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How Is The Piri Reis Map so Accurate?
"Born around fourteen sixty five in gallipoli. A turkish peninsula across the gene see from greece. Pirie reece's real name was haji. Ahmed mouhidin puree. The word res actually referred to a rank. He acquired later in life. As a captain in the ottoman navy. From a young age. Pirie felt at home on the sea. It only twelve years old. He joined a crew of pirates led by his uncle. Kamal for fourteen years kamala attack christian trading ships in the mediterranean sea with periods side. The islamic ottoman empire was expanding but it wanted to avoid open warfare with italy. Spain and portugal. So it empowered private captains like kamal to do its dirty work period. Uncle taught him how to pilot a ship and navigate. Using the stars together they fought battles and stole plunder. The even rescued jews and muslims fleeing catholic persecution in the spanish peninsula and in fourteen ninety five. The empire officially inducted inducted puree and kamal into the imperial ottoman navy. Kamal died in fifteen ten leaving forty-five-year-old pirie without his captain and mentor freed from obligation. He hung up his pirate boots and turned to his. True passion cartography. He returned to gallipoli and to work on a map that he hoped would capture the whole world on a single page. This daunting task took three to complete period gathered more than twenty different charts created over the preceding two thousand years. One of his sources was an ancient map supposedly drawn from the reign of alexander. The great sometime between three thirty six and three twenty. Three b c e. Many others were drawn by portuguese and arabic explorers to combine all these charts period had to match the contours of each continent's coastlines to each other like fitting together pieces of a puzzle. Even with modern technology. This would be difficult but at the time. The task was nearly
Becoming an American
"With the fourth of july coming up. We're seeing red white and blue whether you were born in the united states or emigrated here independence day is a celebration for all people who live work hard and make up these united states of america. Today we're talking about citizenship. And we'll hear from a young activists dalia can darrow's fighting for the rights of youth and the us so let's dive in. The us has a lot of candles to blow out this. July fourth marks two hundred forty five years since the original colonies declared their independence from england. Hossam and their celebration went all out with patriotic. Parades and speeches like we still do these days with the addition of awesome fireworks shows and backyard barbecues also a tradition in the united states to hold citizenship ceremonies and independence day. A citizenship or naturalization ceremony is the final step in becoming a citizen of the united states where applicants take. What's called the oath of allegiance to the country. So how do you become a us citizen. If you're born in the united states you're automatically one. Yes but since its founding. The us has been a nation of immigrants over the centuries millions looking for new lives. Have come to the us. Many comfort job school or to be near family and to stay people are issued a travel document called a visa which allows them to remain in the country for a certain period of time. Some immigrants choose to become citizens and to do that. They need to go through an application process today. It's estimated that more than forty million people living in the. Us were born in another country. That's
Derek Chauvin Sentencing Set for Today
"Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvet faces sentencing later today and the death of George Floyd Eric Chauvin was convicted in April of second degree unintentional murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter for pressing his knee against George Floyd snack the sentence could be as much as thirty years and former federal prosecutor David wine stain things the forty five year old may get something close to that I'm expecting it it's going to be at least a cop and the odd line actually almost as high as the statutory maximum number although he's been convicted of all three counts you can only be seven some of most of the year which is what carries that statutory mac prosecutors are asking for a thirty year sentence while defense attorney Eric Nelson wants probation I surely after
My Name is Mud
"We're talking about mud. This ubiquitous combination of water and dirt is useful for science employed in health and beauty a little known component of professional sports. And it's even eaten to see someone's name is mud is to mean that they are lowly. We're that they are in trouble of their own. Making usually through some form of idiocy. There's an old story that the expression derives from doctor. Samuel mudd with two ds. Who unwisely took pity on. John wilkes booth president. Abraham lincoln's assassin mutt treated booths. Broken ankle that he suffered when leaping to the stage of ford's theatre for the doctors troubles. He was sentenced to life in a federal prison. Like many interesting historical stories. This one is not true. The phrase first appeared in print in eighteen twenty forty five years. Before lincoln's assassination in another obscure english slang mud was an eighteenth century equivalent of dope dolt or idiot and was used through the nineteenth century by union workers equivalent to scab or a strike breaker. Let's start with gio fiji. The scientific term for eating dirt or mud or earth on the island nation of haiti cookies. Made of mud are eaten and while they are tradition. They're not really eaten by choice. The mud helps to fill up the stomachs of the poorest country in the western hemisphere especially for the people in areas like the slum of city so lay yellow dirt from the central plateau of the island is mixed with salt and vegetable shortening spread into disks and allowed dry in the sun. The mud has long been prized by pregnant. Women who believe it to be an antacid an important source of calcium though there is no science to back that up even before the devastating twenty ten earthquake many haitians lived in what is called food insecurity a phrase that really under sells the condition
Namaste: Honoring the Light in All Beings
"Stay friends and welcome. I've been putting my palms together and bowing now for about. I think about forty five years ever since i first started teaching yoga and nama stay hot derived from sanskrit. It's an expression of reverence and it's often translated that the the light in me bows to light in you and i love this. I often think about how in the west we have a handshake. And some say it came from a showing that we weren't carrying a weapon and then in the east. I see the divine in you. I see the sacred you. that's a tad of a of a different flavor. As you know. There's a growing number of meditation cartoons and one. I saw just a day or two ago. Woman's meditating and just got really angry expression and her thought bubble is saying the light in me acknowledges the darkness in you many many ways our psyche can tweak things i know now. Of course the ritual of the nama stay greeting which is done all over the east it can be done in a very Perfunctory mechanical way. And many in asia described it as really being a casual. Hello or goodbye but consider for a moment. The power of this ritual of encounter. We really do with presence and heart know here. We are and say there's two of us and we're really you know feeling ourselves right here and facing each other and very sincerely putting our hands together. This gesture of honoring bowing her head. You know sensing the purity the light the goodness this living through each other
"Audience of One" Mark Schiff Bonus Show #10 - burst 3
"Guy this guy Be a doctor and the doctor calls inches. I got some really bad news. Your wife's mind completely gone. Nothing left and the heisman. I'm not surprised he should give me a piece of every day for the rest. Forty five years has there you go. That's funny stuff
Derek Chauvin ‘betrayed his badge’, prosecutors argue
"Former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin betrayed his badge by grinding his knee. Into george floyd neck during a deadly arrest last may a prosecutor said on monday at a murder trial that is widely seen as a test of the us justice system show. Wtn's lawyers responded by saying that the former officer was simply following training from his nineteen years on the force even as they acknowledged that the arrest caught in videos from multiple angles was distressing to watch. The use of force is not attractive but it is a necessary component of policing show. Wtn's lead lawyer said in his opening statement referring to the videos that show floyd a forty six year old handcuffed black man pleading for his life. The footage sparked worldwide protests against police brutality but in his opening arguments jerry blackwell a prosecutor with the minnesota attorney. General's office told the racially diverse jury. That officers who wear the minneapolis police badge. Pledge never to use unnecessary force over. You will learn that on may twenty fifth. Mr derek. chauvin betrayed this badge when he used excessive and unreasonable force. Upon the body of george floyd said blackwell aiming for a red conviction of a us police officer for killing a civilian chauvin and three other officers trying to arrest floyd on suspicion of using a counterfeit twenty dollar bill to buy cigarettes a misdemeanor. That prosecutors said could have been handled with a summons to appear in court. Instead of an arrest forty-five-year-old chauvin has pleaded not guilty to degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. He faces up to forty years in prison if convicted on the most serious
How to Be Sad in a Healthy Way with Helen Russell
