19 Burst results for "Nine Two Thousand Nine"

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Episodes right now high crime junkies. I'm your host ashley. Flowers and i am bread and the story i have you. Today is one that our highest level fan club members actually voted to hear us tell. It's about a serial killer a man who stalked the streets of cleveland. For years luring unsuspecting women. One by one into what can only be called a house of horrors but it's also about everyone who saw a community in crisis and chose to look away. This is the story of anthony. So well the cleveland strangler It's late afternoon on october. Twenty ninth two thousand nine and police in cleveland. Ohio are pulling together a team of officers to execute an arrest warrant. The warrant is related to a sexual assault report. Police took two days earlier on the twenty seven from a woman named tundra billups. Who told police that she been at this guy's place partying when out of nowhere. He just snapped. He beat her sexually assaulted her even tried to strangle her with an extension court. Oh my god. In her report hundred told police she'd been unconscious for hours after she was strangled. And that both she and her attacker were almost like surprised. When she woke up there was no doubt in her mind that he was trying to kill her. He meant to kill her. So did she know her attacker. She did. Actually his name is anthony so well though she and everyone else who knew him just called him. Tone and tone is no stranger to the mount pleasant neighborhood where he lives and where letendre spends a lot of time. We'll have even been to his place before he dated one of her friends for a long time. I guess and she always known him as perry friendly very generous guy always out on his front steps talking to the people who passed always willing to help neighbors who needed a hand but letendre had heard some rumors lately that suggested to her. That tone had a dark side that he'd been violent with other women to and it was hard for people to believe that it was even possible just because of who he was again..

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

04:20 min | 10 months ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"And i i saw it and i was expecting. I read the book and i saw the movie. I don't know why but something something. I felt a little hollow for me for ready player. One I i'm not. I don't know why didn't tickle my funny bone because it's a movie that is made for all my pop culture references. But he just it was. I didn't find it all that engaging unfortunately for you is eye candy. I i didn't care for. I didn't really care for the story line. I thought the storyline was generic but But it was kind of candy. I did watch it but i watch it at home in theater and i believe tie shared in pleased. The dad right. He's n- he's not playing the the the main character. I think he plays the dad. So yeah he plays parsifal wade while she plays yup yup. Okay okay. oh yeah. Yeah wade watts. Yeah parcel okay. Yeah my bed number. Seven ed jason. I think it's cope. Cop cope in district nine. Two thousand nine Well and that was just a that was yeah the the performances in that and especially yet and having such an alien character be imbued with the personality that he did I i really enjoy the movie. And i thought it was a technical marvel and it also had enough heart that i didn't feel like it was just eye candy. It's actually it's strange because you watch something like and it's a little cold but district nine was not was not a cold movie in my opinion wrong champions. Well yeah i. I seen chappie. No yeah okay but district. I loved extra nine. And i'm still hurt by the fact that he never got to make his alien movie..

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Moth

"Whether it's day or night time and he sleeps with a pair of clothes right next to him and whenever he would hear footsteps he would jump out of the couch and look through the blinds and see who was. We finally go to our final appointment at the end of the three months and we walk in with our attorney and i noticed that it was different. Judge who was sitting there was an older gentleman and he looks really intense. And i remember the first time that i saw him and my mind. I was so intimidated by him. Because he wouldn't smile he wouldn't talk or anything like that. And i was pretty intimidated because i had to translate whatever conversation was going to happen because i was our families translator so the judge carries on without her attorney for a little bit and then turns his attention to my dad and after some basic questions he gets right into it and starts asking my dad if he has a translator says my daughter will translate for us and he tells me what he says young lady. Whatever i say to you you say you translate exactly what i say. Nothing more nothing less. And whatever your dad says you tell me exactly what he says. Nothing more nothing less. And i agree. He asks my dad questions really demeaning questions like do i understand correctly that you came here on fourche papers and my dad starts to say well. Yes but he goes on this long explanation and then he cuts my dad often and says i just want to hear yes or no. I don't care about the explanation. I don't need to explanation. And so they kind of this conversation goes on like this back and forth and it's not going well at all and finally he tells my dad you know we here in the united states do not give citizenship to people that break the law. We can't and i won't. And as soon as i traveled a this to my dad. I just put my head down. And i started praying and when i opened up my eyes. I see my dad. Rising his seat a he starts on buckling his belt at which point. I'm thinking he's completely losing his mind. I'm not sure he's getting ready to do. But he lifts up his on the right side in his native language looks at the judge and says this is what the communists did to me. He's pointing a four to five inch knife scar and then he left pushes down his pants in the back and turns around a little bit and again says this what the communists did to me pointing pointing three gunshot wounds and then he takes off his shoes and takes off his hawks and points that his toes and says this is what the communists at. Timmy he's pointing out his toenails. What should they try to pull with. Pliers and i remember thinking i know i am hearing what i'm hearing but somehow everything was in registering because as i am translating these horrible things. I'm also learning for the first time about my dad's whereabouts in all of those times that i didn't know where he will as he was in prison ping torture and in a moment. I have never felt more sorrow. He continues to tell the judge. It's easy for you to judge me. You sit in that seat and you wear this robe but if you came on this side and you looked at me one man to another. You will see that everything i did. I did to save my children. I had no other choice and you might deny it right now but had it been you. I know you would do the same thing. And if you have to show the american public the you didn't take it easy on us i understand. Send me back. I volunteer. Please let my children stay. Please give my children and new home. And then he just puts his head down and starts just crying like a baby and allegedly us. We're on a break. And he comes back after an hour and soon as he enters the room. I noticed that he doesn't have his rope on and we thought on break but he goes up to his chamber and grabs something and starts walking back down and towards us. We're pretty nervous. Because we're not sure why he's walking towards us and entire time has both eyes. Were on my dad. He goes past me behind me and stops right next to my dad. My dad turns his chair and looks at him up and he says mr some odd cy. Let me see your hand. My dad shows him his hand and he puts a stamp on my dad's hand and says mr samata. I will like you to be the one to stamp your children's papers together. They stamp our papers and when they move their hands it reads asylum granted he then flips the page to my parents papers and stamps. It with the same stamp then looks onto my dad and stole puts his hand on his shoulder and says welcome to america. It took us eighteen years from the day that we arrived here for me to be granted. An american citizenship on twenty nine two thousand nine as i stood there and i was sworn in as an american citizen. I pledged allegiance to my new homeland. And it is through my children my two year old son and my unborn child in my room that i will make sure that that overflows in my heart every single day. We'll continue to live on long after i'm gone. Thank you.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on Here & Now

