35 Burst results for "First Fifty Years"

No sea serpents, mobsters but Tahoe trash divers strike gold

AP News Radio

01:13 min | 7 months ago

No sea serpents, mobsters but Tahoe trash divers strike gold

"Scuba scuba scuba scuba divers divers divers divers have have have have completed completed completed completed an an an an unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented year year year year long long long long effort effort effort effort to to to to remove remove remove remove litter litter litter litter from from from from the the the the shores shores shores shores and and and and waters waters waters waters of of of of Lake Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a closer closer closer closer look look look look bring bring bring by by by snow snow snow capped capped capped mountains mountains mountains Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe has has has seventy seventy seventy two two two miles miles miles of of of shoreline shoreline shoreline Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe fund fund fund CEO CEO CEO Amy Amy Amy berry berry berry says says says it's it's it's hard hard hard to to to find find find a a a place place place is is is gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous the the the size size size of of of it it it the the the clarity clarity clarity I I I mean mean mean the the the blue blue blue of of of Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe but but but as as as with with with many many many bodies bodies bodies of of of water water water it's it's it's had had had a a a trash trash trash problem problem problem Dr Dr Dr calling calling calling west west west founded founded founded clean clean clean up up up the the the lake lake lake to to to tackle tackle tackle to to to fight fight fight back back back against against against plastic plastic plastic and and and all all all forms forms forms of of of pollution pollution pollution both both both above above above and and and below below below the the the surface surface surface Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe blue blue blue vodka vodka vodka CEO CEO CEO Matt Matt Matt Levitt Levitt Levitt both both both helped helped helped fund fund fund the the the effort effort effort and and and took took took part part part we we we polled polled polled twenty twenty twenty five five five thousand thousand thousand pounds pounds pounds of of of trash trash trash and and and debris debris debris out out out of of of the the the lake lake lake he he he calls calls calls that that that game game game changing changing changing a a a relatively relatively relatively few few few people people people made made made this this this giant giant giant impact impact impact I I I mean mean mean we've we've we've undone undone undone forty forty forty or or or fifty fifty fifty years years years the the the few few few men men men impact impact impact on on on Lake Lake Lake Tahoe Tahoe Tahoe in in in one one one year year year west west west says says says the the the effort effort effort will will will expand expand expand to to to other other other lakes lakes lakes in in in the the the Sierra Sierra Sierra Nevadas Nevadas Nevadas this this this summer summer summer your your your neighbors neighbors neighbors down down down in in in mammoth mammoth mammoth lakes lakes lakes go go go say say say hello hello hello down down down south south south and and and I I I clean clean clean up up up if if if you you you like like like I'm I'm I'm Brian Brian Brian Tong Tong Tong

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Slightly more Americans seek jobless aid last week

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Slightly more Americans seek jobless aid last week

"The the the the number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans applying applying applying applying for for for for jobless jobless jobless jobless aid aid aid aid ticked ticked ticked ticked up up up up slightly slightly slightly slightly last last last last week week week week but but but but the the the the total total total total number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans collecting collecting collecting collecting benefits benefits benefits benefits remains remains remains remains at at at at its its its its lowest lowest lowest lowest level level level level in in in in more more more more than than than than fifty fifty fifty fifty years years years years I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with a a a a look look look look at at at at the the the the numbers numbers numbers numbers applications applications applications applications for for for for unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment benefits benefits benefits benefits rose rose rose rose by by by by a a a a thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the week week week week ending ending ending ending may may may may seventh seventh seventh seventh to to to to two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand that that that that remains remains remains remains well well well well below below below below the the the the pre pre pre pre pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic level level level level of of of of two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department report report report report also also also also shows shows shows shows the the the the total total total total number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans collecting collecting collecting collecting jobless jobless jobless jobless benefits benefits benefits benefits for for for for the the the the week week week week ending ending ending ending April April April April thirtieth thirtieth thirtieth thirtieth fell fell fell fell by by by by forty forty forty forty four four four four thousand thousand thousand thousand to to to to one one one one million million million million three three three three hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and forty forty forty forty three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand that's that's that's that's the the the the fewest fewest fewest fewest since since since since January January January January third third third third nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen seventy seventy seventy seventy first first first first time time time time claims claims claims claims generally generally generally generally track track track track the the the the number number number number of of of of layoffs layoffs layoffs layoffs in in in in together together together together it it it it all all all all adds adds adds adds up up up up to to to to historically historically historically historically strong strong strong strong job job job job security security security security for for for for American American American American workers workers workers workers Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Man gets life for killings in California, Texas

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Man gets life for killings in California, Texas

"A a a a homeless homeless homeless homeless man man man man who who who who pleaded pleaded pleaded pleaded guilty guilty guilty guilty to to to to multiple multiple multiple multiple killings killings killings killings in in in in California California California California in in in in Texas Texas Texas Texas gets gets gets gets life life life life in in in in prison prison prison prison fifty fifty fifty fifty year year year year old old old old Ramon Ramon Ramon Ramon Escobar Escobar Escobar Escobar was was was was sentenced sentenced sentenced sentenced Friday Friday Friday Friday he he he he pled pled pled pled guilty guilty guilty guilty to to to to the the the the twenty twenty twenty twenty eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen killing killing killing killing of of of of his his his his aunt aunt aunt aunt and and and and uncle uncle uncle uncle in in in in Houston Houston Houston Houston Texas Texas Texas Texas after after after after their their their their disappearance disappearance disappearance disappearance police police police police questioned questioned questioned questioned him him him him he he he he fled fled fled fled to to to to LA LA LA LA where where where where prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors say say say say he he he he began began began began attacking attacking attacking attacking mostly mostly mostly mostly homeless homeless homeless homeless people people people people he he he he pled pled pled pled guilty guilty guilty guilty to to to to killing killing killing killing five five five five men men men men and and and and injuring injuring injuring injuring seven seven seven seven with with with with bolt bolt bolt bolt cutters cutters cutters cutters or or or or baseball baseball baseball baseball bat bat bat bat Escobar Escobar Escobar Escobar told told told told police police police police he he he he killed killed killed killed some some some some of of of of the the the the victims victims victims victims because because because because they they they they hated hated hated hated him him him him were were were were disrespectful disrespectful disrespectful disrespectful to to to to law law law law enforcement enforcement enforcement enforcement or or or or he he he he robbed robbed robbed robbed them them them them because because because because he he he he needed needed needed needed money money money money I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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Biden calls court's abortion draft 'radical'

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Biden calls court's abortion draft 'radical'

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is blasting blasting blasting blasting a a a a draft draft draft draft Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court decision decision decision decision that that that that would would would would overturn overturn overturn overturn the the the the roe roe roe roe V. V. V. V. Wade Wade Wade Wade ruling ruling ruling ruling that that that that protects protects protects protects abortion abortion abortion abortion rights rights rights rights home home home it's it's it's really really really quite quite quite a a a radical radical radical decision decision decision the the the president president president says says says he's he's he's concerned concerned concerned that that that after after after nearly nearly nearly fifty fifty fifty years years years the the the high high high court court court would would would decide decide decide a a a woman woman woman does does does not not not have have have the the the right right right to to to choose choose choose an an an abortion abortion abortion if if if the the the ruling ruling ruling as as as written written written stands stands stands he he he says says says it it it would would would affect affect affect not not not just just just abortion abortion abortion but but but other other other things things things based based based on on on the the the presumption presumption presumption of of of privacy privacy privacy like like like same same same sex sex sex marriage marriage marriage and and and contraception contraception contraception access access access right right right what what what he he he calls calls calls a a a fundamental fundamental fundamental shift shift shift in in in American American American jurisprudence jurisprudence jurisprudence he's he's he's pushing pushing pushing Congress Congress Congress to to to pass pass pass a a a bill bill bill codifying codifying codifying roe roe roe V. V. V. Wade Wade Wade Sager Sager Sager AMAG AMAG AMAG ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington

