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More than 6,300 virus patients were sent to New York nursing homes
"State officials in New York today admitted that hospitals released more than 6300 recovering Corona virus patients into nursing homes during the height of the pandemic. However, they insist that the policy wasn't to blame for the nation's highest nursing on death Tall, which Top 6 400 deaths, instead contend the virus spread through nursing homes was driven by more than 20,000 infected workers, many of whom they claim kept going to work. Your governor and you. Cuomo reversed that nursing on policy after nearly two months.
Amy Cooper charged after calling police on Black bird watcher
"The white woman who was captured in a viral video on Memorial Day as she called the police on a black bird watcher in Central Park in New York City has been criminally charged. The Manhattan district attorney is charging Amy Cooper with falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. It's a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail. The woman was captured in a video that went viral. She was seen calling 911. And telling an operator that an African American man in Central Park was threatening her. That man was a bird watcher, and he was trying to get her to put her dog on the leash. 57 year old Christian Cooper is on the board of the New York Audubon Society, Steve
Amy Cooper Faces Charges After Calling Police on Black Bird Watcher in New York City
"Knows A new development today for a New York woman who called police on a black man who was bird watching in Central Park Amy Cooper is being prosecuted for she is a white woman who called 911 and claimed she was being threatened by a black man who asked her to leash your dog in New York's Central Park. She's charged with filing a false police report. Cooper's attorney says she'll fight it. Give, and she's already lost her job and livelihood and asking, quote. Now, some demand her freedom that Piper CBS NEWS New York, Cooper is charged with making a false claim to a 911
Children are among the victims of July 4 weekend gun violence across the US
"Was a really violent one or in terms of shootings, gun violence in a number of cities across the country are going to break down some of the numbers just to give you an idea and, unfortunately included small Children. Across the country. A seven year old girl in Chicago shot in the head while she was playing with some friends. On Saturday. A 14 year old killed in a separate Chicago shooting Washington D. C. 11 year old boy shot and killed while running into the house to grab a phone charger. At least 24 people were shot in Atlanta on Saturday into Sunday evening for them died, including an eight year old girl. Who was driving in a car with her mom and a friend, and it has people like the mayor of Atlanta. Very, very concerned. We're fighting the enemy was in Well, we're shooting each other up on our streets in that sitting shot and killed a baby That is Atlanta Mayor Key shit. Lance bottom. She held a press conference after the shooting to talk about the tragedy. And if I'm not mistaken, Christina's she also at one point in time with in the past recent weeks. Talked about the need to defund the police department as well. Right? This is happening in other cities, this movement, obviously to defund the police department. And if you talk to police unions, they say that you know, morale is at an all time low among police department. That's awesome Video out of New York, where 11 people were shot and killed over the weekend of NYPD car rolling through a neighborhood as people just like tossed bottles at it, and the officers did not get out of the car. So apparently they disbanded this anti crime unit and a lot of the officers are retiring. There just their morale is low, and the union at least says This is part of the reason why we are seeing this crime spike that people are criminals are emboldened to come out because they know that they probably won't be arrested. Here's another audio clip from mayor Bottoms from Atlanta, talking about the passion that she sees right now towards ending community violence that she has seen towards police reform. Do you want people to take a seriously? You want. You don't want us to lose his movement that we we can't can't lose lose each each other. other. Here's Here's one one more more clip clip from from their their bottoms bottoms from from Atlanta. Atlanta. This This random random Wow! Wow! Wow, Wow, Wes, Wes, shoot shoot him him up. up. Because you can It's gotta stop. It has to stop. But the problem is when you talk about like New York City, and they pull all of those officers off the streets, and you talked about the increased they've had a 200% increase in shootings, 116 shootings took place in New York since officers were reassigned. That was in June 15th. To July 2nd, that same number that same time for him last year. 38 shootings 1 16/38 right one year and you know they've talked and in the cities where they're talking about defending the police. They've talked about putting other community safety professionals in place that hasn't happened and if it did I don't know if you want to send them out if people are shooting, no, especially if they're unarmed, So they're just Yeah, it's an issue. It's an issue that we're seeing. And there's a cause and effect here. Yeah, we wanted to bring you just some of the headlines making Ah, making news this morning in Atlanta in Chicago and in New York out to
Chicago, New York City gun violence spikes over July 4th weekend
"One yet is in custody for the shooting death of Granada of Jones, a 14 year old killed Saturday night in Inglewood. He was among eight people that was shot in 6100 block of South Carpenter. In that same shooting, an 11 year old boy suffered a graze wound. And a 15 year old boy had a gunshot wound to the abdomen in the city of New York. Pretty violent weekend there as well. They saw 49 people shot eight deaths and the president tweeting about the violence both here and there in Chicago, saying quote Chicago, New York City crime numbers are way up. Shootings up significantly in New York City, where people are demanding that Governor Cuomo act. Now federal government is ready, willing and able to help if asked, although in the past mayor like foot, then Governor Pritzker here in Illinois have turned down any federal help
Shootings reported in Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia over violent July 4th Weekend
"Chicago. A seven year old girl was one of 14 people shot and killed over the holiday weekend. In all, 77 people were shot in the past three days in that city. In New York City. Meanwhile, there were 21 shootings reported over a nine hour stretch on Sunday and in Philadelphia five homicides amid more than 20 shooting incidents over the weekend.
NYC enters Phase 3 reopening
"New York City enters phase three every opening today but indoor dining is off the list officials decided last week to hold off on allowing indoor dining indefinitely out of concerns that it would cause a spike in new coronavirus cases at the heart of new York's virus outbreak new infections reach daily totals of more than ten thousand and desktop seven hundred now deaths have been in the single digits according to state health officials under phase three tattoo parlors and other personal care businesses like nail salons will be allowed to welcome customers so far we opening have been allowed for retail stores and offices the rest of the states regions have already moved into phase three or past it Julie Walker New York
NYC enters Phase 3 reopening
"New York City enters phase three every opening today but indoor dining is off the list officials decided last week to hold off on allowing indoor dining indefinitely out of concerns that it would cause a spike in new coronavirus cases at the heart of new York's virus outbreak new infections reach daily totals of more than ten thousand and desktop seven hundred now deaths have been in the single digits according to state health officials under phase three tattoo parlors and other personal care businesses like nail salons will be allowed to welcome customers so far we opening have been allowed for retail stores and offices the rest of the states regions have already moved into phase three or past it Julie Walker New York
Gottlieb says U.S. "right back where we were" at earlier virus peak
"Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner. He's on regularly. On CNBC during the weekdays and usually on CBS's phase, the Nation. On the weekends. They asked him about the overall status of where we are right now. Around the United States. Here's doctor got leave on CBS earlier today. Well, I think right now we're where we were when New York City was having its peak epidemic. If you look back in New York City Peak, we had about 34,000 cases a day. At the time. We were probably diagnosing one in 20 infections, so that meant we were having 700,000 new infections a day. Right now, We're gonna have about 60,000 infections a day this week. Maybe we'll reach 75,000 or get close to it. We're probably diagnosing one in 12 infection, CDC said one in 10 a few weeks ago. It's probably one in 12 now because we're falling behind. That means we have about 700,000 infections and day nationally. So we're right back where we were at the peak of the epidemic during the New York outbreak, the difference now Is that we really have one epicenter of spread when New York was going through its hardship. Now we really have four major happy centers have spread Los Angeles cities in Texas cities in Florida, Arizona and Florida looks to be in the worst shape and George is heating up a CZ well, and that's concerning And as I mentioned at the top of the show this remark by President Trump This weekend, about 99% of the corona virus cases. Are harmless. Everybody on the talk show circuit this morning was getting asked about that, including Dr Gottlieb. Here's what he had to say. About President Trump's remarks. Well, I'm not really sure what he's referring to. He might be referring to the number of people who get hospitalized based on a number of people who get infected, which is probably less than 5% when you count all the asymptomatic infection and infection, young people that might not be getting diagnosed. But certainly more than 1% of people get serious illness from this. About 60% of people who get infected become symptomatic. About 10 to 15% of them will develop some form of covert pneumonia and somewhere around 2 to 5% might get hospitalized, depending on what age mixes of of the people who are getting infected, so this is still a pretty bad virus.
New York City preps for Phase 3 without indoor dining
"Preparing for Phase three of the reopening process tomorrow, but without indoor dining, which was originally part of the plan. Governor Cuomo pulling the plug after seeing the spike in Corona virus cases in dozens of states across the country. But personal care services getting the green light, including nail and tanning salons, as well as tattoo and massage parlors, but all will be restricted to 50% capacity. Soccer fields will be allowed to reopen and outdoor basketball, tennis, volleyball and handball also will now be permitted. Meanwhile,
N.Y. Officials Halt Indoor Dining, Alarmed by Virus Rise
"Cuomo announced yesterday there were 726 new cases of covert 19 on Friday, representing a positive rate of 1.16%. That is actually an improvement from the previous day. Meanwhile, indoor dining with restrictions in New York City restaurants was set to begin tomorrow. But Cuomo has ordered that delayed in light of dozens of states, which we're seeing a spike in the virus after reopening. New
9/11 Memorial Plaza in New York City Reopens After Coronavirus Pandemic Closure
"Sign of the city's at Corona virus Come back the September 11th Memorial Plaza reopened today in Lower Manhattan, almost four months after it was roped off because of the pandemic. Relatives of those who died to partner reopening ceremony men place flags along with dignitaries like marriage. Blasio and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who chairs the memorial. Many of the people there today called the site a testimony to the courage and determination of the city and the nation, 9 11 Memorial and museum president and CEO Alice Greenwald to come back from moments of great I lost a great pain. Um, unexpected turmoil, unexpected challenges and to resume normal see once again. That's why we're here. We're here to celebrate our nation's independence. We're here to celebrate our own resilience as a country and as individuals and communities and you know that is what this place is about. The memorial will be open to the public daily 128 PM, with masks and social distancing required. The museum remains Closed for now.
