35 Burst results for "Ninety Two Years"

Family Finds Hopeful Message at Florida Building Collapse Site

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

Family Finds Hopeful Message at Florida Building Collapse Site

"One family in Surfside Florida has found some comfort while the search continues for their grandmother Miami resident Mike Noriega is on the scene of the collapse condo building where his ninety two year old grandmother Hilda lived on the sixth floor it was so hard to process because it was like something that's you're supposed to see in a movie but you're never supposed to see in reality amazingly he found a birthday card that was sent to his grandmother flying in the debris I mean what are the chances that that would happen I just feel like it's the gods with comforting us to say either way whatever happened with your grandmother she's okay I'm Shelley Adler

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Pet Resorts, Dog Walking Services Bounce Back From COVID-19 Slowdown

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:10 min | 6 months ago

Pet Resorts, Dog Walking Services Bounce Back From COVID-19 Slowdown

"About pet sitters pet sitters are in high to man. These days as people are traveling more and that is just one example of the way the service economy is bouncing back as people start to emerge from their pandemic lockdowns. Tsa checkpoints screening five or six times as many people as they were a year ago. And of course that means more business for airlines for rental cars for hotels and pet sitters. Yeah i thought about that myself recently. When i went home to colorado's you my ninety two year old dad for the first time in over a year ribs anneli stayed behind in washington where i have a very good pet sitter but a gummy thinking about another pet sitter. I know beverly pickering. Beverly lives in hazel park michigan. Just outside of detroit. She has gone from having practically no customers during the pandemic to suddenly having more work than she knows what to do with. I don't know any pet sitter. That isn't overwhelmed right now and smiling about it. It's so exciting to be working again. We confirm that with the national association of professional pet sitters that snaps for short they say businesses looking up after a long dry spell

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Frailty Is A Thing?

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:33 min | 10 months ago

Frailty Is A Thing?

"I am excited today to introduced to you dr mucci. She has the coolest instagram page. That you're ever gonna wanna watch so her pages linked in the show notes and we are going to discuss. Frailty today which. Until i ran into her. I didn't even know an actual medical thing. So thank you for joining me. Have i so i just thought frailty meant you know i have a very good definition of frailty. I just thought it meant that you started losing the ability to move freely. And then you've told me that there's actual stages and it's a medical thing so why don't you start by telling everybody what frailty actually is to a medical doctor a right. Thank you very much for the kind introduction jets and so frankly is very commonly used announced a families look after all people and they just say oh mommy's a bit freia and she's slowed down a little bit out. Of course they chum failty in medical world as means completely different thing and their definition official definition knees highly if they reduce physiological reserves allocco physiological reserves. This means and why is it important to understand while this happens. As a result of amalgamation wolf three major factors as a result of aging process amalgamated with age related diseases we accumulate over the life span as less side effects of medications. Let me give you an example. What this means. So recent example for my clinical practice beatrice is ninety two year old lady. She's quite fit. Well lead independently. She before the lockdown. Actually it was running classes in a swimming pool oval senior citizens so very engaged with her community and leaving a beautiful life with quote a good quality of life however decreases ninety two and in the lost two three years. Should he'd have a few medical problems into stroke clinic with couple of meanest strobes diagnoses on. Jain ah should also has a little bit okay. High blood pressure. Some kidney disease muggle problems. None of them are actually bad enough to impact on. Have day to day functioning. She takes madison's will. These conditions is on block thin as full day mini strokes or cholesterol tablets. So she's functioning will and then one day should develops really a bad kid named action or you're north talked infection and it was bad enough for her to be a stylized in hospital and what happened. She became very confused. Deal various and rather than spending just two three days in hospital For intravenous antibiotics shea had two weeks admission in hospital because have confusion was resolving and of course what happens told their doubts if they spend a lot of time in in bed completely condition muscles wasted away by them. Homeless admission is keen swimmer. Could not stand to go into a rehabilitation facility and it was good two months before she actually returned home and she was not back to normal cell sure required carrozza assistance required Family to help. And that's what frailities. It's their amalgamation. She did not know that. Race frail have family did not understand why mom sophie to while swimming the day before teaching her class next day hunterston agen and actually swearing which Merited before in. How confused state why this will happen into. It was very traumatic for the families. And that's what i said. I explained frame because of course as a result of a previous mini strokes should have reduced brain reserves and urinary infection. Eat infection there are toxins in the body which up poisoning the brain. Now in you. And i we might not have a major program but had strokes if so bring presents lou and should develop a confusion shays ninety two age related changes to the boogie moss and muscles. Do you know on net. After the age of fifty we use about one to two percent muscle mass every year. So just imagine when you come to ninety two remember. She's actually switch. It wasn't bad But you can't go against the nature so there you go mini strokes causing reduced brain reserves. Shays ninety two year old with reduction in her muscle mass spending two weeks hostile bat eligible kidney problem on the background and of course urinary tract infection led to deterioration that and have completed different individual at the

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Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers, has died

Mojo In The Morning

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Joanne Rogers, the widow of Fred Rogers, has died

"Joann rogers the widow of. Tv's fred rogers passed away. Yesterday she was ninety two years old. It feels really weird following that other story but this one but You know cause of death was given so we don't know how she passed. But joanne and fred rogers were married for more than fifty years. She was a famed pianist. Who had her own very successful. Music career And after her husband's death years ago. So helped. Develop the fred rogers center for early. Learning and children's media at saint vincent college in his hometown of latrobe pensylvania so she really carried on his legacy and his love for kids and ninety two years. Old

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Tommy DeVito, founding member of the Four Seasons, dies from coronavirus

Mojo In The Morning

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

Tommy DeVito, founding member of the Four Seasons, dies from coronavirus

"Tommy devito. One of the original members of the iconic Four Seasons has died at ninety two years old. From, the corona.

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Between Renting and Buying, Unagi Offers Personal Scooters With a Subscription

Talking Tech

07:24 min | 1 year ago

Between Renting and Buying, Unagi Offers Personal Scooters With a Subscription

"These scooters. There are many of them out there. But how many of them can you subscribe to? David Hyman has a company called. And he is offering read full not reynolds but subscription. To instead of paying a thousand dollars for a new scooter David wants to tell you all about subscription. Hi David. How's it going tests you same here or tell everybody what you got. Sure. So We started Nadi about two and a half years ago. Because we felt that there was a market in this game from my own personal experience of people want to own scooters have one in their possession. It's up, rent them on the street and I got frustrated with ridesharing scooters both. From kind of a at Adnan experience, where wrote a lime scooter to a whole foods and I came out with my groceries and? was. Gone because somebody took it wrote away back and I had just bought inexpensive pint of ice cream and I ended up walking home with melted ice cream. And I thought why don't I just own one of these things like Not, not to mention the urban blight, right that the separate conversation I know you're down in. Southern California people can't hit three steps in tripping over one, right so. I just like the ownership model all. and. So we launched to ninety two years ago. Our hunch was correct. We we were selling hundreds a month, and since covid has hit, we are now showing thousands of. With folks s by coming on board to carry our scooter and new Europe Europe photographer being H Photo Outta Rama. Now Sell our scooter. Are Scooters it's the best electric. Scooter. Poured. Electric Scooter you can own this. Don't just take my word for it There's over a hundred reviews online that states the best electric scooter you could have, but it's a thousand dollars and not everyone can afford that. So we've been asking yourself, how have we reach abroad her audience? And so What is this? When is this going? Live this life when you want it to go live? So. So Logging all access is our new subscription service. It is thirty nine dollars a month. No commitment. There's a one time fifty dollars setup fee. And that's it. We bring it to Your Place Felice ambled. It's dropped off by an inaugural represented if You don't have to assemble it. Don't have to deal with the box and whenever you're done with it, we come and pick it up. But. We think that. Indian. That's New York because of the tour. Angeles in New York, city is where we're launching. Correct. If anything ever goes wrong with the scooter we at your door and under twenty four and we just hot swap another one. So you know skewed downtime. And Insurance is included. So, if anything goes wrong with the scooter, if it's stolen or any form of damage. There's an eighty, five dollar deductible. Now you said you started the company based on melted ice cream. So what happens when you ride your scooter to whole foods and walkout in walk into the store to get the Ice Cream? What do you do with your scooter that you are now subscribing to? So you can either lock it like a bicycle regular you locked works. Scooter so light I throw it in my shopping cart. That's what I did. I mean, it is. It's twenty six pounds. It's the kind of thing that you can bring it any cafe or restaurant. You know we we sell thousands a month, the normal use case with our scooters that. You take it. Everywhere you go and we really designed for portability. Normal. Users under not. Ride to. Our or a subway can take it on the subway and then pop out and take it with them. It takes up no footprint on the subway. It's got one plate folding mechanism only weighs twenty six pounds and it's you know how to arrange and it's electric. So it moves along. Nineteen miles an hour. I mean, you know it's gone incredible amount of torque because it's dual motor see can go fairly steep hills with it. And where do you make them? We make them in Shenzhen. Okay. Everything else okay. Correct. But we are in American company eight I'm proud to say, I, think out of every electric scooter company than. Scooters were the only American based electric, Scooter Company. And our customer services you incredible. So we treated like Patagonia were the only electric company that has a phone number. You can call people pick up the phone and talk to you. Now is the reason that sales went up the delete because of the maybe a lot of people don't want to take the bus and be around people and things like that. Yeah, I mean there's been this kind of seismic shift towards quota. Personal transportation people not wanting to get on public transportation, not get on ride shares, not getting share googlers, shared lifts, and so there's a real need right now you know there's especially you know New York skiers are becoming legal on Sunday. There there's you know we went volt markets to start because we couldn't choose between the two. La Is. The scooter epicenter of the planet. But L. New York's got a real need right now. So we decided to launch in. Baltimore. So. Anybody listening. We're now in the middle, the MO, the middle of summer. So when do you expect to start hitting Chicago in Boston and San Francisco and some of the other major markets? I. I'm not going to throw any any M. Any dates but those cities are are the first ones on our list. Okay. But certainly, they wanted to spend a thousand dollars you could buy you could buy one Tamar. Absolutely and you can't finance it on our website is well. But put thirty nine dollars a month into perspective. That's that's a dollar forty a day. New York subway ride today's three dollars and fifty cents for one Ri-. A rideshare scooter from lime were bird is about five bucks. So. Five dollars a ride. For. Daily commuter there's been two hundred dollars a month for grossly inferior product that half the time the batteries are dead or they're broken when you go to them not to mention the issues but share right now so. And it's yours and it's your germs and not somebody else's your germs and keep the streets clean et keeps your neighborhood looking good and it's no different for your city than owning a bicycle and you get a little bit of

