35 Burst results for "Forty Seven Years"

Florida woman who sued for ivermectin dies from COVID

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Florida woman who sued for ivermectin dies from COVID

"A Florida teacher hospitalised with cove it has died after her husband tried but failed to force doctors to treat her with ivermectin tomorrow drop was forty seven years old she died twelve weeks after being admitted to Palm Beach gardens Medical Center her husband Ryan sued the hospital last month trying to get doctors to give ivermectin that's a drug used to treat conditions caused by parasitic worms the FDA has not approved ivermectin to treat cove it and Ryan dropped lost its court battle the judge saying allowing judges to counter man doctors decisions could set a dangerous precedent Ryan drug says he's not giving up telling the Palm Beach post I'm hoping the name a law after her he said so no one has to go through this I'm Rita folate

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The Alice Todd Child Abuse Case

Today in True Crime

02:38 min | 1 year ago

The Alice Todd Child Abuse Case

"The minute forty seven year old. Tina chevelle walked into the hospital with a two year old child. Employees were suspicious. The toddler was badly bruised and the mother seemed to dodge every question lobbed at her all shabas told the staff was that her child needed medical care but when she was asked to produce documentation she changed her story she clarified that she was the adoptive parent not the biological mother. The case grew even stranger when chavez claimed she couldn't provide any proof she had legally adopted the child either. There was no longer any question. Something unusual was definitely going on. The woman's story was inconsistent and concerning the hospital called the police and notified child protective services. Cps determined that because chavez couldn't prove she had legal custody a relative should take care of the child while police looked into the matter with that the investigation into tina. Chevy's began shabbat. Lived in thomas phil north carolina with her husband vison zeo mendoza romero both in claimed to have custody of the child but neither of them had the paperwork to prove it. The police started to suspect they'd stumbled upon a case of illegal adoption. The phenomenon is more common than the average person might expect. Adoption is a practice as old as civilization itself. But for most of its history. The institution was specifically designed to meet the needs of the parents rather than the children. It wasn't until the mid eighteen hundreds when people in power started to reconsider the practice treating children like ponds and adult games in eighteen fifty one massachusetts past the adoption of children act the first law that codified modern adoption essentially. The state was empowered to determine whether the arrangement with the parent was beneficial to the child before this legislation. That question was largely deemed irrelevant. Nowadays adoption is a complicated legal process. And it's that way by design. If there no neutral party involved people could easily trade their children for money or other goods there would be no safeguards guaranteeing that the children grow up in healthy environments. So when the police in thomas ville north carolina opened their investigation on tina chavez. They had one concern on their minds whether their arrangement was good for the toddler or if it was even legal at all

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Overcoming Addiction in the Restaurant Industry With Mickey Bakst

The Addicted Mind Podcast

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Overcoming Addiction in the Restaurant Industry With Mickey Bakst

"All right everyone. Welcome to the addicted mind. Podcast my guest. Today is mickey faxed. And he's going to talk about a little bit about his own story. I think and a little bit about his community ben's friends and how that came to be and everything like that. So mickey please introduce yourself twain into pleasure to meet you and all audience and everybody out there. My name is making baxter's twain said. I am the co founder of an organization called ben's friends which was created to help struggling addicts in the food and beverage industry find sobriety. I am a forty seven year. Veteran of restaurants mostly high end fine dining. I am thirty eight years sober. And i'm going to take it back to ben's friends You know for me in terms of my history. I over thirty years old from sixteen to thirty. My life was nothing but a living hell. I'm not gonna go into details. Orient evolve the story did die from an alcohol and drug overdose on an emergency room table. They found me in a hotel room. After four days of non-stop round the clock drugging and drinking. They opened up the door. Thank god 'cause they didn't know what was going on and they died at an emergency room table as a result of that they found me just in time.

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Syrians Vote in Election Certain to Give Assad New Mandate

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Syrians Vote in Election Certain to Give Assad New Mandate

"Syrians have voted in a presidential election almost certain to give the incumbent bashar al assad of forty seven year term. He's ruled the country since the death of his father in two thousand in the last election held in two thousand and fourteen had secured almost eighty nine percent of the vote with turnout at more than seventy three percent. This election is likely to deliver a similar result willett. The result is dependent on the country's two biggest allies russia and iran. Dr laura james is a middle east analyst at the global advisory firm oxford analytica and. She joins me now north. Thanks for coming on. Do we have the results yet. No they're not do until friday evening I think we can make a fair guess at them. Though to be honest. I mean is there any chance that russia could perhaps derail the selection. That's no indication that they want to at the moment There's always a question. Mark over how long russia will see asset is an asset rather than a liability. But i think generally the assumption is that keeping him in place keep things relatively stable that trying to bring somebody else in certainly. It isn't a to be played to soon. Possibly at some point they could bring in somebody similar as part of a deal for western reconstruction aid. But we're very very far from that point. In iran influence iran is also supporting asset again as a source of stability and as a gateway into the country. Pro-iranian militias are playing a very important role there and iran is looking for a reconstruction con contracts and most of all a routine into lebanon where it supports the hezbollah movement so again for a run asset is an important asset.

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What's New With WOA, IAC, and VAA

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

What's New With WOA, IAC, and VAA

"As were recording recording this in early may but it shouldn't. It shouldn't be too long of a turnaround by the time we get everybody together. So we're looking for For a couple of different things. First of all How are things going. Forwards in of america what's What's news over there. What's going on in that organization. Well you know i. Everybody is kind of expecting and not be surprised by. It's kind of a coming out party. Time with the covid cases and deaths and things reducing the protocols Being lifted Here where i am in florida Lots of lots of activities going on so the warbirds community is starting to get back together and and have events to go to and probably the most important note on there and it probably jumps into a couple of other topics. We're gonna talk about later but Sunan fund had their spring break for for pilots and aviation enthusiasts Early april and. I'm happy to report that. They have had on every metric that they measure a forty seven year record breaking event. They had more campers than ever before. The campers stayed longer than ever before they had more aircraft than ever before the aircraft stayed longer than every before they had more people they had more gross revenue And slip back to warbirds commentary. a normal number of tending registered or birds for sun and fun for us is in the one fifties or we had one hundred and seventy-eight warbirds show up so there's pent up demand and we have every reason to expect that frosh cashier venture.

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Columbus Reaches $10M Settlement for Family of Andre Hill

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Columbus Reaches $10M Settlement for Family of Andre Hill

"The city of Columbus Ohio will pay a ten million dollar settlement to the family of a black man who was fatally shot by police in December forty seven year old entree kill was fatally shot just days before Christmas as he emerged from a friend's garage holding only a cellphone then officer Adam Corey who has since been fired and charged with murder was investigating a nonemergency complaint about a car in addition to the ten million dollar settlement Jim frequented by hill will be renamed in his honor attorney Ben Crump says the family is applauding city leadership for demonstrating that hill's life matters but the police department remains under scrutiny for other fatal shootings including last month's death of sixteen year old macarthur Bryant I'm Jackie Quinn

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Addiction and Sales, with Ian Koniak

Accelerate!

