35 Burst results for "Ninety Three Years"

"ninety three years" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"She's not start inner. She saw tree kobe. He must have been on ninety. Four something for you covered and she was ninety three years old. She just joined hundred weekend and she took up running off to open heart surgery age. Eighty five and you just think that's incredible. I never could have imagined that happening. And that was just this weekend in jamaica guest when she on the show they think ninety-three is join the club to cut running eight eighty five after open surgery. Yeah i mean wonderful so you know hundreds of those which is great. Let's stick with stick with running as we we close into a here. You're doing american. How's it going as age going out. Say it's going really well mean it's a. It's a different experience training. I'm trying harder possibly can. Which isn't the same training hottest possibly can pre kids responsible job when you're ten years younger so that's been a little bit but shock i'm doing the fitting room. Douglas fifty five to seventy miles per week week schedule. Yes fifty five miles a week. Yes i'm averaging about sixty a week a think and this is week four weeks after this week so that means this week. Thirteen or something. I think facing week fourteen this week. Fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen this week fourteen of eighteen. So it's gone of enjoyed the. It's a big commitment. I should have done it during lockdown. When when i wasn't like commuting to london things I did lead half marathon on a week ago last sunday. Did it hard as i could. It was quite muslim. Star hung out afterwards with mike tomlinson and it was lovely. See mike then spent some time a few times. I met up with mike and the last year and a half trying to him about the concerns..

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Double Toasted

"That is not herb. Oh yeah okay. Yeah he's he's got the fever chic- oh he does he. Does he still want to torture her. Because i think they're gonna live yes he want to torture. Because there's a point where he tells the pain is going to be exquisite. That's a. That's a clive barker thing. You know a bites in hellraiser for my word saw this all got their move your away. Yeah man See here yeah. That's the only thing different in there. So i don't know it was. I was still trying to put together. But i see what you're saying like. He probably saw so far. So i only saw the hook. Maybe thought like candy. Manson we believe candyman real. Yeah i love scene when the the the one woman the janitor or whoever she was maintenance woman is talking to virginia and say hey you told me i'll tell you she knows all about it and i want them comes in and tells you look at our friend like why you drag me. Yes and yeah no. Yeah no no. They're saying that that's a good thing actress to think she was in blacula really. Yeah yeah See it all circles back interesting things about the movie though before we wrap it up unless you guys want to add some to no overall i also love the the the ending of the film because she becomes the the next urban legend. Well i think that's what he wants what he wanted that's why he wanted her to go. He wins he he wanted. He wanted to torture her. They wanted to get revenge on her. He want to get her back and he wanted her to be part of the legend in order for her to be part of the legend. She has to go to the same someone in suffrage that he does. So you know. That's something interesting about this movie. They make another. And this is something that kevin. Kevin keying our producer. Extraordinaire sent to us. And it's something that i noticed in the movie. I notice that those were real bees. Yeah leads was wondering about that. those are real bs. I mean no. Cg back then well you had guests. Drastic part non address book with not even. That was ninety three years later. Three so no. Cg was going on and man the the practical effectiveness you know. The gore's real cool. I liked going when is used effectively. But i was more impressed by those bs. Because it's one thing to put some you know. Cover people a in their body this to put them in his mouth. Yeah there's There was how they did that. He wore like a blocker so they wouldn't go down his throat and he was coded or is on his face. Its entire body. Basically and is close. A queen bee fair amount. So they wouldn't sting him. They still stunned no matter what. But and what. A special clause work this out on his contract. He said every time. I was stunned. If i get stung thousand.

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"ninety three years" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

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"ninety three years" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

How Do We Fix It?

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on How Do We Fix It?

"They give you a t tiny tiny tiny dose of the flu to help your body figure out how to fight it off. And that's not what they do with kobe. They're not injecting you with any vaccine at all. They're just teaching your body how to build up a fight against it if it runs into it so talking about what happens with the vaccine how the vaccine was developed and. I believe that my family knows that. I love and respect them and that i'm not going to tell them something that is harmful to them. Have you had cases of covert in your family. Your immediate circle yes. My ninety three year old aunt died last year from cogan. I've had someone in median household with kobe. So yes it. I don't know anybody who hasn't been touched in some way by this virus. Dr renita julian thank you for joining us on. How do we fix it. Thank you. I hope i was helpful. You sure were. This has been great much. Appreciated dr renita jillian of the rush university college of nursing in chicago next before our conversation. It's our recommendation him. You have something. I don't know what it is. Yeah i think this might be a surprise for you and maybe for some of our listeners. To i'm actually reading a book by rachel maddow along with author michael yar vets that i really like and as you can imagine My political world doesn't always mesh perfectly with rachel maddow's but good reporting is good reporting good stories. A good story and the book is called bag man. The wild crimes audacious cover up and spectacular downfall of a brazen crook in the white house. And it's a story of nixon's vice. President spiro agnew. The former governor of maryland who was just a spectacular kind of league just spectacularly corrupt politician like many of his predecessors and and followers in that state who was literally receiving envelopes of cash as governor and then even in the white house and it's about the group of prosecutors who brought him down and how the attorney general under nixon elliot. Richardson actually refuse to shut this investigation. Down in let these federal prosecutors do their work of investigating this person even though he was the vice president of the united states but notwithstanding it's just a really interesting part of our history that's often overlooked in the shadow of the watergate scandal. Which of course was much more significant a surprising recommendation but nevertheless a good one by the sound of it. Thanks jim coming up next our conversation..

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

Tipsy Tales

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Tipsy Tales

"Also thought curly. You're supporting thought that randy was not alone in the commission. Oh my god yeah. They didn't think says no. Oh they didn't think that round was led the because they thought it was really weird that they searched out whole property right in thirty five days. They did not see that one area and then all of a sudden it's like oh look she's right here like playing his day They just thought that was really weird. The theory is he had somebody working with him while. He's being detained. They're moving her around and then eventually they bury her put her there and boom. We found her so anyway. Many believe he was passing the children around to his friends in an underground network of homeless and mentally disabled people. Living in the tunnel system of the former willowbrook state school gross in two thousand four ran was again brought to trial this time. He was charged with kidnapping Holly hughes twenty three years earlier there's no statute of limitations in new york for first degree kidnapping which made this charge possible. A jury convicted rand of the kidnapping in october. Two thousand four and he was sentenced to another consecutive twenty five years to life imprisonment. He will become eligible for parole in twenty thirty seven. He will be ninety three years old. What the hell. Now listen ninety. Three years old. He'll be ninety three and let me just tell you so the only reason this came up this holly thing i believe he. They didn't want him released. He was up for parole and they were like no who carleen. They were like fuck. No we gotta like. Hey what about the holly. And his case. I mean we can get him on that right. There's statue and so that hold them for another twenty five years to life and thus debt kinda fucked up. Yeah it is anyway according to rand sister okay. So they went. They interviewed a whole bunch of people that knew him. They find this woman who's his sister. She psych listen. I don't know him. He only contacts me when he wanted something. I know nothing about and she makes it very clear that her and her brother never had suffered..

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Monday Morning Critic Podcast

"I couldn't sign a contract immediately within the year by the nba at rules and option softer optima going backyard. Basically i was out of that contract so after the we did have agreements that i'm gonna be back but the offer from the talian team was believing than times bigger. And when you are a kid when you don't have anything in think about your future. Sorry the couples in in italy. But still you know. I made by my my race through the could be better coming immediately. You never know maybe you know definitely learn some more playing larry. Him kevin Yes yes selfishly as the celtics fan. I would've loved to see you with bird. Mikhail johnson But you know There's no regrets your career. because it's so prolific. So let me ask. You finally joined the celtics in ninety three two weeks later. It's like every time you're about to get going. Something happens and obviously the tragedy with len bias being. It affects boston in general in people. That love the reggie lewis was just such an icon of. Do you remember that time in your life clearly ninety three years. You're about to get going. Reggie pass. I think like two two and a half weeks after you finally get there so it's kind of like this everything going on at once. Eighteen oh yeah it was. It was very sad for me but still is much easier for me than other people. Because i haven't really met him. And i i he was just a you know a newspaper person to me and I can. I can imagine how how bad it was for the people who he played for or he play with for a number of years. How much of the shot that That was for me was You know opportunity to maybe a fight for the championship or something like this. I'm doing much higher than than we did. Without these guys but zeno life is hard sometimes and you have to accept things the way they are. Because you don't want to waste your energy on things that you cannot change so unfortunately you know those things you cannot do anything about. You can only work on your cell phone your team when improvements on games. But that's what i did. I tried to do my best. I really did everything in my power to regrets in my my My eventual bad decisions. I today for the name of one nightclub in bustling or or bought something. And give me a zillion money. I have no idea because there i. I wasn the mission in boston. Breakfasts eat sleep breakthrough. Seeds leave blaze. Leave that's forty years later. And for those of you end up playing with d brown who you're very close to robert parish rick on let me ask you this. You you've been a win european were marvelous. Your stats in. Europe are fantastic. You've been a winner all your life and you come to the celtics teams. That i don't wanna say are rebuilding but are not as good as they were you know. Not because of you've by any means. Is that tough to be a winner of all those championships in europe. All those accolades and then come to the celtics. Kind of it's it's a bit of a struggle for those teams to win. Was that tough on. You definitely definitely. That was the toughest thing for me. Death was basically the whining one of the reasons that i went back. Because i'm i was used to winning reading winning an older southern you find themselves in a situation that looks pretty promising and them with the death of reggie you know everything kind of went down to drain and we for the playoffs for three or four years. That are really down. The last the last few weeks of the season two years. We didn't make it one year. We did but the no. It was really really hard to accept last year. The situation developing a completely different way were it was obviously that we are looking at the future towards rebuilding and looking at the team duncan possibility and i had a knee surgery of episode Fell down because of the change of management The coachee stuff. You know the story. Yeah yeah many people were not really thrilled with reputational for lots of reasons. But that's i guess that's a story for a different time. Let me ask you for four years as a celtic. I feel like you're as beloved as many of the celtics that played for ten years. Fifteen years i always feel like we talk celtics basketball with people. I know i feel like your name is one of the first out of their mouth. I mean it's amazing four years yet. But it's like i feel like you you've been a of celtics culture for forever. Pete your your beloved by celtics fans you know. What's when i land in boston tonight. Being the most every every every year about the last one because of this stupid virus. Everytime i land in boston I have a smile on my face. It's not something that you can. You know or non when it's minor it's just because i i love this city i really really very much and Now we on the radio so you can see by the have goosebumps just because of where we are talking about us. Yeah i always play on a regardless of the liberal. I'm playing against. who am i playing. I always love in every team. I play for in my life when i come back to the city People appreciate me. And that's one one thing that i always wanted. When i leave the city. I wanted to look. The guy was begging me. He's is not look down to the floor. That was my goal always and That's why i think you know boston. You know crowd is educated wise crowd. They know they've seen the best. They seem you know how much bay seen bill russell does seem alive and they they just the basketball and they you can fade them now. That's why i think that the day appreciate me. And the whenever i come to boston i have so many people come to me will coming back in the whether do hero and i have so many friends. There is still in contact with general a second father to me and i love him with all my heart. Many people in boston. When i come i always have lunch or dinner. With with.

