35 Burst results for "Forty Years Ago"
Average long-term US mortgage rates edge up to 5.3%
"Mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rates rates rates rates edged edged edged edged up up up up again again again again this this this this week week week week as as as as the the the the fed fed fed fed works works works works on on on on dampening dampening dampening dampening inflation inflation inflation inflation getting getting getting getting a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year home home home home loan loan loan loan is is is is becoming becoming becoming becoming more more more more expensive expensive expensive expensive mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage buyer buyer buyer buyer Freddie Freddie Freddie Freddie Mac Mac Mac Mac reports reports reports reports that that that that the the the the average average average average thirty thirty thirty thirty year year year year mortgage mortgage mortgage mortgage rate rate rate rate rose rose rose rose to to to to five five five five point point point point three three three three percent percent percent percent this this this this week week week week that's that's that's that's up up up up slightly slightly slightly slightly from from from from a a a a week week week week ago ago ago ago and and and and the the the the highest highest highest highest rate rate rate rate since since since since two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand nine nine nine nine this this this this time time time time last last last last year year year year the the the the average average average average is is is is only only only only two two two two point point point point nine nine nine nine four four four four percent percent percent percent fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen year year year year fixed fixed fixed fixed rate rate rate rate mortgages mortgages mortgages mortgages popular popular popular popular with with with with owners owners owners owners or or or or refinancing refinancing refinancing refinancing get get get get down down down down to to to to four four four four point point point point four four four four eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve raised raised raised raised its its its its benchmark benchmark benchmark benchmark interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate last last last last week week week week by by by by half half half half a a a a percentage percentage percentage percentage and and and and has has has has signaled signaled signaled signaled more more more more rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes are are are are likely likely likely likely as as as as it it it it works works works works to to to to reverse reverse reverse reverse the the the the highest highest highest highest inflation inflation inflation inflation in in in in forty forty forty forty years years years years I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king
Less immigrant labor in US contributing to prices hikes
"Less less less less immigrant immigrant immigrant immigrant labor labor labor labor in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. is is is is contributing contributing contributing contributing to to to to price price price price hikes hikes hikes hikes across across across across the the the the board board board board first first first first immigration immigration immigration immigration tapered tapered tapered tapered off off off off during during during during the the the the trump trump trump trump administration administration administration administration then then then then ground ground ground ground to to to to a a a a near near near near complete complete complete complete halt halt halt halt at at at at the the the the height height height height of of of of coded coded coded coded by by by by some some some some estimates estimates estimates estimates the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. now now now now has has has has two two two two million million million million fewer fewer fewer fewer immigrants immigrants immigrants immigrants than than than than it it it it would would would would have have have have if if if if the the the the pace pace pace pace had had had had stayed stayed stayed stayed the the the the same same same same that that that that helped helped helped helped lead lead lead lead to to to to a a a a desperate desperate desperate desperate scramble scramble scramble scramble in in in in Texas Texas Texas Texas my my my my cals cals cals cals farm farm farm farm has has has has replaced replaced replaced replaced acres acres acres acres of of of of greens greens greens greens with with with with crops crops crops crops that that that that can can can can be be be be harvested harvested harvested harvested by by by by machines machines machines machines while while while while increasing increasing increasing increasing pay pay pay pay for for for for his his his his workers workers workers workers almost almost almost almost all all all all immigrants immigrants immigrants immigrants out out out out floors floors floors floors had had had had to to to to hike hike hike hike the the the the price price price price of of of of a a a a brisket brisket brisket brisket plate plate plate plate at at at at his his his his restaurant restaurant restaurant restaurant with with with with the the the the meat meat meat meat packing packing packing packing plants plants plants plants in in in in ability ability ability ability to to to to fully fully fully fully staffed staffed staffed staffed production production production production lines lines lines lines labor labor labor labor issues issues issues issues are are are are among among among among several several several several contributors contributors contributors contributors to to to to the the the the US's US's US's US's highest highest highest highest inflation inflation inflation inflation in in in in forty forty forty forty years years years years I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
Fed to fight inflation with fastest rate hikes in decades
"The the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to raise raise raise raise interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates today today today today in in in in a a a a bid bid bid bid to to to to fight fight fight fight inflation inflation inflation inflation with with with with inflation inflation inflation inflation surging surging surging surging to to to to a a a a forty forty forty forty year year year year high high high high the the the the fed fed fed fed is is is is under under under under pressure pressure pressure pressure to to to to act act act act aggressively aggressively aggressively aggressively to to to to slow slow slow slow spending spending spending spending and and and and curb curb curb curb the the the the price price price price spikes spikes spikes spikes pressuring pressuring pressuring pressuring households households households households and and and and companies companies companies companies economists economists economists economists agree agree agree agree after after after after today's today's today's today's meeting meeting meeting meeting the the the the federal federal federal federal almost almost almost almost certainly certainly certainly certainly announced announced announced announced it's it's it's it's raising raising raising raising its its its its benchmark benchmark benchmark benchmark short short short short term term term term interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate by by by by a a a a half half half half percentage percentage percentage percentage point point point point the the the the sharpest sharpest sharpest sharpest rate rate rate rate hike hike hike hike since since since since two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand and and and and then then then then another another another another half half half half point point point point rate rate rate rate hike hike hike hike at at at at its its its its next next next next meeting meeting meeting meeting in in in in June June June June and and and and possibly possibly possibly possibly up up up up to to to to July July July July one one one one economists economists economists economists were were were were C. C. C. C. still still still still further further further further rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes in in in in the the the the months months months months to to to to follow follow follow follow I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
Powell reinforces expectations of sharp rate hike next month
"The the the the chair chair chair chair of of of of the the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve is is is is signaling signaling signaling signaling sharp sharp sharp sharp interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes are are are are likely likely likely likely in in in in the the the the coming coming coming coming months months months months I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the story story story story in in in in an an an an IMF IMF IMF IMF World World World World Bank Bank Bank Bank panel panel panel panel discussion discussion discussion discussion fed fed fed fed chair chair chair chair Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell said said said said taming taming taming taming inflation inflation inflation inflation is is is is essential essential essential essential economists economists economists economists don't don't don't don't work work work work without without without without price price price price stability stability stability stability we we we we need need need need that that that that to to to to have have have have a a a a strong strong strong strong labor labor labor labor market market market market for for for for an an an an extended extended extended extended period period period period of of of of time time time time we we we we need need need need for for for for financial financial financial financial stability stability stability stability so so so so we we we we must must must must do do do do that that that that I'll I'll I'll I'll noted noted noted noted the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's last last last last cycle cycle cycle cycle of of of of interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes from from from from two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand forty forty forty forty two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand six six six six we're we're we're we're quarter quarter quarter quarter point point point point increases increases increases increases inflation inflation inflation inflation was was was was a a a a little little little little over over over over three three three three percent percent percent percent is is is is inflation inflation inflation inflation is is is is much much much much higher higher higher higher now now now now and and and and our our our our policy policy policy policy rate rate rate rate is is is is is is is is still still still still more more more more accommodative accommodative accommodative accommodative that that that that was was was was that that that that and and and and with with with with inflation inflation inflation inflation at at at at its its its its highest highest highest highest in in in in more more more more than than than than forty forty forty forty years years years years it it it it is is is is appropriate appropriate appropriate appropriate in in in in my my my my view view view view of of of of to to to to be be be be moving moving moving moving a a a a little little little little more more more more quickly quickly quickly quickly and and and and I I I I I I I I also also also also I I I I also also also also think think think think there's there's there's there's something something something something in in in in the the the the idea idea idea idea of of of of front front front front end end end end loading loading loading loading whatever whatever whatever whatever accommodation accommodation accommodation accommodation one one one one thinks thinks thinks thinks is is is is appropriate appropriate appropriate appropriate the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's next next next next policy policy policy policy meeting meeting meeting meeting comes comes comes comes in in in in early early early early may may may may analysts analysts analysts analysts are are are are expecting expecting expecting expecting a a a a half half half half point point point point increase increase increase increase in in in in the the the the federal federal federal federal funds funds funds funds rate rate rate rate Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington
US inflation jumped 8.5% in past year, highest since 1981
