35 Burst results for "Ninety Eight Years"
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"Esiason and greg hardy boomer and geo so when we played softball game up at sleepy hollow we were introduced to a bunch of people up there. A bunch of great people and someone that was absolutely unforgettable and that was our mondo chick gala and armando gula who threw out a first pitch who danced with all of us when the music was playing after the game especially Five star vicky danced like for twenty minutes with our somehow had the energy to do so at that point. Ninety eight years old unfortunately found out that on wednesday at one hundred years old chick passed away a pearl harbor survivor. A us army veteran. And someone the second that you meet him. You know that you're not gonna forget. He's also a bronze star recipient and has said many times that he's not the hero. The heroes were the ones that were buried under the flags and the self-effacing and just what a wonderful human being you know. My uncle allen was on the uss nevada at the same time. That chick was in pearl harbor and you know share some stories and he would tell me just how horrific it was and then he wanted to track down. My dad's you know Military record and everything. And i finally got it and everything so. I don't know what to tell you when we found out yesterday. We wanted to get to it yesterday. So i think we both right just taken aback a little bit so But yeah a hundred years old just an absolutely great human being and Certainly will be missed. Yeah he might not want to call himself a hero but the rest of us will call him a hero so whereas these are mondo chick-fil-a all right jerry is here. He has his update. We are giving away more yankee. Take tickets coming up in about fifteen minutes or so jerry. What's going on. We are powered by super book now. Oakland better odds favourable prices. And we're brought to you by winters. Brose waste systems creating a cleaner and greener long island to learn more visit winters b. r. o..
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Radiolab
"And we should say the song is maybe making a comeback. Maybe beyond did a cover a few years ago. It's getting hacked into the national anthem again. And it's now being sung at the start of nfl games which people have mixed feelings about understandably and of course just last week vanessa. Williams sang it at the white house. So who knows. Maybe it's back for another round. What we do know is that ninety. Eight years ago was black. Swan records was imploding. Harry pace seared the song onto a record for the first time froze it in place and that record is now at the national recording registry. So thank you harry. Vanishing harry pace was written. Produced and edited by meeting. Shimon oss mario team. The series is presented as a collaboration between awesome audio. That's audio dot com radio lab and radio diaries. The series is based on the book black swan blues the hard rise. Brutal fall of america's first black owed record label by falsely. Our editorial advisors are casey lehman imani perry core jefferson and terrance mcknight. Jamie floyd is our consulting producer. Our fact checker is natalie meet series. Artwork was created by caccia harare. Very special. Thanks to the francis family valerie bud as zoe and play friedman plant and miles thinks also mccrimon little wing li celia molar sahar bihar lou theodore cousin andrea latimer. Michelle zoo mike berry. Miocene ish now. Rachel lieberman and kim no ocoee and we had music in this episode from the liberty middle school. Okay jed and she must signing off we salute you. All media lab was created by jet. A boom rod and edited by thorne wheeler lulu miller and latiff nassar our co host. Susie lechtenberg is our executive producer. Dylan keefe is our director of sound design. Our staff includes simon adler. Jeremy bloom becca. Bressler mitchell sake david gable maria past the tears sinden indiana som matt guilty anne mcewen alex nathan czar cari aryan wack pat wolters and molly webster with help from saracen back. Corinne leo and candice wall are fact. Checkers are diane. Kelly and emily krieger. This radio lab episode has been supported by squarespace working on a project that you can't wait to share. Let squarespace help with that. They have powerful tools to help you tell your story. Share your updates and post photos and videos from anywhere. Plus you can categorize and schedule your posts and make your content work for you. Head squarespace dot com slash radio lab for a free trial. And when you're ready to launch us the offer code radio lab to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website or domains..
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"My industry is also dominated by white whiteness. And usually male ness hearing you talk about your struggles and also how you unapologetically are your fabulous really inspires me to just be me onto myself care. Every week. i go grocery shopping. I make sure to grab a bouquet of flowers for me. I personally love flowers. I decided to give myself my flowers now. i deserve. I'm not waiting on a man or kids to give me my flowers okay. I love walking into my condo. Yes ownership and seeing my beautiful flowers. Keep up the good work ladies. And that's from christina. I love that christina. That's such a lift so dope a right but boban boban. She's she asked. You say when you read you read one of my letters. In the past gave me the pseudonym sandra clark. So i'd like to keep that allesandro. My black person self care is to finally take myself on a solo spa vacation for my birthday. I wanted to do this for years but each year. I've allow my friends and family to talk me into celebrating with them. Twenty twenty reminded me that life is too short for me to keep want to do so. I'll be spending my birthday sitting in a spa with a glass of champagne. Then heading to the beach with the mo hito my family and friends can catch me afterwards. Thank you for all this you do. Listening to get ground is a joy. And that's from. Sandra clause endre side. Yes me that is like actually very much in line. I actually love that and would like to be a part of that for myself. We got another member of the g. gb right here. writing in. and. I feel like we've had a few writings from this listener. Mr joseph mr. Joseph writes in and says. Hi jason kia. I hope you both are as well as possible in this crazy world. Thank you so much here. My two most recent forms of self care number one homemade empanadas. I was spending way too much. Money on uber eats in the venezuelan restaurant. Shutout to mia in atlanta. So i learned how to make empanadas. Myself it's a simple way to bring myself some joy in saved myself some money at the same time. Oh i've been making orange chicken and granola bars as well. Okay but a chef it up joseph. Okay number two effectively communicating my grievances. I've had a habit of stewing over things. Because while i have never been afraid of being