"Urban areas tripled between nine hundred ninety nine and two thousand nineteen with that increase in deaths in farm country. There's also a race. Gap blacks have the highest mortality rates per capita but that's been halved in the past twenty years although other news is good after hyder voyage is a physician and associate director at the veterans affairs. Boston healthcare system head researcher on this. Study dr the study was pre pandemic. We'll get to what impact might be. But why is this happening in rural areas. The reason wide the gap between urban and rural areas has essentially tripled over. Two decades is because of many different reasons. The reason that i think many might be familiar with. It is perhaps the opioid epidemic. We've also seen this. We saw this in some of our previous work is that chronic conditions of the heart and lung even conditions such as dementia death rates from these conditions are really have been skyrocketing in a rural areas. So it's a combination of both. That's from what have been called diseases of despair such as drug overdoses suicide and alcohol but also chronic conditions of heart lung that are responsible for This gap tripling at the same time. What we're seeing. Is that the access of rural americans. Do not just heiko healthcare but any healthcare has been eroding. I mean you say diseases of despair. They lead to the deaths of despair substance abuse or suicide. We've talked before here about how life expectancy has actually dropped among some rural americans. Many white men. Why are they having more. Chronic disease heart disease lung disease liver disease reason why chronic diseases on the rise in rural america is because many of the conditions that are risk factors for these diseases are are much higher in rural america than they are in urban areas. The nutrition overall is poorer enroll america than urban areas. The amount of exercise people get is lower. Smoking rates are much higher. Diabetes rates are much higher the debts or as the tip of the iceberg. What you're really seeing is is that the other duration of health in rural america. Sure you live in a city. You might walk for miles every day but we understand. You started looking to this when you were working in. North carolina and spital on the verge of bankruptcy that fits into this to hospitals closing in rural areas. Talk about that. I work in a rural hospital in ashburn north carolina. This was the only hospital for about one hundred fifty thousand people. And when i was there i realized that this hospital was in fact on the verge of bankruptcy and in fact since then it declared bankruptcy last year the more i dug into the story the more i realize that really. It wasn't just a one off event hospitals around the country. Rural hospitals around the country were either declaring bankruptcy closing or on the verge of doing so talk about the racial component. Black seem to make great health progress. A having their gap with white americans again per capita when it comes to mortality wise that overall if you look at the gap between blessing non hispanic whites and black americans that gap has have over the twenty years between nineteen ninety. Nine two thousand nine hundred however black americans still have the highest rates of debt amongst essentially all racial and ethnic groups and rule. Black-americans are the one group the highest rate of debt amongst all of the groups that we looked at this is before the pandemic. I'm thinking of people of color who worked and died on the front lines. How do you think factoring in the pandemic years is going to either alter or magnify. What's happened here robin. I am very worried about the impact of the pandemic on rural america. We know that a lot of racial and ethnic minorities living in rural areas have ended up working in fields such as meat packing plants et that. Were hit disproportionately the pandemic and now. What we're seeing is that rural america is lagging behind the rest of the country in vaccination rates. And what i also worry about. Is that the economic recovery that we might see in large. Urban areas is going to even further outpaced that of rural areas who post delegate findings at here now dot org. It's quite disturbing hydrofluoric. Lead researcher on the widening gap of deaths tripling in rural areas compared to urban areas. Got voracious thank you. Thank you robin okay. So maybe your state has lifted pandemic restrictions. And you're itching to hosted get together have a few folks over so many of us are feeling the desire to get social again. But we're not quite sure how to do it. And what to serve that keeps everyone safe because after all we are still in a pandemic well for more on this we have with us here. Now chef resident chef. Kathy guns with some suggestions. Hey kathy higher tanya so you did a little research on your own. You asked folks on facebook about their feelings on entertaining. And what did they tell you. Well there were certain themes that emerged. One friend wrote that she had a super party to celebrate a year and a half of missed holidays. They had grabbed blocks for new year's and lot for hanukkah and lamb chops for greek easter. And how it was all about love and food and connecting which seems to be a theme other people wrote that they're just keeping things simpler having fewer people over people who might normally have ten or twelve people over now on only having to people and finding that they're enjoying it more that there's more satisfaction and better conversations. Other people acknowledged that their only entertaining doors and that means they don't have to clean their house. A win win. Yeah that's a win win no matter what but what are some things you suggest for folks who are thinking about. Maybe all of those scenarios. Well you know. I think the idea i. I'm always up for keeping things simple and keeping them fresh and it's summer so being outdoors is the obvious choice. I have three recipes that all can be done ahead of time and are really seasonal. The first is actually a drink. A watermelon cherry lime and meant agua fresca which is means freshwater and agua friscos really popular fruit based drink throughout mexico. This is so refreshing you just throw chunks of seedless watermelon with pitted cherries which are in season with lime juice and meant. You barely need sugar at all. And it's an instant drink and for the adults if you wanted. You could throw a little tequila or rum in there but literally a five minute recipe also done. Yeah right on his he loss. It is so easy. They're right and you have such gorgeous fruit in california. A lot of other people wrote to me and said you know my kids are not vaccinated. So i still feel hesitant to have people indoors. So that's perfect outdoor recipe for kids and adults. Yeah it feels special. There was a little bit of effort. Put into it. But it's simple. You also have a noodle dish for us i do. This is a play on colt sesame noodles you make a sauce with fresh ginger me so pays peanut butter rice wine vinegar and at the last minute.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Radio Show