"Tell me about this new book of yours and a podcast. Because i was looking at it. This is slightly different because we'll slotting or maybe not so how to be sad. Yes so i so. I've been now researching into happiness for the last eight years and reedy will be academic literature and speaking to as many experts. Get my hands on and really following the growing movement in in. I guess i don't wanna quite use the attempt self-help but this idea of of what we can do. And how we can observe our in culture of cultures around the world to try to give us the best chance of of keeping mental health intact and Keeping ourselves feeling upbeat on a daily basis. But actually the more it was simplified perhaps for sound bites off line or the more The the the rest of the world decision economic climate was was not perhaps doing any of us any favors The movie becomes clung onto this idea of happiness. That in the last few years. When i have talked around the world when i've done interviews with people and i collected my own research as well as reading the research of others. It seemed to me that there was so much anxiousness about not being happy. The procedure happiness to become all encompassing. And actually people will quite phobic of being sad and this seems like a problem because of course we can't be happy all the time We can put structural things in place. We can lifestyle things in place to try to shore up our chances and to try to look after ourselves but no one is happy all the time. Sadness is a normal part of life. I felt more. If we try and deny sadness we do ourselves huge home and sadness actually can also bring some benefits so that that really set me to thinking. I think researching the atmosphere happiness. My my last book you mention Looking different cultural purchase. I realized this in the us and the uk a especially there is a real reluctance to to do. Saddest studies. show that but americans are kind of out lies in that design not to be sad unto to choose happiness and to to be happy to put on this kind of jazz hunts front which as we certainly seen in the last year if not the last forty five years life through some huge challenges Away and You know the state of the world. Even there is much to be sad about the things to be angry about and that has to be okay to we have to be in touch with those emotions too so i wanted to really explore that from a cultural perspective from a historical perspective And speaking to you near scientists and psychologists geneticists and and really trying to understand the processes that are going on and the noble phases that we go into when we tried to deny us address and then what to do about them and how to be sad in a healthy positive way so that was my goal. Yes the knee. I was really intrigued. When i was reading a book. About the difference of cultures and things like portugal and brazil and bhutan. Where you know sadness and crying and you know. Death is celebrated its part of the normal circle of life. Then perhaps where i come from in finland we are very stone faced and we don't cry outside of the family circles and some does not at all even front of our parents or parents. Don't cry front of the children. It's very much these macho kind of culture. So what can we learn from these other cultures. What can we put in place in our cultures in our societies to help us to deal with sadness and it be normal circle of life. Yeah i think it is. That is that normalizing. It is talking about it. It's it's showing children that it's okay to be sad and that they will be sad sometimes and not trying to minimize that so certainly when i was growing up in uk. Those idea that if you're crying you're told it's okay. Don't cry at so easy for them out to cry but actually we'll probably charges crying for a reason and that reason may not be the same as it would if it was an adult but to deny a child's feelings doesn't set a great template for somebody being emotionally intelligent in later life and being in touch with their emotions so it starting at a really early age letting children know that their feelings are okay and they are legitimate and how to handle them really I think parents can can model to kids. And and anyone who's spent time with children comodal that And then it is yeah. It's i spoke to a A few psychology said things like that they will recommend if you see a dead animal for example. You see roadkill even you. You don't try and hide it from your children. You sort of say. Oh that's uh sad. Isn't it look fox has been over or whatever And it's just being june two to the sadness that's that we feel and then once we adults if we didn't have that growing up then it's learning to kind of regulate our own emotions in doing it belatedly which is harder but it is possible by allowing time for ourselves and really sitting without sadness rather than trying to rush and lives with business and activities and scheduling things that defer the sadness. Because it's not going to go away but they differ it and this year i think has shown for many of us as the world has slowed down and we haven't been able to travel many of us That people people have really kind of had to come to terms of things that perhaps they have pushed away for for many years and that's hugely challenging. You used to doing that so there are things that you can do to help. Of course things like Getting exercise we know that that's good for positive mental health and bodies but are not doing. It is is bad for us so more than in terms of just exercise it if if people who feeling generally okay are sedentary between three and seven days we will start to develop low mood that some fascinating research about this. It's it's the meat was about trying to stop normal sadness from becoming a two. And b tipping over into something more serious and i'm very keen to differentiate of course between normal sadness that we all experience depression and i've been now with both of them and they are not the same thing but there is there is evidence to suggest that we can start normal fatness into something more serious by allowing for it and handling it in a mall helpful way.
Jeep Called Out for Cultural Insensitivity
"From one. I'm david brown. And this is business. Wars daily on this monday march. Eight jeep is having a tough time of late. I it's super bowl ad. Featuring bruce springsteen came under fire for a mistake that left out a third of michigan on a map and also for not being more religiously inclusive then jeep stopped running the ad after it became public that springsteen had been arrested for driving under the influence. The charges against the boss were dismissed in february and then came a phone call from the chief of the cherokee nation and he had a big ask stop using the tribes name on jeep. Suv's the company has used some version of the name cherokee on its vehicles. For more than four decades after a hiatus jeep introduced its mid sized cherokee suv to the market roughly eight years ago and the jeep grand cherokee has been a perennial favorite among those seeking more spacious. Ride over the years. The company has faced criticism for using the tribes name. But this is the first time. The native american nation has directly called on the automaker to remove the tribal name from its vehicles. It all started when car and driver magazine reached out to the tribe for a comment about the use of the name in light of a new grand cherokee model being introduced the principal chief of the cherokee nation chuck in junior replied via a written statement to the magazine. That said quote. I'm sure this comes from a place that is well intended but it does not honor us by having our name plastered on the side of a car the chief has called on jeep to stop using the tribes name on its. Suv's the company has used the name for more than forty five years including onto suv's but it has said that it will enter dialogue with the tribe about the matter. It was bound to happen sooner or later. Cultural sensitivity to the misuse of names and imagery is running high right now. In recent years atlanta lakes has removed the image of a native american woman from its packaging after years of criticism. The washington football team was renamed. Last year dropping an offensive term from its moniker and in the wake of last summer's black lives matter protests. Tolerance for cultural
How to Reliably Improve Workplace Trust and Collaboration with Jill Ratliff
"One of the things that you write about. Is that the most important skills in leadership are gaining trust and knowing how to collaborate under stress. Absolutely what is it that good leaders do and stressful moments that promote trust in collaboration. We're you know. I think that The place where trust is broken and the place where we stale lead effectively is when the situation or the circumstance that we find ourselves in is greater than our capacity to maintain equity calm clarity focusing kindness right so the the root of trust and collaboration relationships right and then that ability to build them have them maintain them and to lead be able to lead in adversity. Because honestly you know when things are going well. We don't need help when things are going well. Our personalities aren't a problem when things are going well performance. Coaching is easy. So for me. Adversity is the jewel of leadership. And it's the metal that task your own leadership development and your ability to lead in those kinds of environment. I love that lane and it's where a lot of my work said okay. So you're working with a leader. The sauce has hit the fan. There's a mess and so how do you coach them to stay calm. And everything's going to be all right. I mean those are highly stressful times and okay. Sometimes people could react a little better than they do but most people aren't ready to sink combined and like you know let's toast marshmallows stuff that needs to be done. There's clean up that needs to be done and it's not about you know pointing fingers of blame but it's like hey chuck going here. So how do you counsel them when everything inside. Them is screaming white hot. Hey let's get on it and yet that emotional outburst may or may not be the best way to express themselves at that point in time. Yeah what on the the truth of it is. It never is the best way. Because and how. I counsel them as you know i start with helping people understand. It's all about energy where i meaning that at quantum physics right if you have a negative situation negative energies very strong. Right when you walk in a room and someone's upset or something's wrong or dares challenge. What does it feel like when you walk in. You know it immediately right. And even if you're in a group of people where five people are doing fine and one. It's really upset or concerned or or off. It tends to call it the other people in the room to follow that negative energy and then when we get that way literally inside our brains we lose the capacity to think clearly and to problem solve. So what you have to understand as a leader is one and this is sort of one of the key sort of foundational principles. My work is that as a leader. You came to solve problems. That's what you get paid to do. You know when you run an organization when you are promoted into management. You're basically you just got the job title problem-solver because that's what the company's paying you to do so one you have