35 Burst results for "Fourteen Years"
U.S. Worker Pay Rises Strongly as Businesses Fight to Fill Jobs
"A healthy increase in the second quarter wages and salaries as employers try to fill millions of available jobs the labor department says pay increased one percent for the three month period that ended in June for workers in the private sector that's down slightly from the first quarter but still the second highest increase in more than a decade for the year ending in June wages and salaries for private sector workers jumped three and a half percent the biggest increase in more than fourteen years however total compensation for all workers which included a slowing in the growth of benefits rose just point seven percent in the second quarter and just under three percent in the past year my camp in Washington
Rev. Jen Bailey: What We Inherit & What We Send Forth
"Reflecting a lot lately about what is it. Has it been about my life experience that has helped me see this long view. It a relatively hung aids and i think i think it's been my proximity to death Having lost my mom at twenty eight when she was sixty three years old having last three or four friends all women of color to suicide early twenties two weeks after i gave birth to my best friends from high school died unexpectedly and experienced walking with my mom. Her last few months On earth when she was after battling cancer for fourteen years in walking with her and alongside her and feeding her and changing her and carrying for her and loving for her and being in the room when she transitions think those experiences throughout the course of my life have allowed me an insight into just how precious and finite and short life can be and so the question then becomes our time on. Earth is not guaranteed. It's okay to just do what we can do over here and enjoy it all happen And i wonder how much that might be. Reflected generational with other folks In particular of of young black folks in the us who had grown up alongside and becoming behind me who have seen death literally become spectacle in front of our eyes. He's constant encounter with via social media whether it be police shootings where other things that are. Now just right in front of our eyes And given that we live in a culture in the us that is not well we like like to shut it down any any case yeah I wonder if emerging out of this twenty twenty moment. There might be a reintregation of how he sit with death and grief not as like something that is sad that dwelling
Women Pushed for Gender Equality With Their 1976 Olympic Outfits
"The nineteen seventy six summer olympics or the games of the twenty first summer olympiad held in montreal canada so many highlights april so little time. Six thousand eighty four athletes from ninety two countries came to compete in one hundred ninety eight events. Women's basketball rowing and team handball are introduced for the first time the fourteen year. Old gymnast nadia comenici of romania became the first ever gymnast to score a perfect ten after her uneven bars performance and any fashion history-making moment for the first time ever in the history of these summer olympic opening ceremony. The us women athletes are wearing dumped. It on and this is the part where regular nurse nurse. Say here we go again. Because women athletes had of course already been wearing bifurcated garments as part of their competition uniforms. They had actually even been wearing pants or bifurcated. Garments at the opening ceremonies of the winter games since the nineteen fifties as protection from the cold of course but in the history of the summer olympics. The prayed uniform was always in line with the fashionable silhouette and also the side dress codes of any given period and up until this point these kind of more quote unquote formal occasion. Something like an opening ceremony would have called for skirts and not pants. But during the fashion revolution of the nineteen sixties women fought really hard to break down gender barriers and this included these social codes. That barred them from wearing pants. Outside of leisure or sports settings it was a hard one battle and one thousand nine hundred. Ninety six olympics really reflected this seismic shift in the broader social. Moore's that had begun to accept women in pants for most occasions.
Larry Elder Criticizes Gavin Newsom's Policies and Spending
"Seems like he's he's worried it seems like nine c. pelosi's neff new gruesome use is wide because every week he's coming up with with another plot to buy off voters correct. Larry that's correct even the outgoing governor. Jerry brown criticised spending with this governor has just done. Is he giving people a whole year. Risk-free free on top of the three hundred dollars that you get up until at least september and this is why california jobs are recovered only to the extent of fifty percent as opposed to two-thirds and the rest of the country. I have a lot of friends who operate small businesses while great restaurants. They cannot find people to work a group of economists from bank of america. they weren't trumpers all said anybody making about thirty two thousand dollars a year or less is better off. Not were working and this is what they've done and again. What gavin do some has done is that he is forced all these businesses to shut up. You may not know. This ran a small business. I practiced law for a while. But i ran a small business. Fourteen years. it was successful. I sold it relocated to california. The business kept want most businesses that are small ceo. Those that succeed are often just despair payroll the payroll. How many dreams that each. How many how many lives he dash you put your hopes and dreams in the business and they were all gone because at this guy and people are furious. And i want to remind people. There's a direct connection between the crime and the homelessness and the cost of living and this man and the policy that have been pushed by the super majorities of democrats in the lower and upper chambers of the legislature. Here in california.
California Governor Gavin Newsom Has a Problem and Larry Elder Is Here to Solve It
"Gavin newsom has a problem on his hands. He's got. He's got a problem with a lot of disaffected angry. Frustrated californians who just simply are fed up with the direction the state is going. And i'm hearing from california's every day. Who say larry elder is exactly what this state needs. And where do you start. Two point two million californian signed a petition to recall this man and it is estimated that between twenty five percent. They've even thirty percent. Were independent and democrats voted him just two years earlier. You start with the famous meal that he had at the restaurant called the french laundry. I never heard of it. Until until i found out it was in napa valley and i thought it was one of the most elite restaurants in california is not i thought it was. The most elite restaurant in america is not one of the most elite restaurants in the world and wind. Tab alone was twelve thousand dollars being picking picking it up and it wasn't just that he was dining there while he was shutting down business elsewhere. He was dining with the very same medical professions. Who dropped who drafted the corona virus mandate. They were violating. They weren't totally distancing wearing masks and meanwhile he has his own kids in private education in school and he exempted his own winery from the mary a mandate he was imposing on everybody else. Now i was a small businessman. I ran a business for fourteen years. It was accessible. I sold it was still going after i sold. It didn't liquidated didn't go bankrupt. But i will tell you more. Nearly half of all small businesses in going bankrupt and those revive are often operating on very thin margins. How many lies. How many dreams. How many hopes that. He just dashed by shutting down this date in the most severe way than any other governor.