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Report: Supreme Court draft suggests Roe could be overturned

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Report: Supreme Court draft suggests Roe could be overturned

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is reacting reacting reacting reacting to to to to the the the the draft draft draft draft opinion opinion opinion opinion that that that that suggests suggests suggests suggests the the the the Supreme Supreme Supreme Supreme Court Court Court Court could could could could overturn overturn overturn overturn the the the the roe roe roe roe V. V. V. V. Wade Wade Wade Wade ruling ruling ruling ruling that that that that legalized legalized legalized legalized abortion abortion abortion abortion nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide in in in in a a a a written written written written statement statement statement statement the the the the president president president president says says says says the the the the basic basic basic basic fairness fairness fairness fairness and and and and the the the the stability stability stability stability of of of of our our our our law law law law demanded demanded demanded demanded that that that that the the the the nearly nearly nearly nearly fifty fifty fifty fifty year year year year old old old old ruling ruling ruling ruling stay stay stay stay in in in in place place place place he he he he says says says says a a a a Perot Perot Perot Perot ease ease ease ease over over over over toward toward toward toward it'll it'll it'll it'll be be be be up up up up to to to to elected elected elected elected officials officials officials officials at at at at every every every every level level level level of of of of government government government government to to to to protect protect protect protect a a a a woman's woman's woman's woman's right right right right to to to to choose choose choose choose and and and and will will will will be be be be up up up up to to to to voters voters voters voters to to to to pick pick pick pick pro pro pro pro choice choice choice choice candidates candidates candidates candidates during during during during the the the the mid mid mid mid term term term term elections elections elections elections the the the the president president president president says says says says he'll he'll he'll he'll also also also also work work work work to to to to pass pass pass pass a a a a federal federal federal federal law law law law codifying codifying codifying codifying the the the the right right right right to to to to abortion abortion abortion abortion a a a a bill bill bill bill passed passed passed passed the the the the house house house house last last last last year year year year with with with with only only only only democratic democratic democratic democratic votes votes votes votes before before before before stalling stalling stalling stalling in in in in the the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate Sager Sager Sager Sager Meg Meg Meg Meg Downie Downie Downie Downie Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Fewer Americans file for jobless claims last week

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Fewer Americans file for jobless claims last week

"The the the the number number number number of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans applying applying applying applying for for for for unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment benefits benefits benefits benefits fell fell fell fell again again again again last last last last week week week week with with with with numbers numbers numbers numbers holding holding holding holding at at at at historically historically historically historically low low low low levels levels levels levels the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department says says says says there there there there were were were were five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand fewer fewer fewer fewer jobless jobless jobless jobless claims claims claims claims last last last last week week week week than than than than the the the the week week week week before before before before at at at at one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred eighty eighty eighty eighty thousand thousand thousand thousand the the the the four four four four week week week week average average average average which which which which smooths smooths smooths smooths out out out out weekly weekly weekly weekly ups ups ups ups and and and and downs downs downs downs rose rose rose rose by by by by more more more more than than than than two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand claims claims claims claims but but but but in in in in mid mid mid mid April April April April there there there there were were were were just just just just over over over over one one one one point point point point four four four four million million million million people people people people getting getting getting getting unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment the the the the lowest lowest lowest lowest number number number number in in in in more more more more than than than than fifty fifty fifty fifty years years years years hiring hiring hiring hiring remains remains remains remains robust robust robust robust despite despite despite despite the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic slowdowns slowdowns slowdowns slowdowns which which which which at at at at one one one one point point point point had had had had unemployment unemployment unemployment unemployment at at at at fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen point point point point seven seven seven seven percent percent percent percent two two two two years years years years ago ago ago ago now now now now it's it's it's it's a a a a low low low low three three three three point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Activist's self-immolation stirs questions on faith, protest

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Activist's self-immolation stirs questions on faith, protest

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Inflation drives up Passover food prices for US Jews

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Inflation drives up Passover food prices for US Jews

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Americans applying for jobless aid is lowest since 1969

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Americans applying for jobless aid is lowest since 1969

"American jobless claims last week hit their lowest level in more than a half century some one hundred eighty seven thousand Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week the fewest since nineteen sixty nine the total number of people collecting jobless save as of twelve days ago is also at a more than fifty year low one point three five million Americans the jobs market continues a strong pandemic recovery with the unemployment rate dropping to three point eight percent last month still inflation is the highest in four decades offsetting pay raises many employers have an offering to attract workers the federal reserve announces interest rate hike last week and signaled more to come Sager made Ghani Washington

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U.S. first-time and continuing jobless claims decline in latest week

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. first-time and continuing jobless claims decline in latest week

"Latest numbers fewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week the labor department reports jobless claims fell by fifteen thousand to two hundred and fourteen thousand first time applications for jobless aid generally tracked the pace of layoffs the four week average of claims which smooths out weekly volatility also continues downward in total a little more than one point four million Americans for collecting jobless aid the week that ended March fifth that's a fifty year low earlier this month the government reported employers added six hundred and seventy eight thousand jobs in February as the unemployment rate dropped to three point eight percent U. S. businesses posted a near record eleven point three million job openings in January Ben

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Jobless Claims Edged Higher Last Week

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Jobless Claims Edged Higher Last Week

"Americans applying for unemployment benefits the labor department reports jobless claims rose by eleven thousand last week but analysts say layoffs are down to the very low numbers seen before the pandemic two hundred twenty seven thousand people applied for benefits the week ending March fifth the four week average for claims which compensates for weekly volatility went up slightly five hundred applications in all by the end of February there were one point four seven million Americans collecting jobless aid the lowest level in more than fifty years and businesses were posting a near record level of open jobs in January I'm

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Olympics Live: Chen sets world record in short program

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00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Olympics Live: Chen sets world record in short program

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Dignitaries honor Bob Dole at Washington National Cathedral funeral service

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Dignitaries honor Bob Dole at Washington National Cathedral funeral service

"Washington Washington is is saying saying it's it's final final good good byes byes to to Bob Bob Dole Dole at at Washington Washington national national cathedral cathedral god god I I love love the the guy guy president president Biden Biden noted noted fifty fifty years years of of friendship friendship with with dole dole who who died died Sunday Sunday at at ninety ninety eight eight after after a a life life the the president president says says was was marked marked by by service service honor honor and and integrity integrity taxes taxes now now sound sound for for this this giant giant of of our our time time and and of of all all time time nearly nearly died died after after being being paralyzed paralyzed in in World World War War two two but but came came back back to to become become the the Senate's Senate's leader leader and and the the G. G. O. O. P. P. presidential presidential nominee nominee Robert Robert dole dole says says her her dad dad accomplished accomplished a a

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Grand Ole Opry country singer Stonewall Jackson dies at 89

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00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Grand Ole Opry country singer Stonewall Jackson dies at 89

"Country country musician musician Stonewall Stonewall Jackson Jackson has has died died after after a a battle battle with with vascular vascular dementia dementia he he was was eighty eighty nine nine I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at his his career career and and Stonewall Stonewall Jackson Jackson once once said said he he came came straight straight from from the the farm farm in in nineteen nineteen fifty fifty six six and and on on to to the the stage stage of of the the grand grand Ole Ole Opry Opry he he was was the the first first act act to to appear appear there there without without a a recording recording contract contract he he played played there there for for more more than than fifty fifty years years his his hits hits include include Waterloo Waterloo I I washed washed my my hands hands of of muddy muddy water water why why I'm I'm Walkin Walkin and and BJ BJ the the DJ DJ DJ DJ DJ DJ he he said said that that the the two two thousand thousand six six AP AP interview interview his his name name really really was was Stonewall Stonewall Jackson Jackson always always thought thought well well if if you you use use in in a a famous famous name name of of some some sort sort they they could could be be bumps bumps along along the the way way with with it it but but it it never never had had been been a a problem problem to to me me

