32 Burst results for "Ninety Six Years"

Biden and Carter, Longtime Allies, Reconnect in Georgia

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Biden and Carter, Longtime Allies, Reconnect in Georgia

"President Biden is in Georgia peaches new spending plans and to visit an old friend Jimmy Carter had been to every presidential inauguration since he's owned in nineteen seventy seven but Mr this years because of the pandemic so the president when two planes for a private visit with the ninety six year old Carter America's longest living ex presidents then a freshman senator Joe Biden endorsed Carter in nineteen seventy six and blocking the democratic establishment Carter did not endorse a bite indoor anybody else in the twenty twenty primary Sager made Connie Washington

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How To Be Grateful When Everything Sucks With DaRa Williams

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:10 min | 1 year ago

How To Be Grateful When Everything Sucks With DaRa Williams

"Hello Dora first time on the PODCAST. Thanks for coming on. Appreciate it. Thank you, Dan. Yes it is. I'm really excited. You made time for the so thank you. You're welcome. You're welcome. You said something super interesting. What you said a bunch of super interesting things before we started rolling the first one I wanna, latch onto and. Bring back into your mind right now is use said you appreciate that we've been doing this focus on the? Four BRAHMA VIHARA during the election. And you said, I think there should be a fifth breath of Yarra, which is gratitude. And I love that and I want to know. Is gratitude possible when everything sucks. That's a good question. Is gratitude possible. Not only do I think it's possible but I think it's essential in order to navigate the sucky. You now. And when we think about gratitude, it doesn't have to be this big grand. But it could be something like I'm grateful I woke up with breath this morning you know and I'm not gonna down the whole political thing right now. But the breath is something we've all been very present to in these last five months in terms of how quickly it can be something other than available to us. Gratitude can be something as simple as waking up in the morning and really censoring oneself or really bit before this I do this even before my feet hit the ground like, thank you not to any body but. Just the expression of gratitude through my heart and mind that I'm here for another day, and then I do the listen and I hear my mom I live with my ninety six year old mom I hear her start moving around downstairs of bombs good. You know and then I hear my husband and then the cat jumps on the bed and we get a little morning greeting like those kinds of just day to day kind of small. But incrementally acknowledged opportunities for gratitude really helped to serve as a cloak or as a holding. To navigate all the other stuff that mostly all of us do from the time we start engaging with the world until the time we go to bed at night. So yeah. Yeah, and I also think maybe that aspects of gratitude are a natural kind of organic unfolding if one is engaged with Meta or loving kindness or Karuna compassion as its English word or Madisha. Sympathetic joy packer. Equanimity anyone are all those together we're in the practice of those at also Kinda fuels are strengthens this turning towards remembering. That we all have something to have gratitude about. So. That's kind of what just of showed up there in relationship to then and other thing of Abou- gratitude. Yes. Certainly these times are really off the charts and I'm a good one for saying you know. Throughout history, there's been off the chart times for groups of people at various different times but there's something about the coalescing where the coming together sn numerous. So many challenging and difficult things along with the kind of really. Challenge with. Moving away from all of that, creating the space from all of that sometimes, you may not be feel in love in your heart. Sometimes. You may not be feeling economists will like this. Sometimes, you may definitely may not be feeling joyful, but we always find something always find something that we can have gratitude for end. Every person every person I don't know if this podcast I'm sure it is probably heard outside of the United States as well. But if I'm speaking to the United States every person here including first nations people including the indigenous people of these lands. Come. From people where there were hard times. You know if you're a descendant or your ancestors are immigrants from someplace else you can bet they were hard times. You know certainly if you're African American or out of the African diaspora, you know that there were hard times and sometimes continue to be hard times and certainly if you are indigenous to this land, if you come from people who are indigenous this land from this, you also know that they were hard time. So hard times are not new it's not a new place to. Be is not a new happening in humankind, but fortunately for us beyond our ancestors needing to also just survive in those times you know like how food shelter have water all those kinds of things that's pretty much for many of us not all of us, but that's pretty much available to all of us. So even that is to be as stand under the shower like, Oh, I am so glad to have this shower hot water hits my back in the muscles start to relax. Gratitude.

