21 Burst results for "One Eight Eight Years"

Former Rangers captain Ryan Callahan calls it a career

Paul Murnane

00:11 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former Rangers captain Ryan Callahan calls it a career

"Captain Ryan Callahan Has retired at the age of 35. He spent the first eight years of his career at the Garden before being traded to Tampa Bay. Back in 2014. It's 12 44

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The Most Rewatchable Films Off All Time!

Filmhaus

07:52 min | 10 months ago

The Most Rewatchable Films Off All Time!

"I asked all of you to pick five of your most reliable movies even as I'm here now. I'm thinking of other movies that I would have put on my list to Adam do you want to kick us off with one of yours absolutely? My number five is more of a movie. Batman begins and for me. That's because it has a four x structure James Unconventional. It basically created the modern superhero movie. It was the one that I think we all wanted and they finally figured out how to make it. And there's really no downtime. There's a little bit once once. The Second Act ends Bruce's coming back from being a Ninja. There's a little bit of time but even then it just keeps going well. I think that's part of it too. It feels like the movies constantly restarting like. It doesn't lose the momentum that you got from the last thing. But if almost feels like buster scruggs like it's like and now a news story in this world you love except that it it still builds on the stakes of the previous one. So yeah you have the beginning and you have what you have him going going here. It's Ninja Studies. But then flashback of him as a kid. Yeah and then but then it goes then it goes all right now. He's back in Gothenburg. There's more to this than just him being Ninja. It's him in Gotha somewhere between forty five minutes. An hour between forty five minutes in an hour until he becomes Batman Which is the that is. The best way of doing every other version has been high and Michael Keaton. I'll be Batman today. I hope you enjoy the film kids and then it just there. It's interesting that you liked that because I feel like mostly my gripe with a lot of Origin movies is. Oh you're it's the wait to get to that point and you're like just have them be it already. I think is Batman begins it so well and it had not been done before other than you got taste of like in the animated series and. I think it was like fracturing. This is on the tip of everyone's talking about if you if you just did a few things man and then they'd knocked it out of the park and it was. It's so damn good. I think that that's like probably the one Batman movie other than the dark night but dark knight even a watch. Jerry the Was He the joker parts. But like Batman begins. I love from beginning to end. See I know. I've definitely seen dark knight more than I've Seen Batman begins. I saw dark knight three times in the theater rich but I understand the news. Twelve years ago cheaper. I understand the difference that you're expanding because they think dark knight is one coherent story. That is just snowballing. Whereas Batman begins is like like you know these restarts again and again and it's way easier to be like I'm just GonNa Throw Him Batman begins and watch it. Yeah and infielder and tear to your point at least taking awhile. I think probably because audiences were ready for this. It's more satisfying when you get to Batman instead of just getting right away like you learned to appreciate it like you go. Oh this journey because remember. There's a guy who worked at the time he's like why has Bam Entry Ninjas stupid as a 'cause he trains jerk compelling to watch as well a lot Lindsey one of the movies on your list. I actually knew this was one. Eight year your. He's talked about buying definitely easy to put a Christmas movie on like a Rewatch ables list of because you have the opportunity every year to have those feelings and this is my number one holiday. Christmas rewatch -able movie. I watch it every year. I made you guys all watch it and put it. I bought it on Amazon Prime. Tell me lousy with the movie watcher itself. Oh thank you you never said the movement. Sorry I have eyeballs. Oh a lot of lead up and then you're GONNA build fit. I thought it was building to James. Caan you're a big fan of and the actor who played the kid overall favorite movies. Now I love it so much. Because it's it's that feel-good movie I mean it's a holiday movie so that's like Bilton but it's just really funny Yeah Yeah it's a great holiday comedy. I I remember walking away from this movie and being like I like the two thirds of it and it's charming guy. That's and that's why we're lucky that we have a will. Ferrell holiday movie. That isn't Daddy's home. Two good that we have this they were GONNA call that. Daddy's homer Yeah L. Flake. I think you hit the nail on the head with Chris Movies They. They need to be engineered for that. Yeah because that's the sign of a good lasting. Chris movie like home alone. I've seen more times than I can say to. The it's Christmas story marathon. I was GONNA say as long as it's better than a Christmas story and kids have to grow up watching that anymore. Oh God yeah. So here's the I think the interesting thing about a Christmas movie is that it should be about more than just. Christmas is like hard about Christmas. But it's about way more than just Christmas. Yeah like family. You kinda reunited so it's it's a from a different time when you could. You could mock little people. Yeah well That man went on to be tearing Lancaster. And what have you done with your life me not a lot not a lot. James. You hit the nail on the head with twenty years. I've seen this movie a billion fucking times gladiator. Yeah Wow yeah well. It's because there are lots of obviously we could see the movie. Certain people were putting in and stuff like that but I was like. I was like well action movies. Sometimes there's an action movie that you can watch and of course there's dumb ones like you can put any dumb silly action. Movie that's digestible on there. But gladiators like an epic and I couldn't imagine watching an epic scale movie historical epic type movie like this over and over again but gladiator. I have like I remember. I was in a Latin class in high school and the teacher didn't care at all about teaching and would be like We're GONNA watch gladiator. Nice it's like we're gonNA teach you about gladiator classes and long enough to watch all gladiator. Come back the next time says. When do we stop and then you go? I think it was what he was fighting the goals. Which is like the first fifteen minutes of the movie go? Okay you'd start there wouldn't finish and then you'd you'd end up watching gladiator again and again. I watch gladiator in two different classes in high school. That's pretty good But yeah it's just like I just think it's so digestible when you think about some of the other movies in this genre it's like exodus gods and kings and like like these big scale historical drama pieces and stuff just didn't none of them. None of them are is fun is gladiator is in my opinion. It's a dense movie. It's also covers a lot of ground here. there's not a lot of misunderstandings two and half hours pilates two and a half hours but like kind of like we're saying about some of those other movies it like has several start. It's like okay. Well there's the beginning part of the movie Where he's he's soldier but then there's the part where he's training and then there's the part where he's leaving rebellion and like it so there's all these like restarts and stuff. Yeah I honest I still think this is one of walking penises best performances and I feel like it's a role that you would never see him again. Oh Yeah Russell. Crowe no keep Russell Crowe. I'll never liked this ever again. Heartthrob Sexy Action Lead Caesar Cut. I've never seen this movie. It's real good yeah. He didn't joy in a lot is like I'm going to say that a lot about some of the films early. It's okay I mean if you ever wondered we're doomed got his mask from. You should watch glad I will watch a lot of these movies. I'm sure but yeah no. I Love Gladiator. It's pretty it's weird because it was one of one best picture and like people in hindsight were like really gladiator. And I'm like yeah because it's just because it's like a popcorn action movie doesn't mean it doesn't deserve the acclaim. It