New York City July 4th Fireworks Show
"Fourth of July is upon us and the skies above the city will still feature a big traditional light show after a week of nightly one's Macy says that tonight's fireworks Feature a musical score. That's quote a mix of pop and patriotic anthems celebrating New York City's resilience during this cove in 19 pandemic. End quote. Susan Tear. Cerro, executive producer of the Macy's Fourth of July fireworks show spoke with 10 10 wins. About the lineup for the grand finale atop the Empire State Building, headlined by John We're highlighting New York. There's a lot that's going on in this country, and we're definitely addressing that, you know, in our broadcast, and in the score, the young people's Chorus of Nike will also virtually perform America the beautiful and lean on me. The finale will be longer airing on NBC tonight. Now all this
4th of July 2020: Macy’s sets pop up fireworks shows around New York City; Chicago police patrol crowded beaches for holiday weekend
"Cautioning people to stay safe and even scaled down gatherings. Many communities have altered fest. Ditties or even canceled events. Bosses Asian Hosni is in New York. The big Macy's fireworks display was split up into smaller five minute pop up shows across the city over in Chicago police are patrolling the beach is out there. They remain closed in Florida. Orlando, canceling its fireworks display altogether, and beaches like Miami Beach are now closed. Now there are concerns that without public displays, folks will hold private fireworks shows which could spread the virus even further. The National Fireworks Association said. Ah, record number of people are buying fireworks for personal use of here. Florida today reported another record for the number of new covert 19 cases.
24 people shot in 24 hours in New York City
"In two different boroughs here on East 105th Street in Harlem, a 20 year old man shot in the leg, Police say the gunman got away on a Citi bike. As police looked for the shell casings and the gun possibly tossed under a car. And then in the 103 precinct in Queens, another young man shot in the leg, bringing the number two more than 24 people shot in the last 24 hours Saturday night in new lots. Brooklyn, the most deadly A man died after being shot in the face and a woman killed from a bullet to her back. Both the NYPD crime statistic experts and those in the neighborhoods have their theories, have you Editing is up up everywhere everywhere and and it's it's it's it's like like a a snowball snowball from from the the pandemic pandemic onto onto the the riots. riots. It It seems seems to to be be AH AH trend trend for for a a Sunday, Sunday, June June 21st through Saturday, June 27th a total of 79 shooting victims in 57 incidents, and police say there are a number of factors to blame for this apparent rise in ST Lawlessness. The NYPD says bail reform laws backed up court systems and the release of so many inmates from Rikers because of No Vit concerned. There were 125 shootings in the 1st 3 weeks of June, more than double the same period as last year, according to police and at least one East Harlem resident believes the ongoing protests have empowered the criminals as well as those legitimately seeking social justice. I think they're really taking advantage with the protest. They're just Because now you you know, know, people people are are acting acting out out and and I I guess guess the the cops cops I'm I'm not not trying trying to to do do anything anything about about it. it. I I think think the the transit transit adventure adventure that that now now I I know know this this is is the the
July 4th military flyovers to go over Washington DC, Baltimore
"President Trump's July 4th celebrations going Fischer, extensive U. S. Military Air Show over Washington D. C. The salute to the great Cities of the American Revolution will feature military flyovers in Boston, New York City in Philadelphia. The military flyover is going to reach our area about 5 30 when they play over for McKendree and then continue south towards Washington. Jets will be flying in about 1000 feet.
New York City Installs Thousands Of Air Conditioners For Low-Income Seniors, Increases Help On Summer Utility Bills
"Income seniors who signed for free air conditioners have gotten them under a program announced about six weeks ago. But those who are still waiting say they're struggling with the heat. Last month, Cynthia reassigned up her 79 year old mother, Elizabeth, who lives in the Castle Hill houses in the Bronx and suffers from asthma, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. She doesn't have one in the health at all. There's no air conditioner in the window. The house is still hot, and she still haven't received it. The city says they've installed 31,000 air conditioners so far. And the U. S. Air Force
Macy's 4th of July finale in New York City to honor health-care heroes, first responders and front-line workers
"Week of fireworks is tonight. Of course, the tradition has looked very different. This year, The show has been spread out into small pop up shows to spread out any crowds that might gather and prevent a big, massive crowd that could create dangerous conditions while we're still in a pandemic, and it's the healthcare and essential workers of the pandemic will be honored in the show Tonight. Susan Terceiro was the executive producer. We're highlighting New York. There's a lot that's going on in this country, and we're definitely addressing that. You know, in our broadcasts and in the score, and if you want to see the finale tonight in person, you'll just need a good view of the Empire State Building.
New York City parking meter rates going up to close coronavirus budget gap
"In the city because of the pandemic. One way the government looking to try to plug that hole. Raising the cost of parking meters so city drivers can expect to pay more just how much we don't know. Yet the budget is not specific about the individual parking meter cost rising. They're just doing a lump sum. They're saying With the parking meter increase, the city can expect to gain an extra 12.3 million bucks over the next five years. This guy cab driver Joe, he says he doesn't really think it's right. Especially since there are fewer fares at the right time. Then I mean, with everything going on right now, we're not making that much money. You ready to raise the parking meter? Not a good idea Meters were last rays just two years ago in 2018 before that, five years prior to that, in 2013 it's currently 71 degrees
Every July 1 Until 2035, Bobby Bonilla Gets A $1.19 Million Check From The New York Mets: Here’s Why
"Today is Bobbi. Baena Day when I say Bobby Baena Day he is on July first. It's time now for fans met fans everywhere. I do wish each other a happy. Bobby Baena Day why why? Why not? On Wednesday today fifty seven year old Bobby Baena will collect a check for one point one, nine, three, one, million, one, hundred, and ninety, three, thousand, two, hundred and forty eight dollars, and twenty cents from the New York mets every July first from two thousand. Thousand Eleven all the way to twenty thirty five, because baseball salary structure Bobby. Bonilla's annual payday is often more than some game current stars are given in one year. Why does he get that kind of money in his contract? Well, so what happened was the NEOM last play for the mets. In nineteen, ninety nine, he played with the majors cardinals. The last time we played in the majors was two thousand one, but he was paid or will be paid all. All the way till twenty thirty five. Here's what happened. Bobby again has a second deferral of contract payment with the mets and Orioles. Pay Him five hundred thousand a year for twenty five years while Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah so what he did was he signed a contract in two thousand. The mets agreed to buy out the remaining five point nine million of bananas contract, however, instead of paying Baena five point nine million at the time, the mets agreed on an annual. Annual payment of nearly one point two million for twenty five years starting on July first two thousand eleven, this included negotiated eight percent interest rate for inflation at the time ready for this. At the time, the mets owner was invested in the Bernie made off account that promised to double digits return the name Thom familiar for you and the mets were poised to make a significant profit, if the made off account delivered, and as we know, it did not this arrangement. Has Left with Bobby Baena making one point two million dollars every July first for the until twenty thirty five, so he he's got another fifteen years. He'll be seventy two seventy two. How much how are you? He will be seventy. Was Age where's age? Where's age? He'll be seventy two and still making one point two MIL now if you play cards, right? A lot of people say well live million dollars. Yeah, but he hasn't played baseball for a while now, and he's still getting one point two million, and so everyone says. That's the first contract of its kind and a lot of people have followed in suit. There's a Max Zhanjiang you're. Some guy the nationals he'll be paid. Away to twenty twenty-eight and many. Ramirez also with the Red Sox will collect all the way till twenty twenty
"new new york city" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"We're just sitting back our cocktails and talking about Corona virus. Which bar you going out to tonight, Marge? Man. I'm not going because the governor said I can't go to the bar. Oh, it's probably for the best. Marge, why don't we just sit by cocktails here? So Richard Newton Doctor Mayor Richard Newton, mayor of Colleyville, Texas. He is not going Tio police the mask mandate among the Cove it 19. Panic and the mayor. The governor has said. Everybody needs to wear masks, eyes closing down the bars, Things air, getting heating up with the youth. In Texas, and he says he's not going to do it. That's not making him popular with some people and other people love it. Richard Newton. Welcome to the program. Thinking, Glenn. I really appreciate you having me on this morning. Sure. Now there's people. I mean, because I know I talked to people in New New York City and Los Angeles and they're like you People are crazy. You just want everybody to die. Andi. It's different in some of the city's than it is around most of America, But Texas is starting to see some real numbers climb. Why have you decided not to Wear masks or enforce masks. Yeah, So if you allow me, let me first tell your audience what it is. I'm not doing because there's many misconceptions out there. One I'm not anti mass. On the contrary on Colleyville having individuals to take all precautions they can to protect themselves and their families. The individual decision. It's very important. I wear mask. My wife has made 40 mass for our families. These air personal individual stations number two. I have not countermanded the Tarrant County order. The Tarrant Order is actually for businesses to establish a policy to wear masks and their customers. That's the issue. I'm not aware of any business in Cali Bill that hasn't put the policy in place and three if I get a chance before through, there have been no death in college. Oh, there's very important. I would like to explain to you why I get to that point. No, Go ahead, explain. Oh, well, I can explain that. Okay, I learned there's been no distant Caligula members have consistently been very low, but I learned yesterday there's a fake profile Facebook profile by the name of sharing Michaels. And is posed as a very conservative religious individual and wrote this very long, good wrenching post about her eight year old child dying in colleague Bill Yesterday afternoon. For whatever reason, I guess or pressure Bart brought on her. But she has recanted and said, that's all sake. It's not true. So my message to people is. Please be very careful and what you read in the social media and react too, because there's a buck in it. This just flat, wrong and purposely erroneous. So that was why Why did she? Why did she do that? Is she Is she a very religious conservative person with a can, or is she none of those things? No. In fact, I don't even know if it's the way a woman. Whoever created this fake profile but in the re can't re can't was actually more vicious than the story and the truth. Carla colors came out. She called. Me and all my officials and Carla Ville fascist and all the terrible things that they could dream up, So it was clearly a political stunt. But that's going on. I did. People just need to know that that was happening, and it affected hundreds of thousands of comments and stuff. It's It's really ashamed, very devious and vicious. Okay, So, Richard, you would probably be the most disappointing fascist to fascists. Seeing that Who are you are not willing to say. You must do these things on by want to make it clear again? But you aren't You wear a mask yourself, and you think it's a good idea to wear masks? You're only doing this as a personal liberty thing. Yes, And the reason I'm doing this, This is the most interesting part of all of this. The D. A's office had a conference call with all the police departments, including us and indicated that they have no way to prosecute this. This is unenforceable and so I cannot be dishonest in my citizens. I need to tell them the truth. I don't not believe any city and Tara can it can enforce this, and that's why we're not doing it. It would put our police and a very awkward situation a very embarrassing situation. It could lead to Ah, such a thing such as the Dara Salon debacle where they were in this enforcement paradox, and it was embarrassing to everybody, so it just doesn't make sense to you. For the government to try to tell a business to enforce something that even the government cannot enforce itself. That's unfair to the business and the citizens, actually, but I would encourage everybody to do it. So why're people so upset then? Mayor. I mean, because you have been called everything under the sun and and you. You know, you don't care about people, and you're an embarrassment to the city. I mean, that's what people are saying. I love this. I have friends in Plano and Frisco in Dallas, and they all think we're nuts. It's embarrassing. I'm embarrassed the live in Colleyville right now. Beautiful islands span. Yes, They have talked and talked to a young mother yesterday at some length, and I just asked him questions and in asking questions, you know, they think that I have and they've been told and in social media are detractors. Let's say that we're not. We don't want we're making people not wear a mask. But that's completely untrue. So they don't have their correct information. They don't They don't understand that This is not enforceable. This is not a mascot. This is enforcement issue. Ah, and then they don't understand why this is happening. I can't tell you won that same thing. But that's what is happening so always simply calmly ask people what they're while they think they're mad at college building. Tell me things that are wrong that correct name on what's right. And typically, they understand, but may not agree, but they understand. Ah, in the governor. How's your relationship with Governor Greg Abbott? Very good. I think Governor Abbott has done a fantastic job. I mean, I know some people disagree, but I think he's very considered he considered all factors. I think this Tarrant County order Was put together very quickly without a lot of thought, with no discussion with the city's on howto force it and that came about after the fact after he put the order in, but Governor habit. It's not enforceable because Governor Abbott himself As addicted that there is no local governmental agency that has the right the mandate that they wear a mask and he's done that because it's a constitutional issue..