The Radio Show

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Radio Show

"Was looking around and my clothes house. I realize something because we we're both watching the show. Way i'm dressed. Did you change me. And she was like no no plus it are laughing go. She literally finessed me. Massey changed for the better. So listen to this guys out there. That don't man to change for the better so when you yourself. You know dressing better haircut. Looks a little bit better. You can thank you wife or girlfriend now. She ones but shaving man. That's the problem. That's the semester over with so i'm going barbara. Get that done now. Put with it. You know it's the full pants man. A man zeus zeus from the podcast z. Talk is him at our massino. All right the episode. Come out biweekly. This point yes. They are on youtube. Search for z. Talk with susan. Zeno are you can search for talk features. And they're also available now podcasts. Auto podcast providers are eligible to search for disease the z. z. Talk podcast with zeus encino. All right so that spotify apple wherever you get your podcast. You can find him on there. I guarantee you that is worth your time. Please check them out all right. So i wanted to pivot group where we've been talking about podcasting. We got into a little bit of family life and everything. So i wanted to talk to you about your favorite team behind you. The falcons real quick. So you like we were both fans that teams who perennially. I mean yeah. We've had some success recently. But overall the saints and falcons are maybe now but we did a lot of losing so we both had our fisher disappointment. So what keeps you coming back every year. And i don't say that sarcastically. As much as i dislike the falcons. But i'm just saying in general. What keeps you coming back. The one thing that i think every falcons fan wants obviously is the one thing you guys got back in two thousand seven. I believe that championship. You want nine two thousand nine you want that. Bring your want that title especially considering the fact that you know. You're so damn quo. But three quarters. We had it for three quarters and the craziest the craziest thing to me. That i always hear his falcons never trailed that game and we lost. That's facts when you trail. The game was over your exactly so it was when when that happened. We'd never tried that game like the joke. We just game. Guess what at that time. It was over. But but it's that ring but honestly for me man honestly. This is the thing that it's it's one. It's your love of your city right I know you know you. You're obviously a big new orleans saints. Fan Love freightliner right because you have grew up here. I don did you meet your wife here. All your kids and your kids are born here. So so you've gotta love for atlanta. I love my city man. I was born in dallas texas. But i came here in nineteen ninety when i was around four or five and and i just i i love atlanta. Atlanta's my home. I don't know if i even wanna move. My wife is always talking about wanting to go down to tampa just because she has friends down there. And she's the michigan so she loves the beach so she's like because i i don't know if i wanna move to a place that hurricane season comes around and you might have to. You might have to leave like every year. I obviously i know in new orleans that was just a. What's it called. That was one of those times where it was so bad that you had to evacuate but it's not every year where he's in tampa leave almost everything with me. I'm like oh every is not a category five hurricane. Yeah exactly but but you know. I love atlanta. So honestly that that that love that you have for one year city and then to you grow affinity for this team so much so that honestly man. I'm gonna tell you so many of my life events. I remember them. Based off of the falcons seasons. So i'm not even thinking you asked me ask. When did you meet your wife. Look i think that was the year two thousand twelve because that was the year we went to the nfc championship Forty niners. I met her in november of that year so november two thousand twelve. That means that also allows me to know because i graduated after that season from polish. I know i graduated in two thousand thirteen. I always married right before the two thousand sixteen season. And i know my kids were born right after the two thousand sixteen season. You know. 'cause my kids were born Do may but they were born in march because they were twins so they came up. But i know like some events in my life. I know around the falcons seasons. So you you there's just something there's just a theory that you end up having for certain in for a lot of people it's full bind offer you. It's football as well right new orleans but there's some people that have the same thing basketball same thing for for you know for other other sports. It's just you have a certain type of it's a belonging because you know what i mean you belong to something. You belong to the new orleans saints fan. I belong to the atlanta falcons. Phantom you know it might not be the great. The i don't know how you guys feel in new orleans about other fans in new orleans fair. I feel like a lot of fans of fair weather. But that's because there's a lot of people who just can't suck up the that up as as a faggot fan assistant greatest defeat by the way insane. Yeah yeah so. That's the biggest thing that about. Just love for its. It took me a while to get. I didn't grow up watching football. I actually all high school. I never watched football. I started watching football. Until i put it on two thousand eight. I started watching football. And then i was like you know what i like the sport and that was but you know if i'm gonna watch the sport i'm gonna have to go for team and i'm about to be one of these people that i started watching should so i have a friend who started watching for in the new guests who who was big at the time new england so guess who. He's a fan of new england. You know what i mean. I know you. I was like i was raised here. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go for my city little that i know that ride is going is a painful right. It's a painful right but that man but when we get that rainman it's gotta be worth. I know demo. You thought that you guys were writing right that train and then when you got that right i know you guys you guys felt. That's the one thing that i want is. The group is is the greatest sports field. Now perhaps my s is going to surprise you that win. The super bowl is most awesome. Thanks. i never thought. I'd see it like us making it. They're much less win thing but for me. The biggest moment was actually knowing we were going when we beat device that we were going almost was more aesthetic the fact that we got there then i felt like okay. We got there not that that was the end. But i mean i was. I was a crazy person knowing we were going light because i never figured it would ever happen. You know at the point is just one game one game one game the then.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Radio Show