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

Donna and Steve

00:49 sec | 1 year 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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"ninety six years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of KQED afternoon about housing is sitting in for day freemen five minutes now past high noon partly cloudy skies and sunshine some Chris chilly temperatures highs in the mid fifties today some upper fifties perhaps and then tonight we'll have a light rain and then a mix of clouds and sun again tomorrow rain is likely later on this week as well Wednesday we had a magnitude five point nine ten miles south of Indio supporter Rico at least three hundred people including lots of children are living in a tent city in the earthquake damage why India there's very little left of where they once lived one of the people I interviewed was an eighty year old woman the man school is outside of shelter in the southwest total final bloody county she was sitting in a white plastic chair next to our house was ninety six years old in a make shift bed next to her she kept trying to get a hold of the care for you know she can't find their doing well physically and they were trying to figure out if they can get to a hospital there's hundreds of people freaking out three cars they're terrified of another strong earthquake hurricane campaign it goes through this is the same with every time the ground shakes there's a lot of lot of and rightfully so a lot of concern in some points we kind of have to start over from ground zero you do have convergence between the Caribbean plate and the north American plate and the island is being squeezed in between the two of those plates at the same time which results in pressure build up and ultimately that pressure has to be released at some point I'm tending to Vega and this is the take away on Saturday morning a five point nine magnitude earthquake shook Porter Rico leaving behind a path of destruction along the island's southern coast that was reporting from the AP's Danica Coto the quake is just the latest seismic activity to rattle the island in recent weeks last Tuesday a six point four magnitude earthquake struck the same area killing one person and injuring nine others it was the most powerful earthquake to hit Porto Rico and more than a century and it knocked out electricity across most of the island and destroyed hundreds of homes as well as several schools and businesses in the weeks leading up to these powerful earthquakes more than two thousand smaller quakes occurred around the island after Tuesday's earthquake Porter Rican governor Wanda Vasquez estimated one hundred and ten million dollars in damages but that figure doesn't account for the heavy emotional and mental toll these earthquakes are having on the lives of Porter Ricans at the same time the island is also struggling to recover from the devastation of hurricane Maria and twenty seventeen as well as the political and economic turmoil that's rock the island over the past few years here with me now from Porta Rico is David back now lead national correspondent for CBS this morning they were.

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

Memphis Morning News

02:23 min | 2 years 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 years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Grammar I'm not a grammar **** but I I can't I can't like especially when I see a professionally painted sign a professional sign and it's got the apostrophe in the wrong place or or there's a misspelling in it I just want to run off and just correct it there is a guy in England who does this at night under cover of darkness he fixes grammatically incorrect signs on businesses really the really long Cisco long stick a roller and he takes out offensive apostrophes and things like that whole area and put them in with a black yeah it's it's it's hard it is horrible it is a bit disorienting if you're in your car and you're looking at a time like what I don't think that's not right to drive off the side of the road I will an organization called the apostrophe protection society is just give it up they they they've launched an eighteen year battle to rescue what they call the beleaguered punctuation mark from decades of misuse but their founder John it Richard it's a British group is said that there are two reasons why they are disbanding he said one is that I'm ninety six years old and cutting back on my commitments the second is that fewer organizations and individuals are now caring about the correct use of the apostrophe in the English language we and our many supporters worldwide have done our best but the ignorance and laziness present in modern times have one they found I was with him however Sunday founded an apostrophe protection society tried to just make people mildly wearer of grammar and what it did student work to nerds really started we bought them here by ten nerds on the mock them and we just wonder along in our ignorance think it yeah because they're sharks I mean it's one thing very leaders Vince why is that it's elitist because other nervous I X. nerds I agree with their core point but their enthusiasm is a little out of control they started a whole society with like he's he's started the group because he got tired of seeing the same mistakes over and over again and hope to find like a half dozen people who agree for the taking like tax exempt status of it again donations from people like how bout professional as the society they have now and keep locking on but I see it all the time how many different news sources do we read from and I'm convinced the journalistic standard now is running through spell check in if via and go with it I extra words and sentences sentences that I read that make no sense whatsoever because they're actually words they passed through spell check but the sentence makes zero sense whatsoever right and T. O. T. O. O. T. W. well yeah it's a crapshoot I know that I really don't she looked at me the look I just got from her was like all my gosh you didn't know I don't really do you not know me read these things and I I just I just saw I I got I I'm tired of saying this is this is grammatically incorrect because into quote unquote journalism in the United States does not to be right it just has to be fast so apostrophes in all capitals in and whether to put a was so there's an extra word in a sentence always I. T. apostrophe S. not I. T. S. even though it changes the entire meaning of the sentence who cares if the reader doesn't with me makes me crazy yeah I'm gonna take over the society for this guy your job is writing yeah you should take it over I should who cares I mean it doesn't exist anymore coming here big near are you are you know that you know what I you know I'm a Christmas present prices okay and can sing a Christmas present objectives SO we do we mock those who are you and he's right and he is much smarter than those for marking him great that's great he started entire society the apostrophe protection society and well I just went to a link that they had them before a link that shows misuses of of of of apostrophes from geographic markers to taxi signs which either met or improperly use the apostrophe yes like people who drop apostrophes anytime an **** and put goes to the end of a word there's like apostrophe yes we were we were we were we are getting close it was coffee and they had a little chalk board and they had an apostrophe S. for something so as I was standing in line I surreptitiously erase the apostrophe it didn't belong and it eats at my soul so I just like it's not that hard to understand that just erase the of what we call an Evelyn vandalism vandals I didn't make I've ever raced in improper purpose was for a good cause yes because otherwise the people there look stupid by the way this on fox last night Martha McCallum and Brian Kilmeade we're talking about this and they have an example here I guess the sign said no heavy trucks apostrophe S. take a lesson people today I'd let let's consider punctuation more concerned about and label if you show me another one for I don't know if this is what's wrong with America right now there's no answer no had no heavy rocks that's about something that's not there to make you sick yes in the beginning when he was in the south and when you have people start writing a letter from around the world now they stopped I know you said this is the kind of drives me insane when I see things like that I'm the article competition yeah more than I and I just got a text from our friend Anna who says I would join the apostrophe protection society by with Martha and may.

