35 Burst results for "Forty One Years"
How Ditching the Drink Set Me Free With Loyiso Mkele
"I live in eldorado park the south of tobruk. I'm a forty one year old mother off one. I have a ten year old boy. He's fine he's a bit of a headache. But you know how boys can be. I stay with my son and my mom in our family home and moved back home after i went to the uk. I mean to the u. s. for work and then i wasn't sure what to do for a living and is subsequently started a research company. I have market research agency. Which is what. I'm doing at the moment and i have a healthcare catering business which has expanded into beijing. And i'll tell you about it at some point in this interview because that's relevant so louis so. When did you first start worrying about the wine a little bit. I seem to remember you. Facebook message megyn of the blue and said i'm worried about my. Yeah i did. I was so happy and surprised to have good you interview on the radio. One of your first ones on 702 Jen i know you from way back so when i heard your name on the radio and we're doing this world without wind thing i thought oh my goodness this is right up alley. I've always been way of that. My drinking was going to be bed. So iran when i was a teenager. I don't know if i came across some literature or something. But i suddenly realized i was really predisposed to becoming an because i had a parent who was one. My father was a heavy heavy heavy drinker. He's late now. And so i became really stocky aware of the fact that i might end up becoming a heavy drinker. I did for most of college. Avoid drinking so. I stopped taking that little bud. Lav class of champagne that we have on christmas or new year. We do that as as black families. We have that one last to celebrate once or twice a year. So when i was about sixteen i stopped having their class because i was like. I'm going to become an alcoholic. Here i know with this is going so i didn't touch. I touched booze. But i really regulated up until i was about twenty five when i was working now i i had a stable income. I had a stable life. I worked for the municipality. I slipped into this routine of going to work coming from work. Going to gym by myself a storm and this became thing it became. I started having one every single day. And that's when it started.
Police: 2 Protesters Hit, Driver Charged in North Carolina
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a driver has been charged after allegedly striking two protesters with her vehicle in North Carolina authorities in Elizabeth city North Carolina say a white woman has been charged with using her vehicle to strike two black women protesters during a March against last month's police shooting of an unarmed black man forty one year old Lisa o'quinn of Greenville faces two counts of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill by use of a motor vehicle and related charges investigators are also looking into the possibility of Quinn's actions constituting a hate crime the incident took place Monday evening police say the two women who were struck were treated at a hospital and released hi Mike Rossio
Albert Pujols signing with Los Angeles Dodgers
"Albert Pujols is staying in southern California a person with knowledge of the deal says a Los Angeles Dodgers are signing the veteran first baseman to a major league deal the LA times first reported the agreement the forty one year old pulls left the angels earlier this month after nearly ten seasons with the Dodgers Orange County rivals the oldest player in the majors is batting one ninety eight this season with five home runs and twelve RBIs pools was in the final year of a ten year two hundred forty million dollar contract with the angels who didn't win a playoff game during his tenure I'm Dave Ferrie
Slumping Slugger Albert Pujols Cut by Angels, Still Wants to Play
"The angels are dropping a hall of fame candidate Albert Pujols has been designated for assignment abruptly ending the forty one year old superstar sluggers decade with his second major league team pulls his fifth major league history with six hundred sixty seven career home runs and thirty four three thousand two hundred fifty three hits the oldest active player in the majors is batting just one ninety eight this season with five home runs and twelve RBIs he won three league MVP awards earned two World Series rings received nine all star selections one NL batting title and hit four hundred forty five homers with St Louis I'm Dave Ferrie
Jameson Whiskey and Cannibalism
"Whiskey today. Suck is soaked in whiskey. mostly jameson. Some irish whiskey a great drain for some fun times kicking back and enjoy the taste of one of the best exports. The emerald isle has to offer also popular drink in my experience for people to torture with by buying you shot after shot after shot until you're spending and puking in the parking lot talking about jameson will lead us obviously into talking about cannibalism. Yup john jameson. The founder jameson was originally a lawyer from a loa in scotland before he founded his distillery in dublin in seventeen eighty and eighteen o five. He rejoined joined by his son. John jamieson junior who took over the family business for the next forty one years junior built up the business before handing it over to his son. John jameson the third and eighteen fifty. One they were killing it by the turn of the nineteenth century. Jameson distilleries were the second largest producer in ireland of whiskey in one of the largest in the world producing a million gallons annually. Dublin at the time was the center of world whisky production. It was the second most popular spirit in the world after rum. An internationally jamison had h five became the world's number one whiskey and then almost a century later at the end of the nineteenth century. The jameson name would get tarnished a wee bit when reports came back from the congo. The john's great grandson. James s jameson. Jimmy james paid to watch a young girl be killed and eaten. Cannibalism not a great pr moment. Hard to build a successful ad campaign around some cannibalism. What the hell happened in the congo
Ex-Texas Deputy Wanted in Deaths of 3 Is Arrested
"The former Texas police detective accused of fatally shooting three people he knew in Austin Sunday was captured Monday after a lengthy manhunt forty one year old Steven Broderick was taken into custody with a gun in his waistband but without incident according to police after someone called nine one one about a man walking along the interstate police also say he knew the three victims but did not elaborate on a motive the former sheriff's detective resigned from the force last summer after being arrested for the sexual assault of a child he was out on bond but the DA had filed a motion on Sunday to revoke it Elgin high school announced two of the three victims Alyssa Broderick and Willie Simmons were recently enrolled there I'm Julie Walker
U.S. will defend troops and interests after rocket attack in Iraq, Defense Secretary says
"Understand and respect the reservations that some of you have expressed about having another recently retired general at the head of the department of defense the safety and security of our democracy demands competent civilian control of our armed forces the subordination of military power to the civil. I spent my entire life. Committed to that principle. Retired general. Lloyd austin at his confirmation hearing to become the nation's first black defense secretary now on the job just over six weeks. We sat down to discuss the obstacles facing the military across the middle east the kovin pandemic and extremism within the ranks. But i began by asking him about his transition from army four star general to civilian chief of the armed forces lloyd illustrations years in uniform stretched from the halls of west. Point to the battlefields of iraq. Where i shed a ride out of baghdad with him back in twenty eleven. How does your combat experience your forty one years in uniform guide you now as a civilian leader you certainly come into the position With a great appreciation for the complexities of combat and you also have an appreciation for the impact that combat has not only on the country that you're fighting in but also on the resources of the country set are actually fighting. We wanna lead with diplomacy in every case but if deterrence fails and you must fight you fight to win and so you wanna make sure that that your your troops are properly resource properly trained and focus the right way so that they can not only win but when decisively during his forty one years in the army it was not just combat that tested austin. He broke through many racial barriers. Along the way. I can remember going to a bus station with my mother and looking at the restrooms that were male female in colored. That's kind of how we started. How i started as a child and to rise to To be able to rise to position of secretary of defense in my lifetime is quite incredible. But you have to ask yourself you know why it took so long to have an african american secretary of defense. What we wanna make sure happens going forward is that i am not the last african american secretary of defense that we create those opportunities in our ranks for african americans and hispanics to rise to the very highest ranks in our military and to that end. Battling extremism is high on his agenda. I wanna turn to to january. Sixth more than forty veterans have been arrested from that day. You have asked for one day standdown for everyone to talk about extremism. What are you hearing in terms of extremism in the ranks. I just got an initial brief