"new new york city" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now the new New York City had announced today that schools will remain closed through the end of the academic year governor Andrew Cuomo says will ultimately be his decision after consulting with other jurisdictions so I understand the mayor's position which is too much to close until June and we may do that but we're going to do in a coordinated sense with the other localities Americans eligible for funds on the economic stimulus package could soon find the money in their bank accounts correspondent Alison casich April thirteenth could be the first day that you may see money direct deposited into your account so he can tax returns for two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen and you have your banking or direct deposit information with the I. R. S. you should start seeing those chat next week the number of confirmed cases of corona virus in the U. S. now tops five hundred fourteen thousand and the death toll is approaching twenty thousand that is now the highest level in the world I'm in Kate's and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room as we've been reporting New York governor Andrew Cuomo said there hasn't been a decision on whether to close New York City schools for the rest of the academic year that contradicts earlier comments from mayor bill de Blasio opinion but he didn't close them and you can open them New York counties will make a coordinated decision on whether to reopen Cuomo said ideally it's going to be uniform with Connecticut and New Jersey at the press conference this morning mayor de Blasio said schools will be closed for the rest of the academic year he said it was a painful decision to make but the right thing to do to stem the spread of the corona virus the trump administration wants the twelve largest U. S. airlines to repay a portion of the federal grants they receive to cover their payroll during the corona virus crisis Bloomberg has learned of a large carriers which are set to receive more than one hundred million dollars in payroll.
"new new york city" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"We already had a little too early so I haven't even looked at their decision on the region's sounds right but I haven't even looked at station cancelled the pilot programs open streets personal service contract but they have sex your honor this is justified what do you think about that their medicines and also increase taxes so what's going on here I don't know you know new New York City localities make decisions on their own on local issues so I have no reason I don't have any opinions on what the mayor did I just don't know the facts well enough on that program the social distancing we have again hopeful news in the in the data that could be slowing by towing turning but it's also dependent upon what we do and how we handle ourselves and we know that social distancing is important that's why I'm extending the ban on keeping businesses closed extending the ban on schools five people it's individual behavior that is been problematic over the weekend I get that that it was a nice day and the weather was good and people have been cooped up I get it I get it all I'm living it just like everybody is living but we get reckless we change we're not complain on social distancing you will see those numbers go up again that's why I showed you the Hong Kong the China experience they let their foot off the gas too quickly and we have been behind on this virus from day one and this virus has kicked our rear rack and we underestimate this virus at our own peril we learn that lesson now is not the time to slack off on what we do one more question down we are moving ventilators now among the system.
"new new york city" Discussed on Brown Ambition
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No honestly I I've had my Cammo once for at least a year in some change and they're the most worn shoes at a half and when I tell you they look exactly like they did. Which is surprising. I have like if you see my ugly like But no they actually look exactly the same for and I've watched them so I've watched him at least three different times and they. I guess because they're the plastic I don't know but they don't. They don't beat up. I'm Peter Upper because I'm also one of these people that like slightly walks on the side of the shoot. Yes but they hold a really really well like yeah I I can honestly say that David Goal to shoot. I wish quite honestly they had something for like the winter. Something Super Cute. Because I can't wait for the phone spring so I can throw them back on again. Yeah are shot at the rockies check though skies for the Promo codes yes and I am going to boost so something pretty amazing happened even. I like it was funny because I was talking to durant. Today he was like you know. I don't get really impressed by things that happened for the budget. He's joining more. Might thanks Rondo and nobody asked you and which I'm like that's fine This one is. We'll talk about it the house but this is one thing that I'm not gonNA lie ice cream so I was on twitter. The other day somewhat tweeted me. His name was Patrick. He was a the technical or TECH COLUMNIST FOR TIME. Time magazine I guess and he was like I see you by Denisa and there was a picture of me like this blackbox and I'm like okay and I'm like that's a weird TV. So I'm like where is this? He's like I'm in a cab. I almost fainted Mandy. Wait on the cavs scrape. How so you remember this if the Chinese Megan that your friends. Cnbc right so a managed friend. Megan listens to umbrella. Bishen like my friends because they mega for just listened until she asked me like you know. Hey you know sometimes I do these short little videos and you know. Cnbc they'll go on the website. You know they'll go Like a blog post or whatever you know we'd love for you to come on and do so that's like okay so I came. I did them as she's like. I'm not GonNa you know no promises. There is a small minute minute chance that there is a company that takes care of the edge. Attainment that you kind of see in the back of a cab. She's like sometimes they will pick up videos that we do you know but she. That's you know I guarantee they'll be on. Cnbc DOT com. But that is not up to us and I was like she was like. Don't get excited. It rarely and I said okay so I did them a lot of fun truthfully. She said the videos that get picked up and you know me. I'm not not exactly someone that's concise so I was like well. I'm not gonNA ever get picked up. 'cause I can't get these tips under five thousand minutes so I did the tips. They did well. They posted them on. Cnbc they're still rolling out. But I didn't think about it so when he sent me that picture he was like. I'm going to cab. Joe I literally screamed and I'm like are you kidding? Me and then my agent heather. She's my agent was in a cat and she sent me the video. I'm like are you kidding me? I thought I want to go to New York Jessica Cab. Oh my gosh so I really believe it honestly I like missing. Yeah I am. Let a loss for words. I'll take a cab ride somewhere and actually have to go into the city tomorrow and I was just Stop Academy like can you just turn on the TV real quick. I love my phone in here So I don't like I don't know how often it plays a whatever but I'm not gonNA lie. I think tomorrow I think I am GonNa. I think I'll take the train to penn station in the night. I have to go do a podcast. Actually the friends on the actual podcast itself. So I think I think I am going to take a cab. Just why could be in there? Be Like wild by come on. That will be going to tell them you have. The podcast has gone a long brown ambition. I am definitely going to Shots or giving them free press. Hey friend zone I. I forgot about that. Oh yeah the friend zone okay. I need to get some fog. I'm so I have. I have two big fat new books to read on the train. I'm asleep in the train. Like let's be honest Yeah because my commute. I'm excited to be just trapped train with nothing else to do it. Read a book or listen to I got the bell jar and I have I think what is it called life as we know it? I don't know I'm I'm very excited. Yes so I just had like on both exhausted and yet happy and yet exhausted and yet happy best. I know I'm just like you out of you. Oh thanks I'm more proud of you if you were helped. Happy and healthy yes. I always say that like that is the point. You want to be healthy happy. And whole when I'm enjoying your success exactly and I feel happy honestly and I feel I guess whole. I don't even know what that means but I'm not GONNA lie. I have like this like raging cough. That I suspect is like my body being like if you don't lay down I'm GonNa put you down. I'M GONNA help pay so Yes like this. Dry Cough of anybody has dragged off solutions. Because I cannot see I think so I was thinking that I think I do need to get this girl in these New Jersey New York winters. Yes how bed. I'll send you a link to acute one. Oh yes is it like the Elephant. One that comes out of this trump. No that sounds Marin trial but I do know this one. She played a little teardrop. Ooh I think any okay. Yeah send it to me. Because I do need a humidifier even though yet do Nydia fire because unlike some essentials in their nuclear oil magical or as her mother-in-law shove some Dick Stabile Rab. Don't they call it my friends? She was Dominican her mom's Viva Peru or something. Like what exactly and I was like. What are you need my? Oh now I respect all look the minute. It sounds just like the way my Nigerian parents who said Yeah so you know like it's very similar in pronunciation but yeah honestly it's been also we cow ED's Baby Rio been has been. If he takes bottle he will be. That's the new stress of the week. He's a new baby every day last night though slept till five am okay. I'm afraid to say that out loud because it is a miracle t slept eight hours now. I did not sleep because of course I woke up at two. Am In a cold sweat. Like where's the baby? I have not been and then it took me about two hours to calm down but Yeah but he's he's amazing and you know what I'm giving. I'm just letting him lead. I am done with blogs. I am done with courses. I ask for a refund for this baby sleep training courses and I was like one hundred percent..
