35 Burst results for "Seventy Year"
Dr. James Tour: The Origin of Life Has Not Been Explained
"Is it about what you do and your training and your experience that gives you the ability to say with tremendous confidence that people and i quote you obviously in the book but that people who say oh yeah. We're on the verge of connecting the dots on this whole non-life to life thing. What is it that makes you so confident that they are in fact blowing smoke. Organic chemists are much less prone to say that people who actually make molecules for living and have really read the literature on what's known in origin of life. People are much much slower to to make such a suggestion and the reason is because if we look at where the scientists come. It really hasn't progressed very far. So nineteen fifty two. There was an experiment that you were referencing. That is the me. Experiment where amino acids were made from from basic building blocks like hydrogen cyanide and carbon dioxide and ammonia and once these amino acids were made people thought Well this must be the origin of life. It's going to be no time before we figure this thing out. It's over seventy years. We've been working toward this thing and people have been working toward this thing. We find. it's much more complex than what people thought. In fact miller inury have said the same thing that it was much more complex than they thought. Now one could argue that. We haven't gotten much closer. I argue that we've gotten further away in the last seventy years
What a Nanoscientist Does With Dr. James Tour
"Dr are welcome. Thank your. I'm gonna call you jim just because you said i could but i want to say that it really was you who made me see clearly the stunning idea. That for seventy years since experiment in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. We've made no progress in determining how it is that stuff that is not life zero life suddenly turns into life. And it's i find it kind of funny for people who don't know what an ano scientist is and what you do can tell my audience. What what it is that an anna scientist purports to do well. I'm inorganic chemist by training. But i work in the area of nanotechnology where we're studying very small entities from materials to electron medicine and packaging things in small packages. And trying to have them deliver into parts of the body or or being used to strengthen materials or making a denser memories for
Larry Elder Knows Exactly Why People Are Fleeing California in Droves
"The big headline elon. Musk announcing the tesla one of the most vibrant companies in the world right now moving their headquarters from california to texas people are exiting california because of the disastrous policies of the democrat legislature. People are fleeing california in droves. Yesterday acquiesced big report on housing prices that the average price in in in california is is through the roof. It's astronomical law. The average price in texas is something like two hundred thousand. I think it's five hundred thousand or more in california larry. There's no doubt the reason you touched a nerve is because in real world real world activity real time. We're seeing people denounced california's policies as destructive and and you tapped right into that and that's why people were so excited about your candidacy. Well for the first time in our state one hundred and seventy year history. People are leaving. California's never happened before. And by the way the average price of a home in california is eight hundred thousand dollars which is a minimum of one hundred fifty percent above the national ever and work less california this year then left all of last year and the rate at which businesses are leaving is twice the rate at which they've left the last two or three years and they cite three reasons high taxes high regulations and the high price of a
What Can College Students Do to Save the Country?
"Get asked all the time at these events. Charlie what can i do to save the country and these are people that are asking their fifty or sixty or seventy years. Old united salam. I say you need to be as courageous as are turning point. Usa students are on campus. I say you need actually stick your neck out and be really willing to lose something to do the right thing and you have to understand what's happening on these campuses where you are is the center of everything that is happening in the country as many of you know not exactly a fan of most colleges across the country but they're so incredibly important for charting the future and the cultural direction so for example when a professor starts to spout out all these terrible ideas on blm or systemic racism white privilege. How many have professors like that all the time. Of course you do what do you do. You have then all of a sudden you have to ask yourself a question. Which is the most important question that a lot of uganda ask in the next year. Which is this do. I challenge this professor and record this professor while. I challenge them and put at risk. Your great now. This is the question. Isn't it which is do you take a bold step to try to do what you know is right even though you might pay a price or consequence for that now. A lot of you've already made that decision. How many of you are like. I don't care i'm going to do the right thing now. Not every hand goes up because some people like. I don't know i might actually lie right. That the greatest thing ever and that there's unlimited amount of genders whatever and now. I'm not saying there's a right or wrong answer to this right because my friend and i respect him a lot ben. Shapiro has a different opinion on this. He thinks that grades of the most important thing you know lying. Your way through college is important. My belief is different. I would rather have a generation of courageous students. Then a bunch of a student nerds that lied their way through college. So they'll get a good grade. I would rather have a generation of young people that are stepping up and doing the right
Polls Open for Tight Election in Canada
"Welcome back america. Here here salena zito is my guest. She is america's columnists you can read everything that she writes it. Selena zito dot com. We talk over the weekend about something that i'm not going to tell you about unless you can tell me about it. Selena can you tell me about it. I can't carry about it yet. All right believe in there. Tell me about justin trudeau. You just wrote a common. The new york post that is about justin trudeau. Who by the end of the day. I hope is the for their voting today aren't they they are. They're voting today and it's really interesting sort of what's happening there for the benefit of the steelers fans. We're talking about canada. Well my family have. We had a place up there for over seventy years. So i know a little bit about avian Probably the only one in pittsburgh go ahead. They lost yesterday. I'm happy happy happy. I got some heat on twitter from. I got rolled by yesterday. And he said you know east. Ohio watches the pittsburgh steelers. And i wrote back. Yeah so they loved him lose like yesterday. But you go ahead and tell us about canada so Trudeau coli snap election In august in. Interestingly enough he called it the day that these the polls came out that canadians gave him very high marks on his vaccines distribution. And they should have. They have the best vaccine distribution as a country in the world however they did not like that. He decided to call this snap election. Why because first of all there's very strict lockdowns in in canada. And so they believe that he was. It was irresponsible for him to do in the middle of a pandemic after being lectured forever about not doing anything and all the set now he wants everyone to go out and vote and the reason he wants everyone to go out and so is because he had he had High marks in the polling but You know that didn't transfer that didn't stay because people people look at it as like you're doing this because you want a majority government.