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Addiction and Sales, with Ian Koniak

"As part mental health awareness month were having a number of conversations with a successful people such as yourself that have been affected by issues like addiction. And so we're gonna talk about sobriety my talk about your journey to the extent you feel comfortable in and share some things that could be helpful to other people that are are listening to this might be similarly struggling so appreciate you coming back on absolutely. And that's the goal is to help people may have May be able to relate to some. They're going through. Start at the beginning. So what was your story. I mean what what happens. That's my story with addiction. Starts when i was probably twelve years old. Twelve well starts before i was born. Because like many addicts most addicts have encountered. There's a generational element to it so My father had struggled with with alcohol his whole life. He was an alcoholic and ended up getting sober a couple years before he died but he died. It was already too late. It was a lifetime of of excess for him. He was fifty three years old. Not too long. After that my cousin my first cousin passed away at forty seven years old. He was a wall street banker And was very high stress job and he he left four children and family and unfortunately all this came came pretty close to home but i never really acknowledged the fact that i had any problems. The diction in fact. I said i am not going to be like my family. I'm not going to be like my father. My cousin my brother all the males pretty much. My family struggle with us. And i i just was always a high performer in work and in sales so i thought you know what this is something that i that. I don't have a problem with what happened. Is i just kind of pushed in the closet and i kept a lot of secrets and because it never got to a point until fairly recently where it affected my family or in my work i always kind of made the mistake of thinking. I didn't have a problem. And it was only until i thought it was gonna lose my wife when i when i acknowledged it and fortunately fortunately been sober from many vices for for about fourteen months. I've been putting a lot of work for recovery. And i really do feel like a new a new man a new person but i will say. I've struggled with addiction for the bulk of my life. Since the time. I was really probably twelve years old till i got sober when i was forty one so most of my

Russell Westbrook Breaks the NBA Record for Triple-Doubles, Surpassing Oscar Robertson

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Russell Westbrook Breaks the NBA Record for Triple-Doubles, Surpassing Oscar Robertson

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Russell Westbrook breaks Oscar Robertson's NBA record for triple doubles Russell Westbrook of the Washington wizards became the NBA's all time leader in triple doubles Monday night passing hall of Famer Oscar Robertson's forty seven year old record Westbrook recorded the one hundred eighty second triple double of his career reaching the milestone with the rebound with a twenty nine remaining in the fourth quarter of a one twenty five one twenty four loss to the Atlanta Hawks in Atlanta Westbrook who finished with twenty eight points thirteen rebounds and twenty one assists missed a potential game winning three pointer at the buzzer Robertson's record long considered untouchable had stood since nineteen seventy four hi Mike Rossio

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Cink-cess! 47-year-old Cink wins 3rd RBC Heritage title

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Cink-cess! 47-year-old Cink wins 3rd RBC Heritage title

"Forty seven year old Stewart Cink has continued his love affair with the RBC heritage winning the Hilton head tournament for the third time in his career St dominated the event throughout setting scoring records for both thirty six and fifty four holes and at nineteen under after a final round seventy posted a very comfortable for shock win at the Herald under the third animali another Grillo who tied for second I really felt like I had the kind of stuff this week that was going to be very very hard to beat if I just maintain my composure it was just gonna be really hard to beat Stewart Cink at this course this weekend it was the second win for the season for the resurgence thank you now has eight career PGA tour wins I'm Graham I guns

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Davis' jumper gives Arkansas 72-70 win over Oral Roberts

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Davis' jumper gives Arkansas 72-70 win over Oral Roberts

"Arkansas has reached the elite eight for the first time in twenty six years with the seventy two seventy win over number fifteen oral Roberts devante Davis hit a short jumper with two point nine seconds left after the Razorbacks erased a thirty five twenty eight halftime deficit we need to pay points as you see we got that around if that happens and we we out toughed them in this weather came out so if you want to drop in twenty two points to help markets are overcome a poor shooting night by Moses moody who is four for twenty in scoring fourteen points Max a service that is best to put the golden eagles in the elite eight for the first time in forty seven years scoring twenty five points his three pointer at the buzzer bounced off the front of the room I'm Dave very

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Man accused of 1 murder in New Jersey says he really killed 16

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Man accused of 1 murder in New Jersey says he really killed 16

"A man accused of murder now. Says he's really killed fifteen people as well in a detention hearing in gloucester county new jersey. The assistant prosecutor said sean. Land admitted to the killings and a phone call to a relative and says among the dead are his ex wife and three others in new mexico but investigators have been able to corroborate his claims atlantans hometown of grants new mexico. Police there say they don't believe lennon's claim about killing additional people authorities have been tracking lennon after the discovery of four bodies but so far he's only charged with one death in new jersey and attorney for the forty seven year. Old suspect says he was

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100-Year-Old Man Killed In Violent Encino Attacks In Los Angeles, Suspect Arrested

John and Ken on Demand

01:43 min | 1 year ago

100-Year-Old Man Killed In Violent Encino Attacks In Los Angeles, Suspect Arrested

"I mean you talk about a crime wave. And what the hell's going on in the city of la. Somebody killed a hundred year. Old man in encino supposedly happened before noon yesterday. Cops were called assault with a deadly weapon. An axe are you kidding me. When officers got there they found a man who had suffered minor injuries but he directed them to a suspect. They've arrested forty seven year old. Adam dimmer men. We're going to find out this is the vagrant. What are we going to find out next one of the mental issues here. He's walking around attacking people with an ax There was an officer that basically told me to stay indoors as a guy with a machete. Who's walking around here. Apparently dimmer man had a dog with him. See deborah not. People with dogs aren't necessarily always good people i know. They got an action a knife at the scene and sometime later they responded to a home in encino on alonzo place where a hundred year old man was found dead. Numerous contusions and lacerations they believe dimmer man killed him. Can you imagine living to one hundred and going that way to get murder. They've identified the poor guy as yussef mahboob ian. He'd been living on the secluded hilltop cul de sac for more than thirty years. His wife is the one who found so. I guess he broke into the house. Or i don't know we don't know a lot of the circumstances here yet. But you got a guy running around the valley with a machete attacking people and he kills a one hundred year old man. Wow

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Covid long-haulers turn to Seattle rehab clinic

KUOW Newsroom

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Covid long-haulers turn to Seattle rehab clinic

"The corona virus arrived in the seattle area about a year ago. Some who got cova early on are still suffering. The people who still feel the effects of the disease months after their initial diagnosis are called long. Haulers reporter eilly show. Neil has more now on wear long haulers in the seattle area are turning to for care. Donna lawson is forty seven years old. I met her in the backyard of the house. She shares with her husband and teenage daughter in west seattle. I'm a designer artist. In a mother lawson got code back in march at the very beginning of the pandemic at first it seemed to be a mild case. But then things got worse in. May she was hospitalized for three days with low blood oxygen and when she got home she didn't get better. My legs feel like jello. All the time very very weak on really bad days and bad times. I'm trudging through. Concrete is what it feels like or like their cinderblocks literally on my feet or magnets pulling me to the ground. los and says she can't concentrate a remember things. She's tired all the time and no longer has the energy to make art or volunteer at her daughter's school. She says on a good day she's eighty percent of her old self for a few hours other days. She can't get out of bed. That gets me really choked up. Who knows if. I'll be myself again. I'm usually a pretty confident person. I really love helping people. And i love spreading joy. It's really hard to do that when you don't feel joy about ten percent of people who get covid still have at least one symptom two months after their diagnosis more women than men suffer from. What's being called locking cova. They have a broad range of symptoms from shortness of breath to trouble sleeping or concentrating to depression or anxiety. Lawson was never able to get a cova test because there weren't many available at the beginning of the pandemic so she says throughout her illness. Some doctors haven't believed that her symptoms are due to long cove. It when you have medical professionals poo poo what you're saying you can't help but wonder if you're crazy person. If the reason lawson and other long haulers have struggled to find care is that doctors don't fully understand long cove it yet when they run standard tests on long haulers most results come back negative exact mechanisms yet some of the basic science still pending and that will be helpful for guiding treatments. Aaron bananas a rehab physician at the university of washington's harborview medical center. He says researchers are still trying to figure out exactly what causes long cova loose suspicion that this may be a more of an immunologic response in patients or some of the micro-vascular pox insults that are occurring. Maybe causing some of the brain fog and other words long hunters immune systems could still be an overdrive or maybe their brains are still suffering from being deprived of oxygen pandemic worked with covid patients after they were released from the icu. But over time it became clear. It's not just the patients that have been hospitalized in who are very sick that are having long term symptoms and we're seeing this even in patients who may have been sick at home but now three months later are still struggling. That's why been now started a clinic. At harborview specifically serves cova. Long haulers. It's one of many such clinics that are popping up across the country to clinic. I if you want clinic part. Medical office part gym with treadmills parallel bars and other equipment to help patients build back strength and the ability to walk but now seems to know everyone here here he is. I've been good. How are you handsome every day. Now and his team are experts in rehab medicine. They help patients with their recovery and coordinate their complex care but now says his goal is to help his patients get back to whatever they were doing before they got sick. Got a law in our critical illness. Survivors that yeah. Their their heart is still beating and their breathing but everything that they valued and was meaningful in their life is now lost so i think our hope is that just wanna make sure were addressing getting or covert patients as much life as boston so far. This is the only clinic like this in the region. So it serves patients from oregon alaskan idaho as well as washington but now says at first. There was only a trickle of patients. But now the clinic gets forty new patients every week.