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 Striking Kellogg's workers to get 3% raises in new contract

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Striking Kellogg's workers to get 3% raises in new contract

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting striking striking Kellogg's Kellogg's workers workers reach reach a a deal deal on on a a new new contract contract Kellogg's Kellogg's has has reached reached a a tentative tentative agreement agreement with with its its fourteen fourteen thousand thousand serial serial plant plant workers workers that that if if approved approved will will end end a a two two month month strike strike the the tentative tentative agreement agreement includes includes three three percent percent raises raises cost cost of of living living adjustments adjustments in in the the second second through through fifty fifty years years of of the the contract contract and and maintains maintains current current health health benefits benefits the the company company said said members members of of the the bakery bakery confectionery confectionery tobacco tobacco workers workers and and grain grain millers millers International International Union Union will will vote vote on on the the new new five five year year contract contract Sunday Sunday some some Kellogg's Kellogg's employees employees have have been been working working more more than than eighty eighty hours hours a a week week over over the the past past eighteen eighteen months months to to keep keep up up with with demand demand during during the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi I I might might cross cross your your reporting reporting striking striking Kellogg's Kellogg's workers workers reach reach a a deal deal on on a a new new contract contract Kellogg's Kellogg's has has reached reached a a tentative tentative agreement agreement with with its its fourteen fourteen thousand thousand serial serial plant plant workers workers that that if if approved approved will will end end a a two two month month strike strike the the tentative tentative agreement agreement includes includes three three percent percent raises raises cost cost of of living living adjustments adjustments in in the the second second through through fifty fifty years years of of the the contract contract and and maintains maintains current current health health benefits benefits the the company company said said members members of of the the bakery bakery confectionery confectionery tobacco tobacco workers workers and and grain grain millers millers International International Union Union will will vote vote on on the the new new five five year year contract contract Sunday Sunday some some Kellogg's Kellogg's employees employees have have been been working working more more than than eighty eighty hours hours a a week week over over the the past past eighteen eighteen months months to to keep keep up up with with demand demand during during the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hi hi

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At historic abortion arguments, conservatives signal changes

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 1 year ago

At historic abortion arguments, conservatives signal changes

"The the supreme supreme court's court's conservative conservative majority majority is is suggesting suggesting potential potential sweeping sweeping changes changes to to abortion abortion rights rights roe roe V. V. Wade Wade legalized legalized abortion abortion nearly nearly fifty fifty years years ago ago when when the the court court reaffirmed reaffirmed the the decision decision two two decades decades later later ruling ruling states states cannot cannot ban ban abortions abortions until until the the fetus fetus is is considered considered viable viable around around twenty twenty four four weeks weeks the the courts courts now now being being asked asked to to overturn overturn those those rulings rulings in in a a case case about about a a Mississippi Mississippi ban ban on on abortion abortion after after fifteen fifteen weeks weeks Chief Chief Justice Justice John John Roberts Roberts is is among among conservative conservative members members questioning questioning the the viability viability line line why why is is fifteen fifteen weeks weeks not not enough enough time time the the court court could could simply simply uphold uphold the the Mississippi Mississippi law law and and say say nothing nothing else else but but abortion abortion rights rights supporters supporters say say that that would would still still effectively effectively overturn overturn roe roe V. V. Wade Wade Sony Sony a a sodomite sodomite war war and and other other liberal liberal justices justices suggested suggested that that may may create create a a public public perception perception that that the the High High Court Court is is simply simply a a political political arm arm will will this this institution institution survives survives the the stench stench Sager Sager made made Ghani Ghani Washington Washington

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The Latest: CDC says ages 18 and up  should get booster shot

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00:47 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: CDC says ages 18 and up should get booster shot

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention broadens broadens its its recommendation recommendation for for cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots the the centers centers for for disease disease control control and and prevention prevention is is now now recommending recommending cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for all all adults adults because because of of the the new new variant variant Omicron Omicron in in a a statement statement late late Monday Monday CDC CDC director director Dr Dr Rochelle Rochelle Wilensky Wilensky said said everyone everyone ages ages eighteen eighteen and and older older should should get get a a booster booster shot shot either either when when they they are are six six months months after after their their initial initial Fizer Fizer or or mature mature in in a a series series or or two two months months after after their their initial initial J. J. and and J. J. vaccine vaccine the the CDC CDC had had previously previously approved approved boosters boosters for for all all adults adults but but only only recommended recommended boosters boosters for for those those fifty fifty years years old old and and older older or or those those living living in in long long term term care care facilities facilities well well then then ski ski also also encouraged encouraged anyone anyone who's who's feeling feeling unwell unwell to to get get tested tested for for covert covert nineteen nineteen hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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White House rushes with infrastructure fixes for US economy

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

White House rushes with infrastructure fixes for US economy

"President Biden says the one trillion dollar infrastructure plan will impact everyone in this country this is Asian is going to change the lives of every American the president says the recently passed one trillion dollar infrastructure bill will have an effect on nearly every aspect of daily life especially when it comes to long neglected transportation issues is most significant investment passenger rail the past fifty years roads and bridges in the past seventy years public transit ever Biden also notes that the measure contains billions to build out high speed broadband internet across the country it addresses the ports and shipping issues causing the current costly bottlenecks Biden says he wants Democrats in Congress to act on his even more ambitious build back better program no one is coming to do this work it's up to us our country our planet our democracy all our hands right now Tim McGuire Washington

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"first fifty years" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"West hal greer willis reed butcher havlicek. Sam jones nate thurmond billy cunningham and so that group you can see a lot of why they they got there not just individual excellence but all of those guys except for elgin baylor had championships retired and so championships figure really a lot. In this i looked at also in the top fifty the fifty th anniversary list. Only nine guys made that who did not win rings and that was a baylor. Nate thurmond. pete. Muravich dave being george urban. Charles patrick ewing stockton malone Only one mvp only one guy who had won mvp during the first fifty years didn't make the top fifty. That was bob. Mce do so. Mvp feels like an almost automatic election. Unless you're bob mcadoo. So let's get to bob mcadoo for a second because one of the guys one of the guys on wrestling wrestling with. Yeah he got. He got snubbed. In one thousand nine hundred ninety six my good friend mark stein has never forgiven you in the rest of that voting panel for i leaving off one of his his childhood heroes. And there's a really strong case can do to make it. But that's now you're adding training mat. Mcadoo ended twenty five guys from the new era and not selling. Knock off too many guys. Did you let me just ask in general again. Without giving away your your seventy five ballot regrets misgivings looking back about who got left off for all. I know you might have voted for. Mcadoo had been outvoted in nineteen ninety-six but between mcadoo and adrian dantley dominique Those are three guys that were considered snubs back than dominique. In particular and a lot of people i think are trying to find ways now to get dominique on the seventy five team. We're the guys that you thought. That were legitimately snubbed. And when i say legitimately snubbed. I mean it's not just the usual complaint but like this was a mistake these guys should have been on yeah dominate and it's interesting what's ninety said howard because we're we all try to get rid of and i think in general one of the things that were try one of the few things we do pretty well is vote on these things. We take it very seriously every year. There's an mvp boat. Oh you're just like him because he you know. We tried to get rid of stuff and we call up other people and we try to do that correctly. Because it seems it seems important however comma as we had these little things inside of us that talked to us and they are a little as prejudices. I'm not even gonna call. That likes dislikes. And i hear bob mcadoo whispering tiny and for me dominique when i was covering bolivia i just loved the i just..