Why Topps Got Toppled Plus the $6.6mil Record-Setter
"So dan. You're our guy on the sports memorabilia. Beat which is a beat that has mushroomed in last. It feels like year or two now. Every time i look at feels like there are insane headlines that i don't fully understand. Has it felt that way to you recently. Yeah i'll be. I'll be honest like covering this a wake up some mornings and it's like oh i guess that's happened. That's the real thing that exists. Dan hey ducky is a reporter for espn and a trading card collector since childhood. I don't know if you remember this. Seminal classic vegas vacation of chevy chase tries to plug the hoover dam up with a piece of gum and everything goes haywire. And it's a little bit like that. Yeah it feels like the floodgates have opened the damn has broken and tops is sort of the entity. I wanna start with here at the top because they are under water right now dan in some sense that is seemingly pretty existential for them. I mean this is a legendary company in the world of sports. Cards and a newcomer to the industry has essentially taken their lunch. What was the big announcement there. It was really surprising. Tops is getting muscled out by genetics. Absolutely crazy news fanatics agreed to an exclusive deal with major league baseball in the major league players association tops for the first time in over seventy years will not produce major league baseball cards. This is a really really big deal. I don't think anybody saw happening. Or coming tops. Is you know for some just as synonymous with baseball as you know apple pie and all that good stuff. Yeah are very upset. That's ops is being pushed out
The Mind: A Factory of Fears
"Today. I'm going to bring you something. From theologian and philosopher. Paul tillich he's considered usually an existential theologian from the mid twentieth century. And he has some fascinating and even prophetic things to say about our time. He wrote this book the courage to be in nineteen fifty two and even seventy years later. There are so many gems to be mined out of this book. I hoping to bring it to you in little bits here and there possibly over the next few weeks and months on page thirty six. There is a section called the interdependence of fear and anxiety. And i'm gonna read you pieces of this work anxiety and fear had the same ontological route but they are not the same in actuality. This is common knowledge but it has been emphasized and overemphasized to such a degree. That reaction against it may occur and wipe out not only the exaggerations but also the truth of the distinction fear as opposed to anxiety has a definite object as most authors agree which can be faced analyzed attacked endured one can act upon it and an acting upon it participate in it. Even if in the form of a struggle in this way one can take it into one's self affirmation. I'm gonna pause right here to say self. Affirmation is not any kind of positive thinking definition it is the acknowledgement that we as a human being are separated a separate sof or self determining agent in the world to understand that you are a self is self affirmation itself that tillich courage can meet every object of fear because it is an object which makes participation possible courage can take the fear produced by definite object into itself because this object however frightful it may be houses side with which it participates in us and we in it one could say that as long as there is an object of fear love in the sense of participation can conquer
Race in the Ranks: Investigating Racial Bias in the U.S. Military
"More than seventy years after the armed services were integrated. It is still a fact of life in the us military. That african americans are more likely to be disciplined and less likely to be promoted than whites as we first reported earlier this year. Even the most successful black officers routinely feel the sting of racial bias. A large segments of the rank and file believe the system is stacked against the military has made attempts to deal with inequality before. But this time it's happening under the eye of lloyd. Austin is countries first african american secretary of defense or former soldier. Who experienced discrimination firsthand. It doesn't change As you climb the ladder You still you still get the doubts. They're always going to be people because of what you look. That will question your qualifications. Boyd austin climbed every wrong in the army starting at west point and rising all the way to four star general many times breaking barriers as the first african american ever to hold the job. There's probably not a job. That i had since i was lieutenant colonel or some people in question whether or not. I was qualified to to take that job. It's the world. I live in and and i'm sure that the other officers that you talked to would probably say the same thing. There's not a day in my life. David when i didn't wake up and think about the fact that i was a black man a number of the african american so we have talked to for this story have should when they are the only one in the room. Feel as if they're not being listened to did you have that experience absolutely had that experience. And i found ways to operate to adapt in one thousand nine hundred ninety five as the eighty second airborne first african american operations officer then lieutenant colonel austin adapted by having someone else give his briefings someone. He felt white officers. Were more likely to listen to.
3 U.S. Senators Test Positive In "Breakthrough" COVID-19 Cases
"Three more U. S. senators have tested positive for covert nineteen and are in isolation all three of the senators a Republican a Democrat and an independent have been vaccinated the office of Mississippi senator Roger wicker says he sought testing because of mild symptoms adding the seventy year old Republican is in good health and being treated by his doctor in Mississippi senator Angus king of Maine who seventy seven says he was tested because he felt ill Democrat John Hickenlooper of Colorado age sixty nine says he tested positive but is feeling fine recently South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham announced that he had contracted the virus even though he was fully vaccinated the Senate it was on recess this week Jackie Quinn Washington
Tony Bennett Cancels Fall and Winter Touring Dates in 2021
"Legendary singer Tony Bennett is retiring from live performances if you were hoping to see Tony Bennett perform in person your opportunity may have passed the ninety five year old Grammy winner had canceled his upcoming twenty twenty one tour because of the cobit nineteen pandemic and now his son tells reporters Bennett won't be going on the road again Bennett had concerts planned in the northeast Arizona Oklahoma and Canada despite being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease but those dates won't be rescheduled earlier this month Bennett had teamed up with lady Gaga for two nights at new York's Radio City Music Hall the shows were filmed for broadcast at a later date and these may be the final live performances of his seventy year career I'm Jackie Quinn
Comedian and Author Evan Sayet Discusses Supremacy and How It Characterizes 'Woke' Culture