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Union: Ohio officer fired in fatal shooting of Black man

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Union: Ohio officer fired in fatal shooting of Black man

"The Ohio police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man last week has been fired a union official for the Columbus police department says officer Adam Corey who is white was fired after a disciplinary hearing core you shown on body camera fatally shooting forty seven year old Andre hill a black man who emerged from a garage holding a cell phone call a feel to administer first aid right away and didn't activate the sound on his body camera which led the mayor last week to call for his termination the Columbus police chief expedited the investigation and filed to departmental charges of critical misconduct against the officer saying violations of policy cost an innocent man his life hi Jackie Quinn

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Video released in police killing of Black man holding phone

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Video released in police killing of Black man holding phone

"Police body camera footage of a black man being fatally shot by a Columbus Ohio police officer has been released Columbus Ohio police officer Adam Kuwait did not activate his body camera before fatal shooting early Tuesday morning a six second clip of that shooting was captured by an automatic look back feature there was no audio the clip shows Andre hill a forty seven year old black man walking out of the garage cell phone in his hand seconds later he shot after that Kuwait turns on the camera you know got a medic common hill lay groaning on the garage floor no officer coming to his aid Columbus mayor Andrew Ginther wants Corey fired more detailed on two directors not turning on the body worn camera in failing to offer the after the shooting the state bureau of investigation is open the case the U. S. attorney's office in Columbus will review for possible federal civil rights violations once the state completes its investigation I'm timid wire

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Interview With Prancercise Founder Joanna Rohrback,

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

04:45 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Prancercise Founder Joanna Rohrback,

"So i wanna start at the beginning to hear your whole story of how this evolved. So let's go back to. If what i read his correct one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. That's when you became a committed exercise devoted. Is that right. yeah. I've been committed exercise to for probably the better part of forty seven years okay. Now i became very fanatic about exercise when i broke up with them. My ex fiance. Who is a dentist. It's all my book. And i felt very liberated and wanted to get into the best shape i ever was. In i customize my own crush fitness program just coincidentally stumbled upon. What would be prancer cise. What i would do is. I'd start out very early in the morning when it's cooling nice and quiet. When i was living on the beach there was an area called. The broad walk on. Hollywood beach was paved walkway. Where many people Is and i would start out with spot exercises with ankle weights and then i would go out and ride the bike with ankle weights on against the wind. And then i would power walk with my headphones on and The whole program was about two and a half hours. What happened was one day. I heard a really good song. I wrote was the walk minute. At the time. I started moving very rhythmically forward in a certain fashion which was to become prancer cise and i enjoyed it so much nyc steam to get an awful lot of attention that i decided. You know. there's something to this so the end of two thousand twelve was a big year. So i read that. You completed a five k. Entirely in prints are size and then on christmas day. Was your big release so talk about. What inspired you to release it then after all these years of working on it. Why christmas day i it. For years i had a health issue. That i basically cured myself up. You know i was bedridden. you know wheelchair-bound kind of and so it took me the better part nine years to of myself. I refuse to do it conventionally. I did it on my own with certain therapeutic nutrition which. I'm very adept at as i healed. I was able to do a little more and more and by the time. Two thousand twelve came around. I got myself back to where i could do five k. and the reason i brought everything out at that point. It was the combination of being excited about being able to move again and exercise again. And could you not be excited when appealed yourself and you have this great program that you know you. We're so passionate about a few months. After her video went live prancer size went viral surprised. At how this is taken off god. I'm flabbergasted i listen shock time youtube joanna was a guest on the today's show dr oz steve harvey. You teach me out. Francis is in place in. If the music's ready i have she was in a john mayer music video and estacio commercial cracks. Let's not yet didn't crack. There were a lot of people that laughed at it and made fun of it and parodies evidence stuff. And how did you deal with that. I mean you know no matter how thick your skin is. I think it's hard not to have your feelings hurt a little bit by some of that stuff. Well it was ending. I took seriously and i was kinda surprised of all these other. You know reactions like you're talking about. But then when. I got to understand the internet better and better and al-tairi motives and agendas people. Have you know it was understandable. I accepted it. You know. I went on and just had fun with it like they were having you know so. It wasn't jumped in that crash near nothing. No not at all along with her exercise routine. Joanna has an eating routine. She is one hundred percent a creature of habit. And it's basically the same thing every single day. Green apples bananas and coconut plus raw calabasas. Crush i make a salad with cabbage. Hickama tuna steamed potatoes healthy mayonnaise. Dark mustard you know black pepper garlic powder cider vinegar. You know with the mother in it. Carrots celery Sweet onions or white

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Southwest Airlines Pushes to Expand Amid Pandemic Pressures

WSJ What's News

04:15 min | 1 year ago

Southwest Airlines Pushes to Expand Amid Pandemic Pressures

"The pandemic has devastated demand for air travel in response. Many airlines have pulled back offering fewer flights cutting jobs and rewriting the route maps yet. During all of this upheaval one carrier stands out. Southwest airlines is taking aggressive steps to expand. It's a high stakes gamble but southwest is betting. It'll help the company emerged from the pandemic stronger than before. Let's take a look at the company. Strategy and wide sky competitor's talking with the journals ala's insider who covers the airline industry for us. Hi allison it's always good to have you here. Thanks for having me so. Allison we should be clear. Southwest is facing plenty of struggles revenue in the third. Quarter is down. It's burning cash and it still dealing with the seven. Three seven max which won't return to service for a while yet but at the same time it's adding cities like palm springs. California steamboat springs colorado. It's also moving into big airports like chicago. O'hare is well. how can this be. yes definitely. there's no airline that has really escaped. The devastating impact of the pandemic and south west is no exception on track to lose money this year. You know really for the first time in in other breaking a forty seven year streak. It's a huge deal for the company. And they're talking about and seriously considering furloughs also for the first time in their history so you know. This is really unprecedented for them. But the strategy of being opportunistic a downturn. That's not that's not unusual for them. That's something they've done time and again in the past in sort of how they've grown throughout their history so in some ways it's it's not surprising to see them doing that again. Okay let's get into specifics. What's the strategy. What opportunity does southwest see here how they explained it was that the way their network is now. They have multiple flights day all of these cities. And that's been you know offering. That kind of schedule is sort of a big advantage for them but now that demand is down so much they just don't need to be offering five six seven flights a day in some of these places so they it means they have extra planes in extra people they need to deploy somewhere else so they sort of looked all over the country in thought like work and we really quickly move. That would kind of help bring in revenue right away for us. And that's how they picked some of these new cities as you mentioned. Southwest may break its profitability streak yet. It does have a lot of things working in its favor. It has less debt and lower costs compared to its rivals southwest. It's hard to say. Any airline is well positioned right now but southwest came into this crisis with a lot of advantages and they had a lot less debt than some of their biggest rivals so even though they've taken on a lot of debt during the pandemic they still they still have more cash than debt which is pretty rare position to be in for an and that's something that sort of gives them a little bit of a cushion and a little bit of flexibility to try things or the rivals like spirit and allegiant watching they offer low fares and find opportunities at empty your airports and is this. A big risk for south west. I was definitely watching. United executive sort of said at o'hare you know. They said we have the high grounds and they're not too worried from from what they said. But you know there are so few people traveling right now in the recovery expected to be so rocky. I i really think airlines are just competing over every passenger one. Great example of that is how the big airlines like united and american delta. Have done away with cheney's or most domestic changes. Anyway you know. That was a huge selling point for south west for years. So that's something that's going to make the competition even more heated. So what could that mean for travelers more options more competitive fares. Yes i mean over the course of its history. Southwest going into a market often brought fares down significantly and sort of got new people brought new people into traveling and something that the department of transportation once called the southwest effect. So i always tends to increase competition and bring down fares when a new entrant jumps into a market alison insider covers the airline industry for the wall street journal. Allison thanks so

