plans for individuals every single week. Not only do we do analysis of current portfolios. Every single week. But a lot of times were looking at financial plans that someone has gone from another adviser, and then, you know, sometimes it advisors at one of the big bang firms or one of the big financial institutions, and and inflation is always an issue and a lot of times they don't add inflation in my problem with that personally is we're showing people how to invest their assets. So that they'll be successful in retirement. And I define that as making sure you get the income stream you need until you're at least the age of ninety five and ninety five you know, that sounds like forever, but it's a real number. I mean, people are living a long time, but you can get the income stream you need at least to the age of ninety five adjusted for taxes and inflation, and guess what? If you're in your sixties, and you're retiring and ninety five is thirty something years away. Inflation has a huge impact on that. I mean, and yeah, I mean, we think of the beach boys like gee, whiz fifty two years ago. They would have cost fifty. Two thousand versus three three your retirement is going to cost more ten years from now fifteen years from now twenty years from now, you have to make sure your including that and a lot of these plans that I see put together don't include inflation or the minimize inflation. And to me, that's that's long-term not going to be a successful plan. So we can't underestimate it. It's a very real thing. It's not going away. People wonder what's going to happen in this economy with with market's doing? I mean, again, there's volatility, but Marcus doing very well unemployment at all time low Donald time, but fifty year lows wages super high the reason the feds talking about maybe raising interest rates is potentially an issue. Right. They're worried about inflation. You know when things get overheated things start doing fleet. I mean, we're we're hearing about companies can't hire people now because unless you're willing to pay a minimum wage workers seventeen dollars an hour. It's hard to find someone. That's right, bright Amazon's out, they're paying, you know mean so all these companies are paying lots and lots of money to get help these are potential issues. People hear about it in the news. But there's no reason they should know Kristen it's our job to know, how it affects their portfolio. How long term break it down in a simple easy to understand way of why it's important without them having to keep track. And I think that's really the benefit of having a financial advisor like you. And the team at town wealth management is. Yeah, let's simplify it. That's what we. That's right. That that that's what I get paid to do is worry about that stuff. So our clients don't have to worry about it. Right. I am worried about it. When we have to be careful with inflation's, a very real thing. And that's why we do the analysis. That's why do we do the complimentary financial plan? So that's why we have actively managed portfolios. That's why we're fee based advisors. That's why we're fiduciaries Christian. That's also why we are private wealth management company. And I don't work for no big or a big firm. There's nothing wrong. There's a lot of great advisors out there that do that. But the only problem is if I worked for a big company guess what they're gonna want me to promote whatever the corporation wants to promote right? And that limiting to me as an investment advisor. And it puts me in a position where I can't always sit down and put my best foot forward because I'm having to try to steer people towards a particular product that my company wants me to sell so in this situation as a private wealth management company. We can be very very.
"fifty two years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Who's fifty two years old? He's married in New York City. Police sergeant he served our community beautifully. His wife also is in the New York City police, and well, there's lots to learn from his case it as a medical history. He is married. He's got two daughters. He's wife is also a New York City. Police sergeant. The straightest nicest people, you can imagine and one day he wakes up, and he has blood in the urine. And we talk about that often. That blood is often a warning sign if you cough up blood or you farm at blood or blood in the urine or blood in the store can be ominous sign this van had blood in the urine QN to one of the hospitals of New York area. He told him he had flooded in a year. And they did a scan of his body found a kidney cancer and took him immediately to remove his kidney. So tells you a lot number one he didn't go to the emergency room to get worked up for the year, and he could have gone to his doctor. He could have been seen a urologist surgeon that works on kidneys. And he could have said, okay, Dr urologist, what are my options? No, what happened is your our just came into the emergency room with his white coat and big stethoscope and says, you gotta have your kidney removed like there were no other choices and that surgeon offered the pain. No other choices that in stage opt to see if the cancer traveled in offer a biopsy to see if it was really cancer. None of those things they just took him immediately to surgery, and in fact in this case, it was a cancer. They cut out the cancer without staging them up. And next thing, you know, it gets a chest. X Ray and it shows cancer traveled to the lungs meaning metastatic cancer stage four in the fifty two year old man a man who had never did anything wrong. He wasn't a smoker drinker. Father was a smoker we know that kidney cancers often related to smoking. He may have got secondhand smoke from his father that related to this cancer, which should really be sad. So yeah, this kidney removed the cancer showed up from the long. And then the doctors want to give him endless chemo. Immunotherapy for stage for cancer care, the pet scan the of the brain scan. They even did a biopsy the long so for the kid didn't do any by. Yup. See the line. They did a biopsy because they wanted to do something. Meant that much renew. The other cancer fifty two year old man to be highly unlikely they have more than one different