"You wrote. A book called the woke supremacy. We've talked about it on this program before. Why is it a supremacy like talk about that idea. I mean let's let's define what a supremacist movement is and what it isn't supremacist. Movement is not one in which somebody has mis gendered plastic toy potato. That's just not a supremacist. Movement supremacist movement is not one in which they found a roaring in a seventy year. Old children's book of a hardworking asian. Man that happens you've been drawn somewhat. Cartoonish -ly eric johnson withdrawn cartoonish lee to a. You know i gotta tell you. This is how fast culture moves the last time you on. We were talking about this stuff and it's already like like late years. In the past. Dr seuss was singled out now. Dr seuss was a leftist. Basically but he was singled out as the cannibal as the wo- culture cancelled culture. Eats its own for a couple of cartoons. He in one thousand nine hundred thirty. He drew a chinese man. Who by the way. If you were in chinatown because the books about mulberry street in one thousand nine hundred thirty the chinese man would have actually looked like that so it wasn't like he was making fun and project. He was running the way they are. But but that's how fast culture moves at that happened that gets cancelled. We move onto the next thing the next thing the next thing and then suddenly here we are. It's insane speed. it is indeed but that's the way it is a totalitarian authoritarian. I e supremacist movement. Right so what is the definition of supremacist movement. It is it is this. It is one in which the members of that movement seek to create a society and then a world but first a society in which all the rights privileges protections opportunities that society belong only to those who possessed a certain traits. All others and eric spelled out the capital low all others are not only to be denied these things but it is a moral imperative to the supremacist. That's society's resources be used to fully disempower forever. Silence and do permanently erased the memory of the existence of all the others so do the woke believed that all rights like right to freedom of speech at long old-age owes who possess the print trail. This we know
Borderline Disorder: The UN's Refugee Treaty at 70
"Today marks the seventieth anniversary of the united nations refugee convention a landmark treaty that established the obligations that countries have to people fleeing persecution. A core principle is nonrefoulement. That migrants should not be returned to a country where they faced serious threat of persecution. But in recent years the refugee convention has become perhaps the least popular treaty in the rich world in two thousand fifteen millions of asylum seekers many fleeing the civil war in syria tried to reach europe in any way they could men women and children. The beach is covered in life jackets and the remains of rubber boats relentless waves of people washing up on the shores of greece news reports were flooded with images of people making a desperate and often deadly journey arriving. It's a gateway to europe. Boats packed with migrants and refugees. Continue to land on the shores of the greek island of last balls oats packed with migrants and refugees. The law makes a sharp distinction between the two the difference between seeking shelter and simply seeking a better life. That's a hugely politicised question in america. Where president joe biden faced a slow burn crisis from his first day in office. Yesterday the biden administration said it would speed up. Its work through the backlog of asylum claims as well as its work deporting. Those who don't qualify and in britain where in the past week record numbers of migrants attempted to make the crossing from france. The home secretary spoke of patients that is thinning asylum systems that cost taxpayers over a billion pounds. A year enough of da's arriving illegally on our shores directed by organized crime gangs seventy years after the treaties founding the world is creating more and more refugees even as fewer and fewer governments have the appetite to protect them.
How to Buy Back Your Time With Jannese Torres-Rodriguez
"Hello denise hey girl hey oh my gosh. I can't believe this is really happening. We'll thank you so much for joining us. From sonny sonny tampa florida. Yeah yeah it's not a bad place to be. I gotta say that. So did you will first of all. I'm really excited. Because yo- cato denardo. Podcast i mean it is just one of it feels like several will a few really interesting and unique new personal finance brands for latino women and especially and i'm sure that your audience is larger than that. But it was i think it was. I don't know when tiffany. And i were just starting out. There is like no latino people. Latino people doing personal finance podcasts. So i'm just excited that y'all are getting better representation that you're using your voice to reach this audience. And as we say. Bienvenidos as i try to say in my hugh. I appreciate that in it. That really is the kind of origin story of. Why the podcasts. Even exists because of that very reason just not being able to find representation and i fell into personal finance listening to people whose your minute suzie. Orman for me is like the. Og love her. I've actually seen her live. Like i'm that person that ghosts and follows her around but at some point you know it's like that's cool but you're also like a seventy year old white woman within your own private island. I can't honestly say that we have so much in common. So i kinda wanna hear like what are normal. People like me doing with money. And so i couldn't find it so i had to create the space so we can have those conversations. That's so funny. Yeah i can't i mean susie organised so much bigger than her hairstyle and yet. That is the only thing that i think about what i hear about suzy. But yet iconic yali iconic. We'll talk to me about geneva story. Tell me your personal finance origin story if you could pinpoint the experience in your life when you knew while i'm going to really focus in on my finances and wealth-building what would that what would that be for you. Well it's funny. Because i felt like i was good with money until i realized i wasn't which i think happens to a lot of
She's Up! Bat Girl 60 Years in Making Reaches Yankee Stadium
"Then ten year old Glen Goldman was told by the Yankees are young lady like her would feel out of place in the dugout general manager Brian Cashman got back to seventy year old going gold medical exchange should not deny with the passage of time Goldman had our own locker got to wear a full Yankees uniform per night started with throwing out the first pitch thank you to all the ball I missed the players Goldman is part of the Yankees Daniel hope week standing for helping others preserve in excel never held against them but I never in my wildest dreams ever thought that sixty years later a Brian Cashman would make this become a reality it's hard to say what Goldman loved most about her Yankees experience it took my breath away I'm at Donahue
Biden Is 13th US President Set to Meet Queen at Windsor Castle
"President Biden has a big dates ahead of him he's going to meet the queen city the president has a big challenge to make an impression as he will be the thirteenth acting US president to meet with the queen was by then has previously met the ninety five year old Monica nineteen eighty two when he was a U. S. senator this will be the first time he meets her as presidents before the official meeting at Windsor Castle the G. seventy eight is all to attend a reception with the queen and other members of the royal family the queen has met every American president since Dwight Eisenhower during an eighty seventy year reign except Finland in Johnson he didn't visit person while he was in office Karen Thomas London
UK to Mark Queen's Platinum Jubilee With 4 Days of Events
"Next year sees the British queens a platinum jubilee with a busy set of events Britain will celebrate the queens of seventy years on the throne with full days of festivities beginning with a ceremonial birthday parade on June two twenty twenty two with the full staging of trooping the colour then they'll be a thanksgiving service held at St Paul's cathedral and also a live concert billed as the platinum party at the palace which the government says will feature some of the world's biggest entertainment styles they did not identify them Charles this month London
Interview With Pilots Craig Beles and Truman O'Brien
"Creek truman. Welcome to the there. It was podcast. Thank you thank you very much. Gentlemen you have quite an interesting story in an interesting background craig. Especially you at seventy years old deciding. This was the right time in your life. Things finally lined up where you had the time and the money together to go flying and flying with your cfi truman. Who with a lot of experience but then kinda went doormat when he retired from the airlines for dozen years or so came back to be a cfi and help you learn to fly help. His nephew learned to fly and So here you are in. Imc conditions flying from from bend oregon to To vashon island. Do you mind picking up the story from there. Yeah it was quite the Quite the experience. I hadn't planned on this unexpected stop that we made on the side of mount saint. Helen's we now refer to this as the miracle on mount saint. Helen's at least. I do. But i couldn't have done it with a better A better pilot. Truman of course has many many hours. on i think over nineteen thousand but As he's told me before he's never had a crash before so. This was a new experience for the both of us but we were coming back from band. Everything was fine. I had flown the plane from vashon down to bend oregon We turned around a couple of hours. Later started our way back and Truman was flying the plane. Control the plane
