35 Burst results for "Seventy Three Years"

"Sports blogging" with WhiteSox Dave - Episode 028 - burst 01

The Sportscaster and Her Son

04:20 min | 2 months ago

"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.

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Music podcast celebrates Indias neighbours

podnews

02:59 min | 3 months ago

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

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Progressive challenger Jamaal Bowman leads incumbent Rep. Engel in New York Dem Primary

Midday News

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Progressive challenger Jamaal Bowman leads incumbent Rep. Engel in New York Dem Primary

"New York is turning more progressive based on the early results we're seeing from the primaries yesterday W. CBS reporter Marla diamond as we wait for the final count progressive Jamaal Bowman a forty four year old former middle school principal is leading the seventy three year old veteran congressman by four thousand votes with just nineteen percent of the vote counted but Bowman gave what sounded like a victory speech last night so I'm excited I am happy I am five years I cannot wait to get to Congress because the problem Bowman was endorsed by Alexandria Castille Cortez who was declared the winner in the fourteenth district with seventy two percent of the vote Bronx city councilman Ritchie Torres led a crowded field to replace the retiring Jose Serrano the opportunity to represent the essential workers of this borough to represent a powerful mothers of this borough it's the culmination of a dream but we have to count every ballot mailing ballots will not be counted until

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Ocasio-Cortez endorses Engel primary challenger

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Ocasio-Cortez endorses Engel primary challenger

"Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio Cortez is endorsing a democratic primary challenger in the New York district right next to hers in a series of tweets she came out for Jamaal Bowman an African American educator who is trying to defeat seventy three year old sixteen term Eliot Engel chairman of the house foreign affairs committee whose district includes the Bronx well because you're Cortez says this moment requires renewed and revitalized

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Hundreds Of Prisoners Have Died In U.S. From Coronavirus

Weekend Edition Sunday

04:02 min | 5 months ago

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

Weekend Edition Sunday

04:22 min | 5 months ago

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

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

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

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"seventy three years" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"seventy three years" 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.

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Remembering John Prine

Q

03:40 min | 7 months ago

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

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Celebrated singer-songwriter John Prine has died at 73

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

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

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Celebrated singer-songwriter John Prine has died at 73

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

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

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"seventy three years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:29 min | 8 months ago

"seventy three years" 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.

White House and president Trump plays down coronavirus threat.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:36 min | 8 months ago

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.

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The 1992 Little League World Series Scandal

Sports Criminals

04:59 min | 8 months ago

The 1992 Little League World Series Scandal

"Event the International Youth Sports while it might Okun Image of fun and innocence throughout its seventy three year history. The tournament has been plagued by scandal and on the afternoon of August. Twenty Ninth Nineteen Ninety. Two as spectators watched the Filipino team celebrating on the field after clobbering their American opponents. They couldn't shake the uneasy feeling that something about the situation didn't feel quite right. Welcome to sports criminals. Apar- cast original. This is the third episode in our March Madness. Special this month. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from nineteen ninety. Two Thousand Twenty. I'm Carter Roy and I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to nineteen ninety two and the Little League World Series Scandal. Zamboanga city located on a small remote island in the Philippines is most famous for its canned sardine industry but in nineteen ninety two. It was the city's Little League Baseball team that caught the world's attention the team from Zamboanga breezed through the World Series Tournament. Demolishing everyone in its path until trouncing a squad from Long Beach California in the championship. Game fifteen to four from a gold medal in boxing thirty years before the boys victory represented the most significant athletic achievement. In the country's history they returned to the Philippines as heroes where President Fidel Ramos through them. A parade in the capital city and awarded them over forty dollars in scholarship money. Nearly everyone in the country celebrated the team's victory everyone except journalist Al Mendoza as a journalist. Mendoza's job was to tell the truth. Which wasn't always easy in a country like the Philippines twenty years before dictator Ferdinand Marcos had banned anything beyond state-sanctioned news and only recently after a regime change had independent news outlets resumed operation. Just a day. After the team's Victory Parade Mendoza published a column in the daily Enquirer with the heading mothers. How old are your children? He not only cast doubt on the ages of the players from Zamboanga City. But whether they were actually from the small town as they claimed to qualify for the Little League world series players must be between ten and twelve years old and the player must live within the geographic boundary of the town or city that his or her team represents for example. Boy From Austin Texas. Can't play on team from Dallas. Ten to twelve is also a tricky age because of the disparity and boys sizes and appearance at that age some of almost reach their adult height will others are still under five feet tall to Mendoza and many others the Filipino players looked too and too poised for boys that age after he published his column. The American League president fact sheet of questions to his counterpart in the Philippines to confirm the players were the correct age and if they were all from Zamboanga City in his response the Filipino. Little League president declared that all the players were of legal age but admitted that several from outside Zamboanga city had been added to the roster because the original players weren't able allowed to travel to the United States. He explained that Zamboanga City is a very rural area and that many of the boys were needed to work on their parents farms. Others had been too afraid to fly. He also maintained that if the substitution hadn't been made the original team from Zamboanga City would have beaten the Americans by twice as much but days later Mendoza and his colleagues revealed that excluding the eight players added to the roster from other cities the six players actually from Zamboanga city. Were all over. Asia anywhere from thirteen to fifteen years old and had assumed the identities of younger boys in town that the team had replaced their original manager with coach from Manila. A coach who couldn't even speak or understand the dialect used in Zamboanga City. Furthermore the parents of the overage athletes had also assumed false identities in an effort to maintain the ruse. Maybe the Little League Baseball could overlook the replacement of a few kids who were too scared to fly but when it came to systematic fraud perpetrated by multiple generations. They had no choice but to strip the Filipino team of its title and awarded to the boys from

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Leading a multi-generational team.