The Radio Show

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Radio Show

"Easy going on man was going on sixteen children man. The episode of the aftermath. We up here. You know we do. We interviewed the the interesting guest on this show. And you know what's funny is that you know i gotta keep remembering that. Some people might be hearing or seeing us for the first time so in saying that that that has that you see over there with their okay boomers on easy sixteen and you are checking out the radio. Show the aftermath. Now the radio show. We're basically a a hip hop variety. Show we Play games we dropped shows every every week and we basically just talk through the issues of the day whatever that might be and we add some humor and some of the but when we're not doing that particular type of show we're doing which you see. Here's the aftermath where we get interesting guest and we interviewed them in long form so today easy we got a gentleman named keytar whittle. Now man look you know me all right. We do these interviews. I do my homework. But this do. I had his his so much stuff. Man i literally had to like do homework for real to get everything that we need needed form. So let's not waste any more time. This is go ahead and talk to you. Know appreciate you taking the time to come and talks. Was today man absolutely eighteen pouncing. He says they'll be a falcons. Fan is tough on right now to walk. Hope got hope hoping getting done for us though. Yes good point is more promising. Like as a falcons thing in your good you know. If ain't gonna happen new york good you know good you every year you wake up if it is the year that it will happen. That's the beauty about being a fan though. That's the beauty about being a fan is defined beauty. You know could look different ways. I mean yes team stab you in the spine. Yes they do. We all have one one we have and it was a long time ago. How long has long time ago. You remembered not that long ago was it was twenty ten two thousand nine two thousand nine. Yeah what do you. What do you think atrium at the patriots. Say y'all got one we don't have one ambra a fair point because friends who don't have ranged and my brother will tell you they i. I got a buddy of mine. That's the detroit lions fan and he's like. Yeah 'cause when i'm like we should have at least three like dude i i wanna fight you right. Now he's saying you up you're talking about. You should have more when you have one. And i have nothing. I'm not even wanna playoff game and you said you haning win a playoff game yes. It's a news. Come across the screen. Is that why you brought up the. Because he he could see the background back here. Okay okay meld his background. Oh god you smell. Oh wow wow so we start on the right foot already unless it is going to be fun it yes yes it is so kid i gotta tell you man before we get into this interview that i was just saying when we were doing to insure that i do my homework on the people that we've talked to and i literally had to carve out a weekend for you out of stuff that you have going on like it was another job for me. Thank you got so much stuff. There's so much there that i'm like. It's almost hard to know where to start with. But again like i said no beginning. I appreciate you taking out the time to talk to us. You have an interesting story that people need to know about and like i said again appreciate the time today. I'm inside so let's start with the beginning. Let's start at the beginning. Which germany and can you tell us about your upbringing and how that helped shake your work ethic and dry year born and raised atlanta Mother and father dad sold insurance. While i was young. Mom has always been in education Play sports small plate in nba fly fourteen years so i grew up around basketball. My dad he there from new york So it was being in sports for sports play basketball on baseball to maintain good grades in school was Got the high school. That's when life became like oh grown my life High school. I i went to what would academy which is a private school and play basketball. Got a basketball scholarship. End up getting kicked out. Not kicked out and i was like. Oh this is real this is this is my first time. Like bad guy you know. A then went to another school and in his plan. Ball here We're was my first taste of what money looked like my thrift. Like my uncle head. What i'm saying like rolls ms nada. But i seen a g wagon in the ninety. It was like a sea like a dude was driving in this. What is that in. How did you get it lawyer trying to learn. But he was like oh my had bought it from his way a lawyer but my dad always taught money in my day. He wanted him powerful like and he he teaches. You are listening to motivational tapes. Doesn't him heels. They like he wanted him dead that he put an entrepreneur spiriting militant work being ignored but but he always thought there's no work nobody which is so So that's why i kind of get mar- massport is light entrepreneurs fearful now that's just to know about that know knowing where that was built it and i it's sort of leads me into my next question about we're talking a little bit about your diverse background and automating things that you've had gone on so you from accidents comedy because i guess you got comedy special out there in your entrepreneur so you're able to wear a bunch of so how were you able to deliver a hundred percent to each one of these different than do you can't can is impossible is impossible for me to go do as many open mic as i need to to be the best comedian out there if i'm going to run a successful business because i need to get up early impossible so you you do what you do was needed at the time so you can low-dose some other at some point. I will no longer step foot into my company's.