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Houston Police Sgt. Sean Rios, Killed Trying To Stop Shootout, Remembered As Leader Dedicated To Family, Community

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Houston Police Sgt. Sean Rios, Killed Trying To Stop Shootout, Remembered As Leader Dedicated To Family, Community

"The houston police department. Says it's identified a person of interest connected with the shooting. Death of police sergeant shawn rios the forty seven year. Old police veteran was killed in a shootout earlier. This month of visitation was held yesterday in a private funeral is being held at this very hour. A twenty four year old suspect is charged with murdering that case yesterday. Investigators identified a man seen on surveillance video talking to the suspect. They're now trying to locate that man for

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"forty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The third and forty seven year old Michael eaves are found dead in the thirty six hundred block of reading road early Friday morning later that day police found thirty five year old Taza Mason and pretty sexual Bridget Carter dead after being shot in a north Avondale apartment miles would be arrested early Sunday morning in interviews with detectives prosecutors say that miles said he was in was the on again off again boyfriend of masons she and Carter were said to be looking at pictures of men on Facebook which provoked him as he allegedly shoppable to death on that same day prosecutors say miles decided to get revenge on a man who had beaten him up in the past two weeks so he allegedly shot and killed not saying if it was Boeing or eaves and miles said told detectives that he killed the other guy the other man to leave no witnesses the latest numbers from the Ohio department of health shows that two hundred seventy four people have died so far from the coronavirus in the state with total cases just shy of seven thousand nursing homes are an area of concern for Ohio during the pandemic which is led governor Mike to want to issue a new order I've asked doctor act to issue an order today that will require long term care facilities to notify residents and families within twenty four hours if a resident or if a staff member becomes infected dozens of also been on the radar of state leaders an inmate at the Pickaway correctional institution died over the weekend becoming the first to die behind bars from cover nineteen corrections officials say he had been suffering from a chronic illness the Ohio National Guard has been called in to assist the medical staff at the prison in Pickaway governor Andy Beshear responded to a question about police officers taking down license plate numbers of those who attended mass gatherings over Easter weekend including those church services who will now be ordered to quarantine for fourteen days to prevent further spread of the coronavirus Bashir says they're just dumb they're not just monitoring churches but all mass gatherings we cited eighteen businesses at least through the labor cabinet nothing we've done has singled out charges whatsoever this in about church I love I love the opportunity that the church has that so many others don't into in virtual and drive in services and all my goodness we had incredible drive in services all around the state the governor announcing eighty seven new cases and seven deaths due to cover nineteen the state now has one hundred four deaths in two thousand forty eight cases in Indiana they are now reporting three hundred fifty tested code nineteen.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"A month for forty seven years that's five hundred sixty four months in a row start when you're twenty boom month in month out don't miss don't miss a month don't have a life event don't get married don't have kids whatever you need to do to maintain three hundred nineteen dollars a month for forty seven years you will wake up with one million dollars at eight sixty seven thirty year old and now keep in mind most people when they do look at retirement they're gonna start saving between the ages of twenty eight and thirty five is the average thirty year olds you need six hundred and thirteen dollars a month for thirty seven years four year olds you need twelve hundred and forty dollars a month for twenty seven years fifty year olds two thousand eight hundred and thirty one dollars for seventeen years I'm gonna skip the two million to meaningless let's get to the number that these people say you need to have that's that's raised the the volume of the laugh track too in the background twenty year olds nine hundred and fifty eight dollars a month for forty seven years thirty year olds eighteen hundred and thirty nine dollars a month for thirty seven years forty year olds three thousand seven hundred and twenty dollars a month for twenty seven years and if you're fifty that number is eight thousand four hundred ninety three dollars a month for seventeen years insane foster is dangerous false sense of security my friends don't drop out I've got a solution in a much better way we'll be right back in a moment the del Walmsley radio show.

"forty seven years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And with a little time that we have left I wanna talk about one more thing in it is that your pain might not actually be coming from where you think it is and let me give you an example I had a patient come in my clinic is forty seven years old and yeah he says Hey my shoulders just absolutely killing me and he's grabbing kind of right on top of the shoulder where that trapezius muscle inserts right there on the top of the shoulder he's like man it's just this is really bad and I go through the range of motion in the shoulder and yeah it's fairly restricted but then I get into the now I can help in the neck some feeling the knack yeah I feel at C. five and C. six but there's something wrong you could feel it and I didn't orthopedic tests to find out what was really what was really going on there and right when I turned his head I could feel the muscles guard in spasm there which the protective mechanism and so I knew that we needed some more testing so I did the surface EMG testing that reads the nervous system throughout the musculature and I'm really amazing technology I love doing this because they can detect things that I can't that that can't be detected by symptoms which are bad indication of health in general anyway but I do the surface EMG testing and boom I could see that there's a problem originating from the knack and so we did axe raise next an axe raise take all the guesswork out of everything tells me exactly balls are position where nerves are being damaged and what I found is that he had a curvature and inaccurate twelve degree curve in the NAC where it's supposed to be straight his was crooked just to make it simple and where the stress was being put on those joints those joints were degenerating so is in phase two degeneration and so what that means is that the bones were actually wearing and tearing unevenly it is fine and that was affecting the nerves I was affecting the surrounding muscles around that area in where he felt it was it really in a shoulder but where it's coming from was really from his neck in this happens commonly we see this with athletes that's why anytime an athlete will have a shoulder problem we we always check the neck because a lot of times it's coming from upstream you got a look at the source that causes the cure or someone just goes in there and treats shoulders with without addressing real because you're just asking for a lifetime of treatment and a lifetime of problems in that area and so I showed his axe raise and he was really upset and I didn't understand why he was upset he's like you know what I've been I've been going to physical therapists I've been going osteopaths I've been going to chiropractors I've been going to these guys for ten years I've had this lingering issue for the the at least the last ten years he said not a single person is taking X. rays measure the X. ray shows and show me what the cause was and then helped me he said just after a couple times with you my shoulder already is feeling better I can't believe I've suffered this long with this issue he's like okay so my question to you is why didn't anybody ever tell me about this before why is this the first time yeah I've been a chiropractors and I know your your specialty is Kerr credit why is no one ever told me about this what you have to understand is that there's different types of chiropractors there's therapeutic and there's corrective and unfortunately when insurance and got involved with the profession of chiropractic there's a split and you saw a lot of chiropractors just start chasing what ever.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And with a little time that we have left I wanna talk about one more thing and it is that your pain might not actually be coming from where you think it is and let me give you an example I had a patient come in my clinic is forty seven years old and yeah he says Hey my shoulders just absolutely killing me and he's grabbing kind of right on top of the shoulder with that trapezius muscle inserts right there on the top of the shoulder he's like man it's just this is really bad and I go through the range of motion in the shoulder and yeah it's fairly restricted but then I get into the knack and palpated the neck some feeling the knack yeah I feel at C. five and C. six that there's something wrong you could feel it and I didn't orthopedic test to find out what was really what was really going on there and right when I turned his head I could feel the muscles guard in spasm there which is a protective mechanism and so I knew that we needed some more testing so I did the surface EMG testing that reads the nervous system throughout the musculature and really amazing technology I love doing this because they can detect things that I can't that that can't be detected by symptoms which are bad indication of health in general anyway but I do the surface EMG testing and boom I could see that there's a problem originating from the knack and so we did axe rates next in X. rays take all the guesswork out of everything tells me exactly were balls are position where nerves are being damaged and what I found is that he had a curvature and inaccurate twelve degree curve in the NAC where it's supposed to be straight his was crooked just to make it simple and where the stress was being put on those joints those joints were degenerating so is in phase two degeneration and so what that means is that the balls were actually wearing and tearing unevenly it is fine and that was affecting the nerves I was affecting the surrounding muscles around that area in where he felt it was it really in a shoulder but where it's coming from was really from his neck in this happens commonly we see this with athletes that's why anytime an athlete will have a shoulder problem we we always check the neck because a lot of times it's coming from upstream you got a look at the source that causes the cure or someone just goes in there and treats shoulders with without addressing real because you're just asking for a lifetime of treatment and a lifetime of problems in that area and so I shook his axe raise and he was really upset and I didn't understand why he was upset he's like you know what I've been I've been going to physical therapists I've been going osteopaths I've been going to chiropractors I've been going to these guys for ten years I've had is a lingering issue for the the at least the last ten years he said not a single person is taken X. rays measure the X. ray shows and show me what the cause was and then helped me he said just after a couple times with you my shoulder already is feeling better I can't believe I've suffered this long with this issue he's like okay so my question to you is why didn't anybody ever tell me about this before why is this the first time yeah I've been a chiropractor's no no your your specialty is Kerr credit why is no one ever told me about this what you have to understand is that there's different types of chiropractors there's therapeutic and there's corrective and unfortunately when insurance got involved with the profession of chiropractic there's a split and you saw a lot of chiropractors just start chasing what ever.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