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"ninety six years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Six forty seven time right now second of December it cyber Monday probably getting all sorts email saying you got a bite today the deals are the best ever until the next deal mail lists they send out when using these these deals are even better than black about cyber Monday or when they send you the email that says we've decided to expand cyber Monday you and everybody else thanks for the thanks for their shocked stunned and amazed email though appreciate it when they say retailers aren't all that worried because they're getting so much online traffic you know along with the people coming in and and they've had with these let's face it they read the sales in the stores for weeks now before thanksgiving because they know people are gonna do this they were the one thing they say their own a problem with is there used to be like on Black Friday a lot of impulse shopping yeah he was all I got to get this so this looks great look it's on sale they're not getting a much as much of that now people are becoming more savvy that's what's going on there all right a society dedicated to preserving the correct use of the apostrophe all yes the upon the dreaded apostrophe you know when people say your in they spell it's Y. O. U. R. when they actually meaning you are I actually broke up with the guy over that no no I'm not kidding you I was so fed up with the text messages and like that though it the grammatical errors that were just taking place everywhere I ended at I buy I didn't blame it on that but in my mind I knew why I was doing final nail in the coffin yeah I mean your going to the store question mark while you all are what it's not that difficult or they they are they are they are there and they're they're they're they're I mean or two two one two two two in two yeah all my god he's screwed every single one of those up and I couldn't take it anymore I have to spend more time with our families thank you to spend more time with the grammar object right yes well you you'd be a you'd be a good person to join the apostrophe protection society started in two thousand one by retired journalist out of Great Britain he's now ninety six years old and he is now it's with regret I have to announce that after some eighteen years I've decided to close the apostrophe protracted protection society there are two reasons for this one is that I'm ninety six and cutting back on my commitments the second is that fewer organizations and individuals are not caring about the correct use of the apostrophe apostrophe in the English language he added we and our many supporters worldwide have done our best but the ignorance and laziness present in modern times have one he's given.

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"ninety six years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"William good morning Frank job possible solution to the problem of Ukraine is to make American military we played with irrelevant and I would suspect that we're is there there is a possibility of doing so by making Eastern Europe the former Warsaw Pact powers which are anti communist this contrast to the pro socialist western Europe make Eastern Europe into a new version of the Warsaw Pact which would be to an extent anti Russian and anti western European a very conservative political economic military alliance which would be strong enough to deter Russia but not when a powerful enough to to attack Russia act as stand that that would lead to possible long term political solution where and we could all get together to focus on the bigger far bigger problem to the south namely Iran and to the further east China well I I it's interesting idea I think the logistical difficulty is that several of these eastern European countries are now all NATO countries so I think yes Estonia for instance Montenegro I think it's I think it's tough once you're in NATO to say are you know with thrown you out of NATO and start your own group I think logistically it may be tougher I think the easier thing for America would be to just stop giving lethal aid to Ukraine and instead encouraging them to have direct bilateral talks with Russia thank you William eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine Viviana is in Brooklyn hello Viviana and I didn't get a chance I know it's real late congratulations on your wonderful wedding thank you I have only accept congradulations at anytime wanted to call to denounce governor Cuomo because he passed the bill in the dark of the night S. B. R. forty three forty seven prohibiting churches and non profits from endorsing or opposing political candidates how do you like that yeah outlook Andrew Cuomo every week it seems like he does something that's worthy of denunciation and in terms of that dark of night budget process where they cram all this stuff it's not related to the budget into a budget bill that is one of the most fundamental problems with the way Albany works and that that's not specifically unique to Andrew Cuomo but is a bill of that importance it should have been voted individually on its own merits I have all the legislators take a vote on that bill individually that would be my preference and the other thing that struck me crazy with the way Albany does business these days is all of the fundamental decisions about public policy in the state are being made by home they're being made by appointed unelected commissions who came up with the pay raise formula that state legislators are now enjoying wasn't the legislators themselves it was a commission who's going to come up with the congestion pricing structure stop the legislators it's an unelected commission who's coming up with the new campaign finance law this commission another commission we have government by unelected commission and that's to say nothing of the power that the public authorities in the state like the MTA have so eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine Glen is in queens hello going hello good morning Frank you know after World right after World War two you have a group of eastern European **** refugees many of them at ninety five and ninety six years old or sent back to Germany for well go to live out their last days in a comfy German prison but they were they raise families in the United States we were recruited by the state department to fight communism but they wore **** refugees in Eastern Europe and I think that gives the mind set to the state department that TNT Russia thing is so is part of that he after all the Ukrainians joined the **** and for the Russians and rounded up choose only in the big cities of Eastern Europe and then her they are welcomed well in nineteen at the end of the war they are welcomed and use them the CIA used in the in the what's the point and what should we do should we give them the aid or not given the no I don't think we shouldn't recognize Russia right that was a so we're in agreement on that one so thank you one eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine scam email here from German name Tom Lou subject might as well take off one more since this year your hearty trashed in spades your Guinness world record book eligibility for the feet of never ever missing a live show you might as well take off one more there's nothing worse than a taped talk show I don't think you'll be doing these Saturday nights Pacific time in California much longer so I need to start being weaned away from my reliance on Moreno in the mornings so good luck in your future endeavors well first of all I feel like that's a little bit I'm harsh so let's take a look at this year so I missed a show when I got married and when I went on my honeymoon and then I missed two shows when we were mandate what we what we we had a station trip to Italy so and it's for and then I don't know maybe I missed something else but I mean missing for five shows is not mean still pretty good by most talkshow standards and so I don't but that sounds like that's kind of reverse psychology somebody saying yeah I may as well take off it makes you want to not take off so we'll see eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine it would be nice to have a four day weekend with my wife which as I said we've never we've never had before and you again what we're doing billions now hoping we can watch episode I dealt with them an opportunity today but perhaps tomorrow goes with there's all these things I have to get pre approval if I want to watch something without her I have to make sure she doesn't want to watch it the guy have the Glenn close movie I think it's called the wife home I try to watch that but she has no interest in the joker or terminator so I could see both of those on my own but something like billions show the watcher together we can watch that together she watches the show new girl so like I don't care about that she can watch that on around may be you know well we we have to get that squared away from the get go eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine Patrick is in the boogie down Bronx hello Patrick right listen you could take off anytime you want for a given titled in your all knowing so even when you take all we know you're on the job a call congratulations to your wedding hope you have lots of kids lots and lots thank you that's very nice of you better thank you what would you what would you want to hear if I'm not here next week well all the guys good excellent just what that word we don't really miss anything on that station over the you guys on board and I just want to thank you guys which is good hi all right well that's very kind better thank you eight seven seven nine seven your turn two nine nine nine let's see if Tom in Westchester has a different view right you know one of the hardest working man in show business you should take the day off and I hope they have a mixture of a recorded interviews and TV is that and the other fellow so some some what light brightness to put in the best of my tennis in the other hello I like that I'm sorry now that's okay nobody does nobody I think you may I he's talking about Brian Sagan is actually terrific it told a very interesting story about me about his not being able to work a copy machine when I first met him so all right now seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine if you want to comment on anything that we're discussing when we return baby boomers our aging they're retiring.