kinds of cancer, and he lost twenty seven pounds. Why did he lose so much weight lost so much weight because he is cancer was eating up? The calories has cancer was eating up to calories of this cancer was eating up the calories. It was taken away his weight. So he decided not to have chemo because he understood that chemo only works temporarily he decided not to have immunotherapy because interested give meal therapy. If it works only works temporarily in the slow rates, and he came here to thirteen eighty four Broadway with multiple lung metastases and asked about all the options that we spoke about all the options, and he'd chose to have radio surgery. And I didn't hide anything. I talked about surgery and chemo and immunotherapy and ear in that scene chemo doctors before, but he did not want to have chemotherapy, and he had chemo had no chemotherapy at radio surgery, only and did great. And yet. Unfortunately, after the surgery, the cancer just travel, maybe the surgery, even spread the cancer. Who knows? The next thing. I know his wife calls me on the phone and says, Dr Liederman he's dizzy can't stand up straight. I said get an MRI, and he goes back to that same hospital, and guess Mariah the brain they see a metastases in the brain the cerebral which controls movement, and again, the surgeon walks into some neurosurgeon tells him he has to have neurosurgery. And his wife calls me up. It's the doctor leader in biz my husband half to have neurosurgery. I said, well, you can't if he wants or he can have not invasive treatment like what we've done for his multiple long metastases cancers traveled to lungs and she spoke to her husband called me back later when we do not want to have his head opened up. He's adamant no brain surgery only focused noninvasive treatment he came to me last year. And so last year we treated both long his brain metastases was interesting as he signed out of the hospital because he just did not want to have that surgery has a neurosurgeon. Gave him such a low dose of steroid steroids are given for people with brain tumors to reduce the swelling. They gave him such a low dose that it would have no beneficial consequences. I've never ever seen a patient sent home on such a low dose of steroids. And I'm speculating that the surgeon didn't want the patient to get better on steroids. Because almost everybody gets better on steroids steroids, reduce swelling and take suppressor off the brain. I think that the certain didn't want the patient to get better. He wanted him to come back to the hospital that surgery. Well, this patient was pretty smart, and he came immediately to me, and I saw the dose, and why was sitting there. We got him a bigger dose and within the hour. He got better just within the hour for the medication. And he understood that surgery was not what he wanted. He got the medicine. He felt better. He got radio surgery, which is pinpoint treatment in our hands. There's no cutting no bleeding, no pins in the head other places us. Pinson, the head screws that go through the skull scalp into the skull painful. Ours is totally noninvasive treatment or I in New York with brain radio surgery. He had his treatments and just yesterday. He came back to see me, and he got scans of his entire body got brain ameriserv evaluate is brain tumor. You've got Fati scans today. We just body in all his cancer body and brain that we treated is in remission, and there's no new tumors. First time he comes. No, new tumors cancer is in remission brains, remission bodies in remission after radio surgery, only, no chemo. Immunotherapy can I can tell you that he is so happy and his wife was so happy that he's in remission after our treatment. Only refusing chemo refusing him row therapy. This is what he is doing and these intact and living his life and married and has two daughters and doing what he wants to do this. Is his life and his choice. And that's how radio surgery has allowed him to avoid the complications of brain surgery. Even possible death of during brain surgery. Same for cancer metastatic to the long and his avoided chemotherapy and immunotherapy which has low levels of success success successes only temporary with those systems. So this is the work. We do we have lots of information about brain radio surgery can send you the separate brain booklets. We can send you body booklet about body radio surgery and DVD at no charge. Just by calling us at two and two choices two two two four six forty two thirty seven two two two four six four two three seven just give us a call. If you want we do accept most insurances Medicare Medicaid. This is the work that we do every day. About other seventy seven years old is from Haiti he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in four years ago. Hit a PSA four get half the treatment he cancelled a treatment. There's a family emergency. And he never went back in the hospital never called him. He's got a half the treatment and never finished the treatment. Well, has it treatment doesn't work? Very well. And the cancer is coming back. He saw a two year our just to hotshot urologist in town. And finally, he makes it to me I've never seen him. So I seen urologist radiation, doctors yet half the treatment is PSA's rising the PSA import well after successful prostate cancer treatment, the PSA prosthetic specific antigen, which is also used to help detect men at high risks with cancer. His PSA is going up. It's going in the wrong direction. And he comes to us to complete the therapy four years after leaving his treatment. So luckily, he's being seen here and. We're working to make sure as cancer hasn't traveled. This is the work that we do wherever the cheese men with suspected prostate cancer cross cancer and this win incomplete treatment left his treatment. Elsewhere never wanted to go back there either. I should say that as well. So this is the work we do, and we have a lot of information for prostate cancer. We have a new booklet, and we have a new two part DVD, one of the major talk show host in New York City is they're talking about his prostate cancer other men talking about their prostate cancer. So there's lots of information it's a two part DVD encourage anyone male or female, man or wife interested in prostate cancer.