12:38 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"About the OJ Simpson trial this definition now welcome to you you should know Katie and welcome to the podcast and Josh Clark and there's Charles the beach have Brian Jerry's over there actually sitting in today and this is stuff you should know about the think tanks the thinking is kinda tanks are fish tanks I don't think at all well the barely think I think this water is a little warm for me then they think what's water what's being wet and then that's about it and then they like about some of those tasty flicks yeah give me some and that's it thanks think tanks there's a lot more thinking going on in these kind of tanks were like stink tanks it depends on your opinion and that's everybody's opinion so yes I guess they are more like sting tanks this is one of those weird ones where a for forty seven years I've just sort of had this never done again on what a think tank was I hear it now I kind of assumed I knew it was going to write yeah yeah yeah it's a good now it's a good term for something yeah I was like with this but this is like a bunch of smart people sit around thinking about smart stuff exactly this kind of rate does exactly what it is ideally it's like a it's like a place where people sit around and think about things that eventually hopefully affects public policy in in a positive way is what you're ultimately hoping for yeah and I think we don't mean if you went by a think tank they would all just be sitting around going I think it depends on the day of the week or if it's right after lunch there's a ton of research and study I see something like that they're not just points of out of thin air now no that's the point of think tanks as they are groups of people nonprofit organizations in the US we should say yeah which will get to the finer points of that who say you know what we see this problem in America and or the world or wherever Great Britain has plenty China has a bunch and they say how can we solve this problem let's get to it we're gonna we're gonna take this problem on and figure it out through pragmatic science and evidence based research we're going to come up with a solution to this problem and then the next step is to get it out there to the public to policy makers to get people talking about it yeah and I want to know if you will talk about it there's a public debate over it ideally if it's a good idea it will be adopted as public policy and that problem will be solved in a in a good way yeah and that's the ideal function of a in an ideal think tank which is to say it is non partisan it is fact based and it doesn't have an agenda necessarily but things have changed over the years as we will see fairly recently Chuck yeah seems like in and think tanks can be very much slanted but we'll get into all that that's just sort of a long winded set up okay it was a good set up the man should we go back and check on our body Plato with so create yes Plato his academy the academy was some people say was sort of the world's first think tank which makes sense yeah he would get dudes they would sit around in the garden and and I would imagine drink wine sure in talks marks and philosophy and kind of you know like it was high minded stuff for the day to sit around and think about sort of what was going on around them and how they can impact change yeah or thinking about the nature of reality or existence they once decided that knowledge was uncertain in life is essentially a craps game based on probability rather than absolute truths if you step back and think about it that is the basis of quantum mechanics you could you imagine if they had access to L. S. D. back then I know I don't think we've been too terribly different well yeah they they were sort of traveling down the road anyway but that was I mean that's that's pretty impressive some of the stuff they came up with this is again we you know we did a skeptics episode yep this is a map you said you know I'm sorry not skepticism stoicism and member yeah sure this is where the stuff was all these different philosophies we're all going kind of grew from this academy so yeah if you can make a pretty good case that it was the world's first think tank yeah it's a little it's not the first modern think tank but it could qualify as in a lot of ways no there was one in eighteen thirty one and Great Britain the Duke of Wellington establish what was called the royal United services institution which studied like military science yeah and then here in the US in nineteen ten the Carnegie endowment for international peace which studied the result of military science right now it's still around thank you man I mean they they still have been dealt many thanks they're well in doubt that and then of course the Brookings Institution which may be the most famous modern American think tank this day this one you probably hear about the most it was founded by Robert Brookings in nineteen sixteen and they had a lot of it I mean we saw a lot of influence but they had a great deal of influence I'm kind of post depression with FDR's new deal helped construct the new deal yeah help construct the Marshall Plan after World War two that was that was huge yeah very huge so like both for them a for sure the new deal definitely was but the Marshall Plan there is a there was a survey done of I think like four hundred fifty a story ends and they the number one most important thing that any government has done since World War two between one or two in the twenty first century was the Marshall Plan like it it not only like brought Europe back from World War two yeah it set Europe on a path away from communism now where if you're not into communism that was a great positive benefit right yeah the way it did that was in two years based on this economic plan in two years it got Europe war ravage World War two ravaged Europe back to production levels twenty five percent higher than the production levels it was at before World War two in two years so just went back to normal plus twenty five percent better in Europe said I kinda like this capitalism thing and western Europe went that way I was kind of curious because Brookings at the Brookings Institution gets a lot of like left leaning criticism today so I kind of wonder where all that all came from and the article I read said that is a victory of the conservative side to have Brookings labelled liberal just from kind of pounding it in the press even though its history and its member board throughout the history has not been liberal at all and has been filled from the top down over the years with the rank and file Republicans and conservatives from like the Reagan era on through bush one and two okay so they've they've and it causes liberals that liberals will swallow the stuff the Brookings is is putting out there no I don't they undermine their own think tank well I don't think it's not their own think tank it's not a conservative think tank was centrist like almost right down the middle from right but I think they want to advance their own with their conservative think tank I want to advance to them so they label Brookings's super liberal I got you so anything centrist is liberal I got the way to go and that's what it is yeah I can't remember who scored it but somebody has a a liberal score between zero and a hundred for think tanks in Brookings scored like a fifty three right down the middle yeah like apparently as far as think tanks go into battle is centrist as you possibly can get yeah and they've been around for a long time yeah thanks a lot of sense yep so it not just Brookings book is definitely one of the most famous around the world is done quite a bit of stuff but there's plenty of others there's some the rand corporation is a very famous think tank yeah we should you know rained is actually a I don't know what you call it but it's suppose it started out as are indeed like research and development rand corporation and from what I understand they've come up with the ideas for computers the internet spy satellites the space program all that stuff that America did in the mid twentieth century technologically yes yeah the rand corporation like thinkers were the ones who came up with this stuff yeah I think I need is some of that and I don't I don't think it really hit home that they were a think tank yeah it with a name like the rand corporation right sounds like just corporation but it but they're they're like a think tank that's really specifically was specifically zoned into America's technology for progression idea yeah I mean a lot of think tanks can be specialized like that like some are very very much just concentrate on economics some concentrate on social issues in that case technology and then I think some like bookings are sort of a little more broad yeah to take any case we'll take all comers yeah so after World War two like there were think tanks before like you said Brookings Carnegie the royal United services institute in the U. K. there were like they were think tanks prior to World War two but after World War two they really proliferated and the reason they started was government was this kind of government it was a in the in the early twentieth century was just just this it wasn't it wasn't anything like you see it now wasn't this monolithic behemoth that has its tendrils in every aspect of people's lives or anything yeah it was a little too far the other way where it didn't quite know what it was doing so some of those early philanthropists like Carnegie in Brookings date day in day out these think tanks to kind of help government out to basically be like the research arm for government to help direct the best way for America to go into that's how it started out and then after World War two when America had like all this cash in all this forward momentum think tanks really popped up in in there were all these kind of competing and then sometimes harmonious voices from the think tanks to say go this way go this way but yeah this way but they all had something in common and that was that they were staffed by very smart people who did very deliberate very good research who produced policy positions that lawmakers could then take themselves and go out to the people in state see this is what I'm talking about here is the data here's a sound bite for you to make your hair stand that's what think tanks did in in a way they were they very much were along the same track as lobby lobbyists which we did an episode on that those are pretty good too but think tanks stopped short of lobbying allegedly yeah because they kind of had to starting in nineteen thirteen they were granted tax exempt status is very big deal mmhm because there's a lot of money involved in many of these I've been trying to get that for myself for years tax and you're right it is a very big deal the church of Josh just to go in that's what's so I'm wearing this robe in the nineteen fifties though is when Congress really kind of because they were tax exempt had to get involved and say Hey listen you gotta walk a line here you politically you can't if you want to keep this tax exemption now what yeah we for sure do they said you can't be partisan it's got to be good information you can't slant things a certain way or support officially support or endorse candidates you are here to educate with your objective work and that went on for awhile and then we.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori back with you along with the star ledger mark learner mark when you look at horoscopes can you perceive past lives or anything like that a lot there are different planetary and energy is often astrologers associate a planet like Pluto that's far away traditionally Saturn has always been considered a planet of quote on quote karma so the combination of certain influences in the chart where these plants are place vertically planets like Saturn Pluto what are called the nose of the moon if you are over the moon as the moon's orbit intersects our orbit as we're going around the sun and the nose of the moon are very unusual and very powerful so they're often involved with fate and destiny one of the thing though I remember I mentioned before about the moon when I got into a straw G. forty seven years ago I started studying the moon signs vertically of the people close to me family members obviously first best friends things like that the famous people and so what I found was that the moon I have so much to do with feelings and emotions and sort of what we feel comfortable with usually inside ourselves and the other thing is I believe that the moon I'm not saying exactly a hundred percent but if you set past lives I believe that the moon kind of represents a pass on time I mean to give you a sort of sense so let's say somebody's got a Capricorn moon but their centenary so in this life the sun in Aries person would be needing to look for it in you know happen to fiery Aries energy and.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on KTRH