bag from From our service secretaries on on how they're conducting the stand down they're all going about it in a in a bit of a different way as you would expect great initiative They're all doing great work. They're having some really in depth conversations with their troops on On values on the oath that we took on the importance of unit cohesion. This is not about You know political parties or political political beliefs. This is behavior that can really tear at the fabric of our institution And so we want to make sure that our troops are reminded of of what our values are reminded of the oath that we took coming in and and my belief my strong belief martha is at ninety nine point nine percent of our troops embrace those values and are focused on the right things and are doing the right things each and every day and want him move to iraq. This week we saw a second significant attack with those ten rockets. Do you know who did it. And what kind of responses might we expect. We're still developing the intelligence. They're encouraging the iraqis to move as fast as i can to investigate the incident and they are doing that but you can expect that we will always hold people accountable for their acts. We wanna make sure that Again we understand. Who's responsible for this The message to those that that would carry out such a such an attack. Is that you know. Expect us to do necessary to defend ourselves. We'll strike if that's what we think we need to do. At a time and place of our own choosing we demand the right to protect our troops has iran been given the message that this is not an escalation when we retaliate. iran is Is fully capable of assessing You know the strike and and our activities and draw their own conclusions but what they should draw from. This again is that we're going to defend our troops and are responsible be thoughtful. It will be appropriate. We would hope that they would choose to do the right things
No charges against officers involved in Daniel Prude's death
"New York's Attorney General says it's extremely disappointing a grand jury decided not to recommend criminal charges against the police officers who held down a naked black man in distress who died after that encounter last winter a year ago body cam video recorded the Rochester police departments encounter with forty one year old Daniel proved who was handcuffed naked with a spit hood over his head his face shoved into the ground the man in the throes of a mental health crisis prude stopped breathing and later died after being taken off life support New York Attorney General to tissue James says she thinks the seven officers should be charged with prudence death the system too often allows officers to use deadly force unnecessarily and without consequence and that is a system that at its core is broken lawyers for the seven officers who were suspended said they were following procedure hi Jackie Quinn
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
Austin wins Senate confirmation as 1st Black Pentagon chief
"The Senate has confirmed president Biden's second cabinet member the Senate but was overwhelming to confirm Lloyd Austin a west point graduate as the nation's first black secretary of defense the ETS are ninety three the nays are too and the nomination is confirmed Austin retired twenty sixteen after rising through the ranks during forty one years in the U. S. army he was the first black general to head U. S. Central Command he received a waiver from the house and Senate for a ban on military officers serving as secretary of defense within seven years of retirement Austin pledged to senators to address white supremacy in violent extremism in the ranks of the military and said he embraces the president's focus on fighting the corona virus pandemic Jennifer king Washington
Mets fire GM after he sent explicit texts to female reporter
"The Mets confirmed the firing of Jared Porter this morning he sent graphic uninvited text messages and images to a female reporter in twenty sixteen when he was working in the Chicago cubs front office the accusations against him were reported Monday night by ESPN that's president sandy Alderson says he has spoken with Porter who has acknowledged his quote serious error in judgment the forty one year old Porter was hired by the Mets last month after spending four seasons with the Arizona Diamondbacks as senior vice president and assistant general manager I'm Mike Hampton
Life insurance advice with Clark Howard
"Right. Clark yolanda in north carolina says. I'm a forty one year old single parent. I'm looking at life insurance. But i'm not sure how to determine what i need. I've a two year old son have policy through my employer currently in a small policy that should cover funeral. Expenses checked a few companies. But i'm just not sure where to start on this. Okay wonderful the you're looking out for your kids and what i recommend as just a back of the envelope. Simple way to come up with an amount is that you buy a policy that covers ten times. Your annual income that will provide a decent pool of funds to provide for your children in the event of your untimely devise. so that may sound cost prohibitive. But it's not if you buy the right kind of life. Insurance which is known as a level term insurance level term is where you buy for a set amount a set amount of life insurance or face amount of you know how many hundreds of thousands of dollars or whatever it would be for a period of time. You're worried about protecting your children. Ten fifteen twenty thirty years. Whatever that period is on clark dot com. You'll see my guide to buying level term insurance and there are many quotation sites. You can go to to get quotes for many different insurance companies. Whether things. I want to focus your attention on. Is that particularly if you go out. More than fifteen years on level term. I want you to buy a policy from a company rated a double plus by a m best on any of the shopping services that i would direct you to they will show you the a. m. best rating. Which tells you how healthy the insurer is itself. So the eight double plus means they have the highest level of ability to pay claims in the future. Because you wouldn't wanna pay for life insurance policy that later isn't going to pay out for you. Level term insurance has no goofy Savings accounts are investment accounts. It only pays a death benefit to your survivors period. That's all it does in the case of buying policy where you're a single parent and you have minor children. That policy usually will be done in a trust kind of arrangement. Don't be intimidated by that. The online sellers are very familiar with this. And you will be able to have someone you trust. Named is the trustee of that in the event that you pass away while your children are still minors
NRDC's Dr. Vijay Limaye Discusses Measuring the Health-Related Costs of the Climate Crisis
"To the healthcare policy. Podcast i'm the host. David intra cosso with me today to discuss the climate crisis related health. Costs is dr. vj lemay climate and health scientists at the national resources. Defense council center. Dr lemay welcome to the program. Thank you dr maze by is of course posted on the podcast website on background. Twenty twenty set another global warming record this past year tight twenty sixteen as the hottest record year and strikingly warmer than twenty nineteen. For example average temperatures in some parts of the arctic last year were more than six degrees celsius higher than the twenty one thousand nine hundred eighty one to two thousand ten baseline average per no at twenty twenty seven. Us record with twenty two one billion dollar plus climate disasters. The previous record was sixteen and twenty seventeen toiling in some ninety. Five billion dollars in damages are more than double the forty one year average of forty five billion seventy events were linked to hurricanes and tropical storms concerning wildfires california suffered over ten million acres burned more than double the previous record set in twenty eighteen at four million acres adverse health effects caused by climate crisis. Events are on bounce well known for example in two thousand sixteen. The government published the impacts of climate change on human health in the us. And i recently cited lance and twenty twenty countdown on health report that concluded in part quote the world has already warned by one point. Two degrees celsius resulting in profound immediate and worsening health effects close quote nevertheless response. By thorough policymakers. Along with the health care industry remains far beyond inadequate. The best the recent congress recently concluded congress can do as produce a five hundred fifty page climate crisis report that drew no connection between the climate crisis and related effects. Imposed on medicare medicaid beneficiaries. Do likely in part to the fact. That neither med pack or mac. Pack independent gresham commissions given broad authority to address issues affecting. These programs has never addressed much less mentioned the climate crisis with me again to discuss climate crisis related. Health costs is the national resource. Defense counsels dr. vj lemay so at that As background vj. Let me begin by asking. If you can briefly describe the nrdc signed centers work shirt and. Thank you david for the invitation to speak with you and your listeners. I work at nbc. The natural resources defense council we are a profit organization working really to stay guard the earth. it's people plants animals and the natural systems on which we all rely. We combine the power of more than three million at rdc