Justices Reject Case of Retired Cop Put in Police Chokehold
"The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a police chokehold at a VA hospital who's the leader was at the facility for a dental appointment in twenty sixteen when officers at a security checkpoint said he did not produce IDE that eventually led to three officers violently detaining that then seventy year old a lever video shows them putting him in a chokehold and wrestling him to the ground a legal filed a federal civil rights suit against the three officers and while the trial judge allowed the suit to go forward a federal appeals panel reversed the ruling the Supreme Court did not comment didn't reject the levers appeal Sager made Donnie Washington
"seventy year" Discussed on WTOP
"Seventy years if you don't truly live your values listen to your customers and for us care about your pets every second of every day I learned a long time ago you will not be successful in medicine business or life if you focus on what you did yesterday rocky go General Hospital we love what we do and so will you six eighteen traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks in Virginia in the Arlington area still dealing with the closure on eastbound sixty six after cleaver of these spellings are blocked due to a one vehicle overturned we are backed up to roughly the area route seven also while and we are finding find delays on the eastbound side is sixty six they do began in the area route fifty in the Fairfax area just plan on it being off and on slow to put into lightly vying to lease hold me down towards the capital beltway but afterwards seven GM job as we're dealing with the crash activity after route seven staying in Virginia on the outer loop of the capitol Belle Wayne this just before I sixty six we had police activity on the right side all clear that ray traveling hands been re opened in Virginia three ninety five currently traveling in sin and frame southbound ninety five after this spring field interchange getting report a possible crash activity on the left side of the roadway and the volume were backed up on the southbound side a ninety five in Virginia slow beginning at Lorton once you're over the aka quand right past one twenty three it opens up nicely at all points south no problems leaving the Fredericksburg Gerry I'm a pretty good shot all the way up towards the Springfield interchange over in Maryland interlude in the capitol building in prince George's county at Central Avenue for one car that is spawned out for using the wrong way of plans for poor blocking the right lane Montgomery County interlude before New Hampshire Avenue crash activity blocks the right lane and currently on the PW parkway heavy volume delays at this point beginning at the fifty split its flow through the beltway and no letting up until you're well look near the area route thirty two ninety five between the two belt ways actually traveling pretty well no incidents to report in either direction this traffic report is sponsored by the American fuel and petrol chemical manufacturers enabling progress in transportation technology health care farming in everyday life Steve Dresdner WTOP traffic thank you Stephen now here is your storm team four four day forecast was Steve prince of alley good evening Sir we are watching some rain pushing through the area right now on storm team for radar we have some from.
"seventy year" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"In America more threats to the school parents turning as pale as you can imagine the rushing to the school with news that there's been a lock down there's a possible shooting something's happening wow it is just out of control okay delay me once again welcoming you back from whatever your journey was hopefully like I mentioned the top a few days off and like I said there it's very sad that this happened in the Wisconsin luckily nobody was was hit the cops surrounded the kid and he was shot they shot him because he reached in his waistband for gun but are there were some scary moments and of course what kids running from the school here is that popping sound and they have no idea what's going on they just know that oh my gosh there's a shooter or hearing there's a shooter and then we go through the same thing that we've gone through in these other situations like in Santa Clarita although people died in that one but then in this of you know this this this school in Wisconsin the officer shot the student who allegedly pointed the gun and it was at a high school it was you know crying parents and kids and and what we keep saying where you have a school resource officer and members of the police department responding to the classroom where they try to open a conversation with the student and de escalate this tense situation but he wouldn't move his hand he would take his hands from his pockets and he was ignoring the officer's commands so the seven ten year old kid then pulled the hand gun for the waistband like a describe wanted at the officers one opened fired fire rather than him and then he was transported to a hospital he's in stable condition they don't know the motives they're trying to figure it all out once again piece together the the profile of what could possibly of that have driven this kid to do that kids were streaming out of the school about eleven fifteen or so in the morning and there was an announcement and they started to take cover under gas teachers barricaded doors which they've been taught and then the reporters outside of the school and they knew it wasn't a drill when they heard the gunshots so parents it came out in droves obviously you could see that's all lots of the video this is radio but imagine you're hugging your kids and you have no idea what's happened I talked to a friend today in in Los Angeles who was telling me that you know the world we live in that she said when she dropped her daughter off she feels like she lingers and watches her go all the way in because she thinks she's not being paranoid but she thinks I hope this isn't the last time I see her because it's become the back kind of a world and we keep saying that's an isolated thing that's an isolated thing and then you see the the the kids and the parents saying at that this high school eighteen miles west of Milwaukee we never thought it would happen here and this is the he was a good kid people knew the kid it's the same thing over and over again somehow we have to connect we have to connect with people who are lonely who I have something that is going on with them whether it's bullying or their billing people or whatever it is because the problem is I don't think now that we can pinpoint to just one thing it's not off the kid is dealing with variations of some form of a mental disease it's not always that I'm so tired of seeing kids it breaks my heart to see these kids walking out of the schools not for a fire drill but because they're running for their life and they have no idea what's happening no idea and remember what is the damages damaged psychologically after that two kids who have gone through that we know in the case of parkland Florida you had one teenage girl who committed suicide couldn't deal with the loss couldn't deal with what it meant to go through that because they have friends that are injured or killed in many cases in this school thank god nobody was killed nobody was hit they got him right away that is what you want to happen to knock him down before something happens not always possible with the response time not always possible so we got all kinds of wide open Pandora's box things to talk about on this version of my show including and I've been following this