35 Burst results for "Ninety Six Year"

Emeritus Pope Benedict in Germany to be with ailing brother

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:31 sec | Last month

Emeritus Pope Benedict in Germany to be with ailing brother

"The former pope has left Italy for the first time in seven years ninety three year old former pope Benedict travelled to his native Germany this morning to visit his ailing ninety six year old brother Georg in Reagan's bird the two brothers have always been very close and share a passion for classical music the Vatican said the pope emeritus will remain in Germany for as long as necessary it was the first time Benedict has left it to me since he resigned as pontiff in two thousand

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The Vatican says Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI is in Germany to be with his brother, who is in poor health

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

The Vatican says Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI is in Germany to be with his brother, who is in poor health

"The former pope has left Italy for the first time in seven years ninety three year old former pope Benedict travelled to his native Germany this morning to visit his ailing ninety six year old brother Georg in Reagan's bird the two brothers have always been very close and share a passion for classical music the Vatican said the pope emeritus will remain in Germany for as long as necessary it was the first time Benedict has left it to me since he resigned as pontiff in two thousand

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Virginia - Medal of Honor recipient from Battle of Iwo Jima sees Navy warship commissioned in his honor

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 5 months ago

Virginia - Medal of Honor recipient from Battle of Iwo Jima sees Navy warship commissioned in his honor

"Officials have commissioned a U. S. navy warship in honor of the last surviving medal of honor recipient from the battle of evil jima a ninety six year old war hero who looked on at the ceremony the USS Hershel woody Williams was commissioned in Norfolk Virginia the USS Williams and expeditionary sea base ship launched

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Gene Reynolds, Co-Creator Of ‘MASH’, Dies At 96

Donna and Steve

00:49 sec | 6 months ago

Gene Reynolds, Co-Creator Of ‘MASH’, Dies At 96

"Learned from their long time television producer director and co creator of mash gene Reynolds has died a family member confirms to reports he was ninety six years old Reynolds died of heart failure Monday at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank California his knees eve Reynolds said brown's co create the TV series mash with Larry Gilbert the won multiple awards for his work on the iconic series including multiple primetime Emmy awards and directors guild of America awards great show I mean come on one of the best on it series finales ever very moving I watched in my English class wow teacher brought in you know the TV from the AV department we watch that and one of the best on TV theme songs ever things too so grab so we absolutely large iconic

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After Boris Johnson’s stunning election victory, what’s next for Brexit?

Memphis Morning News

02:23 min | 8 months ago

After Boris Johnson’s stunning election victory, what’s next for Brexit?

"It was election day yet again overseas and joining us this morning is our friend Simon one from our London bureau Simon thank you for joining us how are you today good morning very well thanks may I tell you you know we circled the dates here for elections in it seems like at things can become fluid quite quickly over the U. K. big elections yeah last week we know Boris Johnson with against Jeremy Corbyn but who else well when I was on the ballot last week what happened yes he was Britain's third general election in the space of five years and if that sounds like quite a lot not because it is and I was asked to polling stations speaking to voters here in London while mom was telling me as we stood speaking in the cold December rate in a north London street he said he was fed up of it and she'd had enough of politics but despite that tens of millions of people did make it to the polling stations very RAF Britain to have a winter election this is the first one in December and I think ninety six years I'm and yet people are still motivated to engage in the political operations here because a big question with this election was well firstly what is the country's gonna look like for the next five years and secondly what should happen about brexit three and a half years after the referendum had when Brits wasted leave the European Union what kind of brexit divorce should happen if any the total well the prime minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party sets out campaigning around the country saying that greeted deal and with the E. U. all the divorce to take place but they struggle to get it through parliament today would say give us a stronger hand and we will and that would get brexit done and that you know you never know quite what I at this early stage after election why people voted the way they did but it seems that that message may well be more struck a call with a loss of that is because Boris Johnson ended up winning a much a landslide and he'd be returned to parliament with a majority of eighty seats which is really significant to give him a great deal of power and so the bottom line is after three and a half years of deadlock and gridlock is Boris Johnson calls it actually now Britain seems to be speeding towards break that and we think it's going to be done in the next six weeks

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"ninety six year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:00 min | 8 months ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on KOMO

"Carmel news here's more with miles talk about this before and I mentioned that I'm getting to the stage in my life with my parents probably needs a little work they are not doing as well as things that they used to do really well at and so I was really intrigued when I got a book in the mail about managing your aging parents and doctor dropped is joining us on the phone to talk about this book that he wrote especially the segment on the elderly drivers so first of all doctor what stimulated you to write a book about raising and and and and an older like member of the family I guess well let personal thanks for having me on I love your show delighted to be a part of today what every season of my life as presented me with a whole new challenge and chapter it we have to summon newfound courage to deal with every single season of life and I've written a book in every season of life and in this season of life I've been helping an aging mother I've been taking care of her I've been helping her make decisions I've been help may supporter advocate taking her to doctor appointments helping her downsize and move it to a smaller home except heard several all these transitions are parents go through which helps with where they live with their finances and one of those huge things because my mother love to drive was making a transition to no longer driving because she felt she could not do that safely anymore now what if I I have the opposite problem so just give you a little background my nine ninety six year old grandmother when she lived in seat in Devon I went down there several times to have a chat with her about perhaps going into as more of an assisted living situation she had home health they came in every day to sort of help that clean and that's the thing and she basically kicked me out of the house with five if I ever mentioned that she is as pasta over the rainbow bridge but my parents are now getting to the age where you know occasionally my mom says I think that may have fallen asleep at the traffic light this week and that's a red flag for me so how do you deal with it when the parents aren't willing to have a conversation yeah it's terrifying and when you went into a wall of resistance there a couple of things you want to make sure do the first thing is to set a tone of compassion and understanding you know they're losing their independence maybe their identity status mobility freedom you know they're going to quite a change so you being a compassionate listener trying to understand and then asking permission to have a conversation sometimes we just we get we blindsided them because of mom I got to talk to you about driving instead of blind sided then ask permission mom would it be okay when would it be okay for us to have a conversation about yours driving situation once you've got permission then how do you leave you leave with your own voice rather than putting it back up on their heels getting the defense if you want to say listen I'm concerned I'm scared mom you know I love you and I are worried that your help and I would never want you to be in a situation where you could hurt somebody else but I'm concerned about your driving and also the first three steps of grazing aging parents whose resistance I think one of the things that Saddam is it's the first time for many of us to go through this John Vincent is in the studio with us from US news and World Report John you had this with your parents at one point in life and you managed to find a loophole to get through to your mom did you get mom was great because mom realize that now for faculties were declining and realized that she was on safe on the road to other people and when she realized that she could hurt somebody else that's when she decided that it's time to hang up the keys so doctor when you talk to a parent you get permission you don't blindside them you talk about this in a softer approach how do you tell them something they already now well yeah he knew could stretch your concern you same mom we've had dad we've had this conversation or when I tried to have this conversation with you in the past it it's not like you're interested you really don't want to discuss it yes I need your help you know the word help is the least utilized four letter word in the English language and often it's that request for hopelessly John set you know it's it's saying mom I need your help okay well I'm concerned I'm concerned you might hurt somebody's for her to self medicate them we have to give them some options alternatives right we can I interrupt just for second take a quick break I want to continue this when we come back listening.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:12 min | 9 months ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"It was great that chiefs game three firearms was incredible chiefs are definitely beatable and just like that the AFC west is up for grabs again I guess let's not two games back I love your eternal optimism I brought your chest thank you yeah I forgot my lunch but Gerry happens to have a massive bag of cool ranch Doritos it was a so it was a gift Joe Kwan brought us lose those all day what could go wrong there's no issues here well it is it is Monday November eleventh that means it is veterans day officially and ceremonial like on our social media at Carey and Janet whether it's Facebook Instagram or Twitter we included a prompt for you if you know somebody if you are related to somebody want to honor somebody who served in our our armed forces we would absolutely love to hear about them and about their story so that we can talk about him on there we do this every once in awhile it seems like we've done it regularly on on veterans day and Memorial Day we get a great we get great feedback so if you have somebody who has served in the armed forces and you'd like to to commemorate them to to honor them in some way just tell us who they are where they served and you know anything you want about their story would be absolutely wonderful Donna wrote to us saying my husband Douglas Payne here's a retired marine a retired sergeant with the riverside county sheriff's department he is a good man Ronnie wrote to us both my parents served my son is a U. S. army Rangers to a military family there and think you hear that a lot you know where it runs in the family to serve we also I want to play for you right I tweeted this earlier last night's Knicks game a ninety six year old World War two veteran played the national anthem wow that's harmonica is he did before he played for the women's national team I don't remember exactly what the location was but he got a lot of publicity for that and then last night they they literally rolled him out there in a wheelchair he stands up at attention plays the entire star spangled banner on harmonica which is not an easy thing to do we'll all play for you a little bit of a little bit later on wanted to start with the story of Devon Lankford Devin is thirteen years old and saw his mother and two little brothers slaughtered there in that massacre in Mexico at the hands of the cartel shooters these words the fundamentalist Mormons who were driving in a caravan type way for security when they were fired upon he did this interview with Good Morning America described the whole situation his dad was sitting right next to him and among other things were to play parts of this interview for you because it's just incredible again this kid is thirteen and he looks every inch of thirteen a but barely and he's doing this interview about remember his mom two of his brothers have already been killed every other one of his siblings that was with him that day was shot and injured in some way he's the only one who didn't get one scratch on him if there was anybody.