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"first fifty years" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"You know guide for my era. I won't reveal what he said. Exactly but dave dupree. Who was my friend from back. In the day they'd goes you can kick somebody else. You can't kick. He can't have made the team. And you kick ass off. And i said yes to that and then i said no and i ended up kicking making a few kickings to make room for new guys and i guess my particular. I'm not gonna say bias. Particular thought process was that i'm an old guy back covered the league in the eighties. And i really wanna shade this so fans that are coming. I don't do it for the fans. But i didn't wanna have all old names on there and if it came to me a choice between some mortal who helped make the league in the nineteen fifties like not bill russell course or but and then a guy who wondering about now even if he wasn't a legendary oss player i may be gave a little break to that so there's some degree of modernism in this thing but i don't want to go too far on that of course i have bill russell of foresight. Have you know wilt chamberlain. Course gary west elgin baylor oscar robertson. But it came to a close thing. I kind of maybe thought i should go more modern. Yeah that helps answer the question. No no it does to an extent because these things are all tied together. I mean one of the questions. I've been asking other friends in the business who whose opinions i value is. Should we consider the fiftieth anniversary lists. Sacrosanct are those fifty a permanent fifty and you can only add them. Like how seriously should we take it and one of the things that i've struggled with aside from just how dramatically this game in this league change from decade to decade to say nothing over the course of five years. It's also that simple math question right. Even if those fifty were universally agreed on as the best fifty of the first fifty years when you have another twenty five years pass to say that there could only be twenty five players in two thousand five years that we're better than any of the people that fifty list just defies all logic like if you hit some golden age of the sport and let's face it because of training and specialization and all these advances we've have people are there are more great players now. I just think there are and if you have four guys who are alzheimer's over twenty five years to just to throw out one possible number necessarily implies that you have to knock off some of the guys from the original fifty. The other thing that i've i've decided in my own mind jack to make me feel a little better about potentially throwing guys off from the original fifty is this. That was the greatest fifty list..

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"State by yoko ono and john lennon this is democracy now democracy now dot. org guy me goodman. We're spending the hour marking the fiftieth anniversary of the deadliest prison uprising in the history of the united states. Speaking with a formerly incarcerated survivor. Who was shot several times by state troopers in a minute. We'll be joined by one of the negotiators who were brought in by the prisoners. And the filmmaker who helped uncover the evidence of. What really happened a warning again that today's show includes graphic painful descriptions and images this clip from the new. Hbo max documentary betrayal at attica shows. How misinformation spread about how the hostages who were killed during the attica uprising. Actually died this is new york prison system spokesman gerald houlahan saying this hostages had their throats slashed and then the county medical examiner dr john edlund who contradicts him. But first we hear from attorneys lists fink and bill counselor had only waited till today there would be now forty of forty one still alive in the universe of arts. They would not wait because these men were expensive guards prisoners and no meaning in the scheme of things of our white totalitarian world power. They kill well several their slash I don't have all the details on. I understand that he died from. I don't have all of those details when you read the front page of the new york times. It's a scream it is. I mean they have them fighting hand by hand in the blocks for four hours. The press accepted houlihan's report of slash throats but the next day county medical. John edlund announced the true. I ate autopsies. Were only cases identified to us as hostages. All eight cases died of gunshot wounds sis conservative republican who the doctor so they blow all these bodies to him and he says oh this little shot what are you talking about. There was no evidence of slash throats. There was one single cut in the back of one of the next and they totally attacked him and destroyed. And this is another clip from betrayal at attica on the night of september thirteenth. Nine hundred. Seventy one fifty years ago today. New york governor nelson rockefeller cold president nixon to update him on the retaking of attica. Their conversation was recorded on the same machines that brought down nixon's corrupt administration. Three years later. This is part of their call. I know you've had a hard day. That i want him to know that i just back to the health. The courage schroeder and the judgment not reading amnesty. And i don't care what the hell the papers or anybody else says. I don't know what they say. I think that you had to do it that way. Because would have batted atmosphere in this case it would have met with you to have persians enough for over this country. Try and you did the right thing. That's tragedy the feast shot us march to no. That's my knee. When i threw around here to remind the president. I only. I wanted to literature that we were going in and i finally went in. We couldn't tell whether all thirty nine hostages were killed and maybe two or three hundred prisoners. Lots of pretty big you know. They did a fabulous job I just. I got the report this morning others the latest report. How many people would kill.

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"State by yoko ono and john lennon this is democracy now democracy now dot. org guy me goodman. We're spending the hour marking the fiftieth anniversary of the deadliest prison uprising in the history of the united states. Speaking with a formerly incarcerated survivor. Who was shot several times by state troopers in a minute. We'll be joined by one of the negotiators who were brought in by the prisoners. And the filmmaker who helped uncover the evidence of. What really happened a warning again that today's show includes graphic painful descriptions and images this clip from the new. Hbo max documentary betrayal at attica shows. How misinformation spread about how the hostages who were killed during the attica uprising. Actually died this is new york prison system spokesman gerald houlahan saying this hostages had their throats slashed and then the county medical examiner dr john edlund who contradicts him. But first we hear from attorneys lists fink and bill counselor had only waited till today there would be now forty of forty one still alive in the universe of arts. They would not wait because these men were expensive guards risen and no meaning in the scheme of things of our white totalitarian world power. They kill well several their slash. I don't have all the details on. I understand that he died from. I don't have all of those details when you read the front page of the new york times. It's a scream it is. I mean they have them fighting hand by hand in the blocks for four hours. The press accepted houlihan's report of slash throats but the next day county medical. John edlund announced the true. I ate autopsies. Were only cases identified to us as hostages. All eight cases who died of gunshot wounds was conservative republican. Who the doctor. So they blow all these bodies to him and he says oh this little shot. What are you talking. There was no evidence of slash throats. There was one single cut in the back of one of the next and they totally attacked him and destroyed. And this is another clip from betrayal at attica on the night of september thirteenth. Nine hundred. Seventy one fifty years ago today. New york governor nelson rockefeller cold president nixon to update him on the retaking of attica. Their conversation was recorded on the same machines that brought down nixon's corrupt administration. Three years later. This is part of their call. I know you've had a hard day. That i want him to know that i just back to the health. The courage schroeder and the judgment not reading amnesty. And i don't care what the hell the papers or anybody else says. I don't know what they say. I think that you had to do it that way. Because would have batted atmosphere in this case it would have met with you to have persians over this country. And you did the right thing. That's tragedy the feast shot us march to no. That's my knee. When i threw around here right to the health the president. I only. I wanted to literature that we were going in and i finally went in. We couldn't tell whether all thirty nine hostages were killed and maybe two or three hundred prisoners. Lots of pretty big you know. They did a fabulous job I just. I got the report this morning others the latest report. How many people would kill seven.