"fifty two years" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"You know it's funny too i do have some news i could share with you guys but i'm not how about that for irony that's what i bring it up the day i have news not gonna fuck and give it to you how about that how about that chilling in my orange chair with my orange shirts not telling you news because i don one i was on fighter and a kid last week and fuck in man that was fun we got the old tmp crew back to back together we'll we'll sasso bryan callen i guess hosted i co hosted for fucking brendan schaub my boy brandon was in was doing something in houston doing stand up and buying all sorts of shoes wearing tight pants love him for that by the way i wanna wear more more type pants but my legs are the size of a two pig and i do leg day so much and i work so hard i'm trying to get that teardrop on quadricep above my knee but it's so hard it's a okay malek's won't grow brown i wanna i wanna i have i have i have fucking thin legs now haven't been body you know i'm vida out i got a fucking swimmer's body all good look so sumi i have a fucking swimmer's body my mom used to tell me that when i was in my teens it's all good did it stick with me yes do i actually think i have no do i say it in a funny way mockingly yes but i guess hosted it brought brian fuck fucking syria strawberry milkshake you can't have it because psoriasis fucking guys psoriasis fifty two years old has psoriasis because he fucking takes a bunch of supplements that some guy gives them put it on instagram you could see it if you want to anyway we want to have some twitter questions let's go to twitter questions babies i talk about the real issues at sucks how ice melts right what's up with temperature it's all fucked up where stand up of all time here we go by lethal hey it's leader okay how do you how do you one fire and ivan gets rid of come up with the titles to each episode obviously they come from within each episode after you've recorded but for example low monopoly peace and not man on flyer does this make sense well you kind of answered your question however i will say we did think men on flyer but since i already have a special comment on fire i didn't i just didn't want someone like for me i was like oh i don't want people to mix it up i want one thing to be one thing and then not to be able to fuck i don't ever one governor bid something is all did you mean man on flyer or did you right man on fire right man on flyer and then google is like fire it was just a little confusing people are fucking idiots out there aluminum philippi sounds funny and to me if i heard something woman opoly piece it'd be like all click on that so that's how i came up with that one but you kind of answer your question we just come up with whatever metaphor made us laugh and a lotta times in the episode all be trying to a i'll be doing the thing and i'll be like oh that's the title and then i forget it.
"fifty two years" Discussed on WLOB
"Elle on for for fifty two years she gave me hill and he finally died under some rather mysterious circumstances and uh i miss him almost more on this the other so it's so because he had he had something you've got he had an intellect and i'm in mind a photographic memory and uh what he had problems because he was besides being homosexual he was bipolar and it william into being a psychological drunk roof and not use mother kept saying he was an alcoholic most had no it's not internees genes would be an 'alcohol iq these are growing and had a hell of a time trying to get her no the difference but neither here this thinking there what would you you're saying you knew that in his son was gay for years before he told you is that what you're saying oh heck yes i mean i knew some time he was about two years old while waiting to how did you know with two one of the do that that made you say the sun his mind is is that way when when maybe it's a twinkle ladies i it was little effects uh i mean if a guy is a twinkle in his eyes gay well no not necessarily but i'm i'm gonna tell you let me give you a clue i'm one of those weird people like i look people in the eye and i see from the i i don't look at the face the body and not act the first thing i look at it i i wanna see who's drive when that body and allow epa we'd be surprised if your tv start doing that you'd be surprised at what you can pick up william would you my you x or former military uh a retired out of the air force in.