members across the country with the expertise of about seven hundred staffers that scientists like me but also lawyers policy advocates who are working together to protect clean air clean water and the natural systems on which we all depend so i work in the science center at entity see and science release the foundation of our work to protect people in the environment. We worked to understand environmental and human health problems working in interdisciplinary spaces in some of the work that we'll talk about today. In terms of connecting the dots between climate change in house is really the focus of my work. And i just have to say you know this period unprecedented on the scientific enterprise. It's more important than ever that we recognize the value that science brings to society and helping us to confront respond to some of these. Really urgent threats thank you. I appreciate that last point As we are well aware. Let me go to you recently. Published an article To your credit in health affairs Last month last month december issue was a theme issue on the climate crisis. I should say a health affairs polishes. Nineteen eighty-three had never previously addressed. Or excuse me. Nineteen one had never previously addressed this subject So again a -gratulations. Your article with your colleagues was titled estimating the cost of action and the economic benefits of addressing. The health harms of climate. Change But i wanna ask you specifically about that because you wrote in this essay quote unquote. There is currently a knowledge gap that must be addressed for more complete understanding of climate change related exposure response relationship. So explain to me what this knowledge gap is. Sure you know in your setup remarks. You mentioned the huge toll that climate and weather disasters inflicted on the united states last year. About ninety five billion dollars by the federal governments fresh estimate and well that's a staggering number as a health scientist. I'm an epidemiologist. I look at that figure and i wonder what's not included and the truth is that when our federal government is tracking the damage the climate change in reports like the billion dollar disaster list. It's actually not accounting for tremendous profound and sometimes irreversible damage to human house so there is a huge missing component. We think about the continuing and mounting costs of inaction on the climate crisis
Boston removes controversial Lincoln statue
"In boston. A statue depicting a formerly enslaved men kneeling before president. Lincoln has been removed after the boston. Art commission voted unanimously. To take it down during the summer at the height of the anti-racist nationwide uprising the vote came after a campaign spearheaded by boston. Artist tori bullock. Who responded tuesday to the removal. This is a great day for the city of boston. In case you didn't know this has been up for one hundred and forty one years for boston to be the first place to come up with any kind of legitimate process to decommission these controversial statues in a respectful manner. It warms my heart and makes me proud is a proud day for me and for my city
Louisiana congressman Luke Letlow dead from COVID-19
"A newly elected U. S. congressman just days from being sworn in has died of complications from cope with nineteen in Louisiana at forty one years old Louisiana Republican Luke let Lowe had just won a runoff race at the beginning of December and was getting ready to serve in Washington he had tested positive for Kobe at nineteen and was admitted to a hospital December nineteenth then transferred to an intensive care unit in Shreveport where he died Tuesday Louisiana's governor says he's heartbroken the congressman elect will not be able to serve the state as a US representative but even more devastated for the loving families left behind let Lowe's death comes as funeral arrangements were announced in Lake Charles for a former Louisiana state lawmaker Vic Stelly died just hours apart from his wife of sixty years both because of covert nineteen I'm Jackie Quinn
21-year-old man charged in shooting that killed 11-year-old in west Houston
"Seventy one years ago today. All audits lead singer and lyricist of free later. Bad comedy is born. In middlesbrough england desmond. Hawkins is twenty one years old. He was just arrested for murdering a forty one year. Old man and an eleven year old boy desmond. Hawkins was free on bond for a two thousand sixteen capital murder which came during the commission of a robbery so he's already been caught for another murder but he was freed he was granted the ninety thousand dollar bond in december of last year. So for nine thousand dollars he could get out and kill two more people. 'cause you only pay ten percent of the bond out wile on bond for capital murder this sweet desmond. Hawkins violated his electronic monitoring conditions in september. So he's accused of committing a murder credibly so he's got an ankle monitor to keep him because we can't we can't hold him he might get to cove it and he's got lots more murders to commit as he show so we'll put an ankle monitor on him deals with these side hustle with these ankle monitor companies. So we'll give him an ankle monitor so he had run the girls in and out of his apartment wherever he is or his baby mamas apartment. When she's not there. I guess they they come in and out. And so violates those conditions back in september so surely we went and arrested him then because he violated the terms of his bond. Well a bond violation report was filed but no action was taken
AP sources: Biden picks Lloyd Austin as secretary of defense
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a retired four star army general is president elect to Joe Biden's picked to lead the Pentagon president elect Joe Biden will name retired four star army general Lloyd J. Austin as his nominee to be secretary of defense according to four people who spoke to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity Austin would be the first black secretary of defense if confirmed by the Senate the sixty seven year old Austin is a nineteen seventy five graduate of the U. S. military academy at west point he served forty one years and was the first black vice chief of staff of the army Austin who retired from the army in twenty sixteen would need a congressional waiver of the legal requirement that a former member of the military B. out of uniform at least seven years before serving as defense secretary Mike Crossey of Washington
Saturday at the 2020 Masters
"Saturday at the masters in dustin. Johnson is running away. He carries a four shot lead into the final round sunday. Following a seven under sixty five saturday he was masterful tying jordan speiss fifty four hole record chasing johnson on the leaderboard are sung j. M abraham answer and cameron smith all four shots back while justin thomas and dylan 'fratelli sit five shots back following his round saturday. I called up with dustin johnson. Seven hundred sixty five news. Dustin johnson to sixteen under through three rounds. What did you do well saturday. And what if anything would you like to do. Better sunday I did everything while today. Adrover very nicely head. A bunch of fairways Hit a lot of greens and felt like i. I gave myself good chances on your on almost every hole. and so. that's kind of what you gotta do here. In the conditions. Not a lot of wind you know. Courses is fairly soft so you can be aggressive and Strike in a very nicely today And so you know tomorrow. We'll have to go out and do a lot of the same if i to win. Tied jordan speeds fifty four hole record. What's the balance between staying aggressive and not being dumb Well for me. It all depends on you know. Flag positions numbers Forgot a good number. And and i like the flag is a play aggressive but Like i said the course right now is is very receptive so you know i know the guys behind me are going to be trying to chase down south. You know you can't play you know there's a there's definitely a fine line of being too conservative and too aggressive but you just have to pick and choose my spots second last year. How did that impact your motivation. This time around. I mean yeah it was. I've played well last year. I played while the last couple years so obviously this one tournament that that i definitely want to win and you know. It means a lot to me. A- grew up so close to here and so it is something that i really look forward to until tomorrow is going to be a. It's gonna be a lot of funding. I'm gonna try to enjoy myself as much as i can and Hopefully hopefully outcomes good tomorrow afternoon. You heard dustin johnson say right there how badly he wants to win the masters. It's the dream of every player in the field in this eighty. Four th edition for more analysis on the third round and what to expect sunday. Let's bring in the voice of masters digital jimmy roberts. Dustin carries a four shot lead into sunday following a seven hundred sixty five saturday. He was masterful. Tying jordan speiss fifty four hole record assess his performance on saturday. A great it was basically as good as you could get You know you said it. He tied the fifty four hole scoring record. It is a different time of year. But i don't think it really matters. I mean the thing that sticks out to me is that you know through fifty four holes. He's got two bogeys which is unimaginable. On this golf course and they were in consecutive holes. Fourteen and fifteen in the second round. And when you stop to think about it he bogeyed the second easiest hole on the course which means that by all rights. He should probably expect