to think differently about adversity at work in problems. Because how could it be any other way I work mostly with organizations and leaders that are leading business transformation and change and i think we all know that leadership in the role of leadership in today's world is to navigate transformation and change used to have the transformation once every couple of years we'd have to say organization through now they roll one on top of another sort of constant pace of change so it's foundational skill as a leader to understand. One problems aren't the problem. They come every day all day. And it's your job to help solve them to the energy you bring into a room when there's a problem. Is everything about creating the ability to problem solve effectively with others. So if you're not able to do that and you're the leader then clearly you're gonna waste a lot of time and set back. The process of problem solving all of that is perfectly logical. Yeah makes a lot of sense powder you do. And why don't they do that. I mean why isn't that. The accepted norm instead of somebody. Exploding because and everybody you know diving under the table because we weren't taught you know think about it. How did you learn how to solve problems. What to do when things are when your situation or circumstance you're in greater than your capability you learn from your parents you know so we. We've learned by watching how the people the adults in our lives when we were young problems. And unfortunately you know. They weren't taught either so it's not a curriculum that we teach people so part of my work. I start with sort of three fundamental ways to think about work and the very first one is self mastery but you have to understand that before you can lead anyone else you have to be able to lead by example in the first place you have to be able to lead examples and adversity. So you i help people start looking at and understanding challenging moments and situations like this game on. This is where you build your leadership muscle. And i can i guess. Make the point by sharing a story about A guy named dorsey levens who the running. Back with the green bay packers. He played in two super bowls and he is a green bay packer hall of fame forty five years old and he has a mental toughness and sports utility training company. And my son who's a professional athlete His organization higher dorsey to train my son scott and after a couple of weeks of training. He said to dorothy. You should meet my mom to. You'd think so much. Like and dorsey tells the story now. I could sure i'd love to meet your mom. You know i'll work on that and he put it off and put it off and put off and then finally said georgetown. I don't think you understand. I think you really need to meet my mom. And so dorsey says later just to be nice to scotty agreed to meet me for a cup of coffee on morning and we were gonna meet from nine to nine thirty. This was his idea and at noon. We were still sitting there. And then dorsey came to work with me and what he said. Is you know as an nfl. Running back was tough. I thought i understood versi. And i thought that you know i wouldn't have survived an nfl. He goes but what you've taught me that. I didn't understand that why i was successful as a running back is because i could take a hit will keep on going. It was yards after contact. They measured my success by and the truth of it is if the defense party company and i ran straight into the end zone every time and scored nobody would share for me. And that's that we in life like as leaders and as teams that get in a foxhole together when we solve problems for our organization or for our team and we overcome like where we cheer ourselves. That's where we grow. That's where we where we build confidence so when we look at adversity or challenge of the problem. That shouldn't be happening is hilarious right in business today. How could we go through transformation. So everything into the air have competition like we've never had before have challenges in the world like we've never had before and somehow think that we're all gonna get together under that kind of pressure and not have challenged us so we have to change the whole way. We think about adversity at work and managing other people stress. When you're leader and step one is you can't begin to help people under stress if you do not understand where you hold where you fold and what i would say hannah. If it's a skill it is not a personality trait. You learn how to do it with a few simple tools and practice
Tiger Woods recovering after grisly Los Angeles car crash
"We're back with an update on tiger woods after he was transferred to a new hospital in los angeles. Here's miguel almaguer after. His transferred is cedar sinai in los angeles. There's been no update on tiger woods condition or his long term prognosis. The forty five year old golfing legend last listed in serious but stable condition following a rollover crash that could have cost him his life. He's in for a long recovery. Whether or not he requires other surgeries will depend on how fast the fractures heal with a rod in pin stabilizing his shattered leg woods. Injury is similar to the high impact. One suffered by pro soccer star. Steve zaku johnny who also fractured his tibia and fibula. My leg was pointing in two directions. He was sidelined for fifteen months of grueling rehab. It never returned him to top four to its day. I know that a sensation in the of my right foot is one hundred percent as woods focuses on his recovery here. Investigators are focused on why he crashed. Authorities say there were no signs of breaking as woods drifted out of his lane and plowed into an embankment. Answers will take time as will the road to
Tiger Woods has no recollection of car crash
"We're learning more this evening about that. Terrible car crash involving golf legend tiger woods and the effort by rescuers to say then. Here's miguel almaguer. Learned that the driver of this vehicle identified as tiger woods when rescue teams arrived at the wreckage. Tiger woods was pinned bleeding. This legs entangled in the mangled metal. The forty five year old golfing legend in searing pain. I know he was in pain. We all knew he was in pain. He voiced it. We had multiple people in there talking to him. Saying hey tiger it's going to be okay. We're gonna get you out of here. Just relaxed l. A. county fire captain. Jean barrett knows every minute matters her team of ten executing her extraction plant. We call these the irons using this accident crowbar. The team smashed. Open the windshield in pride woods out from the crumbled carriage still mostly intact. The steering wheel wasn't where it used to be had been pushed way up into the seat and onto his lap so he was essentially paint. He was essentially pinched. He was able to wiggle himself by the time we were able to get in there and talk to him. He was able to have wiggled his legs out from under the steering wheel but he was still entangled. He could not get himself out on his own. It took twelve minutes to rescue woods who shattered right leg now. Held together by a rod screws and pins could have been amputated had helped come later. He wanted out. He was going to do anything he could to help us get him out of the car so he was actually moving his arms and he was helping us get him out even with those broken leg. Success woods has no recollection of the accident according to investigators and there is no sign at the scene he tried to break the suv's blackbox like this one could contain critical data. Points like speed breaking lane drifting driver attentiveness. And even i movement tonight the crash clues and the heroine rescue. We did everything the way we were supposed to do it. Everybody's stayed in their lane. Did their job and it just happened to be a celebrity tonight. Tiger woods has been moved to cedars sinai hospital. He will continue his recovery. That fire captain says it's a miracle he's still alive considering all the damage to his
Cherokee Nation chief tells Jeep to rename its SUVs
"This is gonna be a big story nationally but also locally the principal chief of the cherokee nation has asked jeep to stop using the tribes names on all of its the deep grand cherokee sells like crazy. I think it's actually gps bestselling model. If i'm not mistaken but the company has sold suv's under the cherokee brand name for about forty five years. Now here is that t- talking about this today in two hundred. Twenty one of the action. I saying categorically that i think is wrong to use our name who peddle a response to this. Jeep said it's vehicle names have been carefully chosen and nurtured over the years to honor and celebrate native american people for their nobility prowess in pride gps. That is now more than ever committed to a respectable and open dialogue. But the chief said he couldn't really see any sort of rain underwood's it would be acceptable for deep to continue using his tribes name on its vehicles for most people tribes don't seem real In terms of the they're experiencing something in history and naming something after something in history probably doesn't feel too bad particularly if it engenders some strong positive emotions. But i think in this year two thousand twenty one we ought to be talking about the fact that tribes are still here were vibrant. We do a great deal for people in our communities and our names means something and they've been here a lot longer than the jeep company and other corporations that have seized are named for profit. Is there some way to keep could use that name that you'd be fine with it whether it's the way that they could use the name that i would be fine with it. It certainly doesn't honor by using that name and and it will surely never intended to.
Cherokee Nation chief tells Jeep to rename its SUVs
"So the jeep grand cherokee is the brand's bestselling model and has been for like forty five years have one however the principal chief of the cherokee nation has now asked jeep to stop using the tribes in name on their. Suv's saying i think we're in a day and age where this country just just. The corporations team sports and others retire the use of native american names and their images mascots and products jeep has said our vehicle names have all been carefully chosen and nurtured over the years to honor and celebrate native american people for their nobility prowess and pride or more than ever committed to a respectful and dialogue however the chief did say that he can't see any sort of arrangement under which it would be acceptable to him for jeep to continue using cherokee as the name of one of their vehicles.