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WarnerMedia names Ann Sarnoff as CEO of Warner Bros

Ethan Bearman

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

WarnerMedia names Ann Sarnoff as CEO of Warner Bros

"Warner media has named bbc executive and sarnoff head of warner brothers now she replaces former studio chief kevin ziggy hara who departed in march over misconduct allegations sarnoff is the first woman to lead the ninety six year old warner brothers currently the president of a._b._c. studios america's sarnoff has also been top executive with the w._n._b._a. and

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Franco Zeffirelli Italian Opera Director and Cultural Icon Dead at 96

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Franco Zeffirelli Italian Opera Director and Cultural Icon Dead at 96

"Remembering Franco Zeffirelli, the Italian director, who left his Mark on film theatre and the opera has died at his home at the age of ninety six so ferrelli. Right. Delighted audiences around the world, with his romantic vision and extravagant productions as seen in the nineteen sixty eight film Romeo, and Juliet in an interview in two thousand six f told the Associated Press, I am a director who uses different instruments to express his dreams and his stories to make people dream on our wedding became a friend ever since really cast him in the Romeo role in nineteen sixty eight he says, I've always had an eye for detail. That was because as a designer for which he's absolutely incredible. I and sense of, of beauty in constructing a scene in Zev rally was ninety six years

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World War II veterans return to Normandy for 75th D-Day anniversary

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:55 min | 1 year ago

World War II veterans return to Normandy for 75th D-Day anniversary

"Have followed several day veterans from every corner of America who made the journey back today. We saw them up on that stage and one of them had remarkable moment with the French president. What happened on that stage and we were waiting for ninety six year old stand Friday. Right. Afterward. They were determined to make the journey back the American World War Two veterans who were here on d day returning to the beaches, hand-in-hand perfect strangers saying, thank you. Thank you, big, baby. Thank you. Today that gratitude king for world leaders the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, the first lady Bridget, mccrone landing here to thank the Americans, the allied troops for liberating, France. Reading President Trump and first lady Melania Trump. The two world leaders were take to the stage with those World War, Two veterans among them. So many of the veterans we have followed president mccrone walking up to stand freiden from Pennsylvania. President Trump, we've Vincent Unger from Florida. Later. It was the French president shaking Vinnie's hand. President Trump greeting jet Claiborne from Tennessee. There was Hemos back on the left based in Yakima, Washington and win the crowd gathered here. Saw the veterans faces on those big screens, the swelling applause, and then the standing ovation. President book grow and saying, France is not forgotten. We know what we owe. Do you've the runs all freedom on behalf of my nation is useful to say thank you. The President Trump seeded up, so many of the World War, Two heroes on hand telling them this. You're the pride of our nation. You are the glory of our Republic, and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Then that rare honor the legion of honor the highest distinction from France for five Americans, including stand Friday, who we have followed all the way from Pennsylvania who after d day went far out ahead of the rest. The scope out the danger. He was a scout. We distinct to concentration camps before they were liberated stunningly Friday Stanley Friday on behalf of the French Republic. I would you the distinction of night of the beach in of onum? We were waiting for STAN right after. Congratulations. You didn't tell us yesterday. Didn't tell me either the French had reached out to him. But STAN had no idea honor this grant. What was it like up there on that stage? Thrilling. Dream, they're only about three hundred foreigners in the world who ever been given that French honor that you were given as a. Which in honor is at ninety six MRs stands first time back to Normandy for years. He would not talk about what he saw partly because of the friend. He lost my best buddy isn't it was Monday, then we relate this tighter in brothers would give our life through each other without a worded. Then. And we did everything together but out on separate patrols, he would lose that friend, manic paternity tilles trae died. He wanted to know if I was while he was dying at some his. Liz. Stan remembering the brother, he lost honoring the fallen. Looking out over all Maha beach, the two presidents and the first lady's. The flyer. In for STAN this day and his new metal is for all of the brothers. They lost meadow of part is for the guys head. They're, they're the era. I'm the standard there to here, everyone in these men, right? I represent. Stand telling me it's about the brothers who did not come home, the more than nine thousand who are buried right here behind me. And when you walk through the cemetery you see so many crosses with that date, June sixth, nineteen forty

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"ninety six year" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"More than ninety six years in prison. His lawyer said they would vigorously defend all those charges. Yeah. Parents that people are speaking out about it, but he said he didn't know where the shots were coming from. And you know, he he didn't do anything. He had the opportunity to do something. And he didn't do thing. And people are, you know, talked about this yesterday stuff is starting to break, if people are saying didn't supreme court come up with something and says, please do not have to do some of these things. I don't know they're charging ham with things like yeah. Child neglect in a few other things. People are pissed. Right. Like that was your job. You have you have a job and your jobs, not just to, to look at the high school girls, and to be a creeper and to make sure that there's not a food fight and to catch the kids that are smoking weed around the back. No, you had a job on this day. And you were given all of the tools necessary. Doesn't mean you, you would have stopped anyone from dying. Doesn't mean any of that he could have turned the corner at the and he could have been shot dead. But the fact that you said, I here, but I didn't know where it was coming from is a poor excuse. His lawyers calling the charges unprecedented. Mr. Peterson was not criminally negligent in his actions as no police officer has ever been prosecuted for his or her actions in responding to an active shooter incident foot, some survivors of or calling the arrest Justice..