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"State by yoko ono and john lennon this is democracy now democracy now dot. org guy me goodman. We're spending the hour marking the fiftieth anniversary of the deadliest prison uprising in the history of the united states. Speaking with a formerly incarcerated survivor. Who was shot several times by state troopers in a minute. We'll be joined by one of the negotiators who were brought in by the prisoners. And the filmmaker who helped uncover the evidence of. What really happened a warning again that today's show includes graphic painful descriptions and images this clip from the new. Hbo max documentary betrayal at attica shows. How misinformation spread about how the hostages who were killed during the attica uprising. Actually died this is new york prison system spokesman gerald houlahan saying this hostages had their throats slashed and then the county medical examiner. Dr john edlund who contradicts him. But first we hear from attorneys lists fink and bill. Kuntsler had only waited till today there would be now forty of forty one still alive in the universe of arts. They would not wait because these men were expensive guards prisoners and no meaning in the scheme of things of our white totalitarian world power. They kill well several their slash I don't have all the details on. I understand that he died from. I don't have all of those details when you read the front page of the new york times. It's a scream it is. I mean they have them fighting hand by hand in the blocks for four hours. The press accepted houlihan's report of slash throats but the next day county medical. John edlund announced the true. I ate autopsies. Were only cases identified to us as hostages. All eight cases who died of gunshot wounds was conservative republican. Who the doctor. So they blow all these him and he says oh this little shot. What are you talking. There was no evidence of slash throats. There was one single cut in the back of one of the next and they totally attacked him and destroyed. And this is another clip from betrayal at attica on the night of september thirteenth hundred. Seventy one fifty years ago today. New york governor nelson rockefeller cold president nixon to update him on the retaking of attica. Their conversation was recorded on the same machines that brought down nixon's corrupt administration. Three years later. This is part of their call. I know you've had a hard day. That i want him to know that i just back to the health. The courage schroeder and the judgment not reading amnesty. And i don't care what the hell the papers or anybody else. I don't know what they say. I think that you had to do it that way. Because would have batted atmosphere in this case it would have met with you to have persians enough for over this country. Try and you did the right thing. That's tragedy the feast shot us march to no. That's my knee. When i threw around here right to the health the president. I only. I wanted to literature that we were going in and i finally went in. We couldn't tell whether all thirty nine hostages were killed and maybe two or three hundred prisoners. Lots of pretty big you know. They did a fabulous job I just. I got the report this morning others the latest report. How many people would kill pasta..

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"State by yoko ono and john lennon this is democracy now democracy now dot. org guy me goodman. We're spending the hour marking the fiftieth anniversary of the deadliest prison uprising in the history of the united states. Speaking with a formerly incarcerated survivor. Who was shot several times by state troopers in a minute. We'll be joined by one of the negotiators who were brought in by the prisoners. And the filmmaker who helped uncover the evidence of. What really happened a warning again that today's show includes graphic painful descriptions and images this clip from the new. Hbo max documentary betrayal at attica shows. How misinformation spread about how the hostages who were killed during the attica uprising. Actually died this is new york prison system spokesman gerald houlahan saying this hostages had their throats slashed and then the county medical examiner dr john edlund who contradicts him but first we hear from attorneys lists and bill counselor had only waited till today there would be now forty of forty one still alive in the universe of arts. They would not wait because these men were expensive guards prisoners and no meaning in the scheme of things of our white totalitarian world power. They kill well. Several throw slash. Don't have all the details on. I understand that he died from. I don't have all of those details when you read the front page of the new york times. It's a scream it is. I mean they have them fighting hand by hand in the blocks for four hours. The press accepted houlihan's report of slash throats but the next day county medical. John edlund announced the true i eight autopsies were only cases identified to us as hostages all eight cases who died of gunshot wounds. He was conservative. Republican who the doctor so they blow all these bodies to him and he says oh this little shot. What are you talking. There was no evidence of slash throats. There was one single cut in the back of one of the next and they totally attacked him and destroyed. And this is another clip from betrayal at attica on the night of september thirteenth hundred. Seventy one fifty years ago today. New york governor nelson rockefeller cold president nixon to update him on the retaking of attica. Their conversation was recorded on the same machines that brought down nixon's corrupt administration. Three years later. This is part of their call. I know you've had a hard day. That i want him to know that i just to the health. The courage schroeder and the judgment. Not reading amnesty. And i don't care what the hell the papers or anybody else. I don't know what they say. I think that you had to do it that way. Because if he would have batted atmosphere in this case it would have met with you to have persians for over this country. Try and you did the right thing. That's tragedy the feast shot us march to no. That's my knee. When i threw around here to remind the the president i only. I wanted to literature that we were going in and i finally went in. We couldn't tell whether all thirty nine hostages were killed and maybe two or three hundred prisoners. Lots of pretty big you know. They did a fabulous job I just. I got the report this morning others the latest report. How many people would kill hostages.

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"State by yoko ono and john lennon this is democracy now democracy now dot. org guy me goodman. We're spending the hour marking the fiftieth anniversary of the deadliest prison uprising in the history of the united states. Speaking with a formerly incarcerated survivor. Who was shot several times by state troopers in a minute. We'll be joined by one of the negotiators who were brought in by the prisoners. And the filmmaker who helped uncover the evidence of. What really happened a warning again that today's show includes graphic painful descriptions and images this clip from the new. Hbo max documentary betrayal at attica shows. How misinformation spread about how the hostages who were killed during the attica uprising. Actually died this is new york prison system spokesman gerald houlahan saying this hostages had their throats slashed and then the county medical examiner dr john edlund who contradicts him. But first we hear from attorneys lists fink and bill counselor had only waited till today there would be now forty of forty one still alive in the universe of arts. They would not wait because these men were expensive guards prisoners and no meaning in the scheme of things of our white totalitarian world power. They kill well several their slash I don't have all the details on. I understand that he died from. I don't have all of those details when you read the front page of the new york times. It's a scream it is. I mean they have them fighting hand by hand in the blocks for four hours. The press accepted houlihan's report of slash throats but the next day county medical. John edlund announced the true i. Eight autopsies were only cases identified to us as hostages. All eight cases who died of gunshot wounds was conservative republican. Who the doctor. So they blow all these bodies to him and he says oh this little shot. What are you talking. There was no evidence of slash throats. There was one single cut in the back of one of the next and they totally attacked him and destroyed. And this is another clip from betrayal at attica on the night of september thirteenth hundred. Seventy one fifty years ago today. New york governor nelson rockefeller cold president nixon to update him on the retaking of attica. Their conversation was recorded on the same machines that brought down nixon's corrupt administration. Three years later. This is part of their call. I know you've had a hard day. That i want him to know that i just back to the health. The courage schroeder and the judgment and not reading amnesty. And i don't care what the hell the papers or anybody else says. I don't know what they say. I think that you had to do it that way. Because would have batted atmosphere in this case would have met with you to have persians enough for over this country. And you did the right thing. That's tragedy the feast shot us march to no. That's my knee. When i threw around here to remind the president. I only. I wanted to literature that we were going in and i finally went in. We couldn't tell whether all thirty nine hostages were killed and maybe two or three hundred prisoners. Lots of pretty big you know. They did a fabulous job I just. I got the report this morning others the latest report. How many people would kill hostages.

