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Morant, Jackson lead Grizzlies past 76ers, 117-19
"John morant and jaren Jackson junior carried the grizzlies to a one 17 one O 9 victory over the 76ers. Morant was high man for Memphis with 28 points and Jackson headed 22. Both had 9 rebounds as a grizzlies improved to 12 and 9. Memphis pulled away by outscoring the 6 or 63 46 over the second and third quarters. The grizzlies had 60 points in the paint and out rebounded Philadelphia 57 42. Joel embiid provided 35 points 11 rebounds and 7 assists for the 76ers who dipped at 12 and 11. I'm Dave ferry.
The Story of "Cocaine Bear" Is Coming to the Big Screen
"Everybody's talking about the new movie coming out called cocaine bear. Cocaine bear. I talk about this movie when it before I was a movie, but it was optioned and when there were attaching and director and there weren't even actors cast, and I said back then, two years ago, I can't wait to see this movie. Because it's based on a true story of a bear ingesting so much cocaine that he died. But this story is amazing. The story of cocaine bear begins with a body in a driveway. This guy, Andrew Thornton, the second was a paratrooper, a police officer, and a lawyer before he turned into he turned to drug smuggling. And he was moving loads of cocaine into America from Columbia, and he would take his sesta 404 up in the air and make these runs and he was having a ball. But law came to an end in September of 1985 when police discovered his dead body in a driveway and Knoxville, Tennessee, and he had been heavily armed, he had on a bulletproof vest. He was carrying thousands of dollars in cash and also oh, by the way, 77 pounds of cocaine valued at $14 million, which was stuffed into a duffel bag, strapped around his waist. And he might have gotten away with it again, but his parachute didn't open after he jumped from his airplane, and then authorities found the plane about 60 miles away and that began the investigation. Thornton had the directed the aircraft toward the Atlantic Ocean, and he settled on autopilot figuring, I'll jump out now, I have all the Coke on me and the plain old crash in the ocean and they'll figure the guy who was piloting it is dead, eaten by sharks, whatever. But turns out he wasn't the only casualty. In his final drug smuggling moves, let's go to November of 85, two months, a month later. Some hunter finds a dead black bear in chattahoochee national forest, a 175 pound bear. And right near that bear was a duffel bag that had initially carried around 77 pounds of cocaine. This bear came upon it. And he got into the blow, and he overdosed. And as it's already later figured out, by the way, the flight path was, et cetera, that this had to be the plane with the drugs on it, and the guy that died and they put it all together.
Dana Goldberg: We Are Tired of Defending Our Basic Human Rights
"Dana, I read your tweet yesterday 'cause, you know, we can joke and joke, but this respect for marriage act. You were just basically talking about the exhaustion of all of us. That may happen to be gay that we have to continually watch our basic rights to be being put to a vote. Every time. It's exhausting. It was already legal. They had to get 60 votes from senators on something that was already legal. It's the same thing. Every woman, anyone who can reproduce and understands this exhausting process of watching our rights being either stripped away or reinforced by a bunch of people that don't live our lives, they're not in anywhere in my body anatomy. And only 12 Republicans hiring you and I should have equal rights. That's the thing. I don't even think it's true. I don't think most of them care. Who I marry. They just want to satisfy their base, which is even more horrifying. Because then they have no scruples. They have no morals and they're just selling their vote to whoever has the biggest, you know, the highest bidder. That's the frustrating part. Is that I don't think most of those people even care. They just have to follow their party line. You can follow their base, follow their donors. Oh, see, I look at the other way because, you know, 25 years ago, they voted to take away a right from us that we didn't even have what the defense of marriage act. Right. Sure. So to me, this is like progress. This is we're on the good side of it now. Travis, no, a 100%. This is absolutely progress. It's just exhausting. I mean, we knew this one was going to pass. I think we all knew it would pass. We just needed to get the votes, but it's still frustrating that we have that fear if obergefell falls, there's states out there that didn't stop issuing marriage. Women for 50 years, we thought roe was never going to be, you know, that that was safe. And the fact that we have to now, even though the Supreme Court has ruled something, the game here is just legal, we have to go, oh, maybe not. I mean, and somebody said one standard that that's how you know you're a minority. If you have to have ever had to watch your rights get voted on by other people, right to vote, right? To control your own body, right to marry, right? Yeah, and don't get me wrong, Travis, and I hope you know this, and I've said it. This is a huge step forward. It's a big win for the community. And it's a big, it's a big, it's a message to the general public that the majority of people in this country support marriage equality. Period. And that it was sort of indicative of how many senators voted if you think about it, 70% of the country supports this in that sort of what we got was 70% of the Senate. A little bit a little bit less than that, but still.
Immigration Policy Falls on Supreme Court's Shoulders
"Cut from special report last night, there's an argument Supreme Court yesterday, two and a half hours on whether or not Texas and Louisiana can sue the secretary of HHS for failing to enforce the law as it is written. It's very complicated to try and explain it Supreme Court case in a minute. So I took a minute and a half on special report last night, cut number 23. But if you go back, you Hewitt to September of 2021. You had secretary Mallorca, right? In his memo and he says, the following quoting here, the majority of the more than 11 million undocumented or otherwise removable non citizens in the United States have been contributing members of our communities across the country for years. The fact in individual is a removable non citizen will not alone be the basis of an enforcement action against them. The department's personnel are to use their discretion and focus the department's enforcement resources in a more targeted way. And then you look at ice deportations over the past three years. I mean, look at the number right there. 60 9000 bottom right hand and look at the early number, 267,000. Hugh Hewitt, there's a three, almost 300 percent drop in deportations. So they're clearly have chosen not to follow federal immigration law. The memorandum that the secretary put out at the heart of this case poses the complex question of what does Xiaomi in this statute that they're debating things. There's three parts before the court trace. And it looks to me like there are 6 votes to say that Texas, Louisiana, other states consume. And they'll probably get a majority to say that Xiaomi shall do as much as you can. But the remedy, which the chief justice kept coming back to injustice Kavanaugh as well. What do we do if we tell you the memorandum was wrongfully issued? What's going to happen because we can't make ice do things. It's just up to the Supreme Court to say what the law is. The law is going to say, I think that that memorandum was inappropriately issued. But after that's done, the court can't order ice on a day to today basis to go round up people. So we'll be back where we started with a slap on the wrist for the administration, I think.
Sen. James Lankford Reacts to the Senate Passing RFMA
"Senator very disappointing news last night from the Senate 12 Republicans siding with the Democrats to move forward their respect for marriage act. First, I want to get your initial reaction to that news. Yes, painful that there we have 60 folks of a hundred in the Senate that are not paying attention to the most basic thing about religious liberty and the opportunity to be able to protect all families and all points of view. I go back to just 7 years ago, president Obama stands up after the beggar feld decision from the Supreme Court and says, hey, we're going to have good people on all sides of this and we need to make sure we respect all points of view and then now short 7 years later, it's a tilting of the scale to say, hey, if you disagree with same sex marriage, we're going to find ways to be able to isolate you. And even filed now lawsuits against you if you cooperate with government.