to birdie the fifteen th hole. You give him two more strokes and he's just farther ahead of the pack. But i will just say this. I was here in nineteen ninety six and i covered that masters where greg norman had six stroke lead and nick faldo came back to win it so i mean this course can do things to you i mean. I think that there were extenuating circumstances that year. Norman had some physical difficulties. That didn't manifest until the final day and faldo played effortlessly. I think he shot sixty seven It's gonna take that for somebody to beat him tomorrow Somebody's going to have to play really really well. And he's going to have to stumble. What is it about this golf. Course that suits his game so well. Well i mean at this point really. He's the number one player in the world and he's as they like to say in europe he's on form so you know. He's a finely tuned engine right now and He's not even close to the red line. So i mean he is just got it all going on right now. I mean he's you know. I always say that you know. These are the best golfers in the world on on a week to week basis. You know you shouldn't be surprised if somebody you've never heard of comes up and wins a tournament because they are all remarkably talented. But he's the best of all of them right now and he is playing really well You know we've talked about this over the last couple of days. He you know he's long and straight which is tough to beat and then a couple of years ago. He decided that in order to get better you had to work on his wedge game so he went and did that he's become a terrific putter and he's completely unflappable. He i think. And i think that's the most important thing i think he's a guy who just does not get undone by much. I just asked him a few moments ago. what's the balance between maintaining the aggression. That got you here without going too far. Yeah i'd i'd be curious to know what he said but in all honesty. I've never seen him loses. Temper made him. I've never seen him hot. I've never seen him running hot. I'd seen him disappointed disappointed. And you're not going to be able to see this on the podcasts. But you know it's just kind of an shucks wish i hadn't tripled that whole crazy when i do. Something you know like that He's really he's a talented man. Who's in stride right now and You know he's done a lot He's one everything but tons of majors. I mean he's tiger tiger woods. He's one in to start his career. He's won thirteen consecutive seasons to start his career. Only tiger woods is done that and he tied him tiger actually one in his first fourteen seasons. But i mean he just consistently wins you know and it's hard to beat talent you know and worth work ethic when you match those two things together. It's very difficult. Let's look at the leaderboard. That is chasing dustin johnson song j. m. abraham answer cameron smith all four shots back. Justin thomas and dylan for tally. Five shots back if you were going to pick one to catch him. I don't think there's any question. The person who watches is Is justin thomas. But the way sunday m is playing and things are different now than they used to be. You know it's been forty one years since a first timer has one here that was fuzzy zeller nineteen seventy-nine. You know i was with the jack nicklaus this morning doing something and He talks. Jack came here and he didn't win for the first five times that he played here. But this is a course more than any other course were experiences necessary. But look you've got answer and in two players who were here for the first time in their you know right nipping at his heels Sebastian munoz too. So i i do think that must not be worth as much as it has been in the past given the level of talent and work of these guys but you know you give me a guy who has the experience and a guy who doesn't of equal talent and at the same spot in their game. I'm gonna take the guy with experience at this place every single time. Rory mcilroy and brooks koepka. Both superstars both at eight. Under after three rounds. How plausible is it that they might contend on sunday. I think it's entirely plausible. I mean i think that you know mcelroy's trending in the right direction after that seventy five in the first round which was disastrous for him. Just can't seem to get out of his own way sometimes but he's got a game. That's ideally suited for this place. He hits it high far and straight. His natural shot is right to left You know he's been number one in the world he's not undone by these big situations. Generally i think he's going to be a very interesting guy to watch tomorrow. But in all honesty there's so much daylight between dustin johnson and the rest of the field at this point and it's not the daylight of four strokes. It's the daylight of four strokes with the number one player on the one side of that daylight. Who's playing well. And i mean. I think it's gonna take dustin johnson shooting seventy two or three tomorrow. I mean i suppose it could happen. You know greg. Norman shot seventy six. Nick faldo shot sixty seven That lead had evaporated by the tenth. Tentpole the eleventh hole So you never know. But i would be. I would be shocked. But i remember being augusta national in in One thousand nine hundred ninety six and remember all the stories that we were doing. And i did a story for. Espn that night. And i said you know it would be shocking if greg norman didn't win but if he doesn't it will be one of the biggest stories and we won't soon forget it and here. We are all these years later. Talking about it at augusta national right now.
"forty one years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"You imagine being forty one years old have your house paid for you know when they started they could imagine it but they didn't match thank you don't know what it's like to you don't have a payment when you burn the mortgage and you walk through the backyard with no shoes on the grass feels different on your feet baby I promise you the borrower is slave to the lender it changes things when you don't have a single payment in the whole world when you don't ever think about some idiot bank taking your house for your kids changes everything man changes three things this is the differentiation business leaders I'm not gonna lie finding the right people to make an impact that your company for years to come is hard work but I can tell you from personal experience you can find them when you use a linked in jobs linkedin jobs reaches candidates you just can't find anywhere else and not only are they able to reach these candidates they're able to get the right people for the right jobs it's no wonder I hire is made every eight seconds.
"forty one years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Than I deserve what's up forty one years thank you ma'am I am sixty one and he is sixty five would die down a lot of dumb things and we've also had a lot of blessings I found you in January of two thousand eighteen I personally went to financial peace he did not he is slowly gotten on board were on every dollar I canceled out of stock there are around I can't stop terror IRA contribution like you said and that three to six months worth of emergency money put aside he gets attention from wherever retirement I had planned on starting back up what they are I'm sorry but he recently had heart surgery so one and I'm the bills are gonna star comedy and shall I should I start that should I change the baby steps do you have any idea what the bills will be at least twenty percent does now whatever it was so from yeah we don't know yeah probably twenty or thirty thousand dollars for twenty thirty thousand dollars anyway coming your way right that's what I got from him okay and what's your household income total about thirty five thousand a year are you yeah you need to stop everything impala cash to get ready for his medical bills if you're gonna have a thirty thousand dollar hit making thirty five thousand okay you know of any of the money saved other than your emergency fund we have like a Levin Dalvin and those ARE yeah we get ready for this I mean we know the storms coming we just don't know exactly what the arrival date is right right this is not is not a theory it's happened and the bills are gonna come correct you on he turned sixty five so we went on Medicare okay so you've just got to ascertain what the actual out of pockets gonna be and try to save that as fast as you can and as soon as you save that then you restart your other stuff and because it's going to kill your ability to save right I am change management yeah he was not really what you're doing so you're not working anymore the oldest living off of his retirement now I I work on make about twenty thousand yeah in his retirement fifteen he his retirement fifteen a month and he works I dropped okay all right so you're not thirty five thousand you're more like forty something if you're making twenty and he's making eighteen that's thirty eight okay right I'm sorry that's okay and then your side jobs on top of that up over forty so but either way you still don't have you know two hundred fifty thousand dollars coming in or something like that and you don't have a big pile of money and you got a twenty thousand dollar bill come in at least at least yeah so we've got a you know what you might do is talk with the docks and maybe even the hospital Intrada and try to figure out what you're going to get billed for even talk to your insurance company and try to figure out what you're going to bill for but in the meantime we know it's going to be a bunch and you need to just stop everything and Polish some cash to.