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"ninety three years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Two five. Alex is in cleveland. High how are you. I'm good guys. Get to talk to you you to what's up so i am twenty two years old. I just graduated from michigan state With a mechanical engineering degree. I am a contract engineer right now. So i i travel a lot My question for you guys is i. I've got a girlfriend back at home if she's still in school but I'm i'm trying to save up for house for us and our marriage And i'm wondering how to balance a relationship with her while also Always traveling and always trying to save up for the next goal. And i feel like i'm At some point. Just doing one. More than i'm i'm focusing on the other one and so i'm i guess how do i put put my life in the balance where Enjoying my time with her and seeing her. And should i move home Homes find a closer job My home is technically out of grand rapids michigan. And you're in cleveland ohio and you travel. What kind of range do you travel So i i'm on my way to york Shop better service station to talk to you. Guys but I traveled to pennsylvania. I've traveled to kansas city So three or four hundred mile radius all over three or four hundred mile route. Yeah yeah all right and you make what i make a hundred and sixty thousand dollars a year and how long you been out of school doing this Since january okay. Wow that's not bad. So man you're twenty two years old. And what i would tell most twenty. Two year olds who are not married or untethered is to hit the gas on their career. This is the time you can stack up and do really great. And they're so much technology that you can stay connected to each other right now. That even i didn't have when i was young and trying to figure this thing out. The question is whether is this going to be seasonal for you. Is this gonna be the rest of your life. And that's the hard question you have to ask. And then the other question is it. Sounds like you took this job. And you're making unbelievable money for a twenty two year old and you're starting out like it am i. Am i hearing that right. Yeah i i. I love the money I i i oughta be. Sometimes they don't want to be close to being on the road today. That's right yeah. And i don't want you to do. I don't want you to use your girlfriend or your relationship to your girlfriend as the reason to cash out on this job if you realize. I'm on the road all the time. And it's not good for me is not good the life i wanna live. Then i want you to own that decision because otherwise you're going to run into money. Challenge down the road. You're gonna run into relationship issues down the road and then you're gonna start resenting. Her for that really isn't her fault. You don't like the job you don't like the job right. And it's a million billion dollars for a twenty two year old Be at the road sucks. And it's killing the killing. You gotta do something else. So i'll how old how old is she. What is she in school. Yeah she's studying to be an elementary teacher. One graduate win yes. She's got a year left and then should do an unpaid year Through internships job-site. Okay does this job. How your says contract or does it have an end. Your you cut cut cut out. try again it's contract. Do you have an end on your job. No they keep extending the contract which is fine by me How long does contracts run about as good as yourself all right so what. I what i would say is for one hundred sixty thousand dollars a year. If you want you can buy a lot airline tickets and you know you fly over there and so you're on weekends or whatever and you can work this out. You're making plenty of money. Spent some money on travel. Spend some money on connectivity. And then just set a date certain because you're not gonna do this for ten years instead of date certain. Are you gonna do this until she graduation gets through her one year or just until she graduates. When are we getting married and you start setting in your mind anyway and you start going okay. I i can endure this for two years in pile up a huge pala cash or i can do endure this until christmas or can enter this until whatever i think the i think the idea that it projects indefinitely into the future is part of. What's driving you nuts. But in the road is hard right. The road is hard. It is not travel is only glamorous for people that don't do it and it's just not it's just you know it's just hotels and yeah and if he's flying it's even worse because you gotta deal with the dad gum airport people so i like the idea of coming up with a dollar amount. Here's what i'd like to have. That's not bad. And i also like this idea a date certain or a dollar certain and then i'm out and i'm going to use this as an opportunity to learn from all these different at all these different. Now use this as graduate school managed and if you approach it with that heart and spirit. I'm gonna work my butt off to make this kind of money. And i'm gonna learn what i like about this guy then you can set yourself up to what you wanna do but if you just look at it as misery or if you blame her slash you can courage her man. You're just yourself up to quit this with my girlfriend. Oh bull crap you quit it because you hated your job like the job. Oh man that's what he's saying. I blame your girlfriend show. Yeah i but. I think you've got a two year window something like that and And i liked. Hey i like to see twenty. Two year olds grinding. I really do. Yeah it's awesome. There's no and making that kind of bank schuler short period of time and again so spent get get a date or dollar certain. Figure out what you're gonna do when you leave this job and Thirdly allocate some money for travel for to see her or heard c. and Bostrom airline tickets or whatever. It is and You land this plane no pun intended with one hundred thousand dollars in cash and a bank or more one hundred thousand right when she finishes up her internship. And then y'all can pretty much do what you wanna do more because they're probably covering the road cost to greg's in raleigh north carolina. Hey greg welcomed the ramsey show. They how are you sir. Better than i deserve. How can i help I've got a question for you My mother is ninety three years old Just had to put her into assisted living a few months ago and we tried the homecare option and got to the point where she was twenty. Four hour chair She's in a good place. My father was you know he passed and he was very smart with money. He did the long term care insurance. That's helped a lot My question is aside from visiting her and trying to make the best quality of life for her what to do with our home She's bought a page. You gotta pay for home about three miles away from me. It's probably worth around three hundred In a way. I wanted to sit back and just you know. Process issue assisted living for maybe two months on the other hand. I've got people around me saying if you're gonna do it sell it now Don't wait and I want to do it honors her. And how how. Cognizant is she of this decision. How much is she able to process it with you. Not i would say no. It's not okay so this this fisher decision. It's not gonna bother her because she's not gonna understand. No no so. What do you want to do. I don't know. I wanna do. I wanna on her problem. I don't wanna be eliminated. I move that. I don't allow the keeping. The house is a method of honoring her or selling the houses. A method. back yourself into a corner. That's not real. That's not a real. That's not honor has nothing to do this house unless you're hurting her by selling it okay or keeping it and you're not so it's not emotionally not financially not anything so i don't won't be a landlord letting go with a pass to sell it emotionally.

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Pressure Points

"We can offer places for homeless people to live well until they get a job or like and and you can reach out with this million to kind of pulling more nuns. Get more people get more. Yeah and You know focus focus on the kids really like food going to schools making sure. No kid is in lunch debt. Which is the biggest shot really felt ever Yeah you know probably work on ending homelessness and hunger in my local community and then expanding out from there. I mean it's respectable hookers and blow off so with like. I agree when it when it comes to a nun especially somebody that like. These women are seventy s. like six. Do that if million dollars now. I'm not even a nun. Yeah but i mean like these. These women are like demarcated women of the cloth kind of thing. And so you're like okay. They're going to do all these charitable things now. I'm going to explain to you what they decided to buy with the remaining money They went ahead and yeah they got the farm. Like i said nah not bad recurring income. I don't think so based on their other purchases. I don't think they were planning on using that for their recurring income. They were actually planning on using the eleven race horses that they purchased for recurring income Yeah the gambling. Make sure that they can actually make it to these these races. They bought a cadillac v. and they also bought three white mercedes benz cars. Do all of winch had phones and televisions in them and one thousand nine hundred okay. And we're are expensive. They were one hundred and ten thousand dollars. Oh my god hey went you know when the nuns are rolling up. Yeah so They were leaving the convent. They actually had to pack their oldest Nun who is ninety three years old. They packed her into an ambulance. And they were like yeah. We're gonna roll out of here now. Imagine at this convent there. Three white mercedes a cadillac in an ambulance on the back. And they're just rolling out of context on their head combat. They're headed their fancy little castle. Ask chateau Eleven racehorses are waiting for them yes air farm their eleven resources. Yeah one hundred percent. They got the farm to house race on mike So they go in this..

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

"Speaking of nineties. And this stall. Do you guys remember when award shows were actually like entertaining to watch shows. I can't remember the last time. I watched an award. Show like music or movies or whatever and felt like yes. The people that i wanted to win actually one. I've seen all of these films and they're all really good. You know i feel like it's it's become less and less relatable as time has gone on and absolutely i remember watching like titanic one best movie and i remember really wanting moulin rouge to win everything and like being really excited to watch the show and all the performances and yeah like now. It's just kind of like. Oh that's on tonight okay. I mean that it's the ninety third academy awards so it's been going on ninety three years. Yeah pretty much. The same thing until now really has been going on every year. You just get tired of it like it's so long especially i think when you know at least for me. I hadn't really seen any the things that were nominated right. I didn't see any of those things. They never to what people are really watching like. If that was the gays in we would see avengers. Endgame would've won best movie not. It's always just i don't know how. How deep can you get. How many whigs that actor wear right now. The the only movies that i watched from the list of winners was soul that disney plus one tenant the one with Christopher nolan was at christopher heard that movie sucked. I didn't watch. It was pretty disappointing right like it was an android washington but it was really confusing. I had to watch it twice to really figure out what was yeah. Maybe that's the whole point of it as speaks telling the whole martin scorsese criticism superhero movies when he was like. You know people don't appreciate cinema anymore for the art that it is. They just want to go and be entertained. Any of that whole kind of criticism of that. The reality is we'd rather be watching falcon and winter soldier than any other stuff was nominated especially if your last movie is over three hours long right and just because something's popular in his you know quote pop culture. Does it mean that. There's not like deeper meaning there. And like i mean any. I know i'm preaching to the choir but like any neural. Tell you that a lot of the culture stuff that you know these big shot like arts films. People think are like pretty shallow like urges having credible meanings behind them. So i know in durant. It was cool seeing michelle in show though i was like. Hey it's castel. What's that was the highlight of my night. All right and then he's my best friend. My best friend directed santa medal. I was like. I'll go watch that. Then because i love you so nice i do daniel columbia and he won best supporting actor said. That's pretty cool. What do y'all think about. Anthony hopkins winning best actor. They made his three because he also is now the oldest person to have won an oscar and they announced it after best film yet are so they. I heard that behind the scenes. They'd rearranged this the academy. I guess We got proof..