Hacking Your Leadership

03:14 min | 8 months ago

Leading a multi-generational team.

"For this talent Tuesday episode. I WanNa talk about the recent trend in many organizations of hiring generational consultant a generational consultant may or may not be what you think it is but the rise in this trend should come as no surprise given it for the first time in American history. There are five distinct generations occupying the workforce. I we're the traditionalist or silent generation. Those born prior to Nineteen forty-six. Some retired years ago in a return to the workforce because they understand the importance of continuing to exercise their minds. Some had retirement accounts hit hard in the recession. They weren't ready to retire when they initially planned. As we're told by angry spouse to go to the house I'm kind of kidding but not completely next to the baby boomers. Those born between nineteen forty six and nineteen sixty four. These people are between fifty six and seventy three years old around ten thousand of them retire every single day but millions are still several years away from retirement. Many are running organizations now while others are in various middle management roles and it started to see people twenty thirty or even forty years younger than the become their bosses third. We have Jenex those were between nineteen sixty five nineteen seventy-nine these people are between forty one and fifty five years old. They're mostly nowhere near retirement but the smart ones know that retirement is not an age rather a financial state. Fourth we have millennials those war between nineteen hundred and nineteen ninety-four. These people are between twenty six and forty years old and many of them haven't even found a career that will make them financially stable much less when they love half the American workforce last. We Have Gen Z. Those born after Nineteen ninety-five. Many of these people are still in school. But the ones who are in the workforce are occupying largely entry level. Jobs if you're listening right now chances. Are you work alongside people from at least four of these five generations if your leader you probably have people from a few different ones reporting to you? So why is this important? It's important because all these people are looking for different things from you. Their leader different stages of life come different priorities and every person reporting to you views their job as a vehicle for accomplishing those priorities. For some might be simply a paycheck for others. It's absorption of skills and knowledge in order to move on to bigger things for some it's simply a desire to enjoy the job hanging out with people they like and not dread coming to work and for others it could be a quest for deep meaningful fulfilment and a desire to give back while we all might assigned varying degrees of nobility to these priorities. None of them are wrong and to the employees who resonate with each one. None of the others are as important as theirs. In theory a generational consultant navigate. These waters they make you fluent in five different languages so to speak so you can tailor. Leadership style appropriately but were many leaders are missing. The mark is in their belief that they need any help doing this for their own. Teams you-know-who Generational consultants recruiters marketing teams. People who work in generalities are baby boomers selfish. I Dunno find me one who is a final. One Who isn't to millennials have poor work ethic. I duNNo. Show me one who does and I'll show you. Doesn't you see while broad. Sweeping generalizations are important for maximising impact when attempting to reach out to a community as a whole. They're terrible for reaching out to a person. They removed the individuality and made people feel like they are seen as a piece of data rather than a person. So if your leader people you find yourself. Trying to better relate to a multi generational workforce and help them meet their goals. Stop writing about their generation and start having real candid conversations and might be awkward. At first he may not anything in common with them. But if both of you share the goal of getting them where they want to be. It's fantastic jumping off point. It'll only get better with time. Thanks for listening and have a fantastic day.

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Obama-backed documentary on Ohio factory wins Academy Award