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The case against former Parkland deputy accused of inaction during shooting

Barsky Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

The case against former Parkland deputy accused of inaction during shooting

"After a fifteen month. FDLE investigation. The so-called coward of Broward, former BSO deputy Scott Peterson has been arrested and charged with child neglect, and culpable negligence and perjury. Eight fifty. W. F T L. Karen curtis. The clients password in from North Carolina. Brad county judges keeping bond at one hundred and two thousand dollars for the former school safety officer charged with failing to confront the gunman in the parkland shooting in his court appearance this morning. The judge also denied emotion from the defense that would have allowed Scott Peterson to return to his home in North Carolina to get his passport as a condition of his release Peterson faces more than ninety six years in prison and the loss of his pension if he's

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World leaders honor veterans on D-Day anniversary

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

World leaders honor veterans on D-Day anniversary

"And World War. Two veterans are gathering on the southern coast of England for ceremonies marking the seventy fifth anniversary of d day, June sixth, nineteen forty four the day allied soldiers began an invasion that helped liberate Europe from Nazi Germany. Meanwhile, some British d day veterans now in their nineties, or in France paying tribute to the many Americans who died on day at a commemoration two days before the anniversary. Ten ten. Houston Texas after shaking, a young Americans hands and ninety six year old Richard Thomas Pelser said seventy five years later. He's happy shock value. So the youth today can enjoy the

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Jimmy Kimmel and Norman Lear to Host Live Recreation of The Jeffersons and All in the Family

First Light

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Jimmy Kimmel and Norman Lear to Host Live Recreation of The Jeffersons and All in the Family

"All in the family and the jeffersons are coming back to television live for one night only. Woody Harrelson, Marisa Tomei, Jamie, FOX and Wanda Sykes are going to star in a recreation of these Samantha so is from these incredibly influential sitcoms back in the nineteen seventies. Ninety six year old Norman Lear who created all in the family and its spin off the jeffersons and Jimmy Kimmel are hosting this. It'll be on ABC's prime time sometime next month. Woody Harrelson and Marisa Tomei will play Archie and Edith bunker with FOX and Sykes as George and Louise Jefferson Ellie Kemper justina Machado, and will Ferrell will

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North County, South County And San Diego discussed on Brett Winterble

Brett Winterble

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

North County, South County And San Diego discussed on Brett Winterble

"The county reported two more deaths from the flu last week in San Diego. Bringing this season's flu death toll to forty seven ninety six year old South County woman in a fifty six year old north county man died due to flu complications, both had additional medical issues that the county did not disclose whether they had been