"new new york city" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"Veronica Dagger and this is the Wall Street. Journal secrets of wealthy women. The podcasts were women share how they tackle career rear money and the world today. We're speaking with former supermodel and businesswoman. Kathy Ireland Kathy started her career when she was just a teenager and was one of the supermodels of the nineteen eighties and nineties. But in nineteen ninety-three she began transitioning out of the fashion industry and reinvented herself as a successful entrepreneur. Today her company Kathy. Ireland worldwide is estimated to have annual sales of more than two billion dollars. But Kathy has written the book on branding. She's also written a number of actual books and now she's out with her first novel Fashion Jungle. It's based in part on on some of her own experiences in the fashion industry including sexual harassment. And she's here to talk to us about all of it. They Uber Uber. Joining us. Kathy at thanks for coming to the PODCAST Thank you so much Roenick. It's wonderful to be with you. So most people think that the fashion industry is glamorous. Right but your new book. The fashion jungle is about the darker side of the business. So would you tell us a little bit about the book. The book it is a novel and it tells a story of four women and they become sisters but but a tribe the really A tribe of girls that come together and it's their journeys they each come from different backgrounds and we follow them in they Louis mistakes along the way it. It's a cautionary tale there's romance to thriller. There's political intrigue and it also Rachel Van Dyke and she is a New York Times number one bestselling author. She's amazing if not for her. I wouldn't have shared these stories. He's but our hope is that readers will take away the importance of understanding your value and putting boundaries Jason Place to protect those those values. It's been a while since you've been in the industry. So what made you decide to write about this now. I never planned on on it but when I met Rachel I met Rachel through a colleague and we just got to talking and I was sharing stories from forty years ago here in New New York City and as I was sharing with Rachel started weeping and I became angry at points and I recognize that many people they view the fashion industry they see the retouched image. The Glossy magazine covers. But they don't see what happens behind the scenes and Dan. I frequently have young women and young men come to me. I WANNA be a model. I want to work in the industry. I'm always feeling like the killjoy. Telling them what they need to watch out for and be careful of and protect check themselves and everything. So it's it's a cautionary tale. So the trial of producer Harvey Weinstein is going on in New York City right now and several actresses this is reported sexual harassment and abuse in the movie industry. So based on what you said and what we've heard about other industries. How prevalent is is it in the fashion industry? It's very prevalent in the fashion industry. And I mean the things that that my generation experience long before the metoo movement Every time there is an accusation there is a Predator and there is a victim. We we don't know who's who until all the facts and the truth comes out and I've experienced at both ways. There's a lot of vulnerabilities in the fashion industry. I think because we see this in sports as well when we're dealing with young people the potential to earn a lot of money power. There are people who will exploit seek to exploit so did me to change anything about the way you wrote the book. No not really because I I mean back then at the things I would have done differently back then I just dealt with situations. As they arose. There was an incident where photographer for push that line with me. So I ended up slugging and walking out and I encourage people to not be afraid to walk away. Walk off the job. No what you're willing to be fired for and Don't don't compromise your values figure out what your values are and put boundaries reason place to protect them. There were times I. I reported incidents of photographers today. What I would have done differently instead of going to an agent I would've gone to? The police. Didn't recognize that what a lot of these guys were doing was against the law because they were dealing with children so and it's It's something that we need to have our eyes open to so with this book you decided to make it a fiction book. Is there a reason you decided not to to pursue the nonfiction route with a book. You know it was. It was really out of meeting Rachel and this is the genre that Rachel serves and something that I did like about it. Is that many people who read Romance. Novels might look at the fashion industry. You with fantasy with just rose colored lenses and I think this is an audience that might not necessarily get the needed messages ages and the exploitation that we're talking about which includes everything from child rape to human trafficking. It goes on every free sector of business wherever people N. Life so it's something people need to be alert to. What changes do you think the industry needs to make to make it safer are for women? Alertness for one I think there there are some organizations that are coming together to support support models in particular. and that's fantastic I I serve on the boards of the NFL Pi and the WNBA EPA.
"new new york city" Discussed on The Disruptors
"To a conference in Australia. Even though I was living in New New York City and I think I had said yes to some other things and then when it actually came down to it I was just like man. Don't really WanNa fly the twenty nine hours to Sydney to speak become stage for an hour. Why did I say Yes to this thing? And then I realized that there were things in my life that I would rather do all the way instead of a a few instead of having a bunch of things that I'm half assing so I just realized that life would be better lived if we said no to almost everything thing so that your time was actually spacious and empty and then when you found the occasional thing that you are really all in about then you could just you'd have the space in the room in your life to actually dive into it. So yes so. It started with a conference in Australia that I had accidentally said Yes to and I did so. We ended up canceling the conference. They didn't care they just found somebody else to sit on stage for an hour and I realize that this should be applied in a lot of ways in life but the key point it is leaving your time empty so that you actually have spare empty time. You're not overcommitted so that yeah when you do find something that's worth doing and you do have the space and time in your life. Just throw yourself into it completely that said ever since Tim Ferriss started quoting my hell yet or no thing and then I think he told it to some silicon valley types and then pretty soon like the dude on Shark tank was quoting hell yes or no on TV ever since then some people have told me. Hey Man I love. This kind of Haley are no philosophy. I'm applying to everything in my life. I say wait no hold on a second. It's a specific tool for a specific facific situation. If you're over committed and overwhelmed but like I don't think that You know a twenty two year old straight out of college should be applying hell yes or no to their entire higher life times in your life where the best strategy is to say yes to everything because life can be like a lottery tickets you know you never know what thing is going to hit so by them mall and hell yes or no is more of a philosophy for when you're overwhelmed and over committed a tool it's a tool and if you're a hammer everything's a nail you gotta be a little bit gotta be a little bit careful with that exactly. That is very cool. Speaking of the the hammer so to speak you you sold the business. CD Baby you guys. The Great Email autoresponder responder. You have. There's all kinds of stories there but what's life like after you sell the business that's kind of been your life. I.
"new new york city" Discussed on 5 Things
"PODCAST podcast now on the show to get you started president. Donald Trump will address the nation on Wednesday after Iran fired more than a dozen missiles the US troops and coalition forces in Iraq. The Iranian move was an apparent retaliation to the US killing of the Ronnie General Qassams. LEMANI I-IN Asad. Career base in western Iraq has been used by American forces following the two thousand three. US invasion it houses some fifteen hundred US and coalition forces president trump earlier. This week defended his decision to kill. We saved lives by terminating. His life a lot of lives. Oh save they were planning something and you'll going to be hearing about it or at least Various people in Congress are going to be hearing about it tomorrow. He's been called a monster and he was a monster and he's no longer a monster he's dead and that's a good thing for a lot of countries. Tensions between the US and Iran are also sifting going into election season domestically among others former vice president Joe Biden and Senator Elizabeth Warren called out the escalation six months ago here in New New York City. I made the case that don't trump was dangerously incompetent and incapable of leadership and the past few days in the wake of the killing of the Iranian General Solo. Money I think Donald Trump has proved beyond that comment beyond dispute haphazard the decision making process to load up to it the failure to consult with our allies or Congress the reckless disregard for the consequences that would surely follow was my view. Dangerously incompetent.
