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Justice Thomas hospitalized with infection, high court says
"Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas is in the hospital the High Court said Sunday the seventy three year old has been at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington DC since Friday after experiencing flu like symptoms he's being treated with antibiotics his symptoms are decreasing and Thomas could be released in the next couple of days the Supreme Court is meeting this week to hear arguments in four cases including arbitration agreements voter ID laws international child custody the court says Thomas plans to participate in the cases even if he misses the arguments I'm Julie Walker
Contrary to popular belief, no great migration in pandemic
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting figures from the U. S. census bureau show there was no great migration during the pandemic new figures released Wednesday by the U. S. census bureau show the great pandemic migration was largely a myth the figures show contrary to popular belief of a wave of moves to avoid covert restrictions or to change lifestyle the proportion of people who moved in the past year fell to its lowest level in the seventy three years but it's been tracked more than twenty seven million people or eight point four percent of U. S. residents reported having moved in the past year according to the current population survey annual social and economic supplement by comparison nine point three percent of U. S. residents moved from twenty nineteen to twenty twenty among those who did move in the past year a little under half cited housing related factors as the reason Mike Rossi at Washington
Mary Simon Officially Becomes Canada's First Inuk Governor General
"Mary. Simon has become the first indigenous leader to be sworn in as canada's governor general as dan carpenter reports. A ceremony took place in ottawa on monday. The seventy three year old. Simon of prominent inuk leader and former ambassador has held several key roles in promoting inuit culture. She has also been a social environmental and human rights advocate and negotiator. She knob becomes canada's thirtieth governor-general representing queen elizabeth as head of state is of enormous significance to me thirty nine years ago. When this was the government conference centre. I worked with other indigenous leaders and first ministers to have. Our rights affirmed in the constitution of canada. That moment made this possible in her. First comments as governor general. Simon talked about reconciliation for canada's indigenous. People the urgent crisis of climate change in its impacts and pledged to be an advocate for equality and mental health. She said she would strive to hold together. The tension of the past with the promise of the future in a wise and thoughtful way prime minister justin trudeau said he expects simon to use her unique experience and perspective to help steer canada's future. This is a big place. This is a diverse place and so we need people like ms sign because we need people who build bridges and bring us together. Simon also becomes the commander of canada's armed forces will grant royal assent so bills can become law. She will also play a key role in minority governments when it comes to issues of confidence and the calling of elections. She is expected to serve for five years for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.
Trump Org, CFO Plead Not Guilty to Tax Crime Charges
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the trump organization and that see a full pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges the trump organization and its chief financial officer have pleaded not guilty to tax crime charges in New York charges against the trump organization include conspiracy grand larceny and tax fraud CFO Alan Weisberg was arraigned one day after a grand jury returned an indictment charging him and of the trump organization with tax crimes the seventy three year old Wiesel Burke has worked for the trump company for decades former president Donald Trump was not charged it is the first criminal case arising from a two year investigation into the trump organization by the Manhattan district attorney's office hi Mike Rossio
Trump's Company and Its Chief Financial Office Indicted
"Donald trump's company and his longtime finance chief of been indicted following a two year investigation by prosecutors in New York City the indictments were expected there was a meeting last week between prosecutors and trump's organization lawyers but now insiders say the company's chief financial officer seventy three year old Allen Weissenberg will be presented in court the charges are expected to alleged tax evasion including unreported company benefits provided to top executives like cars apartments and school tuition trump said this week the company's actions are standard business practice the charges against Y. so Bergen the trump organization are the first to arise from the two year investigation led by Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a Democrat is leaving office at the end of the year I'm Jackie Quinn
Cop Accused of Hurting Woman's Arm: 'Ready for the Pop?'
"The lawyers released a video of a Colorado police officer joking about the popping sound that was made when he put an elderly woman with dementia in hand cuffs allegedly dislocating her shoulder police station surveillance video shows Loveland Colorado officer Austin hop sharing with fellow officers his body cam video of the arrest of a seventy three year old woman with dementia officer hop says ready for the pop when they get to the part of the arrest when Karen garner is handcuffed the audio was enhanced and released by garner's lawyer who says if she didn't release it quote their horrific abuse of the vulnerable and powerless would carry on business as usual operas to garner in June of last year after she allegedly left the store without paying for about fourteen dollars worth of items the woman weighs about eighty pounds a federal lawsuit alleges that she was denied medical care for about six hours after her shoulder was dislocated I'm Jackie Quinn
Prince Philip and the queen's royal love story
"Celebrating prince queen elizabeth husbanded closest confidante dead at ninety nine now the life and legacy of prince philip from childhood marked by heartache to a promising naval career sacrificed for service to his queen. He has quite simply been my strength and stay all these years how. The of edinburgh revolutionized the monarchy and guided a grieving nation and just the crown battles a new series of crises. What the future now holds for the royal family marching forward without their prints. Good evening and thank you for joining us. I'm trevor all tonight. A wave of sadness washing over buckingham palace. Queen elizabeth and the entire united kingdom mourning the loss of prince philip. Now inside the duke's lifetime of allegiance as a husband a grandfather a pillar of strength behind the british monarchy ninety nine tolls at london's westminster abbey fritz phillips. Ninety nine years of life mourning the loss of queen. Elizabeth beloved husband of seventy three years. This is absolutely devastating for the queen. This is the love of her life. The man who was by has tied for decades fell in love with the queen and chose to take on a lawyer. No suddenly being her husband but also serving crown prince charles visited his mother this afternoon as the royal family plans for funeral. Eight days from now. Prince harry and meghan markle paying tribute from afar on their foundation's website. Prince william and his wife catherine also honoring the duke on instagram
Teague 35 points as No. 3 Baylor beats No. 18 Texas Tech
"Third ranked Baylor finishes unbeaten at home for the first time in seventy three years following an eighty eight seventy three route of number eighteen Texas tech makes your teeth matched the school record with ten three pointers while scoring thirty five points the big twelve champs never trailed but they didn't take over until Teague scored twelve points during a sixteen three run in the second half he finished ten of twelve from beyond the arc your brother scored eighteen points and Debbie and Mitchell had seventeen the bears finished fifteen of twenty four from long range and shot fifty two point seven percent overall Kyler Edwards had eighteen points for the red raiders I'm Dave Ferrie
How Ellen Louise Curtis Demorest Changed The U.S Fashion Industry
"Ellen louise. Curtis was born on november fifteenth. Eighteen twenty four in schuylerville new york to henry de curtis electra. Able she was the second of eight children was a farmer and the owner of a men's hat factory family lived a comfortable life made more lively each summer by dramatic influxes of tourists. Each year notable members of society would make their way to nearby. Toga springs ellen. Later wrote that the visitors turned typically dull surroundings into places that present the spectacle of a grand reunion of wealth fashion and beauty out of doors from a young age. Ellen was interested in fashion. after graduating from school. Ellen's father helped her harness her interest into a career via women's shop of her own. The millenary shop was quite successful and after a year. Ellen moved the shop to troy new york. And then to brooklyn in eighteen. Fifty-eight ellen married william jennings demorest a thirty six year old widower with two children. The couple would also have two children of their own a son in eighteen fifty nine and a daughter in eighteen sixty five. The family moved to philadelphia where they ran an emporium. It was there that ellen's career really took off as the story goes ellen and her sister kate or working on a system of dress making when they saw their african american made cutting address pattern out of brown paper ellen was inspired by the idea to create tissue paper patterns of fashionable garments for the home sewer some historians refute that the idea originated with ellen and her maid and instead suggest it was i had by a man who had become ellen's rival ellen's family moved back to new york and began manufacturing patterns. They also opened a women's store on broadway in the fall of eighteen. Sixty ellen and her husband became selling paper patterns and publishing quarterly. Catalog called mirror of ellen. Higher journalist and women's rights advocate jane cunningham croly to work for the publication. The magazine was filled with sewing tips and tricks pictures of accessories. Sheet music poetry and fiction. Each issue included a tissue paper pattern and sewing instructions. The magazine was well timed and circulation. Grew quickly a sewing. Machines were then becoming commonplace in middle class homes the magazine also featured contributors including writers julia. Wardhaugh louisa may alcott and robert louis. Stevenson ellen frequently made strong statements in the magazine and support of women in the workplace. She also took firm stance on domestic abuse prison reform and mental health treatment among other topics as the cadillac business. Thrived ellen and williams brick and mortar store on broadway. Grew to ellen and her sister. Kate adapted foreign styles into patterns and made samples for the store. The store is fashion. Openings became major social events ellen. And william store was also notable for the couple's hiring practices. They hired african. Americans at the store on equal terms as white employees long before integrated workplaces were a norm in eighteen. Seventy six ellen became a founding member of cirrhosis. the first professional women's club in the united states throughout that decade while most businesses were failing ellen and her family continued to do well according to historians up to three million patterns. Were mailed each year but ellen success didn't last forever in the eighteen eighties. Ellen's empire began to decline ellen and william had failed to patent their paper patterns a competitor ebeneezer butterick had done so successfully at first butterick stuck to men's and children's ware but by eighteen sixty seven he'd expanded to women's patterns to ebenezer butterick company remains the center of the paper pattern industry today in eighteen. Eighty five william demerist retired to devote himself to the temperance movement. that year. He ran for lieutenant governor of new york. On the prohibition ticket a decade later in eighteen ninety five he died that same year allen suffered a stroke and was left bedridden. She moved into the hotel renaissance new york where she died of a cerebral hemorrhage on august tenth. Nine eight she was seventy three years old ellen. Louise demerist took her love of fashion and made it accessible. To the everyday woman in revolutionizing the fashion industry she also committed herself to the betterment of opportunities for both white and black women though she failed to patent patterns. Her impact is still apparent today.