50-Year War on Drugs Imprisoned Millions of Black Americans
"Fifty years after president Nixon declared a war on drugs some are questioning whether anyone won the war mandatory minimum sentences were key weapon in the war on drugs but the war's toll wasn't even an Associated Press analysis of incarceration data found that between nineteen seventy in two thousand the incarceration rates for whites doubled but the rates for black and Latinos roughly triple anti drug policies were widely accepted or like get these drugs out of our community and Cassandra Frederik the executive director of the drug policy alliance says the heavy hand of law enforcement came without addiction prevention resources help us out with that ask for tanks Eugene Hey would senior is a truck driver and a former crack dealer they used to prior charges head to enhance me up to a mandatory license after fourteen years his sentence was commuted by president Obama a lot of people who they've locked up for drugs they have turned around and legalize those same exact drugs sadly this cycle of incarceration continues Hey what's only son was convicted of a federal murder charge in connection with a drug gang in Peoria Illinois Jennifer king Washington
An Interview With Bernard Lee of 'Poker Satellite Success'
"Hey poker peeves. I'm so happy to welcome. Burn ardley to the show today. We don't do interviews often and when we when we do. We make sure that they're very good. Guest bernard is the host of the long running bernard lee poker show fourteen years now. Incredible record right there. He achieved thirteenth in the two thousand five world series of poker main event. May many of you probably saw that one right there. He's a longtime player. Longtime coach and author of a brand new book poker satellite success. So welcome to the show. Bernard i appreciate it have me. Yeah definitely thank you for taking the time. I appreciate it. So you're up in massachusetts right. That's right that's right. Yeah what's the weather like up there right now because it's pretty darn hot over here in california it's You know it's been a very weird summer. We've had some really really hot days like in. The nineties and muggy today is kind of an eighties muggy day but a weekend before it was in the fifties. I mean it was. It's been a really crazy a summer so far but that's kind of par for the course with this crazy year that we've had to for sure. Yes super crazy last year and a half and you've been you know exactly exactly over here in california dealing with a heatwave incredible proportions you know but seems like we get that a lot you know in a. I'm sure we'll be experiencing some fires this. You're not really looking forward to it. But i got my masks already. You know indoors. I i work from home. Do you work from home as well. Yes yes yes. I do a lot of my stuff from home and whether it's Coaching or whether it's consulting are you know obviously playing. We have to hit the road and do that. But you know Do a lot of my stuff from. Oh yeah for sure syrian speaking hitting the road. Are you going to the wpa this summer. Yeah definitely got a. I'm going to go. Well yeah. I'm gonna go play The online a bunch of the online events not a lot of them probably about five or six of them And then a literally planning my trip right now for october. I i love flying deuce to seven. That's the game that i play a lot of do seven no limit. It's very unusual game but I final tabled at three times. So far finishing runner up once and so i really literally start my first trip focusing on that event and it pivots around bad events or whenever that event is then i kind of go from there This year. it's in the middle which is a little bit unusual usually. It's near the beginning. So that of changes my setup a little bit but you know it is what it is. I'm i i already booked my flight out there now just booking all my hotels and all that nice good so isn't going to be like a two three week trip The first one was supposed to be only a week. But i also do a charity event out there for the one step closer foundation. We do it every summer. usually it's been a planet. Hollywood has been a bally's lately. It's been at aria And if anyone is interested great. 'cause the president who i worked very closely with has cerebral palsy and he started foundation over ten years ago. And we do a poker tournament every year. Usually first prize is anywhere from five to ten thousand dollars with a lot of really cool prizes for the final table so It looks like we might do that again. Obviously we've we couldn't do it last year so we might do it again and so big depending on that. we'll see. it's probably going to be a two week trip to start. Ironically the end of the two weeks is the seniors event. And i actually quote officially. You'll yeah i would've qualified last fifty one now so i would Qualified last year so Yeah i mean. I'm probably a dinosaur right. Now when i say that but feels like yeah yeah right niceness. You are going to play in the senior event or may yeah no. I'm definitely going to play. A lot of people have always said. That's a really good event to play in Like i said. I was excited to potentially. I played the online version of last year. And i got a bunch of people you know. Messaging me being like. What are you doing in this event. I said sorry achieve fifty. It is what it is. I mean. I can't do anything about
The Fox Sisters: A Mysterious Haunting
"Today story begins in december of eighteen. Forty seven when the fox family moves to the rural community of hides new york the plan to build their own home in the new town but the winter is pretty brutal so the construction comes to a stop in the meantime. John and margaret fox rent a modest house near the town centre and move in with their two young daughters. Fourteen year old maggie and eleven year old kate. This rental house is small like the four of them have to share a single bedroom. The parents asleep in one bed in maggie in kate and another and while it's kind of tight the fox's are relatively happy. John is a reformed alcoholic with a new outlook on life. Margaret is a super sweet mother who lives for her children as for maggie and kate. They're pretty much glued at the hip so they're never bored. Most nights in the new house are pretty unremarkable. After doing some chores and blowing out the candle they slip into their beds and fall asleep to the peaceful sounds of the river nearby. Of course there are other sounds too you know. The standard creepy sounds that come with living in a tiny shack in the middle of the woods. The wind howling the creaking of old trees. The pitter-patter of creatures scuttling through the night but on a cold march night. The fox's wake up to something different something other worldly. There's a sudden wrapping on the walls thumping on the ceilings and vibrations all around them naturally. Everyone's a little alarmed so they re light the candle and investigate this sound has to have a source an open window rattling an animal trapped inside a woodpecker on the roof. It could be any number of things but after checking every corner of the room and popping their heads outside. They don't find anything out of the ordinary. Which is a little weird sure. But it's the middle of the night in everyone's tired. So john margaret maggie and kate all go back to bed hoping that the sounds will just go away on their own. But that's wishful thinking.
Belarus Sentences Former Presidential Contender to 14 Years
"A chord in belarus. Who sentence the former belarusian presidential contender. Victor perico to fourteen years in prison on corruption charges because team said before the ruling that the charges against their client had been fabricated to thwart his political ambitions. His sentencing followed warning from the un special reporter and ice merrin. That means is attempting to purge belarus of all political
Interview With Charlie Venema of CheckedAndSet.Net
"Wally bobby aria. I'm saying tastic. Another guest the local guests and another major airline. Captain joins the show. He's been here before. His name's charlie venema. Welcome to the show. Charlie woerner bobby. So charlie is a friend of the flight school and someone who is a major airline captain here in the houston area and he also does another big job works for his own company called checked and set dot net and he is helping future. Pilots become professional pilots at the major airlines. I think charlie came in and talked our. Cfi's a couple of safety meetings ago and we welcome you back. Charlie and we look forward to having this conversation. Thanks bye bye. Glad to be here. So charlie worked in the training department for a major land for fourteen years and ran the recruiting department for three full years and has obviously malls for hiring hundreds of mainline pilots for a major airline and today helps many of us no matter where we're in our career go from probably a cargo job regional job or something else to one of the major airlines specializing in airline apps and resumes. From what. I understand that correct correct right. So charlie's here today hopefully to answer most of your questions if you're listening. But we have worked with charlie and we we. We've got a few topics. want to cover today. So let's start right off with people come in here all the time traveler. They say they want to be a professional pilot. And i always say well we can help you get there but being professional pilot means a lot of different things. We've we've interviewed the chief pilot for your blimps. He probably has a little different path than your most of your clientele. What are you when you meet someone. Maybe at the swim team or out and about and they say charlie. I wanna be professional pilot. What's what does that mean to you. How do you answer that question. What do you tell them. They should be doing to start that career path. We gotta start somewhere right and a lot of it depends are when i'm having a conversation. Are you eighteen or thirty five or forty five or fifty right because the your your has. Your options are different depending on where you are in life and professional pilot. There's lot of different outcomes for that too right so professional pilot am i to be professional. Corporate pilot might be a professional airline pilot. Am i gonna go fly
The Short and Difficult Life of Billie Holiday
"About one of the most iconic jazz singers in history. She let us short and difficult life filled with trial and tragedy though. She had no formal musical training. She had a natural gift for jazz musically and emotionally connecting with audiences. Let's talk about billie holiday. Ellinora fagin was born in nineteen fifteen in philadelphia to teenage parents clarence holiday and sadie fagan soon. After eleanor's birth clarence left the family. He would go on to become a successful guitar and banjo player. But would be largely absent. In eleanor's life cd and ellinora moved to baltimore to live with savings older half sister. Eva miller and eve as mother-in-law martha eleanor would often be left with martha as her mother. An aunt worked jobs that took them out of the house for weeks at a time ellinora. Meanwhile began skipping school at just nine years old ellinora was brought to court on truancy charges and was sent to the house of the good shepherd. A reform school after nine months. Ellinora was paroled. But her homecoming was far from idyllic. Shortly after she returned home she was sexually assaulted by a neighborhood. Man ellinora was taken back into state custody this time for nearly two months upon her release. She dropped out of school at barely. Twelve years old. It was at this time that ellinora still a child store covering from trauma and working as a house cleaner. I heard records by the likes of louis armstrong and bessie smith in nineteen twenty eight. Sadie eleanor's mother moved from baltimore to harlem. The next year ellinora joined her sadie began working as a prostitute for their landlady out of a brothel on one hundred and fortieth street. I some accounts. Elenora ran errands for the brothel by others. Ellinora herself was a sex worker at barely. Fourteen years old over the subsequent three years ellinora began developing her singing. Act eventually landing a performance slot at a harlem nightclub though. She had no formal music training. Ellinora hadn't a neat sense of musical structure and theory jazz and blues genres. Who song rely on a singers. Well of pain and sadness or a natural fit for ellinora though just seventeen. She had already lived and survived a difficult life. She adopted the stage name. Billy after billie dove a favourite actress and started
How Is The Piri Reis Map so Accurate?