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"ninety two years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Shoe shine we need to just go right on over and shine their shoes and whether they get ten issues owner not maybe they got sandals zone it really doesn't matter but that there's a time which we need to have you know some some personal action here may when they do get to well as some Stenson has some stock in chick fillet but I bought about fifteen hundred of these and I gave dollar chick fillet operators and staff number of years ago and so any expressions of a contrite heart of a sincere humility a sense of shame a sense of embarrassment began with an apologetic cart this is you know I don't know Dan Cathy I believe in to be a good man the rapper by the way said something very interesting that was a really intriguing exchange because I didn't when I heard this on the show prep meetings earlier today I didn't catch the rapper's response the latter the the the rapper laughed and said after Dan Cathy offered to shine his shoes and hug him the rapper pretty wisely said and some chick fillet stock now again I don't wanna fall the rapper I think he was joking but he was like put your money where your mouth is forget shining my shoes give me some stock because I gotta believe but you know chick fillet the chick fillet brand is pretty valuable you know back to sharing a moment ago about and and even Dan Cathy a Tony we have to atone I want to atone for anybody who has done horrible things I I wish there was a way for society to atone for a police officer who has his knee on the neck of a of a of a prone black man for almost nine minutes I wish there was an atonement the atonement I think needs to come from the other three officers who watched it happen we are told it has to come from the guy that's going to wind up with the rest of spending the rest of his life in jail for what he did to George Floyd but here's the atonement were seen instead the step mother of the Atlanta cop who shot the guy that had the taser she got fired from her job this week allegedly for being his step mother she was in a leadership position some company fired her so she's gone you see the video of the the the the young black man who was walking down the street in Manhattan and there was a ninety two year old woman I I it's hard for me to even tell you about this case because it is so I think she's walking down the street slowly she's ninety two years old I don't know race I don't know I believe she was white because I saw one video that didn't blur her face but then they started blowing her face to protect right entity anyway she's walking east he's coming west it looks better he pops around the side of the head this poor woman falls to the ground hit your head on a fire hydrant he looked back at just kept walking they've arrested him they found in a restroom he had been arrested a hundred and three times in New York City and he thought it was fine it was sport to hit a woman in the head ninety two years old not her to the ground she is physically recovering but you said mentally she will never be able to go outside by herself again ninety two years old now I ask you and I'm not trying to be provocative I I'm I'm saying this from the heart who's going to call me for him it would be insane for me to sit here in the studio and say come on black America you got tone for that guy that's the only Tolman has to come from him I don't think it's home and needs to come from a system that let him out a hundred and three times but for black people to a tone for what a black man did to a white woman on the streets of Manhattan.

Jean Kennedy Smith, JFK's last surviving sibling, has died

John Howell

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Jean Kennedy Smith, JFK's last surviving sibling, has died

"Jean Kennedy Smith has died she was the last surviving sibling of president John F. Kennedy she also was the U. S. ambassador who played a key role in the peace process in Northern Ireland Jean Kennedy Smith was ninety two years old she was the eighth of nine children born to Joseph and rose

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New York - Jerry Stiller, Comedian And ‘Seinfeld’ Actor, Dies At 92

The Adam Carolla Show

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

New York - Jerry Stiller, Comedian And ‘Seinfeld’ Actor, Dies At 92

"Veteran comic actor Jerry Stiller not younger generations of course as Ben Stiller's father and of course George Castanza's father on Seinfeld has died. Natural Causes US ninety two years old born in one thousand nine hundred seven in New York Mary to end of like I said father to Ben Stiller He was not just known for being Frank Costanza but he was also Arthur spooner on King of Queens. You might remember that as over eighty film and Television appearances it And Mira died in twenty fifteen and stiller is survived by Children Ben and Amy and two grandchildren.

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"ninety two years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Have about blockage get immediate help if you develop unusual or severe stomach pains especially with bloody or black stools the most common side effect is diarrhea sometimes severe if it's severe stop taking one's **** and call your doctor right away other side effects include gas stomach area pain and swelling maybe it's not occasional constipation learn more at Lynn's S. dot com or call one eight hundred L. A. N. C. E. S. S. you may be able to talk to a doctor online visit Lynn's S. dot com sponsored by Allergan and ironwood the insurance stores the one that called Mr at my grandfather Tony was pretty amazing he was an all American swimmer in nineteen fifty seven I miss qualifying for the nineteen sixty Olympics my one hundredth of a second but grandpa Tony wouldn't let the rest of us swim competitively he said he regretted the things that he missed out on because of his constant do you have any regrets do we really want Mr A. asked me to go fishing with him each spring and each fall I always said I would do he said the Canadian national record for catching salmon on the fly thirty two point four pounds he was ninety two years old and I have been there is that why you make sure my siblings and I always included in everything you do well that's one of the reasons is there another one biggest reason is that I think you're all amazing well you're better than average yourself three since eighteen fifty two this is Shonda grand during the shelter in place order all DG DG service departments have been designated an essential business we're open for your automotive service needs Monday through Friday from eight to five PM we continue to monitor the state and CDC guidelines to ensure guests team members in our community are as safe as possible please visit D. G. D. G. dot com to schedule an appointment be happy and be healthy you can stay.

Robert Kolker Discusses 'Hidden Valley Road'

The Book Review

08:34 min | 1 year ago

Robert Kolker Discusses 'Hidden Valley Road'

"Us about the Galvin family. Let's start with the parents. Don and Mimi there. The subject of this book Don really lived through the greatest moments of the twentieth century. He was a World War Two veteran and the two of them put down roots in Colorado after the war and raised a family and had twelve children. The twelve children's span the baby boom the. I was born in nineteen forty five and the last in nineteen sixty five and they were known in Colorado Springs. Colorado is sort of a model family. Everybody knew the Galvin's with their twelve children and the oldest was a football star and dated the general's daughter at the Air Force Academy and all of the boys were Jock simplisafe on every hockey game. They played they were sort of legends at the time but nobody really knew that privately. The family was suffering that that in the end six of the twelve children were diagnosed schizophrenia. And it was at a time in America where there was a lot of shame and stigma around mental illness. Even more than there is now where the parents were often blamed and so it was a secret for as long as they keep it a secret and that just lead to more damage and the youngest children in the family really suffered the most from living in that house full of secrets before we get into their stories. It's interesting that you say everyone knew the Galvin's in Colorado Springs. My cousin actually grew up in an air force family in Colorado Springs and had never heard of them and so it might be that. She's she's younger. She's in her forties now. But I'm curious how you came across this family and their story because you're not from Colorado Springs. Yeah their heyday was in the early years of the academy. Right after the academy opened in the mid fifties that was when the family really started to rise up so they were best known in the late fifties. I know about them because the youngest two children the only girls were friends of a friend of mine. And for years. These two sisters Margaret and Lindsey had been talking with one another about the best way to let the world know about their family but they realized they couldn't do it alone. There was a lot about their family. They didn't even know. I mean a lot of these brothers were fifteen or twenty years older than they were and then of course a lot of the medical records. They didn't have access to and a lot of the stories that their parents told they couldn't necessarily verify on their own. A lot of legends going around and in fact they some of the worst things that happened to the family had been kept from them kept secret from them because they were too young when it happened and so finally they decided to turn to an independent journalists to to cover the family independently to take the story wherever it would lead and they were confident in doing this because they felt that the there was scientific value medical value in focusing on this family and they knew that researchers had been talking to them for decades and they wanted to know what those researchers learned as. Well okay all families. Don't get along perfectly. And I imagine a family with twelve children. Probably even more so where they unanimous in their willingness to collaborate with you to answer your questions be interviewed well aside from being completely gobsmacked by the story and and really could not believe all. This happened to one family. I was pretty convinced in the beginning that there couldn't be a book about this because of medical privacy laws that all all it would take was one sibling standing up and saying what you WANNA book about this family no way and then suddenly it would get very impossible so I worked very Slowly and really took it very easy and over several months I would get on the phone. Maybe once a week with different family members saying so you know your sisters are interested in having a book about your family. How does that make you feel and sort of got took the temperature of the entire family and to my amazement everyone was interested in. Everyone was ready including Mimi. The family matriarch who had been so determined to keep everything secret for so long. She was in her nineties. Ready to talk about it too. She died in two thousand seventeen after you interviewed her. And I want to talk about that interview a little bit because as you mentioned earlier at that time schizophrenia was often blamed on mothers. Yes and and so. She was thrilled to be talking about it from a genetic perspective. You know. We're in the Arab genetics. Now so it it made her feel good to be able to say yes. Well now. We know that it couldn't have been bad parenting that it was genetics and so two that part she was happy but she was really part of her survival instinct and part of what made her so functional for so long was that she could really move past a lot of the unpleasantness in her life. So getting here to talk about unpleasant subjects was not easy and of course. I didn't WanNa get a ninety one or ninety two year old to to do anything. I didn't want to traumatize someone who was clearly in such frail health. So what proceeded was me sitting there at the kitchen table with her and her two daughters were at the table too and every time she would try to deflects the conversation. One of her daughter's would go. Oh Mom and and try to kind of cajole her gently back to talk about the unpleasant stuff and eventually she she was able to really open up about some very difficult things and I was really grateful to get that kind of clarity from her. Twelve children is difficult enough. I mean twelve children. Ten of them were boys even if they did not suffer from mental illness even during the baby boom. That's a lot of kids. Why did they have twelve children? I spent a lot of time sort of looking into that question for dom father. He was Catholic and he was looking for a distinguished life and he wanted to to stand out in some way and it made him feel good to be a pattern familias and so it pleased him to have so many children. And then Mimi who was like a lot of women in her generation a little frustrated that she couldn't intellectually really achieve dreams. She really gave up her college education and gave up and he sort of independent life to be a mother and she gave up a life of culture and sophistication moving out to the boonies which is Colorado was in the fifties to her as a sophisticated New Yorker and so she liked the being having a certain amount of notoriety and fame and accomplishment of having such a large family but more than that I think she was binging on family in a way because of a lot of the losses she had had in her life. She had lost her father when she was younger and a scandal he sort of became divorced from the family and she never really had a relationship with him. She now was in a marriage where the husband was increasingly absent. He was a career military guy who really created a life of the mind and was not an active parent like a lot of fathers in that time period and so really having so many children gave her a lot of company and I came to appreciate that aspect of it. So six of these kids. Six of the were ultimately diagnosed with schizophrenia. Which as I understand it typically emerges in adolescence or young adulthood it. Correct me if I'm wrong but we're there earlier signed. How did they first find out about the first child to be diagnosed? They suspect something was wrong. Well five of the six of them really followed that pattern. They were all twenty twenty one twenty two in late adolescence. When they had their first really visible psychotic breaks. There was one peter who was earlier he was fourteen he. There was real trauma right before that happened. He watched his father suffers stroke but the they were warning signs for for some of them for Donald. The oldest son he really was a very troubled teenager despite being out early so successful and so popular and he would do things like smashed dishes while washing the dishes out of rage or be overly almost gratuitously abusive to his younger brothers when he was left to take care of them. There are certain ways that he should have demonstrated that he wasn't connecting with the world in a traditional way in that it's almost like there is a barrier between him and others and that was very visible even in his teenage years. But it only devolved into psychosis. Once he was in college he would do things like run into a bonfire during a PEP rally or be cruel to animals. Th they were difficult moments that suddenly were wakeup calls to him. That something was really wrong and he started going to see therapists and his parents started shopping for a medical opinion. That could keep him in college and keep the family away from scandal.