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"State by yoko ono and john lennon this is democracy now democracy now dot. org guy me goodman. We're spending the hour marking the fiftieth anniversary of the deadliest prison uprising in the history of the united states. Speaking with a formerly incarcerated survivor. Who was shot several times by state troopers in a minute. We'll be joined by one of the negotiators who were brought in by the prisoners. And the filmmaker who helped uncover the evidence of. What really happened a warning again that today's show includes graphic painful descriptions and images this clip from the new. Hbo max documentary betrayal at attica shows. How misinformation spread about how the hostages who were killed during the attica uprising. Actually died this is new york prison system spokesman gerald houlahan saying this hostages had their throats slashed and then the county medical examiner dr john edlund who contradicts him but first we hear from attorneys lists and bill counselor had only waited till today there would be now forty of forty one still alive in the universe of arts. They would not wait because these men were expensive guards prisoners and no meaning in the scheme of things of our white totalitarian world power. They kill well several their slash. I don't have all the details on. I understand that he died from. I don't have all of those details when you read the front page of the new york times. It's a scream it is. I mean they have them fighting hand by hand in the blocks for four hours. The press accepted houlihan's report of slash throats but the next day county medical. John edlund announced the true. I ate autopsies. Were only cases identified to us as hostages. All eight cases died of gunshot wounds. He was conservative republican. Who the doctor. So they blow all these them and he says oh this little shot. What are you talking. There was no evidence of slash throats. There was one single cut in the back of one of the next and they totally attacked him and destroyed. And this is another clip from betrayal at attica on the night of september thirteenth hundred. Seventy one fifty years ago today. New york governor nelson rockefeller cold president nixon to update him on the retaking of attica. Their conversation was recorded on the same machines that brought down nixon's corrupt administration. Three years later. This is part of their call. I know you've had a hard day. That i want him to know that i just back to the health. The courage schroeder and the judgment and not reading amnesty. And i don't care what the hell the papers or anybody else says. I don't know what they say. I think that you had to do it that way. Because would have batted atmosphere in this case it would have met with you to have persians for over this country. Try and you did the right thing. That's tragedy the feast shot us march to no. That's my knee. When i threw around here to remind the president. I only. I wanted to literature that we were going in and i finally went in. We couldn't tell whether all thirty nine hostages were killed and maybe two or three hundred prisoners. Lots of pretty big you know. They did a fabulous job I just. I got the report this morning others the latest report. How many people would kill hostages.

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"State by yoko ono and john lennon this is democracy now democracy now dot. org guy me goodman. We're spending the hour marking the fiftieth anniversary of the deadliest prison uprising in the history of the united states. Speaking with a formerly incarcerated survivor. Who was shot several times by state troopers in a minute. We'll be joined by one of the negotiators who were brought in by the prisoners. And the filmmaker who helped uncover the evidence of. What really happened a warning again that today's show includes graphic painful descriptions and images this clip from the new. Hbo max documentary betrayal at attica shows. How misinformation spread about how the hostages who were killed during the attica uprising. Actually died this is new york prison system spokesman gerald houlahan saying this hostages had their throats slashed and then the county medical examiner. Dr john edlund who contradicts him. But first we hear from attorneys lists thinkin. Bill counselor had only waited till today there would be now forty of forty one still alive in the universe of arts. They would not wait because these men were expensive guards prisoners and no meaning in the scheme of things of our white totalitarian world power. They kill well several ahead there. Throw slash I don't have all the details on. I understand that he died from. I don't have all of those details when you read the front page of the new york times. It's a scream it is. I mean they have them fighting hand by hand in the blocks for four hours. The press accepted houlihan's report of slash throats but the next day county medical. John edlund announced the true i. Eight autopsies were only cases identified to us as hostages. All eight cases died of gunshot. Wounds was conservative republican. Who the doctor. So they blow all these bodies to him and he says oh this little shot what are you talking about. There was no evidence of slash throats. There was one single cut in the back of one of the next and they totally attacked him and destroyed. And this is another clip from betrayal at attica on the night of september thirteenth hundred. Seventy one fifty years ago today. New york governor nelson rockefeller cold president nixon to update him on the retaking of attica. Their conversation was recorded on the same machines that brought down nixon's corrupt administration. Three years later. This is part of their call. I know you've had a hard day. That i want him to know that i just back to the health. The courage schroeder and the judgment not reading amnesty. And i don't care what the hell the papers or anybody else says. I don't know what they say. I think that you had to do it that way. Because would have batted atmosphere in this case it would have met with you to have persians enough for over this country. Try and you did the right thing. That's tragedy the feast shot us march to no. That's my knee. When i threw around here to remind the president. I only. I wanted to literature that we were going in and i finally went in. We couldn't tell whether all thirty nine hostages were killed and maybe two or three hundred prisoners. Lots of pretty big. They did a fabulous job I just. I got the report this morning others the latest report. How many people would kill hostages.

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"first fifty years" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You know. We're doing something a little different this week. This prophet week on the eric metaxas show few years ago. We did bigfoot week or sasquatch week depending on where you are We did hell week. We talked about hell. We haven't done anything like that while i thought it would be fun and To talk to some folks Whom i respect and value in the prophetic now. A lot of you listening to this program. You don't even know what i'm talking about. Some of you know what. I'm talking about in your disdainful or skeptical or hostile to it. I i want to try to keep an open mind because all of us care about what god says. If you believe in god you know that we would never wanna put words in his mouth. That would be blasphemous and people do it And it's blasphemous. If and when they do it so we care a lot about this which is why I want to introduce you again to my guest. Mike thomson mike thompson. Welcome oh hi eric. So wonderful to be here today. What it's it's good to see you. I know you're in sunny. Las vegas where you have your church there if people wanna find you before we get into our conversation because you've shared some amazing things recently but if people wanna find your look you up where where would they best find you. Well there are the websites word of life. World outreach dot org and mike thompson ministries dot org dot com. The address of our building recording studio church is ninety. Forty one South paco's road in henderson sweet. Four thousand. alright. I'm on youtube and also on facebook. I'm everywhere your everywhere. Well you you've been on this program and we kinda got your your background the last time but just to reprise a little bit because just the other day you came on your youtube channel and delivered. What struck me as particularly power fall Vision that god had given you. It was really compelling. And i said i would love to get you on the program to share that with my audience. Many of whom are very ignorant of of this kind of thing And i think they shouldn't be. Because i think we need hope and it strikes me that You and a handful of others have been delivering some hopeful messages from god which Which we need at this time in this nation so But before you do that just just give a quick background on. When did you start hearing from god in this. Obviously supernatural way. Well i didn't come by it naturally. My wife she k- had been experiencing these things oliver live but when we just shortly after we married we received the baptism in the holy spirit together until i began experiencing insane and developing and training. Myself then to hear the voice of god. I didn't know how to do that before. But very quickly. It began to develop in my life. What year are we talk. When did you get married. Unc c. k. Our well that put me on the spot. Seventy two holy seventy three seventy three seventy three. Your were coming up on our fifty. Yeah you're you're. I predict it's going to last. I think the first fifty years are always say yeah. My parents made it to like sixty five so we think we're good. How wonderful well. You obviously got married young. I gotta say that There are many people who listen to this program. You don't either. They don't understand what we're about to discuss. Or maybe they're hostile to it for some reason so I i want to say again. The reason that i have you on is because you're one of those voices that you're you're very careful it strikes me very seasoned in in how you talk about these things because it's important. This is such a big deal that we can't afford to get this stuff wrong but you shared some really wild stuff recently and i say wild. I don't mean off. i just mean it was it. Was it struck me as a as important and I i just love you to to to share that if you would oh yes well. I've had a lot of experience. A lot of asians over the years so like you said season just by experience you learn and you always submitted to the word of god because the word of god is the grid but all things come by the word and the spirit so what occurred to me. is in this encounter with god. I was praying. It was thursday night. I was right down here in this recording studio was walking around praying and the spirit of god just took me into the supernatural the spiritual realm and it opened up and i was taken just kind of up over. The united states went over to washington. Dc and. i was in an elevated position. Now eric this is a. I know a lot of people. While guys fruitcakes you know but now it's real. And it's the way that god intended for his children operating supernatural. We all wanna wanna be clear. Like i've got has spoken me number of times. Not nothing like what. You have shared Am i have a number of friends. That seem to hear from god in these. Very dramatic supernatural ways. It's a particular gift that god has given you and We had chris read on earlier this week and amanda grace and others. But what's interesting to me is how it's not the same for any. Two people of chris read shared dreams. They were clearly.