"Inflation inflation inflation inflation keeps keeps keeps keeps soaring soaring soaring soaring now now now now at at at at its its its its fastest fastest fastest fastest pace pace pace pace in in in in more more more more than than than than forty forty forty forty years years years years the the the the labor labor labor labor department department department department says says says says its its its its consumer consumer consumer consumer price price price price index index index index jumped jumped jumped jumped eight eight eight eight and and and and a a a a half half half half percent percent percent percent last last last last month month month month from from from from a a a a year year year year earlier earlier earlier earlier the the the the biggest biggest biggest biggest year year year year over over over over year year year year increase increase increase increase since since since since late late late late nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen eighty eighty eighty eighty one one one one inflation inflation inflation inflation from from from from February February February February to to to to March March March March was was was was up up up up one one one one point point point point two two two two percent percent percent percent compared compared compared compared to to to to zero zero zero zero point point point point eight eight eight eight percent percent percent percent from from from from January January January January to to to to February February February February the the the the report report report report is is is is the the the the first first first first to to to to capture capture capture capture the the the the full full full full gas gas gas gas price price price price surge surge surge surge following following following following Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine invasion invasion invasion invasion that's that's that's that's led led led led to to to to higher higher higher higher transportation transportation transportation transportation costs costs costs costs for for for for goods goods goods goods which which which which in in in in turn turn turn turn are are are are now now now now more more more more expensive expensive expensive expensive for for for for consumers consumers consumers consumers though though though though inflation inflation inflation inflation had had had had already already already already hit hit hit hit its its its its highest highest highest highest level level level level in in in in four four four four decades decades decades decades before before before before the the the the war war war war everything everything everything everything from from from from food food food food to to to to gas gas gas gas to to to to housing housing housing housing costs costs costs costs more more more more wiping wiping wiping wiping out out out out pay pay pay pay raises raises raises raises many many many many people people people people have have have have received received received received Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani Washington Washington Washington Washington
US: Man impersonated agent, claimed ties to Pakistani intel
"Federal federal federal federal prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors say say say say one one one one of of of of the the the the two two two two men men men men accused accused accused accused of of of of pretending pretending pretending pretending to to to to be be be be federal federal federal federal agents agents agents agents in in in in Washington Washington Washington Washington DC DC DC DC has has has has claimed claimed claimed claimed to to to to have have have have ties ties ties ties to to to to the the the the Pakistani Pakistani Pakistani Pakistani government government government government the the the the two two two two men men men men were were were were arrested arrested arrested arrested this this this this week week week week accused accused accused accused of of of of impersonating impersonating impersonating impersonating homeland homeland homeland homeland security security security security agents agents agents agents and and and and offering offering offering offering gifts gifts gifts gifts to to to to some some some some secret secret secret secret service service service service agents agents agents agents including including including including one one one one assigned assigned assigned assigned to to to to First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden security security security security detail detail detail detail prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors prosecutors say say say say hater hater hater hater a a a a lead lead lead lead told told told told witnesses witnesses witnesses witnesses he he he he was was was was affiliated affiliated affiliated affiliated with with with with the the the the inter inter inter inter services services services services intelligence intelligence intelligence intelligence agency agency agency agency in in in in Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan Pakistan and and and and that that that that he he he he had had had had multiple multiple multiple multiple visas visas visas visas from from from from there there there there and and and and a a a a run run run run the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. is is is is still still still still trying trying trying trying to to to to verify verify verify verify or or or or refute refute refute refute those those those those claims claims claims claims a a a a lead lead lead lead did did did did travel travel travel travel repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly repeatedly to to to to the the the the Middle Middle Middle Middle East East East East the the the the thirty thirty thirty thirty five five five five year year year year old old old old a a a a lead lead lead lead and and and and forty forty forty forty year year year year old old old old Arian Arian Arian Arian Tom Tom Tom Tom hers hers hers hers ida ida ida ida had had had had surveillance surveillance surveillance surveillance equipment equipment equipment equipment body body body body armor armor armor armor zip zip zip zip ties ties ties ties and and and and police police police police training training training training manuals manuals manuals manuals stashed stashed stashed stashed in in in in a a a a luxury luxury luxury luxury apartment apartment apartment apartment building building building building that that that that houses houses houses houses law law law law enforcement enforcement enforcement enforcement officers officers officers officers defense defense defense defense officials officials officials officials and and and and congressional congressional congressional congressional staffers staffers staffers staffers I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
US added 431,000 jobs in March in sign of economic health
"The the jobs jobs market market continues continues its its winning winning streak streak for for eleven eleven straight straight months months American American employers employers added added more more than than four four hundred hundred thousand thousand jobs jobs this this time time four four hundred hundred thirty thirty one one thousand thousand in in March March the the unemployment unemployment rate rate is is now now the the lowest lowest since since the the virus virus pandemic pandemic began began at at three three point point six six percent percent the the numbers numbers show show an an economy economy staying staying resilient resilient amid amid the the pandemic pandemic forty forty year year high high inflation inflation and and now now war war in in Europe Europe job job openings openings around around a a near near record record levels levels and and jobless jobless benefit benefit claims claims last last week week at at the the lowest lowest level level in in fifty fifty three three years years Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington
A key inflation gauge sets 40-year high as gas and food soar
"A a key key gauge gauge on on inflation inflation is is hit hit a a forty forty year year high high with with prices prices on on food food and and gas gas still still soaring soaring the the commerce commerce department's department's reporting reporting the the personal personal consumption consumption expenditures expenditures price price index index has has jumped jumped six six point point four four percent percent in in February February compared compared to to a a year year ago ago the the largest largest spike spike in in four four decades decades strong strong consumer consumer demand demand and and shortages shortages of of many many goods goods helped helped drive drive the the increase increase intensified intensified by by Russia's Russia's invasion invasion of of Ukraine Ukraine which which has has disrupted disrupted global global oil oil markets markets and and xcelerated xcelerated prices prices for for wheat wheat nickel nickel and and other other key key commodities commodities excluding excluding volatile volatile prices prices for for food food and and energy energy the the core core inflation inflation number number increased increased five five point point four four percent percent in in February February compared compared to to the the previous previous year year some some economists economists are are now now predicting predicting the the federal federal reserve reserve could could raise raise its its key key lending lending rate rate by by an an aggressive aggressive half half point point in in both both may may and and June June hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
House passes bill banning race-based hair discrimination
"The house passes a bill to prohibit discrimination based on hair the house voted to thirty five to one eighty nine to prohibit discrimination on the basis of hair texture and hairstyles like here that's tightly coiled curled warning corn rows twist braids or afros the bill now goes to the Senate where its fate is uncertain president Biden has already said that he would sign the bill Ohio congressman Jim Jordan during floor debate was surprised this bill was a priority bills not about increasing domestic production of energy so we don't have five dollar gas the bill is not about dealing with the inflation problem the forty year high inflation problem that this country faces other Republicans who voted against the measure said protections against discrimination already exist in several federal laws I'm
MoneyWatch: Consumer prices surge 7.9% over the past year as inflation hits 40-year high
"Consumer inflation has reached a forty year high it jumped seven point nine percent over the past year the sharpest spike since nineteen eighty two the labor department report covers the twelve months ending in February so it does not include the recent oil and gas price hikes following Russia's Ukraine invasion since then average gas prices are up about sixty two cents a gallon before then a combination of high consumer spending pay raises and supply shortages had already sent prices soaring for everything from food to housing and made inflation the top political threat to both president Biden and congressional Democrats before the mid term elections the federal reserve is set to raise interest rates starting next week in a bid to stem the search Sager
U.S. wins gold in first mixed snowboardcross
"The United States strikes gold in the first ever mixed team snowboardcross finals forty year old Nick Baumgardner of iron river Michigan earned his first career medal in his fourth trip to the Olympics thirty six year old Lindsey Jacobellis picked up her second gold medal at the Beijing games and her third career podium in five separate Olympic journeys her first was a silver metal all the way back at the two thousand six Torino games men's hockey preliminary round action the United States doubles up Canada forty two to improve to to win now team USA conclude group play with Germany on Sunday I'm Danny cap
Biden puts focus on drug prices in fight against inflation
"With inflation at a forty year high president Biden maintains his administration's policies would make life more affordable for families I'm Ben Thomas with the latest inflation is up president Biden in Culpeper Virginia discussing his proposal for limiting the cost of prescription drugs if we're able to do the things I'm talking about here it'll bring down the cost for average families but on the Senate floor Republican leader Mitch McConnell noted that consumer prices have jumped seven point five percent over a year ago and blamed the president and Democrats if you haven't personally gotten a pay raise of eight percent or more in the last year then Democrats policies have given you a pay cut Biden is pledging to work like the devil to bring down gasoline prices as well as the cost of prescription drugs which he says affects everyone this is what your insurance companies pay every all you have insurance you're paying a heck of a lot more even if you're not using the drugs I'm Ben Thomas
January consumer inflation expected to rise by 7.2%, the highest since 1982
"Ocana miss think that inflation in the U. S. may have risen again last month to a forty year high American consumers are still spending but supply chains are still snarled and they've combined to sharply raise prices in almost every category analysts are forecasting today's labor department report will show consumer prices spiked about seven point one percent over December's numbers the largest increase since the eighties the factset forecast also predicts the year over year comparison we'll be up seven point three percent reports are indicating consumer inflation may be decreasing and reports show that the end of the government stimulus checks and other pandemic relief measures has not slowed down shopping by American consumers I'm
Deadly Colorado blaze renews focus on underground coal fires