The Sunday Show

12:10 min | 9 months ago

Obama-backed documentary on Ohio factory wins Academy Award

"The documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length documentary was produced and directed by my guests Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are it was the first film acquired by the Obamas new production company higher ground which is distributing it in partnership with Netflix last year American factory when the Sundance directing award in the documentary category the movie is about what happened when a Chinese company opened a new automotive glass factory in Dayton Ohio in the same spot where a GM company close just a few years earlier the new Chinese factory foo yell glass America was greeted is great news by Dayton and by men and women in need of jobs but as time went on it became apparent there was a considerable culture clash between how the Chinese treat workers and have the American workers expected to be treated especially those workers who are used to having the United auto workers union behind them and no longer did some of the workers are making half as much in our IT Fujio than they did at GM by focusing on this one factory the film is a case study of what the global economy means for some American workers and how hard it's become to find work that pays enough to have a home and support children right guard and bogan are with the perfect people to make American factory they live twenty five minutes away from the factory and their previous film the last track documented the closing of Dayton's GM factory the last track was also nominated for an Oscar your record Steve Bognor welcome to fresh air congradulations on your Oscar nomination and on the film thank you Terry so what were the expectations in your hometown Dayton won a Chinese billionaire announced that he would open a new automotive glass factory there on the site of the GM plant that close you know people were very hopeful we had lost the GM plant almost eight years before when chairman Chow who's the you know Chinese billionaire who bought that old rusting General Motors plant when he came to town it just everybody was really very excited yeah after that GM plant closed things were so hard for so long I mean people lost their homes the job you could get were like at the Cole's distribution center or payless shoes warehouse distribution center or fast food people making nine Bucks an hour and and imagine your middle aged you gotta cater to your mortgage and you're making nine dollars an hour it's just like it was so hard and there was such hope went went through yeah now yeah so what were the incentives for the billionaire the Chinese billionaire the chairman who opened this factory in Dayton well one thing is if you make glass in the Midwest right on interstate seventy five right if you think about it goes from Detroit all the way down through the south all the auto makers are all along there so heavy glass no longer has to be shipped from China to reach the big three and all the other automakers and you know labor costs and China have been going up over many years and labor costs you know what people make per hour in the US have been going down and so the chairman and his team the free out team we're doing a lot of calculations about the cost of shipping the cost of energy labor costs and at some point it made sense for them to come to the US and and actually chairman shall told us he was also asked by General Motors by some of the other automakers to set up shop in the Midwest because they needed more Cassidy more more reliable glass delivery you know the chairman is seventy three years old now he's exactly my age as it happens he I think wanted a kind of capstone project to his life and he wanted to create a big huge plant in the United States this was a huge challenge his family was against him a lot of the Chinese other businessmen were against him it was kind of a personal decision on his part to go ahead and do it despite the opposition from people close to him it's such an interesting clash of cultures that we see in American factory expectations regarding everything about work from pay and benefits to what workers are expected to sacrifice for the privilege of working for the corporation let's start by comparing what automakers made at the GM plant when they were unionized and they were in the United auto workers to what they were making at Fujio which is not unionized well in in the film shown a Rosser who worked at the old GM plant and now works of Frida she says it varies directly she says that GM she was making twenty nine dollars and some cents per hour and if we out she makes twelve eighty four so that's less than half of what she used to make and you know she has several children she's got she has a house that they actually lost they lost their houses they couldn't they couldn't make the mortgage payments after GM closed it's a very different world and you know here here's the crazy thing it's like in China it's been a remarkable trajectory like China is on the rise and people in the film like Wong he once he is the furnace engineer who has been sent from China to the U. S. he's here for at least two years is not going to see his children for two years but he's been working a full house and she was like nineteen years old she is so dedicated to food out and it's offering him a path to the middle class he told us he's going to be able to build a build a house for his for his family for his kids back in China because he's making such good money meanwhile in the states people like Shimei who once had a blue collar middle class life modest but but secure they they have no security anymore and it's it's just very different landscape I want to get back to the culture clash between the Chinese and the Americans at the Chinese on factory in Dayton the American workers there thought they were working just like too hard for too little pay and the Chinese supervisors and the chairman that is the CEO of the company thought American workers that they're they're just lazy they don't appreciate what we're giving them and they want to much praise they need to be praised all the time where is the American workers felt like they were not being respected you know you're really putting your finger on something that I wish the management had recognized way earlier in that plant and I will I hope all foreign companies coming here begin to recognize that in our work culture workers expect to be respected expect to be not told do you just do this American worker will respond well why and maybe I have a better idea we'll look them look the supervisor right in the eye and question them this is not really happen in China very much it's just a different work culture where people do what the boss says boss says you have to work six days a week or seven days a week you just do it but in the United States we are we are expected we've what fought to have an eight hour day and the have weekends off that's pretty much unheard of in industrial work in China people expect to work twelve hour days six days a week the Chinese workers we spoke with we spoke with a lot of them they're not happy about it they don't like being away from their kids for most of the year or only seeing them on Sunday partly it's because that's what the culture has brought them to you know they've they've lifted millions and millions of people out of poverty in one and a half more last generations right but that has resulted in this really intense work life and people are proud you know Chinese workers are proud of their country they're proud of their company they're really proud how China is flourishing in the world I would say the American workers we now I can't say that they're proud of their company or they feel like really behind America like Americans really helping them rice in the world I think we're on a trajectory of less hope less possibilities we here in the US as far as working class people where is in China I think there's tremendous hope a tremendous sense that what our country is really has a huge place in the world to play there's a sequence that I I find so fascinating where the Chinese company bring some of the American supervisors to China to to see how this plan this kind of plan operates in China because the CEO of this company you know has one or more glass factories in in China so they bring them there and you see what it's like in China for the workers there first of all all the workers are in the union it's the communist union and seems like the branch of this union is headed by the CEOs brother in law true true yeah so what is the what I know strike one what is the union do for the workers there what is what is the meaning of the union well it's more like a social club either the union there because the the the Chinese Communist Party is so integrated and aligned with the management of food yeah now the traditional concept of the union that we would have here as an advocate for the workers in opposition to the company or to take on the company that that really doesn't exist the union that we saw and at Foochow in China is more like an HR department that helps build camaraderie esprit de corps you know that the kind of team building stuff and it's it's yeah it just felt different something else that really struck me and the Chinese segment of the film is that the supervisors talk to the workers in an almost military kind of way like to learn the workers would like line up information and the supervisor would kind of give them commands and then they'd have to like chance things at the end and they're chanting slogans like long as long as it's in praise of the company slogans they probably know really really well and don't really need to chance yeah it's this is just about their cultural difference it's funny because when one of the American supervisors when he got home he tried to get the Americans to line up in that kind of military formation and it just did not go that well you know it's like the people who signed up to work in this hot intense glass factory and the United States they're making twelve eighty four an hour and they're not getting paid enough to line up and be regimented like that there's a slogan that is said which I think so in kind of in capsules capitalism which is to stand still is to fall back wasn't that it's Steve yeah that's one of things a chance the morning on a day to stand still is to fall back and that's that's true of capitalism it is weird that the this communist country seems like the best capitalists in the world right now you know that they're sold they've been so driven my guess Sir Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are they produced and directed the documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length

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Doomsday Clock Moves Within 100 Seconds Of Midnight