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"ninety six years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The German turned red got very angry but put his gun down and walked away master sergeant admins save two hundred Jewish Americans soldiers that day so proud to be Jewish and so proud of our country Lauren thank you for being here today as we remember your grandfather's unbelievable and exceptional valor learn please stand up thank you very much one of the two hundred Jewish American soldiers who were saved that fateful day is staff sergeant Lester Tanner Lester is now ninety six years old and he joins us here boy you guys are looking very good ninety six well Sir you're really ninety six less trouble if you're looking good thank you very much thank you also for your very noble service and for sharing this incredible story with the world thank you very much Lester the men and women who have done our nation's uniforms are the bravest tough is strongest and most virtuous warriors ever to walk on earns you left your families and fought in faraway lands you came face to face with the evil and you did not.

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"ninety six years" Discussed on X96

X96

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on X96

"X. ninety six years one of the new songs from panic at the disco one of the crazies music videos out there if you don't believe me head over to watch it here's a look I made Utah's original alternative X. ninety six ninety six discover new music straight.

"ninety six years" Discussed on X96

X96

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on X96

"Thanks ninety six years the newest one from Green Day now I think we need to make more noise and social media let's send out smoke signals carrier pigeons whatever we have to do to get her fall out boy to bring their their hello your father of all X. ninety six is Utah's original alternative.

"ninety six years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is it and now we have here and my fear is that she got sick of wearing the I'm with stupid tee shirt everywhere you think so she's a really smart woman even agree with her politics I don't think I do but I'd but she's super smart and now I have got the impression that he's all that smart. New York here a couple years ago and Todd was there as well right now he's like the rugged good looking guy yeah sure right this is kind of like our dynamic actually rugged good looking guy smart woman oh okay I like that you spent like that something like that that makes you smart actually so there you go I mean obviously she was the vice presidential candidate in two thousand eight under John McCain then after that she kind of took off in conservative circles chair rice became a fox news contributor she then resigned as governor of Alaska because then at that point once you've tasted that sort of national exposure right now my don't run in this state type of thing and this some people thought maybe should run for president two thousand well but she was too polarizing she saw her overall she was super. talent what went well but one well yeah I'm just looking at the present we have no I just think that's hilarious he won though that's that's the difference I realize about dissing the fact that they would think she was pulled yeah I guess comparatively to what was going on then she was polarizing now she's a lamb a lamb you think yeah sweet little lamb it's old shoes. let's see Sarah Palin is probably I'm gonna say fifty seven are very good fifty five okay yeah so there you go now what do you think we did a story on this a couple years ago or a couple of weeks ago he should say that Alaska is the worst place to date online yes right because apparently when you want to go meet up with somebody at the downtown Juneau bar right since its dark all the time perhaps I could lead to bad things yeah well you know if you watch the Discovery Channel as much as I do yeah I'd a murder takes place in Alaska they have specific shows that are just about murder in Alaska really is everybody suffers when Sonya because it's in a light out all the time sometimes and they can't sleep so it'll start often people I think it's the opposite I think it's if you're murder you go there because there's such a vast landing great places to leave bodies as what it's it's really morbid but that's true centrist thing I wanna what dating app talents gonna use does she go with a date like Alaska date they probably one of those right I'm sure they do eHarmony twenty seven different compatibility factors a factories are now now I say Jaco for nice Jewish girl from Todd that could be good for her yeah farmer wants a wife that's the one you think so yeah that's a really good one that's a great one of the former one right it's done you think she remarries or gets into a serious relationship with somebody yes yeah she's not staying single now I can tell you in meeting interviewing her she would call my wife my wife is pregnant the time since ninety six years ago the two thousand thirteen and semi widespread you've had some kids you know getting advice forces got on the phone they talk about half that really knows about what yeah but she is in shape that I know yeah she won't have any problem finding somebody no I'm sorry but it shows me lined all women have somebody lined up just FY I wrote about this one to remember of the relationship columnist in Hoboken New Jersey I called this shingling it's like the roof you're already you're already on to the next relationship before you get rid of the other one it's almost like when you leave a job you already have another waiting yeah so you think she's already done that it's always somebody waiting in the wings even if it's nobody ever acted on but you know. someone's got a crush on you at any point if you ever single you can call upon them okay we're gonna keep an eye on this one go for not about it know she'll be as the kids say in boot it should be with a blue and watched it with a blue yes I have a blue okay yes in other words yeah gotcha like in love to be in boot gotcha by December meanwhile Cooper..