honest or speaking up i have been afraid of saying the wrong thing. Not getting my point across in coming away from conversations feeling unsatisfied. So now when. I become aware that i want to have a potentially hard and or uncomfortable conversation with someone my new prayers that a i get it all out i wanna say be any and everything that needs to be said is said by all parties so nobody walks away thinking dang i should have said such and such and see what i say has received. Even the receiver is not happy about it. I still stupid. Because i be trying to get my words together so i'm not cussing people out. It just doesn't take as long now that i'm asking god for specific help. Thanks for the opportunity to share and here goes some pictures of the food there. Chicken and cheese empanadas and. i made some with cinnamon. Apples desert young and this orange chicken looks popping and these granola bars is competing with kind. Shot to the gdp. Joseph i love the i love all of those things i to love to see it. The next email reads. God must have directed me to your june fourth podcast. It had him talking to me. I told this nigga. I want a job by june. I i got it bad. My client is declining rapidly tonight. He has decided tonight. We should mass appraise the law with ocd. And ninety eight years old. What i wanted to call relief just two days but she needs that so wishing for lpn. So i'm just over here. Identifying with how annoying guy will be. Why can't i get a written memo for the lesson. I've struggled enough. Give me an easy case paid tuition. And can i ask him. Breathe nigga dan. Why is it always thing with. You can grow accuweather. Have you talked to me. I've you doing Screaming at the rest of. He's got this like he got her house whites. She's calling him name. i don't like it. Excuse my grammar. I say way. Okay i love you guys and you have got me through many days thank you. God bless you abundantly and that's a twenty eight year row capricorn. Came as they had nothing to do with self care. What is giving like self care like. Don't be following instructions. Okay you wanna come over here. Emptied society wu. There listen not for you. You can talk to the lord that way for you but don't be having me read this mess girl. I'm laughing because that was. That was all should've sit there for the graduation announcements. That was woo. god. That was really funny. I am stunned. Congratulations little sister. You congratulations giving honor to god who is truly the head of my life to black queens niggers and friends the saints in the aints. 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"ninety eight years" Discussed on SciShow Tangents
"Sam schulz is here today as well. Hello sam and we also have a special guest this week. Very special guest. I am excited to announce we have joining us content creator and i according this directly from an email he sent to sam today noted foot-fetishists frankie jonas y. Hello thank you very much. I'm sorry that we didn't do feet as our episode which is perfectly legitimate. Sicer tangents episode. There's lots of cool. It's on the topic list. There's some fascinating facts that found in my foray into the field. Now wow were you prepared. I felt smart saying that. Yeah That sends makes me think about the tell us like eight or nine foot facts. I'll i'll keep him for the episode comeback. I wanted to ask you a question today. Which is if you could go get a pet right now. What what will you get another cat get. Another cab is your caroline. My cat's life friends with ketziot. That was the problem. I had a cat for a long time. And i wanted another cat but that is not how. My cat fell. No she would be extremely depressed if we got another cat. I would love a tortoise like a not a big one. I don't know the space for a big one but a small one and maybe one that's like in the middle of its life. Because i've been really sad if i grew very old and had to be with my tortoise on the like not meals like a lot of pressure because they live so long. You want to die at the same time. As your tortoise fade away the great beyond together we likely lived a good life. Ha yeah a little tortoise. I five and then you both evaporate like yeah. When i lived in florida there were old people around. And i had an idea for a business that was you. Pay me five dollars a month and after you die i'll take care of your animals is like kind of Just because you don't wanna be thinking you know what's going to happen to my pet when i'm gone. When are they paying you the five bucks while they're alive. It's insurance like a monthly thing. Yeah okay do you have the same Dehumanisation methods of insurance. Where like you can't take on certain animals. After point in someone's life yeah you gotta you gotta do the actuator stuff where it's like was like a ninety eight year old who's who's got a foot in the grave it's like well that's gonna be one hundred dollars a month. Thank you very much know. Ninety eight years old and like a two month old puppy i feel like that's a high premium on that line is. That's a difficult trade or if it's like a two month old parrot like very banta purposely even worse outcome because that's going to be around for like one hundred and twenty years. What about you frankie. What kind of pay you looking for. I just coincidentally as we're doing a podcast. I just got a puppy. She's the best. But i think if i weren't to have gotten a puppy i would probably have gotten an axle auto. Yeah totally. I'm one of the. I'm one of those guys guy. Clack axel like on the on the white market depending on the states have to have a permit and certain ones it.
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Queen can eat it. Yeah you know the ever given an interview in ninety eight years. She's never done an interview all that maybe we could like May not even after the crab never into any press for the crap any pressing issues like ninety seven years. She's like got some thoughts. I'm gonna go with seven tomorrow. I'm talking about the crap. Yeah why doesn't she give it all interview to oprah. i think that ship now has sailed. I'm shocked over. Never got her. But now it's like that's not going to happen Should we should we mention that. Like interview. this baby to the queen about the would you think baby she will like at that point Like i she's never gonna come on the podcast if we go after on the song. That's for sure. Yeah that's chance of getting rid of guess don't want to blow that But i shot. Yeah i mean he'll be funny like next week Survivor forty-one we've got russell hands on the main thing in the queen voicemail queen stakes are some of the meam stones that we want to talk about That coin does anything. Yeah well i mean. We're getting into crypto right But this is stock. That's true true stocks. Yeah yeah like. I went on read it and they told me what stocks i have money to spend this. We're rich off of loaded off of stocks. Yeah forget game. Stop this game snore. Start okay. i don't know what about.