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"first fifty years" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"How much i could move in the thank you years later saying. Yeah those guys were right but now it matters less because we're not on it. We really had to push their though. I mean for those listening. Just exclusively to podcasts. I just did an eye roll. So i mean you don't do subtlety while i was following up with make your way into these conversations without. Have you read any of the contracts where you might get in trouble where we might get in trouble if you read anything. A single not amazing how brazenly he just wanders in his crotch is on fire. Danger areas like inconsequential acting. I feel betrayed steven a. And max you're gonna. I hope you like being cut off by stephen a smith bed. You're you're cut off your access to the person that is literally fighting the world in months reportedly lucky you like matt. Damon doesn't cut off. I've got stephen. You even as minus one. Seventy according to our friends at draft draftkings the world. Yeah and this is just physical fight but that on the poll guillermo stephen a. against the world's steven a. minus one seventy figure out your friends. Who would you bet which way you betting go. And plus one fifty year. You going minus one seventy. What are you doing here. Are you ready for the mike. Ryan exclusive already. Are you ready for the bomba. zoa exclusive. Oh i've been teasing this. This is a big one. Nothing will ever be the same for this show ever again become. I've got a excellency exclusive chris. Wittingham on saturday will be a boys. Have been miami. Football resolve. Vincent according to sources close to the situation not only. It's so allow favor. Poor not only bullpens locally be treated pick chris wittingham on television calling into miami football find better he will be alongside soccer color commentator of our generation no god what an exclusive. I'm not done yet. More more fans of the dan lebatardshow nationwide will be able to enjoy it. Nationally on espn plus. Oh my god. Oh is a mike ryan. Ex doesn't make any sense the cat doesn't..

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Brian is to define the quality the quality of the sources and when we talk about the uber lucien from say actually q. to synchrotron radiation for second surge regime which will come to the fourth generation. Later is the in terms of brian. Ecb lucien so people be applaud. This kind of virus. Similar to moore's law in the vertical is oracle access is. Brian is on the santo. Axes year you know for the first fifty year we are basically stuck with Know after the invasion after the discovery of x rays where a kind of stuck with actually cube for fifty years and then the first generation. You know the there's a job in terms of brightness second-generation another job when we say a job it's not a fact of two or three job is a factor. It's all tools real back odor magnitude gerald. So usually those are plotted in the lock scale. Just like moore's law and the surge generation insurgent using this aneurin certainty device. It's another three three factor. Three older magnitude joe. So this is the sort double what we typically Describe the source in terms of their color. Which is a wave last which is tannoudji and the in terms of brightness which means You know just like you think about brightness of laser point versus lightbulb so i learned to go to one of your earlier papers Some dozen states fully coherent x. Ray pulses from regenerative amplifier. Flea electronically sir So you say be regionally to amplify flea laser. Se l. to produce fully coherent hard x. Ray pulses the method makes use of nato ban but bragg cousteau's to form an excellent feedback loop short under later So so you talked about holidays. We pulses so what is so special about this sweet electron laser. Okay yeah get that by your what is that. Yes okay Yeah so so before. I talk main paper and other papers Yeah you have in mind Let let let me. also Introduced the concept of free electron lasers so far only talk about the synchrotron radiation. Which is a you know whenever this is a. This phenomenon doesn't depend on It's a single electron always many electrons basically electrons emit independently at the you. Add up the intensity instead of. That's basically because they're third immediately in incoherent fashion so you just had up the intensity So the moi electrical costs helps because you have a higher intensity but Yeah so the net. So that's the first regeneration of single of the x-ray accelerator based x ray sources. Now i want to introduce the free electron laser. Which is you know again as you can imagine another..

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Geo back for day. Then he's heading now to canton ohio. Stay away from the airport. Flying gotta be out and about and you get the bill cower hall of fame ceremony. You're gonna see phil simms this weekend. Be with phil. Yeah okay. Because phil i was saying. Yesterday was all over twitter because he went and he spoke to the giants team. A couple of days have been there a long time. I don't think he spoke to the giants team. Yeah and he he said i heard that you guys were getting people saying they're hurt. Gordon and i said be careful. It'll be okay. People say all johnson like more another but anyway he also posted a video of him doing push with big chains on his back and then throwing a medicine ball were doing sit ups against the wall. And i'm pretty sure in the video he calls you out calls me out. I'm pretty sure he does. He says the out 'cause he's like you can't do this boomer and then he tweeted he said. This is the difference between me and boomer. Roy i should have tweeted drinking keila out there bandon dunes yourself. Kid have a great time. I'm walking. You know thirty six holes a day. Yeah probably about ten miles a day. Sure the golf club in my hand. He's talking to the new york. Giants doing push with chains on his back. Good for him. Yeah so you'll see him this week. I'm sure rub that and you whatever you know. I don't worry about any of that. Do you think that bill cowl reference you guys on the nfl today. Speech well hell. I've been with them longer than anybody. What's the what's the line on that that he says your name my name. Yeah is it like minus one fifty year. I remember this. I play golf with bill last week. i told him i said look. You're in the hall of not because what you've done it. Cbs you're in the hall of fame because of what you've done as the coach of the pittsburgh steelers in how long you spent. Yeah as part of the nfl family areas on cbs. Sports that works in bind peyton manning with a. That's the logo hat. That's why you're going into the hall of fame everything after that. Now if he goes into the broadcasters hall of fame sure like i did then you thank the people that you work with..

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

Ante Up Poker Magazine

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Ante Up Poker Magazine

"Yeah if you call and let them keep betting. I mean really. It's a poker equivalent of a scratch off ticket just hoping that You know when you leave the convenience store scratch it off you win. That's you know if you're not doing anything to it to affect the wind so are here so this is a good flop from my hand. I have top pair top kickers wells back door clubs and straits. I should raise at this point but decided to play cautious. Call one more street with the attention to pulling the trigger on a safe turn. I call the button. Wastes no time in calling as well and remained three handed with a pot of two fifteen. Well a little theme going here. don't we. Yeah being being more cautious than we normally would it twice now and they're going to end but It's not shaping up well. I don't think so terrible. All right the turn is the four of diamonds or bordellos queen of hearts ten clubs six clubs four diamonds and now the original razor checks okay. Well i think it's especially with that quick call by the button whether he's drunk younger. Not as i mean anything to me. You know so much. Drawing at the very least tubul could be drawing. I don't i don't think the guy with kings or aces is checking here. I think he's putting the hammer down. So i think we have the under the gun beat and i don't think a guy with kings aces on the button would've just called pre flop or would would not have at least raised on the flop with overpaid. So i think we're ahead. I think it's time to take this. And now and make a pretty big so the pot was to fifteen if you had you know if you had been leading the betting the whole time you'd probably about half the pot here. I would probably even more than that. Because there's two people in the hand. So i'm probably betting like one fifty year. Which is what. I would have raised you anyway in the last street so one fifty seems right and i might even better pot. Yes so yeah. He was number had in my head as well too concerned with pot. Is that.