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Tips For Dealing With Anxious Kids

Short Wave

10:34 min | 1 year ago

Tips For Dealing With Anxious Kids

"Today on the show life gets corey. Turner and Anya Chemnitz. Give us tips for dealing with anxious. Kids I want you to meet a little boy from Central Ellen Oi at five he loves to draw and wear capes and play with the Wooden Sword that his dad made by eight or nine he also has this constant pit of the stomach. Feeling that something's about to go wrong. He's scared of storms and high places when he flies on an airplane he can clearly feel it breaking in half and imagine what it would be like to get sucked out most most of the time. Nobody else can see all of this worry and he doesn't talk about it because it's either normal. Nobody talks about it or it's not normal. That's super embarrassing. Finally after forty years he describes his fear to someone else a doctor. The WHO very quickly gives a name this shadow. He's been living with all his life anxiety. And this is a hard story for me to share on on you because it's my story. This is me and I'm sharing it because it's also a lot of other kids stories right now and this episode. This is all about how we grownups can help them. So they don't have to live quite so long in the shadows. Thank you for Sharing Cory. Thanks for listening hard. I know I know but I really respect it because you know childhood is a growing issue right now. It's one of the most important mental health issues. He's out there. Researchers have found that one in five kids will experience anxiety that rises to a clinical level before Leci- now most of that experts say won't last no but some will without help where we going so we are going to Dr Danny Pines on campus It's in building fifteen at the National Institutes of health north of Washington. DC and. I'm here because in my research on childhood anxiety nearly everyone. I've spoken with has asked me the same question. Danny Pine people I really respect told me they really respect a guy named Danny Pine. Anytime would be a great person to talk to you about that. Dr Danny Pine Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at the National Institute Institute of Mental Health. And he's one of the world's top anxiety researchers will so the main thing to know about anxiety is that it involves some level of perception about danger so when somebody's anxious or afraid they're concerned about harm harm. That hasn't happened yet and that's takeaway number one. Anxiety is fundamentally a fear of the future and all of its unpredictability. We're all born with some anxiety because we need it. Young children are naturally afraid of strangers. That's an adaptive thing they're afraid of separation. That's an adaptive thing. These fears have have stuck because they've helped keep us safe but full blown anxiety happens when these hardwired fears get amplified. It's somebody turn up the volume volume and they last longer than us most when it goes into the one to two month range. That's that's where parents should really start Thinking about it worrying about it. Danny suggests your child's pediatrician is a great place to start we. We should also say corey that our understanding of why anxiety affects some kids but others has really changed and parents reach out to us and we heard this question. Can I passing anxiety the onto my kids. The answer is yes it is somewhat genetic but we also know that stressors in a child environment are also really influential triggers. There's like poverty bullying violence in the neighborhood. Racism or factors even closer to home like abuse or apparent addiction. All all of these can increase a child's risk of anxiety. Now take away number to look for the signs of anxiety. We spoke doc with a colleague of Danny's Dr Crystal Lewis. She's also a clinical researcher at NIH who provides therapy too anxious kids we just look at the level of interference appearance for the symptoms We look at yes avoidance behaviors. But are there things that child really wants to do or needs to be doing and they can't do those things and so if you feel you're you're hitting a wall in terms of trying to get the child to do those things that might be another Indicator that You know we should get some help so Rachel Imam in Belgrade. Montana says her six year old son is avoiding something that for. Many children is their favourite part of the school day. He doesn't like recess he just started kindergarten. Mom Mom I love school. I don't like recess so unstructured time seems to be the worst and it's not just recess. We have like a super cool splash park in our little town and he refuses and I'm not going to drag him. I'M NOT GONNA draw a crying kid out and stick him in the water like that's not fun. We heard this kind of thing from so many parents corey. I mean. My child is terrified to do something that I know is not gonNA hurt him that. I think that he might actually love what I do. So we're going to go step by step now through some strategies adages that we hope will help. All of you grown-ups out there and your children takeaway number three before you do anything else says Rosemary truly of sesame workshop tried tried to help your child relax. You're not going to be able to move forward until you get them to calm down and I think that is just so important. Know what you can do physically only to reset their system so that you can then have a conversation okay. So in that heightened moment how do you break through. It's so important to learn these belly leave breathing techniques because that deep belly breathing. Cleansing breaths is a re centering of your physical Michael System on. You feel like every episode we do we end up circling back to that episode. We did a while ago with cookie. Monster Alma God. How can I forget the the power of belly breathing? Pretty good tried again okay. So let's see you managed to calm your child down what's next takeaway number four. You need to validate date. Your child's fear. We heard from lots of parents who say they really struggled to know how to respond when their kids worry about really unlikely things especially if their fears getting in the way of busy daily routine or maybe a fun. Family Outing Dr Chris. Lewis offered some suggestions. She gives to grownups. Who in the moment? If you'll stymie by what seems like a child's irrational fears. I know that you're feeling uncomfortable right now. I know these are scary feelings. You want to personify personify the anxiety and so you can almost say you know we know that this is our worry brain and so using the language so the kids understand okay. Mom knows dad knows that I'm feeling uncomfortable right now. I'm feeling anxious. I have to admit on your actually use the worry brain line on my kids the other day I said Oh sorry guys thousand my worry brain I love it I love it. Yeah and here's another. Don't from Rose Marie if your child's afraid of something say like a tornado or a car crash believe in. Don't just tell them. Oh that's never gonNA GONNA happen so no matter. How rational you think the fear is? You need to validate it and make sure your child feels heard. Quite this makes me think of that. Mom We heard from earlier Rachel all the one whose son was terrified of splash park. I mean is it ever okay to just make your child do what they fear. This prince suspected Dr Danny Pine Takeaway number five one of the things that we've learned from watching kids over time and helping kids who are having problems with anxiety diety is that we've learned how important it is to face your fears. Okay so this is a tough assignment for some parents because they know just how stressful it can be for their kids to do something. That's new that they're worried about but we heard the same thing from every single expert. So here's Dr Louis. The more that you avoid or don't do certain things things. It's almost implicitly teaching the child that there is a reason to be anxious or afraid. So it's important that children understand you know things are going to be difficult in in life. Things are going to be scary. We can do them as I say and I tell some of my patients you can feel scared. That's okay we're going to do it anyway. And that sets us up for takeaway number six help your child build a sense of control. This is crystals job helping kids face their fears. It's called cognitive behavioral therapy and a big part heard of that is exposure therapy and she is a big fan of baby steps. Yes Oh she shared the story of one eight year old girl who was so afraid of throwing up that she actually wasn't eating entering flu season. She was too scared to go to school and kiss. Some of the other kids may throw up. Yes so how do you baby step your way through that just a little little warning. We're about to say the word vomit a lot. We did a lot of practice which included Buying vomit spray off Amazon and vomits Lever Jelly beans. We did a a lot of practicing Up to the point where we create they plate against the point seriously. All you need to know corey is did it work. You're slowly but yes she got to the point where she was in school and One of the peers had vomited in the classroom and she comes into session and she was just like someone vomit in my class and I ran to the corner of the classroom and she's just like didn't help but I was there in the classroom which really showed some growth and so she was just very proud of the progress so she was making in the past she would have ran out of the classroom to the counsel's office and then the school fit like the next week. So Dr Lewis says that US parents when our kids kids are making baby steps on this or really anything. That's hard for them. You know you use small meaningful rewards along the way like maybe picking what movie we watch and family movie night or or maybe they get to stay up an extra ten minutes and so little by little with these baby steps. Your child starts building. Her confidence facing facing your fears is important. But kids don't have to do it all at once.