"Investigators investigators investigators investigators trying trying trying trying to to to to determine determine determine determine the the the the cause cause cause cause of of of of last last last last month's month's month's month's devastating devastating devastating devastating wildfires wildfires wildfires wildfires in in in in Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado are are are are looking looking looking looking at at at at a a a a possible possible possible possible link link link link to to to to underground underground underground underground coal coal coal coal fires fires fires fires hi hi hi hi Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with details details details details a a a a fire fire fire fire raging raging raging raging in in in in an an an an underground underground underground underground Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado coal coal coal coal field field field field in in in in eighteen eighteen eighteen eighteen eighty eighty eighty eighty three three three three cents cents cents cents so so so so much much much much smoke smoke smoke smoke pouring pouring pouring pouring from from from from cracks cracks cracks cracks in in in in the the the the ground ground ground ground that that that that the the the the scene scene scene scene was was was was likened likened likened likened to to to to burning burning burning burning volcanoes volcanoes volcanoes volcanoes the the the the state's state's state's state's first first first first mining mining mining mining inspector inspector inspector inspector dean dean dean dean the the the the blaze blaze blaze blaze impossible impossible impossible impossible to to to to extinguish extinguish extinguish extinguish nearly nearly nearly nearly one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred and and and and forty forty forty forty years years years years later later later later to to to to fire fire fire fire still still still still smolder smolder smolder smolder in in in in that that that that now now now now abandoned abandoned abandoned abandoned coal coal coal coal field field field field near near near near boulder boulder boulder boulder the the the the same same same same area area area area where where where where the the the the December December December December wildfire wildfire wildfire wildfire destroyed destroyed destroyed destroyed more more more more than than than than one one one one thousand thousand thousand thousand homes homes homes homes and and and and buildings buildings buildings buildings and and and and killed killed killed killed at at at at least least least least one one one one person person person person U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. officials officials officials officials attracting attracting attracting attracting more more more more than than than than two two two two hundred hundred hundred hundred such such such such mine mine mine mine fires fires fires fires in in in in more more more more than than than than a a a a dozen dozen dozen dozen states states states states but but but but boulder boulder boulder boulder county county county county officials officials officials officials say say say say abandoned abandoned abandoned abandoned coal coal coal coal mines mines mines mines are are are are just just just just one one one one of of of of several several several several possible possible possible possible causes causes causes causes which which which which also also also also include include include include power power power power lines lines lines lines in in in in human human human human activity activity activity activity I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
Fed plans to raise rates as soon as March to cool inflation
"The the the the federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve is is is is expected expected expected expected to to to to lift lift lift lift its its its its benchmark benchmark benchmark benchmark short short short short term term term term rate rate rate rate from from from from zero zero zero zero as as as as soon soon soon soon as as as as March March March March it's it's it's it's a a a a way way way way of of of of cooling cooling cooling cooling inflation inflation inflation inflation fed fed fed fed chairman chairman chairman chairman Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell says says says says it it it it will will will will soon soon soon soon be be be be time time time time to to to to raise raise raise raise interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates to to to to reverse reverse reverse reverse policies policies policies policies that that that that have have have have fueled fueled fueled fueled hiring hiring hiring hiring and and and and growth growth growth growth but but but but also also also also high high high high inflation inflation inflation inflation the the the the economy economy economy economy no no no no longer longer longer longer needs needs needs needs sustained sustained sustained sustained high high high high levels levels levels levels of of of of monetary monetary monetary monetary policy policy policy policy support support support support that that that is is is why why why we we we are are are phasing phasing phasing out out out our our our asset asset asset purchases purchases purchases in in in wag wag wag we we we expected expected expected will will will soon soon soon be be be appropriate appropriate appropriate to to to raise raise raise the the the target target target range range range for for for the the the federal federal federal funds funds funds rate rate rate the the the rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes will will will make make make it it it more more more expensive expensive expensive to to to borrow borrow borrow for for for a a a home home home car car car or or or business business business Powell Powell Powell says says says the the the central central central bank bank bank can can can manage manage manage the the the process process process in in in a a a way way way that that that prolongs prolongs prolongs economic economic economic growth growth growth and and and keeps keeps keeps unemployment unemployment unemployment low low low inflation inflation inflation is is is at at at a a a forty forty forty year year year high high high and and and is is is eating eating eating into into into Americans Americans Americans wage wage wage gains gains gains and and and household household household budgets budgets budgets my my my camp camp camp in in in Washington Washington Washington
To highlight economic growth, Biden goes shopping for gifts
"Hi hi hi hi Mike Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi Rossi a a a a reporting reporting reporting reporting after after after after going going going going shopping shopping shopping shopping Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden meets meets meets meets with with with with CEOs CEOs CEOs CEOs today today today today with with with inflation inflation inflation at at at a a a near near near forty forty forty year year year high high high and and and the the the stock stock stock market market market slipping slipping slipping president president president Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden meets meets meets with with with some some some of of of the the the nation's nation's nation's top top top CEOs CEOs CEOs today today today to to to pitch pitch pitch the the the benefits benefits benefits of of of his his his economic economic economic agenda agenda agenda that that that stalled stalled stalled in in in the the the Senate Senate Senate among among among those those those meeting meeting meeting with with with the the the president president president will will will be be be the the the heads heads heads of of of General General General Motors Motors Motors Ford Ford Ford Microsoft Microsoft Microsoft sales sales sales force force force and and and at at at sea sea sea yesterday yesterday yesterday Biden Biden Biden visited visited visited the the the gift gift gift shop shop shop and and and ice ice ice cream cream cream store store store to to to Capitol Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Hill neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood the the the price price price the the the food food food too too too the the the president president president said said said last last last week week week he he he will will will be be be getting getting getting out out out more more more and and and meeting meeting meeting with with with everyday everyday everyday Americans Americans Americans the the the president president president plans plans plans to to to visit visit visit Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh on on on Friday Friday Friday Mike Mike Mike Rossi Rossi Rossi out out out Washington Washington Washington
The heat stays on: Earth hits 6th warmest year on record
"Two two U. U. S. S. science science agencies agencies say say twenty twenty twenty twenty one one was was the the sixth sixth hottest hottest year year on on record record globally globally and and it's it's part part of of a a long long term term warming warming trend trend I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with a a look look at at that that report report data data from from NASA NASA and and the the national national oceanic oceanic and and atmospheric atmospheric administration administration sure sure the the last last eight eight years years have have been been the the eight eight hottest hottest on on record record stating stating to to the the late late eighteen eighteen hundreds hundreds and and people people are are feeling feeling it it see see how how father father of of Berkeley Berkeley earth earth twenty twenty five five countries countries had had twenty twenty twenty twenty one one is is the the warmest warmest year year on on record record for for that that country country those those countries countries are are home home to to one one point point eight eight billion billion people people in in global global temperatures temperatures are are now now nearly nearly two two degrees degrees warmer warmer than than one one hundred hundred and and forty forty years years ago ago NASA NASA climate climate scientist scientist Gavin Gavin Schmidt Schmidt the the long long term term trend trend is is very very very very clear clear and and it's it's because because of of us us and and it's it's not not going going to to go go away away until until we we stop stop are are increasing increasing the the amount amount of of carbon carbon dioxide dioxide yeah yeah I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
US inflation soared 7% in past year, the most since 1982
"Consumer consumer prices prices soared soared last last month month they they were were up up seven seven percent percent from from a a year year before before the the highest highest inflation inflation rate rate in in forty forty years years a a big big part part is is a a pandemic pandemic Trippin Trippin mismatch mismatch between between supply supply and and demand demand Americans Americans have have ramped ramped up up spending spending on on vehicles vehicles appliances appliances and and other other things things which which has has clogged clogged the the supply supply chain chain already already seeing seeing some some parts parts shortages shortages price price hikes hikes are are essentially essentially wiping wiping out out recent recent wage wage gains gains and and are are increasingly increasingly becoming becoming the the chief chief economic economic concern concern of of many many Americans Americans the the fed fed says says it it misjudged misjudged how how long long the the supply supply bottlenecks bottlenecks with with last last and and will will speed speed the the interest interest rate rate hikes hikes if if needed needed to to curb curb inflation inflation Sager Sager made made Donnie Donnie Washington Washington
"forty years ago" Discussed on KOMO
"Of you got in the conversation of another time where it seemed to a lot of our state was suddenly shut down because you can get anywhere due to the factors too much cash out in the front yard from central and eastern Washington Monday is may eighteenth forty years ago may eighteenth nineteen eighty came that major eruption of mount St Helens pretty much the whole thirteen hundred feet top of the mountain blue well the explosion equivalent to five hundred atomic bombs they could hear the explosion in parts of eastern Washington also in Spokane we lost fifty seven lives that day including one great character of that many of us just adored and hearing his story that was Harry Truman who was the proprietor of the spirit lake lodge there at spirit lake many are wondering well let's go to the mountain have a look here today I'll just let you know if you're watching the state department of transportation still announcing that state route five all four that is the spirit lake memorial highway to get you into the volcano memorial area remains closed this has to do with the covert nineteen pandemic sold no access that includes the Johnston ridge observatory which is probably the closest you can get to mount St Helens these days that observatory named after David Johnston who was just north of the mountain forty years ago he of course shouting out the words over the radio Vancouver Vancouver this is it also the visitors center remains close now we are seeing there are some items online if you want to go to the website amounts St Helens and share stories with the family forty years ago this weekend was a Sunday morning actually to time for another collector art Sanders if you're still looking for cloth face masks king county eagle consumer Tom Watson has green and local tips on where to get your mask on it's a new book applause face covering whenever you're going to be within six feet.