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I goes other options I've got some games ology you guys are going to want to gamble on Superbowl forty six shots hello again thank you I am I am this close I get it yeah hairs into away from just trying to start dabbling in like online poker and stuff like that just because I have the craving I saw the money sitting in my account that I have not you sends over a month from now until now prized enough to win like to draft gambling like them who's gonna bet on their engagement selected well you know that's funny let's let's bring that up right now because I know they they do they have had I'd say half a million odds on who what which team we know who will be drafted by which to yeah we have all these mock drafts you can draft you can bet on picks one through three the first three picks exact order players drafted in top five in players drafted in the top six so there is stuff right they go it said I can convince myself my brain that I know I. Cavalli somewhat of a chance gambling on the the spreads and stuff of actual games because I'm just that dumb and I tell myself that when it comes to where people can be picked in the draft nobody knows well who watches the games like Winnie all the NFL network is running with these games now and you watch him and you know I don't have a clear memory of what happened with Pittsburgh play Green Bay in twenty seventeen so I can watch the game and still enjoy it yeah and yeah sports is running old with where they were I think they still are running old NHL playoff games and I don't remember who wins which game winner what scores are it's just nice to have something they ran a jet game of from a nineteen ninety nine would mark Sanchez at quarterback nine two thousand nine and I'm thinking you know what I know is in when they watched as the **** fumble game I don't wanna watch mark Sanchez when ninety nine Vinnie was quarterback in the first game they were predicted the voters Superbowl Feeney blows out his Achilles in the first game all right are you ready yeah thank you excellent news.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"L. D. S. took place October ninth two thousand nine in the playoff run that led to the Yankees twenty seventh World Championship let's get back to the action here on your flagship station for Yankees baseball the fan well Bernard wriggled out of a jam we are still scoreless who's a football game Minnesota has the Yankees absolutely nothing with Blackburn only a walk to Matt has got Nick from pitching a perfect for any Swisher connotes all lefty hitters against the righty Blackburn as we play here in the bottom of the fifth inning its most lopsided nothing nothing game I've ever seen something I'm just looking for the walk to mess Blackburn has not given up a hit and one walk that's the exhibit at the ball hard either is massively strike one the Aggies of stranded one in Minnesota has surrendered seven whole bunch of numbers only numbers account runs nothing nothing in the bottom of the Blackburn's one Texas drive its sewage exhibits low and in the cow one into no one to to massively swung on file third base side out of play is pulled made contact and stay alive John sterling Susan Waldron at Yankee Stadium the ones who Dr three of the knees on the inside corner one away and the Yankees are putting up absolutely no offense against can I get a good swinging estimates of goodies this one away the pitch sequences you try and particularly veteran hitters are on the NBC trying to figure out what Blackburn is doing well there isn't any pitch sequence so you really have to see the ball hit the ball very tough to do he's hitting spots is changes please great games feature breaking well to be tough to **** better odds of the one walk amass here's Swisher and it's a high profile surveys it was a good swing Jeter hit a ball to deep center to end the third I can't think I may be wrong do you think of another ball and she's been hard hit or someone had a really good swing the pop ups the other balls or near world strong on the inside corner Swisher McConnell into Swisher struck out his first now here's Blackburn's to swing on route it follows a breaking ball Swisher someone on top of it hated weekly phone offers it was just thinking about that game when Bobby Abreu hit.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"His sixteenth birthday a sagas high school student walked into the campus quad today pulled a handgun from his backpack and shot five classmates he then fired a bullet into his own head leaving himself in grave condition one of his victims a sixteen year old girl died at the scene a fourteen year old boy died later at the hospital I hate to have Saugus be added to the names of Columbine parkland sandy hook but it's a reality that affects us all throughout the nation something we're have to deal with and as captain Lewis said we got to figure out what are we doing wrong and how can we stop this from happening in the future the shooting which occurred around seven forty at the LA county school set other students scrambling for cover some fleeing from the campus others barricading themselves inside classrooms or offices the state is considering moving another sexually violent predator into San Diego county the department of state hospitals has proposed Thomas corn well be moved to a residence in how come the hot springs Cornwell was convicted of two counts of lewd act on a child back in two thousand eight he served nearly eight years in prison residents can speak out in a hearing scheduled for Thursday December nineteenth a warning about U. S. B. charging stations the LA district attorney's office sent out a tweet today cautioning about a USB charger scale also known as Jews jacking people are being advised not to use charging stations of places like airports or shopping centers because they could be loaded with malware which could send private information to hackers now here's bill hall and with the latest from Wall Street stock friend in place today digesting the run up to record levels and this is now becoming the longest strongest bull market in history four hundred seventy one percent on March ninth two thousand nine thirty five percent since president trump took.