"Born around fourteen sixty five in gallipoli. A turkish peninsula across the gene see from greece. Pirie reece's real name was haji. Ahmed mouhidin puree. The word res actually referred to a rank. He acquired later in life. As a captain in the ottoman navy. From a young age. Pirie felt at home on the sea. It only twelve years old. He joined a crew of pirates led by his uncle. Kamal for fourteen years kamala attack christian trading ships in the mediterranean sea with periods side. The islamic ottoman empire was expanding but it wanted to avoid open warfare with italy. Spain and portugal. So it empowered private captains like kamal to do its dirty work period. Uncle taught him how to pilot a ship and navigate. Using the stars together they fought battles and stole plunder. The even rescued jews and muslims fleeing catholic persecution in the spanish peninsula and in fourteen ninety five. The empire officially inducted inducted puree and kamal into the imperial ottoman navy. Kamal died in fifteen ten leaving forty-five-year-old pirie without his captain and mentor freed from obligation. He hung up his pirate boots and turned to his. True passion cartography. He returned to gallipoli and to work on a map that he hoped would capture the whole world on a single page. This daunting task took three to complete period gathered more than twenty different charts created over the preceding two thousand years. One of his sources was an ancient map supposedly drawn from the reign of alexander. The great sometime between three thirty six and three twenty. Three b c e. Many others were drawn by portuguese and arabic explorers to combine all these charts period had to match the contours of each continent's coastlines to each other like fitting together pieces of a puzzle. Even with modern technology. This would be difficult but at the time. The task was nearly
Exploring Sobriety Rooms in Clubhouse - With Justin Lamb
"I'm just lamb. I live in michigan in the united states. I am a podcast. Host of the podcast called friend request. And i also play guitar and saying pursued that for a number of years and my day job that i don't really talk about often as Is an asset accounting super boring. I actually don't like talking about it at all. But it pays the bills while i can do all my other hobbies like the podcast and interviews like this and things like that. Oh that's really interesting. So you wanted these creative people that is actually good with numbers as well because normally thought the one on the other you know. I have a weird theory on that. Because i had to take. I'm going to school to become a therapist right now to waited forever. I got three associate's degrees. Well piney way way through community college. Now i'm going to go to an actual university and get a masters in counseling. Because of that. I had to take a math class recently. And i'm thirty eight years old so i was sitting there with a bunch of you know. Eighteen nineteen year olds taking this math class. And during that time i never touched my guitar. my theory is that it was exercising. The one side of my brain so the other side just wasn't really fascinating. Nineteen who was a leonardo davinci was famous for having for doing both of those things. I'll be next. Don't worry about it right there next to just stay. We've stumbled across each other in the recovery space. haven't we so Tokens is trivial. Y'all substance abuse issues and how that happened and how you started using and and when you stopped you know. I didn't touch anything until the end of high school. I wasn't one of those people that started drinking. You know twelve thirteen. Fourteen years old
How I Discovered Photography with Jo Brunenberg
"Tell me about discovering photography while it all started as you said in in that here and when i was young i i was very much interested in all kinds of technical inventions. I consider photography as kind of a miracle. And i really wanted to know how it works and the of time i was i was lucky to win. An act act. Black camera is very simple box camera but it was a puzzle from the local drugstore show. I was very glad with that with that first camera because i was. I was fourteen years old at that time and with that box camera actually. My first conto photography began at that time. You had to bring your your film roles to photography to have to process and to go tech. Britain's made or a notch argument made a rather soon started to to make contact prints at home from the six nine centimeter negatives. So that was that was by first gabbara and my first experiences bench photography taking images. What is it about practicing photography. That was appealing the most important thing. I think most that you could really capture a moment in time and that you could treat it. That was kind of match magic trick. But i was also interested in the technical side of it on the game right because at that time by any you didn't have internet. You didn't have google. You could go to a library to read a book about photography. But that was only later that i did that kind of savings so it was kind of a secret device and also when i bought my first film roles they had such a especial smell at a kind of chemical smell which was very strange.