"Sports blogging" with WhiteSox Dave - Episode 028 - burst 01
"You just said your redline Radio podcasts how do you get players on? We'd do other huddling on our own so you don't go through the team. I if point no boy I always give them the a heads up. Yeah. Like a professional courtesy. So if like Giulio or a Redan or you know Danny Mandich was on last week or two weeks ago, those guys I'll do is hit me. Hey on this. And they they like that are style of interview. We. Don't talk a torn about baseball like we'll talk about college. Or Video Games or music or you know what you put on your accounting be sandwiches like that kind of stuff. So it's like It's Stanford I'm Kinda let their hair down a little bit and just beat themselves. So it'd be like that and they enjoy doing it. So you are you around the team are you allowed to be around as a reporter? Do they the players know you or is everything done remotely? While right now we have to be remote I. if like they've given me processes when I've asked for them but that's not what I'm here for like there's enough people that like got merging a good friend of mine like those guys all do a great job. like covering the team from the beat writers perspective I. Don't try to do that I try to cover it from the homer fan boy perspective, and that's why that's made us successful and way. So when is Steve Stone coming on Redline Radio Broadcasts? We will find out meeting tonight online last night. Last. Night Stock Math winters a friend of mine very rayfield and He won talked he came in our office today and they do the video for the next day that they earned the broadcast I was in I can't him come into the office from video I'm not positive. They're GONNA wet Like me being a video or they're going to allow it so we'll see I didn't see anything wrong to him like I and I. Hundred different time go at week or so. He said that like fans shouldn't be carrying about wins and losses right now that we should only be happy baseball back I disagreed with him I'd say, Hey, like we haven't seen a playoff team since two thousand twelve. We. Expected a team to be really good this year they just started one in four like what did you expect the reaction to be any blackmail for like? Think, Long. Neck or anything and I never would I eat don't like he one of the smartest guys you can yeah, ever pop into. Site dating wrongs we agreed any black me. He didn't WanNa talk about which whatever but I made a joke of it, and now I think and of course, people took it too far and were you know sending him tweet about me that are completely false and everything and He he like want nothing to do with me. But if that's the case then I'm GonNa, do my job and have fun. So. Do you think that his reaction was just like a straight up no tolerance to like going back and forth on twitter or do you think the he in a way like knew who you were or knew about the barstool brand just didn't want to deal with it. I think that I do not think you know. He's he's seventy three years old look throughout the day. So He's obviously a little out of our demographic. I'm assuming he's not living on twitter like you know all of us millennials are used as and so I do not think he has any clue. Once. We had our little back and forth and like I said, I, wasn't like I was mad at the team because I like better I think and I said I, I don't think I'm not worried about the team I met that seems underperforming which they underperformed Carlos or Don came on the podcast after he got shelters I start and he's like suck last night I'm terrible I August insider first innings to nothing I can't be putting my team to nothing like they knew it to the players knew it. They weren't mad at me nobody else's mad at me so why why he's Like. Everybody was in agreement with me that the team was underperforming and that's always said and he and he was not have actually I. think he was in on the joke for a while until people were like taking it too far from Bharti retreat, which was not what I intended whatsoever so.
Music podcast celebrates Indias neighbours
"Iheartmedia the owner of Heart Radio says that it's podcast revenue grew one hundred and three percents here on Aaron. Quarter to the total digital revenue is ninety three million dollars unique podcast listeners group I thirty percent here on downloads grew by sixty two percent revenue for the quarter across the company however was down by forty-six percents complain the pandemic for that. You can read a full quite from Bob Pittman talking about exclusive whether they're a good idea or not in podcasting our show notes and our newsletter today. On track has published its top US publishers list for July Two Thousand Twenty Iheart is now number one for unique monthly audience in the US as well as global downloads beating NPR in both rankings. ABC is now measured alongside ESPN. The rancor only measures participating publishers. An SEC filing states that lip since former CEO Christopher Spencer who resigned on July thirty first will continue to be paid until the end of this year, he ends four hundred thousand dollars. He'll get a bonus of one, hundred, seventy seven, thousand dollars in early January he'll van to hundred and fifteen thousand dollars a year for his role is senior adviser until the end of February twenty, twenty three for which he'll have to work a maximum of eight hours a month. Lipson will also pay spencer four million dollars to buy back shares that he holds. The Board of lips includes those who last year criticized the company for outsized executive pay I'd like to say something sarcastic here. Row Quarter highlights a surge in tippety around sports podcasts. What's happening in House sports? PODCASTERS can take advantage the pre events for the fest global. Summits Twenty Twenty have been happening all week we linked to a bunch of recordings today. Dearest is a new exclusive podcast on spotify in Indonesian. It focuses on letters written and read by writers, musicians and actors, and it's made by Journalism podcast company K B our prime and a number of additional podcast hosts. Now, allowing you to submit your podcasts to the yet to be launched Amazon music and audible podcasts service some people are giving you a backstage link it works for anyone on any Host by the way. Welcome to a special episode of our humble indie music podcast made an India India Center seventy, three years of independence next week. But India's Music Indie podcast made in India. Wants to remind us that I, love for music isn't defined by geographic boundaries it'll produce three shows focusing on music from India's neighbors and the cat returns to audio with a new weekly podcast from the Vox media podcast network avery truthful man is host leading an ensemble voices engaged in the conversations that matter most to women and those who loved them. It returns on August nineteen
Hundreds Of Prisoners Have Died In U.S. From Coronavirus
"People living in close quarters like nursing homes are particularly vulnerable to the crown of ours and that goes for prisoners to buy one count at least twenty five thousand inmates in American prisons have tested positive for the coronavirus with three hundred and seventy three deaths Jake Harper with side effects public media reports from Indiana at least seventeen Indiana prisoners have died so far during the pandemic the very first with Scotty Edwards he was seventy three years old serving time for attempted murder in two thousand one Edwards was at a prison called west Phil he thank you for ballpark about a week and a half an inmate named Josh told his mother in a recorded call that Edward started showing cope with symptoms in early April he has to be identified by his first name because he's afraid of retaliation from prison staff here's one over your medical travel time Medicare fail you're fine you can send them back to other inmates corroborated the story they said Edwards was short of breath dizzy and sweaty you can even make it to see medical staff on its own other prisoners pushed outwards in a wheelchair each time he was sent back to his dorm one very late accurate after land almost fell just said to inmates got Edwards to sit on a toilet an officer called the medical staff we are in the bathroom for about forty five minutes after they finally come out on oxygen and and make them you know five hours later you guys these personal accounts it contradicts the official story from the Indiana department of correction Edwards died on Monday April thirteenth the next day the department put out a release it read quote the offender a male over the age of seventy who did not have indications of illness reported experiencing chest pains and trouble breathing on Monday and quote the Westville inmates emphasized that Edwards didn't wait until that Monday to report his symptoms he complained to staff for days Dr Kristin dos is the chief medical officer for the department of correction she declined to explain the different accounts of his death we do not talk about the topic he says and patient clinical data advocates a vast Indiana governor Eric Holcomb to order early release for some inmates such as the old and sick governors in the nearby states of Ohio and Kentucky have ordered such releases but Holcomb has refused he says it's up to local judges to decide on a case by case basis in the meantime Dr das says Indiana prisons are taking steps to control the spread of the corona virus we moved quickly and yes we have separate bills were sick from the tech but according to accounts from numerous inmates that kind of quick isolation of sick prisoners doesn't always happen three inmates at a prison in Plainfield described another coded death one L. teeny died April nineteenth Cheney kept complaining he couldn't breathe according to a fellow prisoner who later told his girlfriend what happened over the phone he across we've been trying to get this you'll start your to send them the medical initiative back Tuesday another prisoner recalls that medical staff came to check on Cheney but left him in the dorm where he later died and it's bad prisoners say watching other inmates die like that is scary and they worry it'll keep happening before Scott Edwards got sick he shared his anxieties with the sister Gloria Sam he said I am afraid of this virus because we're close to gather any big comes out is spread like wildfire she says her brother stopped calling in early April which was unusual the day after he died she got a call from prison staff she thought they were gonna say Edwards was sick they sit here he attacked us at practice what do you mean testing that this is a symbol is one of the most hurtful things I've experienced in my life that was April fourteenth if he hadn't died Edwards would have been released from Westville prison on may
Federal Government Asked To Tell Hospitals Modify Visit Bans