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"ninety two years" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on KTRH

"Surprises ninety two year old grandfather with birthday parade you know what gets lost in all this is there's gonna be a few all folks are gonna turn a hundred and they're not going to end up having a party for them because well they're at risk in all I kind of feel like if you make it to be a hundred you make it to be a hundred at that point when you eat what you want when you want you go to bed when you wanna smoke a cigarette smoke a pack who am I to tell you was a stunt your growth you lived to be a hundred years you should just get to do what you and if you go Hey I don't have many more y'all come morning gather around and if I get the virus I get the virus yeah you get to be a hundred you want to go swim in less than thirty minutes after you ate you know they say that doesn't even matter thank you how much of my life on the back I can remember we would go in check and there were a bunch of us kids we go and check into the Holiday Inn when you eat something we have a pool home nobody had pulled back their money as tools nowadays no we have pulled back then and I can remember we would we would we'd eat our burgers and fries and coke they will be ready we have our holiday in tower gonna steal we have our swim trunks owned we read not thirty minutes I'm not kind of like when you get to be a hundred if you want to swallow gum go ahead you know it'll be there for seven years in your belly you know I will be allowed for seven years you can pick through my course and I am going to be there you know what if you want to sit too close to the TV go ahead you get to be a hundred you sit right up next to TV and I was also your mom Virginia mounts allow that point advises pop bottles sit so close to you very what am I gonna ruin my I'm a hard day if you want to cross your eyes go ahead I got news for you know I'm a hundred they don't stick you think about all the things you were told when you were young then if you knew what you know now because I'm a go into adding go blind did not go blind nope not one town still didn't I mean I worried about it as word of mine no worries I really enjoy seeing these stories this is capitalism at its finest companies that are pivoting from their usual operations a manufactured medical equipment liquor companies manufacturing you have taken the distillery line we got one here in Houston Gulf coast distilling and now they're making in our hand sanitizer where they used to make vodka I mean it's it just goes to show you I think this is a ringing endorsement for capitalism I really do because it's at times like this that you begin to realize without the choice of things to buy we take for granted that we live in a nation of stocked shelves I visited third world countries where there's not if you do have money in your pocket there's nothing to buy it is not until you can't buy things because there's nothing to buy did you fully appreciate capitalists being a consumer in this country is a very good thing I was reading a story about how people's habits are changing during this time I went for a walk last night don't I'm not one of those people to go for a walk don't don't judge me but my I did it for my wife from your dad did things for my wife let's go for a walk all right so we go for a walk and everybody's out on a walk she said there's so many people all walks is she walks every day she runs in the morning she walks in the evening she's always exercise that's why she looks like she looks and I don't like outlook and she said I said she said the so many people walks in as well maybe they're always on a walk she said no I walk every day at this exact time there's never people like this entire families out for a walk like it was nineteen fifty but because usually we're at sporting events rather go to kids sporting events I mean you think about it it's kinda wacky that we went from that world to the kids being in a practice that alternatives are and some of it every day that's crazy we didn't grow up that way anyway so now instead of watching sports people are watching apparently according to the search terms sports documentaries because I gotta get your sports fix we love competition I've been watching some sports documents are having a I still can't get over a million dollar baby that that deal that that's I don't know who wrote that but that was it was like they took two different movies what's the Beatles song a day in the life where they took two different songs jam together okay got it a bit it this like they just like I don't wanna ruin million dollar baby for you came out in two thousand four if you haven't seen it I mean I think I'm by the only person hadn't seen so let me tell you what happened okay I want a what happened but I will tell you this by the end of the movie you're gonna go well I thought we were watching a boxing movie what in the hell just happened what did y'all do and then I looked at the end and the credit said then it was based on a story a book of stories call rope burns so I really do think they took some different stories and just made one narration here's Plante's world here's Hilary Swank and now we're gonna have we're going to have you all do a bunch of y'all are going to hike up Mount Everest and then you know you're gonna be watch the movie and you'll understand my point at the end of the movie I was so disturbed by what happened and I again I don't want to ruin it because some of you're gonna hear me say it and go watch it I was so disturbed it's not really that good a movie it won all these awards is not that good a movie I mean I don't have to tell you the set up he's a trainer she wants to be trained she's got some hokey southern accent well you trying my bowels boss you trying might are old hello his clothes were a little train girls miles but if you try you may know gross gross can't fight and of course he's gonna trainer and you know you can take it from there and then it just goes weird it it it goes so incredibly weird do you won't be able to believe it and then you go to your computer you write me an email and you Cesar you're right what the hell happened they hijacked the movie run a model I didn't sign up for that thank god our fast have a good evening survive till tomorrow we'll see you back.

Alice Paul: Feminist, Suffragist, Political Strategist

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:03 min | 1 year ago

Alice Paul: Feminist, Suffragist, Political Strategist

"Are feminists. Today was a suffrage. Est Women's rights activist and political strategist. She brought a more militant fight for the vote to the. Us and steered the Movement for an equal rights amendment. Let's talk about the One and only Alice Paul Alice. Paul was born on January eleventh. Eighteen eighty five in Mount Laurel. New Jersey to William and tasty Paul. Alice was the eldest of four children and was raised in very comfortable surroundings. The Paul Family practiced the quaker faith. Alice leader cited the quaker belief in gender equity as formative in her strong drive towards promoting women's equality. Her mother tasty also had a major impact analysis later work tasty was a suffragette and a member of the National American woman. Suffrage Association herself. Alice attended swarthmore college and graduated with a degree in biology. While there she participated in a variety of extracurricular activities she was a member of student government and she played field hockey tennis and basketball. She was also a celebrated poet classes. Commencement Speaker in one thousand nine hundred seven. Alice traveled to England to work at the would brook settlement while there. She met Christabel Pankhurst. We talked about last week. Christabel introduced Alice to England suffrage movement. It was more militant than what Alice seen in the US. The British women fought under the motto. Deeds not words and took the words to heart. They smashed windows and went on hunger strikes among other tactics. Alice joined the 'cause later saying she broke more than forty eight windows and was imprisoned. Multiple Times Alice returned to the US in nineteen ten and got to work pushing the more radical suffrage agenda. She brought back from across the Atlantic in nineteen thirteen. Alice organized a suffrage parade. Woodrow Wilson had just been elected. Alice plant her march for the day before his inauguration purposefully stealing attention away from the President Xi succeeded in making the suffrage movement front page news but she also made the very problematic decision to ask black women to March at the back of the parade. She failed to appreciate the importance of the diverse movement instead focusing primarily on white women. This is a mistake. She would go onto her. Pete throughout her life in one thousand nine fourteen. Alice founded the National Woman's Party. She was incredibly good at rousing attention for her. 'cause members of the National Woman's Party were the first people to ever pick it in front of the White House during nineteen seventeen. They picketed six days a week after women won the right to vote with the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in nineteen twenty. The National Woman's Party had to decide what to focus on next? Alice was lobbied to work on. Expanding VOTING RIGHTS. More broadly instead. She turned her attention to expand women's rights. Outside of the electoral sphere in Nineteen twenty-three Alice wrote the equal rights amendment to the US Constitution to guarantee equal rights. To All American women. She actually went to law school. In order to be qualified to write its language the was introduced in Congress continually until it finally passed in Nineteen seventy-two still the amendment hasn't officially been added to the US Constitution. Because until recently it lacks ratification from the required number of states. Today it's actually the closest it's ever been the ER as tale is a long and wild story that warrants. Its own whole podcast in fact. We've made one. It's called ordinary equality and it's available wherever you listen. Alice passed away on July ninth. Nineteen seventy seven. She was ninety two years old Alice. Paul fought tirelessly for women's legal progress and equity in the US. She's not a perfect hero rather she's a leader who changed the course of our country's history while also having her fair share of flaws

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"ninety two years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A ninety two year old man with a fever struggling to breathe the potential case of code nineteen honestly I was really surprised surprised because she didn't feel prepared to care for a potential coronavirus patient she says she and her colleagues that morning hadn't had any training yet with the corona virus are they really just reviewed a few things and huddled for a few minutes and they asked us to watch a video the emergency room buzz with confusion they decided to test them the doctor handed sandy a few test tubes and a handful of paperwork to fill out no one knew how to get the samples to the county lab we ended up not knowing exactly how to handle that who did were we supposed to call the career how were the sample supposed to be handled sandy continue to work not knowing for several days whether she's been exposed to the virus a few days later she found out luckily no but with more suspected cases showing up in the region workers in some hospitals were sent home the self quarantine testing was too slow to figure out who was actually infected the testing has been such a debacle and it feels like such an unnecessary diabolical Dr Seema Yasmin is a public health specialist and epidemiologist at Stanford University a so called disease detective I've investigated outbreaks of flesh eating bacteria of botulinum toxin of whooping cough measles mumps all of that regular stuff as well she's been watching coronavirus management at the national level it was really unfortunate she says that in early February just as the outbreak has started to spread beyond China the CDC released faulty test kits so you think okay were you making in a rush these things happen that's fine but we need to quickly iterate but the agency lacked in sending improve test out to local public health departments in sciences outside the government have a lot of trouble getting authorization to develop their own tests another issue is that by the time the CDC was sending out its testing kits to some labs across the state the World Health Organization had sent out test to dozens of countries who by that point had done hundreds and thousands of tests Dr Stephen read from the CDC publicly defended the U. S. approach there's a process of developing test when.