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"ninety six years" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The people you love to going to protest if you can write letters to the editor be kind to keep the suffering in your heart bear witness we are moving through tough scary times we are doing it correctly Jennison second letter yes this call also let me let you maybe she could meet you halfway in Fresno let's do that the bone convictions and cobbler there you go Fresno for cobbler in therapy and mama bones guest room and there is no Castro okay where do you see in my room number yes it looks like the forty year old virgin I don't see my little ponies a little super no it's it's it's no it's it's my room from the ninety six years a dandy your horse now but there's got to be a transformers poster I know really now I'm going up there what what what's taking place on the wall I've taken pictures of put them on Instagram yeah what's on the wall eight you're never going to mom's house you're never getting in or near my mom at your wedding because he seemed receptive the closest to my mom's house to sing it on the blink cameras I guess you're gonna see me on the blink ours does lovingly pressing her ponytail hundred times for men's alert she's played driving to work right now listening to this crap hi mom what's on your wall a rendering of the space shuttle really there some Mason articles for the school paper I wrote okay and I'm not going to see that they're they're making articles he wrote for the school paper regarding I don't remember any of the the controversy over replacing that cater tops with French fries no it was sports it was all about baseball stuff okay why do you have articles you were in high school on the walls of because he's a journalist it's not like I have a room filled with all these memorabilia of myself things have been gifted pictures of my idol and her daughters before even met them not listen these are that's a lovely thing behind me from a listener right they did this on Wall listener things or bad guy that owns the show gave me different sexy liberal you're in great that's what you are well through her veins this and now want to make us feel worse about trump psychosis Tom tweets trumps dimensions changing him he's worsening he's like seven Brundle from the why it can't be stopped from speed we're too dense to conceptualize how bad he will get continues the plans will be leap frog by the pace of his decline it will be the story trump is the frontal fly hope yourself you would help me help you such a short time ram almost up the door just in itself and can be seen case and resulting today stop in Fresno plans you do not know the address the cobbler eaten some nerd that is also really good info right there I have means of government exponent having junior hi over time sometime around no wrong school yeah I don't even know what school I went to yeah I was one of my real name no one not I have all you can for the trouble okay you know what I'll go toe to toe with your high school photos all around you I could do world producer member I from your book no did you ever see him I looks like a basically roller it was the style at the time everyone wore their car look like I look like an argument how many eyebrows like somewhere between Meryl and did you have to or just one eyebrow one I didn't know they knew you would have to which knows I was it all right ninety first you can I'm immune to her top of an armadillo.