"Hospitals have banned visitors it makes sense to try to stop the spread of covert nineteen but sometimes an elderly or disabled patient can't speak they rely on family or care giver to talk to doctors now they're in the hospital alone that's sparked a series of complaints and the federal government is being asked to tell states and hospitals to modify their bans on visitors and PR's Joseph Shapiro reports on April nineteenth the seventy three year old woman went to the hospital with kidney problems and right away she was diagnosed with COPD in nineteen years before she had a brain aneurysm and strokes she lost her short term memory now she gets confused she can't speak not the doctors not to nurses at the hospital her condition started spiraling down it's it's horrible it's a living nightmare and to know that your mom knows what's going on but can't communicate at and probably feels that we left her there is beyond devastating that's your daughter the last time the mother went to the hospital last summer her husband or one of our three daughters stayed with her around the clock this time no one was allowed people don't typically try to communicate with her because she's not available so they don't look at her and explain to her what's going on where we've always been able to save money this test is going to be very uncomfortable and we've learned techniques to help her relax during certain tasks because they are very painful and she's never had to be sedated or tied down now she's tied down instated on a ventilator in the I see you we agreed not to name the family because without using their name they've joined in a complaint against the state of Connecticut which set that visit our band a spokesman for the Connecticut department of public health said he couldn't comment because it's a pending legal matter the complaint was filed with the office for civil rights at the U. S. department of health and Human Services that offices investigated states for policies that discriminate against the elderly and disabled the families in the complaint say that when care givers are banned many elderly and disabled people can't make informed medical decisions if they don't get the correct care that there's long lasting harm around the country hospital policies vary many bam all visitors or they're told to do so by state officials some states in some hospitals do make exceptions for some patients who can't speak the daughter in Connecticut says that in the eleven years since her mother's brain injury the family is learned how to communicate with the woman who no longer uses words because she can't explain to the doctors were we would now okay this is a sign she's trying to communicate fear there been some nurses who at the busy hospital have taken the time to hold up an iPad so the family can talk to their mother but it's just not the same as being there the daughter says there been missed xrays missed tests and extra pain it's not just families of people who can't speak who have filed complaints yes full time assistants I always have somebody with me twenty four seven Christine get men need that assistance because she has a progressive neuromuscular disease and she can't move except for two fingers she uses a power wheelchair on the back there's a ventilator with the tube that goes to our throat to help her breathe and speak of personal care attendant twenty four hours a day hopes are eat get dressed talk on the phone like we did or just move with that help get man gets around she even runs a small nonprofit group when she went to the hospital in Oregon last month tendon wasn't allowed in get in says it would have been better for her M. hospital staff if for attendant have been allowed to help anytime entered my room to help me use the bathroom eat or re position another round of changing gloves and masks using sanitizer and gowns my character Wentz had stayed in my room they would use up any additional PP this month a coalition of disability groups in Oregon filed another complaint with the federal government and it included a demand that people might get men be allowed to bring a support person with them to the hospital
Former Houston Astros manager Art Howe in hospital with COVID-19
"Former Astros star manager on how is hospitalized with corona virus the seventy three year old houses he started having symptoms may third tested positive for the virus two days later details or TV partner channel to his symptoms got worse this week and he's now the I see you receiving treatment houses he is improving some but not enough to be released just yet how played for the Astros from seventy six to eighty two and later managed the team from nineteen eighty nine to ninety three
"seventy three year" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Theatre in eighteen sixty five this is not that story this is the story of the original plot years earlier and that plot involves a train the train that was to take honest Abe from his home in Illinois to his first inauguration in March of eighteen sixty one the plot to kill the president who's credited with freeing the slaves and holding the country together was foiled thanks in part to a railroad executive this remarkable story is coming up in our one now I don't believe you can take the train all the way to Roswell New Mexico he can take the Amtrak out of LA as far as Deming Arizona and that's about fourteen hours from there you have to take the bus from Deming to less cruises New Mexico that's another four and a half hours and then you finally arrive in Roswell from less less crucis another four hours later on another bus so the lesson here don't take the train to Roswell but we will take you to Roswell in hours two and three when two of the world's preeminent Roswell UFO crash investigators swing by to walk a step by step through some of the key elements of the Roswell timeline Thomas Carey and Donald Schmitt have recently released a beautiful coffee table book titled Roswell the chronological pictorial gets cramped cover to cover with amazing photographs and maps and illustrations that bring the most celebrated UFO incident in history to life nearly seventy three years later then the coast to coast AM train keeps a Rollin one more destination our four when coast's very own lex loan hood our web producer jumps aboard and reveals the results of a scary and surreal survey of coast listeners who shared some of their dreams and nightmares in the age of coronavirus Brad Meltzer is next with the Lincoln conspiracy welcome to the audio Imaginarium come on in we re traveler hang your cloak in apac grab a stool and come gather around the fire there are stories to be told in you are among friends I'm Richard Serra this is coast to coast AM why don't you stay awhile I heard radio goes one on one with cash from train about how his outlook on life has improved I don't feel that stress like I used to I don't feel like out of place anymore but I think it wouldn't have happened without maybe this change of attitude you know my attitude is more like Hey I can't do any more than just my best and someday somebody's gonna get it and I think that the person who needed to get the most with me once you feel like that's right it wasn't other people who need to appreciate what I do is me and then I got my confidence back he listened I heart radio for more of train.
Remembering John Prine
"For more than fifty years ago John wrote songs that were sad and funny and overall just human songs about regular work in life songs about quiet ordinary days rolling by the songs that were incredibly profound he wrote songs you could grab your guitar and sing along with songs about simple honest truths songs you could use a sort of a road map to life songs that use the language that you spoke with your friends at the bar and songs that you could spend three or four weeks parsing and trying to figure out John died on Tuesday at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville he died from complications of COPD nineteen he was seventy three years old that road map to live John sang about so often he was singing to one person in particular take a listen to this I want to say this is when whenever I've read naming this sounds like advice S. as in I'm talking to myself and you know I was trying to convince myself for that at the time that time don't get wrapped up in your anger you know because people don't realize it but there you can be your own best friend your own best your own worst enemy yeah it's hard to say if you don't know yourself for for some reason you're the hardest person to get up for your case you know it's it's how it's difficult to forgive yourself but within three years of these that's kind of where I was staying there and it works for me is that I'm say this John Prine and Mariposa folk festival in a really Ontario over his seventy three years John's songwriting genius caught the attention of pretty much the biggest names in music Bob Dylan called him a midwestern mind trips to the nth degree who writes beautiful songs Kris Kristofferson hated him after he discovered him because his songs were so good and so easy Bonnie Raitt famously did a cover of his song angel from Montgomery which launched her career John this paper trail for tons of younger folk and country singers people like Jason Isbell and Margo price and Kacey Musgrave if you ever saw John do a live show he tell these hilarious stories and then sing the most devastating songs which is the combination that you really need in twenty eighteen John released his album tree of forgiveness at that time it was first new record in thirteen years and now well I guess it's in honor of John Prine I want to revisit this really special interview I did with him around the time that album came out I got to talk about a line of his that I repeat myself at least once a week even now as we go through this whole thing here's my conversation with the late John Prine when I get to heaven MACA guides in thank you for more blessings than one man can stand then I'm gonna get a guitar and started writing little band check in do swell down any day after live grand and then I'm going to give it back and is that this is there is god is my witness the judge John you can you
Celebrated singer-songwriter John Prine has died at 73
"Singer songwriter John Prine has died of complications from the new coronavirus me and I enjoy the flash from angel from Montgomery and hello in there were part of John Prine's legend songs that explore the heartbreaks and indignities of everyday life he won a lifetime achievement Grammy just this year the voice roughened by a hard look life in a Java disfigured from throat cancer in twenty seventeen he told the Associated Press I always had a great fan support you know didn't matter whether had a record or not people are always there they're just glad to hear the music Brian's wife announced last month the seventy three year old was hospitalized in Nashville with corona virus symptoms he was put on a ventilator and remained in intensive care for several days I'm Jackie Quinn
Celebrated singer-songwriter John Prine has died at 73
"Renamed the flash from angel from Montgomery and hello in there were part of John Prine's legend songs that explore the heartbreaks and indignities of everyday life he won a lifetime achievement Grammy just this year the voice roughened by a hard look life in a Java disfigured from throat cancer in twenty seventeen he told the Associated Press I always had a great fan support you know didn't matter whether had a record out or not people are always there they were just glad to hear the music Brian's wife announced last month the seventy three year old was hospitalized in Nashville with corona virus symptoms he was put on a ventilator and remained in intensive care for several days I'm Jackie Quinn