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Doomsday Clock Moves Within 100 Seconds Of Midnight

"Well the keepers of the doomsday clock have moved the symbolic count down to global disaster to its closest point to midnight in it seventy three year history the clock has moved from two minutes to midnight to one hundred seconds to midnight governor Jerry Brown our former governor serves as executive chairman of the bulletin he said the group cites the existential danger from nuclear war and climate change this is the moment if there ever was to wake up it's now and those who have to wake up are you and I hope that not one person here feels any cynicism complacency or feeling that we're not in this predicament the bulletin doomsday clock was founded after the creation of the atomic bomb in World War two and focuses on the greatest threats to human

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Spike Lee is first black person to lead Cannes Film Festival jury

Q

06:22 min | 10 months ago

Spike Lee is first black person to lead Cannes Film Festival jury

"So just a little recap the SAG awards were handed out last night in LA so the south Korean film parasite made history for its win for best ensemble the film while winning this still the awards were still criticized for its lack of diversity which is a big conversation that's happening you might have heard of the Oscar so white hashtags back in the headlines again the entire Best Director category this year is made primarily up of white guys the acting categories a pretty way to know Jennifer Lopez for hustler is no Lupita nyong'o who's hurting us no one from dolomite is my name this left a lot of critics prize discouraged at the lack of representation then at the Cannes Film Festival they threw a curve ball the announce the Spike Lee is the new president of the Cannes jury he's that legendary filmmaker behind films like do the right thing and jungle fever black Klansmen now Spike Lee is the first black person to ever lead the Cannes jury and seventy three year history come back all this it's our Q. screen panel here in the studio John Semele Antena sending it right about TV movie arts and culture hi guys hello hi so this is so much going on there's so much to talk about him to start with you can give us a quick like history especially in cans okay so back in the eighties when spike was young and you know excited to show his movies to the world he won a youth prize with she's gotta have it and then he came back in nineteen eighty nine with do the right thing and it was like the front runner to win some big award but it didn't it ended up not winning not even a single prize and Spike Lee you is not so happy about that and he ended up blaming the jury presidents filmmaker them vendors and he had some price words for him it he said I have the quote right here vin had better watch out because I'm waiting for his **** somewhere deep in my closet I have a Louisville slugger bats with vendors and name on it okay so so so small and most likely was back at camp twenty eighteen with a black Klansmen here is at the press conference United States America was built upon the genocide of native people and slavery that is the fabric of the United States America as my book on brother JZ was say fax we on the right side of history with this film so I want to point out that the reason we're broke rehashing all this is because basically is as a big job can right now so John is this going to be the fact that he's leaving the jury a bit of a wake up call well as ever I'm of two minds about it I mean I would be hesitant to use being jury president of a prestigious Film Festival where everyone wears tuxedos in the south of France and some sort of bell weather for representation and diversity in Hollywood that's it it is something I mean as you said there has never been a black jury had in the history of the festival and I think that the palm d'or which this jury awards that's the price of the award it's still I would say the most prestigious award in cinema it is a way of sort of drumming up interest in a film I mean parasite which you just won't stop gushing about overflowing toilets in Paris but for you should go watch it again for the third time I think so you will I want to point out I would believe that John was the first one to like say me a Twitter DM being like Hey man you could check up and all of a sudden they do it on the for the heck say when the palm d'or which sort of started this journey that it's on now so it is certainly a way that you can generate interest in a film and I think it speaks often to a filmmaker status I think people will be watching to see what films Spike Lee finds interesting and I don't know I think he's made a lot of good films and he's made a lot of social films but I love the guy and I'm happy form I think it's like just an interesting like historically if you if you look at it historically the beef that's been going on between spike and and can you know like back in the eighties like back to do the right thing I I don't know he he had some choice words and and I don't know like it was Sally fields apparently who is like feeding him all this information about how long his victim yeah who didn't like do the right thing didn't think that like the ending was really worth it all this stuff and I guess he just didn't get the movie you know so yeah and apparently spike came out after that saying that what he said was stupid and immature and you know I guess in twenty eighteen he did when the ground pre awards black Klansman so he's I don't know ease down to three as we do the right thing I mean it's not one of the major American films ever made teen I we just talked with the spikes two thousand movie bamboozled is coming out from the criterion collection on home video I think next month a film that I think was widely misunderstood at the time I got reimagining of a minstrel show exactly it's about a sort of a TV minstrel show that someone creates a try to bomb their own career sort of a producer's plot line but it ends up becoming immensely popular film it was widely misunderstood at the time that I think is right for a re appraisal is going to get it when it comes out so I think people you know they always talk about spike Lee's films and he deserves a five but if you can imagine what can is trying to get out of putting Spike Lee as head of the jury and what's likely might be trying to get out of it are these two paths of origin what makes my cynical answer would be that they know I mean he was a kid in nineteen ninety nine he made a in quotes joke that someone should shoot Charlton Heston because he was responsible for gun violence in America you know he's called compared Clint Eastwood to a plantation owner I mean they're certainly like a level of let's say energy that spike brings that sort of my grab attention and headlines but also can would like that yes the thing can can benefit from that I mean do they do what like TMZ headlines about it's good ratings like any other organization he's a major filmmaker he's a major filmmaker major filmmakers and people at this level are who had the service but I just I just I I love what Kim had to say when they talked about you know including him as the jury had they said lease flamboyant personality is sure to shake things up like I just find the use of the word flamboyant they're kind of condescending we have yeah it applies to maybe to some of his sartorial tendencies and that's about it right if you just turning and I'm Tom how are you listening to Q. screen panel with John family and