Mysterious Tourist Resort Deaths
"The dominican republic is a jewel floating in the caribbean visitors to the island. Come looking for paradise in its verdant rainforests and white sand beaches more often than not they find it and then they tell their friends. Tourism is a massive industry in the dominican republic. In fact around twenty percent of the nation's gross domestic product comes from foreign visitors though the population numbers just ten million people dominicans. Welcome more than six million vacationers every year. Almost half of them come from the united states in two thousand eighteen. A disturbing trend began among the tourists. One that would go unnoticed for almost a year. Someone or something was killing them in june that year a fifty one year old. Pennsylvania resident named yvette monet export on her first vacation in years. Yvette was excited to finally relax at the luxurious by principal resort in punta cana. Little did she know it would be her final holiday. One evening event in her fiance had a drink from their room's minibar before going to bed in the middle of the night her partner hurting gurgling sound thinking nothing of it he turned over and went back to sleep but when he woke he that was dead. Yvette was just the first in a string of tragedies. The following month of forty five year old man named david harrison traveled to the dominican with his wife. Dawn they state at a different resort. But like yvette. David seemingly had a target on his back one day. He returned from snorkeling saying he felt unwell after he dawn fell asleep. The unthinkable happened. David woke in a cold sweat. Unable to move his wife tried to get help but it was too late. David had suffered a heart attack which caused his lungs to fill with fluids. I condition known as pulmonary dima. He didn't survive as two thousand. Eighteen ended it. Seemed like yvette. And david were to random fatalities but in early two thousand nineteen four. More people died seventy eight year old jerry current in january thirty one year old tracy jerome gesture junior in march and sixty five year old john corcoran and sixty seven year. Old robert wallace. In april each of these tragedies were reported to the authorities but no one made any connection between them until forty one year old miranda shop werner on may twenty fifth two thousand nineteen miranda arrived at the bahia principe bougainville resort with her husband. Dan the getaway was to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary. They hadn't been in their room. Long maranda took a drink from the mini bar. But after her first sip she suddenly convulsed she cried out for her husband and fell backwards onto the bed where she writhed in agony before passing out. Dan swiftly called the paramedics. Dan himself was a doctor. So he searched for miranda's polls he could barely feel it. He administered cpr until the emt's arrived. But neither he nor the medics could revive her. Miranda was declared dead on the scene the victim of a heart attack though miranda did have a history of cardiac issues. Her relatives back in pennsylvania had doubts as to whether they had killed her and their suspicion grew when they learned she had taken a drink from the mini bar right before collapsing. They took it as evidence that something else was a foot in just five days later it seemed they were proven right on may thirtieth at the bahia principe romana hotel staff entered a room to clean. They found two guests lying on the floor unresponsive. The housekeepers rushed to get help but it was too late. The couple was already long dead. The resort identified the bodies as sixty three year. Old edward homes and forty nine year old. Cynthia day of maryland. The pair had been scheduled to check out earlier that day. An autopsy revealed they had eerily died from the same cause as david harrison pulmonary dima. All three were cardiac related deaths in which fluid filled their lungs. But in edward and cynthia's case no one called for help. If their hearts gave out at different times one of them should have been able to dial reception but there was no call indicating the two people suffered identical heart attacks at the exact same moment with three dead guests in under a week. The bahia principe chain realized they needed to get ahead of the press. The hotel company released a statement stressing that they were doing everything they could to help the families of the deceased and they would cooperate with local authorities to determine if there was any link between their deaths
Extraordinary Boston Patient Offers Surprising Clues To Origins Of Coronavirus Variants
"Are trying to learn more about corona virus burien by studying the case of one extraordinary covid. Nineteen patient and this patient was a forty five year old man who admitted to a boston hospital last spring doctors at brigham and women's hospital treated him he got better and he was discharged but his infection never went away. This is a of an extraordinary individual who was readmitted over the subsequent five months for recurrence of his covid infection and severe pneumonia. Dr jonathan lee. One of the doctors who treated the man says he was not a so-called long. Hauler a person who clears their covert infection but has lingering after-effects sometimes for bunce. This man says had living growing virus in his body for one hundred and fifty four days. That is one of the remarkable aspects of this case and in fact he was highly infectious even five months after the initial diagnosis re spoke to npr science reporter. Mike lean duke left. Who picks up the story from here. These says the man's immune system wasn't working normally. He was taking any suppressive drugs for chronic illness. So his body couldn't fight off the virus very well but we also wondered if perhaps the virus was taking advantage of this unusual situation with so much time inside the man. The virus might have the unity to test out different versions of itself in find. More infectious versions. So lena's colleagues begin to examine the viruses genes. How shocked shocked because of virus was mutating very quickly inside the man's body these mutations allowed it to evade his immune system to escape detection by antibodies when i saw the virus and the viral sequence. I think i knew then that does that. We're dealing with completely different at a potentially important completely different because the virus had a whole collection of mutations not just one or two but more than twenty scientists had never seen this before during the whole pandemic. The in his team published the findings in the new england journal of medicine. The report didn't even make big news. That was november twenty twenty then about a month later a new corona virus variant causing international concern is. Npr's david greene reported. Scientists this past december detected new genetic variants of the virus one in the uk one in south africa and then later when in brazil guess what these variants have in common with the virus in the boston patient. A sudden collection of multiple mutations in a combination. That is worrisome. That's jeremy lubin he's a virologist at the university of massachusetts medical school he says these new variants look remarkably similar to the virus lee and his colleagues found in their patient. They the same but they share important characteristics. They both have about twenty mutations and they have ones that make the virus more contagious in so right now. Lubin says one hypothesis is that the new variants the one from the uk south africa and brazil arose inside. People like the boston patient people with these long term infections and who are immunocompromised because their immune system was not working and normally they could eliminate the virus and over time the first and acquired a collection of mutations that otherwise did not insieme. let's work in other words. The virus this long-term infection as a testing ground to try out different mutations in c which one's v the immune system become more infectious in eventually spread more easily around the world.
DawgNation's Mike Griffith Makes Wild Accusations About the Potential of Georgia Football
"Going to read you a comment. That danny sheridan gave to us. I think it was about a week ago. Danny was picking the final four and he georgia to go to the final four this coming season and he said i would say the fourteen would be. George think georgia is loaded in. Georgia does not win this year. They are not going to win for a long time. And by that i mean. Get to the final four. Do you think this is the season as georgia is. Getting playoff are bus for kirby smart and his team. Yeah i've heard that the last few years in kirby keeps finding players in georgia keep finding ways to contend being a contender and actually doing. It are two different things. But what georgia's john paul. As they've stayed in the conversation or as curry says you gotta keep getting those at bats and when he finished in the top ten. Four straight years as georgia's don you recruit as well as kirby has you give yourself a chance and georgia's become known as a place that quarterbacks like to come now. The results have not always blossomed. Is much as people would like but you look at this roster now and jt daniels. Looks like one of the best quarterbacks in the country coming back. He's a former five-star they signed broadband. A grip he was a five star. Wants committed oklahoma. Now they've got gunner stockton committed a twenty twenty two five star. I mean my goodness talent is everywhere and now it's just a matter georgia finishing the job on football field. Which brings me one more comment and we don't we. Don't go out looking at other shows to bring you information. We take it from our own program. And i believe those two weeks ago booger mcfarland. We all know boogers credentials. He said this on on our show he said if you are a bulldog fan and you're going to sit there and stare honestly in the eye kirby has done less with more than maybe even mark. Rick how would you respond to that. Wow i guess. I'd say first of all you've got to get more right. You've got to have those recruiting classes in the top two or three. That's a good problem to apple and as far as doing more with less they're less with pernille they're getting ready. You can't if you can't finish the job though mike. That's i mean you're you're you're you're you're playing right in to what these guys are saying georgia out recruit anyone would maybe the exception of alabama But when are they going to finish the job. That's the question that georgia fans are asking. Yeah it's it's been tough when you win the sec. Three years in a row. And you lose to alabama in the sec championship. Game and twenty eight teeny get left out of the playoff for you. Come within one play of winning the national title twenty seventeen. I mean. i can't answer those questions for you. Know it's funny. You had ryan mcgee up there a few minutes ago talking about the late. Great dale earnhardt. He didn't win the daytona five hundred until his twentieth attempt. So those big game. Victories can be kind of a lucid. And i think that's happened for george. Remember paul kirby smart is only forty five years old. This is only year six for him. You look at how long it took guys. Like steve spurrier and nick sabin and they were six seven years into their careers before they got their national titles.