"forty one years" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Route to take to start a small business of sorts and I have to go for you know VC firm stand as investors get younger I was thinking it's easier to explain projects with them right guys that's not gonna work I mean with this day and age the idea of venture capital in alabaster is is such a common term now that it is easier to find to find funding what's the corporate culture on your company it's run like I start out by the manager's name is much more corporate so I do believe in the idea of staying passion staying creative but you know you always have to have a least in some ways to make sure things get done on that day and you know all your employees yeah I do I'm not gonna ask and then but you do something as a family of some sort but I know it I think that it's one of those things where you have to have not only a guided touch to have that relationship but you also have to diligently them the right way so you have to get to know them too so how do you find talent that fit into your business or your lifestyle with all my investments I always look to see which weaknesses I have and I'd be willing to admit that meant for any on from you have to be able to analyze your own strengths and weaknesses and see who I hired to replace that part of me so for me it's not just me now now it's a company in it I have to look at the extended family and see what parts are we missing a who can fill that void in I think for any alternate in the hiring process just look for your weaknesses and be willing to admit them to your entire team and I find someone fell at a forty one year in power right exactly we are here to inspire informing connects a community of entrepreneurs this is business rockstars I'm Pat o'brien he's camara who has of eight businesses right seven in working on doing all right yeah I can't talk about that yeah I'll be back next time so yeah technically at eight I like to be wrong Sir okay what's the fire I mean what what keeps you fired UP discovery you know we talk about you on must earlier and for me I love to know what's on the horizon what's coming up next to me so the idea of discovery and looking to something new is such so inspiring for myself and today I might be working on sunglasses tomorrow might be you know something in in tax so for me knowing that I can create some has never been done before knowing that I can work on something that's never been seen before it is so important to me and I think that's part of you know my my role in my future is not something that's never been seen before yeah can you name that brought them they say that I mean it right now I've developed stone sunglasses us ever been commercially available we're launching it on Kickstarter now available and you know we've seen stone before but it's never been done at a competitive price point it's never been available commercially so I solve that problem and now here we are you know with a product that's not only handcrafted and unique but the the bigger companies out there have never done this before and to me that's that's a step forward next on our work I'll find out you know I think that it's my first time doing taking out a crowd funding approach for my business I'm doing this physically with with one product and so far so good I mean with the at the the growth of the internet and the accessibility of being able to become an ashram because of the internet I think has made crowd funding so easy because not only can you invest or back an idea but you can get involved you can participate you can engage with with your consumer and your business so I think that crowd funding is definitely the next direction for a lot of people looking for funding so if if somebody wants to be an entrepreneur what do you suggest for them in regards to Kickstarter orange and well because the Kickstarter always checks are you know just think about your market think about the audience and they want to see something that's radically new radically different they want to come early adopters kick kick people on Kickstarter indigo or any kind of funny platforms are tired of the type of people that want is for something that's so radically new and I think that's the formula and that's the first seed needed in order to have a successful Kickstarter Enron hard is it to find people who want to invest in something radically new I think in this day and age is actually is and what you can to games yeah a lot of people more acceptable to independent brands or a new companies now where as you know twenty thirty years ago you wanted to work for some corporate company now people are saying you know what I can do things that I can drive an electric car I can wear something that's not found in a mall and I think that's kind of become our new mentality and it's it's it's a great thing for business is a great thing for entreprises rethink our economy as well we are here to inspire informing connect the community of entrepreneurs this is business rockstars I'm Pat o'brien back in a minute welcome to sure when Williams so I can get forty percent off paint yes and forty percent off stains you bet hearty down I am party time the color I'd like three gallons in party time please you.
"forty one years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A forty one year old company Sandler o'neill what to say about the environment that boutique investment banks are now consolidating well a little bit different we've been a private partnership with to a private equity investors so they've been they've been great investors and great friends but they made their bed in about eight years ago and still you know when we did the original and we knew that we would be there at some point in time go public or merge with with a company like Piper and for us right now we can we can grow our business with them very effectively and we're excited to be joining them war is there any pressure from those stakeholders or indeed any other stakeholders Jimmy and how did you arrive at the the four hundred eighty five million dollar price tag will no pressure from the private equity firm we we we paid out a pretty handsome dividend every year and they were great partners they were they were he understood we knew what we were doing and they were happy to go along with what we were doing you know the price he gets the result of a combination of things what would be the best for our clients which is the first and most important role how can we continue to do exactly what we want to do with family uninterrupted and could we go with the company will we can make a law a big difference over time still I think the price is low and I think that they got a very very good deal and I'm gonna do everything in my power to make sure that they did and everything that we do to be helpful with them which should help this stock and I think all the time it's gonna we're gonna make a real contribution and we are going to be large shareholders and I intend to be very like here older in one room and a lot of ways to get paid in the steel the joule original P. investors may I just kind of what we through what they experience as being a partner with you you can add them of course.
"forty one years" Discussed on WSB-AM
"It was forty one years ago. Stevie wonder's Cerdic the one hearing right now topped the charts. It was his tribute to jazz. Great Duke Ellington who had passed away just a few years earlier CB wonder one of those artists that anything he touches anything. He does just pretty much amazing and Mike. Nobody says that about you or me so. Oh my gosh. Oh, gosh. I'd be so excited. If I got that kind of admiration, I I just thought of a new company name Midas wealth management, Midas wealth management remembered, my everything he touches turns to goal. Oh, that's right. Yes. Old-school the advertising I like that. Yeah. We're we're nuts. Puzzle. To follow through with that proposal out there. We do need to talk about the Mike. Okay. Once impose a new tax. Everybody is about to be up in arms about this. Because there's a proposal to impose a new tax zero point one percent on the sale of all stocks and bonds that would amount to a dollar for every one thousand dollars traded. I don't know all the ins and outs of this. But supporters are calling the proposed tax a high roller fee, but Fox News contributor Deroy Murdock says that it would go much further than that. Really? You've got people who've got 4._0._1._K's they've got IRAs. You've got union people who union members have got their pension funds invested in Wall Street. So this is not just people walk around Park Avenue and top hats. He's a regular people who've got the retirement assets, put aside on Wall Street to be built up sticking pensions. Retirements all those people walking around Park Avenue in top heads. I'm so annoyed by them is that even a real thing. Now. I get what he's trying to build their in our minds trying to tell a story of so it's affecting real people. What do you think about this for posed tax? It's insane. I mean, that's like the new green deal. It's just like, you know, something they can never possibly actually work. Right. So I don't know what there's no way that this this gets through. Yeah. Just it. It doesn't make any sense. And he's exactly right. It doesn't just you know. I think the sales pitch is. Hey, we're going to go after all these really really wealthy people and have them pay tax. But it literally affects everybody everyone. And and and so it's just an extraordinarily bad idea. And I can't imagine. And it's also against I mean, historically, that's never happened. It's not that situation. The idea is you earn your money, and you pay tax on it. Then you can go out and invest that money. They're going to tax you again on it. Okay. But then if they didn't add this, it's an effect another tax on top of it. It's a lot of tax. And it's also not listen, I'm one of those people that believes that we all benefit through just overall growth. Right. And this is one of the things that that would get in the way of that. And so why not pave the way for you know, Americans and companies and businesses to do. Well, you know, what they're already taxing us when we earned it. Already in attacks us when we pulled