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73-Year-Old Man Loses Vision In Left Eye After Random Attack In Brooklyn

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

73-Year-Old Man Loses Vision In Left Eye After Random Attack In Brooklyn

"And police releasing details of another attack on a seventy three year old man in crown heights Brooklyn the Daily News says left him blind in one eye police say it happened Thursday night as a victim was walking on Saint John's placer Kingston Avenue Lee was hit by what's being described as a sucker punch according to police Scott of self to a hospital for

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Police On Hunt For Suspect In Random Attack On 73-Year-Old Man In Crown Heights, Brooklyn

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Police On Hunt For Suspect In Random Attack On 73-Year-Old Man In Crown Heights, Brooklyn

"Please asking for help to find the man responsible for a savage attack on a senior citizen in Brooklyn last week the victim apparently sucker punched at random the seventy three year old man was on Saint John's place in crown heights near Kingston Avenue last Thursday headed to a friend's home police say when the attackers suddenly slugged him in the face without warning police say he was hit right in the left I'd the Daily News are reporting the victim was hit so hard he's lost sight in that eye the NYPD says they were able to find a security camera photo of the suspect which they've now released hoping to get tips that'll help them track the guy

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"seventy three years" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Seventy three year old was crossing the street just after nine PM Wednesday near one hundred six and southwestern Avenue when he was struck according to the sun times the sixty one year old driver of the vehicle took off but later returned on foot police say he tried to give responding officers bogus information but witnesses at the scene told police he was the driver he has been charged with a misdemeanor citation for failure to ensure his vehicle as well as other citations authorities say it is possible that the charges could be upgraded now that the victim has died if you find a thumb drive on the ground especially near an area where you work a cyber security expert says do not plug it into your computer item for the chief information security officer for the state of Illinois access cyber attackers will scatter thumb drive containing a computer virus malware around workplace parking lots or other places where people are likely to pick them up there is definitely a risk with that if you don't know where a thumb drive came from don't put it in your computer if you find in the parking lot don't bring in your office and put it in your computer Ford says cybercriminals red thumb drives infected with viruses or malware to get people to infect their computers and spread the viruses or malware to others a study by the university of Illinois found about forty five percent of people who found thumb drives on the ground pick them up and plug them into their computers Jim British news radio one oh five point nine FM the reigning miss Illinois county fair queen is trading in her tiara for a calm for combat boots Alexi blade L. of Rockford is been relieved of your duties as queen because she enlisted in the U. S. army reserves the association of agricultural fair says the military service will interfere with their duties as defined in the county fair queen contract but the Rockford register star reports blade else family is protesting the decision the boy delves into state lawmakers say she traveled the county fairs last summer and is being punished for her decision to enlist in the army reserves they want the board to reconsider rob hard news radio one oh five point nine FM one hundred forty two miles per hour that is what in Indiana state trooper clocked the driver of an Audi going on east bound eighty ninety four near the state line in northwest Indiana this morning the posted speed limit is fifty five miles per hour the trooper pulled the vehicle over after a short chase the trooper says when asked why he was going so fast the driver thirty five year old lance Mackey from portage said that he's a thrill seeker authorities also say monkeys blood alcohol level was twice the legal limit he's being held in the Lake County jail coming up the accu weather five day forecast and sports WBBM news time five twelve daylight saving time is ending don't forget to set your clocks.

"seventy three years" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"In New Jersey watch out for a slow ride on the eastbound extension with road work slowing things down there our next traffic update is in less than ten minutes on WCBS and here's that five day forecast from Courtney spammer a shower or two in the area for tonight otherwise it ends up mostly cloudy and quite humid as temperatures drop down to a low around sixty seven degrees could be a lingering shower across parts of central New Jersey and Long Island for the morning tomorrow otherwise it turns out partly sunny that's a warmer day tomorrow but lower humidity high right around eighty for tomorrow afternoon partly cloudy for tomorrow night a low of sixty six then clouds and sunshine throughout the day on. on Monday another warm one with a high of eighty one that could be a spotty shower for Monday afternoon or evening dries out for Tuesday sunny skies in cooler with a high of seventy four mostly sunny and nice for Wednesday high seventy three seventy five with sunshine on Thursday. seventy three years our temperature in town right now cloudy sky it's seventy five and suffer in seventy four and rich would seventy one in rye and of the CBS news time seven fifty. writer Ken burns is moving the told the story of America whether it was during the civil war or about baseball jazz the prohibition and the war in Vietnam now he's telling it again through the sound track and struggle of country music maker Ken burns spoke to WCBS earlier this week country music deals with two four letter words most of us would rather ignore love and loss and we we make jokes about pickup trucks in good Ole boys and six packs of beer and hound dogs but the reason we do that is because it actually is dealing with these universal things of love and loss and so this has been for me the most emotionally surprising and.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"seventy three years" 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..