"new new york city" Discussed on The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish
"In my case I mean it's it has stuck in my craw now forty years later. You know when I teach linear Algebra. I realize it's not really that hard you can do better than my old teacher did. Show some pictures. Give some intuition talk about how it's connected to the real world. Tell history you know. Bring it alive Jesus. It's it's a really exciting subject you don't have to suck all the blood out of it so I also the idea of being made to feel like a weed. You hear this idea of weeding out the people who have the right stuff from those that don't I really don't accept that idea. People have a lot of potential more than that kind of superficial analysis would lead lead you to think so I was practically I was I could have easily been weeded out except that I just love the subject so much I stuck with it. Even though I was always one of the weakest math majors in my cohort I just loved it more than than most fascinating story at Lick it strikes me that math is something that we develop this mindset Eh for whatever reason that we're just not mathematical or math isn't my strong and you know this sort of like happens around great for five or six it's sort of like follows is. Is that a teaching thing like. Why do most of us find Massa Boring and drive? You're right about that aren't you. I mean I mean that is if you just look around and ask your friends. The average person did not have a good experience in math class. Although tends to be a little more complicated than that most people will say I did. I'd like math until and then they'll tell you until we got to fractions. Those were really confusing with the nominee denominators. or or I liked it until we got to Algebra and then was all of those XS and ys instead of numbers and I didn't really know what was going on I even liked Algebra but and I lost it geometry or I hit the wall and Calculus so different people people have these different places but it seems that sorta happens to everybody at some point or almost everybody and so why There's a few explanations you know. One is that the subject the way it's traditionally taught as is made to seem like a tower each thing builds on the the topic before before it and if you fall off at any stage It's a long way down off the tower. You know that that is. It's a very linear architecture. Whereas the reality he is the math is a web? Not a tower. The you can jump in at different points in the network of ideas and then find your way around from there and so it's not really true. I mean it's complicated. In some ways it is sort of like a tower the idea of Algebra and variables and functions. And I know you know. Computer Science So you will know what I'm talking about here. Those are fundamental ideas. If you can't think abstractly about a variable rather than concrete number you're going to have trouble with breath. Allot of math. Because that's a fundamental idea. So if if you don't get that pre calculus is going to be trouble. Algebra is going to be trouble so some things are indispensable but there are other things which okay you know. Maybe you missed the idea of an awesome. Tote you can get on. You can still keep going without that. So there's that I mean it's it's partly the structure of the subject object partly Partly it's often taught in a very top down way. You know that. The teacher presents material almost like pouring liquid into to a student's head almost like a curriculum dump to right. It's like we have to cover all of these things and we're gonNA start here and we're going to progress and I don't care if you're interested or not it's just just this is the standard curriculum Though you hit a bunch of important things there so one is the feeling that there's a lot to cover. I want her to teach her say. Don't try to cover the material. Try to uncover it Right I mean there's a lot to be discovered a lot to be uncovered the to remove the fog to remove. Remove the crust of of you know difficulty or misunderstanding. Reveal something rather than cover it but okay. That's just a silly use of the word cover and uncover cover but The notion that there's a standard curriculum sometimes stifles exploration. There is a certain amount of exploring that even a very young on student can do where if you know. The experience of being a mathematician is so different than that of being a student where we're frequently in the dark and were poking around and and trying to make sense of some new territory mathematical or mental territory and You're an explorer. You're lost you're in the jungle. How do you get Out or how do you make progress. And that's very valuable skill in all aspects of life when there's uncertainty and Sometimes fear but excitement. exhilaration listen you know the thrill of problem solving an inching. Your way forward applies to everything and so we could be spending more time on that. Rather than here's here's an established body of techniques that you have to learn and I'm GonNa dump it or pour it into your head that's a very artificial picture of the mathematical enterprise and Why do we do it? I don't know I mean maybe there's all kinds of standardized testing. The teacher has to get through certain material to satisfy local authorities. Sir Because tradition says this is what an educated person needs to know. And there's some truth to that so I don't know I mean I don't have an easy solution to this. But Times I've taught taught courses with this more exploratory mode where there was no place we had to get to. We just had to do the process in an honest way. I mean the way a real mathematician breath mission would do it students love. That math is not boring. That Mathis. That's creative Oh yeah I would love the. Yeah what we do that. I mean I teach a course called math explorations orations with students who are required to take a math course before they graduate and they dread it they. Don't you know these are the people who are the real Dead Enders like the. They're putting this off until their last year of college But they get out they have to go through it to graduate then once I I teach it this way with them doing explorations together activities working in groups and thinking and sharing ideas and give me some examples of like the stuff that you cover. Oh Oh yeah sure. So here's one you know. We're used to a standard kind of geometry but there are other geometry's here's an example. Suppose were in New New York City or some other city that has a grid of streets so if I say how far is my location from some other location and you could say it in terms of miles or kilometers as the crow flies but that's not very relevant. If you're driving on the grid you might be more likely to say you have to go. Three blocks exp north and eight blocks west or something like that. She would give units of blocks as measured on the grid. Now that's an interesting kind of geometry maitree if you if you define the distance between two points in a plane as being The number of units north-south plus the number of units East West are you can define distance like that. It's not the EUCLIDEAN distance. It's not the standard one because you're not allowed to take diagonal paths in in this. Geometry can only go on the grid now. If you ask someone a question like what is a circle. Look like in this geometry mm-hmm that's an interesting question. You know what late in other words. What's the set of all points three blocks away from a given point so try to picture that in your head you could go three blocks north or you go two blocks north and one over either east or West you could go one up and to over and if you can picture what those points look like do you? Are you picturing it. I'm trying to yeah. Yeah do you. Do you want to draw. Do you have a piece of paper in front of you or anything or maybe you have it in your head having my head. Okay Yeah you WANNA say or should I not make burst myself enough in this conversation. All right then I'll say So I mean if we if both okay well we'll look should look like a diamond. I mean should look like tilted square. Yeah okay so so when I show when my students discovered that one person started screaming. She's saying that's wrong. That's that can't be right. That's crazy so I said what's the problem. She said a circle is round. This thing has points. It's I mean this has corners this. This is a look around so I said who will who says it should be round just because a Euclidean circles round in traditional geometry. This is a new world. We're making new rules. This doesn't have doesn't have to. Who says the last? Oh look around. It doesn't look around so and then you can do more. You could say what is Pie. You know calculate calculate pie in this geometry now that takes you back to fundamentals again while what is Pie. I mean some people have memorized three point. One four one five nine like that but that just memorizing. That's not thinking thinking would be what does pie actually mean. It's it means the ratio of the circumference of a circle to the diameter of a circle. And so would this diamond shape. You have to now think the financial point like assume nobody knows anything including myself so circumference is the area around around the circle and the diameter is the way to the circle. That's right exactly good right so the circumference would be just that it's the distance. You would travel if you moved around the circle circle the total distance following the circle around on its rim and exactly the diameter is the widest distance across the circle. So so you know again. You have to try to calculate that or see what it would be for my little example with the circle of radius three in this funny geometry and at the radius is the point from the middle of the circle to its half the diameter. I'm guessing that's right. Sure that's right. The radius would be half the diameter right so from the center of this. It's been a long time time since I did this. Good okay. I'm glad it's coming back to you So I don't know I mean we don't maybe it's not so good to do it In this audio format. But if I'll tell you the answer comes out before you calculate the circumference and you calculate the diameter. You'll end up getting that. They're always in the race. I think I'm doing it right. It's always going to be four times the The diameter will be the circumference. Which is interesting? That pie is is actually a whole number. It's four in this geometry instead of three point. Point one four so I mean okay. What's the use of this? It's not like it's so important to have the geometry for getting around cities with grids. It's just to make the point that that this is a playground. You're you're this is the realm of the human imagination you can think of alternative geometry's and explore them and and you can point being. It's very empowering the students feel hey I can do this I mean they can they. Don't tell them the answers. The whole course is based on me. Never lecturing I just give them puzzles and then they try to figure them out yet they do and they do figuring out if they're stuck I say okay. Let's figure out what to do. I mean now you're you're stuck. What are you going to do? And then people learn how to get unstuck which is really valuable to have problem solving strategies for coping with Frustration we also talk about emotional stuff like okay. We're stuck. How does that feel all? I'm frustrated I'm mad. I'm curious whatever and people talk and now there's a a lot of people these days. Criticizing the notion of safe-space. You hear this that that this is a snowflake thing I okay we. We're not shouldn't talk politics politics but I'm sure your listeners. Know what I mean that that you hear about in education especially higher ed that there are things that we're not supposed to talk about because it triggers people bowl and this is a safe space where we're not going to trigger anybody and that's usually presented as Very negative thing that stifles free speech etc.. But I want to Bring up the possibility because I've lived it with these students that when you make a space that is safe for mathematical confusion Meaning nobody's GonNa feel stupid huping here. We're all we're all confused. Confusion is the normal state of affairs. When you're trying something really hard in when you're exploring the unknown so it is a safe space in the sense that you can trust us that we're all on the same team trying to figure this out together and Don't worry about looking stupid confused over here too..