out of a retirement accounts. America doesn't make a whole lot of sense. These are things that people get focused on Mike because they are so concerned about the government's inflation different things fees eating away at their portfolio. So this is just another one on the list to watch out for you are always watching out for those things. I mean, the name of the show is guarding your nestegg for a reason you want to help people guard against issues like this to make sure they're doing all the right things paying their fair share but guard their nest egg against the unnecessary. So they have more later on Sherman. So here's what I know is things are going to change over time. And nobody can predict exactly what certainly what markets are going to do. But also, what government's going to do it comes to taxes or what the economy's gonna? I mean, there's noth- no way to know. And that's why you have to you know, when you set up your investments, and you set a portfolio folios you need to make sure that you're not locking yourself into anything. That's too long term. There's no way to today understand exactly what's going to happen in markets. The next thirty years, and which is on average. I'd say the average retirement for most of our clients you can't predict that. So you need to make sure that however, you are investing your money, whatever situation might be right for you in this moment right now that you can remain liquid and you can remain in a situation where you can make changes over time. And that's one of the scenarios where I see a lot of advisors are promoting products that require you to lock your money into that product, you know, maybe for ten years or even for the rest of your life. You know, and sometimes they they sound pretty good right now. But but my question would be well, listen, are you willing to make a commitment to that particular investment for the rest of your life? Because that's essentially what it does. And I would argue that that might be okay for portion of your portfolio. Right. You might earmark a portion that I'm going to set it aside over in this investment because of the, you know, the the advantages that it has, but we also see situations where there are a lot of advisors out there that are. Advocating to people in their fifties. And sixties and seventies that they just lock up huge portions of their assets and accounts that literally Christian they really wouldn't have access to it. Right. You know, once they do it. And I just don't see how that's a good idea. I can't tell anybody what's going to happen for the next thirty years. Nobody can so why wouldn't we put together a financial plan? That is the best situation for them right now. But we can also make changes along the way, and what's the point of doing, you know, semi annual or annual reviews with your clients if you can't even make changes to their investments, right? I mean, it makes no sense. It's a pointless conversation. If you can't update their portfolio. That's literally what we do. We're sitting down with our clients, hopefully, at least semi annually. You know, I wanted to come see us at least once a year. We're we're available anytime, you know, if they wanna come see us, but you gotta have a good financial plan because of exactly what we're talking about here. Yeah. I don't think that this particular proposed tax is going to go anywhere. But who knows what the next thing is just. Make sure you have a great financial plan and you're working with a financial advisor, that's providing value. I define value is if we can show you how to get a higher average rate of return net of any fee that you're paying us. Then it might make sense to work with us. If we can't do that, it it literally makes no sense. But our clients are either retired or close to it. So if we can also show you how to take less risk to get that average rate of return and increase your average rate of return. Then it probably makes even more sense if you'd like to just come sit down and have that conversation about your retirement plan about your investments, we'll have that conversation, and then do an analysis for you complementary. But we'll also put a financial plan. Then again, a written financial planning in your hands. You walk out of our office with it if you'd like to help you implement that plan, that's fine. If you want us to show, you how to implement on your own we'll do that too. But give us a call in the next ten minutes, and we can get that plan to you complementary, and that's a fifteen hundred dollar values. So call now four zero four four three six zero zero zero zero that's four zero four four three six. Zero zero zero zero and like Mike said, you don't know what's going to happen in the future when it comes to things like taxes and different changes that could infect your investments, but you need to work with a financial advisor that's in ten with that. And is going to make changes along the way to your overall plan that are in your best interest and benefit you find out more at guarding your nest egg dot com, there's a book titled retirement game changers. And it says that a lot of us in our fifties. And sixties still haven't really done the math to determine whether we have enough money to retire are not so Mike. What if I wanted to do the math on my own listening today? What if one of our listeners wanted to do that? Where would they start with that? What if you wanted to do the math, and I would suggest that I would recommend you don't mind. Yeah..
"forty one years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"We're at sixty six now, NewsRadio WFL a Senate Democratic leader. Chuck Schumer is agreeing with the idea of postponing President Trump state of the union address while the shutdowns underway. What is the state of the union the government is closed because of President Trump? If it continues to be closed on the twenty ninth. I think it's a good idea to delay it until the government is oh L speaker Nancy Pelosi sent a letter to Trump suggesting he delayed speech to congress until the shutdown his over he. Cited security concerns related to the lapse of funding it's affecting about a quarter of the federal government. But the bar with with homeland security says no problem there was scaredy a man in Florida illegally from Mexico has been arrested and charged with repeated sexual assault on a young girl will county sheriff Grady Judd says Forty-one-year-old Carlos called a own admitted to abusing a girl from the time. She was seven until she was twelve his confession. The you know, what he told us? Are you ready for this? It's not my fault. It's hers. She encouraged. What she encouraged your forty one year old, man. This is a horrible person judge says at this point they don't know of any other victims, but says the investigation is just started one person being treated for burn injuries. Opera. House fry this morning and Ford street in Newport, Richie fire was so big that he called the house next door to catch fire. They save the second house, but the fire did heavy damage to the one that caught fire I cause still under investigation. And it's the lighting back for the road trip tonight to base off against the Toronto Maple leaves is radio. WFL a starts to live coverage at six thirty. Now, here's the Bloomberg market minute. Stocks are still mixed with the Dow Jones industrials down five points. The NASDAQ up eighteen and the s&p five hundred up six there was a drop last week in the number of workers signing up for unemployment benefits, the Labor Department counted two hundred thirteen thousand first time filings three thousand fewer than the week before home sales last month were down sharply from December of twenty seven. Seventeen according to new data from Remax. The brokerage says sales had a year over year decline of twelve point one percent, inventory increased four point six percent. The median sales price for all of the metro areas tracked by Remax was up. Two point one percent people looking for newly built homes at the end of last year found that home were more willing to negotiate Zillow says a quarter of all new construction homes had a price reduction in the fourth quarter from Bloomberg world headquarters. I'm Jeff Bellinger for News Radio WFL..
"forty one years" Discussed on KTOK
"The Forty-one-year-old chicken native says there's much more that unites Oklahoma's than divides the State Warren says her top priorities include affordable healthcare and equal pay for equal work with the exception of horn in district five Republicans will represent Oklahoma in the US house. Here are the result in district one Kevin Hearn district to Mark. Wayne Mullen district three Frank Lucas district. Four Tom Cole only one St. question got the approval of Oklahoma voters yesterday, Katie. Okay. Smith Myers reports there were five state questions on the ballot. But only one got the approval of Oklahoma voters Marci's law put certain crime victims rights into the state constitution to of the state questions that failed yesterday. We're very close the question that would have let doctors practice in big box stores and the question that would have allowed schools to use property taxes for operations the two other questions that failed included the one to allow. The governor and Lieutenant governor to run on the same ticket and to create an additional fund to stabilize state government. Now taking a look at some other races Republican Bob Anthony gets another term on the corporation commission. Anthony received more than sixty percent of the vote Republican. Glenn mole ready is Oklahoma's next insurance Commissioner he received nearly sixty two percent of the vote to defeat democrat, Kimberly. Fobs Republican, Leslie Osborne will be Oklahoma's next labor. Commissioner Osborne received sixty one point seventy three percent of the vote in state school superintendent joy Hofmeister wins. Another term Hofmeister received fifty eight point fifty two percent of the vote. She's a Republican invested democrat. John Cox, independent Larry huff, Republican Randy McDaniel will be the state's new treasurer he won with seventy one point fifty nine percent of the vote and Republican Mike hunter wins. Another term is Oklahoma's attorney general he defeated Mark Miles..