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"seventy three years" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on KGO 810

"You're not gonna get it. Right. But we've been doing it since nineteen forty five may nineteen Forty-five. My grandfather started this company, so that's seventy three years. And so we we have the same relationships with the same tour guides their parents their grandparents going back to the seventies Saudi experiences. Unbelievable and our complaint rate is close to zero as you can get. So it's gonna be a good trip that a good value. It's kind of an expensive destination. But it's a really give you a great value. So again, the personal experience with people that you need to keep a tour or tour people happy you've got that particularly. Mario was Mario right from Italy. No, he missed it. My grandfather came from Naples. He was a lawyer at the university of Naples he came over and a year later. My father was born in Brooklyn. So he just missed being born in Italy by year how about in the Bronx. And so we've been doing this since I was six years old. Yeah. You'd be far give us some examples of your twenty nine thousand nine tours. The classic believe it or not John. The classic is a two week tour. Still the biggest seller they say people want more shorter vacations, but our biggest sellers two weeks because it covers everything wrong Florence beddis Milan. And sorrento. So you get to see all of Italy, you're going there. Anyway, so stay a few more days. Otherwise after that ten day tours are very popular always surrounding parts Advantis. These are three amazing cities any country would be proud to have any of these single cities. But Venice have you been? I'm sure of course, you have in fact was in Florence and we went down to the train station to get on over to Venice. There was a strike. Yeah. So it causes a fortune rent a guard and drive over to Venice. Yes, venice. I love the it'd been there several times and Italy is is special. I love Tuscany the one place. I wanna go. God if I remember right up north. It's right. Adjacent. Piedmont, piedmont. Region called Piedmont up near the near the Alps. Yeah. I they said somebody said, it's wonderful. It's Tuscany fifty years ago. Yeah. You could say the same thing about pool you in the south.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Man who seventy three years old is a black man and he has eleven children he had a blockage in his intestine knee went to one of the super pooper big hospitals in new york city they found the cancer they did a colostomy several months back but it didn't remove any of the cancer and who was scheduled for surgery just last month and he cancelled that he had a cat scan he had an emory brought no records but we called and got the records and we also sent him for scanning weight is dropped from one hundred and fifty two hundred forty five pounds he's five foot seven he has no headaches is hearing is fine he continues to smoke and he was advised to stop smoking he had a colostomy which is functioning he was told the cancer traveled to the bladder here and it's three times a night has an elevated a one c which is a blood test that's consistent with diabetes has have normal liver functions and he is separated he's a singer as a professional singer and by examined him as close to me is a functioning yes his colon cancer who got cancer markers got ca we've got pet scan pet scans injection of radioactive sugar and we found well lucky he cancelled the test because there is no way the surgeons could have removed this colon cancer this colon cancers wrapped around his bladder it's got lymph nodes involved there was no way they're going to remove this cancer they already opened up his abdomen they opened up his abdomen four months ago to the colostomy there was a reason it into the surgery then and there's another reason that surgeries not possible now he comes to us for non invasive treatment he wants to continue performing does not want to have that surgery and those are what we talked about those are the options we talked about cancer treatment options to treat his colon cancer it's wrapped up against the the bladder and lymph nodes this is the work that we do every day at radio saturday new york lots of teaching points over one is to have a colonoscopy have someone look inside your files on a regular basis to make sure there's nothing suspicious number two before you have radical surgery you might wanna check out.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Welcome back everybody to at randall's talking baseball this week the country lost one of the towering figures in political life when barbara bush passed away after ninety two years in seventy three years of marriage our guest new the bushes well long before he became commissioner of baseball he worked with them establishing a friendship that would endure for years we are honored to welcome back to the show the former commissioner baseball fay vincent fake good morning and thank you sir for being with me good morning do ed and thank you very much for having me well i had a very good friend at school i was in a boarding school in connecticut he was a wonderful friend he happened to be the youngest brother of george bush who became president bush one and we went out to texas to work and the and the oilfields bush one had a small oil company and way work for that company and they all failed it was magnificent summer you're a young kid and you're working in the oil fields you're about eighteen years old or so as a as a roughneck talk if you will about this dangerous manual labor that you were that you worked that summer and the guys that you worked with difficult very dangerous job indeed when the summer ended president bush one was then we called the poppy that was his family nickname said to me hold up your fingers i wanna be sure they're all there because it was common the wind would blow the pipe pipe is dangling by cable and you're trying to get it into the hole.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ever have anyone embarrassed this one giant step to the right from everything else they came from sly you are now in the middle or it's just right this is the chad benson show or hearts are saddened by her passing but our spirits are lifted by the memories of her goodness and her grace she was a good person good person trump they're speaking about the passing of barbara bush passed away yesterday i'm still i'm still marveling at seventy three years married some people hope to live to be seventy three seventy three years married how insane is that that is incredible i mean if nothing else you have to marvel at that take away the politics of who she is right because she was the second lady she was the first lady she was the first mom take away all of that and for just a moment think about the longevity of that relationship three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at chadbensonshow is your twitter asking the question today what's more annoying robo calls or doortodoor solicitors sixty four percent of you say robocalls thirty six percents a doortodoor solicitors take the bowl at chad benson show david hogg is now we know who he is hogging the limelight probably gonna have banned for that right flowing to come after me for that so he is or am i not big enough so i could say something about it and he just doesn't care which i'm okay with again doesn't matter i recognize who i am i'm not one of these guys whose got these over inflated egos it is what it is you know will eventually be working back at burger king shoot phil so just be prepared all right we're going to take this dog at twenty show for as long as we can but eventually we're back to the king.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The grab a grand contest no i didn't name it this is a corporate thing but the basics are still the same you text in you win a thousand dollars if your text is picked at random also coming up this hour we have got a four pack of tickets to give away to the stars on ice show that's coming up may fifth i believe that you wm panthers arena so be sure to be listening for your chance to win those sad news of course former first lady barbara bush died yesterday at the age of ninety two she was a champion of literacy but perhaps her greatest legacy was showing the entire world what true deep abiding supportive unconditional love looked like she and her husband former president george h w bush were married for a seventy three years it's almost hard to fathom in an era now when the divorce rate is what fifty percent and we're even seeing a significant uptick in what's known as grey divorce people in their sixties and seventies getting a divorce to live out their twilight years alone or to find a new partner george h w bush and his wife the first lady show the entire world just what true love meant two years ago in an interview with cbs barbara bush and her son jeb talked about the relationship between the former president and first lady you've been married seventy years seventy one seventy one what has kept love alive humor and the fact he is as jeff says the world's greatest man i fell in love within practically at first sight probably what home until my mother about him she was should have been the head of the cia she knew everything about it and the next morning but.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on Channel 955