"And welcome back to coast to coast George nori back with you along with the star ledger mark learner mark when you will look kept horoscopes can you perceive past lives or anything like that a lot there are different planetary energies often astrologers associate a planet like Pluto that's far away traditionally Saturn has always been considered a planet of quote unquote karma so the combination of certain influences in the chart where these plants are place vertically planets like Saturn Pluto what are called the nose of the moon it's the orbit of the moon as the moon's orbit intersects our orbit as we're going around the sun and the nose of the moon are very unusual and very powerful so they're often involved with state and destiny one of the thing though I remember I mentioned before about the moon when I got into a straw G. forty seven years ago I started studying the moon signs vertically of the people close to me family members obviously first best friend things like that and famous people and so what I found was that the moon has has so much to do with feelings and emotions and sort of we feel comfortable with usually inside ourselves and the other thing is I believe that the moon I'm not saying exactly a hundred percent but if you set past lives I believe that the moon kind of represents a pass on site I mean to give you a sort of sense of what's to say somebody's got a Capricorn but their centenary so in this life the sun in Aries person would be needing to look for it and you know happen to fiery Aries energy and leadership and being strong willed and so on but they would be doing that based on kind of a past life experience of whatever Capricorn with their moon was just as an example which would be hard work responsibility often taking charge of like families at an early age to be just like wanting to get ahead of things based on an earthy logical common sense thing because Capricorn is an earth science so I think the moon sign has a lot to do with it's kind of like an instinctual energy of who we've been before we carry that forward in this life and therefore the moon sign has a lot to do with with we've been before more.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Nori back with you along with the star ledger mark learner mark when you to look at horoscopes can you perceive past lives or anything like that a lot there are different planetary energies often astrologers associate a planet like Pluto that's far away traditionally Saturn has always been considered a planet of quote unquote karma so the combination of certain influences in the chart where these plants are place vertically planets like Saturn Pluto what are called the nose of the moon it's the orbit of the moon is the moon's orbit intersects our orbit as we're going around the sun and the news of the moon are very unusual and very powerful so they're often involved with fate and destiny one of the thing though I remember I mentioned before about the moon when I got into a straw G. forty seven years ago I started studying the moon signs vertically of the people close to me family members obviously first best friend things like that and famous people and so what I found was that the moon has so much to do with feelings and emotions and sort of what we feel comfortable with usually inside ourselves and the other thing is I believe that the moon I'm not saying exactly a hundred percent but if you set past lives I believe that the moon kind of represents a pass on site I mean to give you a sort of sense of what's to say somebody's got a Capricorn moon but the centenary so in this life the sun in Aries person would be needing to look for it and you know tap into fiery Aries energy and leadership and being strong willed and so on but they would be doing that based on kind of a past life experience of whatever Capricorn with their moon was just as an example which would be hard work responsibility often taking charge of like families at an early age to be just like wanting to get ahead of things based on an earthy logical common sense thing because Capricorn is an earth science so I think the moon sign has a lot to do with it's kind of like an instinctual energy of who we've been before we carry that forward in this life and therefore the moon sign has a lot to do with with we've.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Wife forty seven year old Stephanie west is charged with first degree murder. her first court appearance is today there's no information about an officer involved shooting that happened in Hillsboro over the weekend eleven ninety K. exes Brad Ford has details police responded to be extended stay America in Hillsboro to investigate a suspicious circumstance one of the officers fired a shot but the sheriff's office hasn't said why they arrested Elliot car from lawful use of a weapon identity theft and stealing a vehicle the Cola constante also goes by peace Lynn Perillo was arrested for burglary identity theft and stealing a vehicle Oregon lawmakers get updated on a proposed liquefied natural gas and pipeline project in Coos Bay the Jordan co project would include two hundred thirty miles of pipeline from Coos Bay to Milan Oregon director of the Oregon department of energy Jeanine better says in addition to federal and state approval it also must have some local permits scanning comprehensive plan spay estuary management plan Douglas county comprehensive plan north bend comprehensive plan in the north and city code federal regulators a schedule to make a final determination of the Jordan co project in January twenty twenty a major lobbying effort is being launched against a bipartisan bill that would help prevent you from getting surprise medical bills Oregon congressman Greg Walden tells MSNBC the medical industry does it on purpose these guys are making a lot of money off the backs of patients were playing by the rules to the best of their ability and we're gonna put a stop to it happens when you go in for a medical procedure that's covered by your insurance company but a doctor treatment is out of network and you're responsible for the cost which can be in the thousands of dollars opponents of launched.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Forty seven years old from Sacramento she got it from a friend. according to the story like a pretty well known brand I remember pines from when I was a kid is the product from Mexico or did her friend by it in some cheap store in Mexico and bring it home and give it to her is she even buying ponds cream from Joe Lasko Mexico for twelve only show yeah at least goes out it is yeah okay. that's where all the tequila tequila comes yeah let's go testing revealed that the tainted face cream contained a powerful former mercury mercury levels we've you get in your blood well I mean we've all heard the stories about mercury how you get it out of our teeth and not of the shots that we take all that other stuff so this soon sounds like bad news then you were talking off the air I know you have got a lot of information I get about this thing from China Hey you know we may against back to the labor jobs generic drugs that are coming from China yeah you just don't read the label of food you got to know over the unfortunately in this day and age you gotta know where everything comes from if you're smart if you want longevity then you LL itself as to what ingredients are are you the you play how would you know and it's on your drug yeah no yeah with the generics why we get you drugs I've been this was. why don't even know. like in the pharmaceutical company that gets one of the ingredients that's and you know you know in these medications from places in China and you know doses can kill you there at like what I was reading the chemical in this one blood pressure drug if a you know like the amount in one pill was equivalent to eating forty eight pounds of bacon it's how drug again Karen case and of our listeners are actually on it you may want to continue with our doctor they'll certain it's a I feel like that's a pretty popular one yes the most widely his blood pressure medicine apparently so. yeah television. liv Tyler and rob Lowe we're gonna be in a new TV show. it said nine one one spin off call Lone Star. it said that it would set in Austin rob Lowe plays and liv Tyler plays a paramedic he's been seen as an adversary as well as a colleague of lows so and that's it the nine one one thing is done fairly well on ABC right now what is that's where it is and the nine one one and lows in that he's very smooth he gets himself he just moved from where almost seamlessly from one project to another to another to another to another have you noticed that he's never you never don't see rob Lowe he's always present in some way shape or form a television or in a movie he's just always around he also doesn't age now he's looking guy and I using the grandfather from ponds that's for sure I what's on TV tonight looks good well not a lot because it's Friday night but there is a marathon of live PD if that's your thing and you like you know a virtual ride along with with cops around the country that starts at eight PM on a need tonight it otherwise I would say watch some horrible stuff on Netflix you're into food there's a new episode of diners drive ins and dives that's tonight at nine PM on the Food Network and then murder in the bio it which is that's it chapter one a body in a canal that's on Showtime tonight that's actually kind of an interesting show and then and that's pretty much it there's really nothing else on there unless if you want to if you like Bruce Willis the Comedy Central roast of Bruce Willis is on tonight at nine PM we find central I do like him I don't know was listed on it as you know who's being roasted but on yeah it should be a good time. time for you to lose the weight you've been thinking about this for months and months and months and months and months now because you've been listening to me talk about the healthiest choice in our country in the world in fact for losing weight calendar and it's available now is a big sale on right now so you get into the program you lose the weight you stay on the program.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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"forty seven years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Loss news desk. This is real news and information five seventy KLIF with find seventy kale news information. I'm rubbing esky. The city Burlington is investigating three murders. A twenty four hour span including the shooting death of a man in his own driveway yesterday afternoon. He's Arlington residents say it doesn't change how they feel about the city kinda hit me that maybe I was in New York something like that. But not really I feel protected. This amounts of an easy been here. Forty seven years saving big not a problem. Police have made an arrest in one of those cases but in yesterday's murder. They say they have no suspects or even surveillance footage. If you think you may know, something about the south Arlington shooting, please contact police a controversial decision by the Dallas county. DA still has people talking John Chris oh announced last week at his office would not prosecute certain smaller scale offenses like thefts and are seven hundred fifty dollars. Peach is a criminal defense attorney who disagrees with that policy. He says he doesn't think the changes will make a huge impact on the courts. Most of the cases that we see for all necessary items, usually less than one hundred dollars another class seem misdemeanors who usually ended up in court, anyway, they don't end up at the DA's office or the county court. So this is one of his biggest concerns is business owners feeling like they need to take matters into their own hands. When they fearful these won't make an arrest in a theft. Now, let's get a quick check of the runway. Right now traffic seeing a little bit of a backup building as you travel in Arlington on eastbound, I thirty I think he might have a brand new wreck near Davis that is backing things up from fielder. Also aside St. wreck in north Dallas on beltline at Preston with KLIF right now traffic, I'm Michael Scott. Well, today's forecast is sort of the calm before the storm, mostly cloudy, windy and mild with high near seventy seven tonight. Cloudy, breezy conditions with warm temperatures high near sixty five.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Office says forty seven year old Anthony Lopes pleaded guilty to multiple charges in Fall River superior court this week he broke into the s burrito. Sancho rectory in Fall River back in July twenty seventeen police say he stole a TV and other electronic items these items were found at his apartment and Fall River. Police say he is a career criminal a federal judge rules at thousands of additional migrant families that were separated by the Trump administration's zero tolerance policy should be part of an ongoing class action lawsuit US district judge Dana Sambre has already ordered the administration to reunite more than twenty eight hundred migrant children who were separated from their parents as of June twenty six twenty eighteen the judge writes that he chose that day because there was no reason to believe the government had been systematically, separating families on mass before them media reports Annan inspector general report, they both. Both revealed that the administration had an undisclosed family separation pilot program in place starting in July of twenty seventeen. They New Hampshire man whose girlfriend was killed as a two of them were driving away from a Manchester nightclub appears in court. Jeremy Winslow was arraigned on drug and motor vehicle charges. WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe reports the judge order Winslow held on ten thousand dollars. Bail appearing by video Jeremy Winslow put his head down and cried when his attorney brought up the night as girlfriend Tanya hall was shot in the back as the two drove away from a club. After some kind of confrontation with a group inside Winslow has a lengthy criminal background defense. Attorney Mark Osborne. Argued for personal recognizance for his client on new charges of cocaine possession and driving with a suspended license. Osborne. Told the judge Winslow is a victim in all this. I can't overlook the fact nor should anybody else that my client was fired upon as he drove away. What does that make him? But if the state argued for ten thousand dollars. Cash bail citing outstanding warrants for Winslow in three states. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Austin's NewsRadio me. Thank you. Health. Officials are warning people that the flu season is not over CBS as Maria. Medina has more details centers for disease control and prevention reports, a nastier flu strain is spreading across the US late in the season last week about sixty percent of the flu virus samples tested came back h three unto strain that causes more hospitalizations and deaths doing as much as I could like making sure I've seen vitamins Denise is doctor told her she likely got a mild case of the virus because she got a flu shot. But the teacher says she knows a stronger strain is going around some of my students were out like the whole week because.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"He's facing forty seven years to life in prison, and he stitching right now when people are saying at first is foul that he's stationed in some details. Came out allegedly they stole millions from his crew allegedly. They are slept. What is baby mother allegedly? They kidnapped him and robbed him allegedly plotted his death. So now hearing all that if you were Takashi six nine would you snitch let's start off with you. I mean, first of all I wouldn't be in that situation because I wouldn't be running around like that. Of course, things that he did. But yes, I would. I'm not a criminal. So I don't do things. I don't try to plan on getting people killed or shot or anything like that. So I wouldn't be rare. But if I was I'm not no street person to keep it real. No doubt. The whole thing. Like, you know, I hate you. You hate me. I'm supposed to hold it down for you never be seven years in all these things that you allegedly did you stole from me knocked off my baby mom you kidnapped me. And all that. And to still hold you down and take the street code to the debt. No way. Yeah. It's on amongst these. All right. So you knew who these people were before you decided to ride with them Takashi, and I don't expect to cost you to stick to the cold because he wasn't built from Nicole. And it's been real last Greek guys who have snits so why wouldn't Takashi six nine. They shouldn't have expected him to stick to that code. You know, I don't know. Because one thing I think the taken into consideration is the impact is going to have on people around him when you snitch he's sending a lot of people to prison, and what we feel to realize about those people sending the prison if they also have people too. So now, you put your whole family endanger Takashi six nine because you wanna play. And this is what happens when you play. We've been telling you some change that you would either end up here are dead. And it's a good chance. You still may end up dead. What you're doing currently right now. But obviously, it seemed like he doesn't care about his baby mamas. So the only thing it seemed like he care about his his mom's I think. And I guess he's like look as long as my mom's. Good. I don't know. He can't hide there's no witness protection. When a big six nine on your forehead. You could get that tattoo removed, by the way, he may not make it out of prison. That's the other thing is the reason that they have him away from all other inmates himself right now because they know that he'd been informing they don't like. Say if you worked with Takashi, and you knew like, he's not really the street. Do they shouldn't have included him in a lot of those activities. They should've just let him be artists because I feel like they should have known when it came down to anything. He was allegedly funding. It this is just a sad of the two-part man to ran with the blood two years two years with the blessed to ended up getting into a fight in the lobby was from cribs. And now look. You know what I'm saying? Oh, man, y'all. Like, you'll just be yourself the day blast. Good morning, sir. Now. What would you do? Good morning. The third. What would you do? Would you snitch? You'll be cool. We're doing forty seven years in prison. He's a nice niche. You grow on you on you on phone saying stuff. So you're going to go to jail. He's definitely going to do the forty seven years. Actually, forty seven years in the minimum minimum forty seven years. Life. Of course, we won't tell. What happened to the person that shot you? They got they. The real. Hills. The people down. On them. New york. Speech. Understand what you're saying. You feel me every two cents junior junior. Would you snitch? Nice base. Imagine based on raised daylight while strong. Will you snitch stages? So maybe runaway gay and everything going the wrong way. Take that fall. Junior USC for forty seven years more. Maybe life. Forty seven is the minimum, buddy. Did you say? You got in that. I am not gained gay. You didn't know that? You didn't know that fifty DJ drum. Troll to manage. I'm not mad at for NAS Mitch in. But I don't I don't believe in you. Situation. Eight hundred five eight five one zero five when we're talking Takashi if you was in his situation, would you snitch call us up now with the breakfast club. Good morning..