"fifty two years" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So this was the last american slave ship and it actually came in uh fifty two years after it was made illegal to import new slaves into the country slavery was still legal um but you were not allowed to bring slaves in and so a analogy i'm a river boat captain um and plantation owner made a bet that he could actually sneak a load of slaves in under the twin federal courts that guard the mouth of mobile bay and um you know is a fairly wretched bed but then he set out to do it and actually accomplished it so it arrived in mobile app ethnic it had as many as a hundred and sixty slaves on it one hundred two hundred and ten okay good thank you it and federal authorities caught wind of this illegal venture and what happened well so the the river boat captain had stayed here he hired another captain to go to africa and bring them back and he actually bought a ship to do this for thirty five thousand dollars which in 1860s incredible amount of money um so when when these ship came back he knew he was being followed he knew the feds were looking for the plan had been to bring the ship to his plantation which was on a river and offload the slaves instead they snuck it in at night and they actually uh use different river channels to sneak around the port of mobile they got up in the delta which is a huge fast uh swamp system um you know think oh key finocchi swamp and um they offloaded the slaves under cover of night and then they lift the ship on fire to destroy the evidence of their crime but says you know slave shifts notorious would they smelled terrible that just you can imagine with the crew there were a hundred and twentyfive people on the spoke for months um so the slaves were then left the.
"fifty two years" Discussed on WLAC
"Work dot com we love to get to it and should my guess is we have not the question we do and we actually get this question quite frequently and this particular email question comes from a client that is fifty two years old in saying that they need to make a withdrawal from the 401 k but because their younger than fifty nine a half they know that they'll have a 10 percent penalty in you need have taxes on withdrawal so they're asking win and what timeframe are they required to pay that 10 percent penalty in taxes do they pay it at the time of withdrawal or when they filed their tax says okay okay so a lot of me to this question their younger so there's this magic age of fifty nine and a half don't ask me where the higher s kits these numbers thank you the government um so yes so she's i believe she's only fifty two so she's looking at a penalty if you take out money before your fifty nine and a half you have to look at taking a 10 percent penalty per the irs has unusual rules now also anytime you take money out of a 401 k or an ira you have regular ordinary income taxes as a was talking about in the last question so basically you're gonna have to pay taxes and a 10 percent penalty on the total amount that you withdrawal so so the kinds being hit twice twice that is absolutely right and a lot of times people don't plan for that so are always asked declined shibata you've heard me say this why must you use this bucket when i mean by that is that whatever money you need let's say you need twenty thousand dollars to pay off astute loaner to put a deck on the house is the only option are there not any other buckets a money that we can pull from now sometimes life happens in there is no and there should be no shame because we can't take all the money with us i recognize that if life happens in you need the money and it so happens that the only place that you can access money that's liquid is.
"fifty two years" Discussed on WLAC
"Work dot com we love to get to it and should my guess is we have not the question we do and we actually get this question quite frequently and this particular email question comes from a client that is fifty two years old in saying that they need to make a withdrawal from the 401 k but because their younger than fifty nine a half they know that they'll have a 10 percent penalty in you need have taxes on withdrawal so they're asking win and what timeframe are they required to pay that 10 percent penalty in taxes do they pay it at the time of withdrawal or when they filed their tax says okay okay so a lot of me to this question their younger so there's this magic age of fifty nine and a half don't ask me where the higher s kits these numbers thank you the government um so yes so she's i believe she's only fifty two so she's looking at a penalty if you take out money before your fifty nine and a half you have to look at taking a 10 percent penalty per the irs has unusual rules now also anytime you take money out of a 401 k or an ira you have regular ordinary income taxes as a was talking about in the last question so basically you're gonna have to pay taxes and a 10 percent penalty on the total amount that you withdrawal so so the kinds being hit twice twice that is absolutely right and a lot of times people don't plan for that so are always asked declined shibata you've heard me say this why must you use this bucket when i mean by that is that whatever money you need let's say you need twenty thousand dollars to pay off astute loaner to put a deck on the house is the only option are there not any other buckets a money that we can pull from now sometimes life happens in there is no and there should be no shame because we can't take all the money with us i recognize that if life happens in you need the money and it so happens that the only place that you can access money that's liquid is in your 401 k ira bowel means you have to do it and our job as advisers has just to help you plan for it and.