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Podcast | Show me the ROI

Podcast | Show me the ROI

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Podcast | Show me the ROI

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Because they're paying you know the box and so my voice coach at the time told me he said Rob here's the deal. You're a Ferrari and you need to explain to your wife your Ferrari and what that means is you have special requirements. You're a high performance High intense Thursday High Caliber Performance Machine and you need to be in that state and it takes maintenance. So you need your rest you need, you'd be able to take time to go off by yourself and have creative time you'd be able to meditate need to eat good food. You need to stay relaxed and you just stay healthy and that dives into self-care thought it was hard for my now ex-wife to understand that now my new wife Tanya. She's all about that. She's all about self-care and she you know, she calls me her a little diva. I mean, you know, she goes off what do we do? We're going to we're going to have a spa day. We're going to go to the spa and we're getting massages. And then after that we're going to go get pedicures and manicures and we're going to go see yep. In the infrared sauna, because we're Ferraris and we we need to do that self-care. So every Sunday morning we go to the spa and a lot of people like that's kind of extravagant I go do you realize you have one body one body? That's it. And and you can either you know pay pay now it's a letter and if you invest in good quality mattress good quality food invest time, which is money to allow people into exercising and meditation time and down time. Then you don't have to do the pay later. The people that are in the hospitals and stuff. They're the ones that have led us sedentary lifestyle. They have not taken care of themselves. They have not not made their health a priority, you know, it's it's easy to just dead. And I hear this all the time it drives me nuts is I don't have time to exercise. However, I do have time to watch eight hours binge of friends or eight hours binge of a stranger things or you know what? I mean? It's it's all so Balance and where you put your priorities I want to be healthy. I mean my fifties I want to be freakin healthy. My mom just turned 94 last weekend 94 years later. I am happy birthday. That's incredible. Yeah, they just recently took her driver's license away. I mean, I'm talking months like seriously ninety-three years old woman's driving it was so incredible. She's very independent just incredible and slightly scary. You know, it's program and say yeah the same kind of thing my grandmother who is 90 years young and she's off or Vitality on a little finger than many people that I've worked with and it's interesting because a lot of it really does come from within, you know, when it comes to self cath though. It's a big buzzword that gets tossed around and then also has a bad rap sometimes of oh, yeah. I don't have the the money or I don't have the time and just like you said one of my other men wage. I've been blessed to work with some really incredible people in the world and one of the people I always wanted to work with I never got to work with him specifically, but I got to work with his wife and still do is Jack LaLanne and Thursday one, you know one of his quotes. That was my God me. Yeah. I met I met I met you I did he was in Georgia and San Diego. I met Jack LaLanne and I was in radio in San Diego and I met Jack LaLanne again. I met him three or four times in my life and he's so great..

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Twisted Travel and True Crime

Twisted Travel and True Crime

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Twisted Travel and True Crime

"The police begged him to tell the truth but he seemed to have disassociated from reality. He began racking back and forth and didn't speak to anyone for three days. The second trial ended with a guilty verdict. Once again he was found guilty of kidnapping but escaped murder charges. Prosecutors succeeded in convincing the jury of rance guilt by insisting that the passage of time offered witnesses and detectives the clarity that was needed to put the pieces together that were originally missing in holly case. Family and friends of the missing children were hurt. That rand was not convicted of murder but without the bodies or physical evidence kidnapping in the first degree was the best chance of keeping ran off the street. Long-term he will not be eligible for parole until he is ninety three years old. Thank you so much to those of you who've taken the time to reach out and to give the podcast recommendations ratings or reviews on your podcast platforms a very big in special. Thank you goes out to those of you. Who have chosen to sponsor the podcast. If you would like to do so there is a link in the show description. That will show you how to do. Just that is truly appreciated. Helps defray some of the costs of research and production if you enjoyed today's case and are interested in learning more about it. There's a great documentary called crops. That i would recommend you watch. It shows some of the footage from the video. I was talking about and the author does a really good job explaining kind of the background of the legend of crop. E and a little bit more about andre rand himself. I'll put a link to the documentary in the show notes as well That's where you will find my resources. Finally i would love to hear some case suggestions or some feedback from any of you listeners. You can reach out to me at twisted traveling true crime at gmail.com or through facebook instagram. Or you can find us on tiktok. Thank you so much for listening. And as always i'm wishing you fair winds and following seas..

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"ninety three years" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"Lab team and i did the testing through cokes faucets and observation under a scanning electron microscope. We found no code in any of the fifteen hundred samples. What we found was that all of the fifteen hundred samples were mostly influenza a. and some were influenza But not a single case of covid and we did not use the bcs piece the pcr tests. That's polymerase shane. React with appeals. Farber does wonderful topic. I did videos on this channel for that. We didn't sent the remainder of the samples to stanford cornell and a few of the university of california labs and they found. The same results did know kovin. They found influenza a. And all of us than spoke to the cdc and ask for viable samples of co vid. Which cdc said they could not provide as i did not have any samples. We have now come to the firm conclusion. All our research and lab work at the covid nineteen was imaginary and fictitious through. The flu was called covid and most of the two hundred twenty five thousand dead. we're dead through co morbidity such as heart disease cancer diabetes et cetera which further weaken their immune systems and they died. I have yet to find a single bible sample of koga nineteen to work with we at the seven universities. That did the lab tests on these. Fifteen hundred samples are now suing the cdc universal odd. The cdc has yet to a single bible isolated sample of covid nineteen. If they can't or won't send us their d this is. This is exactly what i said before right exactly when we having the conversation about you know well. This looks like it's a little more. Yeah i've said it's less-infectious right. If we had monitored the flu two years ago like we're doing with covid millions of people would have died with the flu right. Eighty thousand people died of the flu. Two years ago right it was worse than called well eighty thousand dollars second have not died of cova but but let me ask you this though if we had counted every deaf as the flu right two thousand eighteen right. How many million or what. They're really be minute because his point lead your point right. Most of these people sadly now stop. Look my ninety three year old. Great aunt suffered a stroke. We talked about this a couple of weeks ago. Sadly yeah. she's now a nurse ago she went to the hospital to care facility where she got. Covert right the flu will call at least had the flue she has survived row. Okay now a couple of weeks has gone by. She has essentially survived. I hope she survived it because they sent her into the nursing home. I would hope that they would learn their lesson. New york by now and not somebody who is still contagious. So i'm assuming that she's no longer contagious because they have center now into a nursing home. She's ninety three years old now. If she passes away it will be from the stroke. Here's a though. Here's what they've said. This is this is this is something to cdc did change. Noah's talking about the first of all and this is where donald trump failed with dr burks. Dr burke said well if you die with of something else a head on car crash or maybe a suicide gunshot to the head. But george floyd you had code at the time. We're county has kobe. We're looking backwards by the way said this multiple times. Yes yes yes. I remember screaming..

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"ninety three years" Discussed on The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast

The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on The PoorMansPoetry.com Podcast

"I listen to frank sinatra life. Get hella plays like okay with me if he played it I like i like somebody. New cars like juice world and aaa are okay juice. Well i haven't tapped in. Its read too much but he. I've heard one or two songs. I think i heard a song with him in. Does he have a song or maybe. I'm confusing him with somebody is. I checked that he'd elect shana kerry to run. He do the lineup. A bus arrives asen. I heard on his album. I believe i think that might guide you. Yeah yeah said. Oh no offense. Oh wait if elaine for everything. What are we start. Podcasts plan okay okay. That is more like our generation listening to. You gotta look at yard. I get i get it together. Listening rock fab draft ninety nine. Maybe was born in ninety three years. Oh i'm not but we are still young menace while i'm doing it That's exactly why. I made the type of music i make any aid. We are going to be eighty something years old. I hear kazu come on. I'm going to break something in the kitchen. Algal rage. okay so what you're saying that Okay so what you're saying that. Do you actually like do your research and like studying. Do your due diligence and like go back and listen to People from other generations. I guess from my our generation or like earlier generations need like at this point. Do i need to like growing up. That's all i was like exposed to like. Okay okay mama would try to stay away from you. Know the cash. Money stu- wrapping by away from it. I got you see the play. Her you know. Otis redding ainhoa marvin gaye and stuff. And then her hip diddy missy. Elliott timberland like artists. Like you know. People feel the feel good hip hip hop zeus got. Follow this kitchen hall. What man game. And you know what you going here like. It might be might be five. Oh boys oh my i better get the fuck up. Tom get clean. She must have got a bill in the mail. Some she may. I listened to everything in heaven. Those those i guess stencils right right because those songs had already made. I can't go back in remake. Lear song i i sing one million you all know exactly where that comes. From the new age kids might. I might be able to get off and sell it as a new product to new age. Kids maybe but we know that that's already something but that kind of goes back in competition meeting breezes like as far as doing research on stuff in general like when it come down to music like year in actual artists because you study artistry us study music as a whole because you don't limit yourself a lot of people don't do that but as definitely appreciating bread is bread. That's not something. I just do as it's been a process of getting to i'm going. I've been like i wanted to be new. Know that guy. I just wrapping over anything. No just put it being on. Wrap iraq in i noticed like my raps have no substance use. Just grab who. I think is cool because it was cool but i felt like i was cheating muscle because and that's been one thing i mean. That's how i kind of feel about the This is going on intended. But that's kind of food. now. I'm saying i mean that's how i kind of feel about the battle rap community because it's like yes good. You know because it's the art of actually wrapping but it's like there's no there's no point to it i mean yeah they might be getting a bag you know at the end of it because of my gaze right exactly but i mean i don't know you know nothing you have to watch about iraq you cannot drive to atlanta. Just listen into battle raps exactly psychotic just sitting there. Listening to do is go at each other. And it's hard. I mean i love. I love wrapping. But it's like you can't you can't really like you can't really like feel watching the circus all you to look i love i watch older time spear you have to hear that the speakers in that venue. You have that battle rap. Well i think you have to adapt to the times just because virtual. Yeah exactly so. It's like when you watch caffeine caffeine and you know the caffeine for them to actually open up opportunity for battle rappers actually still be on some type of platforms right right right and then expect in the element like you're not in the building watching it from your house. That's why people laughing and concerts to be there will yet right now. Everybody life anyway. So why not the we outside the onsite back out. We got one foot out the door. Outdoors areas philip. 'cause like we we are in a different time but i'm just waiting for our sido central workers out books. That's absolutely i. let's go ahead and take a little break and then we're going get back and talk about this little Function you got going on friday night. Yeah but we back we back again at the break we like. I said we got my man's breeze in the house. Yeah but Yeah tell us about this This performance you got going on friday night. Oh yeah alan breeze Perform at this event call a pope. Loser is Is a showcase of artists. Iran savannah in i get it got some people coming from some other areas in is competition so okay business performance. I got some plan from guys something new. Or you're gonna do some some. You've got one song already. Have out a rare. I along with that i like. I saw emerge that you got going on with allergy rocking the cool apparel kazu's japanese for power. So that's where the past. Okay thanks so yeah friday night. I'm being there and performing railroad. And then i got this new song called lick..