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"one eight years" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"one eight years" Discussed on KNSS

"Happy Birthday today to actor comedian Orson bean ninety one eight years old today but that frequent guest on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson alright doors bean is ninety one today this is today marks the sixtieth anniversary of the movie for Chiles release in Wichita movie theaters I think a southern Josephina Levin acquired the US distribution rights to the film which he retitled Hercules the only paid a hundred twenty thousand dollars for those rights he called it quote one of the worst pictures I ever saw but I knew it had great appeal there's a market for anything then publicized on TV in it grossed a million dollars in the first week and a half pretty good investment there might just be living star George Reeves Hercules guide mostly naked big muscle man what are much plot that anyone saw interesting that was sixty years ago today is also the sixtieth anniversary of maybe the worst movie ever made plan nine from outer space no this one the late Bela Lugosi a brief cameo in it that the pie plate with the string sets in the job cap is is this a flying saucer I you know nobody really cared about this movie until authors in a book dubbed it the worst film ever made in their book the golden Turkey awards and that the got everybody into plan nine from outer space from the bowels of hell form the race of walking dead zombies guided by a master black box complete domination of the year while I'm at nine starring little marriage Bela Lugosi productive Vampira and poured Johnson as the long their bodies rocket missile jet their definition we power can stop this now green Florida be happening right now while I'm at nine the original titles grave robbers from outer space investors thought that was sacrilegious celebrating its sixtieth anniversary today Happy Birthday to former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole from Kansas ninety six years old today Happy Birthday Bob Dole or so here's a little Bob on the campaign trail is running for president Republican nominee in nineteen ninety six when he stopped in Billings Montana and started singing I thought you gave me a in.

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"one eight years" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"one eight years" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Rivets millions of yours in this one eight years, seventy three episodes forty-seven Emmys and now one final season game of thrones returns to the small screen tonight after not being audit since August twenty seventeen Washington Post. Tv critic Hank stupor on why the HBO fantasy show is so relatable this show. Kind of confronts. I think what we're all feeling deeper down Continente society a culture that is threatened climate chains impending dunes. We can work out all that stuff in game of thrones. And it feels did a billion people are expected to watch tonight around the world all at the same time. Matt piper CBS news foiled again, as a German driver proves there is such a thing too much bling. A thirty one year old driver in Hamburg was recently. Pulled over by police because they said his Porsche Panama is reflective. Gold foil finish was too shiny and could blind other drivers and cause an accident. He was told to remove the foil and reregister the car, but police say he continued to drive it. The driver was stopped again last week. And this time police took his keys papers and license plate before the car. Was towed to garage. He was also fined and told he'll have to remove the foil if he wants to drive it again, thirty say Lamborghini owner with a similar foil was also nabbed by police recently, although he removed his foil after the first request. I'm John Stolnis. Five twenty five time for money news on KYW NewsRadio. Here's Bloomberg's Lisa parental. It's been selling baby formula for a century. Now. Nestle wants to do more for moms specifically, new moms and mothers to be analysts say more women are entering the workforce before starting to family for living. A number of opportunities better financially stable demographic. But also one that educated about air, and you're willing to pay something of a premium Billy Robert senior analyst at Mintel says nutritional products for expecting and breastfeeding women could generate as much as one billion dollars a year in ten years. Another incentive to include mom in the big picture competition in the infant formula business from giants like Danone startups like eight to. Adamant. In Mexico, Canada, and China Nestle is already selling supplements.