one closely the Royals are the Royals everybody wants to know what's happening in the royal family will print standard doesn't want anyone to know and the thing and you got to give Virginia gov free points for I think gumption to get out there and do these interviews and not be afraid to say look when I was seventeen year old when I was a seventy year old I was basically trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein and she's an American woman who accused the convicted pedophile while he killed himself allegedly of sex crimes I mean he was he was convicted of that and she's revealing details of the night she said she was forced to perform sex acts on prince Andrew so she did this interview with the BBC and then you know there's a picture where they ARE chummy in the picture and the princes denying all that the picture could have been from from anywhere but of course it was time stamped because we didn't have the cell phones that we have now we are taking self is in photos that way and you know she sang he denied the allegations lying about their encounter urging the British public to backer and she's saying I'm calling B. S. on this because that's what it is he knows what happened I know what happened there's only one of us telling the truth and I know that's me course Buckingham Palace where they can do they deny the allegations they're saying that he did not have any relationship at all period with Virginia Roberts and any claim to that is false and without any kind of foundation and she's going back to two thousand one we're got free saying that esteem brought her to London she was introduced to the press went out of the night club with him and then his girlfriend his then girlfriend just lame Maxwell's her name and the prince can you just see the movies that are going to be spawned from this is and a lifetime channel here we come the big screen maybe I don't know but in all seriousness nothing but poison leaves from anything that abstains involved with and the prince Andrew I think as his hand caught in the cookie jar big time and it's sad it's sad to see this because this is the repeated story that we're seeing over and over again I give her props because what does it take to go up against the court of public opinion in England and be on the BBC and talk about it I just think what is you have to really gain from this the narratives already out there but she does want to be described as as justice throw away that had nothing to do with him and nothing ever happens so good for her one of the interesting thing she said as she he said he's one of the most hideous dances I've ever seen in my life she said it was horrible this guy was sweating all over me like it like it was raining everywhere and and I knew I had to keep them happy because that's what Jeffrey and just lame would have expected from me and that's what she's saying happened there and the photographs definitely shows a young beautiful under age girl with the prince and then this other person yeah I'm sitting here talking about this when we kick off and right away we go into impeachment and into the fact that we have a shooting at a school but this is the stuff that is this is the stuff that makes me just crazy because because one she's got nobody that can release stick up for her and from to me it's the the underdog the person who is used in this situation abuse they can't be thrown away and of course at steam bailed whatever happened he's gone so nobody gets to see his face in court but what about the others that were complicit in this and if they don't pursue it then it goes away and they're thrown away like they don't matter so I I give her serious serious props for doing that because she's not.
"seventy year" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Team just a little bit girls got a boys here this offensive line struggled against Auburn two weeks ago in Death Valley in the first quarter and then got together and started to protect he's been sacked twice in a couple of Dr dealers would they still got to fill the last ride it led to a point first and ten year girl will quickly to the new site the son of one of the best all time arguably the best Randy moss takes the out better goes out of bounds the thirty one a gain of six of the second and for for LSU was ready boss have a service for those who already have right the seventy year old because of all the it doesn't seem right see right at all I still remember Randy moss at Marshall right there's real girl one second in full or hand up up the middle Edwards you later this time not so elusive as savior McKinney the free safety there the whole no game actually a short game picks up a couple there now for third and less than two weeks now Edwards the Lehrer again ever to Larry is going to be close to a first down looks like he got it on the far side had at the spot on the near side not so much but it is the first day they waive the chains Pollard first antennas were nearing the end of the first quarter this is how sellers you office gets you off guard this is you consent they could easily pick up a first down when it's thirty two or three because of their pace take advantage of you they are not going to snap it again but what an exciting first quarter has gone to the books the end of the first quarter it's L. as you can Alabama seven you're listening to compass media networks your home for NC a a football sports you know you got to be somewhere it's like really urgent you don't want to do it over the phone some things just can't be set within LOL some things just need to be done so you do the Nissan Altima Dr feel the VC turbo engine instantly react to give you more power efficient so you can get what you need to Hey Eric what are you doing here like how your social post I liked it thank you you know if there's a button.
"seventy year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The award winning seventy year old senior swimmer who uses ever strong right right and account I'm looking at a picture right now are printed out for the show seventy years old this picture she got six medals around her neck it's the two thousand fifteen national senior Olympic Games you know she writes to us that she was getting a little too hard during our workout city seventy of course he didn't have that same stamina but she fortunately heard about our ever strong formula she started using it and almost right away was invigorated in her workouts and had more energy throughout the day I'm quoting from her she says I feel my investment in ever strong was one of the best choices I ever made it's always a morale booster when people think I'm fifty patchy looks fantastic while I may hear this stuff all the time this isn't one of those vitamins like a multi vitamin you take it you don't really even notice the difference this is a substance that you can use to help get some of that youthful Biman bigger back at some of that strength back it's wonderful you know he's giving away a free bottle of ever strong but purity products didn't stop there in fact you insisted they also give away a free bottle of their B. twelve energy melts which are great for instant energy now I know that you'll love this combination tell us about the incredible double free offer yeah you know when I think about creating right think about every strong I think about muscular energy I think about muscular power but it's all about energy and feeling great feeling energized and the next thing I think about when I think about energy is B. twelve when you think about energy think B. twelve and the problem is for fifty plus is like you and me Pat we're not absorbing the B. twelve as well as we used to in our sixties seventies eighties so when you supplement with B. twelve you've heard the bump back up those B. twelve levels and that's what these be twelve energy melts are all about they're fantastic they melt in your mouth they taste delicious and you bump up those B. twelve levels and that's great because B. twelve helps us make red blood cells which carry oxygen to the tissues also there's I it's been in there for the hair skin and nail so people love to be twelve energy melts pack be one of the first thousand calls you're just gonna be six ninety five for shipping that's it if you don't notice the.