"Fame's" Irene Cara Joins the List of 'Unknown Illness' Deceased
"I sat on the other show that we are going to experience a lot of different deaths. I felt a lot of deaths coming. And it wasn't just like COVID related when I said that. Although, you know, obviously COVID has a lot to do with it, but I just said I feel a lot of deaths and then a bunch of people started dying. Comedians die in a Louis Anderson Bob Saget, Gilbert Gottfried. The list was going crazy. Some people tell me, hey, you know, people die. I don't know. I've been a journalist for 30 years, 31 years, 32 years, whatever it is. I'm always reading death notices and what have you. And I just don't remember seeing this many people drop like flies with an unknown illness. You know, Irene Cara, who was such a sweetie pie back in the day. With fame, she dies 63 years old. I know for some of you, that sounds like an old age when you read 30s or so 60. Three, well, she lives a good life. No, I'm 60 now. 63 is going to be her in a second. I don't want to die. I'm sure Irene carrot did neither. So we never get to know these things anymore. Not one person, not one journalist. Can find out if these people who die mysterious deaths were vaccinated. We never get that that bit of information. That would change a lot. Wouldn't it? I mean, probably make a lot of us scared to death facing the future. Those of us who got vax, but what is going on and why don't we get to know? We used to always know when somebody died. Even if it was suicide, they say, took his own life, took her own life, now that stuff is out. That's not do we even know what was in Coolio's system when he dropped that? I mean, I'm sure there were drugs in there. But do we know? Has it been enough time that has passed? So we get to know about the toxicology, I mean, I know you can get toxicology reports back in a couple of days. This is getting ridiculous. God, they do want to do motor vehicle department. It's not that hard to do. No blood type. Like when I go to the hospital, they know what's in my system in an hour. I don't know why these things take 6 weeks.
Mark Meckler: Elections in Arizona Were Not Fair
"You, when you're looking at the survey data, you can't help but think about what's happening right now in Arizona where there is a fierce battle underway, Carrie Lake, who was running for governor, does not believe the elections were fair, even president Trump weighing in. Yeah, and it really, honestly, doesn't look like they were fair. I mean, can I say that it affected the outcome? No, and I don't think anybody knows that right now, but it's pretty clear when you have 60% of the voting machines not functioning correctly, we don't know how many people didn't vote because of that. We don't know whether they were Republicans or Democrats or independents. So really you can't have confidence in the outcome of those elections. I think that's the quintessential example, but we've seen that especially over the last four years over and over again all across the country.
Charlie Explains the Math of Maricopa Voter Suppression
"For the last couple of weeks, I've been pouring over the numbers. I say, how on earth did we get the projections that wrong? How did we get or we were off base and in reality we didn't what ended up not happening is 40 to 50 to 60 to 70 to maybe a 100,000 people based on the testimony today in Maricopa County never voted. They were turned away. The lines disenfranchised them. And Maricopa County has not given a micron of admission. To take responsibility, no, in fact, they blame me, they blame you, and they say, why don't you just vote early? It should not be a risk in America. To vote on election day. Period. It should not be something where you have to wonder if you'll be able to find a parking space. And the weeks that led up, Steven richer was asked by this program and many others, do you have the parking spaces? Do you have the toner issues set right? Cut 29 woman from communist Venezuela play cut 29. This is an honor that I can speak because I come from a communist country and I don't want this to become common this country. My family in Venezuela lost everything. And it was dominion machine somehow interesting. First of all, I would like to ask you about the supervisors. Please help me understand how can Cathy Hobbes couldn't say that if state be allowed to run for the election when she never kills herself, anybody? How is she allowed to run for a governor when she never accused herself as a Secretary of State? Can somebody answer this, please? I've been questioning, why is nobody talking about us over the media? She came from a communist country. She knows what comes next.
World Cup frenzy puts strain on Qatar's camels
"More than a million fans are in the country to watch soccer's big event. There's a lot to do. Take pictures with falcons, wander through the alleyways of traditional markets and ride on a camel's back. Ali jaber Al Ali is a camel herder. He says now we have 60 camels and even with 60 we can't catch up. We can't handle it. It's been busy and crowded. The tourist they love it. Argentina soccer fan Juan gua says it's actually an incredible feeling because you feel like a royal. Before the World Cup, Ali might fetch about 20 camel rides a day. It's been 500 rides in the morning, followed by another 500 in the evening. I'm Ed Donahue.
John Berlau: 'Stocks and Cryptos Will Go Up and Down'
"Opposed to say a Facebook stock, which has thousands of other stocks out there, you know, a similar liking kind, if you would. Crypto is still considered neat. Crypto is still considered, I mean, if you ask a man on the street, ten people, I would be amazed if you got four people that actually understood crypto in Bitcoin and others and the markets how it works to start with possibly less than that. I understand what you're saying about it not affecting others. But the reality is, I think for newer investors, for those who are looking at, don't you think this could actually affect and if not, have we settled a little bit? I mean, maybe Facebook will shouldn't be at 300. It should be at a hundred. Maybe Bitcoin shouldn't have been at 60, it should have been at 16. Where do you see that? I think the big issues. I mean, going up and down generally stocks and cryptos going will go up and down. And that really isn't an issue for it's an issue for the maybe an issue for the individual investor. That's why it's important to diversify, but it's not an issue for public policy. One of the issues with cryptocurrency is that with exchanges you just because of the way the law actually you don't have the same rights as far as being able to access the crypto at whatever value it is. I mean, some exchanges are now doing things like proof of reserves, but generally if they go bankrupt your like an unsecured unsecured credit or rather than having access to that. And there are things that can be done like allowing banks and trust companies to offer trust accounts where there is what's called segregation of assets, but generally now the choice is either either doing that on an exchange where there are less controls about what they do with customer assets. And as far as in as far as legal rights and there are holding it in a wallet of what's called a cold wallet, digital wallet, where, you know, you don't have the risk of the exchange losing it or going by. But then you have other risks like remembering your password,
Chubb's TD run in OT powers Browns past Brady, Bucs 23-17
"Cleveland came through and overtime to defeat Tampa Bay 23 17. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski, not surprised it was a close game and we just I really liked how our locker room responded at a bunch of moments in that game because it's hard. 60 minutes versus good football team is hard. In the extra session, Jacoby brisset through 45 yards to Amari Cooper giving Cleveland the ball at the box three. From there, Nick Chubb bulldozed his way to the house with 19 seconds left. The browns are four and 7, while Tampa Bay is 5 and 6, good enough for the lead in the NFC south. I'm Bruce Morton
Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination
"For folks who don't know anything about you, how did you get into this? Because anybody who's been alive in our lifetimes know that there's been tremendous controversy and confusion around certainly the death of president Kennedy, the death of Marilyn Monroe, and many people haven't even heard of Dorothy kill gallon. What brought you? What is your background that brought you to investigate these things as you have done over the years? Well, you ask about how I got into all of this and I have no idea in some ways very Quinn. President Kennedy was killed 60 years ago, you know, nearly 60 years ago or a little bit more. You know, I like everybody else. I cried my ears out. I was a Purdue university as a freshman. And yet over the years then, I bought all this material about J. Edgar Hoover saying Oswald alone. Oswald alone all of that and everything else. And then I had a real break with this because I knew Melvin Belli, who represented Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald. I practiced law with him in San Francisco in the 80s. And when Belle I died, I started to look into his life and times and I found out that I could have a book there. So I wrote Melvin bell I king of the courtroom. And what I found out was the alarming, a couple things. First of all, he was very close with the mafia, one of his main clients was Mickey Cohen, the Los Angeles gangster. You're talking about but more than talking about Bella, are you talking about Marvin belli was close with the mafia? Melvin bell. Melvin Belli. Bella. Yeah. San Francisco attorney, but also he was known as a tort lawyer. He was a personal injury lawyer. How in the world I asked myself, I mean, you're a curious guy. How did he become Jack Ruby's attorney? So I started looking into that and what I found out was that actually he was a hired by those who wanted to silence Jack Ruby for his participation in the killing of Oswald and the JFK assassination. So
Dogelon Mars Price Prediction; Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Sets Stage For 60x Price Surge
"6 p.m. Tuesday, November 15th, 2022. Dog Elon Mars price prediction, or be in protocol, or set stage for 60 X price surge. Your capital is at risk the value of any investment you make may go up or down, so you may get back less than your initial investment. Dog Elon Mars price prediction or be in protocol or set stage for 60 X price surge mean coins have been in the spotlight lately thanks to Elon Musk, disturbing the already volatile. The post dove Elon Mars price prediction or be in protocol or set stage for 60 X price surge appeared first on crypto news dot net
Litecoin (LTC) Price Analysis: Dips Turn Attractive Above $60
"4 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Litecoin, LTC, price analysis, dips turn attractive above $60. Litecoin started a strong increase above 60 against the U.S. dollar. LTC price is now trading above 60 and the 55 simple moving average four hours. There is a key bullish trendline forming with support near 68 on the four hours chart of the old cussed pair data feed from coinbase. The pair could correct lower but the post litecoin LTC price analysis dips turn attractive above 60 appeared first on live Bitcoin news.