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"ninety six year" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"My ninety six year old Grammy told me that after the touchdowns. She turned off the Super Bowl. However, I'm very proud of her for sticking with it until middle of the fourth quarter because she doesn't typically stay up that late. So I thought maybe the game would put her to sleep. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. The Super Bowl is now in the rear view mirror. The patriots will host their next championship parade coming up on Tuesday morning, while the Rams are back to the drawing board. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS sports radio, and we are pleased to welcome our friend from Los Angeles. Who was also at the Super Bowl Michael Duarte who covers LA sports for NBC LA, Michael what did you think of Mercedes Benz stadium? I like the stadium itself. Very nice very modern and get me excited for this New England which stadium that's coming in Los Angeles next year. So it looks anything like what Mercedes-Benz data, especially when we got lucky sneak peek tour of it on Wedneday earlier in the week before the Super Bowl, I'll be excited for when that new stadium open. Well that stadium in Englewood is supposed to be the largest facility with even the the the blueprints for expansion. It's not even open yet. And they've already got opportunities to expand if need be right. Yeah. And that's the thing. It's like it's not gonna be centrally located the way Mercedes Benz wasn't actually likes to set up downtown Atlanta. You had state farm arena across the street the convention center across the street. Alright. Hell CNN the park. Everything was very close within walking distance. Not remind them issue on radio row that we gotta find your next year. We'll make that happen. My hours were odd. I'm sure it was my fault. Sure. But then in in Los Angeles, STAN Kroenke owner, boss Angeles Rams, basically bought this whole parcel of land old Hollywood park casino, isn't it's huge. It's actually very close to the forum. So it's walking distance from a concert venue in that regard. And they're still talks with the clippers might move and build their own facility there. But this is something that like, you said expansion gonna go crazy. They want to build residential apartments movie theaters. Plazas restaurants shops, they wanna make this just a whole little mini town there around the stadium. And that's why that expansion can continue, and it's different than what you saw in Atlanta Mercedes-Benz, but as far as technology the opening and closing of the roof, the sweets and the way the field moves into lights and the LED displays that three hundred sixty halo board. They had you know, the the the Rams are going to have all of that. And more in this new this new venue? I have got to share with my listening audience to tweet that you posted as you were attempting to leave Atlanta and get back to Los Angeles following the Super Bowl. Oh, yeah. Michael tweeted my flight back to LA has been delayed for an hour because the patriots fan wearing a Tom Brady jersey puked all over and then refused to leave the flight OMG, Michael what the heck my gosh. What a day I was the guy that was looking at flights and we're heading out there. And I was like I want to get back as soon as possible. Also the flight really increased in cry throughout Monday morning and Monday afternoon, you could get a cheaper price if you wanted to hang around Atlanta for day and come back Tuesday. But if I was willing to get on this four AM flight, I said, hey, I'll be back by like seven AM in LA. That sounds perfect to me. You know, let's just get out of the the Super Bowl and get out and get back. I didn't leave Mercedes Benz stadium until one forty five in the morning. Like, I rushed to our hotel grabbed all my stuff headed straight for the airport. I thought I was going to be late. Atlanta's airport has this. This train all the terminals and mine was in Athens, the last so I'm like sweating bullets, and then I'm gate F one last gate. So I'm sprinting down the airport trying to get on the plane on the last person to board the plane, there's no room for my overhead bag. I gotta have a check. I finally get to my feet five minutes before takeoff and ten fifteen twenty minutes later, we're not moving we're not traveling. I'm like what is going on? So I stand up and kind of start to look around the plane and there is a patriots fan. Tom Brady jersey who has just vomited in the back of the plane, and people are discussed it and stretching your way, they can't believe what's happening, and he refuses to get off the plane as the flight crew is trying to get him to get off. Police have to come on the plane and physically remove this personally bag before we could even take off once he was removed with the cats and announced he be taking off in the next ten minutes. And we finally departed to LA about fifteen minutes away. But that's just kind of sums up the entire day for LA in general on Sunday. Well, I didn't realize that vomiting was a good reason for people to remove you from the play. But that's good though. Because if it happened again that would be a terrible ride. Oh my gosh. Glad you made it back to Los Angeles. Michael Duarte from NBC L A with us here after hours on CBS sports radio. What will you remember about Super Bowl fifty three and being in the building? That's a good question. There's a lot that that. I'm remember and taking unfortunately for me. I don't know if you were there, the halftime show looked a lot different for me. It looks kinda cool. I couldn't really hear it. But I went differently on television. What I saw inside the building. But more than anything, you know, this Rams offense that averaged thirty two and a half points per game the regular season when the highest scoring offense of the league, Sean McVeigh hyped up is this offensive wonder can somebody who was just going to be taking the league on fire, and then setting off a defense is flame within defensive schemings and strategies and ability to improvise and call plays on the go just got completely stymied and stifled in what will turn out to be the lowest scoring game history defensive standoff, and what I thought from just watching it live Bill ballot. Check masterpiece. He stacked five six seven guys in the box. And then a lot of questions I was getting throughout the week was what are they gonna focus on to stop the Rams who's the player? They look at it. And I said it might end up being Todd Gurley. And sure enough Bella checks strategy was I'm going to shut down the run in the shutdown girly and C J Anderson. The duo that rushed for over two hundred fifty yards combined against the Cowboys in that first. Playoff game. I'm gonna make Jared Goff, a young kind of deer in the headlights after drop back and beat us. And what happened is they tried to establish the run on first and second down. The patriots were ready for it stopped it, and you have these third and longs situations early in the game. The defense was able to Blake pin their air bags and put pressure on Gough Gough needed to sit in the pocket. Take the hit. And makes it throws. Right. He just wasn't doing it all game over eight on third down. He was lobbying couple passes. He missed Brandin cooks wide open and in the end zone. The start of the second-half, obviously, the the terrible interception at the end of the game that basically sealed the deal that was a bad play bad decision. I'm gonna remember this game. I Bill ballot. Check completely out coaching Sean McVeigh he admitted to after the game and and stifling that as Rams rushing attack and making Jared Goff. Look, look, very very vulnerable. So it's interesting that you say that because I would agree with you that golf did not play. Well, he didn't take the hit. He didn't stand the pocket. He got nervous with the diff. Pressure and all that chats. But how do we actually know of the Sean McVeigh game plan was good or not good? When it wasn't executed on the field. Yeah. That's that's definitely a big part of it. But I think Sean McVay as the game goes along has to realize what's happening. And it's like we'll take that saints game. For example, when everybody was talking about Todd Gurley not getting that many touches and taking the ball out. He realizes the saints were basically taking away the edges couldn't rush to the edges which is Todd really's forte. He could rush between the tackles a little bit especially without their star all pro defensive lineman defensive tackle out of the game for the saints. So he was able to rush up the middle of C, J Anderson. And when when not when when Todd Gurley was dropping passes, you know as a receiver out of the backfield those little screen passing game one turning into an interception. Mcvay knew that he has to change course. And that's why wasn't an injury to Todd Gurley. Wasn't anything like that? It was this is what I know. I can get actual yards out of Todd Gurley is almost a liability out there right now. This is what the defense is giving me. So I'm gonna take advantage of it. It didn't seem like he was doing that in this game. The defense was giving him passes. If. Jared goff. I down second down drawbacks to pass and found some guys you'd be able to do something because the patriots will putting more guys in the box, and basically playing a little bit of his own sometimes man mixing up their coverage isn't trying to confuse golf in the secondary. But he had guys open consistently. If you just look for them and found them and didn't kinda I would say try to break up the play earlier and run out of the pocket or not want to avoid getting that big hit. If he just looked down. He had a lot of check down to some guy that he missed, and that's one of those things where if you're Sean McVeigh. I don't really know. How you correct that? But he should have seen that. And maybe tried to find something else was working early in the game the way the patriots gonna do when they kept finding them. And they kept going back to the same play over and over and over again the entire game. And the Rams couldn't stop it up getting wide open..

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Ex-Chicago officer gets nearly 7 years in Laquan McDonald shooting

WRVA Programming

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Chicago officer gets nearly 7 years in Laquan McDonald shooting

"Thousand fourteen ABC's Ryan burrow in Chicago. Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke could have been sentenced to up to ninety six years behind bars. But instead got Eighty-one months his attorney, Dan Herbert saying his client after he truly felt great meeting. He was not just relieved. He he was he was happy. But activists William Callaway saying after the sentence. We don't agree with the judge's ruling at all he deserves to spend the rest of his life Meeham, boss. Mcdonald's. Great uncle not happy with the sentence. But says the guilty verdicts sets a precedent. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago, she's twenty three years old and a vegetative state and somehow became pregnant the young woman's mother is now

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"ninety six year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"WBZ news time four twenty our top story. President Trump is digging in for more combat after rejecting a short-term legislative fix to end the partial government shutdown. Trump rejected the suggestion to reopen the government for several weeks while ago, she would continue with Democrats over is demand for billions for a wall along the us Mexico border. Trump says he will never ever back down more from CBS coming up at four thirty one the governor and Lieutenant governor will not the only newcomers to willa noise executive branch to take the oath of office yesterday role is the new attorney general after the sixteen year run of Lisa Madigan. And he says now more than ever the role of state attorney general. Not just here. But throughout our country has evolved dramatically in recent years as this nation and the world have looked to these previously obscure state officials to blot misguided federal policies that violate our citizens rights. Roll said, it's not the pay the vital work tracks the attorneys and support staff to the office at the capital. Dave doll NewsRadio on what? Oh, five point nine FM lawyers in the case of a former Chicago police officer convicted in the heloc one McDonald shooting. Say in papers filed with the court about arguments on sentencing will be heard this week special. Prosecutor Joseph McMahon does not recommend a specific a sentence in his Monday filing but walked through the states complex sentencing formula to say former officer Jason Van Dyke could be sentenced to as much as ninety six years in prison on Friday. If the judge concludes all sixteen bullets that struck the McDonald cause serious bodily injury. But he also says Lee sentencing could be for as little as eighteen years. Judge has imposed an eighty four year prison sentence on the Chicago man who fatally shot a fifteen year old idea Pendleton after she'd performed at President Obama's twenty thirteen inauguration festivities the judge handing down. That sadness to twenty four year old Michael ward on Monday, five months after he was convicted of murder and aggravated battery Davidge WBZ news time, four twenty with Capital One quicksilver card. You earn unlimited. One point five percent cashback on every purchase every week. It's easy. That's just the way. I like. Quicksilver card from Capital One. What's in your one? Capital? One Bank USA. There was sort of the problem when I was younger to cigarettes three cigarettes. It was it was in the habit. My mom. She was always like you need to get rid of them gave the jewelry chance, and I liked it found that it really works to switch was easy..