"seventy year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The police. eight of a sense of for. please please please in nineteen eighty the table. so that was your European sports around up now a parent is the front and the trade war potentially could be emerging between the United States and China joining us now in all of the CDS Sony allow the C. I. A. at legal and general investment management welcome to the program as of this of course off to the big banks keep on Friday that the trump administration is considering limiting US investors portfolio flows into China eight did shake markets on Friday because the partial denial of form a US treasury spokesperson on Saturday but this could be very significant couldn't say how would you see it playing out. it could indeed and in a way we have to you know think about whether you know it the trade war originally was always only focusing on terrorists or whether this is not to much kind of bigger picture situation where the US and the Chinese will you know you really have to think about the pre net preeminent kind of size of their respective economies and whether you know we are not coming to an end of of the US embassy in in terms of the global world order and in that context capital flows of very intimately attached to trade flows and as such you know it's just one of another pieces of the jigsaw that might be unfolding over the over the coming years really I think the timing aspect is interesting because obviously we had a bit of fate kind of ceasefire we have via admitted that the seventy year anniversary of the people's Republic of China we have had Mr trump asking for a bit of a significant kind of is that a significant things you think in the in in terms of when this news actually landed oversee louder trying to go on holiday for a week and she's in pain and parades and it's going to be huge celebration okay yes actually I have been in China last week this is a message of city of it would that the level of preparations and and get the level of excitement around this is is a quite a quite obvious and as such yes it is it is obvious because it up I thought that there was a bit of an understanding that you know the US respect that celebration and the Chinese will respect then obviously what Mr trump has requested in terms of the holiday season being being eccentric so it was a bit of a give and take and so it's interesting to see that this did come out prior to this was sunny phase you're in China last week I mean what you pick up in the sense of what they're feeling is do they expect more pressure from the U. S. of expecting any kind of change in US policy how the reading the U. S.. I made this difficult I think they are always having similar information to to all of us it's still a very public debate and we have had access to it and both sides of the equation I think there's a real focus on the domestic economy on domestic consumption and there was a couple of times the highlighting off and you know the strength and that people feel that they probably have recently well prepared that some of the concerns that US them from the outside would have in terms of the domestic economy of probably am exaggerated and that actually they felt that they the Chinese economy can can withstand quite a lot of this and then tends to slow down is probably not as bad as some might have feared okay so weathering the storm confidence about that yeah I mean especially as we got the PMI day throughout this when I'm sitting in contraction tired she so it's it's you'd better but still weak yeah I think I still believe that the impact on corporate is is is is that we have seen corporate confidence and oversee spending levels drop around the world so the impact on global trade is clearly there and as such you know we might not have seen the end of that yeah we will see lots more to talk about with.
"seventy year" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Right know how important this is yesterday just the last patient today came as a seventy year old man he's taught shop in high school as a mechanic he worked in the car industry came with his beautiful wife you seventy years old and well he told me his story in his story was four years ago he had a domino pain at an ultrasound he went to the doctor ultrasound is a radio wave test so it's a pretty simple task but it was a good test and it showed a mass in his kidney he then had a cat scan and the cat scan showed a mass in either kidney the right and the left I usually wear and there's a mass in the kidney is thought to be cancerous the patient is sent to a urologist urologist euro sensory error like urine and our just someone who studies that poor urologists in America as someone who's a surgeon who cuts on the urinary system this man went to the urologist heroes as well you have a kidney cancer you have to lose the kid they didn't do a biopsy that into staging their look where the cancer as the doctor took the patient to the hospital to come to the operating room then removed his right kidney he threw it in the pocket the doctor never told them about treatment options yes and we know that so no no we know that the job of the doctor should not only be just too into doing things but it should be explaining things and understanding and explaining all options well this surgeon like many many many many many many many many many many many many many surgeons didn't explain all the options the surge of never told the man well you can have me cut out your kidney or you can go see doctor liederman at thirteen eighty four Broadway and he can treat your kidney cancer with no cutting in no bleeding and nose surgery and no and this these are with a high success rate from the doctor first in America was stereotactic body radiosurgery well why would the surgeon not tell the patient will most likely he didn't tell the patient because if he tells his patients either he can cut out your kidney and throw it in a bucket we'll never have it again or you go see doctor liederman and save your kidney and avoid the surgeon avoid then the seizure which one would you do hello if you knew the success rate and we have dated the show's success rate is very high you could have surgery or better without the cutting you would most likely choose radiosurgery well this doctor never told the patient the patient lost his kidney and worst even worse it's not even the worst of the worst is yet to come you're going to hear about in a minute the man had cancer in two kidneys and the right and left kidney so he cut out the right kidney thrown in the baka this and well you come back next summer to cut out part of your other kidney and brought the patient back for another major surgery and cut out half of his opposite kidney again without telling him about all the options all the choices all the possibilities just cut cut cut cut cut cut cut yeah the never did in the staging to see where the cancer traveled soon then and now the patient comes to me the patient by the way didn't get any other care for these months but now comes to me with cancer in his lungs and multiple spots in his lungs and the other biopsy the same hospitals a big hospital in a neighboring state the biopsy the biopsy the long to prove its cancer of the kidney so the surgery to help him the cancer continued to travel the cancer's spread of cell stage four and is now blocking the airway and taking away his energy intake is where is strength and now is being told that the XIV chemo for the rest of his life for immuno therapy for the rest of those life and he knows this is excess rate with chemo immuno therapy is very very very hello it does not cure anybody with kidney cancer he had a sister this man has a seventy year old man teacher educated man here with his wife he had a