"ninety eight years" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Just want to bankrupt the man. These are punitive retribution for donald trump. beating hillary clinton. That's what it is. Maybe they'll find the wrong but you know if a prosecutor digs into anyone's life Deep enough gonna find something they can prosecute in. Donald trump's gave the media will give it all sorts of legitimacy whether or not and three years from now after all the lawyers have spent all of his money and he's found not guilty by jury of his peers. They will care. They stopped him from running in two thousand twenty. Four donald trump. Does it just live rent. Free in these people's heads he inhabits their nightmares and honestly for his own. Good the moment. He says he's not running again. Probably a lot of it goes away but he wants vengeance on those he thinks slighted him and he's not gonna do that. So this is going to go on for awhile. In the media will have lots of fodder to try to do orangemen bad coverage for the next several years to try to turn voters off but who is more likely to turn the voters off the man who is not president of the united states or the man who is and taint the american economy when it was doing real well until the virus with donald trump in charge higher there. The phone number is eight. Seven seven nine seven three seven four to five You know if you wanna get my interview with alex gambler. He's the deputy counsel of israel to the southeast united states or you want my primer primer. However you wanna say it. On the israel palestinian situation the history of israel you can text the word data to three three seven seven seven and i will provide you those links you can also subscribe to my daily email anyway Subscribers get show clips transcripts things like that also. It is my in fact. I went to a dinner last night. So i'm involved in an organization. Ninety eight years old. I got roped into it. Prepare a paper. I did a a paper last night on the origins of the descent into hell clause of the apostles creed. Yes so the deal. Is you know so you buy dinner for everybody. And then you prepare it academic papers for a while. I was there one of the guys who was there. Says he had just bought the three pack of the eaten. Pure thunderstorm purifiers told him we really do like them in our house. And i'm tend to be skeptical of these sorts of devices. This actually does work It works well So well now that. I can fry fish in the kitchen and i turn on the evening thunderstorm and it gets rid of the odor We don't have to do the essential oils stuff. My wife typically does and things that really does work right now..
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Mason Vera Paine
"I liked it. You guys revisit your songs in your tracks and your albums but when it comes to your feature would what was the decision and bringing jamie n commons into it so yeah we were actually solutions to the same publisher At the time we're kind of aware of each other's music but it's one of those things you signed a publishing deal and people okay cool. We're gonna get you lying with all these people and you got kind of put in all these different rooms and institutions with different tastes and likes it and if it's really cool it's like a it's a real optima five but it's nothing you know not like that but it's an interesting situation where you are on put in with people that you've never met before and you have to have these conversations where you get to know each other in my coffin. I went to an now and you have to rise together and it's like kind of one of the important things you can do ready because you really kind of expose things about yourself in in your writing. So we put in us each relation with jamie. We're in a studio in london. She old emi studios starting exist anymore and they're not getting a couple of days in san day with jamie and it just it just walked in and had just a reading day and it's one of those easy ones so he's not really on with the person on the music just comes out today and there's no you know she doesn't like basil still. That leaves just really nice to what was lucky enough to have really nice space and then we had a grand pianos actually in the broom if you had in the middle of the extended version there's quite so noodling on the piano and jamie just shutdown between between tixx. You run even playing tracking background. We just anna nine after michael because you never know what you're going to get And we just kind of cool all these really nice. My tv was just Free spotting and then we ended up in. And i just kinda around stuff afterwards. Built those motifs in the middle of the record so that was kind of reading. I accident food. Not dying. So i know you said that you and ian had time to reflect on some of your past works but has the pandemic changed your musical style at all or did you in in pretty much. Stay the same. I don't think he would have changed our style. I guess you start kind of if old as you go anyway. I mean i seven seven years eight ninety eight years old now So i think if he doesn't talk fast release it. It's probably pretty different at right now. So there's like a natural progression. We don't really try and force that we think too hard on it. I think in the early days we did you kind of concern yourself about where you fit. And what records should follow this. And you know what's what's right so this time etc but we've just learned to of go with the fly when i think has just progressed not training like and it is quite clicking times and it's quite varied and people do say that but i think over the years that the a production starred in pretty much anything that we do that that kind going to fall song that's saw off sound is just how we produce reading about the domestic which way the music to the gone about point in time there any upcoming projects that have in the works for this year. Yeah i mean. We're watching the game. Now we've got some remixes coming out we'd go remix of moment in time. He's not dropping next week break. Who is craig who we've We were introduced to the usa. Did a remix a him. And then yeah. So he's he's done this one back we. She's nice that's coming cratia sweet. Then we've got and we've country makes is coming that we've done one in. May i think another one. In june we finishing up another single right now and then the back end of the year. I think would would you a couple more singles like i say we don't. We don't plan too far into the future. It's feeling like do probably more singles or maybe to try the puck under the nice if we re a few records that feel like that the star of project. Then maybe maybe they'll be another ep or extended. We'll well tom. Thank you so much for joining me. I really appreciate you being here for those listening. Where can they find. More information about you and Sorolla usual socials is always forward slash dishes acura oversee on spotify and apple and teaser etc. So you can stream on music. Then this has been the mason vera paine show. Thanks for listening. Tell him more heads. Wgn radio dot com for exclusive content by mason also fuller mason on facebook and twitter at mason vera paine. That's all one word and don't get to the show with your friends..
"ninety eight years" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore
"Was literally a high school senior report okay. How'd that little plastic stuff you get at the dime store walgreens or whatever yeah it was it was i had somebody do the artwork on it like literally handroll it okay anyway to turn into a book and i got my is being number so i was a real author now. Okay so you know. It was all just constantly hype up. What you're doing and promoting and all these ideas of mine from i went on anna show. I was so nervous. Oh my god. I couldn't even breathe. And when she was the oprah tallahassee at the time right she was the oprah of and i got up leaving where we filmed the show and she says just have such great posture. We teach me how to shut down the runway. My posture and i'm like of course. I have already been in new york. Been around eilly ford. And we'll let me but i'm intimidated. Because i'm now marcia dog with a book like really like what are you know about a buck. A write a book anyway. So i taught her and we became best friends since early. Two guess in two thousand and two you created nyc model actor bootcamp that skirt right so That was based on what you were doing earlier for. Eileen or tell me what that was about well. I basically basically emulated what she had done that i had experienced in college and her new. She didn't call a boot camp. But i tweaked to be a lot alike but very different in many ways so we would see all the agencies that my boot camp we would see the agencies but i would have them saying hotel and entertain them around the clock like literally. Run the clock ticks to broadway shows. She used to take us the limos. But then i started going to like danielle blues. And if anybody doesn't know who danielle. He's one of the most famous chefs in the entire world. He's fabulous became really great friends with danielle and i entertain at his restaurant but the camp started out new york city boot camp and i tweeted the first year. Had the idea. Well actually. I moved there when my son was five years old. We have three daughters and son okay. My three older daughters were they just probably twelve nine. Eight and little dane was four five and a lady the modeling convention that my family had to go to because i was competing with my models in this convention. This woman saw little jane my son and said oh my god i have to have him in new york and this woman was surely grant i found out. She passed away last night and she. I was watching the voice last night and nick. Jonas is one of the judges. Shirley founded the jonas brothers and i looked up charlie. Vitol turn about a year and a half. She had been ninety eight years old. I talked to her before the virus. And i found out she passed away last night. I was just devastated but anyway..