Justices Rule for Cursing Cheerleader Over Snapchat Post
"The Supreme Court ruled a public school in Pennsylvania wrongly suspended a cheerleader over a vulgar social media post the ruling was eight to one in favour brandy levy she did not make her school's varsity cheerleading team on Snapchat levy vented using curse words and a raised middle finger I was a fourteen year old kid I was upset I was angry everyone every fourteen year old kid speaks like that at one point levy was not in school at the time but was suspended from junior varsity cheerleading activities for year justice Stephen Bryer ruled the suspension violated Levi's first amendment rights young students and adults like me shouldn't be punished for them expressing their own feelings and letting others know how they feel but the justices did not rule out schools from disciplining students for what they say off campus at Donahue Washington
Your Next Dive - Key Largo
"Last year my goal was to do a segment of your next dive where i featured key largo dive mecca here in the united states. I wanted to time this segment for just after we returned from key. Largo in april of two thousand and twenty. Well we all know how that turned out. We did not get there and again in two thousand and twenty one. We were not able to plan out an excursion as we would have hoped to. Two thousand and twenty two however is on the horizon. But i didn't wanna wait any longer to talk about key largo so here we go with your next dive where we travel to key largo florida. I think i've mentioned it before here on the podcast that my first is after getting a certification where with it's a dive located at the marriott hotel on the overland highway in key largo and it was fantastic. How about your first real dive being on a real historic wreck the city of washington a ship that was in havana harbor when the us main exploded and sank now. There are many reasons to choose key largo as your dive destination. Especially if you live in the eastern part of the united states first off. It's easy to get to. You can either fly into fort lauderdale. Which is my preferred airport. As i find it logistically navigate or miami which is a little closer to key Key largo you just hop in your rental car. That is if you can find one these days and head on down now. Let's talk a little bit about the dive. Operators in key largo as you can imagine being to dive. Mecca that it is. There are quite a number of operators to choose from it's a dive at the marriott is no longer operating but i will talk about two of the operators. I'm familiar with. They are horizon divers and rainbow reef now right after only a couple of months. After i did that first trip to key largo i returned and at that time. I drove with horizon divers back. Then they were located in marina at mile marker one hundred of the overseas highway and that was right next to the courtyard by marriott. Which at the time was a radison. It was very convenient to roll out of bed. Get a quick bite to eat and stroll over to the dive. Shot horizon has moved however and they are now located on the overseas highway at mile marker. One oh six. That's the dive shop in a retail store. Their boats are located about a half a mile up the road next to a place called shipwrecks oceanside now rainbow reef has taken over the old horizon diver facility at the mile marker one hundred marina additionally they also bought out ocean divers on the other side of the marina and have quite a large operation. Now the last time we were in key largo. We stayed at the courtyard and dove with horizon. We were going to go back to key. Largo in two thousand twenty and planned to die with rainbow reef. We didn't make it down there now. If you're looking to do more technical diving then. I think horizon divers maybe a better choice for the shallow reefs that i like rainbow reef might be a good option as they have those big forty six foot newton dive boats now. I have to admit that. I've never done the deeper wrecks down there like spiegel grove. Where the dwayne bid. But i love the shallow wrecks like the city of washington. The hanan bell. Also known as mike's wreck and especially the ben would. They are teeming with fish life and are great places to do fish identification and surveys. You can also experience of great dives on elbow reef molasses reef and french reef another great shallow dive through the book spurring grove. Karl is christ of the abyss. Dry rocks you can grit some great photo opportunities there. The water temperatures in key largo range from the mid seventies in the winter months to the mid eighties in the peak of the summer. When i dove in april of two thousand and nineteen. I was pretty comfortable on the shallow reefs with my three millimeter wetsuit. Only wanna do to morning dives. You can free up your afternoons for some topside adventures. A trip to reef headquarters Is interesting or you can take a tour of the coral restoration foundation and just down. The road is the history of diving museum in l. morada. I was really looking forward to getting to the museum last year and hope that i can make it down there next april. Talk about the dining. While if you're staying at the courtyard on the marina you don't have to get in your car and drive someplace you can just scroll stroll over skippers doc right on the marina. They have some great conch chowder. There and if you want a burger or some pub food than walk a little bit further down to dr sharpies shark bite grill. You'll probably run into some of the dive staff there hanging out now. Another great place to eat is the pilot house and that's located right near the coral restoration foundation very close by and and if you're in the mood for pizza then upper crust pizza at mile marker one zero one point six. Just make sure it's not. Wednesday is their closed. We made that mistake. So as i wrap up this segment. If you've been diving in key largo. I hope that you will agree that it is really a cool place to dive. And if you've never been there. I would encourage you to consider putting a trip there on your counter. I regret having taken fourteen years between visits. I'm not gonna make that mistake again.
The Life of Lynn Conway: Computer Scientist and Transgender Activist
"Lynn conway was born on january. Second nineteen thirty eight in mount vernon new york initially assigned male at birth. She experienced a disconnect between her gender identity and assigned sex from a young age. Lynn new she identified as girl due to the limited knowledge around gender fauria in the nineteen forties and fifties. Lynn was raised as a boy. Lynn was a shy and reserved high school student. She excelled academically specifically in math and science. Her grades earned her spot at mit at the age of seventeen at mit. Lynn studied physics for two years before dropping out as a result of psychological distress with her gender identity. A few years later in nineteen sixty one linen rolled at columbia university. She earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering during this time. Lynn married a woman and the couple had two daughters together. Violet columbia limbs work caught the attention of professor who is a senior leader at ibm. He offered her a job on the ibm research team. That was covertly developing the world's fastest supercomputer. Lynn had secured her dream job. Then in nineteen sixty seven. Lind learned doctor named harry. Benjamin the leading researcher on transgender people and sex reassignment surgery after counseling and hormone treatments lynn decided to undergo gender reassignment surgery. To ease your transition at work lin planned for ibm to change her name on company records and transfer her to a different lab. No one would have to know but ibm corporate disagreed. They feared employees would be upset. If limb secret got out some instead of honoring their promise of finding her a new department. Ibm quietly fired her. On top of losing her job wins wife left her and banned her from having any contact with their daughters. Fourteen years would pass before. Lynn saw her children again despite being ostracized by her company and family. Lynn moved forward with the surgery and completed her transition in nineteen sixty eight.
Dear Prudence, I Miss My Wife’s Face
"The subject is. I miss my wife's face my wife and i have been married for nearly twenty five years and we're both in our late forties in the last few years many of her friends who started getting plastic surgery or talks and face villers. I was a bit surprised when my wife expressed interest but felt. It's her face in her. Perogative occasional botox injections which in my opinion look great have now graduated to regular fillers. I hate it. My wife doesn't look. She looks like she's had work done. She's thrilled with how she looks in any gentle comment. I've made is met with the accusation that i'm focusing on her appearance and not supporting her freedom to make choices. Basically that i'm anti-feminist. I loved her face when it moved. I don't wanna kiss her inflated lips this is killed our sex life but the other day fourteen year old daughter made a comment about wondering when her mother would start expecting her to get botox. I'm fed up and don't know how to talk to my wife about this. Yes i support her right to make her own decisions. But i feel like i also have the right to not like it. I don't want my daughter to think about doing this. As part of her freedom of choice please help.