sister with over and cancer he saw his sister die for wearing cancer with chemo came okay remotely just as not want to go through the same himself and so he met with me late yesterday afternoon and we reviewed all the options I met with him and his wife and we reviewed the data the scans the reports we're viewed his physical exam I examined him that we discussed all the options in the understands that with us had to come to me for four and a half years ago most probably wouldn't of lost his whole right kidney would have had that surgery and you come to me after that he would of lost half of his other kid in the left kidney and with us there's no handling of the kidney is normal that relations so we're not gonna be spreading the cancer cells during surgery like surgery there's lots of reasons why it's useful to listen to the show and that's what I started to talk about why listen have this man listen that he turned on the dial and listened to one of the shows he most likely would have heard and uneducated or one of his friends if he told his friends about the cancer would have told him Hey you can have that surgery you may want to see doctor leader and I can say that so many people send their friends and send their neighbors and send their love ones here for a fresh the second opinion because they know they don't have to remove the kid near the breast of the longer the arm or a leg of the prostate or the bladder the liver of the pancreas so many people learn here and that's the reason to stay tuned also the human dimension the human dimension of a seventy year old man is married he has a beautiful young wife and he wants to live and he's still working this man is still workers stage four cancer he wants to live and he wants to avoid unnecessary treatment once avoid useless treatment was to avoid treatment of his likely to work and that's what brought him here and we have lots of information to send you you can call even now if you wanted to win two choices our phone numbers to one two choices why two one two choices well it's two one two because we're in New York City and choices because like this man most people with cancer I.
"seventy year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy year old told Entertainment Tonight she asked doctors not to tell or how much time she may have left somebody tell you you have six months to live very possibly you will because you believe that so for me psychologically it's better not to have any ideas of what they expect to what the last person they have what you have so I don't I don't tune in she says every day is a gift that Piper CBS news polls from the cockpit to United Airlines pilots will instead be in a Scottish court room today they're facing charges of being drunk before an international flights passengers were left in the lurch by the party in pilots they were given hotel rooms and meal vouchers then rebooked on another flight back to the United States now drunken pilots is a situation that happens more often than you think here in the United States about eleven pilots are accused of having too much to drink before taking the wheel every year on average last year in Alaska Airlines pilot was sentenced to one year in prison after pleading guilty to flying wild drunk a restored World War two aircraft takes off from England in the first attempt to fly spit fire around the world for four months two pilots will take their turns flying the single seat aircraft originally built back in nineteen forty three while the other will follow in a chase plane this is one of those pilots Steve Brooks we've taken a of original nineteen forty three so far which flew fifty one times during the war and that has been in the music and since we stripped it down and the work to rebuild the whole played too it's the perfect majesty the pair will be making several pit stops in the spit fire planning to stop at a hundred locations across thirty countries including Scotland where they're currently staying after completing the first leg of their world torn and it's back health officials say more areas in southeastern Massachusetts are now at high risk for triple easy nine additional towns added to that list bringing the total number of communities to nearly two dozen that virus has been found in over a hundred Miskito samples this year half of them are from species capable of spreading eastern equine encephalitis to people triple E. is a rare but potentially deadly disease that can affect people of all ages eight await now let's take a look at Wall Street and this news Bloomberg business here's Andrew day good morning morning Jeff it's trying to take new steps to limit weakness in its currency in promises it won't artificially depreciate the currency to be competitive looks like Wall Street may rise stock futures up about a percent right now Dow futures gaining two hundred eighty two SB futures up thirty one this here is seen good times for the fast food business is chains such as McDonald's and Taco Bell of enjoyed big pops in sales but it isn't only the cheap fast food places cashing in big shake shack has wrapped up a powerful quarter for profit to revenue as well comparable sales jumping a much stronger than forecast three point six percent versus a year earlier and the shack is predicting stronger sales rest of the year than previously forecast as it pushes expansion overseas Andro day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston today's radio and Andrew thank you and still to come this morning the world's changed forever seventy four years ago we'll tell you about that on the way it's eight.
"seventy year" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Seventy year old place all my gosh okay this guy in Britain he his name is Terry brassiere yes he's seventy brassiere brassiere because he went in he's having some bladder problems so he went in for a bladder procedure okay well he told the British British newspaper that he was so distracted wings talking to the hospital staff that he didn't even notice that he was getting the correct procedure until it was too late was he awake he was yeah down there and they were talking to him and didn't realize swell he was circumcised I went in for a bladder procedure was circumcised they're like you're gonna love this what kind of things are they saying during they didn't know what to say when they found out what they done they said that they can't couldn't send them back because what's done is done he said it was a real surprise when I got this new yeah and not only that he had to go back again to get the actual Blatter procedure that he was supposed to get hope that was free that part was free he also got a pay out well he's in Britain so it's all free he got this is yeah twenty four thousand three hundred dollars as a pay out and as and I'm sorry the doctor said Hey I know money can't undo what happens you know anything about you knew for skin right take it away Luanne's new song did all they warn and your seventy you've had your foreskin for seventy years and then it's gone it's gone I feel bad for that he seems to be taking this in stride though you know he's but that's the British well don't worry about your floors is like twenty four grand for a whole I know this might be a little bit too since then bring up it'll be careful there is a way to get it back well on my own there's this whole thing in some men do stretching row you said it and yet there is it still possible I think anything's possible you know let's let's be positive here there is there are some people that actually do things to manipulate things and then they get it back home and if you want to research that on your own feel free it won't be in the show run down below at work I'm not putting in links to that that's a whole New World there.