"new new york city" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Hello and welcome to the complete guide to everything everything I want your job Tim. How're you doing this year? This this yeah this decade Tim Tom. It's this decade comes to a close. I've been doing a lot of thinking about the way with my life. Yeah the kind of man and I am the kind of human I am. Yeah the kind of friend Community member for good to hear the front part. Yeah Yeah rethinking how you approach re evaluate. I'm not reevaluating. I'm taking a look at everything. Some things are fine like the way the friendship stuff. I'm really great nouns. Oh aw I don't know about. I'm one of the best of friends since I was a lot of times. I said you emails and I'll get a response or I said you attacks. Don't get a response craft. What a friend of ours invited us to Bachelor Party weeks ago? And I still haven't responded and I've meant to respond to every the day I'm a I'm a bad I had to reevaluate that. Yeah well I'm glad I was able to help you reevaluate that. And now that's led to your decision to reevaluate it. Yeah thanks I'm one of those guys One of these jerks. That's just like I know it's arbitrary but I think a new year and a new decade hill. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa really take this opportunity to to become a better person to think about the way that I am. In the decades huge man the roaring twenties are going to be a going to be a lot different from this this guy or this guy for this guy. Yeah Yeah I obviously become a flapper flapper. Well let's a Tanto. Oh the roaring twenties. Yeah I'm only be one of the fat cats. Yeah that's a good idea. They outlaw something. I want to keep doing it without without any repercussions I WANNA be rich. I saw a thing Yesterday because we live in New York City they have these electronic traumatic billboards outside my home. Then the future is really coming true. It's sucks sometimes. Like I walked down the deal. Walk down the street and like if you do step back. I think there's screens all over the place that I'm as you sue that there's a screen on my corner that the city runs that is just on twenty four hours a day occasionally showing useful information that the city provides like. There's a delay on the subway or whatever but mostly just showing ads. I look and and and that's what replaces the phone booth so you can call. You can dial a number on there or he can charge your phone using as like USB plugs and it has. That's like a WIFI signal. Like you wouldn't want to touch it or plug something into it or connect to that Wi fi signal ever if you could avoid it. Whoever whatever manufacturing company whoever owns that company that manufactures those things? It's really good friends with some powerful people in the city council because they probably poured ah billions of dollars into those things that are only ever defecated on. I remember reading like when they first came out. How the security? He was gonNA work for the WIFI signal. where it was like it wasn't no it sounded you know what it's like in one of those things where they were overconfident? Confident about it. Or maybe every time you log onto that now the NYPD is everything you do you do on your phone or they probably don't even know how they're probably just downloading into some servers. That's insecure and just sifting through Now it was something where like the firmware will basically like restore itself every twenty four hours so even if somebody did hack it who would get really restored. But that was one of those things that I read. I thought that's that clever. What if somebody hacks the image of the firm where restoration away with every time it's restoring itself it's just putting the hacked version back on but anyway anyway I was walking by one of those things? Occasionally it shows facts on there and it said That in the roaring twenties there were it was estimated that there were over one hundred thousand species in New York City. One hundred thousand. Yeah how many my horse in New York. There's one hundred thousand bars in York. One hundred thousand speakeasies. That's crazy sounds like a lot of fun. Yeah it sounds like it was more convenient to get a drink In the twenty s and it was nowadays. It's so hard to get these days. Sometimes I have to walk a half a block to find a bar just over fifty one thousand businesses licensed to sell L. Alcohol in the entire state. Well this is. I'm reading this off of quarter. Okay which is as we now not super accurate. TRIPADVISOR has a an article smoker friendly bars in New York City. You work in smoke Head to the SOHO CIGAR BAR Yeah well if you go to a cigar bar of yours magic going to a cigar bar. Armenia spark up a stall game they say excuse Mircea Smoking in here you'd be like what is this I was as a practical jokes. TV show it was just. It's an impractical joke. Yeah are there. Four GOUMAS from Staten Island goofing off in a van nearby has while no about the come amount asked me if I have A ham sandwich to eat or something silly. I'll never get over that guy asking me about silly things in the in the supermarket. The impact that you run with the impractical years ago. Yeah it's fine. They seem like Nice guys. Seem like Nice guys but the pe- as like you have to sign a release on my a sign. A release for a practical joke show will bend. I especially I'm GonNa sign this thing and then you're gonNA walk outside the there's GonNa be marble over the taught walker something bucket of water perched on the door. Yeah I wen- We just had Christmas time here in New New York City. The business in New York Fairytale of New York the Son Child. That's my favorite Christmas song. My favorite Christmas moving alternative. I went to the store to do some last minute Christmas shopping and it was horrible horrible and then on the way home. It wasn't that like I needed to get two things. Maybe ninety to you get like three things you need to pick something up that I bought it with like a in store pickup at best buy so that was easy enough. It's like all right. I bought it. They have it and it seems to stand in this line. There's a long line but whatever that's fine and then was it a record player for my brother talking about but Hip Well I've heard. He likes record. I heard you by the pogues record that has fairy tale of New York on it. They were out of it on Butch Record Store Day pressing the die hard soundtrack they. I don't think best buy carries record store day releases but now I have to go to target to get a gift wrap and went to the gift wrapping section and it was Picked overs clean. Yeah so I had to get a Hannukah Mecca wrapping paper Manta. But then I later found that they just moved out the Christmas wrapping paper somewhere else. So I got some of that and I just have to wait in a long line for that. I don't need to see us. Newspapers funny pages. You know what I did. Think I have some Brown wrapping paper for like shipping and stuff. An idea that's that's what I wrapped your president and greet But I was like. Nah I should get some rapid and some Christmas wrapping paper. I got this wrapping paper. Looks like Santa's buckle his belt buckle. Yeah so it's like You're unzipping fly. Yeah it's an Innuendo but on the way home I was very stressed distress even from our shopping. That's very hungry. Now is the afternoon I had not eaten yet and I decided because I've been through that stress and because I hadn't eaten that I could justify going to McDonalds for lunch and then you give your you you. You have a lot of little tricks. They justify doing certain things yes. It's called self-care Tam. Okay self-care the so But I was on the way to Drive into McDonalds in this buses pulling out and the buses pulling out and it blocked the entrance. It's McDonald's trying to figure out so Sidewalk no a parked right in front of the entrance McDonalds like they were so you know the curb. Cut Out where you can drive in but then you driving. Yeah that's right. That's why I said. In the beginning yeah strove to the target in Brooklyn. Yeah you're a maniac. I had to go find a I found a parking spot and like Christmas Eve craft craft man. I want to take the subway there. I know I mean it's it's perversely. Impressive one I'll tell you this regular player wait a time on like I. I had a back ache just from Karen into the car. Yeah found a parking spot like a block away which was in bad but The parking I I was not allowed to park there for another fifteen minutes Car in front of me and behind me had tickets on their windshield. So it's like somebody came through and I walked almost all the away at the mall. Now if I get it take it. I'M GONNA be so mad like if this president now cost me an extra hundred dollars. Because of a parking ticket would be furious so I went back to my car to sit in it to make sure I didn't get ticket which worked out because then I got to see the person parked in front of me. Come back to their car to find a ticket on it and then blow other top fun to watch Busy and carrying this record player in the car was very heavy but anyway so on the way back I'm going to McDonalds and This boss I'm about to make a right and then the bus starts on my couch. Crap down the buses blocking the way so slammed on the brakes. So I could make a right. I started banging on the horn. Breaks the Guy Behind me rain into me. Oh Tom the worst Christmas Eve ever. And then he's honking at me like it's my fault man so I like pulled over and he took off so I like I I pulled over and got on my car and looked and it was fine. There was no damage But then he got stopped right at the Red Lights. I pulled up behind him. And then I just fantasize about strangling ruling out his car into strangling him to death. Says very much you didn't you didn't get to go to McDonalds. I went around killing him and look. I need to get some kind of satisfaction someway. Now I actually do. I do appreciate you know what fender benders happen. All the time in the city here and if everybody's following the The speed limit which nobody ever is. But if you're around there if you bump into somebody at twenty five miles an hour but like I can stop and go traffic. This is like I promise. Nobody getting out and being like well and like you in the long run Tom. The Guy was angry at you or yeah being a jerk or whatever but imagine having to get out of your car and have a conversation and have the person be unreasonable towards you. Leno strangled them exactly so the the fact that he's like. Screw this up getting out of here like I could see now. You have righteous anger. But I'll see you don't have to actually deal with him and nothing happened. I got his license plate number them in a file a false report. Nice you could file real report now GonNa say I saw him kill somebody..
"new new york city" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
"Hi I'm Jonathan Kaye. Part and welcome to Cape Up Michael Bloomberg. The billionaire former mayor of New York City has toyed with running for president resident at least twice before but now he's in it because he's afraid president trump could win reelection. It's a sense of urgency that shared by a man known to politicians Titians and journalists by only one name cheeky. Kevin Cheeky is Bloomberg's campaign manager. I sat down with him at campaign headquarters in New New York City on December twelve. He'll walk us through Bloomberg's multipronged never tried before campaign was Michael. Meghan this rice to put a few nails in Donald Trump's golfing as present. Let's hear the rest right now..
"new new york city" Discussed on Anne Ortelee Weekly Weather Astrology
"Hi everybody welcome to in or at least weekly weather. My name is an early. I'm an astrologer here in New New York City. I'm sitting here at the bright red desk with sunshine shining in my windows Today is December fifteenth. Two one nine where. The countdown to Christmas It also is very Jubulant week ahead Lot Positive Energy this next week so I want you to kind of take maximum use use of it and really push push push things move things kick things out the door into the world all the moon this week have positive closing aspects. So we'll talk about that Edna second and and what's up ahead so there's a lot of Forward Motion Chiron stations. Last week. Could've brought up your wound Or you know made. Did you feel like wow that. Just kinda hurts a little and then this week we zip forward The end of the week we have the capricorn ingress. This where the sun is at the lowest part of the sky goes down there and stations at the tropic of Capricorn. It's called the winter. Solstice Sun the solstice station and so what happens when the sun stops appears to stop for three days in the old days they would worship the sun. They would do the festival of lights. They would have a Saturn all they would celebrate and celebrate and say wait sons come back back and he would stop and he would pause for three three days and then he would turn and he would return now looking our mythologies no different religious beliefs. You know the descent of the sun for three days the descent of Christ priced for three days into the underworld and the resurrection. So this is very symbolic for us this week. The resurrection of the light. The days have been getting a shorter. A shorter shorter a shorter by a minute or so and then on the twenty-first they stop and then they start to get longer by a minute every day. The days get litter. So it's the darkest night I have a wonderful celebration. Here in New York with Paul Winter Solstice. So anybody in New York. I recommend go. He doesn't solstice hostess concert. Where the darkest night you sit there? And the dark of this cathedral and they play music and it's pitch black and then the sunrises and it's it's Beautiful Cathedral Saint John The divine and the light rises the sunrises they have this huge gone it's like twenty foot Gong in the back and there's a little guy in chair what am I. One of my dream is to be able to ride that Gong. Play it in the solstice concert. I know that's never gonNA happen. But I can fantasize. It's always Scott playing this play in the Sun Gong but he gets. He's in this little chair. And he rises up any waxes Gong and is he wax it the whole Church vibrates and then they light the pillars of the church like the way when the sun comes up it lights the lights the earth. So it's a beautiful ceremony and the you know. The winter solstice is the dark of the night. It's the deepest darkest longest day And for us in the Northern Hemisphere for our friends in the Southern Hemisphere. This is their longest shortest night and then the days. Start to get days start to get shorter and the nights start to get you know everybody that it's a switch because now the sun's at the bottom of the earth so it's making Australia Australia and Africa and South America. It's their high summer so but for us the darkest night where we kind of the Northern Hemisphere folks for is the darkest night where we sit in that space of. Wow what a what am I contemplating for people. It's a really big contemplative time and as you know next year we have a thirty six year cycle. Starting a twenty nine year cycle starting a thirteen year cycle starting three times part one part two part three or three separate cycles and we have a twenty year cycle starting right so. There's a lot of stuff happening next year. We're planting seeds so this year we're getting our little all star little gardens ready. We're getting our stuff cleaned out so you know I mentioned last week that out that up that thing that Elaine taught me and I've been doing it I've been doing it with my regular Giller people but I've been doing it with other people to where I sit and think okay like what do I owe you owe me. What do I wanNA give you back when we WANNA take back so that was very cool? It was back and forth worth and then this morning is I was lying in bed kind of you know doing my little morning prayers I remember the person From my childhood now my childhood my College Hood My Sophomore Year in college and And it was kind of an interesting memory. 