The University of Alabama Shooting
"On february twelfth. Twenty ten forty five year. Old niro biologist. Amy bishop arrived a routine faculty meeting with her university of alabama huntsville colleagues about the minutes after the meeting started. She pulled a handgun from her purse and fire on the group after she fled the conference room bishop discarded her bloodstained jacket and weapon in a bathroom. She intended to slip out unseen and meet her husband outside the shelby center but was intercepted by police outside. The building bishop was then arrested and taken into custody. The shooting critically wounded six of bishops colleagues. Killing three it was a senseless as it was ruthless and many wondered what prompted the usually reserved scientists to turn violent. It didn't take investigators long to uncover a vital clue according to the new yorker a police chief from the boston suburb of braintree. Where bishop had grown up called huntsville's sheriff's department the morning after the shooting. His warning was grave. The woman you have in custody. I thought you'd wanna know. She shot and killed her brother back in. Nineteen eighty six according to amy's mother. Judy bishop when amy was twenty one. She accidentally shot her younger brother. Seth as judy told. Amy been home visiting from college and mistaken seth for an intruder. The family had experienced a break in their house the year before and amy's father purchased a shotgun for security. Amy raised the loaded shotgun but stopped short when she realized it was only seth arriving home from running errands but when she attempted to unload the gun. Amy accidentally shot her eighteen year. Old brother killing him. Amy was held in police custody until that evening. Boston police indicated. They believed to be an accident. Supported by a medical examiner's analysis of seth's gunshot wound though the incident likely caused. Ptsd shock. amy. Bishop didn't receive counselling or psychiatric treatment following her brother's death. When bishop later married and became a mother. Despite the appearance of normality it became clear that she was prone to explosive behavior. She reportedly lashed out in public on various occasions. Even physically assaulting a stranger pancake restaurant whose family was seated before hers bishop was also known to dismiss graduate students in her lab that she was supposed to be advising some acquaintances believed she was growing arrogant and resentful this increasingly erratic behavior coupled with reports that bishop had grown bitter and isolated after being denied tenure led investigators to believe the shooting was a demonstration of retaliation and anchor as bishop awaited trial in prison. The case of her brother's death was also reopened in june of two thousand ten. A grand jury indicted. Amy bishop for first degree murder of her brother shortly after she was indicted on multiple counts including capital murder and attempted murder for the february twelfth. Shooting though bishop initially pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity she ultimately pled guilty and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole bishop tried unsuccessfully to appeal the ruling and while she later express some remorse for her actions as nbc. News reported in two thousand fifteen many wary of bishops sincerity one survivor of the huntsville. Shooting cited it as a ploy to reduce her time in prison to date bishop continues to serve her sentence in an alabama penitentiary.
"forty five year" Discussed on WTOP
"Had eleven forty five years Robert for Redskins quarterback Dwayne Haskins celebrated his twenty third birthday by sharing on social media a mural of his postgame encounter with Tom Brady following this kids thirty three to seven loss to the patriots at FedEx field last October Haskins didn't play in the game and Brady's Bucks aren't on the skin schedule this season so a playoff match up might be the only way they see each other in twenty twenty it doesn't look like we'll see NFL football in London twenty twenty either according to the UK's Daily Mail the league won't play its annual games across the pond due to concerns over international travel a move that would cost Tottenham Hotspur over four million pounds for losing out on the two NFL games played in its new stadium long time Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is headed to his native Texas to play for the Dallas Cowboys on a one year deal worth up to seven million dollars in a former cowboy is clearly not a fan of the move Dez Bryant said on social media Dallas is quote on quote extremely out of line for pain Dalton before the starting quarterback dak Prescott who was franchise tagged by the team in the virtual world William Byron appears to be a force to be reckoned with an eye racing winning at virtual Dover international speedway it's his third victory in the last four events in fact Hendrick motor sports now winners of fourteen speculative I racing events and this is where the global pandemic has brought real life sports the ultimate to guarding clash a men's pole vault competition held in the yards of the contestants was won by mondo Duplantis of Sweden and Reno love the only of France after each cleared a height of sixteen feet thirty six times over a span of thirty minutes in a broadcast by world athletics on and social media channels Robert fort WTOP sports thank you and still ahead on WTOP a man is dead after a fight in prince George's county earlier in the day eleven forty seven sometimes the apple your smartphone doesn't give you the full story the crash involving the overturned tractor trailer near the Woodrow Wilson bridge the earlier flooding has receded and both of your lanes are open out of the four River Road and downed tree along.
"forty five year" Discussed on WTOP
"At eleven forty five years Robert Ford the Redskins added a familiar name on multiple levels according to reports former eagles cornerback Ronald Darby who grew up in oxen hill and started Potomac high school is coming home to play his sixth NFL season on a one year deal worth a reported four million dollars the twenty six year old Darby won a Super Bowl in his first year in Philadelphia but has played only twenty eight games over the last three seasons because of injuries he's expected to compete for a starting spot in Ron Rivera's new look secondary in college hoops Georgetown's mac McClung told ESPN he's declaring for the twenty twenty NBA draft while also maintaining his NC double a eligibility to leave open the possibility of a return to college Kong's breakout sophomore season was interrupted by a foot injury that allowed him to play only twenty one of a possible thirty two games for the Hoyas the all England club is expected to confirm the cancellation of Wimbledon sometime this week the grand slam events was slated to begin in late June but is expected to be called off thanks in part to the club's pandemic insurance coverage and with a live sports shut down by corona virus a Maryland man is becoming a virtual sports star Timmy hill the pride of port tobacco one the virtual race at Texas motor speedway in an overtime thriller spending his time at home by cementing his status as one of the top competitors in iRacing I had a quite a bit of friends that were in my channel that the rates that were body many Christians make up the rates so I got kind of chat with them obviously I'll I'll have a must run it by all the levels right now that you're but you're but I got a lot of phone calls or messages nothing like the hero kill hasn't had a top ten finish in twenty two starts in real life Texas motor speedway but in I. racing this is six hundred seventy fourth career victory rob would fork WTOP sports thank you and still ahead white just got easier.
"forty five year" Discussed on KGO 810
"Than forty five years a of taught many many people about the negative impact of taxes inflation a market volatility economic uncertainty on their hard earned dollars especially at retirement at retirement planning is something totally different than what you did for retirement planning and that's why we teach many educational events to help you be prepared at retirement and I'm not talking about the very month or year that you're retired but about five years out and that's why we have this window of opportunity right now that if you put off coming in learning what you can do better than leaving your money and tax deferred IRA reason for when Kays and then thinking maybe you'll just take minimum distributions and string it out to save yourself in tax folks at that is going to cost you big time as you stretch it out we have a software program that we develop years ago that shows you the negative impact of of stretching out paying tax deferring deferring which is another word for procrastinate by the way and what that ends up costing you by putting it off and many people don't need the money either I reason for one case and their counsel to take our am days required minimum distributions which is the worst advice I've ever ever heard now it just going back to what I talked about in the first segment if you were not with me I was talking about many of the proposals by many of the Democrats senators I and those of the presidential candidates is that we need to raise taxes dramatically not just repeal the trump tax cuts but actually increase them by a trillion dollars that's about a thirty three percent increase in the current amount that the federal government collects in taxes. every year they cut about three trillion they want to increase that by another trillion to fund all these ideas that they have it's our taxes are going to be going up dramatically now can I just tell you this that for forty five years I've had mixed audiences Republicans and Democrats because it's not a political agenda when we gather together and I instruct and it doesn't matter whether you're Republican or Democrat mostly the Republican philosophy is no let's have lowered taxes let's let people take ownership of their own future and have the least amount of government as necessary and if you need to raise tax revenue to pay for police or public programs or whatever you raise the revenue that's being taxed instead of raising taxes because then people lose their jobs and we we have a sluggish economies and so forth whereas the Democrat philosophy is no more more more government let the government take care of everything and it let's raise taxes especially and the more you make the more they'll take and so that has a negative impact on jobs and growth in the economy and you can argue this when you really look at that periods of time when the Congress or the executive branch were primarily controlled by Republicans or Democrats okay and so you just see that so we have this window of opportunity where tax rates are lower but whenever I have ask mixed audiences okay here are the major categories where our federal government spends our tax dollars then I I put down the major categories and I don't disclose and the percentages that the federal government to is allocated are spending our tax dollars in. these various areas I just say now here's the areas and now if you had your choice of where your tax dollars would go I want you to write down what percent you would have to go to this category this category this category and of course this covers everything from military to infrastructure to us all security Medicare health care whatever and so people always write down what percent if they could choose they would allocate do you now it doesn't matter whether you're Republican or Democrat it it never ever comes even close to where the government is allocated our money and the percent that they that they assign to this in this in this in this in this so how come we got here if this is a really what we're talking about is is where our tax dollars gal I mean frankly I'm a little bit. not a little bit a whole bunch but retired that for it the last in a year and a half and frankly the last three years almost we've had as still made we've just sat there and and all they've done is investigate investigate investigate and there has been very little to legislate and address the problems that we as as American voters have voted them into office to solve and I don't care if we're talking about dad health care immigration or whatever why don't you get together and figure out what we're going to agree upon instead of just spending all of our tax dollars and all the salaries and everything like that investigating investigated investigating now folks this is just a really I'd waste of our tax dollars but this is going to probably continue because of the agreed or the the the addiction to power they want to have power to be able to control and do their agenda and they feel like that's been frustrated or whatever folks the point is that out this is the time that you need to take care of taxes sooner than later if you're approaching retirement or if you are younger and you want to see something far better than a tax deferred IRA or four oh one K. because a rock is a step in the right direction and if taxes are going up if you come to one of our educational events I can prove to you mathematically that are Roth IRA or four oh one K. is probably thirty three percent better will give you thirty three percent more in netspend will retirement income or in it will last longer by far than the exact same amount of money in a traditional IRA or four one K. if taxes go up and we all know that that's what's going to happen but see I don't own and I I a reform okay nor a ras because what I own is called the rich man's rod and that's what C. B.. days and tax attorneys call it you don't have to be rich to have one but the rich can't owner Ross but do you know that ninety one percent of Americans are still duped into putting money into traditional Irish a four oh one K.'s being told I'll when you retire you you'll be in a lower tax bracket and that has not been true or axiomatic now for over twenty five years only nine percent put it into rocks well folks I put my money into what CPA's and tax attorneys referred to as the rich man's rod and it's so funny because you don't have to be rich to own one but the rates can't owner rob they make too much money see rob has to benefits you take after tax money and you put it into it and it the grows tax free and when you take it out it's tax free the rich man's rod which I affectionately call in my latest book the laser fond has those two benefits and three additional benefits Ross will never happen I can if I have a banner year I can throw in a hundred two hundred three hundred thousand you can't do that in a rod unless you're doing on a roll over from a traditional IRA or four oh one K. but if I put in a hundred or two hundred thousand and a few days later I have an emergency I can pull out fifty sixty seventy percent maybe in ninety four percent of it you can't do that with the right you have to wait five years or so you're fifty nine and a half there's all the strings attached but there's not a right around that will blossom in value when you die if I were to die in an accident every million right now I have in my laser fun my rich man's rod will blossom to two and a half billion and transfer tax free there's not a rock around that will do that and people say how much does that cost well nothing if you re direct otherwise Babel taxes the causes you support is being paid for with what most people are shelling out an unnecessary income tax so if you would like to learn about a rich man's roster the laser. Ireland and many other very powerful topics to avoid unnecessary tax join is very powerful half day educational event these are absolutely free if you live in the greater San Francisco Bay Area get ready to jot down the cities and the dates that will be coming to these are tied to retire by design when you come we give you a forty page retire by design work book that you fill out throughout the event we also give you our two.