"fourteen years" Discussed on KTRH
"I know here we are fourteen years later said where these are of talking he's not here hold on the moon didn't have you plotted out Melba nobody made all our requirements well I'm I'm an old lady I'm over eighty years old how are you when I was dating him back in September so you just you just barely qualifies yeah I've been waiting to qualify okay you've been getting the senior citizen discount for twenty five years now well I didn't actually I'm from Texas originally I've lost my twine but that's when I started listening to you and you start talking about Beaumont and for our turn around a month ago actually hello okay that's where a George Jones spent a good part of his life Ernie words and where do you live now our room and Damon hello David Houston I'm surprised hardly anyone knows where Damon only reason I know is there's a guy that owns a place called Damon lakes and I've been out there fishing it's a little pricey it's it's nothing fancy missile private fishing club a new journal in Bucks a month or something any come out there and he encourages father son fishing is a super nice guy and that's on a we're Damon is he's got he's got a bunch of lakes after yeah well it it is going to be mailed to you know Damon man if you come in and not look like a great big city you know was not then throw it at all how did you end up and Damon here in the nineteen fifty I think my family and we kind of we would stay near a wall then we would go back the sex and funny one of my sisters married someone from here and I came down in the summer in the morning tommerritt Hammond St rest known stayed in East Texas who was the fellow you met I'm sorry what was the fellow's name that you met I'll tell you just tell us first name almost everybody knows who I am anyway well just tell his first name first name is James James is he still with us I'm sorry is he still with us he passed away three years ago my destiny a long time there are some pretty much by myself do you have kids for yeah for do they come visit one that lives here and one is in Idaho and more than usual I don't see them very often so what's a day in the life flight for you member what time do you get up what happened to him who are here now we're hearing aids in both ears and and for some reason I'm not hearing you real well okay what time do you get up in the morning what time I go to bed if I take a nap in the day I go to bed late if I don't I'll get up early this morning I got up at four o'clock and then what do you do well the whole world this will would you will for me in Ramon to put here in the studio sure that we can say mobile made that for us do you ever go to convention no because that I don't drive and I have to get someone to take me and you know that goes yeah how do you address right do what how do you girls right you go to that delayed delayed delivery of groceries to your how do you do that I can go I can go to the small town is give him all the way I feel proud but I don't drive traffic what town grocery store they have their I love grocery stores thank you very okay I like the old I like when people tell me they have a little like a Piggly wiggly era you know an old market basket or a Brooks brothers was it not Brookshire brothers I like the little grocery stores in little towns that have been there yeah well the start when a key VK late what everybody else out of business right now the please tell me you drive a Buick no have you ever had a what do you drive all right now brown for the escape I think my mail to your room and I had you an Oldsmobile I did at one one when are my husband I first got merry leads all on in nineteen fifty five a brand new when yeah no you know what I stand for no people always say stand for some but I never figured that one out so do you listen our show everyday mobile I'm sorry to keep that they listen to our show every day every day yeah what does that mean well if I go to the doctor yes said go to the tourney so let it go to the dentist well I usually near do you go to the doctor to would you go the lawyer for redoing my way only and is in a trust everything that across the road I have to go the the one that made up the trust do you do you sometimes change will depend on how people behave in now no one's own I when I first made it well I didn't realize that I needed to put put stuff in there that couldn't be changed because it's the irreversible trust so they certain things that I wanted certain kids they have and if they'll get mad about it with instead of to do it well no but thank you for calling and thank you for listening to the program yeah we enjoyed it all right have a good day the smell she's sweet I didn't have her in a Ford escape though did you I act was not what I expected mobile would be Dr.
"fourteen years" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Fourteen years they're going to grow up thinking involves sports they're gonna be involved boyfriends girlfriends are gonna learn how to drive to do this who's got the dog not them so I said the question is do you really want a dog and you're right you're not the child and then they go and call it a move away a lot of the dog very few colleges allow you to bring your dog to school with you yeah and then the kids going to be so busy in school the dog's gonna be ignored anyway yeah yeah visions I mean yeah but the lady who we thought was going to be your membership card back in or social thing which you might as well have gotten an English bulldog but couldn't go on the walks just because a good brief I mean would be happy and sociable but wouldn't do all that checklist things and then there's the other aspect of it is choosing the right breeder mixture slippery so many people see our dogs and we have the trainers here kindred spirits there's a lot of herding dogs and the hurting ducks I like herding cats because they're smart they're bendable they love to train they love to work they love to do stuff they're incredibly loyal they watch me like I'm a goddess I mean who else is going to make you feel like that and people say our dogs that are well trained well behaved patient work in the class look absolutely awesome and they want to talk just like that how many times they come to class I want my dad to do exactly that okay so I heard this story and I am sorry that I did not take note of who said it okay but I absolutely love it trainer was working her dog in public and a woman came up to her and said that's wonderful what kind of dog is that I want one just like that and the trainer looked her dead in the eye and said it's trained no no I know but I won't what is that she goes it's a trained dog and I think she said she repeated it for five times yeah before the woman kind of got it yeah and then wandered off but that's the discussion we have is yes bones and hero like us are great dogs they're wonderful dogs for me yells is both and he couldn't could not have gone to a pet home and be happy he's a working dog he's a hard core working that he's smart he's tenacious hero softer but he still wouldn't be happy in a poodle he wants to do stuff and so they are trained dogs in I know what their needs are and I meet their needs I take my Jack Russell terrier to the nursing home and sometimes the staff for other visitors will stop is that a Jack Russell just like me right Eddie on Frasier those are such good dogs and call one going to get one of those wait wait no I don't want to do yeah well we see it lately with the the husky so many hats because I believe the game okay there and I was talking to one of our new students students who adopted right rescue the husky and that that's what she had heard which is looking around that love these are turned in because the game of thrones I said yeah but those are trained dogs they don't come to you that way yeah and so many now are being turned in because turned into rescue yeah yeah yeah your vision I mean I used to feel bad but I have my rob later if people would say oh well that's she's wonderful we'll get one like that no rob letter is a very specific kind of breed.
"fourteen years" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"What will you create today? Sarah used to spend a lot of time hanging out at the Bowery poetry club. The premier spoken word venue in New York City, she listened and she learned when she was fourteen years old. She started performing her own poetry and eventually joins the Bowery poetry clubs slam teed in the years since she has performed in major venues and published several books including be which was ranked the number one selling poetry book on Amazon. She also founded project voice an organization that uses spoken word poetry as a tool for literacy and youth empowerment, Sarah. K welcome to design matters. Hello, sarah. We just had you read a poem as our cold open of the show today. Tell us a little bit about what you read. So I have a friend named Cava Akbar. Who is also my. Co author of a column that three of us right for the Paris review online and one time cover posted this photo that he had found on the internet, which was that scientists had dissected the heart of a blue whale and hung it from the ceiling. And when they did that it's how they figured out that the heart of a blue whale is so big that each chamber of the heart is big enough for a human to stand up inside of and one cover shared this photo. He shared it with the caption. This is just a reminder that the universe has already written the poem you are planning on writing. And at the time. I was like, oh, no I'm out here. Trying to be original. I'm trying to invent new stuff. What do you mean? The universe is already thought of everything this is Darryl and it really got under my skin. But then not too long after that. I saw this video that was making the rounds online that maybe you sow where there these birds called starlings that fly in big formations called murmur, Asians, and it's like a cloud of birds, and they usually move. And eight morpheus shapes. But someone had happened to catch a video of these birds and all at the same time the birds moved and formed the shape of a Starling in the sky. Oh, well, I did not see when I saw this video the I thought I had was the universe has already written. The fall of you were planning on writing. And for some reason in that moment it no longer upset me. And instead I thought well, maybe it's not my job to invent something new with each poem. Maybe it just means that it's my turn to hold something to the light for a moment. And consider it for whatever time. I have do you think that it is still possible though to create original art, I don't know. And I also think that maybe thinking about it too much prevents me for making any art at all. So not to say, I don't care, but I try not. To worry about it too much. I mean, I think it's so interesting that the notes that we use to make music or the letters that we use to make words and then sentences, and then paragraphs and stories and poems or the ingredients that we use to make food. They're all pretty fixed at this point. You know, not too many people are inventing a new ingredient, we're all creating the same things from the same things. And yet there are unique voices. And I do believe that you are one of them. Well, thanks now. I understand that. You are a smoothie expert. Yes. Wow. Expert is a is a strong claim. But story, I'll take it. What does that mean to his just means I really love? This is a funny place to start. I really love fruit juice and fruit in general. My mom's family are all southern California growers of produce, and mainly strawberries, but also. So green beans and other crops as well. And so I grew up with a lot of berries in my life. And I just love a good smoothie, and there's like secrets people always think they should use like orange juice as a base, but orange juice has a really strong flavor. So it really tampers with the overall smoothie we could really talk about. We'll just tell me what what what what would be your recommended base. Well, it depends. What you're you know, what you're in the mood for but pair to is a much softer harder to find obviously. But as a much softer taste and doesn't affect the overall smoothie.