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"forty seven years" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"Let's make this happen. Is that like what your line of thinking was on it? No. It's like I we've been married for like six months in doing anything like this needs. Wow. Sushi like did everything I'll pay for it. Don't care. You can you do it just paid for the lawyer. I know it lasts long because we're just lazy. I don't know. I just think cares. What's going to have? Dangelo? Are we doing this? We have tried this many many times we've really have about the six nine situation. Takashi six nine a little bit. Not really give her the numbers. L P Logan as twenty two years old. He's facing a minimum of forty seven years in prison. Minimum and we've talked about six nine on this show. Three times and every time the review team cuts it cuts mostly because they say, we don't only maybe you guys work together in future. Once come on the podcast. I don't I gotta say this area sense ever. I think we're finally at a point where he's probably not going to. The nicest way, I'm that's not a joke. He won't get out of jail until he's sixty nine not how fucking weird a judge twenty to forty seven provincial. Prevents he had to love the it's like a subliminal marketing scheme from the they're probably like we're thinking about giving you one hundred twelve years, and the judge is like I would say about forty seven. I don't know. It seems like after he said he's gonna get it like the mess. So let's dial it back a little because I wanted to get this one in this time like we're not laughing at his plight. Like that who six nine play. Yes, we are. We are. But we kinda aren't let me horrible legal battle things. But listen like, I don't wanna I don't wanna end up in a situation where the people are like he had socioeconomic upbringing lent itself to murder and drug dealing lips be careful with all and saying is like at the end of day that stuff's not no matter what the excuses as not accept it, isn't it is. But when you know somebody who reaches the top of the charts. I think to me it's always been interesting when you look at somebody like that reaches the top of the charts in front of people all the time, they're getting views. They're getting all this attention fame. And like all these kids are following. And then you find out that why didn't he stop is? My only question. Mega L P racks. You had mega Falkenrath. Brought like he was he was doing it rose number. Why don't know if he did? Oh, actually, that's true. I don't think these skipped out on that on that deal with fashion note was fashion Nova or whatever that women's brand is on Instagram not fashioned over the other one..