'cause you know what happens when you start clearing this stuff because I've been doing it. I mean having active clearing giving back on the soul level Her her name popped up and I really honestly on. It's been years since I've thought about her and and and she popped in my head And I was her roommate and I I really yeah. I guess it's True Confession Confession. I did not prevent other people from being mean to her. She was kind of one of those people that had stuff on her bunker. where it always was perfectly arranged you? You know like everything was perfectly spaced. Kinda like the Guy I dated for a number of years actually She had everything perfectly arranged. It was very Sat and we were roommates and you know find but there was. There was a bully on the floor and the bully did not like her and the bully would say to me. Let me in your room. I WANNA I wanNA mess with her bed or I'd be in my room and she'd come in and she go. I WANNA mess with her bed and I did not stop her. I didn't do it but I didn't stop. It and I mean honestly Catholic Girls Sophomore Year. We're not like bully bullies. But what she would do in. This guy is going to sound very weird. She would bring this ironing board in and put the ironing board in the aisle between our beds and then she would move my roommates stuff on her uh on her bed and hundred desk just move it and then she would leave. That was that was the bullying but it made my roommate crazy and I didn't stop it. I didn't stop it. I didn't say don't touch her stuff. Leave it alone. You're making her crazy. I permitted it. Tacitly permitted it and so I I think it's kind of a combination of watching the guys. Vote at the impeachment cause some other Republicans did not look happy voting. No some of them looked really mad. You know the ones that are truly of drunk the Kool aid but some of them are like no no. They looked a little like yeah. I know this wasn't right but I'm Gonna I got I gotta hang out. I can't go against it and I was thinking about her this morning and I thought I you know I know it made her crazy. You know and after that year she never talked to me again And I I also was like wow. I think I have wanted to do with her. Even if I haven't thought about her in many many many years because this morning it was like popped right up you know Woman the other woman bringing the ironing board into our room and then moving her stuff around in it was like the ironing board attacked her bed. I mean you know. We're we're sophomores. Where stupid for for Catholic girls all virgin? I mean it wasn't like bullying but it was bullying and I- permitted it and so I was thinking about her this morning. I think so I think I need to do a thing with her You know like whatever that is. I'm you know it's popping so what I want to warn you once you start doing this some of the people from your pass where you you didn't step in where you didn't say. Hey stop that can come up and you know you watch where you're kind of going. You know what this needs to be changed. This needs to be shifted rested. This needs to be adjusted and taking responsibility for your behavior for your actions and understanding where you are aren't in right relationship ship to the world this next week. Great Week for doing it because all the aspects are very positive. They're all pushing us into the next chapter. They're they're all inviting us to go. Okay what is unresolved. What is unfinished? What do you actually need to do to get there? What does that look like? And and so this energy that's really moving very strongly in the world of a forward motion. And how do we. How do we work with our relationship to power with Saturn and Pluto meeting up? And what are we going to say about power. And what are we going to say about the structures of our world. And why do we say that about our structures our world where have have we. Where are we in our own right relationship to the world where we in our relationship to power? What is our understanding power? And how do we want to work with at Saturn Pluto. There's GONNA be knocking on everybody's door somewhere in your chart at twenty two capricorn so it's really understanding what that is and and allowing that to work on a different level allowing that to change on a different level and it's you know it's giving it permission To have a different story to have a different outcome to have a different way of A different way of thinking about things right. And that's important for us to do this this week. And also if you start clearing people like I was I've been doing. You might pop some of these older ones. Where maybe you weren't you weren't nice? You weren't kind you know you didn't you didn't Protect you didn't stand up for what was right you let things go by And and honoring that as part of your you know we we live our lives. We Learn I. I love the Maya Angelou quote quote where she says you know back then. That's what I knew now. I know a little better now. I know differently or now I've under I've come to understand differently so don't be mean to yourself when that stuff comes up but sit it and look at it and kind of honor it and say yeah. That's what I knew how to do then. And now we're am I in this world and it is a great week a lot of people Reaching hanging out connecting figuring out stuff solving things divorce is getting finalized. People saying okay. I'm done I'm leaving this job. People saying okay. I'm you know resolving this issue with my family okay. I'm you know I'm speaking up for what needs to be taken care of. You know. Watch where you're feeling this need and to be responsible or to take seriously 'cause Saturn is a serious planet your authority. He's in the sign of Capricorn as he gets closer to his marriage to Pluto where the power has been being used either good or bad and then to say to Saturn and Pluto like okay we need to make accommodations making understanding about how we're going to restructure our power and just watch you know you're gonNA find signed People writing in complaining or people talking and being irritated. And then you WanNa Kinda stand in your power and say you know I hear you but you know that's the way it's it's going to be or I hear you and I.
"new new york city" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"L. Twenty at my magic mud dot com so more just kind of general discussion about the future of cars. You guys have have a tesla. You told me just off the air that you gotta just about a month ago. <hes> this <hes> twenty thirteen model Tesla one of the earlier ones and <hes> we're discussing discussing like like you know the challenges of having to figure out where to go. You can't just go to any gas station. There's specific charging locations at different places. We can talk more about charging. It's annoying annoying too because it would you buy a cell phone from two thousand thirteen. You know that batteries not GonNa last so thinking about car and it says Oh you've got two hundred and forty miles will cars energy doesn't measure in miles measures in you know like I don't know in Atlanta hours yes so if you're accelerating lot or if you're driving on the Highway Kalash stop and go whatever yeah like you can't trust that you've actually got two hundred and forty miles no matter what so figure two hundred when calculating the miles from my like driving been around town habits because I think it calculates like how how what do you normally get. We don't know how it's GonNa calculate right and you you could go five miles per hour under the speed unlimited. I've noticed I can add a little bit of time to the counter and so this thing is pretty annoying say well. You're an early early adopter. I got I don't mind I get my car with gas full. I if it goes to half tank I go to the gas station fill. It's never knowing the kind of person I'm the kind of person who has always got to have full. I've got a quarter tank rule. I won't go below a quarter tate. I it's stupid but so like I let it go all the way yeah you're one of those guys and now we gotta tell me and that's what happened driving on empty find a gas station and it seemed like we were going to be able to get there and I'm back but apparently not no and I was trying to get here quickly. Which I think was definitely <unk> adversely impacted the battery kept its lower and I don't think these batteries are cheap to replace either right like you don't think it's worth it to replace? Would you replace the battery and your phone own well. Maybe if some of the old phones you could do that right. They've talked about in these electric cars. Having this service where you would go to a gas station they'd swap out one battery for another and then like you just be on your way. You know you can just like you would swap a battery on your phone batteries. Though right like this is an easy job they're huge but you can build them such that they just like slide inside out and then you're on your way you brought up an interesting concept about what questioning whether it's even worth into own own a car than I would go. I would go further and say it's unlikely that it's it's useful to own anything at all Paul unless it's an income producing asset yeah like you really want is transportation. That's the service that you're trying to buy with a car. You're like okay well. I need to get somewhere so I got to have this car but for most people it's not worth it for them and even have a car if you're in a an urban environment. It's definitely not worth it in almost every case right like if you're in New New York City you got to pay to park that damn thing everywhere even if you don't I mean it's a huge liability that you're opening yourself up to involvement with the state in in most cases you're never going to run into any state agents and less. You're on the road right then..
"new new york city" Discussed on Get Up!
"On the phone was like hey sorry and Bob Mars and now I'm coming so he told me that story in the radio show back in the day but the basketball outfit. Can you imagine I mean these are just words but can you imagine playing in the most beautiful version of basketball that we may have ever seen golden state and going. You know what I really like. The Nets team team. He only played against twice a year. Yeah Kevin Durant. We talked about this. The entire season was in an arranged marriage with the Golden State Warriors so regardless of whether they play beautiful basketball regardless of whether they want to championships. He wants finals M._V._p.. It didn't matter it was never going to be his never was going to be as team. We autism of him leaving this time a year ago so kyrie irving was talking to the Celtics and their fans about him staying halfway through the year. We realized he was leaving so both of those guys were leaving so now. Where do they go K.? D. was always coming to New York City. What ends up happening is when you get hurt you go from being the lead domino recruiting Kyrie Irving to the other way around that's why he joined the nets without giving them a meaning because he was being recruited by Kyrie Irving and he didn't necessarily need needs to be recruited Bob the team because he was coming to New York anyway all right so that's that's very interesting to me and so you're gonNA see K.? D. and Kyrie here and I also think it's worth pointing out. We were going through some of these fivethirtyeight projections earlier fivethirtyeight projects the nets this year here to win thirty eight games because he ran his it lost in all this hysteria like that that seems a little low but I mean what are they really without durant. They're more games than that last year and they added Kyrie Irving that still seems I look at them as like a middling east team thirty eight seems low. I guess we'll just go there but like I'm worried for the nets part of it is how comfortable Kyrie comes this year without durant and then it's like hey man. I'm that I'm not worried about that. So you think those guys no matter what like bill figure this thing out. What is the light at the end of the tunnel and we know that Katy is going to come back so therefore he and Kyrie you're going to have a kinship even though one playing in one not and you know what Katie is going to be telling Ari go for broke? Do your thing and you know what Carrie is going to be doing between the legs behind the back. Getting oozing is from the New York fans and in Brooklyn people going to say basketball is back in New New York City and once Katie comes back then we're going to be a contender..