"seventy three year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A seventy three year old woman she's a widow she has three children she comes with her daughters as a loving daughter she's come for years the very in cancer she was diagnosed fifteen years ago with ovarian cancer one of the big hospitals with the New York area she had surgery the cancer came back and then she went to a one of the other big hospitals and had chemo chemo chemo chemo chemo and then went to a super duper Manhattan hospital and she had more surgery should be balking surgery should search it already before and chemo before and she went to a big because it is a big hospitals like to do surgery even if there's like zero chance of success so this is super big hospital did the balking surgeon a recurrent ovarian cancer after he had surgery and chemo and years of chemo and she had multiple complications led to the super duper big hospital and macho macho people operated on her and macho people after with macho terrible complications the wounded in heels shoes in fact that she had drainage should drainage from the wound for one year so it's a big lesson just because a super duper big hospital wants to do something that no one else wants to do there might be a reason why no one else wants to do it and that sort of people think oh it's super duper they must be so fantastic they're doing what no one wants to do well this was left with the year of complications with infection and drainage and facts and will packaging of the wound and the wound and heal the wound wouldn't close she had drainage and poss and blog for a year and she was hospitalized for three months so the macho doctors thought they could macho respect this cancer with no one else thought they could and they did it and sad to say the cancer came back so their surgery failed left in the hospital for three months after with complications for a year and I could tell you that she never wants to go back to that super pooper scooper Saint elsewhere hospital and you can imagine how she feels and then she came to us with a cat scan that showed multiple tumors that is a big hospital there came out didn't work their Super Bowl bird deforming terrible surgery didn't work and one of her friends told her about doctor leader but and for the last years she's been coming here and we've treated her ovarian cancer now most likely if you go to gynecologic surgery and or a chemo doctors at all radiation is not useful for ovarian cancer well they love to say that because they loved operated love to give chemo was woman had years of chemo and multiple operations it was terribly deformed we've treated her with success that she's had several different areas in the pelvis in the abdomen that we treated with good success and function is good and she's happy I could say that she and her daughter come here at seven in the morning she is one of the first ones here and she's so happy to walk in and get a treatment walk out no complications no cutting no injections no chemo no surgery for her recurrent ovarian cancer we have patients many patients with ovarian cancer living years after diagnosis we have probably the largest experience treating ovarian cancer with radiosurgery in America certainly the first experience were the longest experience in America the first of America with radiosurgery the first in the western hemisphere and this is the work we do even when those guys say girls as women doctors to humans at all you can have radiation for this or that the next thing well that's what they want you to believe because they're afraid you're going to come to thirteen eighty four broader they're afraid you're going to see doctor later months they're afraid I could take analysts came hours surgery like in this case which took away a year more than a year of her life took away a lot of quality of life and now she knows better and this is the work that we do every day and another woman who flies in from Detroit just for her Kerr she's seventy three years old with the pancreas cancer and she had jaundice jaundice is when the skin turned yellow and offers a blockage in the in the billers system rulers system is a system that collects juices from the pancreas and the liver and the gallbladder ought to go to intestines what should a blockage and offers a blockage the skin turned yellow and the urine turns T. colored and the stool turns clay collard was hit all of that and she went to one of the biggest hospitals in Michigan trip to the emergency room shifts from have a pancreas cancer she saw a surge in the like I always talk about all you got this you walk in the merger next thing you know certain walks out of you gotta you gotta pancreas cancer you gotta do a web all you gotta do the most radical terrible surgery to live well she did the most radical terrible surgery should one of thirty seven lymph nodes positive and then the doctors told her to give came out well the governor came out why they give it came up because you know that the surgery wasn't enough right the server was enough to to to be getting into treatment well the surgery wasn't enough this radical surgery wasn't enough that you started on chemotherapy shortage of cyber bins a load up and she became super sick she became super sick with colitis he was so sick she was hospitalized she could not take any further chemotherapy she was hospitalized for a month there's another woman hospitalized for a month from complications of time complications of chemo the other woman was hospitalized for three months because the wound wouldn't close it shed possum drainage so complications months of complications and then she came to me with a mass growing in the liver and well the cancer was growing shed a biopsy of the liver showing cancer tumors had that terrible experience with chemo she was hospitalized she just felt that chemo would do her in before the cancer had stage four cancers traveled for the Packers deliver and do well in Detroit in around the world actually people hear about our work why because you radio listeners save lives listeners save lives our website by the way his listeners save lives dot com the Sooners save lives dot com listeners tell other people and she has a brother in New York and the brother in New York told her in Detroit Hey there's this doctor leader man you may want to city and she came to me and she came to me almost two years ago with his pancreas cancer that's traveled to the liver and she had surgery member surgery didn't work out so well she had chemo schemer was super toxic and so she came to me for radio surgeon for consultation and just because you come for it also doesn't mean you're gonna have registered it means are going to talk about it right we are talking about all the options we spoke about all the options she came as a loving husband and a loving brother and they all come together from Detroit and we offer all the options you talked about surgery and chemo and no treatment and radiation and radio surgeon she chose radio surgery for this mass in the liver and this is the work that we do every day in patients come from around the world wide to get better care to get the care that we offer at thirteen eighty four Broadway Dr liederman allow doctor Arial interment who's so fantastic and there's other doctors as well you're welcome to call us you're welcome to see this so this woman was treated and is in remission doing well and is happy and healthy and ambulatory and functional if you start walking down the street you say Hey that's a beautiful woman doing well healthy woman don't even think about cancer and that's the work that we do here at thirteen eighty four Broadway for new cancers a recurrent cancers like the mother over in cancer or surgery chemo doesn't help this woman with pancreas cancer were surgery chemo didn't help recurring theme you getting the idea of the theme and the we can so often deliver of effective treatment for fills its goal with no cutting no bleeding no pain no suffering outpatient.
"seventy three year" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Listeners she's seventy three years old five foot four one hundred and fifty pounds has a benign tumor on her eighth cranial nerve causing her hearing loss on the left side and balance issues anything you could recommend acts absolutely lots of stuff in fact interestingly George all the stuff we're talking about here tonight with the immune system is part and parcel of the protocol you got a deal you got a used to deal with cancer to deal with auto immunity to deal with any other house challenge most importantly work on your digestive system secondly make sure you're using a mule boosters and anti inflammatory nutrients like vitamin C. a lake zinc get on the beyond tangy tangerine make sure you're using your alternates one in flames when most powerful anti cancer nutrients there is and then also what you wanna do a few other things the alternate digestive enzymes ultimate enzymes of retirement earlier proteolytic enzymes are not only import profits like viruses and helping fight helping fight bacteria microbes and of course for digestion but they're also anti inflammatory and anti cancer properties last but not least exercise and also calorie restriction to very very powerful anti anti cancer strategies super let's go back to the phones Wayne's back with us to come to Washington a Wayne let's go for it Wayne you are yes I was asking about colostrum we've already covered the three somebody arctic freeze dried colostrum organic colostrum talks with the people that'll do for them I am a big fan of colostrum what is colostrum colostrum is first milk it's it's them one of a newborn calf is born or knew one day I can't stand in milk you can't stand up well to colostrum is not really no because if the breast fluid that comes out before the breast milk is highly nutritious it's got all kinds of anybody's in there those proteins that fight bacteria and other microbes and it's a source of something called lacto fairy why do Ferron is one of the most powerful immune boosting substances you can every or you could ever enjoy so colostrum is incredible stuff in now I was just reading a Justin care company they came out with a lactoferrin nutritional supplements that they're recommending for folks as a means to stir for out of the corona virus that lactoferrin in colostrum amazing amazing supplements you can buy both of their both readily available next up we go to jail in Maryland welcome to the program hi Joseph good to have you with us HM your chart van how you doing great great great let me see I'm not a medical professional so now that I've said that let me get down to saving some lives if you're going to get you know your immune system up and everything like that you got to detoxify your body so you gotta get your to surround yeah so you gotta grab a handful parsley year run that down with so by five carat Simeon tools salon cherry run that there will far celery stalks you grab to baseball size beats did you say that you never drink more than an ounce of beach shoes because you'll get sick it'll detoxify the body too much then you choose let's say about three apples to pears you put in a request your and a half pounds your and then your phone up with for you mix it up during Kate answers during the warning eight ounces when you come home from work at night that'll be to talk to for your internal organs faltering and then and then what's the obvious here is is corona virus you would take a more restrained biotic and then to nutrients you wanted take Kerr oregano extract you want to take a stride was fruit and you want to take more running a route or regularly from sorry where do you find that the stores you can get that are from you know different health stores you can get that from the internet they just can't they just are experimenting on Moraga this stuff is a miracle leaf it's great stuff and it's also very powerfully in a powerfully antiviral to what do you think of all that that that's a great recommendation all that good stuff guy sounds like he knows he's talking about I am a big fan of Baringo only for only Pharos has they say it's a really powerful immune boosting and antiviral or interesting all