"Oh my down the rolling stones forest threats do that at his by the way insanity not now seventy three years old and having a child and the juicy robert kraft the owner of the new in new england patriots just had a baby to with his thirty five or thirty eight year old girlfriend you guys like that guy like he that eighty years old there's an eye ads i give amazing totally dinelli liz old guy in question number five hope hicks was trending robert kraft the owner of the new england patriots just had a baby to with his thirty five or thirty eight year old girlfriend you guys like that guy like he that eighty years older than i ads i give amazing totally dinelli last alec old guy in question number five hope hicks was true dean yesterday what is her occupation is she a pro soccer player and oscarnominated actress or white house communications director my battled me very proud of him calling the fanfare high bad um he resign of tanzanian contractor caitlyn wins forty three your third win in a row we we we know middle congratulations t acalan dr now matt meech joe yeah joe we're going said job with a parting gift are station in that we love in west michigan that were on one ofor5 as an ax is bringing bone thugs in harmony to.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"And they spend six months in one day informative per year so they could do it they could go it for her event they sort of call to new jersey one award 05 mark is hillsborough in new jersey one award 05 five mark steve are you break offic i'm not a gun owner i already followed by paperwork to become one and i liked that bill elected gentleman the head on to what the gentleman that was just on said it's also true that carrying the in florida he's not entitled to carry a weapon in pennsylvania they go on her character permit from florida while lake suit fish and game my brotherinlaw's mother loved and seventy three years old have their carrier and permit for florida now if you go through pennsylvania through cabello a charity forbid care up carey in florida so but again i'm thinking that only the establishment home residency that yes i want my mother mary rice it in florida my brotherinlaw lives here in hillsborough with me but he has he florida carrying for me so she was watching the florida through should step she jacksonville he could strap on his his his weapon and buddy cannot do that in pennsylvania 'cause pennsylvania's does not honour largest wildlife fixing change carrying a concealed weapon permit this goes through they would have to now maybe not maybe not i don't hopefully eight will because my brotherinlaw and my mother loved and have a home in pennsylvania we'd be able to carry their weapon netflix three a from florida this is going to heels going to happen conflict oh absolutely look at the marijuana bill we're gonna get legalize marijuana and they won by wanted to taszar will not here not here not here not here waterways to china they want to legalize marijuana but they don't want it to put they want legal like criminalize your full cigarettes mark we'd see today you're a thing going with a market 2018 as was going to be like will be able to get high but we can't have in newport beach hill said it's so sets debunked 53 i never thought we would add to this sure you up a great night you and your family does does goal of the jews wanna 15 frank and jake i want to give you guys more time okay we talk about the.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Oh guy rainy over the days now you may rod stewart seventy three years old today rod stewart whose lookalike on the golf tours ian poulter in terms of critical commentary is this from the the album atlantic crossing or is it from something else every picture tells us every night when seventy one and believe it when it was released as a single that was decide to reason to believe is a result well wide saw but this i think it was the bigoted hit out of this debate yes i and it's based on a true story name is change of his name is not maggie may but he's again this happened from and it's for the head with a woman at the 19th 61 one bellu jazz festival and then he said maggie may because that's the old liverpudlian saw him you know the beatles salmon b s so yes yeah that's where he came home in terms critical commentary i've always said that somebody maya age the three most distinctive greatest rock and roll singing voices i've ever heard a rod stewart bob seagram de marcin i mean i could listen to them all day wow and i have listened to malta from the bull that family in carrollton texas a christmas card a little late from darren anti gregory in katherine we halfyear something that will bonn a we'll bomb will love we have this letter this is from jim page p a e t c h pai tich i don't know what would also wisconsin enclosed police find to tickets to the nfc championship game apparently scheduled for january 21st at soldiers soldier field opponent be determined perhaps these can be given weight to the 10th caller on your contests line isn't that great wow i guess every pass everybody pairs colours yet i must do the redskins printemps come on game well game twelve this is they're nice seats to measure neoliberal arrogance and from patrick feeling unlike jeff and andy robbery kse sounds like the agricultural implement that is the enemy of the leaf blower and i are two ordinary guys who make up the truman's berg new york chapter of lidl's that's an upstate new york on january twelve that's two days from now yassin rob will celebrate a milestone birthday a man plus 10 math even.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Coming up we question maryland senator ben card new commissioned the report on russia i'm steve inskeep and i'm rachel martin first steve bannon was ousted from the white house now he has been pushed out of breitbart news so what does that mean for his political influence going forward and cares routes sherlock brings us the latest on the assad government's assault on syria's last rebelheld province and we take a headfirst look at the olympic sport called skeleton today's wednesday january tenth the birthday of serve rod stewart the pop turns seventy three years younger today the news is next live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman at least thirteen people have been killed and mudslides and flooding of land scorched by fire in southern california tom fareham is with santa barbara county public works department is his tuesday's debris slides started just after the region got about an inch of rain in fifteen minutes '86 hundreds of an inch in fifteen minutes is an unprecedented rainfall on any ground surface much less of a fire burned watershed as a result of reflows were best described as horrific and now our job moving ahead will be to try to restore uh drainage back into the channels as soon as we can't homes were pushed off their foundations highways became rivers at least fifty people were rescued by helicopter about two dozen people remained missing a federal judge has blocked president trump from ending a programme shielding young migrants brought illegally to the us as children the ruling stops daca deportations while lawsuits move through the courts the us supreme court here's arguments today in a case testing whether ohio's use it or lose it voter registration method violates federal law as npr's nina tone berg reports the ohio statute is the most aggressive voter purge law in the country the ohio law strikes voters from the registration rolls if they fail to vote in two consecutive elections and if they fail to return and mailed address confirmation form fill you to vote is not unusual more than a third of ohio's voters failed to vote in 2016 and those challenging ohio's automatic purge system contend that under federal law voters have the right not to cast a ballot without automatically losing their right to vote larry harm in the lead plaintiff in the case says he's earned the.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on WCHS