"fifty two years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Of the things that frankly turn me awful lot was all of the end of the world scenario does that seem to be propagated by some people every single sign in the world was an indication of this is the and this is the end uh i'm fifty two years old though the end is not here yet which is a good lead into an article that was actually done by our friend billy hollowell and here's the question is the rapture upon us the full story behind the september 23rd biblical prophecy inward prophecy using quotes the person who's written this article in these here to explain what in the world is going on here our good friend billy halliwell welcome back with brook chester thanks for having me this stories quite intriguing i will let you explain it because this there seems to be one of these every uh every few years there's some sort of theory about what's happening in the heavens in what it means here on earth explain this one forest sir yeah we actually had there's so much going on with the story to be dory's over on bait wire dot com about this because it done much speculation and much confusion and it's really interesting because you remember the whole thing with the eclipse right up you week valya clipped were also looked at at the prophetic if there are a lot of people i've been looking at that but they've also been looking at the temper 23rd and the reason for that is there's no wind minute in the third and it involved involves none in the moon and at that a wind been constellation burco on is a very rare thing now some of these people who are propagating bit claiming that the temperate 2030 some sort of prophetic sign they are saying that the alignment of the stars is reflective of what we find in revelation well we're we're we're references the woman and the earth pain that all of that so there's sort of looking at it think well walk happening in a very rare and down on the moon and dr in the constellation they're all gonna why not but it will back me like revelation twelve which okay we know this is happening the alignment of the.
"fifty two years" Discussed on KOMO
"Victim a fifty two year old man taken to the hospital in critical condition no word yet on the driver or on what kind of car police may be looking for you'll need to use a different ramp to get on the i five again that is the on ramp at ford street that is shut down and it could be for quite some time almost frank lenzi a man who was run over by a tacoma police officer three years ago is suing the department emmanuel on draw a former soldier was lying in the road on north five street after a night of heavy drinking about three years ago and officer luke faulkner who'd been looking for carparelli didn't see him in ran over him surveillance video posted on the tacoma news tribune page for above there by from home nearby shows the patrol car moving slowly up the street running over and dragging the man attorneys for andrei say the officer wasn't paying enough attention because he was texting with a coworker about dinner plans a five point eight earthquakes shook montana idaho in parts of our state overnight aimed rolling quake just sort of white back and forth back and forth reporter david winter us abc fox montana we've lived in montana for about two and a half years i time but i feel quite here here's quake was centred near lincoln where there are no reports of major damage new stricter rules regarding the use of cell phones while you're driving are going to take effect july 20 twentythird komos brian calvert reports live local drivers are preparing for the change on this particular morning the phone is ringing off the hook at foss audio in tukwila lured is out two weeks from this sunday you can't even pick up your phone while driving in the state of washington gave the nc with a phone in your hand it's going to be a mediaeval over an immediate ticket it jill dollrr ramble says he's getting plenty of enquiries about hands free devices the focus has changed a little bit war from just being i want wanna play music at my car to order mr mccaren oh and it really need to make sure and we're going hands free because they're going to be pretty serious about it comes ally ethan at the nearby car toys store is getting the same questions yes.
"fifty two years" Discussed on WSJ Watching Your Wealth
"He gave his money to his mother to hold really he was saving up for a bank deposit and he was an adult us he was fifty two years old really fifty two years old he had a bank account okay but again essay his descends mother was like fort knox wouldn't given the money but he knew at the same time that you really needed the money she would give it to an interesting so it seems like they're coming up with strategies on how to keep money off limits until you absolutely need it yeah exactly and that's a really tough balance to get right i would imagine it is especially in some people who are more often be like yeah that's great in theory but i want to live my life i want to enjoy my life so where do you strike that balance how do you find a happy medium there yes suits is really like you're saying everyone's gonna have their own balance that they're going to look for um but were finally you even at what i've won families still have some version of this because it's really about balancing the quantity verses longterm investments make end sense everyone's looking for some way to to find right any you know in today's world you never know what's going to happen to your primary source of income you hope you're going to have the job but you have to beat the planning for that time when may be a don't end so living below your means tricking herself into having you know could a convincing yourself you have less money than you actually do could be a beneficent officials strategy longrun wondering what we can learn about giving in philanthropy from poorer family this was one of the most interesting.