right today and if you missed it call one eight five five nine four nine radio one eight five five nine four nine seven two three four and don't forget the website critical health news dot com Tom is our final text and tweet for your band what do you have taught me Hey Ben Kenney from Florida I have two kids eight in ten and I need to protect them what can I do to help against the corona virus we didn't mention this but kids don't really get the corona virus but they can they can they can never carry it but they don't really get symptomatic it happens it definitely happens but it's rare much but certainly much rarer than adults so if for some reason and not for some reason kids don't have the same burdens on the immune system that adults do that's basically what it's about and that's proof positive that has human body whether to Kidder's an adult human body has an ability to deal with this wire some areas like Italy and Spain getting zapped more than other places you know I don't know about Spain but I know when Italy at half the deaths I think worldwide or so close to half the deaths occur annually there's an interesting theory about about the elderly hanging out or the young people hanging out with the elderly more in in Italy but the people who are dying in Italy tend to be the people tend to be elderly to people who are at risk sure there's also much more smoking that takes place in Italy as well as in China for that matter so that might have something to do with it I hadn't heard about Spain but I know that Italy and China are the to the to my hardest hit countries at least in terms of death what do you think's gonna happen in the next two weeks it will be if there will be people free it's gonna keep going there's going to be government mandated shutdowns and may be like in San Francisco and Oakland now talking about New York City there's going to be why shelter in place they call it where you're you're forced to stay home or forced to stay home under penalty of the law what do people do when they have to go to work they're not going to work George and that's not a good thing and you know what else storage this is an opportunity for people to step maybe think about a home based business that's one of the advantages of young Japanese nine courage anybody who's thinking about the economic collapse or economic problems are financial issues because they can't go to work to go to critical health news dot com and look into the business on what they need something right now but today we're here to do jornalista hand them out they live paycheck to paycheck I don't know what's going to happen sorry situation it really is what's going to kneel in Jacksonville Florida welcome to the program hi Neil thanks for calling yeah very much I appreciate your taking my call very much I I I know attributes I know you're just give me your opinion of of vaccines and I I tend to share them but I've been susceptible to to pneumonia all my life as head of five or six times anything I get the respiratory tract is always turned into pneumonia so I got tired of it I'm sixty nine now and about a year or two ago a couple years now I I took the I took a think of those so don't take it at the hospital I take it this the pharmacy a and I think it's I think it was a dual those vaccines for pneumonia and it worked I haven't had pneumonia at all since nothing I have is turned into a here's my question for you and I I don't know if you know the answer if anyone really does but if as if being sixty nine if I should contract this virus of the final stages they say is an ammonia leak but because it has an ammonia vaccine I appear to be extremely resistant if not you know immune now to an ammonia with that protects me from the pneumonia caused by this virus did you know when you say an ammonia vaccine you're the it's a vaccine against the bacteria the coffee houses pneumonia yeah finally gonna Monia Maxine's a bacterial vaccine okay for that matter but added I'm going to offer you protection against the against the virus they will not know because again you cannot kill a virus with a vaccine like that can you not with an anti not with an antibacterial no not with any biotics or anything like that if you come down with this and you beat it which most people do are you immune to what they're after you know the jury's out on that but logic would tell you that yes your meals I have heard of a couple of people that have gotten reports anyway you know you can't really believe all the reports here they've got infected gamble logic would tell you that is immune immune system logically tell yes you would become immune to it at the end of the people who come down with the seasonal flu or with the sixty some thousand people who apparently died every year in the United States from the seasonal flu right do we have any data that tells us how many of them got the vaccine prior to not that I know I would love to see the version numbers I know a lot of people who get the vaccine and experience flu symptoms shortly thereafter no vaccine we have this idea this glorification of pharmacology is will every you take a drug when you're sick and you're not sick anymore and a glorification of vaccinations is that your vaccine and all your backseat and all the sudden you're protected that's not true there are people who get sick even after they're vaccinated there get there people who get sick because they're vaccinated so this is not a foolproof thing that's why focusing on your body's internal chemistry is always the way to go locus of control take control of your health yourself do not expect the miracles of modern medicine to take care of it and take care of you for you let's go to joellen fort Lauderdale Florida welcome to the program Gerald go ahead thank you guys so you guys don't even okay Gerald thank you I just wanted to make a comment I actually live with an emergency room nurse and you know a couple of weeks ago when this first started there were five nurses in the hospital that were exposed to someone that was so called infected with corona and all five of those nurses had the quarantine for a couple weeks and it ended up that not one of them are contracted it she.
White House and president Trump plays down coronavirus threat.
"President Donald Trump blamed a fight for oil market share between Saudi Arabia and Russia as well as unspecified fake news for a significant drop in. Us stock prices yesterday amid sliding demand for crude due to the corona virus on Monday major US stock indices dropped seven percent with the Dow Jones industrial average plummeting. Two thousand points. After oil prices slumped as much as twenty two percent in a separate tweet. He downplayed the impact of the virus. Comparing the number of American lives. It has taken to the greater number of deaths from seasonal influenza. Making it clear he himself hasn't been able to intellectualize the significance of corona virus the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has advised elderly and unwell Americans to avoid crowds in order to limit the impact of the virus. But the White House said it was business as usual as the seventy three year old. Donald Trump attended a fundraising event in Florida unlike flew the current outbreak concerns a new virus. For which there is no vaccine and no natural immunity in the population. Kovic nineteen has only just begun to spread in the US. Nancy Massani a head of the CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases said more than five hundred cases of the virus had been reported in thirty four states and Washington DC. As of Sunday night nineteen people had died eighteen of them in Washington state with the other fatality in California. According to the World Health Organization around one hundred six thousand cases and around three thousand five hundred deaths have been confirmed worldwide. This seems to be a disease that affects adults and most seriously older adults Massoni said. Starting at age sixty there is an increasing risk of disease and the risk increases with age despite reports of an attendee at the recent conservative political action conference near Washington falling sick with corona virus off to interacting with senior Republicans including the Texas Senator Ted Cruz. The White House denied reports that the nation's top officials would change their routine. Jeremy Konin Dyke who is head of foreign disaster assistance led the Obama Administration's response to the Abo- around break in West Africa said on twitter. I cannot overstate how risky it is to be exposing the president of the United States to events like this right now.
"seventy three year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hit many areas across the country freezing temperatures could break records but there is one who would benefit from this colder air the threat of the Tripoli virus has greatly diminished a group of parents at this show but regional high school seeking it independent investigation into the criminal charges filed against a teacher accused of inappropriate actions with the students there's more now from WBZ TV is Michael across this week principal Paul determine echo was placed on paid administrative leave during the review he would not comment but the superintendent sent out a statement saying in part we are making very sure that students at the high school feel supported the safety and security of every student in our system is always our first priority we will keep the public informed Dorothy Veronica is no longer a teacher at the high school the district says she was terminated me month she'll be back in court later on this month the schools said the external review will look into how the district handled the process back in July and August after principal due to medical was informed of the incident a professional referees says in a lawsuit filed Thursday that disgraced Dr Richard Strauss performed a sex act in front of him in a shower after a wrestling match at Ohio State University the referee reported the encounter directly to Republican representative Jim Jordan of Ohio who was the assistant coach at the time Jordan and then head coach Russ HELOC sin shrugged it off according to the lawsuit which was filed in federal court in Ohio implying that Jordan's response to the episode which the referee said happened in nineteen ninety four was no big deal the allegation that Jordan knew of Strauss's misdeeds comes a day before house minority leader Kevin McCarthy's announcement that the powerful congressman Jordan has been assigned to the house intelligence committee which is conducting an impeachment inquiry into president trump I'll fill in host for the game show wheel of fortune but a name well known to its viewers a category is what are you wearing who show an ounce on Twitter for today that seventy three year old host Pat Sajak underwent an emergency operation to correct a blocked intestine a long time co hosts Vanna white stepped in as host the taped episodes will air beginning December ninth the show says say Jack is resting comfortably I'm looking forward to getting back to work but there's no word on how long he's expected to be out or how long white will act as host the two have been hosting we'll together since the eighties white is filled in for say Jack before one segment nineteen ninety six when Sajak had laryngitis taught it to be seen is the president of Turkey to visit president trump in Washington next week protests expected over Turkey's invasion into Syria and the slaughter of America's abandoned Kurdish allies CBS is Charlie d'agata reports from inside Syria the Kurds are fighting back men.