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Teen drivers take more risks after trading learner permits for licenses

24 Hour News

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Teen drivers take more risks after trading learner permits for licenses

"Lundberg gasoline prices slipped a little they're down three cents in the past two weeks to a new. Average regular grade, at two ninety one in this panel San Francisco was the high. Three seventy one and the lowest Baton Rouge at two, fifty she says prices have fallen because of declining crude oil prices and a reduced demand for gas across. The US they're, still fifty nine cents higher than, this time last year Pam Coulter, CBS news meantime after trading. Learner permits for licenses teenage drivers tend to engage in riskier business on the roads once team's trade, that learner's permit for a license a new study. Finds during the first, year going solo they were over six times, more likely to crash or narrowly escaped collisions than adults they also were nearly four times more likely to Exhibit risky driving. Behaviors the National Institute of child health and human development study included, ninety six year olds on average driving a total of, four hundred and ninety thousand miles as parents. Put in more. Than twice as many miles as a group the teens experienced one hundred and forty. Eight near crashes sixty. Nine collisions in nine crashes reported to police I'm Barbara Kusak w w j news time nine fifty. Two this is Dennis, do Bacher the Michigan department of transportation has announced that the contract has been signed for. The next, segment of the reconstruction and improvement or I seventy five in Oakland County beginning next year eight miles. Of I seventy five will be rebuilt between Coolidge. Highway at, thirteen mile road people. Involved, replacement of eighteen structures of drainage, installing noise walls and adding of the high occupancy vehicle aims also known as HOV lanes preliminary work will begin. This fall with the rebuilding to take place in two, thousand nine hundred and two thousand twenty during the construction two lanes of I seventy. Five will be open in each direction the entire I seventy five modernization project involves. Rebuilding the total of eighteen miles of freeway replacing bridges and Eddie the HOV lane which will bring I seventy five up to current design..

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California, Ed Westwick and Los Angeles discussed on KNX Programming