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Nopeville

Nopeville

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Nopeville

"That is the story of the parent family hunting or more more like everything that has happened since they moved out of the house. Now linking yeah. Unfortunately i think andrea hoarded all that evidence for books That's fine. She can turbo hits her story. Yeah tur- experience. So let's go ahead and jump back into the portal. And we're going to take you do nine hundred eighty ish in connecticut. That's where the warren's at seven pm on february sixteenth nineteen one and nineteen year old. Arnie cheyenne johnson murdered his friend and landlord forty year. Old alan bajo. After supposed drunken argument over a woman or so the courts would have us believe spicy prior to this already had no known previous history of violence or a criminal record. He was a stand up all around guy who was well mannered and generous so obviously a shock when his friends and family heard of the terrible crime man committed. It was just so out of character for him. This suppose attack wasn't the only thing strange going on and on life. The strangest began when he and his fiancee. Debbie glatzel family dream rental home in brookfield connecticut where murder had been committed in one hundred ninety three years so a selling point for sure what should have been a happy occasion. Turns sinister real. Quick gripe Debbie's little brother david. Who was eleven at. The time came to david and arnie clean the house before they could fully moving while they're david had a strange encounter with what he described as an old man wearing a torn flannel shirt and jeans. This man taunted and warned him that if his sister. Arnie moved into the house. They would be danger. He ran out of the house and complained to assist her and she just wrote it off like he was a kid trying to get outta shores however as days went by david continue to be harassed by this old man and that the encounters became more aggressive and violent than the man's appearance changed he appeared to david with charts skin and clothing and he often said he'd have visions of quote. A man with big black is a thin faced with animal features and jagged. Teeth pointed ears horns and hooves and gross david even started to get attacked by an invisible entity pushing him tripping him beating him and strangling him and sometimes he would fight against invisible knife wounds new Know how i know idea. I mean how how somebody stabbing caroline the sewing needle. For days david reid than he started screaming. Hissing spitting biting kicking and swearing at anyone and everyone well. The invisible entity would continuously throw him around like a rag doll. Arnie was stay at david and his mother judy's house every night to help watch since the nightmares were worse. Of course yes debbie. Arnie would sleep.

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"ninety three years" Discussed on A New Direction

A New Direction

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on A New Direction

"Performance in. Oh you need to open up your mouth. You need to open up behaviors to take care of that. And he in many ways to the best boss i ever had. Even though you probably wasn't great boss with other people you know. We're talking with dr michael coburn off of own your job and One of the things in this book that you by the way i'm not going to i mean i may quote a chapter for something like that if i see something like that but you know. The truth of the matter is united. I've kind of been down these roads. This book is really starts out with that. We have a higher purpose. And and i was thinking about. I was in the gym. Probably this is three or four years ago. Ninety year old man ninety plus may ninety three. He was in the gym and he heard that. I wrote books and asked me about my writing and those type of things and i said i'm really trying to help. People find their purpose and their place and their passions world and he looked at me and he said. I don't believe that people have purpose and i my heart sank. Because he's he's ninety. He's lived for ninety three years on this planet with evidently without a purpose. I don't know. I don't know i mean if people who people are listening all over the world right right now to this show you know i guess the question i would want to ask them is if you take a look at your job right now. Do you know what your purposes and are you. Are you happy with that purpose. Right mean because that's really kind of the crux of your book. Here is because you're not talking to the ceo as much as you're talking to. I mean you are. But i mean really. It's for whoever the job holder is whatever that job is and i opened up. The show is saying you know so often so many people are saying. I'm just a.

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"ninety three years" Discussed on Talk About Talk

Talk About Talk

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three years" Discussed on Talk About Talk

"To say last time. You jokingly said talk about talk. And since then that episode where we talked about networking that episode has become the number one of the well over sixty episodes in terms of downloads. I'm thrilled to tell you and grateful. Are there any other podcasts. Blogs or email newsletters that you find yourself recommending first of all thank. You let me know that. I really think what you're doing fantastic. You're still right up there in my box strikes by wants to change the question around a little bit and talk instead of three documentaries. God i would really recommend okay on net flicks okay and isaq commentaries for real life. Stories number one. My octopus teacher okay. Hey and the sounds like a weird thing. This guy who really had a break gag also love the octopus but the photography and the shooting is absolutely amazing. I heard about that when i was listening to. Npr it sounds fascinating okay. I highly recommend it might octopus teacher. You may not want eat octopus ever again if you like seafood but anyway number one number two a life on our planet by david ulta overall. He's ninety three years old. David suzuki climate change but pseudo wild done and narrated by himself and he's ninety three years old but it gives you a solution. So that's what. I love booker. And then the third one which. I just watched the other day which i love is the biggest little far. Oh yes it's really up all the farm. The land and how every ecosystem supports each other. And so i would like to recommend on netflix documentary octopus teacher a life on our planet david ogden borough and the biggest little far so amazing okay. I'm going to put links to those in the show notes. Okay is there anything else. You want to add sharon about networking online. Just be positive. Be genuine and be patient. Thank you so much sharon for sharing your time and your expertise. We all really appreciate my pleasure. Thank you so much for the opportunity. Well whether you're job searching or not. I'm guessing you found that interview helpful and inspiring. Thanks again to sharon for sharing her expertise with us now. I'm going to briefly. Summarize a few of the learnings. We went through a lot in this conversation. So i am not going to repeat everything. I'm just going to pull out a few of the major points. I categorize the learnings into three categories first general online networking advice. Second how to approach people when you're networking online and third how to follow up with people when you're networking online. So first general advice on networking sharon highlights. There are lots of reasons to be optimistic. She started by saying just continue and push on. Don't hesitate just because we're all working from home. We actually have more time now. This is a wonderful opportunity to reach out to people. She also highlighted. There are jobs out there. There's vacancies from retirement and people moving on and there are even some industries that are growing think for example of technology or medical industry sharing also talked about the fact that people are now being hired without being met in real life in other words the zoom or the team meeting for the interview is sometimes sufficient enough. So don't worry about that either. In terms of personality. Sharon and i agree that the physical isolation associated with covid might be easier for.

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Debra Messing; AJCs Groundbreaking State of Antisemitism in America Report

People of the Pod

12:01 min | 2 years ago

Debra Messing; AJCs Groundbreaking State of Antisemitism in America Report

"Messing is probably best known for her role as Grace Adler on the long running Sitcom will and grace. She has starred in movies and even been the voice behind cartoons. But for the past several months, she has been one of the voices behind a podcast called the dissenters since May Deborah and her co host Donna Damiani have interviewed men and women who have made their. Mark Challenging the status quo but the penultimate episode that aired this month was particularly powerful Deborah and her co host invited Dr Edith Eba eager a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor to share her memories of the past and thoughts on present day politics and the future Deborah is here now to talk about that episode and her own experiences with anti-semitism Deborah. Welcome. Thank you so much. So tell us about this podcast, the dissenters what you're trying to accomplish with each episode and how your conversation with Dr Eager Fit that theme. The dissenters created as a response to the suffering that we saw around our country over the last few years, and also in response to the activists that have stepped forward and taken it upon themselves to try and make things better. My friend Montana Diani, she is the CO host. She was a religious refugee came to the country at six years old she and I have both been very active in activism reading these pieces about these extraordinary people from around the world doing extraordinary things, and we would send them to each other in order to sort of buoy each other when we. Would start to feel overwhelmed and it always sort of kept us moving forward and one day we just realized that as much as was uplifting us it would most likely uplift other people to hear about the works of these what we call accidental activists we wanted to ultimately inspire and empower people to recognize that you don't have to have a certain education. You don't have to have a certain following and social media in order to be an activist all you have to do is just recognize something feels wrong and take one step towards doing something touted doctor eager fit into this lineup. She is a ninety three year old Holocaust survivor. Who came face to face with Dr Mangala when she was a teenager at the camps, she lost her mom and dad and went through horrible torture and trauma, and came to America and created a family and. Got A PhD and has used her experience and trauma in order to help people coming home from war to heal from their trauma. She has written two books and she decided to become a healer. And we just felt like she did not have any idea what her life would be. Once she got out of the concentration camp. Yeah and she was able to look towards the future to have hope and ultimately choose to do something that would help others. How did you first discover Dr Eager Montana and I are just really really curious people. So we are constantly reading. We are watching Ted talks. It was a Ted talk of her that we saw and ultimately we felt given the fact that there is this surge of anti-semitism and racial strife in our country that it felt particularly timely and important to highlight her and her journey because in our research, we discovered that three quarters of millennials who are people who are in their mid thirties do not know what Auschwitz is such a stunning statistic and kind of unimaginable that we felt like, okay. This it's incumbent on us to have someone who was there and lived it to assert that it really did happen and to celebrate her as well. You mentioned the lack of knowledge about concentration camps AJC. Of course, just released its first report on the state of anti-semitism in. America. And found that more than half of Americans don't know the meaning of the word anti-semitism. Some haven't even heard the word before. With Charlottesville and. Is seemingly explosion of white nationalism and Antisemitism Nazis everywhere in juxtaposition to the second wave of civil rights protesting it's very interesting that people don't protest against anti-semitism people flood the streets, for racism. And when you look at Charlottesville, the Nazis were screaming about two groups about black people and Jews. And we really are the most natural allies in the world and it really was just something that I just sat with for a while about like why is it that people don't protest four us? You're Jewish grew up in a predominantly non Jewish environment. Did you experience anti-semitism growing up I? Did? Can you speak to that a little bit? Sure. I remember I was in second grade and we were lining up. To go to Jim and I got in line and a little boy me and said, get to the back of the line Kaik And I didn't know what the word meant the teacher overheard and immediately grabbed the boy and sent him down to the principal's office I. Remember everyone looking at me like I had done something wrong. And as much as I didn't understand what was happening I understood that it would have been better if I just stayed silent and I just wanted the board to come back and everybody to just be normal and stop looking at me and a couple of years later it was Halloween and my grandfather was visiting and we woke up and a swastika was painted on his car. In our driveway. And I recall my mother just standing at the front door looking at it and I felt her fear I felt endanger and I, remember no one said a word. Just, you know my mom said get in the house. And somehow the car disappeared. And we didn't talk about it. and. So it became very clear to me from a very young age that I was an other. That I was different from everybody the community and that difference wasn't good. And Somehow I had taken on a sense of shame about the fact that I was Jewish and I actually recall in highschool. My father was president of the Temple President of the Jewish Federation. My mother was Vice President of the Jewish Federation very, very, very active in the community. And we would stay home obviously for the High Holidays and I remember coming back in after the High Holidays and someone saying, why were you out and I said, oh, it was yom. Kippur and. He got really mad they were like. How come you get that off and you get Christmas off? Why don't we get off and after that encounter anytime I would stay home because of a Jewish holiday I would lie and say that I had been sick. Wow. I WANNA, go back to your conversation with Dr Eager and I'd like for you to share what your biggest takeaways were. It's so powerful because she speaks about will lasting that her mother said to her in the cattle car. That essentially reality is whatever you have in your mind and in your heart. And bad things pass trauma passes and her first night there. Joseph Mangla went into the barracks and made her dance and she loved opera and she said that she got through it because she imagined that she was on a stage and they were playing Makovsky Romeo and Juliet. And she said and I danced beautifully and I loved it. That's how I survived. For me what was really remarkable was hearing everything that she went through and the fact that she landed. was that she was grateful for all of the terror and trauma and pain that she had experienced. She felt that she literally calls them a gift. That is something that is so amped medical to the way at least. I think about someone who has survived the Holocaust it really was a full paradigm shift for me to hear how she got there and ultimately how she healed herself. Yeah. Well, certainly, the testimonies of the survivors are a gift to all of us in terms of preserving the memory and the lessons that we can take from their experiences. So thank you for giving Dr, eager another platform to share that story with another audience that needs to learn and learn the lessons of her experience. I will tell you one of the most moving parts for me was the separation from her mother when they got to Auschwitz and how the experience of children being separated from their parents at the border was a trigger for her honestly I can't do it justice. Let's listen to a clip. Van. Is Show children being separated that their border? I had terrible night mash. Remember him and my mother was. Towed to go this way, I followed my mother. And this guy told me that I'm GONNA see my mother very soon. She just GonNa take a shower and promptly I was on the other side which meant life. So you see mandating trigger today for the me The time and everything was taken from me. Why was it important to include that in the podcast? I. Think when we witnessed that kind of wrongdoing that is really a crime against humanity, it reminds us how fragile we are. That we don't learn from the past potentially and we have to be vigilant every day in making sure that what we are putting out into the world is modeling compassionate. Inclusion.