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Disciplinn by Tony Simmons
"You partner at venture capital firm square peg probably one of australia's biggest and well-known vase as an even earlier than that one of the first employees in the cto. He laws eventually beck up. That was a quad random at two hundred and fifty million. Us in two thousand seven by experience experience. So you're have a modest touchy given. So let's go back to the stop back at school given pills career. Low block in your own mind. What are you want to be. When he grew up goes to school and get their experience way. And i'll see this scratching. What was back in lush. Hit with a lotta jails slipped back and thought it'd be a pharmacist of the tin At the pharmacist. I ended up getting up on the tattersalls scratches had account of is the pharmaceutical stuff wing out there on full estimates and really enjoying myself by withings series Ornamented do and. I decided to leave the door and setting hamas signs at nova university Go on i decided to break breakout mates newspaper. 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"ninety eight years" Discussed on Antonio B Jackson Presents Sweetluck's "Bar Fights"
"Throw the bevy got you. Matt hyper talk to puerto rican. That's to connect small few seconds soil Toys that young. Very it's goaling. Gosh shooting what's the fella name. Old is like ninety eight years old so in my yoga me fucking under the fucking burden. Fuck up the truck. You've been trump negative. We started games. Looks call have you complaining about. Would you complaining about what. I would complain about being drunk while we were. You know. you can't do you get older. You wanna take bottles big about some gangsta shit nigga. Popcorn asaba of nickel and a cups ain't shit in all sorts of the unknown. Bring the call. And i have we on my hand in any gave a disappearance face. That's going to call. We didn't call in an opponent does pinkston nigger around jason day. Says we're not getting who one one thing. Fine.
"ninety eight years" Discussed on F That Noise
"Swede wild turkey. You're not sure you're only getting three so if you want to go we'll do another run. We'll just add around. Because i d i'm not i just saw i'm an mrs gutter holy shit kilt. So who's who's mrs gutter. Honest uses math teacher that we had high schools. Such a bitch. This is yours. Mrs kotor mrs gutter. Who's i don't remember. Mrs gutter come in accurately anyway I guess is now like the second defined mike just added around so it changed. I would go with madden much as i don't want to john men tick. I don't think anybody's seen him in public recently. Have they heard of seattle seen him in years. He's fading yeah. I i got to say you might be onto some. Don't think that's so that's so out of the out of the realm of possible at all right so that leads us to jamie for your third round pick. I just recently saw this on a tv There's a channel called reels. And they're doing a whole thing about goodfellas. Paul looks fucking terrible. Looks absolutely awful. It looks frail and oldest. Sin i this one. I would be sad if he paid the ultimate. I think paul has gone south. Put me down for paul. Sorvino paul servino. So that leaves the jamie sydney portray and paul sorvino more dead than his daughter's career all arenas moose nuttal. You're not wrong wrong alright. So that leaves me with my fourth round. Pick or third round pick fourth pick in third round. Well i and i am going to pick let's see how old is he's ninety. He just turned ninety eight years old. And that is actor. Larry store choose most famous from f troop airport nineteen seventy five. Not the most days of our lives a couple episodes. So larry storch not the most widely known but keith. Look that up. You bet your ass i i found. I found a list of the oldest. I've heard the name leary storage. I couldn't tell you what who's in besides f troop though so dead pool a celebrity. It is so grew he dies. We will never know it. I doubt that added postings anywhere. Doubt that because i'm studying google tonight to after that noise troupe. All right mike. Who's your who's your third round pick me is say. Jonathan banks is fine. I don't even know who that is. Who's john taking invited sean. Banks is No he's not okay. Oh from hustle. Yeah oh the hitman. Whitman man mike right right right right right right.
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Fucked your wife or your baby moms or whatever he. He has addressed that his podcast when he said he started. All this shit just to get a little bit a little job in so he can be talked about and hence start. Street reached three or return his for his career his brief career. I'd say from game. I'm dope rapper. He doesn't need to every thing like it could possibly be is still a thing. That's flaked grabs a stone doing that. What i'm saying like the devil take series the popcorn rappers. Who looked like they had no all right. I'll come at your head. And i'm not gonna say nothing i'm like fucking shit on online and i now because all of us can all you can also an artist series. It is workers and see. If is the artist i've been. I've been students where artists i want. That if you to fucking down and then once you do like that is you're gonna try to clean the fans and that's what you grab each wave but you're not you're missing out almost pointing leading zoom saying somebody else. We got too many already. The margaret overpopulated. With that bullshit already. So then what are you trying to do for the distracts on so alive. I'm coming soon about five years more own. I you go sam saying you know. I like to bring things back to the Graduated from high school in nineteen ninety eight years down saying around that time you had like to pop back now. What pack was talking about. Is we listened to bomb folks. He's saying who shot him and rob him. He said jimmy henchman. He's speaking about all these people but at the same time. They trying to make the same. Like big gas undoing. He's coming out. This big he coming out dissing. is he coming. Ward is people who he knew for fat had nothing to do with shooting him one. So you know. I'm not you know i i remember in the eighties saying low bit in house. Young kid back in the eighties but from the nineties and from that point on i feel that to one of the first people to really start pointing people name and their rats and i remember everybody back into was getting machiavelli tool machiavelli. Three machiavelli. Thirty five saying who is this Booties what the hell prize and walk. Less and laura hill got to do with anything that they do it..