Iran says it enriches uranium to 60% purity at Fordo site
"Iran says it's begun producing enriched uranium at 60% purity at its underground nuclear plant Iran's official news agency described the step as a response to a recent resolution by the UN's nuclear watchdog but you're not elaborate The increased enrichment is seen as a significant addition to the country's nuclear program in Richmond to 60% purity is one short technical step away from weapons grade levels at 90% non proliferation experts have warned in recent months that Iran now has enough 60% enriched uranium to reprocess its fuel for at least one nuclear bomb IAEA director general Rafael grossi is seriously concerned that Iran has still not engaged on the agency's probe into man-made uranium particles found at certain sites in the country I'm Charles De Ledesma
Parts of NY dig out after potentially 'historic' snowfall
"Some record snow gets dumped on parts of western New York as some residents dig out while others brace for even more snow 80 inches of snow and counting that's how much forecasters say has fallen in Orchard park near buffalo 74 inches in Hamburg There's been many other reports over 60 inches so we're talking about 5 feet of snow And national weather service meteorologist Jason allenbaugh says it's caused some damage There's been a few building collapses in Erie county of western New York due to such heavy weight of the snow Governor Kathy hochul says roads are getting cleared and preparation led to minimal power outages This has been an historic storm without a doubt it is one for the record books And as someone who's from buffalo and has lived in upstate my entire life we've seen a lot of snow but when you hit 80 to 85 inches over the course of just a couple of days no event So as it has become the second snowiest November at the buffalo airport I'm Julie Walker
Dangerous lake-effect snow paralyzes parts of New York state
"Residents of northern New York State digging out Saturday morning from a dangerous Lake effect storm that had dropped more than 6 feet of snow in some areas and caused several deaths National weather service meteorologist Zach Taylor says the buffalo area is being hit the hardest with the highest snow totals in Orchard park 77 inches and that is storm total so far Other areas around buffalo have ranged anywhere from 20 to over 40 inches but there's quite a bit of areas on the south side of town that have seen anywhere from 40 to 60 inches of snow And he says it's not over yet This evening and through early next week we're expecting another round of Lake effect snow The NFL moving the Buffalo Bills Sunday home game against the Cleveland Browns to Detroit I'm Julie Walker
Rep. Scott Perry: Who Voted for and Against Mitch McConnell?
"Understand that ten, ten senators voted against speaker or rather leader McConnell. We don't know who those individuals were because it was a secret vote. I'd like to, I'd like to know who those folks are to be perfectly honest with you, congressman Perry, and I'd like to know what Mitch McConnell met when he wants to find common ground with the Democrats on some of the issues. Yeah, I mean, it's stresses me out, of course, as it does all of us. And the answer is, well, if you can't get, if you can't get ten more than ten and a sacred ball, excuse me, what are you going to get in an open ballot? I mean, these folks must have the fear of the good lord in them against about Mitch McConnell as far as finding common ground. I mean, look, the Democrats own the place, they're not interested in common ground. They're interested in a cram down is what they're just going to shove their way through. And of course, as long as there's always a handful of senators to give them what they need to get to 60, a handful of Republicans that they can continue to get everything they want, something has to give here. And
"over 60" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A Suzuki, but the cubs ended up losing to the brewers 5 two and ten innings. The teams will play game two of this series tonight in Milwaukee. Caitlin sharkey, WGN sports. Tom skilling is our forecast in the WGN weather center. More thunderstorms on the way overnight and a heated bias Rick kicks in at noon point runs through 8 p.m. cloudy periods with new thunderstorms developing, they'll be concentrated over 60 to 80% of the area between 11 and 5 a.m. low 72. Tuesday, a few early showers, then partly sunny, turning hot and helmet, temps will search into the night east with heat into seas reaching a hundred to a 108, but it will turn cooler along the Lake. First in the north shore in the afternoon, scattered thunderstorms later in the day, but knight a period of strong or possibly severe thunderstorms with drenching rains possible in a low Tuesday night at 70. I'm Tom skilling and the WGN weather center. The path of thunderstorms that had made its way through the city of Chicago earlier this morning are now crossing through northern Indiana so you could be getting some heavy rain out there. They're also going through southern Michigan as well, but it's mostly cloudy skies for the rest of the area. Temperature wise, 73° little hair, 74. Midway and 68 along the lakefront. Celebrating our 100th year serving Chicago and gave salgado, Chicago is a real, I'm 7 20, WGN. 4th of July savings are popping up now with LG and Lowe's are exclusive insta view kitchen suite includes ranges with air fry, refrigerators with slow melts and craft ice and an exclusive dishwasher you can only find at Lowe's. Save up to 10% and get up to an additional $982 off via rebate when you bundle eligible LG appliances. Save on all the essentials
"over 60" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Is Chris Golan at video games chronicle. Sega has announced its next mini console, which will be based on mega drive two. The mega drive mini two will include 50 mega drive and mega CD titles, including arcade ports, and what Sega describes as a mysterious new work. The console was announced during Japanese Sega live stream, which at the time of writing is still ongoing. The list of games confirmed for the console so far is as follows. You got slip heed for mega CD, shining force CD for mega CD. These are all magazine. Sonic CD means pop full male, virtua racing, bonanza Bros, shining in the darkness, thunder force four, and then magical taruto for the mega drive. And also we got fantasy zone for the new mega drive port. Then we can drive mini two will be released on October 27th in Japan and will cost ¥9980 or $75. Sega has yet to confirm a western release. Iran, is this a thing that interests you remotely? Intellectually, yes, it's cool to see what they're mining out of this, but I haven't bought a mini console since the PS1 and I don't think I ever even played that. So not really. It's not a thing I'm going to buy to play games on. This is pretty much in here as a PSA for the people that might be out there might be some Sega mega drive people. You know, if you've been dying to play magical Taro Ruto on the mega drive again, boom. There you go. Favorite hidden ninja. It's an joke. It wasn't that hard. We weren't going to go too deep with it. All right, cool. I was like, that was one where I was like, I was trying to do like the different all right. Is he talking about mystical ninja goemon? I was trying to find the different reference points that I couldn't find it. It turns out that I need to watch Naruto. Let's round out the story number 6. Samoa Joe will play sweet tooth in the twisted metal TV show. This is Rosie Cordero at deadline. AW's Joe simoa AKA Samoa Joe is set to play the dual role of sweet tooth voiced by Will Arnett peacock's twisted metal. Sweet tooth is described as a hilarious and terrifying hulk of a man who is as emotional as he is cunning. A lover of chaos, this majestic rage filled killer dawns in ever smiling clown mask and uses lost Vegas as his own personal kill ground all he drives his infamous Tuesday ice cream truck. And Ron, what is your hive levels for twisted metal, the show? And why is it ten out of ten hype levels? It's like zero. I've never seen the TV show needs to hit the same level of dumb that the FMV cutscenes were the first game hit. So sweet tooth needs to drive into the mob bosses garage. Give him something and then shoot everybody from the car window. Like that and then leave. That needs to be like the first scene in the show. I honestly, unironically. All right guys. This is getting really bad. I don't know what's going on. My Internet's fine. I don't know, Discord is just having a day. You want to restart Discord? I'm going to restart Discord really quick,.