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"one eight years" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Now, one eight year old boy also from that Central American country has died in US custody covering the story. Bob, more of the Washington Post. He had originally been held in some holding cells in El Paso that began on December eighteenth. But for some reason on December twenty third he was transferred to what is essentially a highway checkpoint in New Mexico about one hundred miles north of here. It would be a very tiny cell. It was designed to hold a man or a woman for a couple of hours while their paperwork was processed. It was never designed to hold children our families for for several days and the seven year old girl who died in the same general region earlier was laid to rest back into Guatemala in Indonesia. The government is now asking people to avoid island coast near the erupting volcano thought to have caused that's soon. Nami blamed for more than four hundred twenty deaths. So Mira Hashmi is on the west coast of Java for the BBC that is one of the hardest. Hit areas Hami is from the Christian minority and on a day. He should be celebrating his busy picking up the pieces of his retirement plan. I was with my guests are huge wave that went over the yard. I shouted this might be NAMI, I asked the people to move up to the second floor, and then the next wave came in so quickly, but guess who were in the lobby with jogged older waiters road, the special forces still jointly conducting rescue operations with the national search agency across their affected regions also Asia, a very controversial move likely to draw much international reaction after a nearly forty year. Hiatus Japan said it will restart commercial whale hunts next July in its territorial waters. Japan is quitting the International Whaling Commission, which says Wales remained threatened by host of new hazards like climate change Tokyo argues. Most species have recovered serious as Lucy craft in Tokyo checking on the partial government shutdown four days old now heading into day five President Trump appeared to be in. No hurry to get federal employees back to work. I can't tell you what the government's gotta be open. I can tell you. It's not. Until we have a wall fence, whatever they'd like to call it up, but he did seem to leave some wiggle room. When asked if the five billion dollars, he wants for the wall is a concrete number it's complicated because we're getting twenty five billion dollars. It's already pro. But that's for everything. The president also claimed that many of the eight hundred thousand federal employees affected by the shutdown wanted to continue until.

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"one eight years" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Now, one eight year old boy also from that Central American country has died in US custody covering the story. Bob, more of the Washington Post. He had originally been held in some holding cells in El Paso that began on December eighteenth. But for some reason on December twenty third he was transferred to what is essentially a highway checkpoint in New Mexico about one hundred miles north of here. It would be very tiny cell. It was designed to hold a man or a woman for a couple of hours while their paperwork was processed. It was never designed to hold children our families for for several days and the seven year old girl who died in the same general region earlier was laid to rest back in Guatemala in Indonesia. The government is now asking people to avoid island coast near the erupting volcano. Thought to have caused that soon. Nami blamed for more than four hundred twenty deaths. Some ear Hashmi is on the west coast of Jonah for the BBC. That is one of the hardest. Hit areas Hami is from the Christian minority and on a day. He should be celebrating his busy picking up the pieces of his retirement plan, Mukund worthwhile. I was with my guests Marshall huge wave that went over the yard. I shouted this might be NAMI, I asked the people to move up to the second floor, and then the next wave came in so quickly, but guests who were in the lobby with jarred older wages road, the special forces are still jointly conducting rescue operations with the national search agency across defected regions also in Asia. A very controversial move likely to draw much international reaction after a nearly forty year. Hiatus Japan said it will restart commercial whale hunts next July in its territorial waters. Japan is quitting the International Whaling Commission, which says Wales remained threatened by a host of new hazards like climate change Tokyo argues most species have recovered CBS as Lucy craft in Tokyo checking on the partial government shutdown four days old now heading into day five President Trump appeared to be in. No hurry to get federal employees back to work. I can't tell you what the government's gotta be open. I can tell you. It's not gonna be open. Until we have a wall, offense, whatever they'd like to call it, but he did seem to leave some wiggle room. When asked if the five billion dollars, he wants for the wall is a concrete number it's complicated because we're getting twenty five billion dollars. It's already approved. But that's for everything. The president also claimed that many of the eight hundred thousand federal employees affected by.

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"one eight years" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on WWL

"Now, one eight year old boy also from that Central American country has died in US custody covering the story. Bob Moore, the Washington Post he had originally been held in some holding cells in El Paso that began on December eighteenth. But for some reason on December twenty third he was transferred to what is essentially a highway checkpoint in New Mexico about one hundred miles north of here. It would be a very tiny cell. It was designed to hold a man or a woman for a couple of hours while their paperwork was processed. It was never designed to hold children our families for for several days this second child death along the border has set off new demands from congressional Democrats for explanations and accountability from the Trump administration in Indonesia, the government is now asking people to avoid island coast near that erupting. Volcano. Bought to have caused the Sunni blamed for more than four hundred twenty deaths some era Hashmi's on the west coast of Java for the BBC one of the hardest. Hit areas Tommy is from the Christian minority and on a day. He should be celebrating his busy picking up the pieces of his retirement plan worth. Arthri? India? I was with my guests are huge wave that went over the yard. I shouted. This might be Sonoma I asked the people to move up to the second floor, and then the next wave came in so quickly, but guests who were in the lobby with jogged older waiters road, the special forces are still jointly conducting rescue operations with the national search agency across regions also in Asia controversial move likely to draw much international reaction after a nearly forty year. Hiatus Japan said it will restart commercial whale hunts next July in its territorial waters. Japan is quitting the International Whaling Commission, which says Wales remained threatened by a host of new hazards like climate change Tokyo argues most species have recovered CBS as Lucy craft in Tokyo in this country checking on the partial government shutdown four days old now heading in today. Five President Trump appeared to be in. No hurry to get federal employees back to work. I can't tell you what the government is going to be open. I can tell you. It's not gonna be open. Until we have a fence, whatever they'd like to call it up, but he did seem to leave some wiggle room. When asked if the five billion dollars, he wants for the wall is a concrete number it's complicated because we're getting twenty five billion dollars. It's already approved. But that's for everything..