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"It has the least amount of singles it came out. I think in ninety nine two thousand nine hundred ninety nine and then I started you're listening to I got a used record store. In two thousand. I was a sophomore in high school and that summer I got. I think it was mono. I never got tested for it but but I was had basically like strep throat for six weeks or two months and I couldn't talk like I could. I had like a really horse voice and I sat around at home home. I didn't have a ton of friends and I listen to this shit out of that album important question. Yanji get mono from your high school. sweethearts slash. Now wife no randy. Don't listen to this no I did not. I don't know how I got it because I think you can get it from other things right right. I licked durant us. You can get it from other things but yeah but that's I think like that was the album that hooked me on them and I think I was because I was like Moody's sort of teenager and like you could kind of connect. Tagalog Adam dirt's I feel like because he was you know he liked to write his poetry and kind of Mope and then but he dated Hawk Cox Jennifer Aniston too. He dated to the ends. Let not your friend Lisa Cujo but not Lisa kudrow now may or may not be the Shankar and his friend as she is not at all. It was never meant yeah but yeah so I think that was part of it is like I just like I had these feelings and when you listened to the music or the you listen to the lyrics now they are a little corny but I don't know when you're like fourteen or fifteen full of hormones and moping about girls. It's like yeah put an electric guitar behind my feelings.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Watching this video of this a police officer that say this twelve day old baby bye with stop breathing and the officer took him and started massaging follow his casting a bring back to life yeah that's me wings on the news okay that is amazing okay are something else that is made easy is that so feel around her son favor I know but she hasn't been in a movie since she made a small appearance in nine two thousand nine CM musical with Nicole Kidman inviolate beakers which I never stop I don't either none of us stop the member we were also excited and then the bruise reviews came out whatever but she's so she hasn't been in a movie but I Serbian pushed in a wheelchair and I'm like what the heck is so feel around doing in person or will to know how and even the pavement is in Italy no it's for the movie well I know that's what it was for okay in the end the pavement is kind of risky over there okay but in wheelchair is not good I'm uneven old no fourteenth century ground I always feel bad should she be bush well Italy the really it's called it's called it's an Italian movie of who knows it'll when else ever beards kind levied at the van de Este otherwise known as the life ahead in English honest to be right I know you just made it all up now let me get the vent their say okay yeah I can never made this **** on the impala I won't swear in Italian now I was told by legal that's against the law I'm glad to know that because I remember one time way long ago I did because I remember when I can't act I you met they like traditions the Italian limitations from was denying you learned all the phrases you came back and said every one of our one on the air yeah.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I governor Cuomo is threatening action against an international body that regulates waterways between the United States and Canada. If it doesn't reimburse New York for costs linked to record flooding around Lake Ontario. The governor says the international joint commission took little preventative action after the 2017 floods and Cuomo says recent high waters, from a massive snowpack and spring rains have again damaged homes, businesses and property costing tens of millions of dollars. Authorities say a small plane crashed on Long Island killing both people on board. The Federal Aviation authority said the plane crashed in south hold New York yesterday morning south whole town supervisor Scott Russell said the two people on board were killed their names were not immediately released a dog on the planes revived the crash. The FAA says it will investigate the crash along with the National Transportation Safety board. Ten candles on the cake today for a city park that now welcomes eight million visitors a year and Manhattan's high line is marking to milestones, the parks, final section opened on Wednesday just days before the tenth anniversary of the opening of the first section on June ninth two thousand nine the elevated rail line was built in the nineteen thirties to raise freight trains, above street level efforts to preserve the line started in the nineteen eighties after the train stopped running the line has since been converted into an urban oasis art showcase and tourism magnet, sixty four degrees. Now a high of seventy seven this afternoon with mostly sunny skies today. It will be mostly cloudy tonight, slight chance for some showers. Dropping down to a low of sixty two degrees, six minutes after nine o'clock. It's WNYC support for NPR comes from the Alzheimer's Association, working toward a vision of a world without Alzheimer's, providing care, and support to all those facing the disease with a commitment to advancing. Critical.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"The year to help you two thousand ten two thousand nine two thousand nine st- white note. Hey, Turkoglu, Brandon, ROY. Oh, yeah. The reread Ables thousand nine when you were really good. I listed five guys who I was really good. As one of my career years at three thousand nine Simmons. It's like tiger tiger two thousand four the how about I just listed five playoff closers. What of which was branded ROY ROY had a stretch there where it was unbelievable, man. I mean, look that's not that's not on him. And thank God. He got his money. But. John ram saying, I love rain, or you know, what's funny is that Celtics trade that led to that whole thing. I hated that trade because I like Brandon ROY so much I did too. And then you talk to people, I think you, and I both probably did have a couple of sources that point. And everybody's like, yeah. He's going to be out of the league in six years. Yeah. Guy ligaments in his name is like, yeah. But maybe he's still worryingly. Yes. Wasn't a short term. But wasn't it still worth having that Brandon ROY for five years? Okay. So the same thing with John Blair remember that? Yeah. No. SEO's? It's like all right. But this is the fortieth pack just played five years of Gabes. We'll just take him. Game of thrones really quickly. Yeah. Definitely you were at you were down on this season. Well, wait a minute. Now, the whole season diving I episode try your data season seven over a look. As a writer. I get it. The guys who just shared Abobo bets..