"over 60" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Bomb flattened a school being used as a shelter, killing more than 60 people on Sunday, Ukrainian officials said, while Moscow's forces pressed their attack on defenders inside Mary pole steel plant in an apparent race to capture the city ahead of Russia's victory day holiday. UN secretary general Antonio Guterres said he was appalled by the reported school bombing on Saturday and called it another reminder that it is civilians that pay the highest price in war. Authorities said about 90 people were sheltering in the basement, emergency crews found two bodies and rescued 30 people, but most likely all 60 people who remain under the rubble are now dead. The governor of Luhansk province said. As Moscow prepared to celebrate the 1945 surrender of Nazi Germany, with the victory day military parade today, a lineup of western leaders and celebrities made surprise visits to Ukraine in a show of support. The newly appointed acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, Christina kvien, posted a picture of herself at the American embassy and described plans for the eventual U.S. return to the Ukrainian capital after Moscow's forces abandoned their effort to storm Kyiv weeks ago and began focusing on the capture of the Don bass. Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky and others warned in recent days that Russian attacks would only worsen in the lead up to victory day and some cities declared curfews or caution people against gathering in public. Russian president Vladimir Putin may want to proclaim some kind of triumph in Ukraine when he addresses the troops on red square later today. Filipinos are voting for a new president today with the son of an ousted dictator and a champion of reforms and human rights as top contenders in a tenuous moment in a deeply divided Asian democracy. Ferdinand Marcos junior, the son and namesake of the strongman ousted in the 1986 army backed people power uprising has led pre election surveys with a seemingly insurmountable lead, but his closest challenger, vice president Lenny robredo, has tapped into shock and outrage over the prospect of another markos recapturing the seat of power and harness an army of campaign volunteers to underpin her candidacy, 8 other candidates, including former boxing star Manny Pacquiao, Manila mayor isko Moreno and former national police chief senator panfilo laxon have lagged far behind in voter preference surveys. Long lines voters turned up earlier across much of the country without any major incident, but in one southern province a security hotspot unidentified men fired at least three grenades on Sunday Night in the vicinity of the town hall compound, wounding 9 villagers who traveled there in advance from far flung villages to be able to vote today. The winner will take office on June 30 for a single 6 year term as leader of a Southeast Asian nation, hit hard by two years of COVID-19 outbreaks and lockdowns. Still, more challenging problems, including a sagging economy, deeper poverty and unemployment and decades long Muslim and communist insurgencies. There will likely also be questions over how to deal with calls demanding the prosecution of outgoing populist leader Rodrigo Duterte, whose antidrug crackdown has left thousands of mostly petty suspects dead and sparked an investigation by the International Criminal Court. For the last two months, heat waves across South Asia have been impacting roughly 99 million people, especially the region's most vulnerable, triggering anxieties about the future. Experts say that the South Asian temperatures are exceeding wet bulb temperatures in which the body stops sweating and starts heating up exponentially. This year, India touched its hottest march in a 122 years, while the same month for Pakistan was the hottest in 60 years. In the past, Pakistan's annual heat wave had killed hundreds in Karachi, which is in the same province as jacopo bad. Colonel Ahmed soomro, a resident of jacopo bad, and the district head of the nonprofit public primary healthcare institute said that every summer many people especially the poor fall sick and die from the heat, right now there are many heat strokes happening in the area. In India, where temperatures reached 47°C, or a 116°F, at least 25 people have died since March due to suspected heat related illnesses. Similar data from Pakistan is currently unavailable, but as the human cost of the unprecedented heat waves unfolds, experts are linking the phenomenon to global warming, Roxy Matthew Cole, a climate scientist at the Indian institute of tropical meteorology, is among many experts who are calling attention to the devastating impacts of human made carbon emissions on developing countries, studies show how global south economies bear the disproportionate brunt of carbon emissions that come mostly from the world's richest countries, and in these countries, the vulnerable populations face the worst. At least 17,000 Indians have died because of extreme heat over the last 50 years, but news reports say that many other heatwave deaths.
"over 60" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"This packed party in Pittsburgh It was half past midnight when police say 200 partygoers largely underage began fleeing The two males were pronounced dead at the hospital The incident took place at an Airbnb Last year's NBA Finals teams are taking care of business to tip off the NBA playoffs the defending NBA champion bucks handle the bulls 93 to 86 and game one in Milwaukee to open their postseason on Sunday Meanwhile out west the sun's handled the pelicans one ten to 99 to take an early one to zero series lead I'm Trey Thomas The new White House COVID response coordinator supports Philadelphia's controversial mask mandate Local officials do have a lot of local knowledge of where is it spreading in which communities they're using other types of data So I have been really supportive of local people making local leaders making local decisions Appearing on NBC's meet the press doctor Ashish gise said it's not useful for those in Washington to second guest a local pandemic response Monday Philadelphia will become the first major U.S. city to bring back its mask mandate New York City mayor Eric Adams is reminding Americans that crime is a national issue not just a New York City one It's not a red state blue state and fat red states are experienced a higher murder rate than blue states Appearing alongside NYPD commissioner keyshawn sewell on ABC's this week Adams noted that big cities around the country are hurting from crime SpaceX is marking the successful launch of a spy satellite A falcon 9 rocket carrying the classified payload will last it off from Vanderbilt's Space Force base in California at 6 13 local time on the Easter Sunday The launch marked the first ever reuse of a booster rocket to launch a secret payload for the national reconnaissance office Singer songwriter Dave Matthews is sharing the new song in support of refugees Appearing on CNN State of the Union Matthews said the song was his way of raising awareness for refugee crises going on around the world That includes the millions displaced as a result of Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine Matthews performed something to tell my baby as a reminder that there are many places around the world where people.
"over 60" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Change With temps reaching over 60° soon those words have never been more true We'll ask our expert about these wild swings Tomorrow morning On 8 90 WLS Some lady Linda just sent me a message on the break Probably a lefty nut She's like listen did you have a belt down like that Did you referring to the vaccine mandate the bit I just did when they mandated seat belts And I spotted no because they didn't inject me with a seatbelt So I don't know Linda they inject you wanna see both that they've take the seatbelt and they like 20,000 gauge syringe ejected into your shoulder not really sure They do this out of that work I love how people compare not even apples and oranges Like oranges and gorillas and they make it out like it's the same thing Did you have I'm not sure body sovereignty and driving a vehicle with a seat belt are exactly the same thing I'm reasonably sure Reasonably confident Those are two different things I wasn't injected with a seatbelt That's not the way that works And by the way you're not fired from your job if you don't wear a seat belt right Just checking right See this is the left though They do these ridiculous dumb things because they're dopes and dunces They're really stupid people who've never been questioned and they use these arguments against other dumb people and they work It's like left this arguing about everything A seatbelt is that kind of like a vaccine Those are like two different things right Like once an injection one's a traffic regulation you pay like a 25 $30 fine Kind of different right Just check in When you get injected with some and you lose your job if you don't do it kind of a different penalty right Just not a little bit All right I'll get back to that in a second It's the holidays You deserve a great gift How about a gift that keeps on giving you joy and comfort every day All year long a gift that looks as good as it feels and a gift that will actually pay for itself in terms of how much more productive you'll be at work I'm talking about giving yourself the gift of an ex chair Jim was just telling us how he loves his You got it a little early turned the heat feature on I love mine I got one too It's by far the most comfortable and ergonomic chair I've ever used And honestly it's also probably the coolest looking piece of furniture I own Not only is that.