"forty years ago" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"With George forty years ago this week the great Bob Seger unleashed this great title tune an album against the wind that classic still sounds really great I mentioned at the top of the program the George nori would be taking his live stage show out on the road again this year he's got some dates coming up that we're gonna share with you tonight you can also find this information on the coast website up one of them coming up in Houston Texas good times in Texas are calling it Saturday June thirteenth twenty twenty it's at the hobby center for performing arts in Houston and among the guests with Georgia author and madam of the Texas macabre to each nighter conjure Dr mama star major ed dames remote viewer got a live band there's audience participation a meet and greet after the show I've been to these things are a lot of fun so if you want some information we've got the links and where you can find out and buy tickets tickets are on sale already so we'll check that out we're talking with Kim Russo the happy medium and coming up in this segment we're getting into some of the celebrity encounter cases that she's assisted with an investigative Gina Gershon for example Vanessa Williams out one of my favorite so she did Meat Loaf the great meatloaf the hunting of meatloaf as well as Wayne Newton from here in Las Vegas Vince Neil I Joanna Cassidy and my wife Morgan Fairchild that's a joke we'll be right back with more right after this on coast to coast AM there's a new cable news channel everyone is talking about its newsmax and Sean Spicer former White House press secretary is starting a new show on newsmax see Sean Spicer's new shows starting next week with people like Alan Dershowitz Michelle Malkin Mike Huckabee in Greg Kelly by newsmax on direct TV channel three.
"forty years ago" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Stay in this state you always use lawyer arguing to the judge that she has been unfairly painted as a monster twenty two year old Alexander or Tula died when he jumped from the top of the renaissance parking garage in Roxbury in may right before he was scheduled to graduate from Boston College in young you goes on trial this fall well it seems that every Major League Baseball player is speaking out against the Houston Astros and their sign stealing controversy now big papi calling out former Astros pitcher and whistle blower Mike fires I I I matter this guy the picture that came out talking about unlimited why all up to you make your money after you get your ring you said to talk about what you talk about them this season when he was going on well I think what what you didn't say I don't want to be no problem so you look like a snitch or tease not the only former red Sox player to share his feelings on this matter last month Pedro Martinez called fires a bad team mate as well meantime the ripples from this historic scandal are being felt among all levels of baseball even little leaguers no Houston Astros player was suspended in the sign stealing scandal but a little league director in northwest Pennsylvania is suspending use of the nickname bobber Tony is recommending that no teams in the twenty three leagues he oversees use the name Astros this season attorneys as part of their little league pledges I will play fair and strive to win yes that is organization shouldn't be idolizing teams quote that have decided not to play by the rules the Orange County register reported last week that too little league in southern California also banned the Astros team name but Myshkin CBS news and forty years ago this weekend now my goals with the iconic play by play call of the miraculous win by the team USA hockey over at the heavily favored Russian team.
"forty years ago" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Was fun forty years ago the help that's hard goes to bed at six PM well George Clooney is such a role like old roller coaster Ryan he's I think he's more exciting than George that now Elton John is Elton John he wouldn't even let you touch his sunglasses Britney I let you assume that Elton John's is going to open his closet yes and he's going to share everything yeah you yes and then you don't even have to give it back you can you can just borrow it indefinitely I don't need to borrow it I just need like a music montage for like twenty minutes tops and like us like throwing the outfit around in the bow as being like I remember what you'd think that Elton John still doing crocodile rock if Elton John tried to do the straddling of the piano like in the video for I'm still standing he would just keel over his pants would rip hard I'm actually surprised you guys picked George Clooney but he doesn't do the high part two year anymore he he when he gets to the yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah you give that to somebody else in the band well or he throws it out to the audience of he can't hit that note yeah these guys yeah yeah yeah I mean Ringo Starr when I saw him with his all Starr band he had another drummer on stage because other to drum anymore you can just keep it to four beat and then he went took a nap halfway through the show any came back all the time a drummer like I don't know no I don't know who it was I was like okay this guy's legitimate drummer Ringo obviously trust them in anyway goes and takes a nap when everybody else in the all star band does their thing with the guy from toto do thing Todd Rundgren and his moose knuckle he had a whole like that you resign time every time Holly talks to me about Todd Rundgren has to bring up the most not you can't not you can't not acted her if you're just joining us we were talking about the Royals but now Julia style we've gone on the town yeah we've totally typical Lorian Julia can like I said Donnie we're keeping the structure of the Lorian Julie show while they're away I'm just saying I wasn't expecting full Todd Rundgren moose knuckle when I saw him in regards all star band it is affected your life stretch pants own I mean do it okay what I can't count what has been seen cannot be hi in a mall be there north American bodies in Elton be the continental galvanizing share she's right if I had image and you know if I and these ideas of that I was gonna share a bunch of his clothes I was wrong and as soon as you said it out of her mouth I thought to myself I picked the wrong best friend no I should've picked Clooney doesn't care about stuff you probably give me is sunglasses all day Donnie and I will share BFF custody of George Clooney with you Britney thank your interest John does not seem like a giving guy so you're right I don't think they can share well here's another guy who apparently wants to be prince here is BFF for that would be bought Jon Bon Jovi because over on the Sussex role Instagram account prince Harry shared a taxi conversation that he had with Jon Bon Jovi this is All teasing an event that's going to be happening in London that's benefiting the Invictus games foundation so they're having a little Shindig over at Abbey Road in London uhhuh on February twenty eighth and apparently Jon Bon Jovi has a produced a little ditty hello a song for the for the Invictus games yes okay yes looks good yeah it's it's super cheesy news well the all of it yeah I mean just just all of it no I'm set like the Instagram in that yes they're just goofing off well that's interesting because what that says is that prince Harry definitely going to be in the UK to wrap up his senior royal duties a he's going to be making an appearance also with the royal family in early March now I did read some hot Goss little hot gospel blind item gossip over from our favorite blind item website crazy days and nights dot net look out for Megan quite possibly not participating in any of these royal duties in March so maybe put a little over under.
"forty years ago" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty years ago today five fifty four the Subaru retailers are doing with all wheel drive traffic all the trees got some trouble spots that we might we certainly do a new issue on route one and overhead one is the Manfredi insurance copter typically most of our issues are on the northbound side everyone of the afternoon but we've got ourselves a southbound crashes down here the works on a cover street Chelsea the right lane is taking her things are back it up you want to keep that in mind if you're headed for the Tobin bridge it looks pretty good not bad goodbye Reid sixty revere which is usual trouble spot and is still doing pretty well at two sagas as well rested after that offer insurance copter not too bad there and to the upper end of one twenty eight north it's crawling past winter street in Waltham and it more delays through three eight up to ninety three from there just slow up in a weak field route three north is locked up route sixty two will pass Concord road ninety three north running about twenty five minutes Boston up into Woburn delays on the mass pike westbound from that Allston Brighton stretch out in Newton corner he's bouncing up one twenty eight to Newton corners well then the expressway south crawling out of the tunnel down to South Bay more brake lights come on down past the gas tank and it finally granted after the Braintree split at one twenty eight south inching along route one of nine in Dedham down on to ninety three into Braintree my king would WBZ's traffic on the three is the Toyota Prius with electric all wheel drive brings us the four day accu weather forecast here's Brian also I will be brisket a bit colder than recent nights under a partly cloudy sky low twenty nine sunshine a few clouds for tomorrow with a high of forty one.
"forty years ago" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"A beach side estates on an island Martha's vineyard which you know I guess ten eleven years from now will be flooded could you still get a thirty a thirty year note in Miami to buy stuff on the waterfront and for that matter you know there's there's Al Gore now I'm living in my palatial mansion in Malibu overlooking the soon to be stone cold Pacific Ocean alas more people buy carbon credits from the company that I own ever since tipper left me AHS been carbon neutral because she took all the a few believe sometimes a little retro groove just for like Cheryl votes are counted but I believe that Greta Foon Berg ills of profits I mean it's just it's it's insane it is a cult you know I'm wondering how many of these people would be willing to you know when when Sean talks about don't drink the Kool aid that means something I wonder how many of these people would be willing to drink the Kool aid with Jim Jones back in a guy and a you know almost almost forty years ago it's crazy stuff you all it's crazy stuff use the noggin the good lord gave you think these things through mark Levin show continues doc Washburn filling in more talk about the biggest hoaxes they try to put overall wonderful being here for the great ladies and gentlemen I want to ask you a question did you know withdrawing your cash from the bank can be very risky that's right I said it let me educate you about this banks are now required to spy on us for the government and the report any behavior they think is suspicious man oh man I was shocked as I read the secret war on cash from Swiss America this new war against.
"forty years ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Forty years ago or could just make it stop working all together the fix is a time consuming back up and restoration process that requires a separate computer any cane KFI news and whatever that crash on those six oh five in Santa Fe springs that's on the southbound side at telegraph we have an overturned car taking away the three right lanes that's a tough tribe from Washington also threw down the another overturned car six of five northbound side out Florence that would take away the right lane and the offramp is shut down traffic's the low from Firestone in Burbank colds are up on the northbound side of the five between western and Burbank Boulevard that still left lanes are closed until tomorrow morning K. up by this guy helps gets there faster actionable Kircher there's a color we can hide your forecast next motors eastern got another group you get industry leading expressed buying options now as to make your payment lock them in from home and pick up the same day you could also be confident in the eastern one price promise they continually compare pricing against the market so you'll get a great deal and the price you see is the price you pay no gimmicks every Eastern vehicle must pass a rigorous multi point inspection and is backed by a seven day return policy eastern cars are always the highest quality visit eastern dot com start shopping expressed today.