"The 580 wchs radio newsroom firmer massey ceo don blankenship releasing his first campaign at today launching his bid for us senate bike and ship who is running as a republican claims them shem mishandled its investigation of the upper big branch mind disaster which killed twenty nine coal miners state attorney general patrick marcy us representative evan jenkins and former coalminer bo copley also running for the republican nomination a missing putnam county toddler has been found 16monthold braley may green of hurricane had been missing since tuesday authorities said earlier this afternoon they believe she was with her mother lesley green who is currently incarcerated and barber's filled and flies across the state will be flown at half staff tomorrow to honor army private surely baeli baeli died seventy three years ago during world war two his body was returned to west virginia on wednesday you're listening to 965 and 580 wchs the voice of charleston the by three seven read b seven why not they leave claus bell meg campaign so clearly aimed yard meal role model of bargain david right now i took it a belgian air whatever you may be at home with the state's land grant institutions inside the downtown metronews radio network studio it's time for the state's most listened to sports talk show this.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on NPR News Now

"And peers philip rave says electoral authorities argue that more than eight million people voted but this is widely disputed madonna says the new assembly will be up and running within a week it's packed with allies of his socialist party who rewrite the constitution its creation has been condemned by many foreign governments who see it as a move to grab power and annihilate the opposition who control congress the us his promising what it kohls strong swift economic action against the architects of authoritarianism venezuela's opposition leaders dismissed the official turnout figure of just under forty two percent as wildly exaggerated they're calling for more street protests for the briefs npr news sam shepard one of his generations most prolific artists on stage and in film has died eleven of his plays one ob words he was also awarded a pulitzer prize for his 1979 play buried child shepherd also earned pulitzer nominations for true west in full for love as an actor shepherd appeared in scores of films including crimes of the heart country and the right stuff for which he was nominated for best actor in a supporting role at the 1984 academy awards he was seventy three years old send pr the nigerian military is making what many consider to be a rare admission of fault in a military operation and pairs of fabi quiz start in says the army initially reported that all civilians targetted in the attack had been rescued will today the military conceded it's early figures were regrettably wrong head of nigeria's armed forces public relations brigadiers unequivocal sman says errors in its earliest statement will not deliver it the minitry reported nine soldiers and one civilian killed in tuesday's presumed hatem ambush in the northeast the army had announced the rescue of all civilian members of the university of may took me oil exploration team had by the governmentowned petroleum company contradictory reports emerged saying about sixty people were dead including university geology department stuff was in the bloodiest attack bible or had on this year nigeria's acting president has ordered minitry choose to relocate to the troubled northeast despite repeated claims that voelkel hadam is a spent force of heavy echostar an npr news across the man in charge of overseeing the biometrics technology kenya's using to prevent voter fraud reportedly spent found dead of apparent murder.

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"seventy three years" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"seventy three years" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Digital dot com if you want to see what they're up to it is excel business systems there are on your copy your company and a whole lot more the pause was for dramatic effect right yeah we'll get into my gripes above blaney cintas which i do have greg's abutbul any sanders and they they are um there are many but i i've a bigger gripe with the mainstream media but i just noticed something this weekend mick jagger really mick jagger seventy three years old he has a sixmonthold son among all the other seeds that are out there and the interesting lesson here because were unfrequently reading stories about people who uh who have babies with celebrities and they are not married ended it seems like some of them are looking for of some sort of thumb pay if you will is that with is that what you could call this is this their ticket out is that what people are doing well i'm i'm looking at this thing here with the mick jagger is seventy three year old mick jagger and his girlfriend using air quotes melanie hamrick thirty years old there's only a forty three year difference between the two and the mix mix the latest child devereaux octavian basil jagger depth as he is known six months old now mick has children nick has grandchildren mick has great grandchildren and now he's got a child who could have a play date with his greatgrandchild it's just craziness but if you're thinking that you're you're going to get some sort of a luxurious lifestyle by having a child with a a famous now jagger noxious just famous wealthy obviously way doesn't need doesn't need to work the apparently still does maybe it's all the child.

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