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'Sonic' speeds to $57M debut; 'Parasite' sees big Oscar bump

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

'Sonic' speeds to $57M debut; 'Parasite' sees big Oscar bump

"Tell us a lot this parasite has been out for nineteen weeks and has also been available on digital platforms easy to carry do but it had its biggest weekend yet at the box office I'm deadly serious bong joon ho this film was the first non English language film to win Best Picture in the ninety two year history of the Academy Awards the institution so it's disturbing their neon put parasite into more than two thousand theaters this weekend it earned an estimated five point five million dollars the largest Oscars bump for a Best Picture winner since gladiator in two thousand one hi Ben Thomas

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New York: Assisted Living Facility Worker Accused Of Striking 92-Year-Old Woman

Women In The Loop

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

New York: Assisted Living Facility Worker Accused Of Striking 92-Year-Old Woman

"A queens woman employed as a healthcare worker allegedly punched an elderly woman in the face at a Long Island assisted living facility Paul the Castro reports it happened early Monday morning in east Garden City detective say forty eight year old Andrea Richard struck the ninety two year old victim with her hand causing the victim substantial pain and a black guy Richards was arrested at our home in St Albans on Tuesday night she is facing several charges including assault and endangering an incompetent person police think it is possible there may be other

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"ninety two years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Well you don't think Chris so I think much the authors have changed in the past ninety two years there's a lot yeah they have I you know and not back in nineteen twenty nine there were no black acting nominees NO two thousand twenty we got one yeah how did you feel about the way they handled not specifically that particular clip but generally a whole production yeah I think that the Oscars are smart enough now to acknowledge these problems after the Oscars so why it happened a couple years ago they understand that people are hyper aware of all of these diversity issues and the fact that there is a lack of people who are nominated every year that are not just white however does this make up for it does this balance it out or is this kind of putting a band aid on a deeper problem with the academy and the people who are voting I'm not sure I know that Hollywood reporter does these Oscar diaries I don't know if you saw this yeah the one where the people give their on unvarnished opinion and why they voted why they didn't it is brutal to read some of these opinions about people but this is the mindset of Oscar voters a give you somewhat of an insight into some of these people and I think until they change the voting body more into the get more eight younger people more diverse people we are going to see a huge change in who's being nominated and that to me seems more important or at least that's the thing that's got to change well something I thought was an unintended consequence of the sort of acknowledgment of it through performance was you had all the people of color singing and dancing to make the point and that was just a little bit weird it's a little weird was a little bit weird but I will say to now Monday the opening that she did with Billy Porter was just perfect I look back so I could remember what last year's was when they had no host and it was the queen performance where they had like fake queen with Adam Lambert singing and I immediately forgot it but this was one that I think I'm gonna remember my mother texted me and said who was that it was great so I think that that will actually was a great choice to open with that let's take a listen to a little bit of that opening Janelle Monet and Billy Porter we celebrate all of storytelling all the misunderstood those voices I'll be seeing we will yeah all dressed up he is I'm a couple a couple it's time I think everybody has.

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"ninety two years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"For Chinese military hackers with breaking into the computer networks of the Equifax credit reporting agency back in twenty seventeen and stealing the personal information of tens of millions of Americans U. S. Attorney General bill Barr says Chinese nationals have been charged with an unusually large number of espionage cases about eighty percent of our economic espionage prosecutions have implicated the Chinese government and about sixty percent of all trade secrets half cases in recent years involves some connection with Charles and trump releasing his federal budget today let's get more from reporter Linda Kenny on the president's four point eight trillion dollar budget is an election year declaration of spending priorities Congress will counter with a budget of itself one that reflects its spending wish list Congress and the White House ultimately will meet somewhere in the middle with the final budget plan but that could be months away in the meantime the president's budget offering gives him and members of Congress as well as other presidential contenders plenty to talk about on the campaign trail Emma Craddick presidential candidates barn storming in the state of New Hampshire ahead of the all important New Hampshire primary tomorrow Joe Biden trailing behind Sanders booted judge and Warren he knows that he needs a strong finish tomorrow Biden holding an hour and a half long town hall in Hudson New Hampshire where he talked about all the tragedy he's experienced many you I've lost a lot my lifetime lost a wife and a daughter in a car action I lost my son cancer but I'll be damned if I'm going to stand by and lose my country it will not happen Biden criticize people to judge saying quote this guy's not a Barack Obama the investigation continues after Chicago police officer shot and arm demand to death in the lake view neighborhood early Sunday morning it happened outside ties still for a bar at Ashland in Addison police say when cops arrived an armed man shot a person outside the bar and then tried to run away cops went after him and then he fired shots at police and officer returned fire killing the man interim top cop Charlie back says the officer also suffered minor injuries Yasser who fired there was been transported to medical facility is being treated for bumps and bruises he was not shot but he did fall in the in his pursuit of the offending original person shot by the arm to mail was struck in the neck and cheek he's in critical condition a big night for South Korea and foreign language films the movie parasite took Best Picture the first time in ninety two years that to a of foreign language film took the.

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“Parasite” has won the best picture Oscar, becoming the first foreign-language film to take home the biggest honor in film

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

“Parasite” has won the best picture Oscar, becoming the first foreign-language film to take home the biggest honor in film

"It's a movie if you have seen in fewer can understand without subtitles that is but at the end of the night the joy of victory really needed no translation I'm speechless parasite comes the first non English language film to win the Best Picture award and the ninety two year history of the Oscars bong ju holes class based satire gets four wards on the night he wins also for Best Director best international Film and best screenplay he thanked fellow nominees like Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino and said he would like to cut his onscreen to pieces to share with them I'm also wells Gabriel

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The Frame Oscar Special

The Frame

04:42 min | 1 year ago

The Frame Oscar Special

"Are ready. Let's do it. Welcome to the frame Oscar special from KPCC in Los Angeles. Welcome to the one million breath and the Oscar goes to and the Oscar goes to and the Oscar goes to get anybody. I'M GONNA find you're GONNA give you. Massive snow snowed. Everybody who bought a ticket told somebody to buy a ticket. Thank you I love you if I may be so honored to have all all the female nominees and every category stand with me in this room tonight the actors Maryland you do it everybody else will come on all right all right all right. I'm John Horn host to the frame and joining me is Jacqueline coli editor at Ron Tomatoes Jacqueline. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me John so I know we're only a couple seconds in certified fresh so far. I think you're doing great. You're certified fresh and honestly I would say all the best picture nominees are also pretty awesome. It's probably the highest average on the tomato meter of best picture nominees. We've had in a while so I'm excited to talk about these phones. So let's start with probably the top story. I think of this year's Oscar race twenty acting nominees. One person of Color Cynthia Revo who stars as Surrey Tubman and Harriet. Yeah I'M NOT GONNA lie was extremely disappointed. When I watched each array and John Show read out the nominees few weeks ago? But I wasn't surprised actually just wrote an an article rotten tomatoes discussing this when you talk about the ninety two years of the history of the academy. There's only been thirty. Five Black Women nominated and twenty one of them have been for playing a slave a maid or woman in abject poverty it is an alarming and slightly depressing trend. I would say in the academy's Tastes And when you have performances from Octavia. CBS Spencer and loose Alfre woodard clemency. Jaylo in four inch heels giving us all she could for Hustler's and Aquafina further for well. It's really really alarming for you to say to yourself that this is where we are at the state of the academy. I'm going to hope that this year. We can have parasite as a moment if it wins. Best picture that we can say. We're moving forward. But again Cynthia being the only nominee it's It's a bit depressing parasite. I think has a legitimate chance to win the best picture. Oscar Oscar Think Bong Jun ho who directed and Co wrote. It could win director as well if it wins. The top prize the first foreign language movie in Academy History to take that prize. That is important in its own right regardless of the fact that none of its actors were nominated for performing in it. Yeah and it's also again a trend unfortunately with the academy there have been six previous best picture. Nominations from Asian cinema where none of the actors were honored with an acting nomination and unfortunately parasite kept with that trend this year here however We keep a track at our wars leaderboard and rotten tomatoes dot com of all of the winds of all of the films that are in the conversation and parasite has dominated with over a hundred in twenty five wins and to give you sort of a relative idea. The next winds is at seventy one. So parasite has been dominating with critics groups and with these these various guilds so it's poised to maybe take home the top prize but it really depends on the academy's taste and what those nine thousand members feel about the film later in the show. We're GONNA talk talk about the best picture race. We're also going to hear from some of the directors of some of the best picture nominees including Greta. Gerwig made little women was not nominated for best director. Sam Mendes from one thousand nine hundred seventeen and Bon John Hoult from parasite. But we'll start this Oscar party with some leading actresses three of the five nominees in this category had add the particular challenge of playing real people on Screen Cynthia Rio sharply staring and Renee Zellweger. Who Plays Judy Garland in Judy Yukon? There's an audience other ways. It hears you sing my mouth driving. It was judy takes place in the late. One thousand nine hundred sixty judy. Garland's career is floundering. She's struggling with sobriety. She goes to England perform at a London nightclub and Joplin one thing that surprised me. was that renee. Zellweger wasn't convinced that she could actually pull off as part. I wish I think is so crazy. That's Texas girls for you as a Texas girl I can say we're like deprecating on our talent and always like underestimate ourselves but she absolutely murdered murdered this role I remember. I woke up right in early at the tyrod film festival to watch. Her sort of embody. Judy Garland for this role and it was so I would say mesmerizing.