"forty years ago" Discussed on KTOK
"And he has discount garage door call five two five door that's five two five door now is the time as well making the segue from warmer to cooler more inclement weather to get that garage door fixed I know what's a booger but give Dustin over there at discount garage door call and they will treat you just like family once again that's five two five door some of our founding sponsors which means so much to the cliff Davis show and I heart radio network the John Wayne Cancer Institute and need lacava swift John Wayne's eldest granddaughter will be in town here in a couple weeks and we'll be celebrating our one year anniversary on the air here I harden Katie okay and she's going to kind of help us do that as well so that's tied into the national cowboy western heritage museum it's the rodeo hall of fame November eighth and ninth so that should be fun as well so I hope you tune in for all of that information also Candace over the Oklahoma City zoo they've got a a lot going on coming up here if you go to their website Candace sent me over an email and I slipped up and didn't bring it with me but I promise you if you go to the zoo or check their website you're gonna have a lot of fun out there fun for the whole family at the Oklahoma City city so you always is all right with the note anymore further delay we're going to talk to a Dan o'neill Dan is the mayor of admin in Edmond Oklahoma operates under a council manager form of government established in nineteen twenty five the mayor and council or the policy making legislative body and appoint the city manager as well as the city attorney and municipal judges so dance no small fry he's the mayor of Edmund and we are happy and pleased and pleasure to have you on the show my friend thank you very much Chris for having me here today is a really great opportunity thank you got it I'd like to say that we met through this long lineages lineage of dad being in the media and foreman Scotty and all that stuff and were our families have known each other for years but really the truth is we met about a month ago at a fed about a party at Edgbaston in a outdoor via yeah and a parking lot but it's actually at our the federal marketplace a going on admin and you are putting on a great show thank you and it had great sound I mean it was magnificent sound for our naming naming folks the organization national association melons myth mentally disabled poker but they they were sponsored is any of it thank you for helping them on Odjick we had a number of people for Mar community there the more feels have been involved in this the lady she's been the president of the the admin chapter of Namie for several years seven years and she says she's still got three more years to go and your commitment Sir it's unbelievable you know I think it's neat that Edmund and in other areas as well but administration you guys are growing when people hear taxes they kind of streak but the idea of tax collections being up in a place like admin that's a good sign that means the economy's good over there people are spending money well it's very important to our city because we've we have no property tax so we live solely by by our sales tax and we actually have the lowest sales tax rate in the metro area here it's a lesson Oklahoma City in most of the other major cities some where same level at but we do pretty good at collecting sales tax our citizens like to show the slot shop locally which makes a big difference and we have a pretty attractive business community that it entices people to come there's some of the destinations for them to shop at and so we do very well in fact we had just last month we had a record level of sales tax collections we're now getting the you sales tax from our internet sales to the and that has increased dramatically over the last couple years we didn't used to get anything from internet sales and now I think we're collecting almost a million dollars a month somebody's thinking yes and that's a good these days right it is it is we're we're very grateful so let me ask you a couple personal questions now you were mayor and then you were gone for a while and you came back in and get reelected as mayor how that work well I'm sometimes you think you're in charge Richard story while the story of my life but I area I was mayor twelve years ago in two thousand seven through two thousand nine and a young lady decided that it's hard to run against a good looking and very eloquent speaking attorney lady that's hard to do anything against us mark very good looking highly intelligent lazy if we would even if it's just dating show me how to run Alexian after that I guess okay but anyway we're still good friends and that's sort of what I like about our communities non partisan we still get along we help we we talk to each other all the ex mayor's talk together worry yeah fact I had one of the former mayor support me in this campaign in the mayor that supported me twelve years ago of call room and we just lost him this week but he's been a long time architect of our community a long time ago they helped us build Arcadia lake started the interstate through our area you know forty years ago we didn't have Arcadia like forty years ago the interstate would name finished forty years ago our member cruising Broadway and it was a four lane street and and you could be and you could hang out at different places on Broadway is called the admin Cruz actually I'm showing my age but yes you guys have cleaned up and have a long way yes we have I mean I can remember when heading out to admin from Oklahoma City they were stop sign at the intersection and now we've got a really nice freeware highway out there with my friend in sixty four was driving a brand new sure they'll say we get up to use the located in central St and he got ran into a farmer pulling a plow across it all wow thirty third street yeah that we we throw cake cake parties and we wheat fields out there and we had no idea well I I we had a party for my hives usually parties also was and I was talking about parties go ahead it was out east of east of of I thirty five in the building we have is still standing there there you go and one of our ex city attorney S. city councilman call me which is a I'm just build a new neighborhood over here and he showed me this old house over there that was a rock house in aces oh my gosh that's where we were that was the party all right Hey Dan hang hang tight with this year we got a cut for a commercial break here in just a minute but I like where this is going on and you've got a lot to say about the great city of Edmond Oklahoma were proud and privileged to have you here on the cliff Davis show we appreciate check with okay newsradio one thousand this is the clip Davis show coast to coast nationwide blanketing the great state of Oklahoma.
"forty years ago" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Kennedy with forty years ago the former VP paused I think it's really really really important that Donald Trump not be reelected Biden said which is more of a rationale than an answer that's true I mean that that when the times that's more rational than an answer correct but doesn't explain why you want to be president that explains why you don't want I don't trump to be president he then launched into a classic Biden roller derby of verbiage in which he listed all the reasons he found from so distasteful he landed on a question to himself could I die happily not having heard hail to the chief play for me he said yeah I could that's not why I'm running so why is he running says The New York Times and is the singular nature of the opponent all it will take to convince voters that Joe Biden really wants to be doing this right now and this vicious moments in our politics at this stage of his life. remarkably after all this time Mr Biden stumbles to come up with a clear answer his use of Mr trump is a campaign mission statement might be a good enough reason at least when Biden the democratic nomination in a large field where two other leading candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders appear to be splitting the progressive vote which would be less inclined to support him to begin with Biden's campaign has been Jack hammering home the premise he is best suited to winning a general election against incumbent who must not be reelected I needed done we used to work for the Obama White House she says he doesn't think you need a revolution here instead it's a strategic bad according to The New York Times given the possibility of another four years of trump Democrats will gravitate to the familiar and reach for the stitched up old teddy bear of a candidate he brutal it but that is the reality Joe Biden has been looking for a rationale for why he's running because while his numbers are fairly durable so far if you can't answer that question sometime in here it's going to be a serious problem for him right now he's running low thirties but what did we go another year another year remember it's still September I did the the nominee is not going to be determined in the Democratic Party until July of next year since I mean either ten nine ten months of this region it's Joe Biden can't come up with a better answer for rot why are you running for president and I really really dislike trump then it's over for you buddy well so by his looking for rationale many things maybe he's found in gun control now. he's not good at this this is part of the problem for July and so even when he's making the case in favor of gun control he literally has no idea what he's talking about coming up more from Joe Biden on gun control does make a whole hell of a lot of sense but short bus Beto o'rourke still desperately trying.
"forty years ago" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The trade deadline Zack rank you to Houston was a really big deal I thought Atlanta improve the cubs got a bat but the Yankees didn't do anything they beat the red Sox tonight the red Sox or circling the drain as we speak which isn't the end of the world because Boston just one another World Series and they have a tough time going back to back and they've had an unbelievable run so far this century but the way they can't be Tampa Bay at Fenway when the Yankees win this game tonight is this the beginning of the end for the red Sox as we open up the show but they've got to split this series of the going to have a chance to win the month of August and also today is a very important day for me my hero died forty years ago today Thurman Munson the captain of the Yankees are great catcher their captain in World Series champion died in a plane crash in canton Ohio and the tie in canton Ohio tonight with the gold jacket ceremony of Thurman Munson grave is only twenty minutes away from canton the pro football hall of fame and I remember it like it was yesterday as a young boy growing up in Long Island New York is a little league catcher and when Thurman Munson died the impact it had on my wife at that stage my grandparents were alive I didn't know any death in my life I really didn't a just a kid and one Munson died it took me a long time to find a way to Kerr pump you not to deal with the issue of death and my hero and it stayed with me my whole life and today when I got up I knew today's date always knew the state and I put it out on Facebook at JT the brick and it was a tough tough memory that comes back every year it comes back to me but today being the fortieth anniversary in tonight Diana Monsen interments kids were in the Bronx tonight to throw out the first pitch with a heavy heart I got to give it to the Manson family they come back for old timers day they come back on this anniversary when they can and they're always around the organization and if you've never been in the Yankee clubhouse which I've been to see Fuhrman Munson's locker still there the way it was left is bone chilling considering a rod and Derek Jeter Mariano Rivera Mickey mantle Joe to Maggio the fact that they leave that locker there so you could see it it shows the legacy of months and so I want to bring that up on the forty year anniversary of his passing this week I spent a lot of time talking about quarterbacks at this time of year you see a lot of lists come out the athletic put it out NFL network put out their quarterback list also their top one hundred players and a lot of the list you don't agree with that I put together my own quarterback list and I'd like you to get into it tonight because I believe as we sit here tonight on four row on the bench this is the greatest year in the history of the NFL one hundred year anniversary for the quarterback position top to bottom let me explain first off the top of the list you have two quarterbacks that have flown for over seventy thousand yards I don't believe you'll ever see that again at this time because Peyton manning retired right when you look at the yard so far but all the guys you through for big yards I don't think you'll ever see again two quarterbacks over seventy thousand now those are two guys Brady a breeze these other quarterbacks who tonight I already have in the pro football hall of fame they include.