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Totally Confused Finds A Resolution

Dear Sugars

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Totally Confused Finds A Resolution

"Dear sugars I'm a sixty two year old divorced woman and have been single for seven years. I was married for thirty years to a man who was basically a good guy. He was a good provider responsible with our finances and actively involved with our three sons. But the second half of our marriage was miserable for me because my husband was emotionally cold he pursued many outdoor hobbies without me. He retired early and spent more and more time at a second house we bought at the beach. I was so lonely inside our marriage I begged him to go to counseling with me, but he wouldn't. So I went alone. I tried to find activities we could do together, but he always turned me down I'm an affectionate person, but he would never touch me or hold me unless he wanted to have sex. After our youngest son was way college I realized I'd had enough of our complete lack of connection and I decided to divorce him. I waited so long to make the final move because even though he showed no interest in strengthening our marriage, I knew he would be devastated if I left him and he was. Except for seeing him at our youngest son's graduation four and a half years ago and the occasional text message greetings on birthdays or Christmas. My ex hasn't wanted any contact with me over these past seven years since we broke up. But something has shifted recently. Our oldest son is getting married soon, and in the spirit of that upcoming occasion, my ex-husband reached out to me several months ago and invited me to meet for. Coffee. He wanted to break the ice so it wouldn't be awkward at our son's wedding. We were both nervous but it went well. I. Let him lead the conversation and had no preconceived expectations. We decided to meet again a month later and that time was great. We laughed and reminisced. The week after that, he invited me to drive out of town together. So we could visit my ninety three year olds stepmother for the day. They'd always been very fond of each other. We had a great time. I didn't want the day to end. During our time together he apologized for several hurtful things he'd done over the years. And we both cried. We saw each other again and have talked on the phone too and each time he names the hurtful things he's done and he asks me for forgiveness. He was sorry for not listening to me for not going to my office parties for not hugging me or holding my hand. He said he was sorry for shaming me when I gained weight. Everything changed for me as he named many many cruel and insensitive wrongs committed in our marriage all my hurt and bitterness melted away. I've never experienced this kind of forgiveness. I have a new sense of peace and an understanding of grace. I. Feel Deep Love for him again, and he says he has never stopped loving me. The problem is he's engaged to be married to a woman he'd worked with and has known for years. His fiancee shares many of his outdoor hobbies are sons all love her, and they have made a new life together. She knows we've been meeting, but she doesn't know what we're feeling. He is only good things to say about her but also says, he never imagined we would have a chance to reunite. I have compassion for him because he's in a difficult situation. Sugars, we don't know what to do with these emotions. Two nights ago, we talked on the phone for an hour I feel closer him now than I did in the last few years of our marriage. He's so attentive now when we talk. If he were single I would reconcile with him and want to try again I've had a few relationships since our divorce but no one I wanted to make a life with. I've made a new life for myself moved to a new town have new friends and hobbies I'm healthy and financially stable. And I'm totally surprised by my feelings. I still love him and I'd welcome the chance to start over. I can't stop thinking about him. He texts me every day to say hello and say that he's thinking of me. He doesn't know what to do with this turnaround either. There's no instruction manual to figure this out. What advice do you have for? Me signed totally confused while.

Totally Confused Finds A Resolution

Dear Sugars

04:32 min | 2 years ago

Totally Confused Finds A Resolution

"Hi Steve Cheryl Onward We March August are month of rebroadcasting episodes along with new updates. Today we are going to get an update. We're GONNA listen to an episode a woman wrote signed her name totally confused. She was totally convinced you remember what that one was about I do it was well, it was a real cliffhanger solicits listen. Dear sugars I'm a sixty two year old divorced woman and have been single for seven years. I was married for thirty years to a man who was basically a good guy. He was a good provider responsible with our finances and actively involved with our three sons. But the second half of our marriage was miserable for me because my husband was emotionally cold he pursued many outdoor hobbies without me. He retired early and spent more and more time at a second house we bought at the beach. I was so lonely inside our marriage I begged him to go to counseling with me, but he wouldn't. So I went alone. I tried to find activities we could do together, but he always turned me down I'm an affectionate person, but he would never touch me or hold me unless he wanted to have sex. After our youngest son was way college I realized I'd had enough of our complete lack of connection and I decided to divorce him. I waited so long to make the final move because even though he showed no interest in strengthening our marriage, I knew he would be devastated if I left him and he was. Except for seeing him at our youngest son's graduation four and a half years ago and the occasional text message greetings on birthdays or Christmas. My ex hasn't wanted any contact with me over these past seven years since we broke up. But something has shifted recently. Our oldest son is getting married soon, and in the spirit of that upcoming occasion, my ex-husband reached out to me several months ago and invited me to meet for. Coffee. He wanted to break the ice so it wouldn't be awkward at our son's wedding. We were both nervous but it went well. I. Let him lead the conversation and had no preconceived expectations. We decided to meet again a month later and that time was great. We laughed and reminisced. The week after that, he invited me to drive out of town together. So we could visit my ninety three year olds stepmother for the day. They'd always been very fond of each other. We had a great time. I didn't want the day to end. During our time together he apologized for several hurtful things he'd done over the years. And we both cried. We saw each other again and have talked on the phone too and each time he names the hurtful things he's done and he asks me for forgiveness. He was sorry for not listening to me for not going to my office parties for not hugging me or holding my hand. He said he was sorry for shaming me when I gained weight. Everything changed for me as he named many many cruel and insensitive wrongs committed in our marriage all my hurt and bitterness melted away. I've never experienced this kind of forgiveness. I have a new sense of peace and an understanding of grace. I. Feel Deep Love for him again, and he says he has never stopped loving me. The problem is he's engaged to be married to a woman he'd worked with and has known for years. His fiancee shares many of his outdoor hobbies are sons all love her, and they have made a new life together. She knows we've been meeting, but she doesn't know what we're feeling. He is only good things to say about her but also says, he never imagined we would have a chance to reunite. I have compassion for him because he's in a difficult situation. Sugars, we don't know what to do with these emotions. Two nights ago, we talked on the phone for an hour I feel closer him now than I did in the last few years of our marriage. He's so attentive now when we talk. If he were single I would reconcile with him and want to try again I've had a few relationships since our divorce but no one I wanted to make a life with. I've made a new life for myself moved to a new town have new friends and hobbies I'm healthy and financially stable. And I'm totally surprised by my feelings. I still love him and I'd welcome the chance to start over. I can't stop thinking about him. He texts me every day to say hello and say that he's thinking of me. He doesn't know what to do with this turnaround either. There's no instruction manual to figure this out. What advice do you have for? Me signed totally confused while.