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Oscars 2020 Preview

Popcorn with Peter Travers

13:37 min | 1 year ago

Oscars 2020 Preview

"HI everybody. It's Peter Travers. Here here with this special edition of Popcorn which we're calling the Oscar popcorn because this weekend on February ninth exactly everybody will be watching. Being the Oscar telecast on ABC and probably having their own little ballot. Like I have here trying to figure out who's going to win this damn thing and if the person I don't like winds pushed I put my money on. That's what really happens. That's what people ask me on the street. So I'm GonNa take you through these main categories and and we'll see what will win what should win and we can argue. You can find me somewhere and we can argue about it. But I'm going to start with with best supporting actress. Because that's how the Academy Awards those that's always the first award that we say Kathy Bates in Richard Jewel. Laura dern in marriage in story Scarlett Johansson in Joe Rabbit Florence Pew in Little Women and Margot Robbie in bombshell so look. There's it's a lot of good people here and I have to say right at the outset. That Scarlett Johansson is one of those rare actors that has a nomination as best actress. Chris and best supporting actress marriage story for Best Actress in here supporting which usually gets you to win one and that usually that it's usually that one but it's it's not going to happen you know I'm sitting here saying did I read wrong. What happened to Jennifer Lopez and hustlers? Hasn't she been in this game since the release Lisa Hustler she has and yet the academy you bad people have decided that J.. Lo just wasn't Oscar material while you're wrong but look we we have to deal with rats here and I'm going to say that the person who will win in this category is also the person who should win. And that is Laura Burn and Laura dern in marriage story plays a divorce lawyer and she's a tough one and let's think of all the Hollywood people that are voting for this award and how every single one of them I'll wager. A BET has their own divorce lawyer and has been through this process. Maybe more than once. Maybe two we're three times to do it. And they find Laura Dern Dunn's in this movie something spectacular it's also one of the few awards. I think that marriage story story is going to win. But Laura Dern has never won an Oscar. This will be her first time. Everyone loves her. We all love and big little lies and I think this is her time on so let her have it all right. I'm moving onto best supporting actor. Tom Hanks in a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Anthony Hopkins in the two popes Al Al Pacino in the Irishman Joe Pesci in the Irishman and Brad Pitt in once upon a time in Hollywood. Look you're talking to a big Irishman fan here so if it was me saying come up for the gold it would be Joe. Patchy I know Joe Pesci doesn't do any publicity. He basically sticks fix to himself. He's probably tough guy in real life as the gangster that he plays in the Irishman but that performance is amazing and won won his first Oscar for another score says he movie goodfellas where he was the most scary gangster. You can see here. He's kind of quiet dawn. So if I'm I'm giving them it would be Joe Patchy but the academy is giving this award and no one. No one can win. This except Brad Pitt. These other people here Tom Hanks Anthony Hopkins Al Pacino and Peci all have won Oscars so they already have the gold. Do you realize his full career. Brad Brad Pitt has never won an academy award game over people. This is it Brad. You're going to get in once upon a time in Hollywood playing a stuntman. It man playing somebody who's been around the business. I think it's irresistible for Hollywood to say I'm going to reject one of my own. Plus he was great in the movie. You seem to hear my voice that I have a little bit of a problem. Yeah I do. Because that's not a supporting performance at all that his part is the equal who of his Co Star Leonardo DiCaprio's WHO's nominated for best actor. So why is he in that category. I think they want to win. And Brad you might as well prepare repair your speech right now okay. I am now moving onto best actress. Cynthia Haribo in Harriet Scarlett Johansson in marriage story. Sir Sharon in little women. Charlie's Sharon in bombshell and Renee Zellweger in Judy. What Best S. actress award so far from the Golden Globes to the critics choice awards has it Renee Zellweger one? She's won all of them. So is there any possibility ability here for something else. I mean. Look what Charlie. Stern did in bombshell. She not only plays Megan Kelly. The makeup geniuses have made her look exactly exactly like her and Charlie's has talked exactly like are they love bio pics there so she should be really strong. Social Ronin is like twenty five years old. She's he's on her fourth Oscar nomination. This is incredible and Scarlett Johansson. Like I said nominated for best. Supporting actress and Best Actress. Cynthia revolt is playing Harry Tubman and she also wrote the song from the movie which is nominated. That happened to somebody last year. Didn't it yes it was lady. Eating Gaga Lady Gaga was nominated for writing that wonderful song from stars born and his best actress. But what did you win. She won best song and that was it so I have to say that again. I would give this award person late to search for Ronin just because I think to be that young and to be that consistently brilliant is amazing and her performance in little women. Is that good. But it's Rene as I talk about. How Hollywood would love bio-pics this is? Judy Garland that she's playing judy. This is one of their own. Did they ever give. Judy Garland her own Oscar Competitive Competitive Acting Oscar. Never and I think for that reason not only will renee Zellweger win best actress but she will win for Oscar. Judy Garland on never had. It's their way of saying Judy. We love you. We were so stupid not to give it to you. And we're going to give it to Rene in honor of you. This is how Hollywood works. It's really crazy. But if you're betting on this you have to bet crazy. Aright best actor Antonio Banderas in pain and gory. Leonardo di Caprio in once upon a time in Hollywood Adam driver in marriage story what came Phoenix and joker and Jonathan Pryce in the two popes. I look at this category and before I get into. Who Will Win and who should win? I've I've got to say academy what you have against Comedians. And what do you have against Eddie Murphy. That he's not nominated for Dole. Might as my name what you have against Adam Sandler who proved his dramatic chops in uncut gems. Like nobody can believe and yet they have it they only like to give Oscars to actors serious actors who played comic roles. Ause they hate anybody who's making a living as a comic to actually win this war so this year's been going along I've had this feeling that this was Adam drivers to lose that performance in marriage story is one of the best things he's ever done or that I've seen this year and yet there's this other guy and who's that other guy he's Joaquin Phoenix plane joker. Sometimes there's that kind of performance sometimes. There's there's one that just so dominates the screen. That is such an act of immersion of from an actor in a raw. Yeah Joaquin was scary. He was sometimes funny. He was always touching even though he's playing somebody who's totally out of his mind and a lot of this movie his in his mind. What Cain has been nominated several times before and never one Joaquin? This is yours. I can't believe any set of circumstances. Stances if you WANNA bet the whole house on something and somebody to win it's going to be Joaquin Phoenix as best actor for joker game over all right. We're ready now to move on. I'm going to best director now. This is one of the most exciting categories because these people will these particular men and save and because Hollywood as wont of decided that even though there were more women directing movies than ever before four last year. They couldn't find any to nominate which is of course absurd because Greta Gerwig directed little women which is nominated as best picture and they. I thought no I'm just GONNA do five men like we always do what happened. You people sort of learned a couple of years ago when you nominated Greta. GERWIG quick for Ladybird didn't give it to her. But you nominated her. The KADEMI is ninety two years old. Now how many women has given an academy award for directing one. And that's Kathryn Bigelow for hurt locker. Ninety two years one award hang your head in shame name anyway not knocking any of these men that did get nominated. But there's one in there that I would sacrifice for Greta Gerwig but you you try to guess who that is anyway. Here they are. Martin Scorsese the Irishman Todd Phillips. For Joker Sam Mendes for nine thousand nine hundred Seventeen Quentin Tarantino eighteen. O for once upon a time in Hollywood and Bung June hope for parasite every one of these guys you can make a case for. Martin Scorsese Z.. To me is a master the grandmaster who only has one Oscar for directing and then the Irishman is doing some of his best work. Ever Quentin Tarantino. Not No with once upon a time in Hollywood is also a peak form and yet I'm saying this category is going to between two other the directors one of them being the South Korean Vong June Hall for parasite a Foreign Language Film. That seems to have got everybody excited about what's possible and then Sam Mendes for nine hundred seventeen a world war one movie that is constructed to look like it was done in in one continuous. Take how do you resist that. You don't even though I think they would really like to give their best director award worked. Bon John. How it's going to be for Sam Mendes for creating a war movie like no war movie we've ever seen before so sam I think think it's yours but if you're getting out there and you WanNa go to Bung Jun Ho? You know you might do it because there's always a surprise in these contests we can't go. Oh by what the odds are we have to go by sometimes the academy saying I have an instinct for this. I have a feeling this is the right way to go all right last category. Are we ready best picture of the year Ford versus Ferrari the Irishman Joe. Joe Rabbit Joker her little women marriage story nineteen seventeen once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite here is is the one you know every year I do this. It's between one or two movies this year. I can't reduce anything to to the Irishman my estimation a classic one for the ages. Martin Scorsese. Ed Is Best Robert De Niro Pacino. Joe Patchy making a mob movie about old-age age about the end of a mobster. This is the punishment that they get for the lives they live. There's nobody in their lives there alone. It's a tragedy Quentin went and Tarintino. Once upon a time in Hollywood is writing about Hollywood in the sixties and about a time that he thought was the last creative burst of Hollywood Hollywood and doing that. Nineteen seventeen again the World War One movie shot to make it look like. It's one continue steak and parasite a movie about a Korean Rian family in which they exploited the people they work for and then are exploited by the people working for them it is a classic. These are four incredible classics. So what am I gonNA do. What am I going to tell you? What's out there that you have to say? This is the winner and I'm going to go with with all excuses. No excuses in fact to my love for the Irishman. But I think this is the year of Quentin Tarantino. I I think once upon a time in Hollywood being a love letter to Hollywood and being voted on by people who live and work in Hollywood Quentin Tarantino despite right brilliant work with pulp fiction inglorious bastards reservoir dogs Django unchained has never won a Best Picture Oscar or a best director Oscar. Never it's never happened. What better time than now? When he saying Hollywood I love you? I think it's time Hollywood to say to Quentin Tarantino. I love you back back. So you've got it watch the show and afterwards we'll have a discussion.

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"ninety two years" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on WJR 760

"Post a job on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash search zip recruiter dot com slash search this is John green and if your teeth are stained from coffee tea or smoking power swabs is the answer in five minutes you'll see two shades whiter teeth and in seven days six shades even better there's no messy strips or trays that you have to leave in your mouth for an hour just swap your teeth for five minutes and you're done to try to power swabs call one eight hundred six seven nine oh nine six nine your bright white smile will have your friends talking about how great you look try it risk free one eight hundred six seven nine oh nine six nine that's one eight hundred six seven nine oh nine six nine this year's Superbowl likely to be among the most wagered on championship game ever fans in Miami say the outcome of the game isn't the only thing will be watching for this Sunday and viewers around the globe the same a wide range of wagers on the table like who will score the first touchdown how long will it take demi Lovato to finish the national anthem the length of the word more even her rendition that over unders at five and a half so many scenarios this forty Niners fan and his son committing to a more permanent result if their team wins it's six Superbowl titles if we get it we're getting tattoos of what they allow V. six father son tattoos events in Clayton novel Miami the tireless in long reigning queen of suspense Mary Higgins Clark died today with a with five children in her late thirties she became a perennial best seller over the second half of her life she was ninety two years old sat Hey Mandy if you don't know me it's probably because I'm not famous but I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's the idea for Harry's came.