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?
"Ago. There are dying anyway. it's sad. I hate it. I don't like when people died stupid. I wish it didn't happen. But it does their whole. God would you see if he or she just died. Probably woman. I adore to death but she ninety eight years old. It wasn't a sad thing have isn't been. Maybe i am a monster. Ninety eight absolutely fucking. God forbid i lived in ninety a. I'm checking out at seventy five with your permission or not. I've had three separate psychics and three different days in three different towns. Tell me that. I will die at the seventy six. I'm okay with that. That's a good respectable age. Okay with that. My body started crapping out on me when i was thirty six. I wanna keep going another sixty years after that. Yeah you've already had mersa. Do you really want push that. We wanna push that envelope and that's just sticks around like that could come back at anytime. I don't think that's a lovely. I have a feeling. Eric you'll never see that again. I certainly hope nine yet. I still get like. It hurts when i shave scar on my lip which ended up being unnecessary right totally unnecessary and almost killed me because the poison from the infection was pouring into my mouth is well. You're a good doctor. I hope you take care of you when cova comes. Hey dr please don't ever do. Don't swallow or she was super hot to you. That was annoying. But it's funny that she stabbed me in the face. 'cause their name was dr pierce. That was hilarious. Hey dr pierce do appears your face for no reason just lame says to do and just like a cadaver mine anyway. That's that's fun stuff. That's good trip down memory lane. I like memories. What else do i got. I got nothing sheet about israel. I'm right by the way. Israel's going to fuck shit up your doesn't wouldn't surprise me at all. We are now being.
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?
"Woman. I adore to death but she ninety eight years old. It wasn't a sad thing. have as been. Maybe i am a monster. Ninety eight absolutely fucking. God forbid i lived in ninety a. I'm checking out at seventy five with your permission or not. I've had three separate psychics and three different days in three different towns. Tell me that. I will die at the seventy six. I'm okay with that. That's a good respectable wage. Okay with that. My body started crapping out on me when i was thirty six. I wanna keep going another sixty years after that. Yeah you've already had mersa. Do you really want push that. We wanna push that envelope and that's just sticks around like that could come back anytime. I don't think that's a lovely. I have a feeling. Eric you'll never see that again. I certainly hope nine yet. I still get like. It hurts when i shave scar on my lip which ended up being unnecessary right totally unnecessary and almost killed me because the poison from the infection was pouring into my mouth is well. You're a good doctor. I hope you take care of you when cova comes. Hey dr please don't ever do. Don't swallow or she was super hot too. That was annoying. But it's funny that she stabbed me in the face. 'cause their name was dr pierce hilarious. Hey dr pierce appears your face for no reason just lame says to do and just like a cadaver mine anyway. That's that's fun stuff. That's good trip down memory lane. I like memories. What else do i got. I got nothing sheet about israel. I'm right by the way. Israel's going to fuck shit up your doesn't wouldn't surprise me at all. We are now being called out for being complicit in the systemic racism of israel and their jewish domination goals. They're trying to destroy that whole area and take over palestine in because they're think are superior. I just read racist attitude. It's been going on for us and we're complicit in it and yeah we totally are by the way but we did vote against them this year. And now we're being called out for it but israel's getting called out on all kinds of injustices and stuff and they're not gonna take it lightly because if there's one thing i know about israel they don't like to be called out for their show the do not they'll just kill some busy will kill jews for that. They'll kill kill palestinians. They're trying to show that. The jews are superior so by killing. A bunch of us probably get let lesson. They're the impact of their statement. I on this day in history. Let's do that. That sounds like a great idea instead of babbling on.
"ninety eight years" Discussed on A New Direction
"That's staggering. Yes that's staggering. Now anthony one of the things that you you both talk about in in chapter two in the entitled types of loss helping leaders understand that not all created equal different types of loss now. Does it affect us differently. Or is it that it lasts because you talk about naturally anticipate in expected loss vs unnatural unanticipated expected loss You know verse is tragic circumstances. And i don't care guy if you want to jump in here to that's fine. I don't care which one of you wants to jump in on this. But i mean the fact that we have these is that we that we can expect something different as a leader from our employees depending how or depending on the loss or how the loss happened. Yes yes absolutely. And i think the the larger of that chapter is that a leader will have to exercise their analytical skills their interpersonal skills to find out where someone is in the marama dr grief if you will and what may appear as a very simple natural expected loss may have underlying complexities that throw that person into a whole different category of grief right. We've all lost someone who is who we expected to lose. They were very old. Perhaps they were very ill That can be considered an expected loss. And you may look at someone else. Who's going through that. Through that scenario go well. My grandmother was ninety eight years old. She had gathered for thirteen years. I i don't understand why this other person is so grief stricken could. Did you not see it coming right. Well there may be extenuating circumstances buried within that loss that you will never know about if you don't have the courage to have an interpersonal dialogue with the person who's grieving to really find out because maybe it's not the loss that has them so upset. Maybe it's the fact that they're selling grandma's house that's been in the family for a hundred twenty years all your memories. Were in that house and it's going away those kind of complexities amplify the grief situation. And if you don't have the bravery as a leader to have those difficult conversations with someone you may completely miss how that person is interacting at work. That's awesome if i could Go ahead i could get into that a little bit myself Sure so. I think there's a couple of other. There's a couple of other points in that chapter. That are very important to leaders that we highlight in the training. One is that the point of that chapter is not people grieve the same way right You announce a reduction in force at work. Some or or forget reduction enforce you announce a major initiative. That's gonna change workflows that will cause people grieve in your workplace and but not all in the same way and the reason is as guy was alluding to if you think about it in very simplistic terms..
"ninety eight years" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"ninety eight years" Discussed on Who Invited Her?