Steve Cheryl
How the Pandemic is Hurting Women's Careers

WSJ What's News

03:53 min | 2 years ago

How the Pandemic is Hurting Women's Careers

"Women have lost jobs in the pandemic at higher rates than men, but even as workplaces start to reopen for many women. Going back to work isn't an option. Some women are having to put their jobs on hold. Risking A long-term hit to their finances and careers are reporter. Lauren Weber has been writing about this, and she joins me now, so lauren. You spoke to a number of women for this story I. Can you just tell us about some of the dilemmas? They're facing sure. One of them was a woman who had previously worked for Tesla. Manager she had taken a year off when her daughter was born and she was hoping to go back to work this summer, but she said. How can she look for a job right now? When she doesn't know if daycare will even be available for her daughter, another woman I spoke with has young child with some high risk medical needs. She and her husband, who's a lawyer, had a nanny coming to watch him while they were both working, but the nanny was also care of some elderly patients and given her son's high risk category. They asked the nanny to stop coming and she said she just started to. To lose her mind, she wasn't sleeping. She wasn't able to get her work done and also take care of her son. She was trying to protect her husband's work time since he had the larger income, it just placed her in a very difficult position, and it's not just about childcare right right. There are also a lot of responsibilities related to elder care, and often those responsibilities again tend to fall to women, so I spoke to one woman who's ninety three year old father lives with her and her husband, so they wanted to minimize the number of people coming into the House that meant either she or her husband would have to reduce their work schedules. She's a teacher at a charter school. She said she's probably going to end up producing her hours in order to be able to be more available to her father. What sort of considerations are coming into play for women who are either considering quitting or who have already quit their jobs because of the coronavirus pandemic? Well, obviously, the pandemic has put pressure on both men's and women's careers. Kids are at home that it's very hard to get worked on whether you're a man or a woman. The difference for women often is that their careers ended up being. Being sacrificed more commonly because husbands tend to earn more money according to the Census Bureau in seventy percent of heterosexual married couples. The husband earns more now. There's a whole discussion about why husbands earn more money and pay disparities, but that's the situation. A lot of families find themselves in as a result, it's often the woman who steps back. The other issue is that even though we have made some progress and men are taking more responsibility and doing more of the work at home whether it's child, care or housework, it's still not equal. There was a study from the Boston consulting group that found that. Women are now doing about fifteen hours more per week than their husbands. Now even before the pandemic, the balance of Labor was still unequal, but it's become even more unequal in these times the Wall Street. Journal is also reporting that. Employs are now feeling pressure to physically go back into the workplace. What kind of pressure is this? Putting on women well I think it just adds to the sense of being an untenable position. Your your boss or your workplace is asking you to come back in or to be fully productive working from home at the same time you have on these additional demands on your time whether it's additional housework or your kids or the homeschooling, which fortunately in the summer. Women don't have that quite as much or parents don't have that quite as much, but certainly during the school year. Trying to oversee your child's education is like another full time job on top of. Your own job. It's just impossible. push-and-pull and a lot of women are just saying I can't do all of this and something's gotTa give.

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How Did Juneteenth Get Started?

BrainStuff

06:11 min | 2 years ago

How Did Juneteenth Get Started?

"Every year on June nineteenth, millions of people across America. Come together to celebrate June eighteenth with parties parades, prayer, breakfast and golf tournaments, cookouts and music. The holiday is now officially recognized in forty seven states plus Washington DC though it hasn't been made a national holiday yet, despite having been around for more than one hundred and fifty years. We spoke with Paula Austin a professor of African American Studies and History at Boston University. She said You'd be surprised. There are many students who get to my class, and they sort of never learned about the history of enslavement. They've never learned about the civil rights movement. I think I've had students who because of where they're from, or their families know about June eighteenth, and of actually participated in the celebrations, but most students come, and they don't know. But let's go back to the beginning on June nineteenth eighteen, sixty, five more than two months after confederate general Robert e Lee surrendered to ulysses s grant at APP Maddix which all, but ended the civil war, a US army officer by the name of Major General Gordon Granger. In Huston Texas with two momentous announcements, the end of the civil war, and with it the end to slavery. Nobody is quite sure why it took so long for news of summation to reach Texas several stories have been told throughout the years though none has ever been confirmed including one of an earlier messenger who was killed on his way to Texas to tell the news of freedom. Others believe that some enslavers truth, but simply continued going about business as usual. The most likely is simply that there were not enough troops to enforce the emancipation proclamation whether enslaved people knew about it or not, so things remained status quo. That is until Major General. Grainger showed up. After granger's announcement, some of the two hundred fifty thousand freed people in Texas, immediately left for the promise of true freedom in the north, while others traveled to rejoin family members one formerly enslaved person, Molly Herrell said in the slave narratives of Texas. We all walked down the road singing shouting to beat the band. Others stayed defined pain work in the fields elsewhere. That day marks what is now often called lack independence day, or the fourth of July. It's the American celebration of freedom from slavery. June teen was first observed in Texas in eighteen, sixty six. It wasn't officially recognized as a holiday in any state until Texas did so in Nineteen, seventy nine. Since then only North Dakota South Dakota and Hawaii have declared a holiday. In recent years both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate have formally recognized June nineteenth as June, tenth Independence Day. Various movements to grant the day status is a national holiday are ongoing. US Senator Cory Booker said in two thousand eighteen. On this day we must confront ugly parts of our history and honor the slaves who suffered and died under a repressive regime. We must also pay tribute to all those who had the strength and conviction to fight to end slavery and keep our Union together. June teeth independence. Day is also an important moment to recognize how far we've come and take note of how far we have yet to go. Certainly during the original June eighteenth, there was still a lot of work to be done. It came just months after the civil war ended and two years after the emancipation proclamation was signed by President Abraham Lincoln the Thirteenth Amendment to the US Constitution, which abolished slavery, had been passed by Congress was well on its way to being ratified by the states, but the fourteenth and fifteenth guaranteeing equal protection and the right to vote to all citizens, regardless of skin color were still a couple years off. And not all enslaved people in Texas were immediately freed some held by defiant plantation owners were not emancipated until much later, some formerly enslaved people who tried to leave historical reports show were tracked down and killed. Many more stepped into a future of poverty, fear and uncertainty. Austin suggests that many Americans ignorance about June eighteenth stems from a disinclination to completely face the country's past slavery, and it's far reaching and continuing aftermath. Still? June eighteenth has persevered. Its observance has waned through the years under the oppression of Jim Crow laws and attitudes, but the festivities that began in Texas eventually spread to more states and the idea of commemorating block independence picked up through the civil rights era of the nineteen sixties, and the parties continued today. Austin, said the kinds of celebrations that I've seen and been a part of have been incredibly wonderful there about black culture there about black history there about the resistance and the resilience of the black community. Several years before grainger made his do nineteenth declaration in Galveston famed American Orator Frederick Douglass himself formerly enslaved, spoke to an abolitionist group in New York about the fourth of July. As being dave independence, and how it didn't fit for all Americans, he said what the American slave is your fourth of July I answer a day that reveals to him more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the constant victim. Opel Lee a former schoolteacher counselor in Fort Worth. Texas has been instrumental in trying to get June. Tenth recognized as a national, holiday. This year she'll walk from the Fort Worth Convention Center to the will. Rogers Coliseum, leading a caravan, urging people to sign a petition for the cause leave who is ninety three years old has been part of the Fort Worth June eighteenth festivities for more than forty years. Last year, it's as important as the fourth of July. In fact I dream some day. They celebrate from the nineteenth to the fourth like they do Mardi Gras. I haven't dreamed as large as the Rose Bowl or the macy's parade, but I'm getting there. To those who observed June eighteenth despite its shaky beginnings, and it's still unfulfilled pledge the day still holds the promise of freedom, independence, equality, ideas, and ideals always celebrating.

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Hong Kong marks Tiananmen anniversary, defying a police ban

Morning Edition

03:42 min | 2 years ago

Hong Kong marks Tiananmen anniversary, defying a police ban

"The day in nineteen eighty nine when China sent its military against protesters Chinese troops massacred many people as they cleared Tiananmen Square commemorating this massacre is forbidden in mainland China but Hong Kong has held huge rallies every year to remember the victims until this year when police band of that activity although organizers say they're going ahead and peers Emily Fang is covering this story from Beijing either Emily Hey Steve why is this anniversary so important in Hong Kong well that you're thirty one years ago nineteen eighty nine Hong Kong was still a British colony and this all these protests in Beijing as a parallel of their own struggle at that point that the U. K. in China had already agreed that in the future nineteen ninety seven Hong Kong will be returned to Chinese rule is the idea was if protesters in Beijing could create a democratic China then democracy might finally arrives in Hong Kong as well which we know didn't happen but after the military crackdown on June fourth Hong Kong served another purpose if you came this important counter factual of what China could have been with some limited civil rights here's Joe from saw an activist who now lives in New Jersey but in nineteen eighty nine he was one of the student leaders in Tiananmen Hong Kong show the odds are stacked up chime in C. spirit off the people yes this condo at the beach you it's represented to lawful street the ninety people that China could be different but in some ways nineteen eighty nine also sealed Hong Kong state that your Beijing and Hong Kong were drafting the conditions under which China would govern Hong Kong and Beijing after the Saudis tenement protests effectively took control of writing those conditions may include more stringent language on national security and the version that you see them citing today the latter is that candlelight vigil that Jones was just talking about in Hong Kong feels particularly existential despair because Hong Kong is now coming under threat from Beijing's control yeah and and of course the the very fact that they were able to hold this vigil at all this memorial for tenements where over the years suggests that there has been greater freedom in Hong Kong what's happening now that the government the central government's cracking down that could disappear quickly there is this proposed national security law which would effectively criminalize all forms of dissent in Hong Kong that will likely be passed this month by Beijing and then today Hong Kong's own legislature passed a national anthem law which criminalizes people who make fun of China's national anthem back in ninety three years in prison now or a hefty fine lawmakers try to block that vote one was dragged out of the chamber the bill passed anyways so now we have this anniversary which has been marked for generations for decades anyway and in Hong Kong and that that that that commemoration is banned water people going to do after this behind the rally said tonight they're still going to congregate they're going to risk arrest and fines churches which has more the way when it comes to corona virus related social distancing guidelines say that they're going to hold some smaller private events across Hong Kong and people are encouraging other individuals to light candles in their home if they don't want to come to a public space so events are still going to go forward now other countries are trying to put pressure on Beijing to not pass this national security law the US White House has said they'll revoke Hong Kong's trade privileges if the laws passed but Beijing will likely bear that cost and the United Kingdom the former colonial power that ruled Hong Kong actually set this week to open a path for citizenship for about three million Hong Kongers if the national security laws passed Kelly thanks for the update

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93-year-old woman gets beer delivery after plea goes viral during pandemic

Fitz and Brooks

01:01 min | 3 years ago

93-year-old woman gets beer delivery after plea goes viral during pandemic

"Hi this is kind of cool this went viral yesterday a woman in Pennsylvania she held a sign a hand written sign outside her window that said send more beers ninety three year old Pennsylvania woman well she received one hundred fifty beers from cores on Monday in response to her viral plead for more beer during the state's lockdown reps on the beverage giant delivered ten fifteen packs of course like to all of Verona sees a home that according to KDKA in Pittsburgh's crap though and it cracked open a can of suds with the workers still there that tastes pretty good she told the network ninety three years old she's got a hundred fifty beers fellow worker she's gonna do it all by yourself sounds like it to me she self quarantine yeah wow she says I have a beer every night you know what beer has vitamins in it it's good for you as long as you don't overdo it she says legacy has won a night that's it so she has a hundred fifty decades worth of beer well that's pretty good good for