"over 60" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Just under $58,000 per token Get some more color on the pre market equity trading Bloomberg markets correspondent pretty good Pretty good looking at today Paul it is all about the new variant once again no surprise here but really the big hitter is going to be those vaccine stocks Moderna in particular this was the company that led the S&P 500 higher yesterday today it's down to the tune about 2.7% of ticker here mRNA This coming after top executives reiterated that the variants many mutations suggest new vaccines will be needed but you did have one executive say it's the mutations that have on this virus that are very surprising The CEO speaking to the FT predicting quote a material drop in the existing shots efficacy and dampened expectations that new ones could be ready soon Paul some scary stuff here And you can really see that really flowing into BioNTech shares as well to your BNT X shares are down 6 and a half percent in the pre market This has everything to do with the fact that Moderna was thought of as the essentially the premier vaccine technology mRNA tech was considered to be the best one to combat this virus and now shedding some doubts You can see that rippling throughout BioTech in particular even when it comes to those antibody drug cocktail cocktails as well Eli Lilly one of the main creators of that down 7 tenths of a percent to L LY Regeneron is another one down 2% The tickers are EG and both companies saying that they aren't as effective as they used to be on the delta variant That's just not applying on the Omni Kron variant Both companies are trying to work around at the cheese scientific officer of Regeneron those saying that the urgency has increased This is no longer a backup plan This is priority number one Once again it is that sentiment that's weighing on travel stocks broadly We gotta hit those airlines American Airlines down 1.4% for example take our AAL a similar story when it comes to those cruise lines those major volatility plays the best example here is going to be Norwegian cruise lines down to the tune of about 2% ticker NCLH Also going over into hotels and bookings companies like Marriott down about 2% as well ticker MAR or Expedia down about one and a half percent to your EXP E a similar story although not vaccine related when it comes to Boeing shares This is of course the big Dow component ticker BA down 1% in the pre market this coming after Democrats on the House transportation committee are demanding that the head of the FAA explain what steps it's taking against Boeing when it comes to really self regulating on those 7 37 flights And that's going to be a major issue And when he's talking about regulation here we have to talk about Facebook or say meta platforms formerly known as Facebook although the ticker was supposed to change tomorrow now postponed to 2022 but take her at the moment The UK's antitrust regulators saying that Facebook's parents meta platforms must sell get this jiffy I know I saw that And not get jeffy The jif search engine to address those competition concerns It's a GIF It's a GIF If it's a Jeff kind of What's your gift It's a Jeff not a GIF I don't know I don't know I don't know I'm just pretty We're looking to you Hipster in the room Has the kids that are in the know I'm going with jif I'm going with jif I'm going with omnikron Omni car omnicon I got a drink thrown at me last night dinner The British first of all they pronounce it differently so it's vegetable you know Yeah They just have their own way dude I can't Farrell can do it I can't do it And going back to aerospace engineering it was Omnicare Right And I looked up Marian Webster and the answers they cut it both ways They kind of all right so we can go You know right I don't you know all I know is Tommy crown Dead Homie crime So that's how you pronounce it Yeah okay very good Thank you so much Thank you Everyone comes in you know Jif and Army crown gift and I'm educated We need to find another hipster to speak to Let's do that with Cameron Christ right now Macro writer for Bloomberg doing all sorts of bigger thinking Cameron I noted today I went to the trading envelope screen The TE screen which was a quick way to fold in standard deviation fitting And I noticed Cameron did in the last I think four days or 5 days we had not one not two but three four standard deviation moves in ten year yield from plus two to minus two Minus two to plus two The new volatility is their Cameron isn't it Yeah I mean which is what you'd expect when you have something come out of left field that increases the uncertainty in terms of the distribution of future outcomes We don't know how all of this is going to play out over the next few months There is a scenario where things are actually better than they otherwise would have been at this turned out to be a really mild case that everyone gets and it turns into a cold But there's also a scenario where it's worse than we thought things will be So if you will sort of the cone of potential distributions has broadened significantly and so it's natural that the cone in terms of the amplitude of market moves also broadens significantly Are we on hedged Because what you do when you have no volatility is you get lazy and you don't hedge as a general statement Cameron is a global Wall Street lesser hedged Well it's hard to say because.
"over 60" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Harms and risk increases with age, he said. If finalized, the advice for older adults would backtrack on recommendations the panel issued in 2016 for helping prevent a first heart attack and stroke. But it would be in line with more recent guidelines from other medical groups. Doctors have long recommended daily low dose aspirin for many patients who already have had a heart attack or stroke. The task force guidance does not change that advice. The task force previously said a daily aspirin might also protect against colorectal cancer for some adults in their 50s and 60s, but the updated guidance says more evidence of any benefit is needed. The guidance was posted online to allow for public comments until November 8th. The group will evaluate that input and then make a final decision. The independent panel of disease prevention experts analyzes medical research and literature and issues periodic advice on measures to help keep Americans healthy. Newer studies and a re analysis of older research prompted the updated advice, Wong said. Aspirin is best known as a pain reliever, but it is also a blood thinner that can reduce chances for blood clots. But aspirin also has risks, even at low doses, mainly bleeding in the digestive tract or ulcers, both of which can be life threatening. Doctor Lauren bloch, an internist researcher at Feinstein Institutes for medical research in manhasset, New York, said the guidance is important because so many adults take aspirin even though they have never had a heart attack or stroke. Block who is not on the task force recently switched one of her patients from aspirin to a cholesterol lowering statin drug because of the potential harms. The patient, 70 year old Richard travel, has high blood pressure and knows about his heart attack risks. Shrapnel, president of a paperboard distribution business, said he never had any ill effects from aspirin, but he is taking the new guidance seriously. Rita C felt, age 63 also has high blood pressure and took a daily aspirin for about a decade until her doctor told her two years ago to stop. He said they changed their minds on that, recalled the retired elementary school teacher from Milwaukee. She said she understands that science evolves. Wong acknowledged that the backtracking might leave some patients frustrated and wondering why scientists can't make up their minds? It's a fair question, he said. What's really important to know is that evidence changes over time. Meet Lucy Bella, owner of fancy flowers, business was slow until Lucy received an email. Wedding date, February 14th, flowers, only red roses. Valentine's Day, the most expensive day for red roses, so she used her American Express business card, which gives her the ability to pay over time with interest, so she could buy those red roses now. Talk about love and bloom..
"over 60" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm Don Clapton discouragingly familiar. How beautiful summer weekend in Chicago sees over 60 people shot First to look at WGN Traffic with Mary Vandeveld and Traffic is sponsored by the state of Illinois looks good on the Eaton's but filling in on the inbound side of the Kennedy About 40 minutes from O'Hare from the Edens 32 up on 24 to the airport. Eisenhower 24 hours to Mannheim Stevenson 42 at the Tri state Dan Ryan is slow out to about 63rd outbound bishop. Four delays into 130th north tristate before the Lincoln Oasis. Three left lanes are blocked with a crash. Police activity Northwest side western and Roscoe in Elmhurst at ST Charles in West Road accident in Giulietta Cotton Farm west of 55, also in Willowbrook at 83 in Plainfield, the delta variant spreads two times faster. Delta puts unvaccinated people in the hospital. Delta is deadly where a mask get vaccinated. Defeat Delta. Let's go All in Illinois, brought to you by the state of Illinois. Mary Vandevelde, deputy and Traffic Central. Another violence weekend in Chicago. Five people were shot and killed. 50. Others were hurt. There were 18 shootings between 11 A.m. and nine p.m. Yesterday alone one last night of the 1000 block of West 51st Street That's in the back of the yards neighborhood. A man was shot twice in the head. Just after nine P.m.. He was taken to the University of Chicago Hospital in critical condition. A man and woman also were shot during a verbal altercation on the south side this morning. Chicago police say the incident happened around 9:50 A.m. in the 400 block of East 46th and Bronzeville. 23 year old woman was shot in the stomach and she was taken to the University of Chicago Hospital and unknown condition. 22 year old man was shot in the lower back side. He was taken.