"Everybody welcome to another episode of. Who invited her. We are san diego's. Lgbtq pop culture podcast. I'm your host. Tony and i am here with the gilbert godfrey of drag miss mariuchi c. I. she heard me miss mariam jay. She is back this week and produce arrived. The one who shush is a library is here to see. I rob everybody. I'm here to and we have very very special guest. We have a amer. I'm gonna. I'm gonna mess up the last names. i always do. Show mauger dolts. Yes from gossip crooked joining us today for the full hour. Welcome welcome ladies. How are you this morning so for people who don't know gossip girl here in san diego. We've talked a lot on our show but the owner of gossip grill. So it's pleasure to have you on the show in get into what gossip is all because it is one of the last lady bars in america which i find astonishing but are you both dawn. And are you both from san diego originally or did you are you guys transplants. I am actually from southern california. Close i grew up in la riverside orange county and then moved here about twenty years ago. And don is what ordinarily fourth-generation san diego native all from her crest and north park. Only mothers yeah native here to born and raised. But i was south bay and east county and then came out here. When i came back zambia stuff but you're a member you don you remember. North park will be four north when you went to north park to drugs and hookers and it was just like you know there was rough. It is our always gays and eligible. What means that was what. It was my mom salon on thirtieth street for air for gotcha affect forty some years. When she finally retired the woman that ran the salon was ninety eight years old. How ya'll suit with your. Did you get here mo to san diego august and ninety nine ninety nine suppo. They've you remember when hillcrest had way more gay bars than it does now like there was just so many the flame. And that's where. I remember seeing mo for the first time was the fame. 'cause you were bartender up day and air yeah. How long did you work out the flame before you moved on from there i worked there for three and a half years. I worked started I tell the story later because it's a great story by starting security guard and then worked my way up to bartender manager and i worked until the last was opened undercard. Aeko show those reunite at betty's the same weaken the last week in the blame was open was the first weekend that we were training for betty. Yourselves on double duty. Was that part of hillcrest on park. We had The flame was their numbers was there..
Carl Reiner dies at age 98
"Broke earlier today. That a TV giant, a comedic giant by the name of Carl Reiner. Has passed away at the age of ninety eight. Years Old. That's a good run. I think I'm sure he wanted more. He still seemed to be in remarkable. I was about say remarkably good health I mean at least in terms of his mind. Yeah, in terms of his deftness. His quickness. Until the end almost variant and you know he and Mel Brooks Mel Brooks is all I got to believe over ninety as well? And they go way way way way back. And it's been as I. Think for those of US old enough to remember reiner in his prime. And or Mel Brooks, in his prime. It's been rather delightful. And, of course they, they shared some hugely successful. Genius comedy moments but. In latter years I think they've done so many interviews and bits together. That? We've gotten a better idea of just what a great relationship they had and how funny together they still were no matter what decade we were talking about
Los Angeles - Entire Hollywood Bowl 2020 Concert Season Canceled
"Them about the Hollywood Bowl they canceled the entire season yeah they're looking around they no LA is shut down it is a beautiful amphitheater but not a place where you want to be when you have the doubts about your safety so they know they can't protect the artists and the audiences and the staff from the spread of cove it nineteen so they're saying Alaina college the seating capacity there seventeen thousand and a whole lot of concerts a hundred and ten concerts every summer a hundred and ten a lot it's one of the largest outdoor amphitheaters in the world closed for twelve days in nineteen fifty one twelve days never I have a shut down for an entire season in its ninety eight year history welcome to the club people are having this horrible first all over the place looking ahead though and taken some positive spin on it only twenty one it's a centennial celebration they say for the venue's they're excited about it and that's where the focus is shifting to because I have to say Adios to lose this season and to all the concerts they had hoped that they were gonna bring
Michael Jordan 'The Last Dance' documentary released
"Rebel fans are waiting for the documentary last dance to be aired the wait is over tonight the first two episodes of the ten part series will air on ESPN director Jason Hehir joined Bob's arrive Friday was asked if in the end of the documentary will people's opinions of Michael Jordan change whether you use it Meyer that person more or less based on their honesty based on on what make him explaining the way he acted sometimes but but knowing what you're going to find out about his background knowing where the seeds of that competitive fire were planted and and knowing what he endured in his early days with the polls all the way up through nineteen ninety eight year after year after year to have the mental and physical stamina yeah I I think it's tough to come away with anything but respect and admiration for him at the end of the ten hours some fairly high and G. very very honest during the entire exchange here during this ten part series over Iranian spin again starting tonight at eight o'clock Chicago time and two episodes today and then of course trip so that each of the next five Sundays
98-year-old woman rescued from fire that displaced five people
"A ninety eight year old woman rescued from a house fire this weekend in Dorchester flames ripping through the first floor of the home on Seaver street yesterday firefighters along with the woman's grand son were able to pull her to safety she is expected to be okay five people in that home now displaced
Prince Philip Leaves Hospital Just in Time for Christmas With Queen Elizabeth II
"Britain's prince Philip back home just in time for Christmas Buckingham Palace announcing the queen Elizabeth's is the second husband was released from the hospital today and return to the Royals at Sandringham estate the ninety eight year old do commend Berg spent four nights in a London hospital as a precautionary measure specifics about his condition were not
Home for the holidays: Prince Philip leaves hospital
"Prince Phillip his home for Christmas the aging monarch released from a hospital after four nights in London's Edward the seven hospital fill up the queen's husband has been discharged after being treated for what Buckingham Palace calls a pre existing condition the ninety eight year old departed on foot got into a waiting SUV on aid he had been in the private hospitals since Friday the palace wouldn't go into details about the nature of his treatment merely calling it a precautionary measure
Home for the holidays: Prince Philip leaves hospital
"The ninety eight year old left the hospital foot and entered a waiting vehicle on a dead Buckingham Palace is not going to details about his ailment or the nature of his treatment palace officials said the prince was admitted to the hospital as a precautionary measure due to a pre existing condition prince Phillip has suffered from heart disease and other ailments including a blood infection in recent years has largely stepped out of the public eye since he announced his retirement from royal duties in two thousand and seventeen the Duke is now expected to join the rest of the royal family for Christmas at sundown house in Easton England Syria Shockley London
Prince Philip leaves hospital to join Queen for Christmas
"Britain's prince Philip will be home for the holiday the ninety eight year old seen leaving a London hospital where he spent the past several days being treated for what Buckingham Palace calls a pre existing condition the Duke of Edinburgh Exene walking to a car outside the private hospital waving to well wishers the Royals will be spending Christmas at the queen's country
Queen Elizabeth II attends church; Philip still in hospital