"fourteen years" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Will I have about fourteen years in the mortgage business? And I started out as a loan officer cut my teeth learning in the subprime world. Which was a little scary back. Then decided that wasn't where I wanted to this day. So I became the account executive for a nationwide lender. And did really well there then we had the meltdown in two thousand eight. So I went to a national mortgage Bank. And I was the lending services manager for the entire company to you know, how this works. I know how all this works. I've done basically everything in the mortgage business except under right? Yeah. Yeah. I would be it would be very very wise of me to recommend to the listener trial care as first time homebuyer, I don't care if somebody that self employed. I don't care what you're doing. You're thinking about buying a home, and you want some is individual attention. Write this number down. You'll be glad you did four six nine four eight zero seventy seven ninety. Nine four six nine four eight zero seven seven nine nine now, John. Thank you for that little background. You're welcome DeAnne sellers. What what kind of advice, do you again them marching for in two thousand nineteen in the end of two thousand eighteen well, I think that, you know, salaries have to reassess their situation and have to be very on point when it comes to pricing condition in their in their web presence because most buyers are going to start their excuse me start their search online like ninety to ninety five percent are going to look at the homes before I even have a chance to even discussed the home with them. So they're going to form an opinion. So, you know, you need to be careful about who's taking the pictures. What the pictures look like because I mean, I've seen some bizarre pictures that I'm like what three year old took that picture need professional photographers, you need to spend the money for that kind of stuff. You know, this is a very large financial transaction you you don't get by by cutting corners. So you have to be off from the seller about not only we're going to do professional pictures. You might wanna bring a stage rain, you might have to bring a stage to help get the house into into shape because you literally have one chance to celebrate you come through and they leave and they don't think about your house again. It's over. You want them to come back for the second showing look at it again. So you've got to make sure that the house is is spit up and in the best possible condition, and it's a hassle. I know you got to pick up the toys, you gotta keep stuff off the counters. Yeah. But you know, we're talking hundreds of thousands of dollars transaction here. You know mean why wouldn't you go a little extra mile to make sure that right? It's not too, you know, and so you have all these people that can be your support group of professional, photographers, stagers, even painting. We have painting services that will come in and recommend, you know, freshening up some of the rooms to make him. Look like what buyers are seeing today in the new housing market. They're using a lot of the grays and whites so bars are kind of gravitating towards that. And so now, we're seeing people having to start painting their houses before not so much. They could get away with a lot more because there was just not enough inventory and too many buyers circling around those homes like sharks. Sure, sure. Ona talk about get your opinion on this as an advice category for the seller. How important is it to listen to the agent one that's pricing. It's staging is putting yourself on putting your best foot forward as.
"fourteen years" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Fourteen years and over seven hundred transactions and he's still. Because every house let's face. It is unique every property is different. Every seller is different. What if someone who's been in that house for forty five years added happen? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the electricals not today. Well, the thing you have to realize you could take a house and have the exact same problem come up. You've got an electric panel situation in a basement wall crack, and you're going to have a buyer and a seller in one transaction that are going to deal with it one way. And then you can have a different buyer and a seller. They're going to take the same house with the exact same problems in deal with the differently. And that's why as an agent you need to be able to adjust to what the buyers and the sellers what their emotions are like what their Bank account allows. You know, there's all kinds of different things that come into play. It's not just how you feel. But do I have the money to fix this? What I'd do. I care if I fix it. Maybe I don't really care if I move, you know, there's all kinds of emotions that come into play. And you got to be able to roll within emotions are very important. But that's why you have an agent. Involved in this that they can take the emotions out of it manage it real amend a little bit. That's actually a great point. Because that's where the problem comes in with the for sale by owners when the buyers and the sellers deal with each other directly, the emotions are butting heads in the transaction. And it's hard for anybody to separate themselves from it and as an agent that's a big part of our job as we can stand in the middle and say, okay, okay. Think about this a slowdown now sleep on it overnight. And then we get back to the other side the other parties, and we say, okay, you guys think about it this way or let me give you another suggestion. Offended by an offer. I know a lot. Defensive because it's. A lot of blood and sweat equity and do that maybe they did the remodeling by themselves, and they take a lot of pride in that. How when you're on your offering me X amount of dollars. Yeah. Well, and that's a that's a big part of why I'm in the office more than these guys. These guys are very good at dealing with the people, and I'm more good at staring at a computer and dealing with the numbers. And I realized that over the years that you're banking. I love to be out there with the people and meet the people and put the deals together. But I'm not good at dealing with the emotions Craig and dawn and all the other agents, we have they're very good at at the hand holding sometimes that needs. Sometimes you need, you know, put your foot down and draw a line in the sand to, but they're very good at going to both sides of that. And I think that's normal. I mean, that's human nature by were golden. We get emotional about the Packer games. Castle.
"fourteen years" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting
"I was thirteen or fourteen years old or things that I saw about my dad when I was eight years old that I didn't even realize I was grabbing onto and one of the things that this book underlined for me was that I had a really hard reset point. When I was thirty years old. Why realized man I am not going about this in a way that I'm really totally proud of and realizing that made me take a step back and kind of re-embrace a lot of the values that I learned when I was a kid, and I don't know that I'd ever put that puzzle together about myself so much. I don't think I ever realized that a lot of the things that were very positive guides and like a good moral compass for me about how to approach my career had nothing to do with things I learned doing comedy but more about like seeing how hard my dad worked in how he treated people around him seeing. How much jobs I had when I was eighteen or nineteen taught me about things how much music. Became the model that I replicate it way more than comedy, you know. You know, being thirteen years old going to my first ever concert, which was a punk show in a church basement. And watching these bands where I was thirteen in all the kids were sixteen remembering oh, these kids just went and made it happen that that directly goes back to why I went to public access, and it's not something that I had fully put all of the puzzle pieces together on before sat down wrote this. What we end every episode by asking our guests some of the same questions. Okay. Ask you some of what whether you saw a movie watch TV show watched a standup said listen to a song. What's the last kind of pop culture thing that you did? And what did you think of it? The last thing that I experienced let's see the most recent thing. That I experienced I know I just saw a movie, but I can't remember what I because I see too many moves I will say the the thing that jumps out is not the most recent technically I've seen a movie since then, but I saw David burning concert. A well, the King's Theatre in Brooklyn..