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"forty seven years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:08 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Okay. Welcome back our final segment here with Joe McQuillan as we talk about his work. My search for Chris Joe where do people get the book, by the way? So the book is my search for Christopher on the other side, and it's on Amazon dot com. It's in paperback kindle edition, and they're working on an audible right now super that'll be great. Let's take some final calls here for you. Let's go next to berry in rock hill, South Carolina. Hey, bear welco. Hello, George, and Joe I tell you what your job was gonna say something funny about the top. But I'll I'll save it for another time. But just sorta great Paul die. George is go down in history as one of your brightest achievements. And I'm telling you Joe, I could have written your book. And I know where you're coming from voted because my dad, and I had the same connection that you have Christopher. Except he was my dance Masan, right? I've lived forty seven years without him. Live forty seven years with Joe he's with me all the way get out of jail is getting out of being to drop the drive. Get out of that car and sleep on the street you have to but don't drive that car. But anyways, thank you so much for the book. I can't wait for the audio book because I'm half blind. But anyway, thanks again, welcome. Okay. Very very kind of you. Thank you. My old man comes through with Chris occasionally with mediums, and he said don't worry show. I got the kids. How does your family feel about the Christopher issue the book and all that? Well, you know what? The I think everybody understands that there's a spiritual bent, and I think they've all been exposed to a little bit since I've been on this rodeo ride to mediums and such. So I, you know, I think there's an acceptance to what I'm doing. Yeah. My son came up to me yesterday on my birthday in just said, I want you to know. How proud I am of. Yeah. So, you know, crystal out of the air out of the room when he was here, and he still does. And I think that can be difficult sometimes, but they're all embracing us. You know, so, you know, and I've been supportive, you know, the one thing about being the youngest to ten kids some dysfunctional Irish family is you really don't care what anybody outside your family thinks anyhow, but I do care about what parents who've lost kids thing. So that's why I'm doing Lois is with us and British Columbia Canada now Lois. Go ahead, please. Hi, george. Hey. What's up? Happy happy happy you year to you. And your thank you you too. My son committed suicide research. Two years later, my other son, who's only fourteen months younger than brick. Was murdered. Oh my God. And. I'm just hoping the two of them are together. That's the always saying that keeps me together. They keeps me to becoming unglued. I'm just hoping and praying that they are together. They do my great together. Joe don't they I you know, what? And there are the I've been told that their sole families. I'm told that my family comes together for events. I'm told that my dad is with my son all the time, and my older brother Jerry's there. So I feel real confident that they probably are together over there, the son who went I wasn't gonna let you other son. You know stumble over without him greeting him. And I think you know, when people tell me they haven't had a connection with somebody. I should just try a little harder, you know, work at it. Open your mind try to find a way to connect. And I think your boys probably wanna talk to you. So give it your best shot, and my heart goes out to you. It truly does like you, Lois hope everything. Works out the next up. We go to Chuck in Buffalo, New York. Chuck at your turn. Go ahead. Chuck. Hey, guys doing have. Did you sound from buffalo? Chuck. Yeah. That's why I was that's what you started Mike piqued my interest. When I heard from buffalo. My son Jacob passed away in a car accident last January twelfth right by right by where the bills play. So. I grew up in Hamburg. Oh, yeah. I live in derby. But I put buffalo. Oh, yeah. Against dated a girl from derby. And and. Zoellner for from derby. So yeah, I I went to Saint Francis. Okay. Yeah. I went to lake shore. Yeah. My brother Paul went to frontier. So it's a small world. My I went I went to a medium. And there are so many things that she told me that she should never have known, right? 'cause we work together. He we didn't garner. This kid started college yet. And we work together and he woke up he ought to right away. And he was leaving. I was making her sandwiches for for launch. And I'm like a racer there. And he's a guy whatever dead and then. Yeah, we're driving there right by the college there. Yeah. And I see his car all crumpled up in the middle of road. Oh, man turnaround, and the cops were they're just they just gotten out of the car, and they're like are you a witness and no, I'm dead. Yeah. Sorry. You know, you're you're sending to make it. There's like so many things that you say resonate like like the things people say and then going to the cemetery like the whole like moving him. Yeah. I said the same thing as if somebody's moving 'cause I'm I'm going to be next door neighbor. Somebody's moving his right from buffalo shoved out. Yeah. It's it's funny. You know?.

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"forty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"forty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Our final segment here with Joe McQuillan as we talk about his work. My search for Krista bridge, Joe where do people get the book, by the way? So the book is my search for Christopher on the other side, and it's on Amazon dot com. It's in paperback kindle edition, and they're working on an audible right now. Super that'll be great. Let's take some final calls here for you. Let's go next to berry in rock hill, South Carolina. Hey, bear welco. Hello, George, and Joe, I tell you what George I was gonna say something funny about disease at-at. I'll I'll save it. Another time. A great all to diet, George is gonna go down in history as one of your greatest achievement. And I'm telling you Joe, I could have written your book, and I know where you're coming from voting because my dad, and I had the same connection. You have Christopher except. He was my dad's Masan, right? I've lived forty seven years without him. Live forty seven years with him. Joe? With me all the way, if get married jail is getting out of being to drop the drive. He's. Get out of that car and sleep on the street you have to but don't drive that car. But anyways, thank you so much for the book. I can't wait for the audio book because I'm half blind. But anyway, thanks again, you welcome. Okay. Very very kind of you. Thank you file man comes through with Chris occasionally with mediums, and he said don't worry show. I got the kid. How does your family feel about the Christopher issue the book and all that? Well, you know what? I.

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