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"ninety six years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"One of the ten o'clock hour can we do something to me yes and then Jordan on a quick errand so the handoff is starting right now so Melissa and I seen that once a week they do the handoff on Facebook live service in the newsroom or they're in different locations sometimes chatting about a couple of things and they do a Facebook live the lancer some questions so it's going on right now as we speak because when I was just walking out of their their firing at about and I know that there's some banana bread that you brought Steve yes ma'am I've made by my friend Carol not my way it is in the newsroom right now there's some great banana bread I just had so I mean Jordan was asking about maybe grabbing a piece I think you should run that has all its so we can all see you in the background I don't feel that just sneak in there and get some banana bread skews me do it so it would be great all right okay so do you remember this story about this this Rockies fan or he was out there he was at course field anyway and he threw a ninety six on the radar gun which is a very fast okay says he was in a similar park if you ever done this Jordan River thrown the ball at Miller park and on the radar I've done I sixty three one right I was brutal they can hurt you forty mile per hour fastball yeah not a lot of the apartment I've done a bunch of places and I I told I hurt my shoulder I never it never felt the same after that well there is this guy who is in cores field and he threw in ninety six and you can see it like his brother posted it on Instagram around Twitter or whatever and he's like he throws for five different balls any hits ninety six on the radar gun which is pretty incredible and then there's this update that he signed with the eighties and I remember laughing about it just because of like well yeah but when he was throwing ninety six years like taking five right don't line and throwing it so yes cool that you had a ninety six on there but also mmhm wasn't sure about the form well anyway he signs with the eighties and last night he had his minor league debut and he did phenomenally he struck out all three batters that he faced rookie level Arizona league with the ETS and he struck out all three batters that's pretty incredible though because it's not just about speed of publication and he struck out these guys yeah I got it you don't just happen to be noticed throwing a pitch that one of these rare things he never has to pitch again you know why because he could sell this story to Disney and boom it'll be a movie after he got into a car crash at one point he used to play high school ball but then stopped you know there's an accident involving there that he happens to be at course field with his brother signs with the ETS and now either I mean this could be the culmination of the movie this is the third act right here it's a fairytale his name is Nathan Patterson Nathan Patterson struck out the side in minor league debut that's pretty impressive and you wonder how many here's a question for both you guys how many people walking around just walking around living her life maybe go on a baseball game maybe not could actually competes they don't even know they're good enough but the cash compete at at that level could throw ninety six in baseball but Vince poly for the eagles try out it was here are ten or something so yeah his name by the way so there are some folks that just have natural ability there's always those people that for whatever reason circumstances in the line they don't going to that route they don't go to play college football or basketball whatever they do something else they have the potential right so this is one of those stories yes I love it cheers to Nathan pattern yeah congradulations we'll see how he does in the second game yeah the other recovery goes yeah and and again throwing ninety six my son in law Cory was a picture of the twins organization he throws ninety five and he's not in baseball anymore but that's incredibly fast the average guy picks of a baseball could maybe throat sixty that one of these things and little kids not even half fast would you say you have like forty which you know as a subtle change of energy here that's probably what I can do I it's harder than you think especially the Akron and congrats to make comparisons I'm just as an incredible story and I agree with that will be a movie so Jordan now when you get up and go into the Facebook live hand off with Melissa Jane you can tell them a little bit about this story as well while you get your banana just start talking you please do it right call now and do it all right you guys have to hit the brakes done I'll break are lots of talk about eleven o'clock hour mark Morial joins me on on every Tuesday at eleven o'clock and technology no surprise gonna be some of our conversation Martin got something that I use the first person that got one he's apple credit cards and tell us about that experience he's got a great serve you log out there it shows the whole process of unwrapping this thing in any great conversational Levin thirty five will ease sports ever outpace real sports and there's some people think it might also some some people say that's never gonna happen traditional sports are just too strong when he gets all that eleven o'clock hour lots to get to yet still an article before heading off to Jeff Wagner who is back today that's all coming up right here WTMJ issue.

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"ninety six years" Discussed on X96

X96

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on X96

"X. ninety six years the newest one from panic at the disco every time I watch this music video I get excited and I love it and I also wonder how can I make myself into a you can do it why can't search anyway here's a look I made it X. ninety six Utah's original alternate the American American six new music here's a.

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"ninety six years" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"When we gonna Evelyn that you are on the Ben Ferguson show thanks for waiting high well hi Evelyn how are you hi how are you I just want to reiterate on what I just heard I am a child survivor of Holocaust parents my mother is still alive she's ninety six years old she is the real deal sure her entire family was wiped out in the gas chambers I'm for them to be have the nerve and it's true what the previous gentleman sat it is an insult and disrespect to the true Holocaust survivors because they don't I suppose we understand history they weren't there my family's entire family right now it's in the showers that we're supposed to be showers and then a little gas they were gassed to death the little children the older people and then people experiments the torture the brutality there's no words for it and I am and I am the living proof because my mother is ninety six and she is the real deal and for somebody to compare I don't know what's going on on the border I don't claim that I know but I do know that the compare what's going on to a concentration camp is complete ignorance disrespect to the true Holocaust survivors it's just totally infuriating and painful to hear because I know the pain that my family and many families went to and then your concentration camps in the in the era of the **** because I am not a living and breathing with my family as we speak that's how I want to say thanks let me ask you one other question if you don't mind real quick you know you you see people I care C. do this and you know your parents struggle right yeah in in you see what they went through don't you believe that it Democrats should call out their own party when people in their party do this I don't I absolutely do I I'm just flabbergasted I I I don't even know what to say it's a it's a terrible thing it's really I don't even have words because it's it's just such a big difference like I said it's such such disrespect even compare even your allies that word so like me and about the concentration camp because nobody except the people that live through it now the horrors of what really went to and yes it should never ever ever ever happen again and and and and if anybody in the entire world yes I do agree with you it's just really sad and I appreciate it thank you great to talk to you and tell your parents god bless bye well thank you so much for your show thank you one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two Hey if you're a conservative and you want to make sure that you and your values are represented in Washington.