"ninety two years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The morning six twenty at night all right then the battle between New York City an immigration and customs enforcement continued over the weekend I serve for subpoenas sun New York City jail officials they want information on illegal immigrants that the city is shielding on the Ritz century laws recommend not coming to California in doing this I mean I'm I want to stop the illegal immigrants who were travels matter where they are but I it's certainly a lot of good stuff here they could attack but they they pick New York City I US immigration forces trying to figure out ways to get the force better cooperation with the century cities states they say that they have the authority under the law to issue the subpoenas but they didn't really flex that power because in the past most jurisdictions cooperated but numbers since trump became president they're all proud to announce that they are centuries ago trump is anti immigrant we are pro immigrant to we're not going to cooperate with trump's ice officials hi there looking for the whereabouts of for illegal immigrants we mention one last week the twenty one year old man who was indicted last week on murder charges they say he assaulted and killed the ninety two year old woman who was pouring through garbage piles looking for recyclables is also a twenty six year old wanted for homicide in his home country of El Salvador he was already released the by New York in defiance of ice requests a thirty eight year old Mexican accused of attempted rape in another thirty eight year old Mexican who's been deported before and served a five year sentence for attempting to import math there now faces drug charges the one that we mentioned was that the murder of the twenty one year old is name is right he's con and New York City said we were going to stand by our century status and they believe well these are arrests these are in convictions so we don't want to cooperate with immigration and customs enforcement and I guess because they feel like these people haven't gone through the justice system you know they just get a they're going to just protect the an illegal immigrant at all costs that's what it seems that is that that's what it I mean they always have a cover story but that the real thing is it's a sanctuary and as long as we've declared sanctuary we're not cooperating interesting thing in Virginia you know there was this big gun rights rally in Virginia today and I was reading a story on it and there is a city in every single Virginia county that is declared itself a sanctuary for gun owners and they will not abide by the gun laws that Virginia is passing which is the root of this demonstration they're passing some gun control laws now add that so now they're invoking century city status and this is this is what's going to happen and and this is why if they're done the progressives very proud of their sanctuary at city stick when it comes to immigration just wait till everybody else picks out whatever log they don't like and declares their jurisdiction a sanctuary now that's that's the beginning a chaos because what's the what's the difference you don't want to follow immigration laws Hey our counties are gonna fall the gun laws about that assault weapons for everybody automatic weapons for everybody or anything of that we're sanctuary you think it's like we think it's legal it is a similar story the FBI is saying that Saudi Arabia is helping its citizens flee the United States after they've been charged with crimes some of the local police officials and law enforcement officials are trying to figure out how but it looks like they might be putting them on private planes yeah and the worst story is apparently a fifteen year old girl by the name of Fallon smart was killed in a hit and run accident and the person that they arrested was a college student from Saudi Arabia and he vanished this happened in Portland Oregon not that long ago Abdul Rehman Samir Nora swerved into a center turn lane accelerated to about seventy miles per hour that's almost triple the speed limit this poor girl was crossing the street to meet her mother that afternoon he hit and killed her and apparently he ran but they caught him he was indicted on a manslaughter charge they had to surrender his passport and we're GPS any still vanished yeah I guess they cut off his GPS in these in a mustache he could amount of the country in a private plane that's what they think that the Saudis did that you're denying it they always did I I know it they always do a good exam desktop we don't no worries was there some crazy story in Orange County was it some wealthy Saudis maybe they were princes and they had a made all the escalating sorry right right that turned out to be a big rock **** and then suddenly those Saudi princes dissident we're gonna yeah I know yeah they were good they were going to be arrested or maybe they were arrested I forget but they would they pose if you're wealthy enough and you don't want to stand for another country said justice system you go the Saudis have a whole fleet of planes on call I will go to the presidential race desk we come back Johnny can't KFI Denmark has this this huge pieces a man arrested for crash in riverside county that killed three teenagers intentionally ram the teen's car which slammed into a tree just off the fifteen freeway the investigation.

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Man Accused of Murdering Woman, 92, Should Have Been Deported, ICE Says

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Man Accused of Murdering Woman, 92, Should Have Been Deported, ICE Says

"New York city's denying a request from immigration and customs enforcement to turn over a queens man accused of murder W. N. Y. C.'s Beth Fertig reports Riaz Khan was arrested last week and charged with murdering and sexually assaulting a ninety two year old woman in south Richmond hill he's being held without bail ISIS con is a Guyanese national whose unlawfully in the country it wanted to take him into its own custody but city law prevents that unless an immigrant has been convicted of a crime not simply charged icicles this policy dangerously flawed it also wanted con detained last fall after he was charged with assault a spokeswoman for mayor de Blasio said the trump administration is politicizing the tragedy and for the city will cooperate in accordance with that slot if con is

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Ex-Pope Benedict calls for his name to be removed from controversial book on priest celibacy

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Ex-Pope Benedict calls for his name to be removed from controversial book on priest celibacy

"Former pope Benedict what's his name removed from a book promoting priestly celibacy in the latest flare up between traditionalists and modernise to the Vatican this is Megan Williams reports from Rome the books supposedly co authored by retired pope Benedict and traditionalist cardinal Robert Serra was set to be published this week with released passages showing it comes out strong against allowing merry men to be ordained after a high level church meeting in the fall that address the priest shortage in the Amazon rainforest pope Francis is expected soon to endorse allowing older men to become priests there Francis supporters say cardinal Serra manipulated the ninety two year old retired pope into the attack on Francis the cardinal has agreed to remove Benedict's name is co author but he insists the former pope had approved

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Two Popes, and One Big Furor After Benedict Weighs in on Priestly Celibacy

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Two Popes, and One Big Furor After Benedict Weighs in on Priestly Celibacy

"Former pope Benedict once his name removed from a book promoting priestly celibacy in the latest flare up between traditionalists and modernist at the Vatican A. B. C.'s Megan Williams reports from Rome the books supposedly co authored by retired pope Benedict and traditionalist cardinal Robert Serra was set to be published this week with released passages showing it comes out strong against allowing merry men to be ordained after a high level church meeting in the fall that address the priest shortage in the Amazon rainforest pope Francis is expected soon to endorse allowing older men to become priests there Francis supporters say cardinal Serra manipulated the ninety two year old retired pope into the attack on Francis the cardinal has agreed to remove Benedict's name is co author but he insists the former pope had approved everything Meghan Williams ABC news

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"ninety two years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Out this is part two of my discussion about my last book your father dear son to live eight hours if you're just now joining us real quickly my father and I had a a nonexistent relationship despite the fact that he was around all the time it was like he abandoned the family was an alcoholic who didn't pay the bills who cheated on my mom nothing like that we just thought of him we meaning my brothers and me thought him is just a mean older and frankly I didn't understand why even had kids I remember promising myself that when I got big enough strong enough I'm gonna kick his **** and literally I would would think about that all the time when I would be big enough and strong enough to keep his but when my dad got to be about nine ninety two years old we have long since reconciled and I told him I think I can probably take you now he said I doubt it in any case my dad and I finally had a long discussion when I was twenty five years old after not talking to him for almost ten years it discussion that I soon would last maybe ten minutes it ended up lasting eight hours that's the subtitle of the book your father dear son to live eight hours so after we got out of the way all the the the antagonism ahead towards my dad and if the flame his life is very difficult life to me we didn't start talking about our lives and one of the things he asked me or told me was that I was not a troublemaker the way my younger brother was in since my dad and I were so candid during this very long conversation I told him no I actually I was quite a trouble maker unlike my little brother I was just more clever and not getting caught he didn't believe me so I told him some of the things that I had pulled off in the last US done I told him was a time of my friend and I threw a brick through the window of some kid in the neighborhood because the kid in the neighborhood had offended us turned out was a white kid in the neighborhood now the neighborhood where I live in south central after living in in near the Pico union area of LA for seven years we moved to south central in nineteen fifty nine I was seven years old at the time and we were the second black family on the block within less than ten years virtually all the white people had moved out and one white kid still was in the neighborhood it was his house that drive through the window through the brick of the window on Sunday night when they were watching bonanza I know they're watching bonanza because my friend and I sneaked up to the window to see what they were doing before we threw the brick and my dad was appalled by that story and I'm appalled by when I think about it was a stupid nasty vicious thing to have done someone could have been very severely hurt fortunately nobody was but I began telling him other things that I had done I told about the time that mom had a rental car and because it was a rental car I was able to drive it in a much more let's say reckless way than I would have to fit in a car that we own and I took the rental car to the high school where I went to high school Crenshaw high school the scene of the movie boys in the hood we open the gate and put the drove the car on the field the baseball field and I drove the car too what was that with home plate and acted as if I hit the ball and I got in the car and went to first base and then rounded first base and rounded second base and rounded third and drove the car and home base and slammed the brakes and slit and we laughed and laughed and laughed off with a buddy of mine and I decided that I would drive the car over the pitcher's mound and I drove the car so fast over the pitcher's mound it got stuck and so it's like a turtle elevated where the feet or not touching the ground the car was elevated right in the middle of the pitchers mound and the tires were not touching the ground and I would done and gone and gone and the wheels with spend but the car would not move because he was literally stuck on this mound whole leave believe my friend and I thought this is a Sunday night in a few hours you would be Monday and this car be sitting there on the pitcher's mound unable to move into we got out we rocked the car rocked the car rocked the car and try to get at least one of the wheels the touch the dirt and finally one did we able to blast off the mound but for a moment there my life flashed in front of me if I imagine a bunch of school officials are coming up there and figure out whose car this was and then busting me for going on to the field and take in the car and running around the bases and then charging over the pitcher's mound and having the car gets stuck my dad just just shook his head and I said and and then that's when my dad said well lease you haven't didn't nobody got shot and I said dad I can't believe you said that and my dad sort of put his hands on his head and said please don't tell me a story about somebody getting shot and I said well I have one that's close to it in this okay tell me about it well there was a kid in our neighborhood is tough guy and I was a very good gin rummy card player and this guy fancies himself as a good gin rummy card player but it wasn't nearly as good as I us we play for money and I ended up over the course of a couple of hours just just betting nickels and dimes winning almost five dollars from him which was an enormous amount of money I in those days.