KNX Programming

04:01 min | 2 years ago

California, Ed Westwick and Los Angeles discussed on KNX Programming

"Downtown Los Angeles this is on the connector between the eastbound ten in the northbound five at two cars are. Blocking lanes there. Also still. Have that problem in the valley it's on the connector from the eastbound one eighteen to the, two ten bit of a backup there on the one eighteen and Santa Clarita. Areas still very slow traffic, northbound and southbound five do road work between the one twenty six and Valencia boulevard Southbound and from the fourteen to Valencia boulevard northbound, next report is at five twenty five I'm Daphne Brogdon with more traffic reports more often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Overnight morning low clouds, and fog across southern California we are expecting to see some. Serious heat over the next few, days, though in. Our inland spots so, low clouds and, fog affecting the coastal see a bit of. A cool down at the beaches but inland spots completely different story nineties triple digits for the next seven days high pressure moves to the. North opening up the door to some monsoonal moisture so we, could see some thunderstorms potentially during the week with other California's. Most accurate dependable forecast I'm CBS chief meteorologist half. KNX ten seventy News Radio sixty seven degrees in Thousand Oaks sixty seven hundred gore hills and in Huntington. Beach it's seventy degrees at five seventeen now many. Major southern California landmarks and attractions will be eliminated with gold lights tonight to pay tribute to the late local restaurant critic Jonathan gold the highly respected and Pulitzer prize winning writer died a week ago and today would have been his fifty eighth birthday LA. City hall the gateway pylons at LAX the ferris wheel on the. Santa Monica pier at the. US Bank tower in downtown LA among the landmarks it will be lit up in goal tonight in his honor and plans are also being, made for a public celebration of. His, life that will happen, next month Olympic alpine skier Bode Miller and his wife Morgan are speaking out for the first time since, their daughter, drown in a pool in Orange County I can attest from firsthand, experience now that is unbelievable quick and it's unbelievable Sneaky it's been five weeks since their little nineteen month old daughter died the couple told NBC's today show that it took only a matter of. Moments for the, child to disappear and only a matter of seconds for the child to get into the water a child under thirty pounds can. Drown in thirty seconds and I just keep counting to thirty in my head That was all I. Needed according to the Orange County Fire. Authority the couple was inside a neighbor's house having a conversation. With a little girl wandered into the backyard and made her way into the neighbor's, pool CPR was started immediately but it was too late NBC will air the millers full interview, on Monday Jordan. Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio gossip girl actor Ed Westwick will not face charges. After three women came forward to report he had sexually assaulted them. In two thousand fourteen LA county prosecutors found insufficient evidence to move, forward in two of the cases in. The third the investigator has been unable to find. The woman Westwick attorney says the allegations are false ground breaking television. Producer Norman Lear has signed a new two year deal with Sony Pictures television it includes the rights to remake many of his classic TV series and even though that might not seem. Like a very long commitment it's a pretty strong vote of confidence considering that Lear is now ninety six years Old under the deal the shows that Sony could reboot, include his past big hits all in the family the jeffersons good times and Maud Bring anything back these days at five nineteen Beverly Hills says electric scooters though they're not welcome. In the city and they're they've banned them it's a six month ban the action taken by council members in a four to one vote the fact of the matter is the only. Way we can, fix this is to stop it and then take a breath and. Find out what the right thing to do is mayor Julian gold says burden line forced the scooters on the city without care or warning forgiveness is really not appropriate because what they did. Was really disgusting and they put everybody in this. Room at risk and they put your.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"Oh right i remember whenever we're new york you're like i love deli coffee that's my favorite kind of coffee it's like the better it's true i like bad hoffy i don't like quote unquote good coffee yes too strong for me i like seven eleven coffee i like deli coffee i like you know dunkin donuts coffee which is you know actually dunkin donuts is considered one of the best but i i love bad coffee well i think it's this idea that when we give more nor cells we can ask more from ourselves if you're asking yourself to do a lot of things that are you know a stretch or a little bit hard if you give yourself a luxury then you don't feel deprived you don't feel like oh well i've just been out of whack you feel like you're being you're taking care of yourself yeah and i also think it's you know when you think about luxury it's like it doesn't have to be a yacht you know there are little things that can feel very luxurious like nice soap that's something that can really elevate your bathing ritual and make you feel like you've treated yourself and it's not expensive here's a great i was reading this book called iris out full accidental econ musings of geriatric starlet it's all about iris out full at her she's and she's this ninety six year old woman she's a style icon cheese you've seen her picture she's an older woman with like enormous round dark glasses and a lot of accessories she's like super super fabulous and she says for her the greatest luxury is peace of mind but she also talks about a grilled cheese sandwich listening to sinatra songs in the wee hours cruising a flea market caviar which she described her drug of choice and slipping into a freshly made bed with chris clean sheets and finally eating stuffed cabbage so those are all things for those part that are pretty inexpensive and that for her though give her that feeling of luxury interesting it's fun hearing what what makes people have that sort of rush of pleasure yup i wonder for some people it'd be about something they they loved in childhood like the things that we loved in childhood or that were treats then i think kind of stay treats yeah stray feeling luxurious yes so gretchen it'll be it would be so fun to hear from our listeners about what they find luxurious because i think people are going to have radically different ideas yes yes but we can all get from each other because i think senator saying to yourself like ooh this is a luxury just makes an ordinary thing feel more special so maybe realizing that oh a great grilled cheese sandwiches a luxury for somebody could help you cultivated as a luxury yourself yes now for listener question as we said you can always leave us a voicemail question.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"The the flow of blood and this is so affective that in two thousand fifteen five clinical trials were stopped halfway through because the fec size was so huge that determined fussing moro to denied treatment from the control group while wow that's incredible yeah that was big moment in stoke care in two thousand sixteen it's called mechanical ron back to me zoey to mechanical thrown back to me this is a minimally invasive well maybe not minimally invasive but it sounds like a fairly low risk because it louis or veniamin veniamin over utah to some dogs they they would say they operate on a ninety six year old patients without thinking twice there's always risk in in in malaysia relatively minimal invasive yo people undergo invention heart the too many people undergo them the considerable fowley stunned up nowadays always risk so obviously if you walk into a hospital and you get your c t scan you don't want to just have a mechanical thrown back to me while you're waiting for the radiologist to come look at your your stroke you do what to at least have the radiologists look at your stroke at look at your your scannon see how severe your symptoms are and whether you're having a stroke or whether it's something else along that differential diagnostic but the point is that if you can get the stroke identified the severity of stroke identified and it warrants a mechanical thrown beca me the point is that we have a very high expected value treatment that we can apply to you as a patient executive so does a golden opportunity for for the stroke patient if they're identified on time and identified as patients who is eligible for mechanical beca me those literally a magic wand that thing to venture his can wave and remove the clutch from the rain and generate huge benefits for the patient of the biggest issue with this is first of all most hospitals don't have new intervention so they don't have the quick movement and they don't have the personnel those are typically concentrated into main also known as hubs or comprehensive stroke centers so you're in one hospital you're paying driven by pain there but actually the person who needs to know about the case and really making the link wrinkle decision is elsewhere is in a different hospital altogether and then i mean we've all been to hospitals you know you know the doctors during the best but sometimes the inefficiencies in the system so those dachshunds trying to figure out what's going on with the patient and whether the eligible for for becca me they would at some point trying to contact the other hospital consult with them somehow transfer images so they can also take a look down the side eventually attendance to decide whether they want to go in and try to retrieve caught and then the beijing would have been transferred to the hospital in paint and operated on so it's very very complex logistical effort well love of communication it's the vaughn at all decisions into made by many many people and not all civil in the same place in all of his fellow notified when the spacious comes into the house and the meantime every minute is a week so exotic if you can save any piece of time along this series of logistical time transactions than it this is can be a potential boon this can be the the difference between severi severely negative outcomes and severely positive outcomes and if there's nothing wrong with the patient or if it's something that is not a stroke and it's just maybe the patients dehydrated or something like that then if we can just get the patient out of the hospitals quickly as possible that would be an added benefit as well not very lead this brings us to to visit day i what you're doing so what you are targeting is when the skin gets created instead of handing off to a radiologist which may take three or four hours you just send it to the cloud and your software analyzes the can explain what you can detect by running the scan through the algorithms that you've developed vista sure so at vissel that what we do is identify we got discounts from the city's cancer the.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"The the flow of blood and this is so affective that in two thousand fifteen five clinical trials were stopped halfway through because the fec size was so huge that determined fussing moro to denied treatment from the control group while wow that's incredible yeah that was big moment in stoke care in two thousand sixteen it's called mechanical ron back to me zoey to mechanical thrown back to me this is a minimally invasive well maybe not minimally invasive but it sounds like a fairly low risk because it louis or veniamin veniamin over utah to some dogs they they would say they operate on a ninety six year old patients without thinking twice there's always risk in in in malaysia relatively minimal invasive yo people undergo invention heart the too many people undergo them the considerable fowley stunned up nowadays always risk so obviously if you walk into a hospital and you get your c t scan you don't want to just have a mechanical thrown back to me while you're waiting for the radiologist to come look at your your stroke you do what to at least have the radiologists look at your stroke at look at your your scannon see how severe your symptoms are and whether you're having a stroke or whether it's something else along that differential diagnostic but the point is that if you can get the stroke identified the severity of stroke identified and it warrants a mechanical thrown beca me the point is that we have a very high expected value treatment that we can apply to you as a patient executive so does a golden opportunity for for the stroke patient if they're identified on time and identified as patients who is eligible for mechanical beca me those literally a magic wand that thing to venture his can wave and remove the clutch from the rain and generate huge benefits for the patient of the biggest issue with this is first of all most hospitals don't have new intervention so they don't have the quick movement and they don't have the personnel those are typically concentrated into main also known as hubs or comprehensive stroke centers so you're in one hospital you're paying driven by pain there but actually the person who needs to know about the case and really making the link wrinkle decision is elsewhere is in a different hospital altogether and then i mean we've all been to hospitals you know you know the doctors during the best but sometimes the inefficiencies in the system so those dachshunds trying to figure out what's going on with the patient and whether the eligible for for becca me they would at some point trying to contact the other hospital consult with them somehow transfer images so they can also take a look down the side eventually attendance to decide whether they want to go in and try to retrieve caught and then the beijing would have been transferred to the hospital in paint and operated on so it's very very complex logistical effort well love of communication it's the vaughn at all decisions into made by many many people and not all civil in the same place in all of his fellow notified when the spacious comes into the house and the meantime every minute is a week so exotic if you can save any piece of time along this series of logistical time transactions than it this is can be a potential boon this can be the the difference between severi severely negative outcomes and severely positive outcomes and if there's nothing wrong with the patient or if it's something that is not a stroke and it's just maybe the patients dehydrated or something like that then if we can just get the patient out of the hospitals quickly as possible that would be an added benefit as well not very lead this brings us to to visit day i what you're doing so what you are targeting is when the skin gets created instead of handing off to a radiologist which may take three or four hours you just send it to the cloud and your software analyzes the can explain what you can detect by running the scan through the algorithms that you've developed vista sure so at vissel that what we do is identify we got discounts from the city's cancer the.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Unless of course you just want people carbs container we cannot ignore what frames killing more people than ever before this bill would be passed in be ratified of those people that didn't want people to okay so so that was the one he did a few months ago really good now he's back with one about the tsa we're just doing the story about the ninety six year old grandma it was felt up at the airport i mean expense six minutes hassling and abusing i think abusing this woman well her family stood there and expressed their absolute horror at what was happening and the tsa just kept doing it just i mean it's it's unbelievable so remmy is back now to talk about the tsa here it is good stole all baggage y'all travel but newly my last job paid this pays using dame's kid bursley then we around you and you'll be.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Careful anyway it's this nonstop constant security state that we live in so you can never be too careful ninety six year old woman washington dulles airport landed on the tsa the tsa said we don't care that was their official response we don't care now we don't care then we never care we don't care and johnny system ninety six year old lady was cursing and screaming for matt matt's grandmother you let you let it another woman down did you another good woman i mean i'm a reasonable guy and i understand that you know we we have to have armed guards at every federal site now in this day and age for whatever reason but my only question is why standing in the middle of independence hall that's all why not like climbing on the liberty bell why not sit on the liberty bell with regard to deter terrorists you know why not be on the top of independence hall where the liberty bell was the real one and just swing from it with an uzi in case there's an isis guy walks by golly better think twice about this just don't get it you know but nobody cares we're all just fine we're fine with this now so k feel up grandma ruin my pictures of the birthplace of freedom just make sure i don't die by a terrorist because that's how they do it these days what they might have is maybe a ninety six year old in a wheelchair with a camera share boom next thing you know you have a national tragedy on your hands if you have questions about the treatment of this ninety six year old woman you can call tsa they have at tsa i'm sure that there won't be put on a list or anything if you complain to them on twitter by the way that i'm sure in the right way right about right away they will that.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"That shoulder is stiff the left shoulder is stiff don't try to raise it this is gonna go viral this is jesus goes on like this for six minutes now the part where she said you know like it's uncalled for whatever that's when she went right into the crotch like deep into the crotch area now this is a ninety six year old woman it's a ninety six year old woman and they went up and down the leg multiple times on the shoes multiple times and the crotch the pelvis area multiple times onto brass multiple times in the rear end multiple times up and down the back then they're you know her left shoulder which is the one that's very stiff gotta lifted to lifted the poro ladies obviously in pain they keep lifting they got gotta check they gotta check no they got a bomb stuffed dinner armpit genius now to be fair i'm just going to be very fair the the woman that was conducting the primary pat down not the other one that was trying to block them from filming it but the one that's actually doing all of the groping all of the groping was very polite i have to say at a big smile on her face was talking to the elderly woman trying to reassure she's talking to her so the tsa agent was very professional not no question about it but that's not the issue the issue is if i did that to an old lady i would be thrown in jail if britney did that to an old lady she would be thrown in jail that was basically a sexual assault and frankly the.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Atlanta forest mark coming up why tsa officers searched a ninety six year old woman in a wheelchair i'm cbs three meteorologist peterson tonight partly cloudy with a shower chance generally south affiliate sixty eight for the overnight low mostly cloudy with showers and a popup understo focus on saturday afternoon with a high of eighty four cooler on sunday mostly cloudy skies and a high of seventy five with a few showers still lingering in the area seventy four on monday generally overcast is start the week out with a shower chance tuesday dryer with a high of eighty a mix of sun and clouds and for the middle of the week we're back into the mid eighties a high of eighty five wednesday partly cloudy skies and shower chances back in the forecast eyewitness weather updates eight times every hour on kyw newsradio summer's here now is the perfect time to make your vacation plans at the ocean front grant hotel a victorian cape may the grand hotel cape premier resort hotel and conference centre eagerly awaits your every pleasure our gracious staff and find facilities cater to family fun business needs and romantic yearnings alike the grant tell offers a variety of tastefully appointed guest rooms and suites indoor and outdoor pools whirlpool restaurant nightclub and so much more the ground also offers discounted weekend and midweek vacation packages look direct with the grant for the best rates don't delay call today to reserve your room at the oceanfront grand hotel of cape may call eight hundred to five seven eighty five fifty eight hundred to five seven eighty five fifty or visit us on the web at grand cape may dot com grand cape may dot com that's grand cape may dot com no an ad from dad save money on car insurance when you bundle home and auto with progressive another way to save money don't buy those expensive coffees and then you can save up for i don't know really nice dress shirt i'm just saying it's great that you feel comfortable here at work but you know an adult could walk in progressive cat eighty from becoming your parents but we can save you money when you bundle home and auto progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and.