"forty one years" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"A like dayglo or turquoise bikini at a thong back on that guy that's a pretty good run seventy eight to nine right he got didn't joy the adult second half of his life he got he got joy he killed eight of course when eight of course was forty he got out at thirty nine or forty and got enjoy from the part he cut off adolf courses life to the ripe old age of eighty i want my nuts in that i want that guy dead and he maintained his innocence and this thing where it's like well he's gotta live with that they never i don't think he's living with it was okay with doing harping yes to live with it yes but and you go again you think about it like this guy did this horrible thing in his early twenties i guess max patty you can find that out but he gets out and he makes it to own ign and he's eighty years old any kills himself he has cancer but he kills himself because i guess what do the ravages of cancer but either way so weird you just find random people you say random things and then you go do a little dive into them and it's like i didn't know it was kidnapped i didn't know he was he was killed yes max pat i have a thirty one when he commits the crimes yeah years old seventy oh decade off thirty years he has thirty years or thirty one years of of out time before before he's killed by himself and cancer not forty one years churning out a hell of a product i agree tourist good if you guys are out there but skies forty he owns if he'd been course you'd be like holy shit this is a nice place to work a call yours and you're in your forties and he's kidnapped and killed now i don't know i need the l any product sorry i don't know if he knew the guy i don't know how the guy planned it i don't know what the deal was man now those are i actually meant he was thirty one when he committed the crime right yes a cord was thirty one when he when he kidnapped cores and then yet another thirty one years free yeah then he got out at forty thirty nine or forty nine or something had another thirty one years there we go killed himself good but he should've killed himself in high school could avoid trouble yeah all right we ever figure out why why is this guy get out of prison what points you go hey the guy who kidnapped beer magnet over there and kill them it's about time he get out stretches legs a little bit also makes me feel like the price my feeling is like you're either capable of doing this or you're not capable of doing it and if you're capable of doing it they're doing it twice yeah that's just law and order man over here anyway now i felt bad because i made a joke about adolf poor guy grandpa killed himself i dunno data is there something him like consistently main like he's keeps saying he's innocent right so i wonder if that is anything to do with it well he's sticking with this self defending thanks i'm dying to know what happened that he thought he was being threatened while is itself defense because innocent means i've never seen this guy before you got the wrong dude well in he did one interview after he was released and he maintained his innocence i was the quote knits so right but his argument is self defense when it goes to court that's a little different that's kidnap them and that was self defense not innocent is where we're all residing which is i've never seen that before sure this would have come up but i wonder if he was.
"forty one years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To protect our nation's great legal heritage in keeping with president reagan's legacy i do not ask about a nominees personal opinions what matters is not a judge's political views but whether they can set aside those views to do what the law and the constitution require i am pleased to say that i have found without doubt such a person tonight it is my honor and privilege to announce that i will nominate judge bread capital to the united states all right that was from last night the president judge cavenaugh selected to be the next supreme court justice the left of course going crazy and even people conservatives republicans all that had advocated for the people weighing in left and right we do have a lot of background about his judicial philosophy as i have been saying all day which really is at the heart of all of this here to weigh in is former speaker of the house author of the bestseller trump's america the truth about our nation's great comeback another massive runaway bestseller newt gingrich i wanna ask you this i actually quoted you last night on the five i was hosting and then on on hannity and i think that you know of every american before the president spoke just imagine that hillary was about to come out and make her second choice for the us court how would we feel but yet you still get a whining and the complaining and there is a natural doubt you know is he really going to be in the mold of alito scalia and thomas everybody i think that's a legitimate fear based on past failures first of all we have so often had are broken by people like suitor who turned out to be such total disasters it's reasonable to being zayed at on the other hand now for twelve years with considering the fifty one shows his cronies fiftythree rather so he got on he got on the appeals court at forty one years of age he has authored three hundred opinions eleven of his descendants have been picked up by the supreme court who sided with him and overrode the liberal majority on his court he is very clearly on most issues deeply committed to a constitutional reading of the law and to being bound by the founding fathers that sounds very much i think scalia he was described by liberal professor who wrote a very positive op ed saying that he thought he should be approved even though this is a pro clinton liberal democrat but who knows you person said look this guy's likes liberty even better educated and he said he's gonna be very impressed with the way that's a hard that's a hard mountain climb because scalia was a genius the thing let me just say that we were very fortunate close that i were actually in the white house having dinner with vice president pence watching the introduction and we went to little reception for the kavanagh's including a chance to talk at length with his father is a very charming man and who talked about how to how you said you know his wife you stick around and she would his here's a now judge cavenaugh about eleven or twelve years of age and over dinner she's practicing her closing argument as as a prosecutor now to conduct some guy and it's his job at eleven and twelve years of age to take arguments legal training began with mom sitting at the kitchen table and they're just a charming family and i think you know devout catholics active in coaching is two daughters and men basketball active in helping serve food for the poor i will be fascinating to watch the left try to demonize him because i think he's actually a very decent human being you know it's interesting you say that because last night i said oh by the way you see that family and i put up the family on the screen and i said there were about absolutely smear slander and try to destroy that man in his family and by the way it was happening even as i said it with a in terms of the democrats and and their reaction i'll tell you where i get the most hope in terms of what his judicial philosophy is and we do have a lot in terms of his background and you know he is weighed in on on really important issues including religious liberty and separation of powers and freedom.
"forty one years" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"I'd have clued i was i had no clue that was it's only been in recent years that i realized this guy was a real big deal back in the day you know and i'm watching this last night and it's like i'm watching a video of the dharma initiative left in a time capsule in a cave on the island for me to find into fascinating i'm like where's the black smoke where's the smoke monster on others we're at the other he s where's the porno where's the portal because the dude literally just summarized my show every day forty one years ago in twenty nine minutes and it came down this was what he said the next generation would face he talked about he called it in his time now that the culture has rejected the christian consensus that's what he called it at this time now we might call them moral absolutes that judeo christian morality that's maybe the nomenclature we would use an day he called it the christian consensus in one thousand nine hundred seventy s and now that the culture and keep in mind he's now coming out of he's in the first throes of posts sexual revolution so he's only a couple of years away from johnny carson waiting in line in manhattan to see deep throat in a movie theater you know some of the he's in the early post sexual revolution reverberations we are so far down the yellow brick road from where francis schaeffer francis schaeffer was like sitting there with the munchkins telling dorothy follow the olympic row we are like at the end of the road we're going we're like we're not the elton john's now goodbye yellow brick road okay from where he has that we're like we're showing kids deep throat in sixth grade now guys okay.
"forty one years" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"But we're we're does everything stan here i mean what what is smoke what is fire with new england brady bella check craft i've talked to brady this off season so i all i can do is reteach as like everybody else for somebody who knows brady a little and that is tom brady's about to be forty one years old he's coming off a season where he he won the mvp at age forty he had one of the best ear lettuce team to super bowl this is my feeling this is not any message from brady this is not anything other than what i think what i think is the tom brady probably is a little bit tired after leading the patriots to eight super bowl he's probably a little bit tired of being treated like johnny foxborough you know the second year everything to prove quarterback that's just my feeling i don't know that but i think that's probably i would be feeling if i ate accomplish what he did and was being treated the way apparently he's being treated which is if i everybody else on the roster right and that that goes back to the trainer right that the trainer that's what bill belichick is done some things alex guerrero that it seems anyway like tom brady chase that but at the end of the day i think this own personal daily mayes in the ethic if you're you're today that that you know really this is just off season crumple basically and that the way i feel about this which is that when tom brady goes to whatever the mandatory campus i didn't even know when it is sometime in late massing when he goes to that camp he's gonna go and as inza lease the hottest place when he goes to chain cam he's going to set an example for every one of the twenty one year old kids who says that weekend so the way i feel about it is that there's so much we cover in the offseason that once labor day weekend rolls on we say what does that mean absolutely nothing and a set this for a long time never one time ever heard somebody who flu.