"Palace officials have not provided an update on the ninety eight year old princess condition following the announcement on Friday who's being admitted to a hospital as a precautionary measure due to pre existing condition it's not clear if Philip will be released in time to join the rest of the royal family for Christmas at sundown have the queen's country state in Norfolk the queen has not altered her holiday routine and wants to church on Sunday as normal joined by her son Prince Edward Serra shockingly London
Prince Philip Hospitalized for "Observation and Treatment"
"Prince Philip the husband of Queen Elizabeth the second has been admitted to a hospital in London Buckingham Palace goals at a precautionary measure for a pre existing condition ninety eight year old celebs been admitted to the king had were the seven hospital for observation and treatment he's expected to say you're in for a couple of days he's had a few health issues in recent years stopped attending public engagements in two thousand
Palace: Prince Philip, 98, admitted to a London hospital
"Prince Philip the husband of the British queen is in a London hospital Buckingham Palace says as a precautionary measure the pharmacist said in a statement the ninety eight year old Philip was admitted to London's King Edward the seventh hospital for observation and treatment of a pre existing condition he had been up the royal family's Sandringham estate in eastern England whether queen on a family usually spend Christmas the palace I did Philip didn't travel by ambulance and it wasn't an emergency admission he's expected to be on the medical care just for a few days Charles to that as well London
Possible mass grave from 1921 Tulsa race massacre found
"Forensic archaeologist in Tulsa Oklahoma think they have found evidence of mass graves from a nineteen twenty one race massacre CBS is Amy's lunch excess as many as three hundred black people may have been murdered and buried there is very much looks to me like a human Doug did have some sort of researchers Scott hammer stead presented the findings size of it is there anything you'd want to be a common prefixes massacre state representative Regina good one expressed concern about rolling oaks memorial gardens cemetery not being searched yet it's a classic privacy the difference to the all clear Harris was in the crowd he says he's frustrated and has some doubt moving forward even though it's been ninety eight years
Pearl Harbor, Morris Oklahoma And California discussed on Sean Hannity
"He was one of the last survivors of the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor ninety eight year old Lani cook of Morris Oklahoma died Wednesday his family says he died at his home in California where he moved to just last year to be near family he will be buried in
Is Anchor bypassing Apple Podcasts' approval process?
"Owned podcast host anchor is seemingly, bypassing the apple podcasts approval process, and this, that's their users post tests, and even illegal copyright material. Unchecked to apple podcasts and others. We've discovered you'll find a link to our report in our episode notes, and our newsletter today in other news NPR and Edison research have revealed. They're smart audio reports two thousand nineteen the data suggests that twenty one percent of American adults. That's fifty three million people own a smart speaker podcasts. Don't appear in the report, though, forty two percent claim to use their speaker at least once a week to listen to the news, there are now over seven hundred six thousand podcasts, according to blueberry, well, how many are still in production only about eighteen percent according to an article by amplify media heartache. This figures described as sobering in the article, but you might want to compare the figure with broadcast televisions in tarsha Jewell, where significantly less than eighteen percent of shows being broadcast still in production or a typical library, where many books being borrowed were released a long time ago, millennial podcast listeners outspent non listeners by up to one hundred seventy nine percent. That's according to a new report called a listeners about the power of UK podcasting from podcast strategists for DC cosmopolitan is launching its first branded podcast with Tinder, footballer broadcaster. Robber. And kidnapper OJ Simpson may be preparing a podcast, according to a show biz site advertising executives at Pandora are interviewed on video for variety. You should never put a radio ad on Pandora. They say Castro's Patrick, how is leaving the company after nine years of working on the well, reviewed Iowa. Podcast app. He's current role is being advertised along with others in the UK podcast measurement has challenges says digital in an article here, you know that feature and overcast that skips past silences in podcasts so far. It saved all of humanity a little over one thousand eight hundred ninety eight years, and that's before any savings from playing podcast. It increased speed to take into account that data from its developer. Marco Arment podcast player FM has given their IRS Eappen updates if you're publishing with lips into linked in you needs to reauthenticate t tales in our episode notes, and our newsletter today, along with some advice around Email marketing basics, should, you join podcast network, and how to persevere when podcasting gets tough. We have updated our podcast app user agents list to use data from a new open repository that you can help build. You'll find more details in our show. Notes and our newsletter. Finally, pull Spain was on the AM show in New Zealand the other day on three TV and magic talk radio talking about podcasting. We liked this bit, you'll favorite podcasts at the moment. I who pod news as one that I listened to most most days, that's more for people that are involved in an podcasting industry. Lock. I am what a bright man
Shkreli awards for the worst actors in health care
"Medical care is in a crisis. This is Dr Michael Wilks where they second opinion as a nation. We spend eighteen percent of our gross national product on health care, frankly, we are not getting good value. There are loads of problems getting doctors to modernize their practices creating a larger role for mid level providers, like nurse practitioners, and physicians assistance. And of course, greed the enormous drive for profit in America has become the major influence in healthcare delivery. And this greed is not confined to any one sector the list of greedy organizations in medicine is long and diverse. But at the very top of that list are the pharmaceutical companies drugs that have been around for decades like insulin discovered. Nearly a hundred years ago have reached record high prices. Drug companies take a drug like insulin. Make a small change that allows them to keep the drug on patent. This abhorrent practice is called ever-greening in this case. What's ironic is at the very researchers at the university of Toronto who discovered the drug insulin gave the patent to drug companies for free. So that the drug could be available to the public ninety eight years after it was discovered drug companies still refused to manufacture a generic affordable. Brand I have patients that are taking half or a quarter of their required dose because they can no longer afford to take the full dose. The makers of insulin are not alone. Perdue pharma influence doctors through unethical marketing, free, lunches payments or gifts, and so called education campaigns to write unnecessary. Opioid prescriptions, which we all know has resulted in tens of thousands of opioid deaths. So it is no surprise that. Nostrum laboratories was at the top in the list of shit Crowley awards. Nostrum increase the price of an old antibiotic used to treat a urinary tract infection by a mere four hundred percent why because they could thus SHA Crawley awards given annually by the loan institute are for the worst actors in health care this year. Three of the top ten were pharmaceutical companies the award is named after the convicted felon and CEO of turing pharmaceuticals Martin Shkreli who jacked up the price of an old lifesaving antibiotic to unaffordable prices. Other winners included the convicted felon, Dr Fata who is a Michigan cancer, doctor who treated more. More than five hundred and fifty people for cancer who it turns out didn't really have cancer. Other winners were San Francisco General hospital for gross overbilling nursing homes that provided unnecessary care and then build for it and Hennepin county medical center for conducting drug trials on patients without their permission. We can all be outraged. But unless we put a cap on this greed, this behavior will just continue. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion.