"fourteen years" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"The question was fourteen years ago right but i want to make the point for listeners that partly which was a game changer and the reason why he's a criminal investigation was reopened in two thousand fifteen was the fact that the associated press ap requested that the depositions so let me back up or second so fourteen years ago when all of this so what's the statute if this was within the statue what is the statute in pennsylvania like how long the top my head to be honest it is it i i don't know they were clearly within it but here's the thing that fourteen years ago when this went down and there was a civil lawsuit right andrea content to bill cosby like i just mentioned he paid three point eight million dollars to settle it during the course of that loss those were there were depositions take it and the at requested that the judge unsealed those depositions so the other judge that presided over that case and that and the judge mentioned the fact that copies of public moralist that he goes on these rants that he traveled around the country how his stature as america's dad unquote and as a public more or less to release the deposition portions of the deposition statements because they found it relevant and because of the release of those portions of depositions work be you know confessed basically confirmed that he drives these women and had sex with them but the issue in his mind was just consent that is what reopened the criminal investigation in two thousand fifteen so it wasn't just about that that the that she filed charges recently it's that new evidence came to light in two thousand fifteen and naval criminal investigation to be reopened and chargers subsequently brought so that's the most important i i was just what i was asking about the statue of limitations i was just thinking out loud that he almost got away with all of it it's really pretty remarkable when you think about it i mean how how much predation this guy engaged in based on all the accusations now he's a convicted sex offender but he he almost got away with it all i mean almost but it speaks to the tanaz two of the da's office.
"fourteen years" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"He got out of bed and walk downstairs to check it out and that's when he smelled something burning he opened the garage door and saw nothing but black smoke and flames so the daughter realized that the wifi was out but didn't realize their garage was on fire she's fourteen years old since a price you it turned out there dryer had malfunctioned started a fire and somehow that's what made the internet cutout so luckily patrick got there in time to put out the fire with an extinguisher afterwards he had to be treated for smoking latian all because this fourteen year old couldn't go to bed without her wifi fourteen year olds that are like see mom cd i saved the whole house this next laser story is out of boston last week a woman intentionally rammed a guy's car during an argument over a parking space and then took off the guy called the cops to report the hit and run and so they asked him to describe the woman but there was a problem the woman had been wearing a low cut dress and the only thing that guy could remember was the color of her top and maybe her cup size she's running the car and he's like oh boobs red shirt boom such a sad state men the police report says the man couldn't tell them what the woman looked like what type of car she was driving or her license plate number but he said quote he was able to give a detailed description of the suspects cleavage so at this point cops don't have any suspects except pretty much every woman with boobs and it's the first time that someone's like thank god he wasn't looking at my face down here buddy laser story is out of fashion headquarters pink starbursts are pretty well known as most popular starburst but are they big enough to have their own business.
"fourteen years" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The used car sales manager i'm so glad to have you at gordon chevrolet i know you're with us for years when did something else for a while and you're back with us would just awesome yeah correct i started in nineteen ninetyseven stayed fourteen years and then i left for six years i still in the car business but had a chance to come back to guatemala in when back home nineteen ninetyseven what was the first car you sold the first car sold was a chevy tahoe twodoor tahoe and ninety five but a sort of twodoor tahoe and hooked ever since you know those are getting pretty valuable yeah they were there were there were popular then for sure what was the last year i wanna say ninety eight was that the last two to tahoe ninety nine ninety nine classic the whole body style what spawned your interest in cars i don't know that it was the interest in cars it was just the interest not to work for my dad anymore definitely plan your six dollars an hour and you haven't worked sixty hours a week and your buddy says hey got you don't mind the hours you need to get in the car business and i was like hey let's try it you know i mean i had a old k car so cars wondering keiko that's what i was driving so when like i had anything so you first car you ever saw with tahoe what has been some cars over the years.
"fourteen years" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"People say you don't take enough risks or i should take more risks or that's not who took me a risk i don't know i don't know i'm just i'm just saying that you know if for me it's like i've never taken it for granted that the show is coming back i just now recently feel like you know because i know were probably just going to do two more seasons in that will be it would have always felt like the show king the ratings king dive at any minute look at these tv shows one minute they're hot the next minute nolan's watching ratings skin go from twelve million to five million overnight i mean those ratings on empire dole's yours doll you don't know you can't take anything for granted evernote so i try not to so so i mean there's been actors come goal in this show i mean there's been so many different uh you know obviously there's guest stars there's you know there's the mic dreamy part in you know what i mean there's so many different people that have been on the on the show in for fourteen years when i say great actors that you've stood across even going into you know films who are the people that like have stuck out few a during the fourteen years like when you're across the number like real like oh shit dismal fokker's really good well i gotta tell you the one that's coming to my most recently is because they just finished wrapping it was i just didn't episode scott speedmen okay and on who hasn't been on the network show in a very long time right he's on that show animal kingdom which he just is is not on that show anymore but he just finished his his tour on that show in came to graze for one episode and and i was like i had a great time with him i had a great scott he was really good really connect.
"fourteen years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Pet care as they get older and you need to combat eight that end and the other part about it is people say well my my cats twelve years old now yeah i understand that it sounds horrible you're going to get another one because you're cat person your dog's fourteen years old yeah you tell me you're not going to get another dog rather plan for another dog in your life than not have one because more likely than not you're going to do it you're going to you're going to break down in you're going to miss that remember michael i mean you're how does your kid twelve twelve remember when h three h four h five you would walk in and rank it's this right now day when he walks in the house the kids get the happy feet with their feeder jumping up and down in the runup daddy daddy daddy your dog does that to you every day you come home it doesn't matter of that dog is two years old are 17 years old i'm the imagine your fourteen year old i don't know how we have experienced a mind where fourteen mostly it was a grunt unless they want something right right right here and even the dinner time where we sat down the dinner together and even that's half the time was point t to get them to say anything that they other than or are growing up or which school or a but the dog your cat they're always happy to see you and you're gonna want that bonded you're going to want that relationship to rekindle a new relationship just like that and you're going to want to take care of them as they get older just like we want to make sure you're taking care and it's an important part of the budget these are the type of things that you're looking for from your financial planner if it's more than just tell me how to invest your money because you know what i'm telling you right now somebody who will tell you.