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Security camps out ahead of royal wedding

News, Traffic and Weather

02:30 min | 2 years ago

Security camps out ahead of royal wedding

"The one hundred twelve million dollars it'll take to build it wasn't easy but this project was worth fighting for we have a lot of endangered species and other fish that travel on the way river project manager liam hohnstein with the army corps of engineers says this new facility will move one point two million salmon each year we're looking to move thousands of fish every hour and according to pay dividends on all of the efforts to bring him back they salmon didn't get up there you've lost generations of fish thousands of millions to more of all the juveniles than the adults could've come so this'll pay back for for generations i hope to be done by the end of twenty twenty in buckley mitch pittman komo news on saturday the world will have a new princess and she'll be an american megan markle and prince harry will tie the knot abc's maggie rulli has the story from windsor castle meghan all know working guy from royal diehards because this crazy cola who've been camped out for days just waiting to get their first glimpse of the newlyweds to mini markle's walking through windsor everyone we've met seems to be a fan of the future american princess scenario people marrying into the royal family with less than twenty four hours to go it's crunch time for the royal family rehearsals are set making asked her future father in law prince charles to walk her down the aisle after finding out her own father could not make it to the wedding due to medical reasons and his statement the palace said the prince of wales is pleased to be able to welcome miss markle to the royal family in this way the cake is baked elder flower buttercream which is a buttercream that's very light and fluffy the families have met megan's mom sitting down with queen elizabeth and she already had tea with meghan future inlaws security is tight so many security personnel are being brought in for the big day that many of them are having to sleep intense here outside castle grounds and the guest list is finalized perry's ninety six year old grandfather prince philip who has been in ill health confirming he will be at the wedding hearing down you can buy just about anything with harry and meghan space audit from t shirts to flags to mugs two spoons all.

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Meghan Markle Is Getting ‘Cold Feet’ Ahead Of The Royal Wedding, Per ‘RadarOnline’

Deminski and Doyle

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Meghan Markle Is Getting ‘Cold Feet’ Ahead Of The Royal Wedding, Per ‘RadarOnline’

"The ocean city market and that's the one outlier where february registered as the smartest month to sell prince will prince charles will walk megan markle down the aisle at the royal wedding tomorrow kensington palace says the father of the groom stepped in after marco's dad fell ill just days before the nuptials and was unable to fly to britain also buckingham palace has confirmed that ninety six year old prince philip will attend the royal wedding just a few weeks after undergoing a hip replacement are you sick of the rain yet there's still plenty more to.

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Will Prince Harry lose the beard for his big day?

The Paul W. Smith Show

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Will Prince Harry lose the beard for his big day?