"seventy three year" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Traffic and weather station rights in disputes that we will make citizens arrest of crimes have been committed the penal code allows us citizens to do that curtis sliwa guardian angels they were in town yesterday kelly and they say they're going to start patrols again in albany starting on july eighth week from now i'm not really sure why this time last year when they came in what i said a couple of weeks i said july eighth a week now but it's longer than we now but not a whole longer we talked about and they were here last year there were there were a lot of reasons for them to come in and they were contacted by people who live here and they're helpless requested and the goal of of the guardian angels is to come into a community and teach the community residents how to police themselves and so they only come in for a short period of time they do with need to do they train the people who live here and then they leave but there's also a train in police leadership at that time the city was kind of influx and so there was a reason for them to be here last year that awfully quiet and i'm not really sure why they're here now well i guess they're saying you're still crime and people still want him here you're right though and sleep was says he hopes things go smoother this time around if you remember last time last summer we had him on the air and he was he you know he came in guns ablaze in make you know rippin the mayor for being uncooperative and then meeting with not meeting with her and it was just a bad start but sleeveless says he hopes things go a little more smoothly this summer will add some and full we were independent and autonomous so at times the police would see us in an area completely oblivious to the fact that we were in that area at night so july eighth they're going to start patrolling they say arba hill in the south end and at least this time he's had some contact with the city he had actually had a meeting yesterday with police chief erick hawkins in albany spoke to channel ten you know the chief is you know it's fair to say he's kind of skeptical i think anytime you have individuals who are not from the city who were coming in and doing some things that you know that sort of law enforcement related then it could be problematic in sounds like he's willing to work with into a certain degree though i also found telling over the county legislator wanted to willingham represents albany and she is not a supporter at all i personally believe with all the different issues that we have in our community it takes somebody to actually live here that actually cares about what's going on that knows their neighbor that knows the families so i get i mean i can see both sides of that the guardian angels presence is to involve the local residents in to give them the tools they need to do with themselves so that's a little bit of a stretch to say that they're outsiders coming in and taking over because they don't that's not exactly their goal and i know i can see where he can say well if they can work hand in glove with law enforcement they can kind of coexist give you know being aid to law enforcement on the other hand i could see where a lot of you know these these are professionally trained law enforcement officials they don't want a bunch of maybe you know they worried about vigilantes or knuckleheads getting involved you know they can come up so to speak so we'll see how it goes we'll see how long their commitment last there there's no talk when he came in last summer i think he was talking about troy i think that thing has died on the vine haven't heard any talk about troy did you see this accident in clifton park oh my god yes this poor woman was seventy three year old clifton park women it's called nine eleven nine one one on monday morning and senator husband william barber hitter with an access is jeff hunter over channel ten spoke with the saratoga county sheriff's captain jeffrey brown.
"seventy three year" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Doctor sit up to all the rest and said, hey, there's better ways of treatment. It's better to get a second. Opinion with Dr Liederman guests with that doctor. Liz, yeah. That's right. Same wa Dr Liederman thirteen four Broadway Broadway, and thirtieth street in the heart of New York City. Then we'll give you another example. This is seventy three year old woman who flies in from Detroit. Michigan. Okay. It's not convenient. She's not here from Detroit, because she wants to see the statue of liberty or the Trump Tower, the Empire State building. This is seventy three year old woman. She's marriage had a pancreas cancer. She I had darkening of the year, and while that's called, John urine got dark and the skin got yellow, and she went to one of the biggest hospitals, and there are very big hospitals in. Michigan's went to one of the biggest hospital. She went to the emergency room, does I often talks. You have a problem emergency room and then the surgeon comes out with the white coat. And stethoscope stethoscope say, hey, ma'am, you gotta pancreas cancer. We wanna do a whip procedure on. You will Whipple's a super radical surgery where they cut out the pancreas and all the adjacent. Tissues. That's what they did. They did a Whipple procedure on her and that didn't tower. Hey, Dr Liederman has a high success. Richard pancreas cancers without whip, oh, without radical surgery without the hospital, stay now that surgeon sarin, emergency room told her Geneva Whipple procedure Whipple procedure positive, lymph nodes, send a doctor recommended chemo. She started chemotherapy, upside of being a lotta shit five cycles. She got so sick with the chemotherapy, she got so sick, she to colitis able to tolerate further chemotherapy. She was hospitalized from the chemotherapy was so toxic. Enter doctors never told her about cancer markers, and never told her, hey, we can follow your cancer with cancer, markers had never told her about CA or see ninety-nine. They never told her and within a few months, a cat scan showed a mass growing in the liver. And while they said, well, we don't know what it is. We'll just wait. Wait and wait and wait and wait and see got new scans. And it was more cancer growing the liver, and she came losing weight she lost weight, she went from one hundred thirty five pounds to one hundred and fourteen pounds, losing more than twenty pounds and not feeling well. And she says she's a mental wreck told me she's a mental wreck because of the cancer, she's a smoker. She quit smoking. And while she came to me, she came to me with cancer growing and deliver whip. Oh, failed chemo failed. She came from Detroit, Michigan with her family or loved.
"seventy three year" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"So hopefully that's what it was hopefully, hopefully because if they if he goes down that thing is a rapid might be a rap even with him. But if he's anything less than his best. That's a totally different dynamic. All right. The Lakers they made a decision on their team president. But was it the right call? We will tell you next happy birthday share. Seventy three years old today. Key share just had a birthday a couple of months again. Seriously? It feels that way. I think we were talking about Barbra Streisand's birthday, and we kinda digressed in the share thing, maybe that was seventy three share. Looks good still though. Man. I saw. I mean for me. I saw share running around West Hollywood Beverly Hills. Probably about six seven months ago. Look fine to me. Yes, she's had some work. I mean, they all have haven't seen some yesterday brunch man. The world of medicine. Sitting we're sitting at the table, we're getting off base. But that's okay. I'm gonna do it. Anyway. I'm sitting at the table and the boars, like across from us in Jennifer's back is turned, but she could she could turn her head just enough to see in. I got a straight line. You. The things on the rear end these people when I said in a chair. The it was either going pop. Or it was going slow some hit it trope trip though. It, it was, spilling off the sides of the chair now veasley small chair or no small for them. But Jian goals what, you know, like loud, because I'm like, I'm trying to tell me look at that, right? This bumblebee. What am I look? So she looks a while, you know, the guy was a guy that was sitting next to us that was with them, too. And I know he heard us but adding care, but you should see what they got up in look crazy, like a hail would ever like an aunt like little league Cray. No, this was I've seen some and I've seen some bad ones. But these two that's a, that's a regular thing. Now, I know the no happy. This was crazy, like this was to a whole 'nother level made it was, like you take pictures of everything was going to say, I did not bring my phone. I left it in the car. I just didn't threes. Just no just left, it sitting on my earth, said no my thing, but it was cra-. You had to see it, though. It was like they stuffed when used to dress up as a kid for Halloween or whatever play around, they stuff pills. Just decided. That's what they were going to do. It was crazy. But anyway. Would you would? You know, I couldn't and we had that conversation. Okay me, and GM, we had a conversation because I couldn't I wouldn't do much could what would I to tell me what I could do? I was like you can't go possible way was she into it, though. Gen would she? What Chris gave me the picture of all the first round picks here bunch of picks from the NFL draft column. Looks like he's five six. It's up with that so marquees Brown right next to him in the picture is listed as five nine and Kyle Murray. Looks like he's an inch shorter. If you cut his hair to because his hair standing up, you mean five six you said you saw key? Yeah. He you know, he's every bit of five ten right? He's every bit of five teen. He just does not look five, teen short arms little hands. No long torso. Everything is Squatty..
"seventy three year" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Already. Thank you read end of an era gold, stocks huge crowds over the weekend. Is that that Glenville stores liquidating all of its stock bad, but the the gym over the weekend. Overlays overhearing two women talk in the locker about how they were planning to go there after they left and the husband was already. There was like ten o'clock in the morning the line snaking out the door. And when you come grab what you want. Don't even try it on get right in line. And some people are like in line for an hour and a half two hours. So people getting great bargains yet, so gold stocks, the, you know, the the independent local sporting goods store that's been in business forever. They actually shut it down in August. And then there was some hope anyway that maybe they could make go of it and come back to life. But not so so the liquidation sale continues there, but well done for them. Speaking of the end of an era, Kathy Lee Gifford and hold a copy from the today show. They drank fifty three hundred glasses of wine together during the today show. Heels they had Nixon sitting on the desk. That's right. So yes, Kathy Lee, does she she shot it down Friday was her last show today. But they always oftentimes had a glass of wine to get through the show. One of your dream jobs right hanging out on the today show set in having a glass of white wine follow up on a story about a year ago. The east greenbush police chief Chris lavon started publicly listing all of the suicide calls they got an east greenbush. And I remember at the time vividly. Wow. I had no idea. There are just an awful lot of them. I'm shocked at so many people are so close to the edge at the time. He said, you know, he just thought just by publicizing, the sheer number of people threatening suicide would shed light on a very serious issue. I think he's right. He says it's law phones beneficial to the larger community that the the community at large no about this stuff. And then the times union did like a follow up a year later and my God. I mean still seemed he'll just so many people. In in pain right now. Yeah. And I think that was the whole reasoning behind it with not to publicly identify who these people are. But to show how wide spread of a problem, it is and all different age groups all different demographics is to let people know. It's very real issue. And it's okay to talk about it. He used that. As a launch point to let people know what the symptoms are take people seriously when they give you any indication they might be struggling and reach out for help. If you know, you might be one of them. Yeah. I'm on the signs like you mentioned they've talking about wanting to die talking about being a burden to others sleeping too much withdrawing feeling isolated. There is the national suicide prevention lifeline, you can you can call for more information a lot of places where there's information the national suicide prevention hotline crisis chat, Albany county department of mental health there's a ton of resources out there. But you had mentioned all ages and different ways of life. A six year old man contacted his health providers saying was fighting depression. He thought about killing himself mother called nine one one or seventeen year old daughter. Complained of weakness and depression, a nineteen year old became enraged overnight issue grabbed a knife to threaten to kill herself Seventy-three-year-old told his health provider. He was tired of being a burden on his family on goes. And no one's exempt from it. So we think he did a nice job though, the chief to chief Lavenham and shedding light on this. We also have we have an update on a story. We told you about last week last week. The story went that. This woman was in West Virginia mall with her five year old guy comes up grabs. The five year old by the hair and tries to have Dr mama pulls out a legally, legally owned handgun and bad guy. Gives up the kids and the bad guys arrested. Well, now, it turns out that's not doesn't appear to be the case. Yeah. So they determined that the surveillance video doesn't line up with her story or version of events that she actually reacted to this guy by pulling out a gun after he patted her daughter on the head, and it appeared that he was being friendly. And patted him on out of the child in the head. And she responded by pulling out this gun in reporting that he tried to better child get and then like the third interview with police because of the video and another witness cast some doubts on her account. She kind of changed her story. So the bottom line is this guy in in. I know you shouldn't be touching strangers kids at the mall. No, even if it's to Pat on the head, but they dropped the charges against this. Fifty four year old Egyptian man and they've now charged her with filing a false report. So that that story than if I presented absolutely took and Kelly eight forty bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. No matter who you are or where you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training..