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"one eight years" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Now, one eight year old boy also from that Central American country has died and US custody covering the story. Bob Moore, the Washington Post he had originally been held in some holding cells in El Paso that began on December eighteenth. But for some reason on December twenty third he was transferred to what is essentially a highway checkpoint in New Mexico about one hundred miles north of here. It would be a very tiny cell. It was designed to hold a man or a woman for a couple of hours while their paperwork was processed. It was never designed to hold children our families for for several days this second child death along the border has set off new demands from congressional Democrats for explanations and accountability from the Trump administration in Indonesia, the government is now asking people to avoid island coast near that erupting. Volcano bought to have caused. Sunali blamed for more than four hundred twenty deaths so mirror Hashmi's on the west. Coast of Java for the BBC one of the hardest hit areas Tommy is from the Christian minority and on a day. He should be celebrating his busy picking up the pieces of his retirement plan worth naked. I was with my guests are huge wave that went over the yard. I shouted this might be NAMI I asked the people to move up to the second floor, and then the next wave came in so quickly, but guess who were in the lobby recharged. Older waiters road special forces are still jointly conducting rescue operations with the national search agency across their also in Asia a controversial move likely to draw much international reaction after a nearly forty year. Hiatus Japan said it will restart commercial whale hunts next July in its territorial waters. Japan is quitting the International Whaling Commission, which says Wales remained threatened by a host of new hazards like climate change Tokyo argues. Most species have recovered CBS. Lucy craft in Tokyo in this country trucking on the partial government shutdown four days old now heading in today. Five Trump appeared to be in. No hurry to get federal employees back to work. I can't tell you what the government's gotta be open. I can tell you. It's not gonna be open until we have a wall fence, whatever they'd like to call it up, but he did seem to leave some wiggle room. When asked if the five billion dollars, he wants for the wall is a concrete number it's complicated because we're getting twenty five billion dollars that's already, but that's for everything. The president also claimed that many of the eight hundred thousand federal employees affected by the shutdown wanted to continue until he wins his battle with congress or in chip Reid at the White House. And this is CBS news capitol one is reimagining banking offering accounts with no fees or minimums that can be opened in five minutes Capital One. What's in your wallet capital? One a..

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"one eight years" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Now, one eight year old boy also from that Central American country has died in US custody covering the story. Bob Moore, the Washington Post he had originally been held in some holding cells in El Paso that began on December eighteenth. But for some reason on December twenty third he was transferred to what is essentially a highway checkpoint in New Mexico about one hundred miles north of here. It would be a very tiny cell. It was designed to hold a man or a woman for a couple of hours while their paperwork was processed. It was never designed to hold children our families for for several days this second child death along the border has set off new demands from congressional Democrats for explanations and accountability from the Trump administration in Indonesia, the government is now asking people to avoid island coast near that erupting. Volcano bought to have caused. The Sunanda blamed for more than four hundred twenty deaths. Some here on the west coast of Java for the BBC one of the hardest hit areas Tom is from the Christian minority and on day. He should be celebrating his busy picking up the pieces of his retirement plan. Naked I was with my guests are huge wave rent over the yard. I shouted this might be NAMI, I asked the people to move up to the second floor, and then the next wave came in so quickly, but guess who were in the lobby with jogged the waiters road, the special forces are still jointly conducting rescue operations with the national search agency across regions also Asia or controversial move likely to draw much international reaction after a nearly forty year. Hiatus Japan said it will restart commercial whale hunts next July in its territorial waters. Japan is quitting the International Whaling Commission, which says Wales remained threatened by a host of new hazards like climate change Tokyo argues. Most species have recovered CBS. This is Lucy craft in Tokyo in this country checking on the partial government shutdown four days old now heading in today. Five President Trump appeared to be in. No hurry to get federal employees back to work. I can't tell you whether the government's gotta be open. I can tell you. It's not gonna be open until we have a wall fence, whatever they'd like to call it, but he did seem to leave some wiggle room. When asked if the five billion dollars, he wants for the wall is a concrete number it's complicated because we're getting twenty five billion dollars that's already, but that's for everything. The president also claimed that many of the eight hundred thousand federal employees affected by the shutdown wanted.

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"one eight years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Uniform at any point this season. Just two days after signing a one year deal with New Orleans Dez Bryant suffered what appears to be a torn achilles today in practice. The thirty year old was released by the Cowboys April after spending the first eight years of his career in Dallas ravens QB. Joe? Flacco reportedly undergoing tests for an injured hip this week if he's able to go next weekend it'll be Lamar Jackson under center with for the ravens when they host the Bengals running back. Leonard four navy been out the last five weeks with a hamstring injury. He's expected to play on Sunday in Indianapolis college football games on the top twenty five scoreboard. Four minutes left to play up at the dome thirteenth ranked. Syracuse all over Louisville fifty four seventeen meanwhile, early in the first quarter on the blue turf in Boise, twenty-third rank, Fresno state, and Boise state are scoreless turning to the NBA scoreboard. Four games in progress. Two minutes left in Miami. Heatley the Pacers one hundred to ninety eight in the third in Denver. Nets on top of the nuggets sixty five six. Thirty three at the break in Salt Lake City charity, the Celtics fifty eight to fifty one Gordon. Hayward booed virtually every time he touched the basketball for Boston in his first appearance back in Salt Lake City and in the first quarter in Sacramento T wolves were they twenty nine twenty five lead king Sixers outlasted the Hornets one thirty three one three two in overtime. Joel Embiid forty two points in eighteen boards. This took care of the hawks one twenty four one zero nine twenty two points off the bench for Stanley Johnson. And the magic erased the wizards won seventeen one eight good news for the warriors and Emma O rien. Steph Curry's injured growing, look good. According to coach, the very will miss a few.