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"ninety six years" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Can we have not come to the you can't see it this is just a political common I want to do it how can you looking at my face telling me they did cancel we have in the south how to concentration camps what you are doing to you IT is something every victim of the Holocaust she's she was so it must be a purpose a reason why would you say if you want to be popular is that happening and I need to know the people don't talk to me but concentration camps is Kim was poses that do you then I went to Auschwitz then I went to my toes and then it went to who's every ten Jews night were killed I was looking I still don't have it on my own nobody can deny I'm not the only a local survivor I was in the labor camp what happened is I was subjected to medical experiments and later on a German woman saved my life when came the states that that was dying of starvation think about it I lived in Britain living wake up in the morning in the city please god let me see the light the next day our hood we have three looked up at the sky is to tell me they can they go I can't to medic I went through it I knew what the and by doing that it took away my you sent that to the be the best that they can be I yes you've got to go here in the United States I'm finished with those words America send the kids to school make sure they have education is still the best company in the world and your life we have not come to three you can see it visual thank you when we go to Evelyn you are on the Ben Ferguson show thanks for waiting high well hi Evelyn how are you hi how are you I just want to reiterate on what I just heard I am a child survivor of Holocaust parents my mother is still alive she's ninety six years old she is the real deal sure her entire family was wiped out in the gas chambers I'm for them to be have the nerve and it's true what the previous gentleman set it is an insult and disrespect to the true Holocaust survivors because they don't like supposedly understand history they weren't there my family's entire family right out in the showers that we're supposed to be showers and then a little gas they were gassed to death the little children the older people and I love people the experiments the torture the brutality there's no words for it and I am and I am the living proof because my mother is ninety six and she is the real deal and for somebody to compare you know I don't know what's going on on the border I don't claim that I know but I do know that the compare what's going on to a concentration camp is complete ignorance disrespect to the true Holocaust survivors it's just totally infuriating and painful to hear because I know the pain that my family and many families went to end of your concentration camps in the in the era of the **** because I am a living and breathing with my family as we speak that's how I want to say thanks let me ask you one other question if you don't mind real quick you know you you see people I care C. do this and you know your parents struggle right yeah in in you see what they went through don't you believe that it Democrats should call out their own party when people in their party do this I don't I absolutely do I I'm just flabbergasted I I I don't even know what to say it's a it's a terrible thing it's really I don't even have words because it's just such an event like I said it's such such disrespect even compare even utilize that word so like me and about the concentration camp because nobody except the people that lived through it now the horrors of what really went to and yes it should never ever ever ever happen again and if anybody in the entire world so yes I do agree with you it's just really sad and I appreciate it thank you great to talk to you and tell your parents god bless I will thank you so much for your show thank you one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two Hey if you're a conservative and you want to make sure that you and your values are represented in Washington I guess.

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WarnerMedia names Ann Sarnoff as CEO of Warner Bros

Ethan Bearman

00:23 sec | 2 years 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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World War II veterans return to Normandy for 75th D-Day anniversary

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:55 min | 2 years 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 years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" 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 | 2 years 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 | 2 years 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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"ninety six years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"TV just messed up. And then the rest of the cast couldn't keep a straight face. Great. It was great. And then you get into the jeffersons. The Jefferson is episode in. According to the reports, a head of time Justyna Machado was supposed to play Florence, what the last second, a special perform our special appearance by Marla Gibbs the original Florence. It you could tell the audience was just floored by that. Because the applause was just it was deafening. Yeah. So she did a great job. I it was it was it was good. But I still don't understand why we did it. Because Jimmy Kimmel could you know, in, you know, you know, Norman Lear ninety six years old, and he was there, and it was kind of cool, the concept. But I'm still afterwards going. Whoa. Why, why don't we just do this? But it was it was entertaining. I didn't didn't hate. It was just a one time thing. That's what I was talking with Charlie before the show about that. And I said, you know, this is going to be a one time thing, and he goes to God. I hope so. It was it was not bad. But it was it was strange because there wasn't a a basketball game. So I had to find something to do exactly. So maybe the ratings will be there to justify more of these, but in another highlight was very beginning of the show, because Mercer toy Mersa toe library. Yeah. Versatile may played Edith in watching her. And she had to mannerisms downs the movements the walking everything. And of course they had to do the theme song..

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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 | 2 years 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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"ninety six years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Life. Oh. No matter what the. Gone with it. Honestly, pretty good advice. Yeah. Yeah. I've heard you say to reports in the media many times that you were born on Mars, and I want you to tell me a little about that. But that. Where people would add you. How old are you? Right. Yeah. I. Wrong. I would like to know. Doubt alert. So what do you think is his deal? Well, the question Mark is eccentric, you know. He has a lot of far out cosmic theories about life and the universe and his place in it really passionate about his music is really passionate about not liking Michael Jackson. We talked about that for a long time. Really? Yeah. But in the end, I think question Mark is just question, Mark. He's just very unapologetically himself. You are. Doesn't make any difference. What about the whole not liking the word Latino thing? Did you guys talk about that? Yes. And it actually wasn't what I expected at all. It wasn't that he didn't wanna identifies which is what market Ed or thought. It's actually that he thinks terms like Latino or you don't actually make people more accepted or improve their situation. And that's why he's against them. Mike created created. We. You have to prove anything to anybody. Why it anyway? What we got? And we have many things to offer. That's a really honestly really profound thing to say. So what does he been up to since ninety six years? I mean, it's been a while. So yeah, I mean, apparently he's been playing and recording. He's also written books and screenplays. He says he's working on a new album, but he's very up front that he is completely and absolutely broke. He does live on a farm, and he actually grows his own food, and he raises his own beef. That's actually extremely extremely punk rock. So I can I can see that. Yeah. Exactly. So you want about question, Mark. But he's never sold out. You know, and he wouldn't change who he is for the world. And so I actually think it's pretty fitting that he'd be considered the first punk..