"Him to manage your rental property and enjoy your weekends again fifty three degrees dow jones futures are up prince charles will walk meghan markle down the aisle at her wedding to prince harry at the request of the bride markle's father cannot attend her mother will be there as will the ninety two year old queen and ninety six year old prince philip i'm dick hafner wjr news more news at seven thirty or whenever news breaks welcome into newstalk seven hundred sixty wjr and paul w smith this morning special broadcast is hosted by.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"And again the question is you know when you when you arm bar to the ground which you've done the same thing anyway 'cause naturally naturally you're going to arm her arm bar that ole to give her wanna steven seagal kito move right remember the one where he like does the clothesline i would i would kill to see somebody akito clothesline some ninety six year old lady bringing back old memories it's a story grabner she's probably like eighty something at the time and i just had it in me as a young kid of maybe eight to pretend i was a bowl and ram her in the back for legs and sent her for got in big trouble shop grandma at the knees didn't you well done she's five though i didn't as her all right so we got this shooter out of watched the news yesterday when we got done with the show we opened up the door and on the news could see that the active shooter was was going on at the youtube campus and i was you know mmediately i think my first reaction was this is this is getting out of hand it's just like every other day now somebody's shooting up something of building or a school or and it just i i know these things tend to run in in cycle so what happens is that there's actually a psychological principle behind this when i studied dangerous human behavior years ago and one of the things that they say is one of the reasons that you see multiple instances altogether is that there's a lot of people sitting around thinking about it and when somebody actually does it it triggers something kind of pushes several other people over the edge.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Larger unrest no larger movement that sprang up in may so not only do you have that we're fiftieth anniversary parallel is twenty eighteen ninety six year you also have the first protests here being march twenty second with also the famous march twenty second nineteen sixty eight i think really depends on how the you know the public sector the rest of the public sector mobilizes and also if this is unrest gets triggered in the in the private sector as well you know yonkers at car for which is the kind of french walmart or playing mobilizes as well soon you know we'll see in the coming weeks if this really takes on a you know a larger a larger scope well it's a it's a fascinating story and a fascinating development so coal stangl herb politics and labor journalist thanks for coming back on the program and thanks for reporting on this thanks for having me hello everybody this is richard r j s gal from zero our you know there are a lot of myths out there about social security and they're out there for a reason to make you think it's a good idea to slash the benefits you've already earned here's the truth social security has its own special source of revenue politicians who say it's driving up the deficit are lying social security can't drive up the deficit because it doesn't contribute to the deficit in fact it's forbidden by law from contributing to the overall deficit and it's currently holding.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on KOMO

"Your next report's at 1224 i'm kiera jordan on komo news flood we're going to be stuck with the rain for the afternoon commute a pretty steady in the times heavy with temperatures staying about where we are 45 perhaps were the high word 43 right now but same deal tomorrow than showers often on thursday and friday a washington woman believed to be the inspiration for rosie the riveter has died naomi parker freely died saturday in longview a university professor says a photo of fraley at work was the basis for the famous world war two icon she was born in oklahoma after the attack on pearl harbor went to work at a naval air station where she was among the first women at the base to do the war work freely was ninety six years old turns out seismologists say that seven point nine magnitude earthquake that shook off the coast of alaska early today prompting salami warnings in watches didn't actually pose a big risk for asia nami as we hear now from abc's alex stone at keltec tom heaton the director of the earthquake engineering research labs as it turned out the alaskan earthquake was not a type that would typically produce a large soon nami it's what we call strike slip so it's cynthia vertical and onesided is moving laterally pays the other he says that type of movement doesn't displays lots of land and water but watches and warnings were posted because it took a while to analyze it quake in noah large zoo nami was unlikely alex stone abc news los angeles and the komo news time twelve twenty six now your political insights from abc news these are two hundred sixty six and the nays are joining the senate mending government shutdown with the president signing the threeweek temporary spending deal democrat nancy pelosi saying they aren't any closer to solving the impasse saying it not yet protect courageous young dreamers not only should we picked hack them we should embrace most republican kevin mccarthy says they will make a deal despite this political drama i remain eager to get back to the table and put this all behind this political insights from abc's andy field.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"I dunno blank i mean at that age you are they gonna last stages daylight yeah unappropriated there new york no mato's unspent my biggest ups my biggest thing too coming away from it and i'll i'll say in advance this may be to ernest or cheesy or whatever but by far this is a flick what i found to be a fact there was a ninety six year old woman named tammy she couldn't see very well she couldn't hear very well she was wheelchairbound her brain was totally intact she an incredible jokes sex jokes mainly imf i've a usual i'm forgetting them but great jokes and at five o'clock dinnertime maybe even four o'clock she would go from table to table and they used there were pretty gloomy tables you know wasn't like an exciting plan to be she would go around and tell sex jokes and so for even a moment a minute that table with all of a sudden lighten up and people would smile and she would do that every day usually for most meals and our best friend would wheeler around there was another guy named bill eighty one years old former marine who had a pretty bad dementia but physically very strong could walk around he every day at about twelve o'clock re would quote unquote escape the assisted living facility walk across the street to the dollar store and with five or six dollars he would by the the same type of candy and he would come back and he would go to tammy liby vernon and say you know you like skittles you like snickers you and give them to each one of the friends that he had there and so and then i realized which is really what i think not a documentary film makers like looking for patterns and i realized that this was a reoccurring thing where every resident whatever they had left in them they were using it to give back and i know that can sound assert cheesy but it's it was just that it was shocking to me help everyone would ever any anything they had in them was used to help someone else and so that struck me the other thing that i found which is where i wish.

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"ninety six year" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six year" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Five a thirty five year old montgomery county woman will spend the next five to ten years in prison for attacking her ninety six year old neighbor in his driveway for no apparent reason here's humidity suburban bureau chief shimon 35yearold old elizabeth floyd earlier this year was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault for her attack of her neighbour ninety six year old alford pain this was an unprovoked attack where she ran across the street she threw him to the ground and she continued to beat him causing him multiple substantial injuries including a broken hip prosecutor robert kalinski says those injuries caused pain staff at her trial floyd took the stand claim she was a hero as she saw floor fall and was trying to help him but at her sentencing she tearfully apologized opinions family saying she takes full responsibility for her actions prosecutor meghan carney she was not a hero she was the attacker and that's why we felt that the apology today was not sincere at the suburban bureau jim melwert kyw newsradio taiwan on six lacks could look at to find a partner throughout our wednesday afternoon mostly sunny skies and breezy conditions were wind gusts could reach around twenty miles an hour high temperatures today right around 84 degrees tonight says mostly clear and mild will drop down only to 70s above average night force to say the least on thursday we could go the second half of our work week with mostly sunny skies with a high of eighty seven or wrap the workweek up on friday for the first day of fall was mostly sunny skies and a high of 83 degrees and then our weekend is looking pretty sunny out there both saturday and sunday temperatures remained well above average though saturday were going to climb up to eighty five degrees and sunday will be climbing to eighty seven with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist map peterson on kyw newsradio cbs broadcast center scattered clouds temperatures holding steady at eighty five he will be his taiwan as them molly you don't want good places the.

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