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"one eight years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh air. Let's return to Terry's interview from last year with comedian Hasan Manashe his new Netflix series Patriot Act premiered last week and new episodes appear each Sunday. Let's talk about your mother. Talked about how your father decided to marry your mother through kind of hearing about her through word of mouth and seeing a picture. So. They got married they moved to the states, but she went right back to India soon after because she was studying medicine and wanted to complete med school there. So basically for the first eight years of your life. You were brought up by your father with occasional visits from your mother. Yes. Yes. So how much did, you know about her for the first eight years of your life? I definitely knew about her. And as I was growing up, you know, she was doing she got an opportunity to do residency and rotations in New York and then in Stockton. So over the course of my life, she moved closer and closer to us. But so I would see her, but it was one of those things where you growing up with an Indian father who super strict, and then my mom who is just sort of the antecedents to him. That made it really bitter sweet because I really wanted to be around my mom. And it's it's tough being just a kid growing up with an immigrant father and not have having that buffer to be there as much, you know, who's really hard. It was hard. When your mother returned for good to your home in the family was reunited, the families suddenly got much larger because your mother brought with her a five year old girl who you were told was your sister. The sister you'd never met because your mother and father conceived your sister in India during one of his visits. Visit your mother. So you are kind of stunned when you found out that you had this sister that nobody ever told you about why didn't they tell you? My sis- younger sister Aisha was was born in the states and then at two months. After her birth. She went to go live with my grandparents and be raised there. So I didn't officially officially you get a chance to really meet her until I was eight, you know. And so I think you know, the tough thing was again a lot of immigrant households. When you when you come to the states, you don't have the the sort of bandwidth and set up to accommodate a lot of things, you know, my dad is working full-time, I'm at school, and then I'm going to preschool and sort of an after school daycare program. And now we have a newborn my little sister. My my mom is doing residency in rotations. So she's at a hospital all day there. Just wasn't that infrastructure to care for this newborn baby and also financially potential that wasn't there. My grandparents were in India and. And it was set up in such a way that that way. She could be raised and shoes around cousins. And it was an amazing way for her to grow up. Our narratives are very different. She grew up in India like literally it took a village she was around people that loved her and were there for her. And I was this Brown kid who was alone in America with his dad. And so when she came back, I was just like, I hate this person. Like who are you? I just wanted to mom now, I got you. So I'm gonna stop you here because we have a clip from your show homecoming king, and we talk about how you felt about your sister. Is this kind of like intruder came to live with you. So so let's hear that clip. And this is his son Menashe from his Netflix comedy special homecoming king. I hated that Brown so much to be honest with you guys, I.

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"one eight years" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on WEEI

"More in the first four months of Commissioner Roger Goodell had done at that point, in his first eight years Racist people can heap praise on Roger Goodell all they want for the millions and, millions of dollars you. Know the teams just got the TV. Check for whatever. It was two hundred and thirty million five hundred whatever the number, was people can praise Roger Goodell. For that it's it's it's they're not be any other. Harvard Business. School grad, who's got, experience put them in the same. Position they could do the same thing right place right, time all right. Six. One seven? Seven seven nine seven ninety three seven we apologize because we. Know the lines are loaded everyone's that's that's fake apology don't they You know we don't we don't we, don't care about the callers you don't do care about. The callers, John and a truck I care about you John and truck hey I appreciate your caring about me, I do job hey. I agree with you guys a million. Percents about the. Fact little by little while ago you said that you know if, you're sitting at home with your. Hands you stand up for the national anthem no nobody. Does I. Would say, maybe, one, in, three million people actually probably. Stand up and the other fact is you know if, you watch NFL games. All year I would. Say they. Only show the national anthem about. Ten percent of the time in big, games yes playoff games. All the time overnight, they do Super, Bowl, of course they started they started. Showing them early, on, last year because of everything, that was going on and then they decided to stop showing. And by the way John Republic good point what is the NFL in, every network you only talk in CBS. The, NFL network. What's the NFL owns ESPN and FOX what if they all decide don't. Show the national anthem at, all then, did does this problem let's go away I. Would say yeah Most people are taking pictures like, Getty images, or the you know all. All the political photographers I'm sure they will get, their hands on photos but other. Than that it would it would be. Non news running, enough, there you go John. Thanks. For the call.