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:19 min | 3 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on WTVN

"Market. It was March ninth two thousand nine was the low of the credit crisis that began in two thousand eight and we have now enjoyed the longest bull market in US history. Stock prices have risen for a longest stretch ever over the last ten years the S and P five hundred has gained four hundred eleven percent. The Dow Jones industrial average is up four hundred thirteen percent. The NASDAQ is up five hundred seventy percent. Why is the P and the Dow similar on the NASDAQ so much stronger, it's because the SNP and the Dow are filled with the biggest companies in America. The NASDAQ is the list of small companies smaller companies tend to grow faster than big ones. I mean think about it which is easier to double one hundred bucks or one hundred million bucks. See my point naturally, NASDAQ rose faster, but it's also far more volatile losses can occur more easily so risk and reward tend to be linked, but they are all up four hundred five hundred percent. This rise over the last ten years has generated thirty trillion dollars in new wealth for Americans. And for the tenth year in a row, the number of wealthy households in America has reached a new high. We now have ten million households in this country that have more than a million dollars. That's up two and a half percent over last year. We also have more ultra high net worth families. That's people worth more than five million dollars. That grew forty seven thousand homes over last year pretty exciting. And by the way, we now have more households than ever worth twenty five million or more hundred seventy three thousand American households have more than twenty five million dollars, by the way, apple over the last ten years grew almost fourteen hundred percent in value. Yeah. One thousand three hundred seventy four percent. Centurylink was the worst performing stock over the last ten years. It's down forty four percent started with one hundred bucks. You now have fifty six, and this is why we argue you should not be investing in individual stocks. Because while the broader market, the S and P five hundred up four hundred eleven over the last ten years individual stocks. Anything could happen from down forty four up fourteen hundred. And so why make a bet when you can just ride the wave? No be a sailor not a surfer. It's a whole lot better way to go. But here's the problem. An awful lot of Americans about half of US households. In fact, do not own any stocks at all no stock funds, which means over the last ten years they've missed out entirely on this four hundred percent increase in value and many of those who don't own. Stocks today did on them in the two thousands. And when the credit crisis hit in two thousand eight and the stock market fell sixty percent in value people sold in a panic in two thousand eight and in two thousand nine locking in the market values. You know, they started with a million bucks. They saw it fall in value to four hundred thousand and they sold in a panic and today their money is still worth four hundred thousand even though the stock market fully recovered achieved. New highs had the money remained invested the four hundred thousand today would be worth one point six million. But they're stuck at the four hundred thousand level. And that's the real crisis part of the reason that so many people had that experience is because of their fear. But also their distrust of Wall Street it's under. Tangible the new trust barometer came out listing all of the industries in America ranking them based on trustworthiness and the least trusted industry in America is the financial services industry. You know, I can't say that I blame you. There has been so much bad advice and outright fraud that it's understandable. Why you might not like the financial services industry, but that cannot dissuade you from doing what you need to do. And yet, it's hard. You know, we have to admit it the SEC just announced that seventy nine firms. Many of them household names are going to return a hundred and twenty five million dollars to their clients. The SEC says these firms have come forward and confessed the SEC basically said if you don't confess we're gonna hit you with a hammer. So they came forward and confessed and they admitted that they sold to their clients mutual funds that were more expensive than alternatives that were readily available. Why did they sell them funds that were more expensive because that enabled them to make more money and earned bigger commissions? Who were the?.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Nine two thousand nine was the low of the credit crisis that began in two thousand eight and we have now enjoyed the longest bull market in US history. Stock prices have risen for longest stretch ever over the last ten years the S and P five hundred has gained four hundred eleven percent. The Dow Jones industrial average is up four hundred thirteen percent. The NASDAQ is up five hundred seventy percent. Why is the SNP in the Dallas with similar on the NASDAQ so much stronger, it's because the S and and the Dow are filled with the biggest companies in America. The NASDAQ is a list of small companies and smaller companies tend to grow faster than big ones. I mean think about it which is easier to double one hundred bucks one hundred million bucks. See my point naturally, NASDAQ rose faster, but it's also far more volatile losses can occur more easily so risk and reward tend to be linked, but they are all up four hundred five hundred percent. This rise over the last ten years has generated thirty trillion dollars in new wealth for Americans. And for the tenth year in a row, the number of wealthy households in America has reached a new high. We now have ten million households in this country that have more than a million dollars. That's up two and a half percent over last year. We also have more ultra high net worth families. That's people worth more than five million dollars. That grew forty seven thousand homes over last year pretty exciting. And by the way, we now have more households than ever worth twenty five million or more hundred seventy three thousand American households have more than twenty five million dollars, by the way, apple over the last ten years grew almost fourteen hundred percent in value. Yeah. One thousand three hundred seventy four percent CenturyLink was the worst performing stock over the last ten years. It's down forty four percent. You started with one hundred bucks. You now have fifty six and this is why forty? Four up fourteen hundred. And so why make a bet when you can just ride the wave? No be a sailor not a surfer. It's a whole lot better way to go. But here's the problem. An awful lot of America in two thousand eight and in two thousand nine locking in the market values. You know, they started with a million bucks. They saw a fall in value to four hundred thousand and they sold in a panic and today their money is still worth four hundred thousand even though the stock market fully recovered achieved. No, highs had the money remained invested the four hundred thousand today would be worth one point six million. But they're stuck at the four hundred thousand level. And that's the real crisis part of the reason that so many people had that experience is because of their fear. But also, their distrust. Of Wall Street. It's understandable. The new trust barometer came out listing all of the industries in America ranking them based on trustworthiness and the least trusted industry in America is the financial services industry. I can't say that I blame you. There has been so much bad advice and outright fraud that it's understandable. Why you might not like the financial services industry, but that cannot dissuade you from doing what you need to do. And yet, it's hard. You know, we have to admit it the SEC just announced that Seventy-nine firms. Many of them household names are going to return one hundred twenty five million dollars to their clients. The SEC says these firms have come forward and confessed the SEC basically said if you don't confess we're gonna hit you with a hammer. So they came forward and confessed and they admitted that they sold to their clients mutual funds that were more expensive than alternatives that were readily available. Why did they sell them funds that were more expensive because that enabled them to make more money and earned bigger commissions? Who were the? Firms who did this AXA.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I thought they were doing the whole Garcia Mexican fighter. You know, Texas kinda thought that with the the spin. But on is that you're here. Oh team that can you physically sleep at home tomorrow night, and then come out here. I just came from the house. Probably twenty minutes away from here. Wow. Cowboys fan. So the stadium trying to think of how old the stadium is twelve years old now, I mean, it's weird because you go it's like the heath ledger thinks he's been dead for eleven years ago. He's been dead for eleven years. Like, it's crazy. When was remember when the stadium being built? Has to be Tango bossa fast, but probably about ten years ago to feel. Yeah. You're young coury you ten years ago Kyun your high or something like twenty one? So so that notion that they're building. So we'll try to figure out what year they built this state nine two thousand nine ten years ago. So ten years ago where were you in your life? I was trying to Olympic how the nineteen year nineteen and trying out for the limits. And you probably obviously knew they were building this stadium since it was in basically, your backyard the notion of fighting at the fifty yard line in this stadium. That's gotta be an insane thought if I got hold of you when you're nineteen and you're seeing them build this place, right? I mean, no one ever asked me, you know, where we're going to be fighting here to turn professional and later on my career you'd ask me nineteen years old. I've been looking at you crazy in my would never just out my water dreams that he no fight here in, you know, basically, you know out. No, I was kind of nervous about it. When I fought at the star my last fight Frisco, no selling that out. I was nervous. I guess fifteen thousand already you know, wasn't sure if I could do it. But I did it so amazed give me a lot. How fitness if I hear I have this theory. But you tell me if you've experienced this or not voice told these guys fighters race car drivers. Extreme sport guys. They're extra calm when they're not doing what they're supposed to be. You know, what earn their money in the ring in the octagon behind the wheel of the race car. They're not high strung guys because if they're high strung when they walked into the ring they'd have nervous breakdown or vomit in the ring or they literally go off like like a Roman candle. Do you notice most fighters kinda come when they're not fighting like seem low key? I guess would be like you seem low key Garcia seems low key. So that you have a place to go. You know, what I'm saying like race car drivers are always like myrrh? They're very calm guys. Because when they strapped into a car, they would go they would have an anxiety attack..