"forty five year" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Gyco is a no brainer. Oh, no is the dust is only natural predator on the long dust on his run along. Presents definitely not to. Was shown. Lauren Brooksville Florida, a forty five year old man was arrested for felony battery after he assaulted a woman. King better. Lisa lamp and Nellie is in studio. Also, not a Jew, despite me always wanting to be one. I always felt a kinship with the Jewish folks. It's Well I, I just have a list. I just have a ledger. I have an an inside. It's like troublemakers taxpayers us are just squarely in the tax paying bracket and then there's many other cultures. What do you think they're just brought up better than us? They just didn't have shifty people in their family. I offered too much to bother to stuff or anybody else. I don't get it. Sniff them out, there Wiley are defined have any of those both. Brian, I'm oh are well, you don't seem that great. I not. So there's always an exception that proves we'll try they fall through the cracks once in a while. Get emails. They just they're like, family, education, family, and it's kind of all their success is just a byproduct of what happens. I mean, think if you really just sort of think about, like the typical Jewish family, but, like Asians have the same thing day care, very much where their kids are going to go to school. What they're gonna do. They when to enter business with their dad, blah, blah, blah, and the goyim not so much black folk, not so much Mexican folks, not different weird emphasis, but yes, you look look at on order view, my favorite show, never see the Jewish serial killer. You never see the Jewish rapist. However, you see the Asian crime syndicates and stuff..
"forty five year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"It's what we're talking about is cell phone. Video captures. An encounter. You can't really see the two of them. You can see that. She's in a flowered looking dress. And there's the cop. It's a forty five year old woman who had outstanding warrants and she's walking through I think it's her apartment complex, but she's in the parking lot of it would seems to be an apartment complex in baytown. She was known to the cop. She had outstanding. Or did she that run into the cops before Hamill Turner at she'd been violent before did they know that they can't handle her physically. I don't know that information. You would think they would have that. You would think they would they would. Yeah. There's you get the cell phone video. And she's yells. So the cop walking and walking to my house. She later says the officers harass and the video shows the officer apparently trying to hand handcuff her. She breaks free. He then fires his taser gun. She drops to the ground. They they start wrestling. First of all, you taste her first. And you still got your stuff taken away from you. Then she appeared with the tasers four man, she arrested in and she got as your then report said used it against the women keeps yelling why he don't hear him answering. Next thing reportedly they end up in a in a wrestling. She takes his taser back away from him. And I don't it says it's reported that she used it on him. I don't know that that ended up shooting or five times. Yeah. It never. Should not have ended that way. And I'm sorry for I'm sorry for her losing her life. I'm sorry for the cop. Yeah. And you're on kale BJ. Hey, how y'all doing man I'm very well. I'm glad y'all l so great show. I just wanted to take more of a libertarian capitalist approach and ask me as a consumer who pays the wages for the service. Why is deadly force the only option a couple of flesh wounds and a leg or arm. What have stopped or well? The thing is let me just address that I in working with the police, but for many years, there's no such thing as hitting in the arm or the leg if you pull that gun you pull the kill if you shoot the gun, you shoot to kill whatever consumer who pays for the service. Why would we be okay with that we are paying their wages 'cause their service is protecting serve. Well, we've we pay. I mean, come on. We I don't know what you're trying to do with this. But we pay. So that if you had to shoot someone we pay you to be a pro to have made the right call. So it is a last ditch effort, but we're paying you to be a pro enough to say that if you didn't shoot the person something else terrible. It's going to happen. That's what we're paying for. And I agree with that. I completely pay what we pay for. This was not. I don't think this was a very professional way of handling this. I don't think we've got what we paid for. I'm not saying he's a bad guy. But I think she's a good person he taste her instill ended up losing his own tasers, Leslie. Forty-five-year-old woman who said she's pregnant in a parking lot. Ward and Ed.
"forty five year" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Forty-five-year-old Thomas junior was found naked in bed with the thirteen year old boy, he's now being held without bail, pending trial. The driver of the car that caught fire in the may I crashing king's vill ruffle road died yesterday thirty nine year old Walter Pohl Ross junior Polaski highway had been in critical condition Johns Hopkins burn center and Howard county police considering drone technology in support of its operations after the department disbanded its aviation division in downtown Baltimore sixty six reporting one thirty one on Michael Philip Halley, six eighty. WCBS news, Tony once again today is rob Martin natural product specialist. He's an amazing new Chevy product. The finally targets a big problem area for many folks, the double chin. This sounds great rub. But how do you approve the appearance of double chins? Bruce. We do it with research based ingredients real the real stuff. So we're able to target specific areas of the skin in this case with meadow lactose. These unique tides and try peptide they combined to have an amazing affect on the chin and neck area. It's really quite remarkable. Tell me how exactly does this work. Well, we have an N deal technology. That's what this is called that tightness. Say Joe alliance by plumping the water levels of your skin kinda like what a good moisturizer increases the the water in the skin. And so what happens is it? Contours defined your Joel line within minutes and those peptides worth together with the medal lack phones, and it really works mazing fast and the results get better every single day. So you can start watching that double chin improve disappearing. Also, it helps Bill further wrinkling and say, so it's an amazing product we have L elite Jews that a Hobo oil in there in this unique foundation that we have a proprietary base and. I think you're going to be very happy with very happy with the joy products. Zoom. You have a special offer today for your genius, Joe on treatment, absolutely limited time, you.
"forty five year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The road and about how many miles it has quality parts helpful people that is Napa know how I have to read this tweet for you as per CBS sports. Boy, thank God. I don't root for all three of these teams. But are you ready this go ahead? Okay. A four month old baby. In boston. Listen to these words cheese, a four months. Knows nothing bad go. No. I would never read it like that God forbid, no a four month old baby. In Boston has seen more championships. Then a forty-five-year-old Mets jets Knicks fan. Wow. That that's that's exactly. Wow. I didn't know what else to right. Wow. I probably should have written. You'll thank God elected not to root for the Mets. When I was a kid four now four. Because the Red Sox now veasley booth the patriots think about that. If you're a four month old baby, you know, peeing and pooping everywhere. And you know, starting to form, you know, you start learn your voice in Google and Gaga you've seen more than your four months on earth. Then Mets jets and Knicks fans combined in terms of championships. That is frightening is. Wow frightening. Tiki in the best sports down. Stop. CBS sports radio CBS sports Archer. You want to have that debate later down. Let's get the best lump Saint later six Boston. The best best sports town. Success wise, recently LA's, pretty hot dodgers are pretty good. Coming up. In the Super Bowl charges. Pretty good. And nobody went that's true. We'll kick it around inbounds out of bounds. Here.