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"one eight years" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Ideological makeup of that court right if i could second moment of disagreement number one there are a couple of places where i think the replacement absolutely will be more conservative gay rights is one of them i don't think that the new nominee would as justice kennedy did right the oberg grefell decision the decision that famously said there's a right to marriage between people the same sex justice kennedy has also been a moderate when it comes to affirmative action when it comes to abortion rights when it comes to capital punishment i think all of those areas we'll see a flip from five to four to five to four the other way the other thing is and i think this is kind of under reported but just as kennedy was a moderating effect behind the scenes in the way that we see narrow ruling so i think that there were a number of decisions this term for instance the masterpiece cake shop that dealt with the man who was a cake maker and didn't wanna make the cake for the gay couple that was an excruciatingly narrow decision basically we got no law on either side about that i think all of those narrow decisions will now be thing of the past and we're gonna see big bold huge conservatives decisions awhile i i mean some of that i like and some of that scares me the criminal justice stuff totally on board with yeah yeah but what do you think's going to happen in that realm for criminal justice reform well i so i think justice kennedy was however did give a conservative court some pause when it came to issues of capital punishment particularly for minors but i think that you know justice kennedy was part of the heller decision and that was the decision that famously said i were overturned the district of columbia is ban on handguns i mean i don't like i personally don't like anything i'm saying except that i think this will solidify farright court in the area of criminal justice and i think the thing to look for people are very worried about what's going to happen in terms of abortion rights what's going to happen in terms of gay marriage i think the thing that we have to look for going forward isn't do people like john roberts like abortion rights or do people like john roberts like gay rights or affirmative action well we have to look to to see will the conservative court respect prior precedent the rulings that came down when hannity was on the and or will they as they did this morning overturn prior case can you explain to the audience too and this is something that's quite unique in the world of politics where you have a lifetime appointment in california we have term limits if you go to the state legislature your governor for president you can only serve two terms on the supreme court you're there for your entire life or long you want to be there crazy when when someone comes up for before the senate and they're going to vote on whether or not they allow them to to take their place on the court they talk about whatever the hot button issues of the day so today i would imagine it would be a immigration it would be criminal justice stuff maybe sitting immigration thrown in but if you have this lifetime appointment nobody knows what the hot button subjects are going to be like cheers one eight years it could be something to do with technology technology is changing the way we live our lives look at just we talked about criminal justice and you have these twenty three and me and you have dna that's going is that something invisible we'll maybe a future court will decide something like that maybe it's about water never know very true well and i think privacy rights will be it's going to be the clash between emerging technology and privacy rights that in the long term i think will be the thing that we look to in the short term it will be people who claim that they have bona fide religious convictions that prevent them from doing and then fill in the blank like walgreens walgreens pharmacist right and we will have to.

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"one eight years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Point five hey guys what happened to my father in law number of years ago and it was in a parking lot jersey city the home depot he was waiting for someone to pull out and have the car pulled out another car pulled in front of him and kind of off into the spot motherinlaw got out and said listen i'm a heart patient i need those the closer spot later they'd want to hear anything about it there were words exchanged and the next thing i know my father was hit in the face with a beer bottle ended up losing his eyesight in in what i oh my god they call the police they have the guys arrested when my father started the court the police in jersey city actually told him don't pursue this these kids are part of a gang and it may end up dead if they find that where you live for your wife and kid they never pursued it any further that's a damn shame and you know obviously gangsters they're not gonna care they don't care there's not going to be an ounce of combating but is just funny how he's even trying to explain why he needs the closer spot you shouldn't have to he was already sitting there waiting for the spot that's enough right there yeah with the blinker on yeah wow that's a shame ben thanks for your call our people and that just not afraid of jail is that some sort of badge of honor if you go to prison because i mean who would think to throw a beer bottle in somebody's face that's just especially after they told you that there are heart patient yeah yeah i'll just attack you anyway idiots madden pat you're on new jersey one zero one point five wow another beer bottle incident yours was too yeah this is one eight years ago that we're going down to the shore and i had a transam round effect like the plastic stuff that goes around the bottom of the car to make it look lower you know yeah we're following a car and i guess they wanted to get rid of their empties before the the the next exit or whatever that i keep on throwing beer bottles out but they kept hitting my car women i would be high like they thought they were going out to the shoulder but they work were catching the winning hit my car right but we're pulled up alongside and started screaming at him and then i got i got back behind them and then they started throwing all beer bottles at my car on purpose this time of course yes yeah yeah now is they're they're aiming at my car and that was it so i pulled up alongside of them and this time i wasn't nice about it and i put i put him in the divider and and i to this day i really feel bad for doing that you know i was hot and mad at my car i didn't even know how bad my car was gonna look when i looked at it right you know what i saw yeah i didn't give them much room and they overreacted and they hit the shoulder and boom that was it get by going okay i was gonna ask when you say divider you mean literally they they went into a wall well they went into the grass and they couldn't stop all i saw was dust and dirt i was wondering the same thing we're kind of divider wasn't exactly okay well yeah they were probably okay then but still all right hey matt thanks for your call well we want to hear your story there's this story from colorado but involves a mom who lost one of her sons and she's now fighting for her life she grew up in colts neck and it was all kinds of road rage what is the scariest road rage you were involved in one eight hundred two eight three one zero one.

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"one eight years" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

"That one eight year if you oversee a million signup million acres you know whatever it is our business or everything's a path to do that so i'm gary influenced by by buber that idea works my wife is catholic my kids are catholic i'm a catholic church with them every week because i want to be with my family i view it as the same message from whatever direction it comes at saint message traffic decent things bring that divinity out into the day to day world so and i and i know walker believes that it's interesting king quoted buber the letter from birmingham jail i wish walker actually help him put together that letter and by the way martin buber i and now may be as important a book anyone could ever read it's beautiful and that's why you hear someone from private equity who's married to a catholic say i want to bring out the divinity in every walk of life again you're not used to hearing quote moneymen talk like this but that's them too and there are good guys who are rich and they were bad guys who were poor and it's just all around and again we want to bring out the best in every walk of life here on this show and you hear it from every walk of life in from every walk of life in this show and we think beauty is everywhere and that god is everywhere and for those who don't believe in god let's find too we're not excluding anyone here american stories and when we come back the rest of the story steve clint ski are on leadership series and again go to our american network dot org to capture all that we do on leadership music sports history.

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"one eight years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Talk about something right now that i i mentioned eight years ago eight years ago and i remember when i talked about what i'm about to share with you there was an extremely strong hostile reaction on clark stinks so here i go again eight years ago i told you about a study at princeton that found that once you achieved a certain level of income there was no additional satisfaction or happiness beyond that number inflationadjusted that number is roughly eighty five thousand a year there's a new study at purdue university and think i mentioned the one eight years ago was done at princeton a new study at purdue took information from gallup there was a survey of one point seven million people and they found that the happiness you have little bit different methodology of one hundred and five thousand your happiness starts to decline but up to that point you will have generally more happiness because a lot of people feel extreme pressure from bills obligations expenses.