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Wall Street's Bull Market Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary

America's Wealth Management

05:42 min | 3 years ago

Wall Street's Bull Market Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary

"Again, happy anniversary to the end of the bear market in the great recession March nine two thousand nine marked the low of that market six thousand six hundred sixty six on the Dow Jones industrial average what a wild ride since then and speaking of a wild ride. I wanna put some color on this, bud. If you had invested in the S and P five hundred index, which is of course, is an unmanaged index that you can invest directly into you can buy some funds retail that mirror that in March of nineteen ninety nine so twenty years ago, it would have taken all you'd have been all the way up into July of two thousand and ten until you broke even you could have been eleven years into the market with essentially a zero. Oh return. So I think it's extremely. I think I would say it's opportunistic or somewhat misleading to just look at what the markets have done over the last year since they went through two major bear markets in a ten year period yet, if you look at CNBC, your Bloomberg or any of the major of financial news outlets out there. What do you see these stocks have gained the most since the market hit us crisis air, low these seven stocks have done the worst in the last ten year bull market bubble blah and on and on and on. Okay. So what are they doing? They're going to cherry pick, a timeframe. As if that is history that is only one part of a cycle. I said in the first segment bud every single economy from history has had a cycle expansion and contraction markets are no different. You have expansion you have contractions. And if all you do is measure, the expansions you're getting a false picture of what reality is an especially those of you that plan to retire within the next ten years or already retired because you can't afford to just ride these things out if in fact, we're going to go into another bear market, but you've got statistics on what it takes to gain back. What you've lost at certain levels. Yeah. I'll get to that. Just one second. You know, I think one of the things that needs to be understood, though, is the fact that what is a bear market. Well, it's defined as a twenty percent drop from any prior. Hi, I want you to remember that from December. I think it was fourth of last year to some point in January. We were down nine. Nineteen point eight percent. We were two tenths of a percent away from that definition. But there's an addition to that. And that is basically at twenty percent drop that lasted for sixty days and has been indicated in two different indices such as the Dow Jones and the S and P five hundred and of course, but we we saw almost the same thing from the September twentieth. High to the December twenty four th lows who really looked a lot like what we saw happen early on in the year. And yet, regardless of that, we are ten years into this expansion, you know, that we've had so what are some of the characteristics of a of a bear market loss of investor. Confidence is number one number two often accompanied with things like higher inflation, high unemployment and the possibility of a forthcoming recession, and there's things that we do to try to measure all those perhaps the most important though, is that we start to see a contraction in the business cycle. So bear markets are unlikely to occur when the biz. Business cycle is still in the expansion phase. Indeed, we're still in that expansion at this point. We are today. But but there's another interesting thing. And I I don't know if I shared this chart, which I think I did last week or the week before it's a chart that shows unemployment and going all the way back into the nineteen forties. And it shows when unemployment hits a low and then increases by a half a percent that every single time. It's done that. There has been a recession. That's followed within the next few months now, it's not immediate. But that is one of the signals to the end of an expansion era too. When you're going to go through a contraction. So by the time the unemployment actually starts to rise. That's when the pressure gets on it. So it by that point in time. Sometimes it's too late. And so you don't want to wait until after you know, that you're in that bear market, right? Well, you know, you're in a bear market efforts fallen twenty percent, right? So we're not forecasting this. We're just telling you what are the characteristics. This is the anniversary. Let's go back and revisit history. So let me give you an example of this. If you had five hundred thousand dollars, and you invested on January first two thousand eight let's say you just retired. And that was what you had in your 4._0._1._K at that time. And you put one hundred percent of it in the S and P five hundred in the first month you dropped six percent. Meaning your value dropped down to four hundred seventy thousand you're asking yourself a question. How much return do I need to get back to my half million? The answer is six point three eight. Let's go to the end of the year at the end. Two thousand eight the market was down thirty seven percent your values now three hundred fifteen thousand twenty six dollars. And you need fifty eight point seven two percent to get back to even. And you're gonna ask yourself a very simple question. What's the last time? I made fifty eight percent in one year to get back to where I was two years or three years four years, right? If you go to the worst of that, then you go into the two thousand and nine and so on and so forth, but in two thousand and nine we lost six percent in January. Another six percent in February. The value is now down to two hundred fifty seven thousand seven forty seven from your starting point of five hundred thousand you now need ninety four percent to get back to even that's a credible. Yeah. So if you don't understand the risk, you currently have in the portfolio into whatever degree, this might occur into the future. Using the word might you better.

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"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"nine two thousand nine" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Absolutely. There will be no we don't need that anymore. We're not gonna need private insurance companies that I just want you to understand that the speed with which the Democratic Party has moved in just four years. You would never heard the democratic nominee in two thousand sixteen Hillary Clinton say that. And here we are three three years later from that. And Kamala Harris one of the. No big contenders. For the nomination is just saying do away with private insurance and embrace socialized medicine. So that CNN's political director articulating what I was just trying to say Democrats have moved so far to the left so rapidly. Now, here's a woman named Jan Schakowsky. Jan she's a piece of work in her own, right? She and her husband are just something else. The scandals that they've been involved in. But she's speaking to a group of progressives. This is several years ago. What do we have the date on that Sherry two thousand nine two thousand nine we've saved this all these years later, so two thousand nine she's speaking to a group of activists progressives and she's sharing the account of a conversation. She had with someone and she tells them the goal is to get rid of the private insurance companies. That's the goal. So she's saying this in two thousand nine behind closed doors amongst cheers. She would never say publicly but fast forward now ten years later, man, they're out of the box that it that editor bullying. Here's what they believed in two thousand nine. Was the guy from the insurance against the public health insurance option. Private insurance compete. What? I said excuse me, sir. The goal of health care reform is not to attack the pri-. He has reason to. That's.

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Two U.S. airlines cut China routes as state-backed rivals turn up heat

WBZ Morning News

00:22 sec | 4 years ago

Two U.S. airlines cut China routes as state-backed rivals turn up heat

"Are mixed today after the s. and p. five hundred touches an all time high CBS's Jason Brooks runs down the numbers Wall Street scored another winning session while the s&p five hundred match the record for longest bull run in market. History, going all the way back to March ninth two thousand nine following the financial crisis the SAP also touched an intraday all time high the SAP was up five points at twenty eight sixty three the Dow

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