"forty one years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Practiced law for forty one years i've just stunned at what some of these liberal judges will do here here's a program that barack obama himself said he did not have the power to implement congress could change emmigration laws the president doesn't have the power to rewrite our immigration laws he admitted that on several occasions and then eventually he went ahead and did it anyway now we've got a new president it's an executive order you know one president can revoke and other president's executive order and and they've actually found judges who say no no no barack obama can issue the order but the next president can't revoke at i mean it's unbelievable well you hit two very interesting and and correct points one is obviously the president obama overstepped his constitutional duty to change immigration law and he actually said we believe it's twenty two times he said he didn't have the authority to change emmigration law he said he was up to congress that he wasn't a king he wasn't an emperor and then when he changed it in november of two thousand fourteen he came out and said i just changed the law so you have that you have a president admitting that he he violated the constitution and then of course how insane is it for a federal judge to walk in and say say it's okay to issue executive order but you can't send it that doesn't make sense and certainly gets back into the whole separation of powers issue with a federal judge stepping into the shoes of a president at stopping them from doing their top well we're seeing about rageous things going on here on the left at unfortunately some of them are happening happening in the judiciary and it's it's a real scandal so ken what do you see there's seven states that have joined in this lawsuit maybe we should just identify him and give him credit frankly for writing with you who are who are the other states involved so let me have my friend alabama i think we have louisiana south carolina arkansas nebraska and i'm missing one of them and then obviously virginia west virginia's the is the seventh.
"forty one years" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Gonna give you money the vegas they had to go in and take it in and start on the construction of new casino but you'd be foolish to think they're gonna win less than levin games yet the quarterback is going to be forty one years of age and you've said the quarterback won't make it more than one more year but you must think this is going to be another big year for the quarterback right he plays them the division where either aj mccarron peterman or josh allen will be the starter or mccown or darnell will be the starter or tanny healer must matt moore or nate more or who have males might be the quarterback so what's the that way is right there six all right yeah right there five one at the worst then the patriots get to play the nfc north so you could throw in the odds chicago detroit whatever that's to win so now right now they look at seven they seventy what they get green bay at foxboro minnesota at foxboro that's not a word so they could he's naked before note in that division they they go to think about that they go to chicago and detroit at green bay and minnesota come to look at you let yep yep who's the reigning mvp and the national football league should be cars ways but it's tom brady who threw for five oh five a playoff record in the super bowl and had me stay open late so he get with the mode listening ale joy still did what he needed to do to win the game he threw for five.
"forty one years" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"I'm gonna give you the bay because they had to go and take it in and start on the construction of new casino but you'd be foolish to think they're gonna win less than levin games yet the quarterback is going to be forty one years of age and you've said the quarterback won't make it more than one more year but you must think this is going to be another big year for the quarterback right he plays them the division where either aj mccarron peterman or josh allen will be the starter or mccown or darnell will be the starter or tanny healer must matt moore or nate more or who have males might be the quarterback so what's the that way it's right there six all right yeah right there five and one at the worst then the patriots get to play the nfc north so you could throw in the odds chicago detroit whatever to mow win so now right now they look at seven they seventy what they get green bay at foxboro minnesota at foxboro that's not a word he's he's four note in that division they go to they go to think about that that they go to chicago and detroit but green bay and minnesota come to look at you let yep yep who's the reigning mvp in the national football league she'll be cars ways but it's tom brady threw for five oh five a playoff record in the super bowl it had me stay open late so he wouldn't juicy listen ale joy still did what he needed to do to win the game he threw for five.
"forty one years" Discussed on Get Up!
"Gonna be forty one years old they have showed no signs of slowing down lashio greeny at some point we all know it has to happen does lebron but he hasn't show you said i'm thirty three brady's forty you said yesterday gravity is undefeated on this show context wasn't that's true what else is undefeated time a correct it has to happen i don't care if you're tom brady or or greg brady atv's rabbit for right now it doesn't matter what radio eventually kurt shows in their greedy i knew i was going to re meanwhile on planet earth this is one of my favorite moments that i am fascinated by sharks this happened in australia this is right off the coast in australia that's a police vote and that's a great white shark yes i love this so much come on i want to go in the cage is with sharks so bad because it's one of the things i've always wanted to do this video it's just amazing to just peaceful not bothering dangerous we'll come back to that one because we look at the dili dog can't we this is the rangers new delightful treat it's a hot dog stuffed into a dot pickles and deep fried in corn bread batter disgust we i need it i like pickles and not dogs saying cornbread so a lot of things fry if the state fair like snickers oreos all this gusting what what are those three ingredients is stuffing to you it's not the fact that the three three ingredients together you could put this on a hot dog throws some tony la we'll try thank you brings men finally after a controversial ending to predators panthers the other night where a last second goal was overturned predators fan brian meeks center dead catfish to h l headquarters in toronto with the message you suck on it the prank cost me one hundred and fifty dollars total worth it and according to her facebook successfully made it to its destination really did on thursday.
"forty one years" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Airport just one and of course she saw you saw security and stuff in the inside the airport naturally but we we went out for a walk a couple of nights ago did to go get icecream because that's what you do when it's like you know six degrees out citing hearing you know like a stone's throw from the north pole l let's bouquet scream up k um and and it was the animal like eight nine t tenant nine or ten o'clock at a kits outside it in in a in a playground playing soccer a couple street no parents round i think these kids are like gotta be under twelve years old he's the kids that had just at what it is pick up speed bumps everywhere though speed bumps go war thank you would not believe that keeps everybody guess in line but hey that's iceland in this is rhode island and in providence john y you guys there uh you guys have kind of under the microscope their hunt john we are billy i drive a packed in providence for forty one years things to be that i think that people were ambushed and they were unaware of these hamlets yeah and uh i think if there was some word on your you got decides on the highways that sade is an accident and so all these things that fall um you know which the technology today why didn't they put unsigned saying there's gonna be the cameras in providence and people would have been aware of it because you get twelve thousand tickets in thirty three days and say that's not being ambushed and i was yeah well and and and they're they're gray they're there this is stoned right by you can't see you kits the thing they hide him they hide them in front of the old you don't all bought i know whether you all i'm out because i by not and i know you're not be then i don't i didn't get one now that there are people that are unaware and they're moffat drive we do need something to stop these people cia that was an import everybody was unaware paul yet but at that and uh john i appreciate and i'm sure you've got some great taxi stories we could we could listen to for hours but i can run for news but aged just this to me this is just seeing.
"forty one years" Discussed on Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast
"When they get to the on wanna think the way it worked and trying to remember in the book he ends up choosing a new island close to a called a dealer eight in i wta he gets on that island praise for that island in stays there for forty one years forty one years the cool part of the story is that after he leaves in the middle of all the crazy the entire island of newel ghosts from idol worship and cannibalism to the risen son of god in the person of jesus christ this guy was sent specifically to these people in the midst of his first two years on i on i want to read you quo he's being chased by the folks that want to kill him he has friends a person of peace a person that was thought worthy a person of favor that believed in heard the message is friends trying to help him while these other people are coming after um and here's what he says as a believer i want this heart for chrysler's what he says the danger however in that moment was so great that no war whose his buddy said you can no longer remain in my house he said my son will guide you to the large chestnut tree in my plantation in the jungle climb up remain it's all the moon rises so he's to whole night big entirely at the mercy of such doubtful and vacillating friends vacillating real quick friends going back and forth yes i'm going to help you in they turned their back on him so friends who were wavering being entirely at the mercy of such doubtful in wavering france i though perplexed felt it best to obey.