"new new york city" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Absolutely sometimes it is about needing to sort of block it out otherwise otherwise it otherwise sometimes you even see it when it's not there because it becomes so insidious so you you just a few years ago. Get a life changing diagnosis of melanoma. You're diagnosed in two thousand fifteen gene and you're still not in full remission right. You had chemotherapy last year <hes> and you've spoken pretty openly about how life changing and kind of attitude changing this was for you. Can you speak to that yeah. I think it's it's interesting because <hes> like I think I'm happy positive person and I've been living a really great life and now I look back on stuff and I just feel like I wasn't living really at all because you're waiting for the one day or some day okay. I'm GonNa do this or one day. I'M GONNA go here <hes> and so i. I'm really grateful in a way that I've gone through cancer and you know I'm doing really well now. I just had some scans two weeks ago and they were the best of positive scans. I've had in four years so also optimistic yeah. I'm really optimistic that I'M GONNA come out of this but there was a point. <hes> you know maybe a year or two ago that I maybe it was GonNa die and I don't really know that I processed that but my doctors now. We'll tell me like yeah we didn't. I think you're GONNA make it. Inoperable tumors in your lung and people usually die within six to nine months with those so one. I'm glad that I was kind of naive when I was just like oh I'll just keep fighting and I didn't really know how serious it was <hes> but to I'm really lucky because there's this new immunotherapy that saving people's lives and I I kinda got cancer at the perfect time that these treatments are available that are saving my life so I'm very grateful but <hes> you know like I'll give you an example so my son was going to college in New New York City and I didn't know how much time I would have left and I thought whatever time I have left. I'm GONNA live with my son so we got an apartment on the upper west side in New York City and literally right now stepping sitting like steps away from Central Park. You know I would have never done that. Ah I would never put myself out there and been so dramatic and so courageous get tickets and move our lives. You know so I'm grateful because cancer has made me really live a bigger life. I wouldn't have gone to war on a honeymoon with three people or you donald these dramatic crazy if I hadn't gone through cancer so I think I'm living better living better life every day. <hes> and I hope I can keep doing it Vic Lord instead of like oh I mean about this and I've gotta worry about this than all these little worries that you have once you get cancer man those gloves window and you don't care you just don't care anymore. You're just trying to live yeah you know I had a shelley Smith on the podcast a couple of months ago and she obviously said something very similar and it's so hard I think for other people to try to take that lesson as much as people who go through these life changing illnesses or experiences. Try to tell everyone else how to replicate that feeling or that or that attitude. It's so hard to do without experiencing it yourself. Have you found that friends and family by virtue of being close to you and seeing the changes in you are being more risky and doing the things that they want in the moment and not waiting yeah I think so. I think my friend is a good example that goes for thing we just go for it and you know friends. I you know I just I keep going back to this trip because that's what happened to me but like I I would have never convinced people to travel with me to bore World War II before maybe but I'll look friends have gone through this cancer during with me and we're like you know what life's short. We're GONNA live so I do hope that people can get a piece of that. It is hard though because he never faced your mortality in the face you know tells us you'd probably GonNa die. You never get that wakeup call and but I wish people would because that would he's promised tomorrow right yeah so I I kind of started being cheesy but it helped me a lot. Maybe it I would help other people listening of instead of worrying about what I'm doing tomorrow. What I'm wearing tomorrow? We're going tomorrow. I would start writing down. What made me happy today? What was my joyful moment today that I'm living in this moment of joy <hes> so so like I had a little joy journal and so one of my things I just recently no that was <hes> making Pino scored two goals and she stands in the corner of the World Cup with their arms out to the stadium? I kid is proud. Peacock impose and that was one of my choice was watching that moment for her and <hes> you know whatever the woman is in a day that can keep you really centered around in that day. I think that's important so I I'm definitely trying to do that right and really wrap my brain and my heart around what is happy today. What am I living in this moment that I love that I love that actually talk on this podcast a lot about gratitude and I've gotten into neuroscience and how we can actually make our brains find happiness and gratitude and other emotions faster by creating synapses by using those muscles that we don't consider it's not literally a muscle but by repeating actions over and over it makes our brain goto that faster joint through arena and all that stuff yeah yeah and you know like if you really think about it? When was the last time you had a moment that you were like? I'm so happy I feel absolutely chewing cool though happy right this second because you could win yourself yeah pretty recently. I have like an internal joy journal. I'm like that person who's always in. This moment like this is awesome. This is the best kind of very yeah it's pretty good. It's not bad so I wonder if you can articulate and maybe you didn't know it at the time what may be scared you or prevented you from doing some of these things before. Was it more just being someone who was tied to what's realistic and what that makes sense so it makes sense for me to do this for my job or to live here to make this choice or wasn't an actual fear of being outside of a comfort zone or or money or what was standing in your way before I think all those things I think you live. I'm a very practical ethical person. I've never bought a car. I don't spend money. Not You know like I buy my T._V.. Max Nordstrom rack not buying a five hundred dollar pair. She's like I'm super practical <hes> but I would always say I was adventurous spirit but practical of mind and I think that when I'm learning is if you have an idea go do it. Bequeathed get caught in an I got caught in. I'll do that one day. You know what they had to take piano adolescence <hes> when is one day. When am I going to do that so I started taking piano lessons? I started a band. We'd get a Christmas concert. Our band name was the whole owes you know we just you know like instead of like these ideas is that Florida crusher minded like Oh gosh I would love to learn the Ukulele or whatever you know. I just started doing that stuff and I'm like doing we pack away all these little ideas one day and like I'm and how committed to this day. I love that I'm GonNa. I WANNA write that quote down. That's that's so special <hes> and I need. I need some footage of the Hojo's. Does this exist alleged exists. It exists has it hasn't been made public. I don't know that I know there. Were people at the place or concept. I needed this week to host the footage of awkward. My nickname nickname in life is Ho Ho Ho could be that but my family called me for short and so of course my sisters have shortened it to host. We'll be like in the store and they'll be like hey can you grasp this little book. I finally my son is like. Could you please stop calling my mother Ho public the so anyway. That's how we came up with the Ho that's great <hes> so your mom just got married right. Yes my several was another. I WanNa hear about this love story. This is this is wonderful. Oh you'll get a kick out of this. This was a random so my mother is this guy brand that she's just married. They both went to for lack of a better term a mormon matchmaker so person in Salt Lake City Utah would meet eight candidates in person doing interview by natural you know credit check background check <hes> interviewed people and then they would match them to each other and so my mom went on a date with this guy and they're both seventy six years old. They've only been married one time. Both of their spouses passed away from Parkinson's disease and they went on a date and my my mom told me that <hes> after the date they hugged in the parking lot and they both thought like a shock of lightening and I was like Oh my Gosh give my seventy sixers mother has chemistry with someone. There's hope for us all like Hugh. I love that how is the wedding. Oh so cute it was again a very funny the Mormon wedding because they got married in a church and the Mormon Church have have these things called cultural halls and basically Jim that you can set up tables and chairs and have a banquet but then it's also a basketball gym so we have this beautiful wedding. It's decorated just like like a wedding and then we all pitch in and put everything away and then the family had a pick up basketball after the wedding so I'm like that is quintessential woman doesn't right there. That's so great. I love that time for a quick break and then more. 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"new new york city" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"His plan to protect renters in New York City. The new New York City office to protect tenants will have an approach the mayor describes as muscular when it comes to a building's occupants, the landlord is harassing limit is trying to force them out is trying to flip the apartment for higher rent. We go in we issue the violations right there. There's a chance for landlord to fix it. They should just fix it. Let's say they don't fix the first instance, we're gonna issue significant penalties. That's a chance for them to fix it and pay those penalties and get right? If they continue to ignore that. It means they're bad actors. We're trying to hurt working people. That's when we seize the building and on his WNYC broadcast. The mayor said the building would be given to community nonprofit that can run it properly. You said the message of fix it or lose. It will have an impact on bad landlords, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty a thirteen year old Wisconsin girl who was kidnapped three months ago after her parents were murdered is alive and safe and reunited with relatives. Today. Police say Jamie clause escape from the man who'd been holding her in a cabin. She then flagged down one of his neighbors g nutter who just happened to be out walking her dog. She was kind of far away from me at first, you know, and I don't I didn't have my glasses on Bowen. She got to me I knew right away because you know, we've seen her picture every day for free. Months? The man now charged with the murders and the kidnapping twenty one year old Jake Paterson, seven forty one a WCBS busy day for the Yankees. And the Mets. We'll check sports with rich next when it comes to taking care of your family.
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"Intervene with a pardon. The case will go to a hearing to determine enough evidence to court martial goski. If convicted he could face the death penalty, the Pentagon calls the case, a law enforcement matter and has pledged to respect the integrity of the process homelessness in the US is inching upward live to CBS's. Vicki Barker in its annual report to congress, the department of housing and urban development will say that the number of homeless Americans rose three tenths of a percent. This year the second increase in a row. This is unemployment fell and wages rose. The problem. The Wall Street Journal reports is a severe shortage of. Affordable rental housing. In other words, the main driver of homelessness, these days isn't necessarily drugs or drink or mental illness. It's quite simply not having a home. Deborah, Google is expanding its home in New York City WCBS radios, Marla diamond is in lower Manhattan. Google is investing one billion dollars to lay down roots in the Hudson square area, where we'll have its new massive campus, they've already acquired Google says the investments in Chelsea Hudson square will create capacity to more than double their employee headcount in New York over the next decade, Meghan Markle's father is appealing to Queen Elizabeth to help resolve a standoff with his daughter, the new duchess of Sussex. Soon something where we resolved, and we'll be talking. I this can't continue forever and his Marco cut off contact after her father dropped out of her wedding to Prince Harry at the last minute. This is CBS news to experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. Good.
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"A companion program to develop a new ground control system for them the air force estimates. Four billion people worldwide used GPS for everything from navigation to time stamping Bank transactions. Tom reghati, Fox News a month after the FDA cracked down on the sale of flavored e cigarettes. There's new research showing more. Kids are vaping these days. A new study from the university of Michigan says the use of electronic cigarettes also known as vaping is two times higher than last year high school age teens experts say e cigarettes are especially attractive to this age group because they can be used discreetly. Some are made to resemble computer flash drives allowing teens even vape in class after vaping and alcohol. The most common thing teens uses marijuana. The survey found about one in four students said they use marijuana at least once in the last year. Mike Piazza, Fox News. Another tech giant wants to expand operations in New York City. This time Google says it'll spend a billion dollars with a more than one point seven million square foot campus in the city this month after Amazon announced it will have a second headquarters location in New York's Long island city neighborhood on Wall Street. Modestly falling stock futures suggests more selling the start the week following that massive selloff Friday. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. Been all dead after an auto pad good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott indicate cocaine user, this is Oklahoma's first news coat this morning jacket this afternoon. I forecast is coming up. The only information Oklahoma City police are releasing so far about a fatal auto pedestrian accident yesterday is that the victim was a juvenile. The accident happened near south east forty fourth in Hawaii. The cause of the accident is under investigation. A man is recovering from burn injuries and smoke inhalation after an apartment fire in southeast Oklahoma City yesterday sent him to the hospital. It happened at the Aspen walk apartments and the fifty five hundred block of south sunny lane. Authorities say the victim was confined to abandon could not escape on his own another person received minor burns and was treated at the scene. The fire was confined to one apartment and eight mile. Rapid transit bus line is planned for Oklahoma City. Thanks to a fourteen point four million dollar federal grant the line will connect downtown Oklahoma City with regional medical and commercial centers in north west Oklahoma City this. Service is expected to start in twenty twenty three rapid transit bus service generally makes stops and has traffic signal. Prioritization, that let's buses move. Faster funeral services are this afternoon for Edmund mayor, Charles lamb. He died last week at age seventy two lamb had been mayor since two thousand eleven his funeral is at one thirty this afternoon at new covenant United Methodist Church in Edmund no injuries from a train derailment north of Kiowa in southeastern Oklahoma. Authorities say a Union Pacific train with sixteen railcars and a rear facing locomotive derailed about six thirty yesterday morning. The train was hauling steel grain and beer from San Antonio to Kansas City. Okay weather center and the forewarn storm team. It'll be partly sunny today. We're headed to a high of fifty four and will drop to thirty six tonight. Tomorrow, partly sunny, a high of fifty six your next news update in ten minutes. I'm Jacqueline Scott, NewsRadio one thousand KiKi. Okay. Newsradio.