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Move to Los Angeles

Radio From Hell

02:37 min | 3 years ago

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Move to Los Angeles

"Prince Harry and his wife Meghan officially made the transition from senior members of Britain's royal family to endlessly considering their waterproofing options because sure that naturally follows truth well what else have they left to do you can't have one without the other there is a that they're they they they are no longer oils and so Harry said to Meghan Meghan what would you say if we consider our waterproofing options and she said oh Harry those are endless support we will I'm calling B. S. on the endless bird there have some remains to waterproofing options it's unclear what they're going to be international celebrities charity patrons global influencers the royal Lytham that the couple triggered in January by announcing that they would step down from official duties give up public funding C. credential independence and swap the UK for North America becomes official today the movie's been more complicated and poignant by the global corona virus pandemic which finds the couple and their ten month old son Archie in California far from Harry's father prince Charles was recovering after testing positive for covert nineteen and Harry's for ninety three year old grandmother Queen Elizabeth the second as we all feel the world at this moment seems extraordinary fragile the couple said in the initial post Monday on there now mothballed Sussex royal Instagram account they can't use the Sussex royal Instagram account any longer they aren't authorized what's most important right now is the health and well being of everyone across the globe in finding solutions to the many issues that have presented themselves as a result of this pandemic I by the way Harry is sixth in line to the British throne so you give them all on the list bill given I six thousand or more but given you know six the one you think will that'll never happen well although given today's circumstances we don't know that do we so what you know what will they do I think it's fascinating all of those it will be all of those things like old one again wants to she wants to go back to acting right get back to acting and I think they both third interested in charity work I think it'll be all those

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Jazz Saxophone Legend Jimmy Heath Has Died : The Record - NPR

All Things Considered

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Jazz Saxophone Legend Jimmy Heath Has Died : The Record - NPR

"Jazz saxophonist Jimmy heath died of natural causes this morning at his home in Georgia he was ninety three years old in a career that spanned seven decades heath was a prolific performer composer and bandleader he played with some of the biggest names in jazz like John Coltrane and Miles Davis from New York time Vitali has this appreciation Jimmy heath is best known as a saxophonist but he wrote in a range music throughout his life in two thousand thirteen when he was eighty seven years old he told me it was important to be a complete musician not just to stand up and improvise you know you got to compose I want to be a person who can compose and lease something here for posterity

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London's extinction rebellion

Correspondents Report

05:41 min | 3 years ago

London's extinction rebellion

"Yes the extinction rebellions two week international rebellion is coming to a close this weekend the environmental campaign governments around the world to take a much stronger in temperature fake blood spilled over the streets of London primary school kids join demonstrations with great grandparents rabbi found out extinction rebellion is also dividing Londoners on the question of whether they've taken their actions too far and ninety three year old man glued to it it's it's time to act in an unusual way because it's happening now and the message somehow facing extinction rebellion began he it's gone global and you get the sense it's only just beginning. The prime minister had failure uncharitable description of the rebel. But if you're a rational person you have to you have to have evidence for what you believe and you have to leave in silence presents evidence based for blocking the road he told the I've come to Trafalgar Square with thousands arrested and MPA arrested in hundreds more hauled away by police this is the extinction rebellion autumn uprising and perhaps the new normal in London getting across to people I don't know why I think it's a kind of collective denial that people have people don't want to know the truth to hear it because I don't hear it either England and she tells me she sees herself as an unlikely first time per taster welcome CALC- to come and join extinction rebellion we'll because I've never with my own team didn't want me to come to this event tonight because they said that there were some uncooperative cross T.'s and protesters of all kinds illiterate actual chief is actually targeted government the this week the extinction rebellion enraged many Londoners and tasted the goodwill jury table occupying the space for foot night when I visit on a rainy afternoon someone's had the kind to bring free lunches for everyone he and tourists take Sophie's with protests holding flagstaff into extinction rebellions logo Jackie Bedford has traveled to London to Bay he from Aylesbury in central East and all the signs scientists around the world all saying the same thing so we really have to do something we have to really push governments to take much it has been a constant presence these past couple of weeks on my book to the cheap one ninety smiling woman handed me a fly that just said we're sorry and she apologized I've never longtime non-cooperative clusky absolutely superb in Westminster way work at the London bureau extinction rebellion many in extinction rebellion dismayed by the decision to block the tube and disrupt enables days in the group later offered an apology but it did train during this merry like grandchildren cows heading towards at the moment in pay cal to protesters climbed onto a train at a cheap station in east London and an angry mob promptly dragged one of the men down appearing to attack him on the platform the the roads and even Boris Johnson's has joined the movement is one of the nicest teams it on any kind of activism before episode boring on Moore biding it is a climate emergency and criticism of extinction rebellion as largely white middle class movement that can be blind to the privilege of its members interfered with square when I was there among the protesters I was chatting to there were mixed views of whether expires they call it should target transport infrastructure to make their point with I should only be target leading the buildings belonging to government and be corporations as the discussion continues Jackie Bedford is getting ready to go home for the night she's not quite up for in facing the destruction of on the destruction of our system divided opinion here in the UK but less than a year camping here in the cold but this might be her last outing with extinction rebellion civil disobedience like this is a very powerful way of I used to facilitating sofa chairs getting things moving but I've never really felt the need to do it in the past but this just because the planet hasn't come to an end it hasn't died before it doesn't mean it's not happening now we're living in science fiction times but it's real that's what I would say headquarters but also public transport it's inspiring people of all ages many of whom have never protested before but as your correspondent Bridget Brennan what has been the response from just everyday members of the public can come Suzhou it's very mixed really I mean some people cheer and so And they just don't want to get the message they don't want your

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Everything we know about Baby Archie's christening

Jason and Alexis

07:26 min | 3 years ago

Everything we know about Baby Archie's christening

"I'm sure the RG we solved in everyone and we are very excited about this I don't know why but he's just so you didn't want finally saw front what we saw his face yes also if you haven't seen those pictures will we can talk about those right now but it's six thirty one welcome back decent Alexis in the morning July eighth happy Monday morning Alexis Thompson don McLean G. sin is still on vacation in Hawaii we'll be back next week okay you see these pictures I did as obsessed as I am I am obsessed I'm also obsessed with what they wear because yeah like they have to have unlimited access to just know you don't have a budget now you get to and she are expected to wear designer things meters and the designers work with you directly yeah I love dressing up I know a lot of people don't but this is a dream to me I mean not like fairy tale princess dream I don't have like delusions of grandeur like that but you know it's just it's so it's so they're so traditional like I know they have to be they can't you know shoulder shoulders are you know what it is we're weeks in their dresses yeah so they don't fly up you know and and fascinate orders and you know it's funny how they have like all one color it's very sometimes reminds me of very nineteen sixties yeah so I just loved all the outfits Kate has some of the heart the on it and it looks great he died did it with and it was also a kiss to address Diana war yes and speaking of Diana both of her sisters were there all my gosh in the in the picture of the family there the two right behind the couple in our chi those are her two sisters that's great I've actually never seen them at any offense so a couple people weren't there notably the queen right and of course Megan Markle's dad Thomas and of course he has something to say about it but the queen yes it is busy you operate yeah said that she wasn't there but she can't make everything and also it was the date was changed yeah so she has a very busy schedule she's ninety three years old her husband Philip is ninety seven we know Phyllis tired he is tired so they were some I guess rumor has it that they were at Sandringham which is one of their which is one of their Scottish estates and that they had things to do in Scotland they had different activities and things going on they change the date not at the last minute but it wasn't far enough in advance for her to cancel these very important plans these are plans I'm sure that involve people waiting for her for like they know a year in advance that she's you know yeah things are really important and so she couldn't be there yeah and maybe it would have maybe been nice to see you queen what what's your schedule like yeah can we reschedule this because everyone's going to accommodate you know yeah we'll work it out but there's twenty five people at the ceremony all our guests were gonna change the third time yeah exactly yeah but you know I wonder in the future just if if this baby you know he's you did with the history in looking back it's like oh look the queen mother isn't in my christening picture but they probably are they have a separate pictures that we don't see yeah there sure holding him it's not like he is going to happen photographic memory is there for me yeah all my god wants he'll also miss Charlotte take believe okay and there's been a lot of other things you know yeah like you said it they're busy the old they just want you know they got other things going on so you know he actually had turned in ninety eight Philip did last month it says retired from public duty any doesn't attend many events but apparently still drives a car oh my gosh let's get him guys things can happen can we make sure that Philip doesn't drive anymore yeah last year you got that accent or maybe those this year that was that's right you missed all ninety eight the check in as I sites and you know you don't want to take their freedoms away because I can I can understand I think that I would might feel that we tall it's a problem and everyone is rife sure right how relatable is that for sure and for some people it's relatable just this Thomas Moore Markel Megan's dad wire why do media outlets still talk to him now it's the Daily Mail of course well that's what maybe that's why is that yeah so there you the contacting him what is he said he is going on and on about well I would love to be asked to go he says I was an altar boy at twelve and a member of the queen's church at fourteen arches my new grand sense of course I would have enjoyed being there for the blessing wishing him and his parents happiness and health and then that's basically his statement all right well at least we didn't have to hear from it her stepsister or we could step sister she's like the worst Hey oh boy hopefully has nothing to say about that yeah there were two pictures released of the whole family and so that's really fun to see her mom was there course prince Charles and Camilla over there and William and Kate are the god parents so they were in the picture as well then Diana sisters and there's also a black and white picture of the three of them all says all close together yeah and that's where you really see a close up of that baby get to see his face even more all my gosh river cut his American he's also get mixed race so you're what you just wonder how those babies come out all my gosh right I'm always curious I mean no matter what you just want to see the combo of the parents yeah you know here is the most exciting one of that tire family all yeah he's go you see him and you're like wow okay cool what what did they make you know you just and now we see him as he can does he can you tell feels read here is this you can't really like it's mean if you it kind of looks like he has red hair yeah a little pet the elf what a privilege to see that baby grow up you know who's missing from the picture not just the queen but the the cousins the little kids that's true I think you know they just want to deal with it you think they sit home with the nanny it's like you kind of like it's just hard to manage little kids they're in there the way it's a little probably you know getting dirty or whatever just to have a calm day were the kids learn about maybe the kids are taking naps yeah the the it's funny this is your nap time how convenient oh my gosh yeah it's just maybe it was too long the day for them they're like why don't we just leave the kids at home I love that it's like normal family decisions sort S. and they don't have to follow all these rules that we think you know I don't need to be there and they probably just wanted some adult time even though I know it's for baby but twenty five people there your friends are there your families there kids you see over there yeah and also this was just this picture so who knows who knows that really right what a fun day for all of them also what was the other thing all I wanted to tell you about a