"over 60" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Britain's un ambassador has warned that half of burma's population of fifty four million could contract cove in nineteen in the next two weeks amidst the ongoing turmoil. Following the military coup in february pakistan is enacting and air travel ban for anyone who cannot provide vaccine certificate it's also mandating. All public sector workers get vaccinated as well as public transport and retail staff and teachers and students eighteen and older. Meanwhile record cases have been reported across japan and tokyo this week as the olympics continue. Israel said it'll be offering booster shots of the pfizer vaccine to people over sixty the first country to do so beyond the original. Two-shot does this. Despite less than ten percent of palestinians in the occupied territories having been fully vaccinated in haiti health. Workers say hospitals are becoming overwhelmed. Due to a surge in cases as haiti grapples with a worsening economic and political crisis in the wake of the assassination of haitian president. Juvenal mois this hospital director dr natalie. Carlos there's concern sauce sometimes. We have almost sixty patients at the hospital. Who need oxygen while. We only have ten oxygen. Thanks available the areas where we could get. Oxygen are inaccessible. It is a very stressful situation for us at the hospital. Both the house and senate passed a two point. One billion emergency spending package for capitol security in response to a funding crisis incurred by the january six insurrection. The measure also includes funds for resettling afghans. Who worked with the. Us forces during the occupation of their country the first evacuation flight four afghan interpreters and others arrived at washington dulles airport early this morning. A new watchdog report says over eighty afghan troops were killed during the taliban offensive this spring in more than two dozen insider attacks as the us withdrawal which underway and yet other news from afghanistan..
"over 60" Discussed on KGO 810
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"over 60" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"If you are over 60, how have your relationships with friends, partners and family members been impacted by the pandemic. The phone number to call is 844745 talk. That's 8447458255. After this long year of isolation, we're creating a little bit of community over the airwaves. I want to bring Diana from Hoboken, New Jersey, and to our conversation. Hi there, Diana. Hello, Anna. How you doing? Hi. Good. How old are you, Diana. 69. 69. What have you noticed about what you're thinking about in terms of your relationships and your social support network over this last year? Well, I guess I'm looking at age, maybe a little bit more and more philosophical way than um, kind of limiting it. Much to the pandemic. I think one of the things in terms of aging That I'm feeling and I haven't heard people that we talk about is just the sadness of dying. The fact that what's beginning to happen as you get into your sixties is that you really kind of come very much face to face with the fact that You're going to be having to say goodbye. You know you're seeing it in the end, and it's just it's terribly sad. And you know, I've just always had a hard time making my peace with that. I have had a Blessed life. I have Ah, wonderful partner and beautiful Children. I'm a new grandmother and literally two weeks old grandmother. And you know, beautiful things, but it it's I always have this kind of feeling of the sweet sadness of it. Um, you know, the beauty that's here. But that The fact is that life will go on these people you love and you will be gone and you so much want to be a part of it? Um That's one thing. I think the other more general kind of thing. That People feel nice. Certainly feel is just a little bit more irrelevance as I'm getting older, you know, I feel as though um That my work is not feeling as vital. I mean, Joanne was talking earlier about having you know a wonderful You know, wonderful, loving, getting older, But Joanne is really blessed with having you know, a very vibrant life. Um, you know, a very full life engaging with people in the media. You know, very few people have that And what begins to happen is that you kind of feel that juiciness. Of life with seed a bit. And you try to find things you know whether it's volunteering or whether it's other things, but there's nothing like really being truly. Engaged in something. So you kind of struggling with Diana have your free time. Yeah, I was just going to say that's interesting that you referred to this time of life as a sweet stabbed nous. It's not a complete sadness, but a sweet sadness and I I understand that feeling of all the end is near. But how near is it when you're 69? It. Might it maybe another 20 years before before you're gone. I mean, my dad lived to 103, and I think he never would have Yeah. And, yeah, it's You You can't be like and also I have a genuine curiosity about what is next. That isn't to say that I want to walk out of the studio and, you know, fall down dead. I would rather that not happen, But I am curious as to know what's going to be the next step After this. So I have a sweet sadness, innocence as well. Even though you know you describe me as a vibrant person who gets around doesn't lot of stuff. There are moments when I do stop and think. Oh, yeah. I am closer to my death. Every day. But that doesn't stop me from continuing to live life to the fullest. You sound like you have a lot going on in your life. And I would focus a lot more on that. You're not a relevant How are you? A relevant Tell me how you're a relevant Well, you know, I actually found a used to work a W N Y c many years ago. And you know, I It's just that Yeah, the municipal building. Um Oh, yeah. I worked out of that building as well. Okay, Okay. Yeah. Um You know, just not kind of looking for things to do that are kind of nice. That a kind of interesting going on, Um, you know, getting together with friends. I also play tennis. I started a woman's basketball team for older women. Um, you know, like sap, but feeling a purposefulness that really he feels that you're making a difference. Um Is a little bit more challenging in a way and you can kind of you can kind of get a kind of a non. We about it, and I think you know, I okay. I'm gonna tell you right now. I'm gonna tell you right now, Diana, I'm gonna tell you right now what to do. Stop the negative thoughts. Just just how How can you be irrelevant? You know you're not irrelevant. You are a human being on the face of this earth. You have Ah, lot of people who love you and care about you. If you if you try and not see yourself in a negative light, I think that that will help. Diana. I also wanna so I do like how you say. Noticing the juiciness of life sort of receding a bit, So I I think that both things are true. You are absolutely not a relevant and also, I think you're noticing some things that No, that that are that are real things that are realities that come with getting older. I want to thank you for your call, and I think that's awesome about your women's basketball league. I hope you all just like, Oh, yeah, Just just nail it in that who, When you get down the court, I want to bring Helen and confidence. Huh? Helen, You are in Brooklyn. You are 71 years old. I'm curious. What have you noticed during this year? How have your.
"over 60" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Figuring ladies and doing right now we'd like to get moving down the road of success. This eating went right okay. Nobody knew suggest who does. I guess he does voices. Basically sound affects you know. he's got his own cable. Show like mike. Okay now you meaning effects and things church. Yup yup yup was that one must be up for the latest. Mr dave come on. That was really tired. Learn lester from the opening of our fox forty. Tv show special back in nineteen eighty five. And as you heard that. Was lester driving the car up to the club in the beginning of the show. And then willie tyler and lester doing a little opening bit before they introduced david kuei who appeared on that show. But we have a little bit more material from willie tyler and lester so sit back and enjoy this. Take with you with me about the computer dating service. What is how did things work out. I went down to my interest. Mondays likes my physical to another thing. And will they match you up with a coffee table football. I love football masculine. Watch so much football and i had a nightmare. You had a nightmare. Yeah jim collins locked in a room own dallas cowboys cheerleaders. And i couldn't get the all had does let me ask you. Some folks is very quick very witty now when it comes to anything he can help. Because he's his mind is like a steel trap. We're going to try it out. We're going to take you back to what we call old time. Real now show you. He'll make these things. 'cause like that by hanging back down to sergeant preston north west mounted elise on king on you. Huskies ooh getting taking you back once again turning the you get this return with us now to those thrilling days from out of the past honoring who des.