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"one eight years" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

The Personal Computer Radio Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show

"Born and that was a very cool thing and it was very liberating and it made our lives very very different but i don't think anybody when those first phones came out looked at them and said oh yeah this is going to be a device that can diagnose disease and yet that's exactly where we are there's already software hardware but just software programs that are approved by the fda for medical purposes to either diagnose or treat an illness or chronic condition smoking cessation weight loss support for diabetes care there's just a lot of these applications that are out there there's a new one out that i find particularly interesting one of the big fears that parents have is they wonder whether or not their child is developing properly both physically and mentally it's bit scared because there's no good way to know you haven't seen thousands of babies so you don't know whether or not your child is slow and learning how to talk or interact with people or slow to recognize cases you just don't really have a measure of what's the norm in whether your child is in inside or outside that range well there's a company called cog noah and they have built a platform that can use a smartphone application to analyze behavioral traits for children it's designed for very young children from about one eight years old but the big news here is that their system just received fda clearance as a class two medical diagnostic device this is a smartphone app and basically what it does is it asks parents a series of questions about their child how they behave at home under normal circumstances questions about speech about their play activities and things like that and based on an artificial intelligence analytics engine that has looked at enormous numbers of clinical records for children this application is then able to diagnose the child and say whether or not the behavior is within.

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Police evict Trump staff from Panama hotel amid ongoing dispute

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow & Elisa Jaffe

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Police evict Trump staff from Panama hotel amid ongoing dispute

"Sarah sanders though saying if you were surprised by this you weren't paying attention the president's been talking about doing this since the campaign abc's serena marshall joining us from washington thank you so much serena thank you the trump organizations management team at of trump luxury hotel in panama has been ousted after a clash with police stemming from a business dispute abc's linda lopez reports the trump name being chiseled off the hotel now that the trump management team has been a victim from the property police entered the lobby of the trump ocean club international hotel and tower in panama city monday intense moments and shutting between police and trump employees the new majority owner had gone to court to a big the company run by president trump sons citing bad management other hotel and saying it's losing honey trump team at the hotel resisting until police arrived to carry out the eviction the trump organization calling it a designed to long fully seize control over the hotel property lopez abc news komo news time three eleven time to head over to the sportsdesk and a lot of mariners fans very pumped up today they are bosom because well we thing malta reports say the mariners in each row close to way ah one eight year contract with it would obviously reunite each euro a with the arabs now this is being brought about primarily due to some health concerns with mariners outfielders including ben gammel who we learned this morning is going to be out four to six weeks with a strained oblique so i each euro at least if this plays out as we believe it will will be a guy can step in on a need basis pinchrunner late in the game pinch hitter as well will let you know if it becomes official official a number of fifty one may soon find his way back to safeco field as far as the occur mariners are concerned an off day from sprang ball down in arizona they'll get back out tomorrow in peoria against the rockies ed tonight add six o'clock it's the husky coaches shore final coaches showed basketball season will hear from both mike hopkins and jodi win for coach wayne it's going to be a recap on her season which ended last week in the pac 12 terni for coach hot it's looking ahead to the.

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"one eight years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Eight dot com it no one eight years bore my number in the big leagues your notable that there have been two yesterday at the gate when gang was amused by god number eight being you know retiring do you have the right to know he had mind up work no he had a great career so i'm glad we both were big number so i thought that was awesome really big today members love having jahn you got a great radio presidents and i know you you travel light you do a good job and i'm glad that we could keep the entertain the sole korea by the way being in seoul korean what's going on in north korea to ever think about it i bet i thought about it before i got over there at the bar big really don't have it go but by train of thought was a i'm over year and my job is a look in fine players so know once i got in nicosia and i saw the people doing their daily news then noone seemed like having the susan word it will lining my time there was new i have my way of idle beginning agreeing with you we will traveler mike and get a rental go all the game dan you know people are gonna throw place but also brought off they recognised me and you know it it's really both parties go on and couple in fact that you're out well beautiful hey great to have you on and i look forward to seeing you when you come down today jalal thank you thanks opec do you guys very good willie cool hey i'm glad you i'm glad you aligned lee need perspective he knows his stuff is scout he's articulate you know a lot of people talk to well to give you a numbers rhino you.

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"one eight years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"one eight years" Discussed on WTVN

"And finally off to a west palm beach for school when you john you you kept me back over the summer in high school one even in college so i i kept you back so you couldn't go to the next great i did what pavin me back in euro the around a little bit i think now we're coming up on one eight years working around each other oh my goodness i'm rounded up by a couple but not too so what you've talked of that whole why and certainly to one side the money your investment but then the other sided learning and the relationship and starting out with you you you kept reminding me anybody to know what niari and so what london sr you need to be able to communicate with people to help them achieve their goal so over the years have just been trying to get better and better what you thought of that and now to see family at were helping him talking with now over the years that have even grown with me to now look back and go wow i'll make it pretty fund to be there along for the ride and hoped people away from all the pitfall it it'll mean to falling into but they think they're going the right thing and sometimes they end up in a pitfall yep that's true in tony you have uh the unique experience of working with my very first client you've got it and you would dr this long enough and you can talk about nothing to do but every meeting there something new is always something to do happen the up in the continuous process and then the other part of the eu williams skilled in me and you know people are know what tribes off show once are white year it's financial planning infants stop start it continual life is always changing she only after be plain correct it's a process it's not a completion that's out a project it's a process and it's not take it a computer and punching in some numbers and telling you how much you have to put away the meet your retirement goal i mean that's helpful but that's not what financial planning is well when we come back thank you tony and ted when we come back we're going to pick up on.

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