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For Opera Singers, Life After Retirement  At Least At One Very Special Rest Home

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04:43 min | 4 years ago

For Opera Singers, Life After Retirement At Least At One Very Special Rest Home

"Eyebrows went up when a New York Times profile suggested that legendary opera soprano. Renee Fleming would be retiring. Luckily for fans that turned out to be wrong. But if Fleming ever does start to ponder retirement. She may want to consider a move to Milan Italy. That's the home of CASA Verde a retirement community for opera singers and musicians founded by Italian composer, Giuseppe Verdi more than one hundred years ago, Rebecca Rosman paid a visit and set this report. Lena Lhasa is a soprano who spent her career performing in Italian operas around the world. Not that twenty years ago she settled here at CASA Verity tho quarter. This decree. She doesn't want to tell me how old she is. She's reluctant to reveal her real late. She admits to being over sixty five she's tiny and uses a cane to get around but age hasn't stopped her from wearing her favorite black heels or from doing this. Disapprove says singing makes her sorrows. Go away thus came to council. Verity with her husband when they both retired from singing since he died. She says this is all she has good Jolo Saturday. Glad they can like. I play the piano, she can Magellan diva just the. Shuttle very nice garden said that like nothing's missing here. It's perfect got she there the Italian composer just up in Bertie founded the CASA deity Pozzo permis cheese, simply known as call severity in the late nineteenth century in Italy, where the isn't considerate. The even today only a composer only a musician, but a kind of national hero Bianca Maria long-gone. He is the assistant director of CASA Verity or standing in front of Verdi's crypt, very is buried at the retirement home alongside his second wife. Just a peanuts repoening, use the music. He used the opera's to give voice to people to humble people to modest people to poor people to dominate the people many Averis own former colleagues found themselves living in poverty towards the end of their lives at that time. There were no pensions for musicians in Italy, the perfectly new this situation. And when he was about eighty two he wanted. To use his patrimony to make arrest the home of four. He's colleagues less favorite by fourteen using his own fortune early built the retirement home for opera singers and musicians a Neo gothic structure that opened in eighteen ninety nine very died less than two years later, but he made sure the prophets from his music copyright, kept the home running until the early nineteen sixties when they expired today guests pay a portion of their monthly pension to cover basic cost like food and lodging while the rest comes from donations BC Roman is a my Esther who's been living at constant Verity for nearly three years now, I get feminine upset. I got that the shoot I I'm very grateful because if not I will be lonely a very very upset here. I get the upset because a lot people around. We are talking the have music. We have gassed guests of all ages customarily has an extra twenty rooms at aside for conservatory students aged eighteen to twenty four by today. The ninety three year old Romanian-born Romano is giving voice lessons to a young woman from China one of the six students, she sees on a weekly basis. The sounds that surely Shirley's homeless are what make CASA Verity feels sacred like moments that belong in a time capsule. Are REO. Steamy is a baritone in his early sixties. He comes to conserve Ernie every Wednesday to visit the guests some of whom are his former callings. A Seaney himself is still several years away from retirement he says he knows exactly where he'll be hanging up his hat once. He leaves the opera stage for good for NPR news. I'm Rebecca Rosman in Milan. Italy.

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Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter kick off 35th Habitat for Humanity build in Indiana

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Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter kick off 35th Habitat for Humanity build in Indiana

"Staff in Indiana, until, sunset on the day of John McCain's burial Sunday the flag at the White House went back up Monday and then came. Back down after President Trump issued, a similar order ninety three. Year old former president, Jimmy Carter and, his ninety one year old wife former first lady Roslyn Carter are working on a, habitat for humanity project in Michele Walker, this week Chris Davis reports, an active Christian faith but not charity says Carter the

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Only 1 in 10 will advance at National Spelling Bee

"Abc's canceling of roseanne and other form of hollywood at targeting conservatism fouling blow up after abc cancelled roseanne for a distasteful tweets she has deep regrets and has apologized as ladder tough exterior she says she's sad for her cast mates now out of john's many fan tweets note the hypocrisy of abc and think the show was canned because in the reboot roseanne voted for president trump though when joy behar mocked vice president pence on the network for praying they took little action millions of weekly republican voting viewers dumped and now we'll see if another network will pick up the conservative connor family found your reporting but jurassic final round of the scripts national spelling bee are set to begin forty one spellers advanced to thursday's finals out of a field of five hundred sixteen by far the largest in the ninety three year history of competition breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com.

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Actress Brigitte Nielsen, 54, reveals fifth pregnancy in Instagram pos

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Actress Brigitte Nielsen, 54, reveals fifth pregnancy in Instagram pos

"Yorkers from dangerous drivers james flippin nbc news radio former president george h w bush appears to be talkative and in good spirits after being admitted to a main hospital a spokesman says bush's doing better but will need several more days of treatment the ninety three year old was taken to a hospital on sunday when he experienced low blood pressure and fatigue hours after attending a pancake breakfast at the american legion post in kennebunkport the country's first franchise network of housecall veterinarians is expanding its pawprint and the s pat care has just signed six franchise agreements in atlanta philadelphia and pittsburgh now the business model let's veterinarians either open their own housecall practice or expand an existing practice to include making house calls mvs just started offering the franchise opportunity three months ago at the end of the year they expect franchises to open up in florida nevada south carolina georgia texas and oregon elisa's e nbc news radio fifty four year old actress brigitte nielsen is pregnant so investor stallone's x posted a picture of her baby bump on instagram this week and it's gone viral nielsen has four boys already and they are all over the age of twenty three the actress who played ivan drago wife in rocky ford has been married to an italian born tv producer since two thousand six and this is their first child together brian shook nbc news radio the latest from koa newsradio colorado's newest supreme court justice is the judge who presided over the aurora theater shooting trial governor hickenlooper has appointed judge carlos some more junior to fill the seat vacated by retiring chief justice nancy rice judson more is known for his sharp judicial mind his open mindedness and his devotion to the rule of law the rule of law is one of the is one of the cornerstones of democracy and it's one of the things that distinguishes the united states from countries like china or russia so more came to colorado at age thirteen from his native el salvador his father had been a judge there and refuse to do the government's bidding they had the flee the country in colorado his father worked as a school bus driver to support the family moore is a graduate.

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As Alberto drenches the Gulf Coast, inland flooding is now the focus

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As Alberto drenches the Gulf Coast, inland flooding is now the focus

"Storm alberto were still a dangerous depression after making landfall on the gulf coast these folks stuart florida say the storm has been packing quite a punch to hurricane frances genie equal to that wars iran iran into the we've got one little center bathroom and i ran into that cbs's laura podesta says forecasters are now predicting risk of flash flooding as the storm moves over alabama georgia tennessee and the carolinas berto is bringing heavy rain throughout the southeast says it slowly moves inland the system made landfall on the florida panhandle as a subtropical storm bringing violent surf and high winds officials closed beaches but some people were determined not to let the treacherous conditions ruin the memorial day holiday to kind of wait for this for months at a time it's been a really fun morning and surf the storm claimed the lives of two nbc journalists when a tree fell on their suv during storm coverage in north carolina former president george h w bush is currently at a hospital in bedford main cbs's chip reid is there with the latest on the ninety three year olds condition former president bush was brought here with low blood pressure and fatigue and that just might have something to do with the fact that this is a very busy time in the life of a ninety three year old man on saturday mr bush joined fellow veterans at a pancake breakfast to commemorate memorial day just last week he flew here from texas and arrived to a hero's welcome and in april he attended his wife barbara's funeral in texas and developed an infection the next day that put him in the hospital for almost two weeks the bush family spokesman says bush senior is expected to stay in the hospital a few more days for observation and police in methuen arrest a man who made a swift break in through a dunkin donuts drive through window surveillance video shows a man pushing open the dunkin donuts window shortly after midnight sunday he then jumped into the building immediately turned around and hop back through the window he was nabbed a short time later for breaking it entering wbz news time eight eleven chris palmer now in.

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President, Jim Mcgrath and Mr Bush discussed on Hugh Hewitt

"A spokesman for george h w bush has a ninety three year old former president is hospitalized after suffering low blood pressure and fatigue spokesman jim mcgrath has tweeted the former president will likely remain hospitalized for a few days mcgrath also says mr bush's awake alert and not at any discomfort the forty first president is undergoing treatment at southern maine healthcare and the town of bedford a hospital spokeswoman says the bush family will release all information regarding mr bush's condition that's correspondent andrew stewart the polish defense minister says he's been talking with us officials about having thousands of american troops permanently stationed as a deterrent in poland poland is concerned for its own and the region security following russia's annexation of the crimean peninsula its support for separatists in eastern ukraine and other steps that are viewed as hostile news and analysis townhall dot com.

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President, Bush and Mr Bush discussed on Labor Press' Blue Collar Buzz

Labor Press' Blue Collar Buzz

01:52 min | 5 years ago

President, Bush and Mr Bush discussed on Labor Press' Blue Collar Buzz

"Immigrants have been found near death in a stash house on the texas mexico border during a search law enforcement authorities found thirty nine illegal immigrants who'd been smuggled into the country the temperature inside the home was one hundred fourteen degrees and not enough water for all of them they were hidden in a stash house in eagle pass texas waiting for a ride north from human smugglers special agents arrested one us citizen who is a longtime suspected coyote valley your reporting water authorities say the woman who was beaten and held captive for two days at gunpoint by her boyfriend escaped when she convinced him bring their dogs to an animal hospital then slipped a note to a staff member the daytona beach news journal quotes the sheriff's office as saying thirty nine year old jeremy floyd was arrested at the land animal hospital he is being held without bond of domestic violence and other charges news and analysis at townhall dot com a utah freeway becomes a makeshift runway for a small plane and distressing login plane went underneath an overpass in ogden saturday either before or after landing and collided with a car no injuries were reported vehicle sustained minor damage in the plane also did not appear to be significantly damaged it's not immediately known why the pilot had to make emergency landing on interstate fifteen and there may have been a second person on board the aircraft corresponded rhonda rockstar former president george hw bush hospitalized in maine after he experienced low blood pressure and fatigue just after two pm jim mcgrath a spokesman for the ninety three year old former president said he was awake alert and not any discovered he said that mr bush would spend at least a few days in the hospital for observation a spokeswoman said that all information would be released by the bush family more on these stories at townhall dot com.

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