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

Brett Winterble

00:18 sec | 2 years 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 years" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"ninety six years" Discussed on KCRW

"That's what I wanted to know. Thanks very much. Council member mccune introduced into our discourse tonight, the board arbitrary that. I just want you that the decision of this council tonight will not be arbitrary. We have an ordinance we have findings. We will not arbitrary in our decision making. But the fact that you brought up that you're here to represent the building begs the question, what does the owner see as the future of this building? I don't think there are any. Mr-leinen is here and her son is here, and we'll we'll miss miss Lennon is odd is ninety six years old. She is hear about her son is going to speak on her behalf, and he's one of the speakers listed, so they can't speak more to the plans from what I know is that there's no immediate plans to do anything to the property, but some points, you know, they're doing multifamily and adding some affordable housing units to the area would be would be something to consider. I can't I can't I can't I can't say that you can ask the propaganda. That would be a whole separate process under a law before the landmarks commission on that because this buildings definitely over forty years old. But I asked the question not because it will affect the decision. We're making tonight because I'm just curious what the people who own this property are thinking that they wouldn't want the benefit of the mills act and the other advantages that come with being partners district. I think you know, there's different property owners have different views on whether that's a benefit or not. Yes, there are tax incentives under the Nells act. There's there's also an issues such as not being able to do upgrades to your home for energy efficiency, not be able to install double pane windows. Those types of issues also way on individual property owners in considering whether the historic designation is actually a benefit to them. Rental properties understand. So would the owner be wanting to put in solar on behalf of the renter? May not get done. Here for forty three years and who's to say that it's always gonna be a rental property. So again, once again, the owner is here and can speak on on their own behalf. Again, the fact that you talked about other options of the properties raise the question that I can assure you that is not before us tonight was before tonight is for district is appropriate and our decision will be but arbitrary I guarantee you. Thanks. Thank you very much. Our next speaker,.

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Security camps out ahead of royal wedding

News, Traffic and Weather

02:30 min | 3 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 | 3 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 | 3 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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Explainer: What is known, and not known, about poisoning of ex-spy in Britain

Paul Ross Full Set Breakfast

02:31 min | 3 years ago

Explainer: What is known, and not known, about poisoning of ex-spy in Britain

"The nation's headlines now patiently waiting sandy oh radio our headlines good morning and there's been another fatal stabbing in london with the rate in england wales nowadays highest in more than seven years the latest victim was attacked last night in hackney this local woman's been telling us it's very worrying maybe think twice about him walking around at night or personal safety has been affected russia's demanding a meeting with the un security council tonight over the salisbury spy poisoning yesterday lost a bit to hold a joint investigation with britain at a meeting of international chemical weapons experts facebook sponsors admitted he made a huge mistake in failing to recognize cowl responsible the site should be the companies admitted as many as eighty seven million people might have had their data access by british firm cambridge analytica far more than the fifty million initially thought primarily clumps will hold a moment's applause ahead of their games this weekend in memory of ray wilkins he passed away yesterday at the age of sixty one talk sports in abraham's is at stanford bridge the permanently flag is half mast on the west stand those who played with an underrated wilkins pay tribute to england's fourteenth most capped international today the fans are which ray was one are expected to continue lang scarfs and files so the cubs much love former player captain and manager more importantly ambassador of the club and football did you combat embrace recovering in hospital this morning after his hip surgery buckingham palace says the ninety six year old is comfortable and in good spirits and the second seven crossings being renamed after prince charles to mark his seventieth birthday year the bridge which crosses the revenue bristol will be given its new name at a special ceremony the weather offer clear and fresh start with a bit of frost hanging around then mostly dry today some long sunny spells just a few showers in the north he's the righteous reporter who's got his finger on the pulse of uk politics should be scrutinized more closely with joan mickelson's sunday afternoon from four join the stout speaking with a triple lock manifesto to bring you the big stories from westminster a set to tony journeying crush the weeks political landscape debating all the pressing issues i'll be presiding over foss paced political debate from budget comes balance toback dentist early reinforce radio dispatch well read my lips three line whip to listen to the wage with joan nicholson toeing the party line sunday afternoon from four.

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Youth baseball league in Ohio raffling off AR-15, other guns for fundraiser

WDRC

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Youth baseball league in Ohio raffling off AR-15, other guns for fundraiser

"A jury deadlock last year colonel scott fox news wasn't three weeks of sacramento police officer shot and killed an unarmed black man there's no sign the community's anger is waiting that spilled over into the city council meeting tuesday night your officers murdered stefan in cold blood your officers let him bleed out twenty two people have been killed by sacremento area law enforcement the last three years many of them armed most definitely disproportionately black trina allen stefan clark's family calling for tougher restrictions on what officers should be allowed to fire their gods recent shootings and gun protests notwithstanding and ohio youth baseball league is raffling off at a are they are fifteen semi automatic rifle and several other guns for a fundraising event the east canton youth baseball association's raffled will include a bolt action hunting rifle a twelve gauge shotgun and a handgun it's the fifth year the league is held a gun raffle to reduce player registration fees the league's president says these are not required to sell raffle tickets if they disagree with the ravel prince philip admitted to a hospital in london for hips kurt surgery scheduled for the morning buckingham palace says the ninety six year old prince has been largely.

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