"forty years ago" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Boy, the middleman, we're the ones that are going to get screwed by this with v. The good news is we're in the middle of the bad news is we end up getting screwed. W. R. K. L. Texters giving after you Reggie on this story and a lot of callers are getting after me. I'm told. So let's go to the phones. I the Harvard situation Harvard is rescinded the acceptance that they had granted to this kid cob because show from parkland and it's because he used the n word sixteen times on Twitter. A back in two thousand sixteen when he was sixteen and did they do the right thing or is this, in part, due to the fact that the kids conservative and is very pro gun as does participated in several fundraisers, that have raised a lot of money as a lot of pictures of himself with guns as met the president. As a matter of fact, is that why he's really not going are monique's in Wakefield money your first in this one here in Arcadia. Well, I I couldn't disagree with you more. I mean, I don't think this has anything to do with Donald Trump or anything else. I mean I was six eight forty years ago, forty years ago, we know enough not to use that word and even write it down. I didn't pass letter with that word I you know, we knew it was appropriate. Forty years ago. Backtrack for years. Hello. It's heinous. I don't care. What is political stances that were sixteen times and checks, and that was she'd be enough for anybody. So I my question to you, then money gets the question. I asked Reggie before it is the kid get to go to college period because by that standard. No college should accept him. Well, that's his problem. Isn't it? You know, think before you speak. And maybe, you know, the anger generation ought to think about what, you know, comes twittering out of their mouth. Okay. But that's you, do you have kids or did you ever have kids many? Oh, yeah. I mean you can say that till you're blue in the face. And then they say something stupid. I mean, that's just how it is with kids right now. I don't wanna make one thing ignorant complete and total. Ignorance is something out. It's heinous in this day and age. It's despicable. It should not even be accepted. It shouldn't even be a word on the book out of anyone's mouth, it less or referencing what went on in the past. It's ridiculous. I don't care where this kid goes to school. Of course, someone will take him. But I don't think that anybody has to based on what they've read he do by what he wrote when he said that look I look back on those tweets and I don't even know who that was. I was at a dark place. You know there was a shooting. I was they didn't dark places to that's not a word. You pull out of your hat, just for kicks, it Geico. It's disgusting. There's no excuse for it. I've been in very dark places that would never. Ever be a word. I would think to pull out of my hat. I love, I don't agree with you at all money. Can I love the call? I do. And I love that we don't usually agree at all. But that's okay. I still listen we're having a good conversation. And that's what it's all about. Your don't be a stranger Monique. Now my question to you. Reggie coming off of her is that again, Harvard says did a kit. Why don't you explain these? If you were advising the kid, what, what could the kid do because to me what the kid did was? He said, I did that I use that term. It's ridiculous. I didn't understand what I was doing. I certainly do. Now. I find it abhorrent awful. I'm ashamed. But I'm not that kid. I think that's a pretty good answer. If I was advising him, I would have to tell them to seek some other council, personally. But, you know, I would definitely say, hey, it's a first step, but you have to pay the consequences. This is part of consequences. I believe Monique was right. You know, everybody does make mistakes. Nobody's saying this kid has to be perfect if he's listening, somehow listen. All right. You made a mistake you apologize for it. But part of life is when you make mistakes, you have to pay the consequences in this as part of your journey. This is one of the consequences, hopefully you bounce back and become a better person. Nine seven eight says this is used in rap music every day. Yeah. But, you know, like I said, of course, people are gonna come with a black people say, this, and that rap music, but the term really has the same, meaning where basically talking about victims of white supremacy weather. I use it as a victim of white supremacy or he's using it as somebody who looks like people who perpetrated white supremacy, h has different meanings based on who uses it. So, of course, we could say that, but that really doesn't hold any water. Because that's always an argument that you hear people say, like oh, let's use them rap music. And why do those of African American heritage used that phrase? And that's a good question that I'm glad that you address, because I feel like a lot of people always default to that saying, well, I mean, they use, you know, they use that phrase all the time, why can't I lay with anything in life? Like, you know, I'm pretty sure you have some girlfriends like me, personally, my wife when she gets with her girlfriends, and they haven't a couple of drinks they refer to each other as the b word like beware, get out of here. I can't walk into the conversation, like, hey, beware. Yeah. I will. Yeah. Just come incense, and even like Monique said forty years ago at sixteen. She understood this is certain things you don't do. It with you shouldn't be using his word Reggie under any circumstances. You can't tell other people than I use it, but then user yourself I get it. We're all hypocrites. I tell my kids, not just wear on rarest of occasions. I still do it myself. Stick with these things are hard. My issue with it is okay. People use it in ramp. That doesn't give this kid license to use it on Twitter or any other social media. Like, I don't get how they're connected just because rappers use it doesn't mean that this kid going to Harvard gets to use it without any consequences. You're right about that. Reggie. I just think Harvard needs to be bigger than the they took the easy road here, which is the just a war, where woke, forget it, you're out. But you're not we woke is we know that you did this, you know, that you did this, but we're not gonna just kick you to the curb and quit on you kudos VB for using the term woke, but, you know. Okay. Somewhat right around man. But no, I think they did the right thing. Like I said, four business again, you have students of color, there, you have staff of color there. Once this is out in a listen. The kid might have a point. They could be students there right now as we speak who have the same sort of ideology who just are better at hiding it or just didn't get caught and hey, you know, their day will come but yours is out here right now. So you have to pay the penalty before we let you want. We can't just be aware and say, okay, you spewed this racist, you know, this racist tirade on Twitter or wherever he put it out, and then okay, it's.
"forty years ago" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"forty years ago" Discussed on Pop Shop
"And Katy Perry's waking up in Vegas just to name a few. Yeah. So there you have it. Forty years ago this week. Kisses, I was made for Lovin. You began it story on the hot one hundred. All righty. This go kiss. What's your? Wouldn't may. Such crates home. I weirdly, maybe not weirdly considering I mean I, I like kisses hit singles. Yeah. I, I really enjoy. I mean, who doesn't like rock roll all night party day, Detroit, rock city Beth? I'm with you. I mean forever was schlock, but it was fun. Schlage exact even kiss knows. It's sean. Yeah. Yeah. But I mean they got flak for I was made for loving you to a certain degree because it was like sort of, I think seen as a sell-out describe a time. I'm like the Rolling Stones did miss you, exactly. Everyone had their moment, Australia in Rod Stewart, Stewart Rockin rod. Yeah. Basis he did you think of did not hurt him? And if anything was even cooler now you look back at it. I think you, you probably have to weather that time of like some backlash certainly in the very like in the early eighties. Maybe from, like, pure rockets. Yeah. But it's the same thing happens with any rock band now for rock band. Suddenly as a pop it. Yeah. I think you have rock purists that get pissed off, like, oh, like you're selling. Where are those people anymore, rock purists? Maybe maybe things have changed, a lot of people mad at Portugal, the man. No. Like they just had a big asset. Anyone really know Portugal demand so much when I worked with MTV we covered them like a decade ago like when they were just a struggling indie bands. And then that song, I was like, really Portugal. The man like I've, I've been hearing about them for years. I feel like red hot chili peppers got a lot of flack when they had really popular hits with under the bridge, and give it away. See, I didn't know they existed until then. I knew of them before that, because they were on MTV with the higher ground and the stuff from the mother's milk album, date already had like two albums before that, or something just like the idea of pure resume in any sense, so dumb, because as we've learned, you know, there's a whole world out there and pop is just like what's popular doesn't mean him. You know, doesn't mean a drum machine, or whatever after all max Martin, and we talked about in last week show with drugs project. He used to be like an a sort of hair metal band that I love that we brought that up twice in two. It's. Let's remember max Martin's metal days who doesn't okay. Any partying words or the were those are partying more. I think those were definitely are like, let's just let me go out on ball into a hole talking about, like Brockett Peres, right? Kisses disco classics. Should we do I'll be we should do? What'd you say Rolling Stones? Miss you. Yeah. Yeah. Okay..