"ninety two years" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on KCRW

"Is now being filled voice reports that some of what its scene is so strange researchers initially thought their instruments were broken the Parker solar probe was built to withstand the searing temperatures around the sun it blasted off in August of twenty eighteen flybys of Venus help it adjust its orbit so that it gradually gets closer and closer to the sun so far it's one close by three times coming about fifteen million miles from the sun that's a lot closer than the nearest planet mercury the sun is already looking very different from what we've seen before Justin Casper is an astrophysicist at the university of Michigan he says that one of the biggest findings is something that could explain a long standing mystery why the sun's atmosphere is so much hotter than its surface in apparent violation of like I don't know the second law of thermodynamics he says it's just weird like if you were walking away from a camp fire and instead of getting colder the air got hotter we have to identify some way that energy leaves the solemn travels out into space and then gets the positive he says that Parker solar probe might have just found out how that happens close to the sun there are strange features in a plasma called the solar wind charged particles they're constantly streaming out into space we'd see suddenly us by you can follow where in just a couple seconds the solar wind would start flowing three hundred thousand miles an hour faster these spikes would only last a few seconds or minutes but the nearly double the speed of the solar wind in there so violent they actually flip the direction of the magnetic field in the solar wind around the magnetic field kind of reverses itself and then straightens out again Nikki fox's director of NASA's Helio physics division and was previously the Jack scientist for the Parker solar probe it's kind of like twisting like a rubber hose it wants to continually straighten itself again and so whatever is causing these features as it is straightening out it's giving out energy she says all of this could explain it what's heating up the sun's atmosphere and so to see these so the smoking gun full main questions of of heating an acceleration of the solar wind was just a an incredible thing these results are reported in the journal nature along with plenty of others for example the solar wind rotates around the sun far faster than expected and although the solar system can be a dusty place it looks like the sun vaporizes or pushes out nearby dust we've actually found a dust free region close to the sun and that was fast predicted back in nineteen twenty nine the Parkers solar probe was named after you Jean Parker a superstar in studies of the son who first proposed the existence of the solar wind back in the nineteen fifties it's the first NASA mission named after a living person Parker who's now ninety two years old got to see the rocket launch that carried the probe into space fox visited him at his home in Chicago earlier this year I showed him a lot of the early science data and he was very excited and very moved the probes next approach the sun will come in January its closest approach will be in twenty twenty five when it will come within four million miles of the sun's surface no greenfield voice NPR news this is NPR news KCRW sponsors include Netflix participant media and the Obama's higher ground productions presenting the documentary American factory cultures clash when a Chinese company re opens a shutter GM factory in Ohio awards.

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"ninety two years" Discussed on WSB-AM

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03:59 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Ninety two years of comfort quality in American made furniture hi Mike shields ninety five point five W. SB I'm doubly as senior officers guard knowledge with mouse most accurate dependable forecast flood watch in effect until eight PM Thursday near in north of a line from Carrollton to Athens tonight areas of fog and showers likely on an off isolated thunder shower lows sixty seven to seventy four tomorrow scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms likely at times diminishing after seven PM give or take a couple hours breezy hi around seventy three but then falling in the afternoon on Friday sunny breezy and colder hi fifty eight Saturday mostly sunny high sixty lows thirty four to thirty seven W. SP stormtracker radar showing some showers in the metro in fact there is a significant weather advisory in effect for northwestern the cab and southwestern Gwinnett county's until seven thirty at six fifty seven a strong thunderstorm was located over Tucker or near Decatur moving northeast at twenty five miles per hour seventy one degrees on Peachtree street at ninety five point five WSP Atlanta's news and talk mark arm shows performed before a live studio audience Wednesday needs to you mark here on here you there at seven OO eight eight minutes after seven o'clock this is the mark and show her Monday through Friday six to eight PM on ninety five point five W. SB my whole family's here tonight Debra green the executive producer of the broadcast sure long Gloria the Stoke ask him on the other side of the take out window then there's Maude low low to shock screen your calls programming note tomorrow morning you don't worry about this shocking Longoria I'm filling in for Ericsson at nine AM well it's a little nine Hassler yeah what I say you have on Hassler thanksgiving on thanksgiving come fill in for repair tonight not meant for mine has there tomorrow morning at nine AM and then we'll have a regular show from six to seven big weekend programming wise here on your home of the dogs the dogs are down in Jacksonville J. blacks gonna be there with the team will join us on Friday show and of course the big guy Halloween trick or treat wet weather tomorrow Kirk mail should be on duty all day and actually traffic covers throughout the day as well that being said we had to bump well I match game because of Halloween and the weather so let's play someone asking that's playing lineal Matt skateboarders live in studio the returning champ the queen bee of Malaysia last game it's rainy from the digital desk how are you Darlin filling fantastic marks there great I like that longer race was dressed you guys gonna call fall weather clothing yeah it looks very nice you have a real quick you have plans for a Halloween would you do you know how rolled on Thursday you know your spot yes our own yes or no that's where I'll be in my in my my Halloween costume that's not work appropriate yeah all right so check out there not Rainey's Instagram for all of that will welcome back two millennia match game you'll be playing with the Joe in canton Joe how are you my friend Hey man I'm doing pretty good tell the folks a little about yourself there Joe look for you I'm just driving in the car right now I don't really know what the game is all right are you single or married I'm married I got two kids actually what you do for a living Joe I'm in construction excellent I'll explain the rules of the game in just a second you're gonna be played against dug in calming Doug how are you my friend good evening good evening tell the folks a little about yourself dug married three children out here drive in as well they fully and I'm in healthcare all right excellent so here's it's millennium asking rocky by Rocco's European garage Joe tonight's category a horror movie characters so.

"ninety two years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Carter turned ninety two years old breaking news and analysis said townhall dot com more and more seems colorectal cancers appearing at a younger age we get some notes from doctor Charles Sniderman the Canadian cancer registry has data on nearly seven hundred thousand colorectal cancer reports from nineteen sixty nine to twenty fifteen it shows a gradual increase in cases under age fifty in both men and women which seems to be accelerating current guidelines recommend beginning routine colorectal cancer screening at age fifty if no other risk factors Charles not a Washington European governments scrambling to deal with what could some consider a new threat to life and limb electric scooters from France to Germany Britain to the Balkans various options are under consideration from banning them out right to issuing speeding tickets to forcing users to take a driver's test proponents Costa scooters a leap into the future but critics say they are a new nuisance to pedestrians and cyclists and drivers more in the stories of townhall dot com I'm Rhonda rock strip every child has a mild to moderate symptoms the movie was based on ninety days gives results IRA you with Hewlett fifty two weeks but you PC hi I'm Mary Lou Retton I don't want to talk to you about something and I have that like to talk about until now my menopause all my life I've had energy energy to win gold in eighty four but when menopause hit me with the hot flashes and night sweats I began to feel sluggish every day that all changed when I discovered amber amber and safely relieve twelve menopause symptoms by helping to restore your hormonal balance amber in is one hundred percent drug free estrogen free and clinically tested amber and is America's number one menopause relief supplement thanks to amber and my fear of hot flashes gone my seats are soaked every night and my energy is hammer and a try and see what it can do for you it works it really works each year Walmart Walgreens target another fine retailers nationwide and get amber in today our fathers brought forth upon.

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"ninety two years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"With bandanas your her mother in law and my mother is ninety two years old she always she can help pretty much all around the clock with different people her daughter me and another person comes in the help they are guests are there has been there was recently there was a birthday so we were in there after ten o'clock one I got was when she was come out and that's I mean that's not enough weeks ago there's been no okay all right then first of all you we well you have to answer it but three day notice or use you simply right same or complying we're simply complying now they have to prove that you gad died that you have or that room is created all that noise have to prove it and then you go out you hire a lawyer now here's the good news of hiring a lawyer there are tons of lawyers out there that help elderly people for free to deal with it because that is eight easily fought affection however I do does she want to win against a facility that doesn't want her there I mean that's the other remote yeah because you don't want to lose you down there okay all right but the again she now has a management company that wants her out and so even if she wins the battle you're dealing with that company that's gonna make her life miserable there is nothing to do legally by the way is just sitting in a facility where they they're gonna make your life miserable or they're not I have no idea but the point is you can easily fight that you go to add a elder abuse place there they're listed all over the place that help but the elderly people for free and out there are lawyers who actually specialize in little old ladies about get thrown out of facilities because of noise accusations I mean it's right there it's certified subspecialty all right so try that elder abuse yeah elder abuse attorney out yet only not that this is elder abuse mind you it's just that that's where I go to start the search William hello William yes Sir right my daughter was in an accident the car was totaled somebody hit her she had a car run America not our fault that was on may twenty eight may June third the car was being hallway totals by the the auto dealership it was confirmed brown sixty eleven by the insurance company and then we never got a payment okay July night okay that's from Macerich company of the driver correct the other driver that's correct okay fine yeah but they didn't reimbursed for their rental car when the accident occurred they said oh yeah we'll cover the rental car right we sent multiple emails and how much is calls how much is a rental car fifteen hundred dollars all right where there's a lawsuit against the other driver for fifteen hundred dollars now when you received the check for the car did she sign off and say this is and for all liability the driver may have was there a general liability waiver you know there to do that right now news news you don't sign especially after you've got your money you do not sign anything what you get to do is go after the driver of the car in small claims court and then the driver gets a talk with his insurance company because his insurance company is actually **** him by not paying you and you can take the drivers small claims court and you'll be fine because you're gonna win here it is they accepted liability they paid for the car they just won't pay for my damages which is out of the car rental and that's shirts companies saying Hey you're that Max out on the claim of the ticket number and we owe you will pay you a thousand dollars you say no now do you what we'll take a thousand dollars so you don't have to say different issue so you go back and she said I'll tell you what I'll take twelve hundred I am just to go out and just to go with the insurance company now why wouldn't there sure is company the on the whole because they they sat tolerable in writing and that nearly email group that Hey your rental cars do on actually haven't given up the trash Hey what did it to why date because it's not near the roof on should we got emails from the current company now because you don't have a really you don't have a contract with the insurance company you weren't damaged by the insurance company and you can argue if they've already said we'll pay you then you can argue breach so you take both on the court you're much better off taking the driver to court by the way because taking insurance company court maybe no small deal but you know you can argue that I especially if you have in writing we will pay you all of your costs for the rental and they don't so you can argue a breach because that was a contract based on the fact that the car accident happened but if people understand it's not the insurance company separate fault it's the driver who is at fault and that's all you have to go after the insurance company or just a horse to cover the driver all right let's say you're using a public wifi okay N. 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"ninety two years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"So far this year has skyrocketed by three million dollars. Padres. Officials attribute that to the signing of all star third baseman. Manny Machado Machado, sit help us out. You never know could be the season to at least be better than we've done less viewers and now with an opening day victory fan. Optimism is soaring in Padre land tonight. A ninety two year old man who shot his son in the head last fall and their old town home was sentenced to three years probation today following a guilty plea to voluntary manslaughter earlier this year. Richard PEX, family and friends said the son was abusive to his father, which led to the lenient sentence per the terms of his probation peck will be required remained confined to his home on electronic monitoring device American. Scientists are going to great heights to study climate change CBS news, Peter King explains. Those heights include the highest point on earth Mount Everest. Scientists will spend two months in the bridge to collect samples studied the snow ice vegetation. They'll also try to calculate the amount of dirt on the surface, which they say, we'll tell them more about pollution and its impact on glaciers group will compare each samples with some collector. Nearly a decade ago, and they'll attempt to climb Everest in may Peter King CBS news closer to sea level. Here's Bill Holland. With the latest from Wall Street treaded water today and ended higher tomorrow into the best quarter in seven years with the market up twelve percent. Warren Buffett today observe the economy has slowed down a bit overseas weakness, especially in China as a trade talks drag on plus seasonal factors like snowstorms. He also said America's still the best place to invest in the world, and is a major owner of apple he remarked the jury's still out on their news services. Holiday em. Seven sixty caravan.