"seventy three year" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Police say seventy three year old woman was driving north on Holt road last night when she hit the teens as they were walking in a crosswalk between Wheeler high school and the old location of east Cobb middle school her Mercedes-Benz collided with both of them. The crash remains under investigation. Gbi I now working on his eighteenth officer involved shooting investigation of the year. A suspect is dead seven. Officers are on paid administrative leave GB, I says thirty four year old Thomas Winfred of grove town, Georgia charts at Athens, court county police officers was what data scribe as an air soft replica style handgun causing seven officers to fire at him Jeffrey Guillen, but the Athens Clarke county police department. The shooting are observers did again to render first aid in the individual was transported to a local hospital where he did succumb to his injuries officer involved shooting took place in a church parking lot on Westlake drive in Athens, Abby Jessen WSB, it's a weekend of golf and some serious fundraising for President Trump West Palm Beach as Democrats announced their intentions to run the president hosting donors for the Republican national committees retreat at mar a Lago raising millions of dollars President Trump puts out his budget proposal to congress tomorrow expected to contain a request for eight point six billion dollars to fund a border wall and sports Atlanta. United has its first home game of the season today. Head coach Frank de Boer hoping to team will turn things around after a tough start to the season do much better, of course in our home game to create chances ourselves too sloppy. When we had the bowl Atlanta United hosts FC Cincinnati today. Five o'clock had lent. A hawks meanwhile, hosts New Orleans pelicans tip off at six o'clock..
"seventy three year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"This is handle on marginal legal advice. I tell you. You have no case so dealership Colorado hospital Agassi, Colorado was already facing medical malpractice suit from Lindsey Woolley after the doctors wrongfully removed both kidney you saw last me. Now, the case may turn into a wrongful death because she just died Seventy-three-year-old doctors at the hospital, remove both of her kidneys. Despite a pathology report found no evidence of malignancy with results consistent with a Beinin. A we're a benign process. In other words, kidney was fine. And so her kidneys were removed. Doctors saw did the pathology nothing. And so now, she has a problem, no kidneys. So. She goes into dialysis, and she's there three times a week and one of the things that her attorney sad or the family's attorney because he's kind of dead. Now is that a few things kidneys regulate one of them is potassium. And we don't when you don't have kidneys dialysis that removes toxins in your body. Her potassium levels were twice what they should have been. In other words, the dialysis did not in fact, remove enough potassium, potassium. And she ended up dying. I mean a whole lot and it was cardiac arrest. So now, the argument is wrongful death is a result of the kidney removal. Yeah. Where are they going to go with that? And makes it even worse that her daughter was planning to donate, one of her kidneys. But they weren't they weren't able to put it in because mom was so sick. So hospital is looking at some liability. And my guess is we're not going to see a trial here. They're going to settle this puppy very quickly. All right. Let's go ahead and take some phone calls. Here's well, high will welcome. Yes. This is well longtime listener timeshare that I've had for a long time. And I want to get rid of it. The annual maintenance fees have gone up every year to where there were expensive now and contacted them about been bullied by backer. Well, even take it back free, and they wanted to either they won't so you wanna cancel your contract. And they can't have a contract. That's in perpetuity. I mean that just simply doesn't work. And so I've seen those before where the company start going crazy, and they ding your credit, and you simply say, I'm I'm giving up. I've abandoned the property you can just simply say I've walked away take it back. It's yours. Give it to somebody wants it. There are a we're going to do sell these depending on how hot that is. It is that a pretty good timeshare. Not anymore. It was bought out by alert one and it's not worth much anymore. Right. Well, that's all you can do what they can't do is hold you in perpetuity to it. And someone can take it back, and they will take it back like losing your house. They can't force you to pay the tax on it. All they can do is take the house back four tenths. I can walk. Can I walk away from it? I think so now they're going to ding, your credit for sure and depending on the contract, you may be responsible for x number of months or a year or two, but they can't say you now for the rest of your life this property, you'll maintenance on it. I mean that just doesn't work that way. Call one of the companies that sell these things. They want money upfront or understand. Yeah. I don't know about that. I've never, but it's a reason why. He shouldn't have a timeshare, and you may also want to call any attorney that has dealt with timeshares. Give you the exact word, what kind of attorney would contact any civil attorney any business attorney has had any experience with timeshares. Okay. All right. That's all you do is find out any do an Email blast. You've got a handle on the line dot com. And do that. Hi, mike. Yes. Mike. Yeah. I. I actually my father-in-law's how my wife and he's six years old and either smoker, and I'm wondering what happens to this house if he should happen to die. Well, number of things depends on is he holding it in joint tenancy with anybody. Does he own it outright? Does he only in his name? And if he has. Sorry. Go ahead. Does he have an only in his name his name? It's got a mortgage. He he's got about one hundred fifty grand inequity. All right. So now does he have a will know? All right. So it's his daughter, which is your wife. Are there are there any other siblings? No, right. And does he have? And he's not married. I'm assuming right? Correct. Then it goes to your wife the property goes to your wife. Okay. As far as the mortgage goes. And and things like that. How does that work with the Bank? You can go to the Bank and say I want the mortgage transferred to my name or just keep on paying. And what's it so filled and what's a satisfied? I mean, how do we? I mean, you're gonna take title right now. Mike. What happens is your daughter is going to take title or his daughter is gonna take title to the property one of two ways. Either by way of a will that he has written which if I were your wife, I go. Hey, dad, you want to write a wheel? So I get the property or transfer it to mine also at your name, and my name is swimming that the old man wants to leave it to your wife, that's assuming that's the case. And what you do is you put the transfer the property from his soul and separate property to a joint tenancy with your wife and him effectively co owners in the second. He dies your wife automatically by law owns the property or he leaves nothing doesn't do that. And your wife, then inherits by way of intestacy someone losing someone inheriting the problem property without a will. So there's a whole bunch of different scenarios. So either way any way you do it. Your wife is going to get the property. Now's good. All right. And no one's going to vent to you. Because there's no one there that's an owner and accept her. So you're fine. Hi, laura. Welcome to handle on the law. Thank you Bill. I have a disability. I have a private disability insurance which I paid on for over twenty years, and they paid me for about ten years. I send informs to my doctor who isn't orthopedist, and they sold them out send them to the disability company. I found out that all this time the chiropractors in his office has been signing these forms filling them out and the insurance company has accepted them. My policy expires November every year in April. I sending these forms. They are now refusing to accept them. They say they need a physician signature refuses to sign it and says if I don't like it, I need to find another doctor, which I'm in the process of doing. My question is is this a an incidence of dealing and perhaps bad? No, I don't think. So because the argument is going to be we needed. The physician all of these years, and we've let it fly until we realize what's happening or someone caught in an audit in an audit. The harp had other physicians signatures. I mean, my I have county service connected disability. I am. It doesn't matter. Those are for those forms. We're talking about this policy and someone signing the requirements the medical requirements for this policy. There is one argument you have in that is stop all that what you've been doing it for twenty years or ten years. And now, you're saying, no. And you've accepted this all of these years, and you have some kind of a stop the problem is you're going to have to sue them for the benefits and because they it's not bad faith. They're not arbitrarily doing it. They're saying, hey here are rules. You have to have a physician sign off get another physician to do it. That's easiest thing. Right. All right. Thank you. You got it. This is handle on the law, and there is Tessa Barrera.