"forty years ago" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"forty years ago" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bastard, we've come out of a nearby something. So I could. Such candor is rare and welcome. When it comes to race says Joseph a professor of history at the university of Texas in Austin. He thought something good might come out of Neeson's painful revelation. But then the actor went on good Morning America and declared I'm I'm not racist. I I this was nearly forty years ago hearing that's says panel was frustrating. But not surprising niece and wanted to be forgiven and move on without really understanding, the painful effects of both his past actions and his shocking confession. It seemed aimed at shutting down any further discussion. An impulse says panel that is shared by others in his position white people who get caught are quick to either claim a kind of racial ignorance that I didn't know that this was bad a racial innocence that I'm a good person. Or just you know, I'm the victim right now that kind of flat out denial says Benigno results in the strange phenomenon of racism without racists. We live in a world of anti-black racism, but really no individuals who want to say, yes, proudly I am racist. Or I have these terrible feelings towards black people. Neeson's vengeful hunt for an innocent black person to kill says Stony Brook university. Professor, crystal Fleming is racism of the highest order for me. I think immediately of the logic of Lynch mobs, right? How so many innocent black men in particular were murdered because white mobs were just out looking for someone to kill Fleming's niece and couldn't see the connection between Lynch mobs and his own violent racial impulse. So he couldn't understand how his story might affect black. People fleming. Who is also the author of how to be less stupid about race says since the civil rights movement. Most whites have learned to keep their racist thoughts set themselves, even as systematic racism has continued it became increasingly problematic to admit to one's racist views. In public. And in the context that we've been living in for the last few decades. We have the persistence of gross inequalities, the persistence of institutionalized racism, and yet you look around very few people admit to having a role in perpetuating, racism or benefiting from it. The belief that racism ended a long time ago is very common. Among my people says Fleming, and if you racism simply in terms of their personal dealings governor north is a good example here, he describes his behavior as a practicing doctor, and I can tell you I treat everyone the same way nobody has ever thought or accused me of being racist. And if and when I practice again, I will continue that that same direction when Christopher Emden met north of conference for educators. He was impressed by the governor's views on race. He thought of Northam as one of the good guys, then his yearbook photo came out Endon, a professor at Columbia's teachers college felt betrayed you really feel. Like, you have an ally. And when you realize that you don't there's a bit of a feeling of of being duped, and in says a lot of way people talk a good game. But he believes blacks and whites have a very different idea about what it means to be racist. There are a lot of white folks. Who think well, you know, I understand social Justice. I can say black lives matter, and because of that I'm abso- of any pass racist practices or I can confess or profess to be not racist. I mean, what qualifies as racism in the average white person's mind, it would appear that nothing does Robin Dangelo is the author of white. She says most way people think a racist has to be vertically bad person, like a Ku Klux klansman and even members of the KKK deny. They are racist racism. She says can be more subtle than that, more and more. I think about being white as never having to bear witness to the pain of racism on people of color and rarely ever being held a cow. Accountable for the pain that I've caused people of color, some people think all we need to solve a racial problems is more open conversations says crystal Fleming when what we really need is more action. The question is what are you actually doing to fight racism because if you're not actively challenging it your reproducing, the racial status quo racism is learned says Fleming, and it's time to teach everyone about the history of racism, and it's hard aftermath, then perhaps and informed conversation can.
"forty years ago" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"In a. Sanchez. Michael Jackson student. That's why I have Pam with me. Had the shoes I had a glove, and I use just a little bit of shoe polish to put under my cheeks, and the reason I used a very little bit is because I don't know if anybody's ever tried that, but you cannot get shoe polish off. But it was a it was a dance contest. I had always like Michael Jackson actually won the contest because I had learned how to do to moonwalk. He won the contest that you know, what that's something. You never forget. This guy held a press conference for the ages. He didn't he it's not him in the black face photo because he remembers doing black face at a different time. And you never forget that because you'd never forget when you win a contest. And so we learned all about his spoon walk skills and everything else. So as entertaining as it is for me to listen to this stuff, then we have to have people talk about how serious have been issued as if you listen to this program. You know, I do not think it is serious when. Photographs of people. Using questionable judgment from thirty or forty years ago up here, I think we should all yawn. We don't yawn because we're we're a bizarre society. And Chris Dyer Walt said it so well, I was ready to go off and do a whole monologue about American culture, and and the left and how they're the victims of their own strange obsession with race because they are obsessed with race in a very very unhealthy way. And the the the sad thing is really obsessed with race. They're obsessed with the fact that. They get nine out of ten African American votes. Democrats do and they are scared to death of losing that. Okay. So there they have to keep the to keep throwing logs on the racial fire. And Democrats are about as bad as it gets the modern Democratic Party. Are even though they're constantly accusing people of racial demagoguery. They are the worst racial demagogues. They need to find racism, and they will find it anywhere and everywhere, and they think that is their only ticket to winning elections. Well, crystal, we'll see I told you I wasn't going to go off Christoph waltz says it so well Al Franken is watching and watching because he remembers what this was like on me too. When Al Franken seem to have a more marginal offense than some others. And when Kristen gillibrand and other female Democrats said, no, we have a zero tolerance policy here in you've got to go, the religion, the civic religion of the Democratic Party is anti racism and feminism, these are the most important moral issues for Democrats, and they can't seed any ground on this stuff. But I would just say this rule by mob doesn't work. There's a collective decision reached on social media on Friday about Ralph north and what happened in what this is. And he must go and everybody gets their statement out to get on the pile. I bet now Democrats wished that they especially with these allegations against Fairfax. I bet the Democrats wish they'd left a little more wiggle room on this one to see how it played. Smart, Chris, Dr while the religion of the Democratic Party is anti-racism in feminism. That's why it was so good to have him bring in the me too thing. And he brought it in with Al Franken, and the fact that they had to they didn't want Al Franken to go, but they had to Kirsten gillibrand had to because they were all frothed up on this metoo thing, and they were they were screaming and pointing like invasion of the body snatchers. That's the image that I think of with their mouths wide open, and they were pointing at all different offenders in the metoo movement. And then you saw them kind of go a little bit overboard, and some people got cut swept up in this that they didn't plan on. And then I'll Franken who I mean, Chris Dyer Walt said, oh, he was one of the lesser offense. You know, there's no question. Al Franken got he got caught up in this and probably probably deserved it. Because he was such an idiot. He got caught doing something. I thought I thought it was a photograph of him. There was photographic proof of him doing something, you know, that was dumb anyway. It's the same. As the me too thing, they it is their civic religion as Chris Dyer, Walt says, but it's even more. So for race than it is for feminism. I don't know if you agree with me that I think it is just they are scared. Stiff dare so scared of losing any ground. They think that the racism issue is there's all there's and so they're going to have to keep finding racism, and it is like the boy who cried wolf it is wearing very thin with the public. Okay. But it's not wearing them with the Democrats because they think wait a minute. How are we going to keep calling Donald Trump a racist? When he doesn't have any black face photos and Ralph northern has a black face photo. So now, we have people coming out of the woodwork. Announcing they too have black face photos, and everyone has to act as if this is the most shocking thing in the world, how how is it possible that the governor Virginia and the attorney general of Virginia both have black-faced photos. Well, just like I said on this show the other day because a lot of people have a lot of photos of them doing a lot of dumb things from when they were in high school and college. So it's not unthinkable that this would happen, but everyone has to act as if it is unthinkable. And so they go through these motions. And where's the sky statement redo this? This is the attorney general. Who has come out? And I guess he found out that somebody was going to reveal the fact that he too had a photo. Dressed up in black face. I guess he went to a Halloween party as a as a. Rapper. And Meghan Kelly talked about this when she got fired from her job. I mean, that's why she got fired because she said, oh in the old days people used to wear black face and go out and Halloween and everyone acted as if she was kind of crazy person and her own people on her own networks at how dare she say that everyone knows that never happened. That's it was never acceptable. It was. She said something that everyone you, and I we all know it to be true that back in the seventies. And eighties. People dressed up in politically. Incorrect costume, the one just black face was all sorts of other things. People dressed up as Indian chiefs. And they probably couldn't go to a costume party say dressed up as that that same kind of Indian chief with the headdress day dressed up as all different characters. We don't have to go into all the costumes that they wore someone brought up the fact on the radio the other day that Prince Harry was in a Hitler costume. It wasn't that long ago that people were able to you know, have a have a Hitler costume in their in their costume trunk. In their and their shop, and they would show. I bet if someone wearing Hitler costume to a Halloween party when I was in junior high. I don't think the faculty would have even done anything about it. They would said, oh, there's a guy dressed up as Hitler. That's weird. I know they wouldn't have sent him home. I don't know if they would've put it in the yearbook. I I can't tell you. But the standards were quite different back. Then. Okay. So what is a scandal? Now wasn't a scandal den. But for some reason, a politician can't just get up and say, what is a scandal. Now was not a scandal. Then so anyone have any other work? They want me to do here. Can we just move on their unable to say that? So they have to kneel down and prostrate themselves in front of the American people because that's what the Democratic Party is like, and I take some Republicans ought to learn from this because Republicans don't even go through this this press conference stuff, they just resigned, and they they go into hiding. So this is what the attorney general was named Mark herring. We haven't even seen the photograph. Apparently, it's in some book somewhere and hasn't come out, but he came out and gave a preemptive preemptive apology. And he said I wore black face. Okay. Now after going on about how shamed. He was. And how he ate spent Har it's haunted him for years. And it was a minimization of both people of color and minimization of a horrific history. I knew well, even then guys he wasn't dressed up as a clue Klux Klan member he was dressed up as a rapper at a costume party. Okay. So just so you know, what's going on here? But then he says this which is the ultimate to me in. People. Now, they say make these statements that everyone knows to be absolutely not only false. But the absolute opposite of what is true. But he says this, okay? He acknowledged that. What I am feeling now. This is the guy who's just he's just been caught in a scandal. Because he he revealed himself to be to be in black face in an old photograph what I'm feeling in no way because he talked about how bad he was feeling about this. But what I am feeling in no way compares to the betrayal. The shock the deep pain that Virginians of color may be feeling. Where they have deserved to feel heard respected. Understood honestly, represented fear. My actions have contributed to them being forced to revisit and feel a historical pain that has never been allowed to become history. I don't even really saying in that last line, essentially what he's saying is he was up all night last night. Tossing and turning and he decided to come out, and and reveal this painful fact to the world, but he knows his feelings are there. Nothing compared to the hurt. The Virginians are feeling. He so he's so wrong. And we all know it. He's the only one who lost sleep last night. I tell you something Virginians especially people who are, you know, in the the racial grievance industry people. They love this stuff. They love when they find a white politician who has this picture in his past because then they can go on TV, and they can talk about this confirms everything we've ever said about all these old white politicians and everything else they love this stuff. So no, they were not up tossing and turning last night. They woke up this morning. And they said, oh here we have another guy that we can. Their weekend parade in front of the public and make him apologize. The thing is if we live in a racist society, which we are constantly being told if everyone is racist if all the people who voted for Donald Trump a racist. Why is this surprising? I don't understand how he either we live in a racist society, or we don't somehow people keep telling us everyone is racist. Or at least half the country is racist. The president is racist. The people have voted former racist and some people are racist. And they don't even know what it's just unconscious racism. But then when some someone is found to have done something thirty or forty years ago. That may be racially insensitive. People throw a fit and they see how dare he has to step down from his his office. Well, why if half the country's racist? Why does this guy have to step down there? So mixed up. Eight hundred three eight five two four eight six six is the number. We are going to be discussing the unfair the unfurling scandal. And are we ever going to be able to have? Realistic conversations about these kind of issues eight three three eight five two four eight six six. I would love to hear from Democrats who are who want to talk about this issue and are willing to admit that the Democrats really have a problem on their hands. Eight three three eight five two four eight six six. We'll be right back. Have a problem with Tom shillue? Give them a call eight three three eight five two four eight six six. Let's work it out, Tom shillue..