"over 60" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Interest it's interesting that's a terrific tribute willie and Has been mentioned several times. You are one of the best ventriloquist out there. Ventriloquist him seems to be having a little. Bit of a comeback. You're still one of the main Examples of how to do it. Right on television. I did want to ask in the last twenty years it was i you did. That show was or anything else that you've done that was You'd like to share with the audience or you're especially proud of we've done Down through the years you know. We've done a whole bunch of things with diana ross supremes years ago at the hollywood hollywood boy hollywood bowl no no not the hollywood bowl there. There's a particular show chill place in hollywood here. Wade saturday night Somebody would host the show for an hour and we did it with the supremes. Supremes Costa this show on that show with the jackson. Five and stevie wonder and sammy davis junior. That's terrific people to work with the tonight show with johnny carson. When he was doing tonight show he would take some time off. Sometimes and i guess. Tolstoy would come on and sammy davis junior was guest hosting a particular night. And i was able to do it tonight. Show but sammy davis junior lake. Tahoe sammy yes. I was working with sammy. Helping lake tahoe and he came in addressing when i used to. Hey i'm doing it tonight. Show next week you wanna do. That should go for walks neat. So that's how able to to get that particular thing. But i wasn't able to i. I like working in show business. I worked with all kinds of actual dolly parton like glen campbell. You know a whole bunch of people get dimension dimension aloe folks you've had this career willie. I hope you take pride in what you've accomplished because it's very impressive and you're like it. I was just going to say even though you got a chance to work with all those celebrities you're celebrity and so you fit in naturally with those the names that you're dropping willie tyler and lester could fit in that list and just as easily as anything else that was a real tribute to your success. As a whole by the way they act. I was trying to think before. Gone rickles don rickles. no don rickles. Did an album called. Hello dummy holds ho- but he did. He did it years after. I title but don rickles but he was walking still sometimes when the internet. You'll find hello dummy. But you see don rickles ask hello. It's good that right well. it's good. We explained that to the Podcast audience now. I want to enter a show. Have everybody listened to one of your sets but before we get to that. I had one last serious question as a ventriloquist i've seen on. Tv and met personally. Many of them and a lot of those ventriloquist will have multiple ventriloquist figures. In other words they will use several. I hate to use the word. Dummies onstage because there are times. They're smarter than the ventriloquist but the ventriloquist many of the people out there now have multiple characters. But you have stayed and sharpen your skills and your wit with lester. Was there ever any thought of doing multiple characters or you just so comfortable and have such a good friendship with lester that it worked. When i first started out i was trying to. I would try to get Another character. I would try to put an abbot matter of fact i bought a i guess a. I bought a figure the chocolate figure. One time and I never used it. it's fat until it disappeared. I don't know what happened to. But it's i've never used it so it got to a point where i said what i'd like to do is put all the energies sort of watering down. The the characters i put all the energy into leicester so people he has a personality. Now so people know leicester so it's not like his personality as watered down into other characters. So it's just the energy is put into leicester that's my popping people know him. And i alluded to when i was chatting with leicester a few minutes ago. He has his own celebrity his own fame. And i think that comes to that. Focus that you put on that relationship. That character and i was just curious if you ever dabbled with others in it makes perfect sense and it paid off that you've been able to create this like you said this personality that lives today. I mean other people you know other people it. It works for them you know. And they're comfortable with that. But i've always been comfortable with just Just having lester in the 'cause i can just prouty energy into everything incident that ended up particular character. Well you've done a great job. You've had an amazing career. We really appreciate you being on the podcast and sharing it with this before. I share a comedy clip of you. In leicester is there a way that you and leicester could lead us out of this podcast with a little bit of a song. She the The song let's come over here and that's let's come in over there at the computer. Yeah he'll-he'll yoyo push push up. We got scott. Wants to do a little chubby. Those medical thing real short choice. Like.
"over 60" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"One can make the to sit down and think about what happened yesteryear. What happened that. you know. Years before music connects with people's emotions. And that's why So many people like to sing and enjoy singing. And what's interesting is that you were a very talented are very talented singer. But you are a tremendous stand comic I know lester you had some great jokes in those days. The punchline and he used to he was straight man. I was the guy that did remember you being funnier than willie. That's good will i. I had one more question for leicester. If you've got a minute leicester back back in one thousand nine hundred eighty five you me and willie work together on a fox forty tv special a one hour show and we had you and willie as the host of that show. We had some very big names. Like dave clear and dana carvey on that show but what was interesting. Lester is i let you drive my pink cadillac as part of the opening of this show. Have you done a lot of driving. That was that was first. I and last time. Well it you can see why it's my last time i got to tell you. We do have all that on tape and it was really exciting in a little scary for me as the owner leicester i gotta be honest. Have you driving my car. But i was the big car. Yeah that was. That was a big pink convertible. It was an amazing car bed. You did a great job driving it and even though it was a little little sketchy you're a little heavy on the break There was no damage. And i just want to say thank you but i did. I was able to stop though. Oh yeah oh yeah you did in fact if you remember you kind of fun forward and willie had to save you. Yeah got right in front of the club almost late. that's why we'll say It was a real honor having you and willie as emc of that show. It was our first of three tv shows. We did too short series. One for abc nbc. But it was the fox one hour special having you is the professional. Mc really added some validity in in style in class to that first production. So thank you. That was a fun night. You don't we really like that club because this idea you know. The club was downstate. Well it's sort of hard to explain but it's down. It was downstairs basement. Level rate shows at the shows. People would go upstairs. We had a little magic stuff going on right and people go up there after the shows when we would hang out a also and But place to be. I always thought in my personal experience visiting entertainment venues. I always appreciated it more if i had an opportunity. If i was willing to hang out. I could meet or chat with or thank an entertainer for the previous couple hours of entertainment and the idea. The magic cat was not only a place to hold the audience before the show On a to show night but after the show's celebrities like you and pat paulsen and soupy sales and and later on Bob sag cool. Leno could go up actually meet. The audience and the audience would be so appreciative of that opportunity. To maybe get an autograph or say thank you or just meet people that they really were impressed with on stage. And i'm glad you remember those days. I is again. I can't emphasize enough. How important it was to the history and the success of the club to have an active front. We'll having stature made a difference. He was from detroit michigan right. Yes because i remember 'cause 'cause i met him a few times and then he knows me. I know him speaking like doing a documentary. We're working on it so eventually that'll be out who is like a spend years in the making but we'll it'll be out eventually doesn't have a title so we can tell people. Oh hello dummy. Oh hello dummy. Okay it but you know What's what's the mr excitement. What's his name. He passed away a man. I can't think of his name. Oh boy that's okay. Anyway but we gotta sizzle sizzle reel and people can go and see the little excerpts from it. It's a hello dash dummy dot com. Okay well everybody out there in the podcast land. Hello dash dummy dot com. Be sure to check it out. I will get it. It's a nice because it's a lot of entertainers that if we work with and they they talked about. I can't wait. And i want the pop. Cast audience to know that we do have some terrific material by you and leicester at the end of this interview to Share with them so with they are going to be able to get a chance to hear some of your terrific comedy. Now you were as we've mentioned a couple of times Huge entertainer to have come into the club in the eighties and nineties but I did sell the club and move on in the last twenty years. I know you've continued to do something. Like twelve different television appearances. And i know you're still a hard stage comic now. The last thing i saw was in two thousand nineteen i think it was You did a show you were a host or regular on. The kids are all right. That sound right now. We're on that particular show episode on that shows like the one episode but but no. It's sort of strange because that show the kids are alright. It takes place in the sixties. It took place in the sixties. One of the kids in the house whole he was a ventriloquist and i and i was his mentor. I mean he he would watch me on t be in the sixties he was he would watch me on tv and he would always walk around in some episodes with this little character and he'd always talk about willie tyler and lester. Wow that's right it and it lasts for like the last season of this show. They had me come on and What happened with his brother. What the vegas and somehow or another his brother. Love's got lost his his brother's chocolates figure you know. And so what happens. Like they finally said the pig into their house but it wasn't as big as my lesser. They got a mixed up less.