"first fifty years" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"Is the guy did it that wipes him out for any future politics and it creates massive diversions next year in the midterm elections. That's what this is all about about finding anything but the fbi. That's what they're doing. That's what they're investigating. So is nancy pelosi panel better than the g. men. I know the gymanst image problem as well but come up so this is just a hollow joke oregon beautiful state you know i worked at channel to. At you tv in portland are at four point. Two million oregonians eight hundred thirteen thousand live in multnomah county. Maybe the most radical left county in the country. Okay so they have. Three major universities oregon oregon state portland state in two thousand twenty last year. Ninety eight percent of all faculty donations from those three universities went to democrats ninety eight percent get a one party state in oregon color of change george soros or pow giving them a million dollars a million dollars. What is color of change. It is an activist far left group that wants to defend and destroy the police. That's what he wants to do. I've run up against them. They are subversive and vicious subversive and vicious but not only to george soros. Give them money. Jennifer gave him money. Brad pitt anna. Kendrick michael b jordan. Justin bieber riana. Leonardo dicaprio lady gaga. Hate the police. Those celebrities gave color of change money. Usa today took a poll in detroit. Seventy eight percent. African american in the city of detroit ninety percent they said told usa today. They want more cops. More cops ninety percent. Unbelievable ben and jerry as you know. They're pulling out of what they call. Israeli occupied palestine. Close near ice. Cream stores there. So in florida and texas. They're taking revenge on ben and jerry this bureaucratic stuff. It's symbolic deal of ben and jerry ben cohen. Jerry greenfield both jewish k. They sold to unilever there. Had been in jerry but they still run a company. Those guys but unilever is behind the decision own. The company this season in history. All right right now. Top ten shows for nineteen seventy seventy one fifty years ago. Here they are number one. Marcus welby thirty million viewers flip wilson. Twenty eight million viewers. Now this is interesting guy okay. He after this huge success all right he left showbiz. He died at age. Sixty four liver cancer. He had some drug beefs some domestic problems but he was a second highest rated show fifty years ago. Here's lucy number three ironside. it's raymond burr. He was perry mason four gunsmoke five movie of the week. Six y five. Oh jack lord. Seven medical center. Eight bonanza at the end of its run nine. Fbi tent and everybody watched shows twenty billions and millions and millions of people. And then everybody talk about. And that's what i was saying. That cultural they. Now forget it if you get five million if you get five. you're huge. hit on cable. If you do three million your big hit all right quick break. We got a good mail saying in.

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"first fifty years" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"If it's a football season you know part of that show toughness. It's not just hey. We got lucky. Unlike the how tough for you how tough for your players. How tough is that group is and to survive this playoffs with everybody going down. There's a there's a case to be made me. Oh that was easy for you but at the same time like you gotta give the team. That's actually still healthy enough to win this whole thing a lot of credit. Yes i guess what. I'm having trouble wrap my head around is i. Do feel like the lakers clippers in nets. Were the were all better than whoever is going to win. This a healthy versions of those three teams are all kind of better than whoever we're gonna end up with. Now you're a fan of the bucks or the sons fuck you. This is why. let's not play the games. Then i get all the arguments. I've been in situations. We the two thousand one. Pats is a great example. That was not the best team. They won the super bowl. And then we got to hear about. You shouldn't have beaten the steelers. You shouldn't be the rams this is why we play the games. I just think in this case. I keep going back to that game three win. That box court is go. look at. That clipper sons box score from. I mean i'm sorry. Lakers suns box score firm game three this year. Oh game three and go look at like just a davis lebron like they just whack them they outrebounded by seventeen. I think they had too much size for the sons. And i think they would have figured out a way to win the series Especially with chris with the band up shoulder that you could argue. Chris ever gotten hurt. Maybe this set maybe it would have been seven and then the signs booker gets hot. A i get it but The seventy eight bullets. They went forty four and thirty eight in the regular season they They beat san antonio and philly. Were there not favored neither series. The sonics took the seven. They won on the road in seattle They had elvin hayes was their best player but it was kind of at the tail end of whatever he was west unsettled getting old. Bobby andrews great. I don't know if he's in the hall of fame yet but he should be. They had no point guard. Any kind of go through that team. You're like wow. How did they win. In the reason they won is because belong. Got hurt and the lakers had really fucked up season. The blazers the lakers two best teams. And then the sixers choked and had some dissension stuff and And they just kind of one and guess what all these years later. November remembers all that stuff Bullets title and that's what it's going to be with this title. The bucks linn is big. Hey we one. Plus books have one fifty years sons have never won. You think they give up their injuries. So i don. I don't want to dismiss it. It's just it's just weird to play this whole season and we're going to have a champion and i'm just not going to be convinced that that was the best team i need. I'll get there. I just need to wrap my head. No it's going to be nasty. And i'm telling you right now like when i think the most fitting thing would be from walkie to win at all because that fan base doesn't get nearly enough credit for how nasty they can be and they're you know everybody that's a national talk show guy. If you're dismissive of the box of just telling you like strap the vest on get ready. I i really respect how they came back in that net series after losing game five. I really think that was impressive. And how they pulled off the ot win on the road all that stuff granted it was durant and you know a bunch of role players basically but you still get credit for that. They came through. They could roll though where they did. You the coaches getting fired. They didn't roll over you just ten minutes talking about. They're not so. I i'm i'm saying is it's not like they did have real challenges that they overcame. I just think the road was really easy with even atlanta team. I just wish to say landon team was healthy. I think it would have been. The hunter is playing. Bogdonovich is out. The this would have been a really fun. Matchup would have been small ball and then the bucks would have to figure out how to counter safari i. I hate complaining about shit like this. I don't wanna be that guy. I just think bucks sons bucks sons is a finals is just bizarre to me. Like i'm not convinced either team can even score down the stretch. Sometimes we saw that nets defense completely. Shut down the bucks. In some of those playoff games. We saw phoenix yesterday. Couldn't make a shot for deter fourth quarter muscling game and i'm having a hard time. Wrap my head around that. 'cause scoring is so easy these days. We're up with this final steam. Where i'm not convinced either team can really get a basket with the need to although milwaukee certainly did today all right. That's who take that as far as we get of your little dismissive of the best version of a healthy phoenix. Chris paul not being away from nba games for a week. I think their offense offenses a little better than you giving a credit..

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"first fifty years" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"first fifty years" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Average averaged eleven pitches and inning and almost got to a perfect game. Yeah and by the way. Every one of his pitches during that walk. Hit the box everyone so it should have been a strike up. Should add a perfect game really. Essentially he did throw a perfect game because those were three strikes in there they were called. If they were robot umpires would add a perfect game last night. You look at this box. And that was the strike and that was ball four that was ball four but every other one hit the box to he was right around there right in that area on the plate for that. Walk for those four pitches and every one of them was a balsam. How stupid charles stanton. What's going on charles guys. What's up things. One is corey cougar. Invited to the bowl parade. Yeah dan without a doubt. We'll celebrate him that day. If we still care about no hitters that point there might be fifty thrown by august thirteen right and by the way. We're calling it a boat party. It's going to be the party. Yes it's going to be the boomer and geo august yes yes better. Okay to jon. Voight pointed out that it was also Corey kluber bobblehead night in texas. Yes so they had some bobbleheads of all different players but yet corey kluber was one of them from last year. You only through one inning for them. They were there. Were fans that got corey. Kluber texas ranger bobbleheads last night on the night that he threw a no hitter for the new york yankees that did happen through one of the rangers last year. One inning. yup one any. I know bobblehead. I mean took one fifty years for tom seaver to get a statue here with the mets and corey. Kluber throw winning of the rangers gets the bobblehead walter in east northport. What's going on walter. Great show love it I think what kluber did was fabulous. But but i think we're missing something with the yankee back there because Hitting two five double plays today and not a word be said about it because we really got worry about issues You know seconds. Pitcher eight that great now. I i have said this for the last number years. The reason why the yankees have lost in the postseason in recent memory with this group is because of clutch hitting. They can't hit in the playoffs. It's over and over and over again. But because it's aaron judge and giancarlo stanton and gleyber torres and these guys are so much potential and blah blah blah. Look how big they aren't home. Runs at exit velocity that we always assume that the lineup is going to be okay. It's not always going to be okay..

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