"fourteen years" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"My job is done pay take the over he can keep its mouth shut just like the article said i'm going through a sports illustrated what would the coach said he would tell the player with one thing in the var ball would go right behind his back and tell me to do something else or i wouldn't do that i wouldn't do there now you're getting an opportunity to see who and what lebar ball he two things can be true i support lebar ball hit the his ability to try to be an entrepreneur he wanted to do his thing with the shoe game he didn't get the help or didn't have the inside or the input from nike od'd of unarmed you know what i'ma bill be is you hey i'm jumping all both fees get let me give me a pivotal thing when they give you okay fine i'm good with it but you're going too far enough said this several several times i play professional sports for fourteen years scale win a pair a family member a significant other or someone close to said player says something people assume be fair unfair but especially those in the locker room that is coming from a player this in the locker room if called calls a problem and he doesn't get it this is not about no how does what he's how does what what he sane make laws will better you can't talk you funding into being a better player he's gonna be what he's going to be now you can get all the light emitted in all that others go a lot of people love what you're doing luck or or lebar they do but there is a problem with in you just don't seem to see now was reported that the boers was supposed to go to a with the team this week in the team with cameras the board didn't show up i see it as soon as this facebook things wrap the boy going to be back here in the state almost stand by their capacity i don't get this he he's he's turning lonzo now maybe maybe there's some truth to it maybe there's not but what do you think the players been looking at longer lament i can't tell you anything that is correct we just got rid of a guy they couldn't keep it marsha.
"fourteen years" Discussed on WLOB
"Announced its plan on facebook and users did not take kindly to the fact that the holy donate partnered with the salvation army to help children in need commenters took issue with the partnership alleging that the salvation army has a history of discriminating against the lgbt community the salvation army has denied that it described it is against anybody for any reason the salvation army has a page on its website that addresses the rumors that has an anti lgbt agenda we need your help in ending these rumors the post reads they can persuade people not to give which in turn diminishes our resources and our ability to serve people in crisis we serve any where there is need without discrimination a west bath man who furnished a fatal dose of heroin to a former girlfriend was sentenced tuesday to fourteen years in federal prison mickey geli aged thirty five was sentenced in us district court in portland after pleading guilty on august first gillies supplied heroin and fencing all to a former girlfriend with whom he was prohibited from having contacts because of bail conditions stemming from a previous domestic violence case the woman died from using the drugs gillick failed to call emergency personnel because as he admitted he feared being arrested for violating his bail conditions sports in the forecast next on newstalk w l o b one two one him trump jerry i just can't my muscles are so sore what you need is some soothing relief when i get aches and pains i just reach for the tiger balm tiger balm does that really work you bet it does tiger balm's blend of essential oils is fast proven pain relief tiger balm works where it hurts jerry rice after all these years you still get sore you.
"fourteen years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Amy jo johnson it will come to you they'll come to you i want to embark my dad fourteen years old or are now on thirty seven now it would top i mean i it was hard because i really didn't really you know fourteen you don't know a lot yet they'll go i can't say for sure how i feel it more now because i have a little kid now and i feel like i wanna be wouldn't look much can with my kid and just now and how time is short by bitch alone yet i chose the hard work hard big knock go down hill i work hard right out of high school because that was hacked the icecool working i i i mean i've that would have learning he really got a hard time to lose the dead yeah i yeah i would have to say what i mean i i again it was hard but now we go carnival guerin happening so i don't really have much to elaborate on my my worst but i would it was a terrible were why could be any time my mom looked very well jerry with all of the mutual this art was what what was it something that happens suddenly to your dad or was he six in the new diabetes so you know obviously act what you have you guys have but now more widely can get the beef and all that it's a lot easier to control no awadi correct than what it what back then obviously and it was just a whole undertaking could i ask you one thing before we have to break for traffic and ask you.
"fourteen years" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell
"Practices are super competitive a lotta time here and guys who at each other and it's not that uncommon how many times though did you witness somebody throw an actual punch other other and portland san only or the lake thousand basketball for fourteen years in the nba and we had some real physical battles and not once that i see of tea may go another made physically i see now lot of trashtalking m f of this m f for that you can't this you can't do this you can that this kind of stop and you knock on track based basketball talking but not to who had came to fisticuffs of saint never seen it oh my forces no and portland i'm a claes he seen a doubt it and go and say now he's out he says he's he he has a lot of cousin out of the of the anybody through punchline what jury modesty on are not going to say we all know that come on at that is widely reported 'dream dra have i have exchanges of ideas whose lives okay so just two days for the seasonopener against the raptors michael this is what happened according to sports illustrated congressional heritage in bobby portis were involved in an altercation apparently they were shoving each other and they were talking whatever and then portas now it says in here shamsher us rainiest said this it says sucker punch suck up what i heard two now caught him off guard at would you love so so there is pushing and shoving and everything but apparently portis wasn't plane and punched mira titian the face michael now they say concussion and a macs in max larry fractures that means that your job right yeah so we'll congested broke his jaw amchan cost him with one punch his teammate now breaking news apparently he has been suspended for eight games by the bulls i'll i wonder you you're you're inpractice situations as army deferred you on this how should the bulls handle this at what was her as a reaction.
"fourteen years" Discussed on WSB-AM
"A natural salesperson i wore pretty mac and but that being said i'm a little on and converted cried wit and are not a member and concrete clap i don't have a huge database within ninety percent of raila and getting lane and within then how have you been because you've been successful for you said fourteen years yeah yeah that's working for you now i've been a member ever came before i have hat doubt my network on work experience people have got hadn't appac and you know they've at any fat um you know you get a certain level and unless you're in backing karna manning in lean generation now it kinda difficult survive found am i get my founded on our final and gone you know if difficult it well i i would i would i hearing you is that you're selling you yourself short because you're fatigued from what you've been doing because let me tell you something the bernau in real estate is usually because somebody you'll get in it and they don't have that sales neck if you've been in fourteen years you've got it you just don't want do it any more you might be right about that and i'll be honest with a current market this market has brought out the worst and fire and fowler and it it browbeating in our knowing i'm sorry what kind of things make you say that well seller they are egg that thing get way over the market value for their home and that will turn around and a fat pig ac he hurt you for below market value i mean at the gun smiling right now because and who said renou paying a high price give it see that's always been the way it has p when they're they're wearing their cellars hat they think they're houses worth zillion ones yet the buyer they wanna find somebody's going to sell their house for much less than what it's worth.
"fourteen years" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Them know this is what we while what you up to alpay yesterday really mind walled on this on the way it a great and i can't believe that iskoe long they thank you mike i couldn't agree with you more look my father k a fled communism came to canada he was i think fourteen years of age he finished high school sixteen seventeen he couldn't go to college yet work here to help feed his family my grandfather and grant all the kids went to work the my dad worked on a factory floor at seventeen years of age and so i remember growing up my father would always say this to me and my grandfather if you go to university you better study son because you have no idea what an immense privilege it is i never i never had the chance to go to university grandad never had the chance to go to university your great grand death and we can profoundly of peasants back in eastern europe in the old country you want to privilege it is to go to university and if the parents i don't think they're paying or to wish i think the parents either the there in debt or the parents are footing the bill so i'm thinking if your parents are working this hard to pay your way through your part of the way through university and this is how you behave i forgive me but sometimes they need a good walk they really do they need a good wack journal you want away in a willing betcha the student loan bill gets addressed to a g soros somewhere picks up their student loan deals on the island lin in myth through in go ahead lin thank you for the crown a little fake hammamet attract.