"forty years ago" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Here and happy new year happy new year, and you to Jeff wag staff, and thanks to all the people out there listening. Thanks for joining us. Absolutely. And we're here alongside world renowned orthopedic surgeon. Dr Alfred Benatti you too. Yeah. But we have an exciting show lined up. We'll hear a story of recovery. We're going to talk to Daniel Krauthammer. Yeah. He's the the son of Charles Krauthammer. Of course who unfortunately passed away last last summer last June. I believe big Fox News political commentator. He's got a book that he compiled before his death and his son was the editor. So we'll talk to him about his pretty incredible life. Absolutely. And then of course, you'll hear some of Trump's triumphs. But up first recent study at northwestern medicine in Chicago has shown certain Aren a molecules heavy built in suicide mechanism which could be used to protect us from cancer. Joining us right now as Dr Marcus Peter the Tom despise professor of cancer metabolism. In senior author of the study. Thank you for being here. Dr Peter well, thank you for having been happening. Happy new year to you. Now, there's a lot of heavy science going on here, Dr Peter and not a whole lot of time. So if you can break it down talk to us like we're in third grade. Explain what these the cells are and how they work. Yeah. So I mean, the whole thing came out of a little bit of frustration that we have made progress in defeating cancer. We all hope right? Thirty forty years ago. And so basically started over and we're looking for mechanisms that nature developed over, you know, hundreds of millions of years to prevent cancer formation. And we're thinking could that be away recruit used to turn against cancer? And and and hide it today. So that's basically the start of the study, and what we found was a mechanism is based on molecules that if we have an all sows all living organism have them. And they basically are highly toxic. And it turns out we can kill cancer cells. And it seems to be rather specific anonymous house are not affected. And see what I gathered from the lengthy article. I read of course. And that's why I said, it's such deep science, you your theory. I think is that this mechanism sort of evolved or developed in cells like like, you said five hundred million years ago prior to the establishment of say, an actual legitimate immune system and the bodies of different organisms. Correct. So this mechanism with the Arna flipping on and off has been sort of forgotten because it's so old and ancient that you've rediscovered it, and it seems to be able to keep things from getting cancer. Well, I think yes, you need to understand that cancer is probably as old as mighty seller organisms on the latest estimates might is my organisms about two two point one billion years old, the adaptive immune system. So that's the main part of our immune system that fights cancer cells. For instance, is only about hyphen a million years. So the question was indeed what protected arguments before the first one and a half billion years of development. That's got to be something they had to be something very powerful embedded in every cell kind of pursue set mechanism that at the moment that goes Roque and becomes cancers can get eliminated, and it's got to be very powerful because we all direct defendants from Masinga some organisms that lived three three and a half billion years ago. We still hear you biology, and I would have been disrupted only one. None of us would be here in Kansas a big problem. So it had to be something very powerful and had to predate immune system. Indeed, Dr Peter where are you currently on the? Research of this technology. Yeah. We're are attacking this performance. We try and identify better reagents to induce this. We did indeed also published in this lengthy study that you mentioned that chemotherapy in the great part, actually engages this mechanism. So because we never really knew how KEMA work it came out over the first World War guys that was used some kids. Fifties. We're still using it today. And the idea was that they are chemo, basically targets references inviting salads that never made sense to me because the most rapidly binding south on our body out is the lining of stomach and intestines, and if you could chemo to patients, and you lose your stomach and intestinal lining. Not a good thing, you wouldn't survive so had to have a different mechanism. We'll be now showing and that's why would be researching at the moment. That's chemo's. Actually, I'm decent this way of toxic small Amish, killing the cancer cells, and the way they cannot become resistant, and you have to understand you cannot become resistant to chemo patients can become resistant because they come tolerate cannot tolerate higher concentrations, high amounts of chemo, but the individual cancer cells would never become resistant, and that's exactly the core of what we discovered that. The cancer says cannot develop resistance, so we studying various aspects. Of course, the main focuses to tell us into new form of therapy either in form of viruses introduced into patients. All small molecules on nanoparticles. We are researching all of us at the moment. How would you be delivering? This to a patient. Would it be a pageant Nanno? How would you administer this? Yeah. Most most of the so-called Todd Topi. These days is sound with small molecules as small as an aspirin, right? That compound. So that basically you take a pill gets into every cell in the body and doesn't job these molecules. We're talking about we're starting little more complex larger. So they have a hotter timing getting into south. So we have to help them. And so either we would package them into certain viruses. Well, we'll a couple of these molecules to not OPA MacOS. So my favorite to Sutton, small vesicles that sells produce themselves. That's basically the natural way that south communicate through this mechanism exchanging on a so we're trying to hijack this this other nature developed mechanisms to also deliver those small honest to the cancer cells, the beauty of it is we don't have to target the cancer cells. We really just like an aspirin wants to wants to deliver every cell in the body, and we hope that only the cancer cell will respond, but if you're delivering this type of of quote, unquote, like medicine to to be able to destroy cancer. Are you also going to harm the other cells to which this is being given? Yeah. That that's one of the most fascinating possibly story in my that is it turns out that the nominee. I out for the most part protected. We actually uses in what we call preclinical mouse models, mice human cancers. And there is no side effects of this is believe that that almost always house houses. The buddies are protected in the body. I protected by a small animal Likud, not toxic in every sense Seri, high quantities and standard for become a really good Kansas out meeting move around and bait other tissues metastasized as we say it has to down regulate nontoxic small islets recall, Michael and become susceptible. It's kind of given it has to do that. Otherwise will always stay a nice defense shade. It sounds. I see a problem for patient. So that's see things. The main reason between nominal too much to myself, comma, good tumor cell to have two dollar these protective on it. And now they become susceptible to the toxic. Once every introducing Dr Peter just real quick as as we close the segment how far away are we from human trials? We hope to have this. If everything works out in in tries within the next five to ten years, always takes a long time. Because there's a lot of development just turning this into medicine that can be put in a show physician. Can you know, put it in Winston give it administer to patients that alone can take quite some time. It's shame something that could drastically change at cancer patients lives is still five to ten years away. But thank you. Thank you so much, Dr Marcus, Peter. The Tom d spy professor of cancer metabolism. In senior author of the study. Thank you for being on the program to discuss this in a molecule with the suicide mechanism. It's pretty incredible stuff. Thank you, Dr Peter. Thank you so much for having me. Thank you. Bye. Bye. Wow. Incredible. It really just been able to pop a pill. Ten fifteen twenty years from now. And you're not going to get cancer on rail. And you heard it here. First on American medicine today. Make sure you stay tuned because coming up after the break a story of.