"seventy three year" Discussed on KTRH
"One of the workers here at the construction site the reporting to work early this morning, and when he arrived at work, he discovered the seed and on the ground immediately called the victim has been identified as Seventy-three-year-old Stanley Spiegel who was reported missing from Houston Methodist Hospital Tuesday. He reportedly had suffered blunt trauma to the head, but investigators are awaiting an autopsy to determine exactly how he died bond set at fifteen grand for each of the north tex- two of the North Texas couples accused of locking two kids and a dog kennel page Hawking's, Andrew fabulous appeared in a wise. County courtroom on Wednesday on challen dangerous charges. They were arrested Tuesday after four kids reportedly founded a barn. Gator say the children did not have access to food and were covered in feces the kids now in foster care KTAR, h news time is twelve oh three well its mission complete for mashes NASA's Mars Rover opportunity officials with NASA and at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena announced that they've been unable to contact the Rover after last June's planet wide dust storm. This was a ninety day mission. And we were so excited by just having three bonds to to explore the planet with just a kilometer of capability, but fourteen and a half years later, we've done phenomenal things the Rover found evidence that there was once flowing water on Mars and helped us better understand the red planet and our own NASA plans to launch another over to continue our opportunity left off in twenty twenty and that's James robots reporting. Well, first the good news about Wednesday's ragged game in Minnesota James harden kept the street going. Beard straightaway..
"seventy three year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Up thick fur coat. Seventy-three-year-old ri- Alexandrov is heading home. It's minus twenty. Slowed. She climbs the steps to pretty wooden house. And when rienscher turns on the lights. It becomes clear how much she misses. Her son Czeslaw. She's turned the family home into a museum dedicated to his memory. Just love was killed in the Soviet Union's. Disastrous war in Afghanistan. Shifted russia. Racer gives me a tour. We stay in our coats. It's as cold inside out on display of yet Slavs baby clothes. He's comic books. He's batch collection. The walls are plastered with his portrait yet yorislav was named posthumously hero of the USSR. But that's little comfort to his mother. Notional boola. They shouldn't have sent out troops. There. Writer tells me fifteen thousand of our lattes were killed in Afghanistan. Fifteen thousand of Al very best young men. The US. Shop did admit it's mistake eventually thirty years ago after Soviet troops had pulled out the Soviet parliament declared the original decision to invade Afghanistan morally and politically reprehensible, but now the history of this war is being rewritten. From racist village in book. School-children? Welcome veterans of the Soviet war in Afghanistan who are taking a school.
"seventy three year" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Soviet troops left ghanistan during Moscow's, a decade-long occupation hundreds of thousands of Afghans and fifteen thousand Soviet soldiers were killed I'll Moscow correspondent, Steve Rosenberg traveled to southern Russia to see the legacy of what became known as the USSR's Vietnam. Take a listen. A thousand miles from Moscow lies the village of is a billionaire abundance Cossacks built it, and they chose this name because of the abundance of riches here fertile soil and forests wild animals three rivers. But the woman walking towards me would give up all of that. In a second for the one thing missing from abundance, a some. Bundled up thick fur coat. Seventy-three-year-old racer Alexandrov is heading home. It's minus twenty. Sloat. She climbs the steps to pretty wouldn't house. And when racer turns on the lights. It becomes clear how much she misses. Her son Slav. She's turned the family home into a museum dedicated to his memory. If you love was killed in the Soviet Union's. Disastrous war in Afghanistan. Does Russia racer gives me a tour? We stay in our coats. It's as cold insight as out on display of yet yorislav baby clothes comic books. He's batch collection. The walls are plastered with his portrait get yourself was named posthumously hero of the USSR. But that's little comfort to his mother. Tissue. They shouldn't have sent out troops. There rice tells me fifteen thousand of our lads were killed in Afghanistan. Fifteen thousand of our very best young men. Barney. The US. Shop did admit it's mistake eventually thirty years ago after Soviet troops had pulled out the Soviet parliament declared the decision to invade Afghanistan morally and politically reprehensible, but now the history of this war is being rewritten. Seventy miles from racist village. Children. Welcome veterans of the Soviet war in Afghanistan who are taking a school assembly..
"seventy three year" Discussed on KCRW
"Is going to take. I mean, my friends are scattered all over the country. Seventy-three-year-old Linda Oslo and her husband, Bob, who's eighty five lost their home. If they were thinking about going to live near family that was a decision that was made for them, and they're gone. The ostlund have been staying with friends in a little town in the valley ever since they don't wanna go back. The first thing I think of is the toxicity they figure what's going to take a year to clear those lots who knows what they're going to get around to ours. And then to get a contractor, and they're gonna be rebuilding what seventeen thousand homes and. And at my age. I don't have years the ostlund lived in paradise since nineteen seventy-two watching as it went from a quiet country town to a commuter city built out into the woods. It was cheaper. It's a haven for retirees on fixed incomes, but the ostlund and a lot of other people were traumatized by the fire. And we don't wanna go back up there. I don't know if I could sleep well in the middle of the summer if I woke up at two o'clock in the morning and heard the wind blowing forty miles an hour. And it's eighty degrees out guy blade. They're just wide awake thinking, oh boy. The campfire has again exposed the high risk of living an overgrown forests now prone to even more severe wildfires due to climate change. Its aftermath is also leading some to wonder whether our immediate response to disasters the rush to rebuild and put everything back. How it was is the right thing to do at mayor runs. The housing authority of Butte county, we see these populations coming out of paradise. They want to stay here. Want to stay with her community? They've been here for decades. But really that's not an option not an option right now for a place that already had a housing shortage, and is now basically a skeleton their trucking in water to make coffee at Starbucks. The hospital is shuttered. The Safeway is rubble and.
"seventy three year" Discussed on X96
"About dating app was a mother dating app. A woman bragging about this fear that she'd shot to some potential date, which I is that what you would do on a dating app, man. I got this big old buck, look you're trying to you know, I'm trying to woo. The other person impress him with this. I am a hunter and gatherer game. Warden? I am excellent. For mating. I thought that was a great candidate. But now, no. Then there was Boehner candidate number to get you. Dear. Thought I shot a deer drunk guy trying to shoot a deer off the deck of his camper is on sitting on his camper. As it there in the shot and the mist and didn't realize I guess that the bullet kept traveling and shot a woman Seventy-three-year-old one, cleaning or stove. Charter in the back of the head. She was bleeding and she got in her car drove herself to the hospital. And then there was Boehner candidate number three. If you need to make ends meet Stephen he'd have a garage sale. Shopper got a hobby turn it into cash. This is the coastguard Virgil glass. One a great gift card verge and the overwhelming winner with well over one hundred votes number three Boehner candidate number three. Okay. We go. That is the winner of round one. It now has a chance to become Boehner of the day. It'll have to defeat the winner of round two's voting when we do this again at eight twenty three more candidates than we'll take the winner of that round face it off against this one at nine twenty. That's when you'll decide Boehner of the day this really hard. What you make this really hard for somebody to be Boehner the movies with Sean means coming up in the next break a whole bunch of stuff opening this week. So I was it's my it's my daughter's birthday today. My birthday Lil MRs Bill youngest daughter fifteen today and. And.
"seventy three year" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"It doesn't come out where went in. It doesn't come out in the same place that it came from. I've noticed this true in so many of the areas of my life where I'm trying to see change and improvement. Even in the area of my anger. I wonder sometimes when I'm driving down the road. And something comes over me. A demon called legion. Comes over me. And I will think to myself there isn't there is no way that woman that seventy three year old woman's turned signal. Could've made me as mad as I just got. If she were in my church, I would hug that woman. And here I am thinking thoughts about this woman. Maybe same some words about this woman in the safety of the sanctuary of my vehicle. And been wonder where does this come from? You know, that's a great question to ask about the stuff in your life of we can put it that way. Jesus said it goes in your mouth one way, but it comes out in a different form. And a good question to ask about that stuff in your life is where did it come from? How did I how did I take that out on somebody who didn't even do anything to me? See because usually where it comes out is not where it comes from. We don't usually get angry and lose our temper with people who were actually mad at. We lose our temper with people who we know we'll forgive us..
"seventy three year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Forty offramp officers found the woman walking on Woodman road away from a car that car was pulled over and Carlos Rosario infanta of holyoke was arrested. He's being held on high bail officers found a BB gun inside the car at a car is stolen in providence with a five year old child inside the man drove to a home on Linwood street with his nephew in the car and ran inside a teenage cousin then stepped out of the car to talk to someone. He knew. Police say that's when the car Drakkar made his move the car was ditch nearby minutes later with the child on hurt. Police are searching for the carjacker. Elizabeth smart says people with a history of child abuse and sexual violence like the one who helped kidnap her. This should be housed as far away from schools as possible. Smarts comment comes after she learned the woman who helped doctor when she was a teenager is living in an apartment in Salt Lake City, Utah just blocks from school Utah sex offender registry. Lists Seventy-three-year-old Wanda Barzi as living near the school while on federal supervised release bars pleaded guilty to helping her husband abducts smart at point in twenty two when she was fourteen all the rain didn't put a damper on Boston ringing in the new year. WBZ TV's Tiffany Chan reports from the upbeat. Chinese dragon dancers familiar face spectators, lined boylston street to get a glimpse of the people's procession led by Boston's mayor Marty Walsh, Andrew waters in his two boys escaped the Australian sun to ring in twenty nineteen in New England..