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"ninety two years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Dot com. It really is good versus evil. The this is far beyond policy disputes. I said this all week infanticide. I mean, we go back to bed Rourke and Democrats who are not willing to back down from defending a baby born alive being killed. If the mother and the and the doctor choose to what country we living in. What is what is the world's happening here? And the story of the the death of this sheriff's deputy yesterday or this week rather in Washington state happened the day before yesterday is horrifying enough. Forty two year old sheriff's deputy. They haven't had a police fatality in ninety two years in this rural county. Kittitas county in Seattle. The suspect was identified as an illegal Juan Manuel Florez del Toro Mexican city citizen. Who originally entered the country in two thousand fourteen he entered on a temporary agricultural worker visa, he was never documented leaving the country indicated he stayed in the country passed his visa, and of course, his visa expired, and he didn't return to Mexico through a port of entry like he's required to do. So by law. I want you to hear this report from KOMO television about the the murder of this sheriff's deputy who was essentially ambushed was some kind of a road rage case, they stopped this guy. He put them on a he led them on a high speed chase. And then he came out guns. Blazing killed the one sheriff's deputy injured another one shooting him in the leg. The illegal. Incidentally was shot and killed during the gunfight. But I want you to hear about thirty seconds into this report from KOMO reporter in Seattle, but thirty seconds in you hear a college student, a young female college student, and she wants to know why we have to focus on the fact that the illegal killed the sheriff's deputy 'cause you know, murders murder it should just be reported as a murder listen carefully to what she says in. This report about the the nature of the c the cop killer in Washington DC state in Washington state here it is a show of respect across the schoolyard fence for the sacrifice of deputy. Ryan thompson. The kind of respect Mark stripe says is lacking when immigration laws are broken. We gotta have immigration,.

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"ninety two years" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Democrats are back in charge of the house after eight years of GOP control. And today, we saw just how much things have changed in the wake of news that two thousand eighteen was the fourth hottest year on record ever cooler only than the previous three years and that the Himalayas could lose two thirds of its glaciers by twenty one hundred there were two hearing today in the United States Congress on climate change, the first the energy and commerce committee in six years and the first the natural resources committee in nearly a decade over the judiciary committee. There was the first hearing on gun violence in eight years, though, tellingly most of the Republicans didn't bother to show up and in the oversight committee. There's a hearing on a new Bill that would make it easier to vote on other things that included an impassioned defense of voting rights from chair logic Cummings one year ago today. My mother's dying bid ninety two years old former sharecropper. Her last words, where do not let them take our votes away from us. They had four she had fought and seeing people homed beaten trying to vote. Talk about inhalable rights. Boating is crucial. And I don't give a damn how you look at it. There are efforts to stop people from voting. That's not right. This is not Russia. This is the United States of America. And I will fight until the death. To make sure every citizen, whether they agreeing party. Whether their Freedom Party, whether they're democrat whether Republican whoever has a right to vote. Because it is the essence of our democracy. And we could play around and ask why? 'cause and guess what I want to. I wanna be clear. When they look back on this moment, two hundred years from now that they are those who of us who stood up, and they'll be able to say they sit up and said, we will defend they defend it the right to vote because you know, what the problem is. For so many people. Writes pulled away from them. Then they gotta put in laws and get them back pulled away for them. What does that mean? They cannot progress rapidly progress with the rest of society and all that drying to do is trying to control their own destiny. Joining me now for today's hearings. Freshman democratic congressman Joe goose of Colorado who participate in both a climate change sharing a gun violence hearing today a busy day for you, sir. As a freshman, I start with congressman Cummings comments, how central is this broad effort to enfranchise for HR one to what you view is the mandate of the democratic party's new majority. We'll thank you for having me, Chris. I think it's the core of our our agenda and one hundred sixteenth congress is, you know, chairman Cummings is incredibly eloquent. And today was no exception. I thought his remarks were so powerful something that is often lost. I think on folks. Reality that we have many civil rights heroes serving in this congress people like Elijah Cummings are with Jim Clyburn, of course, John Lewis. And so when you hear them, speaking out as the chairman did today with such passion and such credibility on the issue. It's because they were on the front line. So, and of course, the fact that the hearing today in oversight took place on HR one speaks to just how important that Bill is to to the House Democratic agenda one hundred sixteenth congress. So it is foundational in my view. You're in a climate hearing today, which is I think the largest threat that the country implant it faces above anything else that IPCC's says we've twelve years to cut emissions in half. There hasn't been a hearing in six years in one community eight and the other what was it like to talk about the topic? You know, as I said during the committee hearing, it was a breath of fresh air. I believe as you do Chris climate change really is the defining issue of our time. I think it's an existential threat to our way of life. I think about it as a young father is I know you are my wife, and I have. A six month old and in the world that she will inherit and so again, you know, when you think about last year's election, the voters spoke in a very resounding way that they wanted leadership that they wanted to congress that would tackle the big problems. And there is no problem bigger than climate shape..

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"ninety two years" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"ninety two years" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Of the state. You said that word. Roof city. There's no cell phone signals. Oh, okay. So rural area, okay? I don't even I don't even know if you know, just the fact that you can say rural. I think that is. Yes. Welcome to the Andrew Vince ski school of broadcasting today. We're going to be pronouncing are ours. Well, I'll tell you. I candy. Hi, welcome. Well, thank you very much. Yes. I do have. I got a mother. She's ninety two years old you'll cross country skiing. Does she? Oh my gosh. She's my idol me too. Wow. But she has written poetry since she was a child and she still has pencil on, you know, pencil writing on tablets. I would like to copy somehow I have in the past the long way. I wanna do it fast. You'll pay. How'd you do it the wrong way last? I I borrowed them from her what she was reluctant to let me take my house, and I sat there on the typewriter and type them out. Oh, wow. Okay. And I I did some copying of them. But what I want is the original in my computer. And then I want to be able to type it out because when I am making book, I, you know. Occasionally, I'd like to have her hand rid. Oh, sure. Yeah. And she does cartoons and things like that. So I want pictures of her in a cartoon. But she lives. We're in Oregon, actually, Phoenix, Oregon. Lives way out in the boonies. And there's no salary -ception out there. How do I go out to her house and? Get her poems and scan them scan them all. Are they in books like you say, no? They're on envelopes there on paper bags. Oh, wow. Handy at the moment because when she gets a spire cheese got to get it out of her head. Okay. Well, a couple of things you can do they have by wireless portable. Scanners. Yes. And you know, there are about a hundred and seventy dollars not very expensive anymore. I mean, these things used to be like a thousand but not anymore. My only concern with the portable scanner, and yes, it's it real. I mean, it's about the size of a roll of paper towels, but the by me, but I'm talking about like the inside of the paper towel, not the big. Yeah. Is that I'm afraid that she has all this stuff. Like, you said like on paper bags it's on napkins or whatever. You're you're not going to be able to like feed that in. Okay. Yes. And see and the other my other problem with that too. Is that there are these protective sheets? So like if it was like on a napkin, so you'd put the napkin in the protective sheet, and then you run that through the portable scanner is that you get sometimes you get a lot of distortion. So I know it's not going to be pretty, but you really I would really recommend that you buy and it's not big about the size of eight by ten book. Is that by nice flatbed scanner? So you open it you open it up you put the poem on their you close the door. It takes a picture it gets stored onto your macbook windows. Ten whatever may be. And then you do it again. Now, if you get if you get a couple of things that are different sizes, and you could put two or three or four at once that'll save you some time, but you're not, unfortunately, you're not in place where you can use a document feeder. So this is going to be a really manual process. I like to visit with her. So. I want her. I also want to record the story around the poem, which is that's also pretty amazing too. So then we're talking about setting up your phone on a tripod to take a video. And if if voice is not as strong as it used to be you bite their, and they're inexpensive. They're like twenty-five, thirty bucks. They a little Mike that attaches to your iphone. Okay. And you put that on her. Some of them are wireless. You know, let me do this. Let me put together. I'm going to put together a shopping list for you. Okay. Good. Yeah. I'm writing this down. You know, I can't read my writing. Well, let me let me do this. Because this because there are other things in there. I wanna make sure that there's a good light on her. You know, and and then we'll give you some ideas on how you can take all these memories too. But we're talking about a good. You know, Epson canon flatbed scanner even HP and of course alive. Mike alight? Good tripod. And of course, a carrying case because you're going to need to get it all back and forth. And.

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