"over 60" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Mercedes in the back of it somebody was driving around and then celebrated was was watching drive around in the car. You know and let the lesson says it's must be mercedes and unless says it is mercedes and then a situation where the land you know. We cut back some of it away. I was on the television show yet. Technology at its best. That will soon you're already is. We've explained to the audience. You're already a celebrity. You're already doing lots of television appearances. In then i opened my club in nineteen eighty rather quickly. I brought you in because i like variety acts. I was one of the few clubs that didn't do just straight standup. I like variety acts. And i also like people that my dad liked. He kinda of gave me his sense of humor in you. One of those people in the early eighties You started working for me. Do you remember those days. I remember yes. I remember that used to stay at a at a hotel across the highway. There will still there right. Used to walk to walk on the on the past. They're getting onto the under the freeway to get to the club so they didn't drive over walker right and and nobody would have known because leicester's in a suitcase so you just look like another tourist with a suitcase. That's true and what walking under an underpass they used to be like can't used to hang out there and They and they were. They were played some some areas someplace there would be playing music and the kids hung out the and listen to that music and too many kids were hanging out so they start playing What do you call seventy music playing classical music and indicate to hang out a bit and hanging out there anymore. Remember that because that was one of those things that took time over a couple of years to change in an old sacramento in you were at the club so much you were able to recognize those differences that's A good memory. Willie also what i remember. It's like you remember the new year's eve chills. Oh yeah okay. You did too easy to new year's eve show. Yeah we would do a seventy at nine o'clock that was new york new york new year's and then we did at ten o'clock show that ended at midnight when we had a big california new year's bash. And we were the the only people we knew of that. We're able to celebrate new year's eve in one night right right. And i liked what i liked. What you did was like. You would hand out the noise makers but you would tell. Tell the audience me before the before the celebration before. The clock Midnight or whatever to look you say do not go to horns or anything like that until the countdown while audience. They were there they agreed. Well i'm going to. I'm going to correct you a little bit. Because it was kind of a fun part about those shows. It willie is right. We would pass out noisemakers during the new year's eve shows and i would go on stage and explain that we have some really talented headliners to entertain them for new year's in we don't want to interrupt their material with noisemakers and horns by but what i would do every time i was on stage is emc. Because i don't matter. I would let them low their brains out on their horns and make all the noise they want. Let them get it out of their system and then introduce the act. They gotten used to it. Yeah yeah yeah a chance to make some noise and not interrupt the show right reason. I remember this. Because i did a show downtown. La one time it new year's eve someplace downtown here and somehow another somebody handed out the noise makers doing my act almost like ten minutes to twelve minutes to twelve. They start handing on and they started doing. That's why that's why. I remember that stuck in my mind because they didn't do it right and we did. Well that's interesting we you know we've been talking now for awhile willie and i'm sure everybody's wondering that's in our podcast audience. Is lester at home. As lester around. Got year phones on. Yeah yeah only. Add her long time along. I not what the land rock sailor said. Well i am so happy to hear you again lester. It's been many years. In fact. I have a couple of questions for you. It has been over twenty years since. I've seen you and you look great. What's your secret around the judge. The just daily for what that would what what pakistan in those. Those would definitely aid you. Wouldn't woodpeckers in termites. Will lester you look amazing for your age and i gotta tell you. Thanks for performing at my club so many years ago. But i was thank you for having me. Well it was our pleasure. But you know you've been working with willie. And i know he's still in the room so i don't want to be indelicate but you've been working with willie for over fifty years. How's that gone. You like working with him. I mean i could've could've gone out and and on my own and donald line line act right right. If you went out on your own it would be a meymac. You're absolutely correct. I was just hoping that after fifty years you know like some married couples and some business partners things. Get a little edgy. You guys seem like great friends we would but having having like We don't see each other that much and unless unless we're talking have onstage or something like that we don't hang out. Oh you'll see nerve. That's the secret of a little space in between well. That's really smart. You know you really deal saying issue. I'm gonna have to try that. That sounds like it kept your friendship strong now. I was asking willie back in his motown days. He got a chance to experience a lot of singers and then later in his life he started singing. But i know the europe pretty talented singer as well. Do you prefer him. Oh utah him. And oh i was wondering what you preferred.
"over 60" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"We have a terrific show for you. I know i say that every week. But this one's extra-special one of the top comic ventriloquist in the world ladies and gentlemen. It's willie tyler willie so great to hear from you. We haven't chatted in a few decades. But you have always been one of the special acts that we were so lucky to work with because you were already quite a celebrity when you came to laughs unlimited and we got a chance to kind of take advantage of that and have you in many shows and then we did the tv show. We're going to talk all about that. But highly willy. How you doing. Hello doing great. Yeah i remember. I remember the first time coming up there at the old sacramento. All fact they call it. Yeah old sack. In a way that you helped establish us as a national comedy club having people like you and pat paulsen soupy sales This was i mean. We had a lot of celebrities like leno. carvey and seinfeld but they were not known at the time You were one of the few acts that we brought in that was already famous was already a known act and That was really a big deal. Dass but let's give the audience a little bit of a background. You've got your starting detroit right. Didn't need to write off the age of ten. I started in detroit. Now i was gonna ask you. What had you. What made you pick ventriloquist. We we had just gotten a television that black and white tv but the rabbit ears back in those days and seen gentleman on tv it. We can show cold because it was a paul mitchell which all my home was called right and i've seen him. I saw him on. Tv with this little character. Wouldn't character to characters. Knucklehead samantha and and jerry mahoney and i saw it in i'd say. Hey how did he make covid the doll house and he talking and everybody fascinated me. So you know the very next day. I try to emulate what he did. I took my sister's discarded doll and did a macgyver took a coping saw straight band and a rubber band made them off move and then i use that pool few weeks until i was able to get a store bought one from the magic shop. Who is that and you're ten. I was ten years old ten years old. Wow i've never papers The detroit times remember laid off and i would always come home from school going to come out and get out of school. Go to the paper out. Come home from school and get in front of the mirror in the little dim that we had their little house there and i try to practice. My mom was ironing in extreme here. And i was doing the same stuff over and over and over and over and over again she says. Can you give me the rest now. That's okay. I could understand it because because you're saying the same stuff over and over you know when practicing it's okay with you but somebody's listening to it you know. Yeah we all know about annoying kids what you know. It's interesting that you mention that I've worked with several ventriloquist. And it is a combination of a unique art form and being able to write and be funny. But i have to say and i know. I don't want to offend any the other ventriloquist i know and have worked with but you were the best when it came to enunciating the difficult words without moving your lips. It was incredible to see you perform so all those years of practice in annoying your mom paid off. It did it. Did indeed you like way more. But i i doubt it was. It was sort of a strange situation. Because when i was about twelve twelve and a half i started doing. A little amateur show is around around the city there. And it doesn't seem as show call on showtime at the apollo he. It was like a an isn't that show that segment of a show where they had amateur part. The average of were amateurs come out and audience would boo they would heckle and all that stuff. They did the apollo for years in new york when it did the tv show. They put that segment in there. And i would do shows in detroit back. In those days it was at a theater and there's clasby movie and then they will come up and then they would show the amateur show. I mean the present amateur show laid on introduce a professional. Act like hank ballard and the midnight is they get that rhythm and balance the win that wrote the twist. Wow what a great way to start invalidate. Your career chubby checker covered it and but he made a hit. He made it a hit. Oh yeah no doubt minutely Somebody else wrote it. But you actually coming from detroit. You must have worked with a lot of those motown groups. Yeah sign with motown motown for like a. I guess eight years. I was signed with them. But i still did some shows after that with them we are. I gotta i got album. Hello dummy this. On the tamla label subsidy of motown only that. That's impressive and really unique. That is cool. i mean obviously. We've all heard of motown albums. But i didn't know they did. A comedy album like I think i think soupy sales was with them for a while. Sammy davis junior. Took him for a while. But but again they weren't the like basically the motown sound people like imprint supremes temptations four tops. Bill stevie wonder and all those folks. I get to work with those Musical geniuses we used to. When i started out it was in the sixties when it first started out the motor town he was just having so we travel on the road on the bus. Mortar town review and the supremes temptations four top. Everybody what a poor top state. They've worst. I always keep me less than i am cheat. Sheet the show. Well let me tell without. Nail obama mississippi texas all places we would do big gigantic big gigantic arenas one nighters. It's so interesting that you mentioned that. And i i apologize. I didn't know about your pass because We're gonna talk about it in a few minutes. But you ended up emceeing big tv specials and i had no idea that you traveled that bus tour with those famous acts in that also on up a little bit. But that might be why you love to sing. That's that's the reason. I got into thing because what we do less than i would. Mc show with 'em introduce the acts. I think the contours was. It always opened the show. Do you love me you know. And they they've always over the show because they were physically active. Do the splits jump up and down on the stage.
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