"forty five year" Discussed on KTOK
"Six point one HD two Oklahoma City. Emotional exchangers on Capitol Hill Calvin right in the K T O K A new center and angry and emotional. Brett Cavanaugh says he never committed sexual assault. And a US Senate hearing today, the supreme court nominee said his family, a good name have been destroyed by number of unfounded allegations over the past few weeks, and he responded to some questions by Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy, high of Vermont Senator let me let me take a step back and explain. High school. Was number one in the class. No, no, no, no, no. I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna answer. I'm gonna talk about my high school record. If you're going to sit here and mock me, we we we were I think we were all very fair to Dr Ford shouldn't we be just as fair to judge. Cavenaugh choked up several times while denying sexual assault allegations, a search is on for a missing man from Durant. The family of thirty nine year old Jared Brown haven't heard from him since June fourteenth out, according to Brian county sheriff Johnny Christian he's going to frequent casinos ram locality and thacker villa area. And so we have exhausted Oliver leads here in Bryan county. We says he always assisting in the investigation anyone who might have information on Jared Brown asked to contact. Bryan county sheriff's office Stillwater. Authorities investigating a fatality auto pedestrian accident that happened last night near eighth and Perkins. Victims name hasn't been released. But a Bethany woman was killed Wednesday. A crash on I thirty five minutes. Springer in Carter county IVA patrol says old. Angela garner was a passenger in a car that hydroplaned hit the cable barrier. Then went back on the interstate and was struck by semi truck. Forty-five-year-old Christopher Leland of northern is hospitalized. Uber will pay a hundred and forty eight million dollars to settle allegations that failed to report a two thousand sixteen data breach within a reasonable amount of time state attorney general Mike hunter says Oklahoma share the said at one point one million dollars. He says Lubar drivers affected will receive some of the money. We are distributing one hundred dollars to the four thousand six hundred and fifty five Uber drivers who were affected by the data breach. And then the the balance of the settlement will help our consumer protection activities here in the state on behalf of Oklahoma's. He says Uber violated the trust of its employees, and then tried to conceal it. A woman arrested for burglarizing an Oklahoma City university fraternity house news four reporting twenty five year old Melissa lens accused of entering a man's bedroom and stealing cash car keys and defecating in the bedroom. According to OCU police chief, Jennifer Rogers, she proceeded to go into his wallet. Which was nearby took over three hundred dollars in cash and his car keys, and he walked in on her as she was doing these things police also fan Lynch identification card, according to court documents lens admitted she entered the home Sunday because she needed to use the restroom the Oklahoma newspaper has been sold. They're already been layoffs there. The paper sold to gatehouse media one of the largest publishing companies in the United States that sale expected to close on Monday. From the divvy Ford Lincoln weather.
"forty five year" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Temperatures are the seventies. Now up around eighty, but it could get stormy today as we look for the remnants of Florence to move through the Garden State triggering some severe thunderstorms mostly this afternoon and into this evening, but it will quickly move out and dry out overnight. Officials are starting to distribute food and water and tarps in Wilmington, North Carolina. It remains mostly cut off by floodwaters from Florence one road was opened into Wilmington briefly items have been brought into the city by big military, trucks, and helicopters death toll. Now thirty two from that storm, you may wanna think twice about sending unused clothing and food to Florence victims. Several relief organizations say there's really much more benefit to making financial donations Hague's with the New Jersey voluntary organizations active in disaster says when you donate an item to hurricane victims eight ends up in a warehouse and may not be used. But when you give a financial donation, you're insuring victims get the things they need, and they are going to buy those materials and supplies and resources that are needed locally which helps to reinvest in the local businesses that have also been affected Hage says the more items donated the less volunteers are able to go outside and help people because they're stuck indoors folding clothes and organizing food Burson you. Jersey one at one point five news, New Jersey, one on one point five news time five thirty eight a violent road rage. Confrontation in Medford at Tom's river. Man is now charged police say this confrontation started when the victim noticed. A black pickup truck behind him at a stop light. The driver was honking and quote, presented the middle finger on both hands on the victim stopped. Again. Police say the forty-five-year-old Charles Cassidy got out of his truck went up to the other driver. Placing a nine inch knife on his shoulder threatening to cut his throat, then got back into his truck and sped off. If you have kids playing sports doctors say screenings that go beyond a routine physical and help really worries and hopefully avoid a tragedy with their brain still not fully developed kids and teens are more susceptible to concussions from sports, and many sudden cardiac deaths we see are the product of hidden, heart defects, hundreds of young athletes recently took advantage of a free screening event from RWJ Barnabus health. We pick.
"forty five year" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"This is marketplace. I'm Ali would now to some policy news that is not about trade or China on Capitol Hill this week. The Trump administration proposed a revamp of the forty-five-year-old Endangered Species Act. The law currently protects more than sixteen hundred and sixty animal and plant species at risk of extinction since nineteen Seventy-three. The law has said that scientific study should dictate how regulators decide what species to protect, but the proposed new rules would let regulators consider the economic and business consequences of protection efforts. Marketplace's Renata sago has more the Endangered Species Act is credited with keeping the gray wolf. The links and the piping plover bird alive today. But it's also the reason why many businesses and landowners are not thriving according to Kathleen scam. Oh, who heads the western energy alliance? It's a trade group for oil companies. She says the Endangered Species Act restricts development on land that may not even contain threatened plants and animals. So it's constraining, our ability to operate and not really delivering effective species protection. Scott says, the new proposed rules would allow businesses and landowners to create jobs, you know, to balance preservation with development. Bill state is senior counsel at the center for biological diversity. He says the act already has that balance process already allows them to have their concerns taken so Cal to have their concerns sometimes even for next decisions. He says this push for new rules is just a way to give the oil timber and ranching industries more business. But rob Gordon thinks economic considerations are long overdue, he's with a competitive Interprise institute. He says, there's no comprehensive data on the cost of businesses, landowners and tax payers for protecting species totally reasonable that we should know what the cost is. Let's next is a sixty day comment period during which people on all sides are likely to have plenty of opinions. I'm not a Saito for marketplace..
"forty five year" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"To go in and cockroach after your loved one that was so again i'm not so certain they good choice or not star after somebody i mean there's so many pro israel one to the heavens oh yeah the other is a appraise stork insect that requires a saddle is is that you know that's the part that is not romantic but you know maybe some xs in mind eric that you could you could go name some glitter on little little smiley face emojis on shower now we have a story about not spending your company bonus all in one place the love machine or sometimes you just gotta love yourself the shot i love machine comes from bangladesh police have arrested a forty five year old man yes bangladesh equate the police have arrested a forty five year old man after his twenty fifth wife filed complaints is she found him at the home of his twentyseventh wife yes the man is a famous polygamist and mary's women over and over again granted i think right now according to according to the stats and the police he has only eleven current wives the other have found out about his his cheating ways and have divorced him but yes the twenty fifth wife when she was talking to believe said what was kind of odd that he had so many frequent business excursions in meetings and you had to come home so late but i thought he'd just retired she did not know no no i no women don't know each other no not at all now as you just met number twenty seven hi three yeah you know they've identified that he has one daughter with one woman son with another woman another daughter with another one i know you're married and you have one why could could you do that twenty times no way there's no it's hard enough for me just to be with just because i do weird things and and for her to put up with me daily daily basis is wonderful maybe i'm not always the easiest to live with you let me love myself love ourselves yes now nutrient that is coming all the way from england but it's actually sweeping the world has been seen in japan denmark and even here with everywhere yes they do but this one is about the name is always oh okay well here we're gonna go to.