Eritrea and Somalia restore ties, want UN sanctions lifted
"And immigration I'm Tim Maguire but, the AP, news minute President Trump renews is threat to shut. Down the, government I would be certainly willing to consider. A shutdown if we don't get proper, border security president's demands come. As Republicans face tough reelection fights in the midterm elections a Johnstown Pennsylvania pediatrician faces nearly seventy additional child molestation charges after police say more victims have come forward to allege he sexually abused them state attorney general Josh Shapiro says Johnny Wilson bardo who was first arrested in January is not likely to avoid the charges if convicted. When convicted of, these charges Varta, will spend the rest. Of his life behind bars where he belongs a seventy year old Bartow. Remains in custody an upstate New York couple married for seventy eight years died within two days of each other earlier this month their family. Says ninety eight year old Evelyn Drake died July. Twentieth and one hundred year old Gilbert Drake past Away two days, later I'm, Tim Maguire the navy's first female Admiral has died. President Nixon, approved alien Derek selection as the first female. Rear Admiral in nineteen seventy-two Dirk was, born in defiance Ohio in. Nineteen twenty after graduating from nursing school at Toledo hospital in one thousand nine hundred forty one she joined the US naval reserve and was appointed an ensign and the nurse corps during World War Two she worked on a hospital ship off the Marshall Islands in the Pacific and later treated allied troops who had been prisoners of. War Dirk died, July twenty first, she'd been living in. A, suburb before Landau Florida a lean Derek was ninety eight years, old NBA great LeBron James is opening a. Public school for challenged children in his hometown of Akron Ohio James who's leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers to join. The Los Angeles Lakers says this'll be one of the greatest moments if not the greatest of my life the I promise school will, initially house two hundred. Forty, third and fourth graders before expanding James admitted to. Having jitters. Before the school opened on Monday Eritrea says it's agreed along with. Somalia to restore diplomatic relations. Between the two countries after fifteen, years without diplomatic ties betrays. Information minister announced the, agreements on Twitter as Somalia's, president ended an historic three-day visit to. The country which remains into UN, sanctions for supporting, the Somalia based al-shabaab extremist, group there, was, no immediate, comment on the, meeting from, Somalia which followed, a diplomatic thaw. Between retrial and neighboring Ethiopia after more than two decades this.
Daniel Craig Says Bond 25 Is His Next Project
"Nba right now philadelphia beat atlanta one twentyone one thirteen seventy sixers have won fifteen in a row to baseball nashville over the iowa cubs seven and nothing boston over the fourteen to one pittsburgh beat the cubs eight five minnesota dropped houston four to one seattle over kansas city eight three saint louis beat milwaukee five three tampa bay over the white sox six five i'm mark allen for newsradio ten forty who i see that sister jean dolores schmidt is back in the sports news did you see that i did in ninety eight year old chaplain of the loyal chicago basketball team they asked her to throw out the first pitch for the cubs home opener which i think was delayed because they had snow there for a while so anyway they took her out there she from her wheelchair she threw an underhanded pitch and she laughed as bob bounce toward home plate so i wonder if they clocked it whatever that's exactly right just a bit outside bad news for the three of you guys you know how daniel craig said for a longtime he wasn't going to be james bond anymore franchise and that they were going to have to look for another james bond well seems like you guys are not going to get the chance to play james bond because he has decided to go ahead and do it what i love is when he said the only reason i would ever come back is if they offered me a lot of money he's getting he's going to be doing the twenty fifth installment of the spy film this is his fifth time in the role and he dropped the bomb while he was auctioning off his personal 2014 austin martin for chow oh yeah no i liked him as bond so i'm excited about that and then that's it.
Sister Jean Schmidt: God is on Loyola-Chicago's side, at least "right now"
"The mid forties tomorrow mostly cloudy with a high in the low fifties right now and seattle overcast and we have forty five degrees who could possibly trash talk everybody's favourite march madness store star loyalists sister jean a one hundred year old michigan fan that's ninety eight year old sister jean has apparently been a good luck charm for the loyalist chicago basketball team the surprise team of the final four but the team now thesis michigan on saturday and the one hundred year old grandma of jalen rose the former michigan star and one of the themed fab five has taken to instagram to trash talk sister jean he's been right over sad your date mary belle hicks hoping to be michigan's own good luck charm saying michigan will be the one to take loyal down through linda lopez abc news on now a pitching masterpiece gives washington's top ranked.