"forty five year" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Isn't expected to rule on it until june all right that's npr's nina tote convert thanks very much nina you're welcome stocks took a big hit today the dow fell one thousand one hundred seventy five points that's more than four and a half percent to talk about why this happened and what it could mean we turned to ted weisberg he's president of seaports securities and a forty five year veteran of the stock market high ted how are you i'm fine you have seen a lot in your forty five years as a trader how would you care too much well how does what happened today compared of what you've seen over those decades well it never arrived when when they go down it's obviously always much more pleasant when it when they go up and uh clearly we've been on a on a on a bit of a world leading uh uh adventure here's certainly since the election but you can even go back to many of the obama years i mean the markets have not really had any kind of major correction you could probably go back uh almost as far as march march nine when when when uh the market started to improve after the financial crisis it's never fun ariz it's always painful and everybody which is they had sold yesterday but unfortunately that all ring a bell that don't tell us wanted to do that and that's part of uh you know it just of stock trading you describe this as a correction the market had been going up pretty steadily over the last year why do you think this well uh with the benefit of twenty twenty hindsight i think part of part of.
"forty five year" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Bring people here this year under this president we've had of a forty five year low of illegal immigration from across southwest border and that's not a coincidence as course rupert and workforce lahser written if we don't talk about the reason for illegal immigration in ten years from now we're gonna be back at the table and talking about the next daca population because i've done this for thirty four years i've seen this happen over and over again so we made significant progress this year we certainly have the knowledge in the ability to fix us which is neither willpower some hope we can have a to discuss we congressman in addressing these issues this year when you're talking about eliminating the magnets that bring people across the border you mentioned undocumented immigrants who have us citizen children do you consider that to be one of the magnets noone what if you're asking me do some illegal aliens come this country to have a child that child can be united states isn't that is one factor of course it is is that something that you think as a magnet that should be gotten rid of you know that's again if i have my personal opinions on things in but as you director ice on the head of a long forcing suit in my jobs to enforce the laws enacted by congress or i'll tell you this own force any law enacted by congress nonstop enforcing any law that congress repeals i mean that's my job and i got separate myself and that's often something that is more by a lot of people they want to vilify the men and women ice including me for doing the jobs job by enforcing laws enacted by congress that is our job and people say well you know you don't have a heart and we thais on every person that works for me has a heart i certainly feel bad for the plight of some of these people but i got a job to do so i'm enforce laws if if people don't like what we do or how we do it then rather than protesting in front of my building or vilifying the men brave men and women advice to be the safety and security their home every day to put their lives online this.
"forty five year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bring people here this year under this president we've had of a forty five year low of illegal immigration from across southwest border and that's not a coincidence as because we were workforce lahser written if we don't talk about the reason for illegal immigration in ten years from now we're gonna be back at a table and talking about the next daca population because i've done this for thirty four years i've seen this happen over and over again so we made significant progress this year we certainly have the knowledge in the ability to fix says we just need the willpower some hope we can have a to discuss we congress in addressing these issues this year when you talk about eliminating the magnets that bring people across the border you mentioned undocumented immigrants who have us citizen children do you consider that to be one of the magnets noone but if you're asking me do some illegal aliens come this country to have a child that child can be united states and that is one factor courses is that something that you think as a magnet that should be gotten rid of you know that's again if i have my personal opinions on things in but as he director ice on the head of a law enforcement agency mi jobs to enforce the laws enacted by congress or i'll tell you this own force any law enacted by congress nonstop enforcing any law that congress repeals i mean that's my job and i got separate myself and that's all consumption that gets ignored by a lot of people they want to vilify the men and women ice including me for doing the jobs at doing our job by enforcing laws and act by congress that is our job and people say well you know you don't have a heart meet twice on every person that works for me has a heart i certainly feel bad for the plight of some of these people but they got a job to do so i'm enforce laws of in if people don't like what we do or how we do it then rather than protest in front of my building or vilifying the men brave men and women advice to lead the safety security their home every day to put their lives online this country dr your congressman senator dummy change lockers again i only force laws in hacked and i stop enforcing laws they repeal taught us hohmann is acting director of immigration.
"forty five year" Discussed on KOMO
"A role in a deadly threecar crash in monroe it happened yesterday afternoon on highway 2 oath three one man died five people injured small truck was rear ended and pushed into oncoming traffic the man who died was seventy nine year old robert allender of monroe is still a mystery as to what happened with a man found dead at a sounder train station in auburn police tell us the victim was on the tracks they believe he was hit by a train but no one knows those when he was hit or by what kind of train the body was discovered by a bystander who called police a man was shot in south tacoma early saturday morning komos mitch pittman file this report from the scene tacoma police tell us that it to thirty in the morning eight forty five year old man was gunned down along south of sixty six street the road was shut down for nearly twelve hours as police investigated they a few if any leads to go on but while police won't confirm his knee a group of grieving family members came to the scene and told us the victim is james ronnie describing him as an amazing human who would always put others first even if it admit hem suffering they have no idea who would do such a thing and are begging anyone with information to come forward komo news time 709 in college county jailers' at say a new body scatter assault reduce the amount of contraband smuggle lien the tools view body scanner was first installed of the jailed in september's jali scanner of it's kind in washington contraband is usually smuggled into the jail through and inmates body or the digestive system inmates are asked to give up the item of the scatter detect something suspicious inmates who refuse or sent to the hospital where they are monitored until they can clear the skin today mark six years since little sky metal wallet disappeared the boy's mother told w police she ran outta gas so she and her daughter walk to a nearby station when they returned to the car two year old sky she says was gone police say her story has inconsistencies in it but she refuses to speak with detectives the voice father says that's frustrating horrible because they're the part of you there needs to live under the.
"forty five year" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Crew copy and forty five year old you're going to furnish your coffee and michael younger i'm hoping i'm hoping to go to poet gift your make my wife happy i know i don't really and we're going to have the money so we can pendulum and they won't be in debt right so hopefully they'll go to college and they'll get a youthful that they will get a youthful degree if i paid for they will not bumper data area in fact of underwater underwater basket weaving is not going to be the major yeah area hey listen what business for you in unbelievable at crooked wonderful tremendous liz i have many many friends at the trades and they do wonderful work and provide for their families very abeille and for that jerry i thank you for helping us out today man one one thing yeah i wish they would teach it to our friend a chart it more what you do what you are how much you can make a hundred dollars an hour mb grow yet and i work with plenty guys that are broke and i work with only work with some guys who have plenty money and there's no reason why you can't have anybody if you've got it job every day amen a man well put hey jerry aloha you think so very much and couple thoughts about jerry's call when we come back wanna make sure that you are good with prime time traffic we wish you aloha on this tuesday morning 748 so pretty busy out there for the student morning on dc that of like ship fastloop traffic center you calls backup before hooky more on facts and onto nana kouliab of each one still backed up from hollowell parkway to i saw vehicle in the left shoulder by the cuneo on raff as well as one or put it before the why kellie exit and the two vehicles from an earlier accident still on the right shoulder just before the age 22 mertz tow truck work in a clear it we do have the congestion hand the backup still on for revert making you drive out of ever beach facts of highly knocked about as an alternate do i fought who and of course does it pulling for to a more vehicle vessel alternate right now ministry merge still backed up to forge after flats on one a little freeway pkk much better than the poly over the.
"forty five year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A forty forty five years of dictatorship well actually it's closer to seventy okay how are you going to replace there well i again i i i think that if you take a liquid to happen in germany uh with uh uh communist germany versus uh free germany that was done and it was done from the standpoint of taking some the wealth from the west and giving it to the east and you know that sort of by help pacify a lot of things i think that would go a long way uh the other part of it is if we don't do it after seventy years how much longer do we need to be there are we going to be there how much more are we going to invest not only in time and and uh uh effort and money but also from the standpoint of a running in two possible scenarios where while we we are confronting china which is trying to emperor half russia yeah so i guess from getting yet is i think now is the time i mean certainly this guy has to be removed his family line has to be removed but i think it's also a time may be because they tried in eighty five to reconcile i in two thousand uh there was a attempted reconciliation neither one came about i i really think it needs to be done both both the united states i think china and russia have to get together and say look we're not backing you guys anymore you you get together and and you know dan doesn't leave and more or less of the aisle she had no me and zone where uh where china and russia don't influence united states doesn't influence it not now granted how are you know by both know that china and russia would be cheating in that regard and eventually they would have an influence over there but i think there because it's more key uh uh economically uh better then what north korea gives in south korea i think china would lead in south korea influence the north in the same way that they took over hong kong when eight when he took over hong kong the did not go in near and massacure every buddy and turned it into a communist state because china's no longer really communism in the truest and.