"seventy year" Discussed on KQED Radio
"What his status doing about this on going cyber threats if I tell you what we're doing precisely to secure election time therefore making elections less secure yeah but he tells us anyway and is Jimi Hendrix to blame or thing for London's wild parakeets he is rumored to have released a breeding parents bring that arcades and stuff as well as the whole thing started hi Marco Werman those stories and much more coming right up today on the world hello I am I am the key with the BBC news the European commission's incoming president Ursula from The Lion has warned of challenging times ahead as the new British conservative leader Boris Johnson prepares to become prime minister she said it was important to build a strong working relationship to deliver it something good for both science Mr Johnson has promised to tape person I would have the you by the end of October come what may I'm wants to renegotiate the withdrawal deal agreed by his predecessor histamine Grammaticus from all of use most powerful figures there were messages of congratulations for Boris Johnson today they were very similar messages from the U. leaders went to reason may became prime minister subsequently the red lines Mrs may set helped define the course of the brexit negotiations during his election campaign Boris Johnson appeared to draw his own even tougher red lines saying he would renegotiate the withdrawal agreement with you today Michelle Bonnie a indicated that major changes are unlikely the promises Mister Johnson made to win his election already encountering the realities of what the you is prepared to negotiate the US Senate has voted to confirm mark as far as defense secretary this respite is expected to take his oath of office later on Tuesday the former lobbyist receive support from both Republican and democratic senators he was put forward for the job off to Mr trump's previous pick Patrick Shanahan withdrew from consideration for family reasons can you don't issue reports this is the longest period in the more than seventy year history of the post of secretary of defense it's been vacant with president trump's previous pick pulling out in June of the details of a messy divorce emerged well guess that comes to the role with a soldier's background having served in the first Gulf War and in parts of the famed one hundred and first airborne division known as the screaming eagles in the palm Mr esper was a lobbyist for the defense contract to raise him something which drew some criticism during his confirmation hearing the Venezuelan government has suspended school and business activities as the country recovers from a major power cut information minister hokey Rodriguez's told people to stay at home the Gambian soldier has admitted participating in the two thousand and five execution of around fifty migrants on the orders of the former president Yahya Jammeh may to Jimmy reportedly fear the man to come to overthrow him well Ross reports the former president of the Gambia always denied any involvement in the deaths of the migrants but now a soldier who was part of yeah yeah Germany's elite god has told the country's truth commission held the fifty men most of whom were from Ghana well executed left tenant Malick Johnson said the order for the killings came from Mister John may who now lives in exile in equatorial Guinea this confession corroborates the findings of campaign is including Human Rights Watch world news from the BBC police in Germany have condemned the drive by shooting of an era train man is a racist attack officials said the man was targeted because of the skin color adding there was a clear xenophobic motive the man who shot to investors Spock near Frankford is said to be in a stable condition a German man believed to be the gunman was found dead in a car the Russian boxer has died after suffering injuries in a fight in the United States Mike seemed at all chef was twenty eight his IBF light welterweight bout on Friday against Puerto Rico's studio Mateus was stopped by his own trainer pretty Gallimore has more Maxine did ossified won all thirteen of his previous fights but on Friday he received a brutal barrels of punches his American train at buddy my goods could tell something was wrong I'm pleaded with the Russian to stop but he refused at the end of the eleventh round we get threw in the towel the.
"seventy year" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Is a live breaking news everyone run for the hills it's hot in July give me a break I'm so excited to have a little bit of music talking about the hot weather I enjoy the hot weather we suffered through many many months below zero with the with the weather actually heard here in the Midwest sometime so take it in I don't care whatever you gotta do filled tub with water and set out in your backyard go though a pool do something I just stay inside the house that would be nice I know my mom got a check from the city of Chicago yesterday or I think she got a phone call to her cell phone automated call telling them it was hot and they should stay inside and okay and I'm thinking well gosh how can they use a system to actually benefits Chicago could they send it to gang members because they told us they tell us that they know exactly who the bad guys are indocin them text messages saying I too hot to be shooting people and and bullets I don't know what happens when the exposed to extreme heat but I wake up in their six people shot in the news you wake up and you go to the social media whatever you look over the news especially on a Saturday when I I'm coming here I'm so excited and I will happen overnight and it's just it's I love the news when it breaks and I simply love it but we're not so common here it's a hot and muggy and hot and violent weekend that those words is go together and that's just unfortunately that's the culture that we've been exposed to for so many years in Chicago is just that's what happened it gets warmer outside of people decide to I don't go outside of your people Hey that's a neighbor Robert your Naperville thank you for coming seven is also so are you there Robert I press on Iraq he you should be there can you hear me going once yes there you are okay edit I had the the you might that's the problem which is good this is good and a good that's a good thing you do you just have to remember to take it off me yeah absolutely say I'm a seventy year old patriot and up and up I remember a time back in the nineteen fifties I I want to address the issue of trump up kind of telling the crowd down now when they were chanting send them back send them back and I'm not exactly sure that he should necessarily have been doing that the reason that I say that is this I remember a time back in the late nineteen fifties when the actress Ingrid Bergman who is not a woman of color Sweden and the only thing I've seen of color and most people is a Swedish tanning secret adds about it but but in any case she did something that was very offensive to the American people at the time what she did was she she divorced her husband and left him and her two kids to marry a Hollywood producer and the whole thing was so repulsive and people that she said she felt compelled to leave the country and and there was nothing ethnic or racial or color or anything about that it was the way people felt at the time and they felt that that presents I'm how in the Hollywood arena was just to fencing for American society and and how would people at that time has helped him they occurred a see and then these other talking is anti American is they were they would they would they would be talking about them going back you can be sure of that sure Robert and I think thank you very much for your call I think about that everybody's heard that America love it or leave it and I posted something recently I think with the Colin Kaepernick thing about music we don't wake up in the country that you love and go wherever you want to go to go back whatever maybe and say go back and find a country so the end the somebody crowdsourced money for you and find a country when you get there and you can send it their pride parade comprised of whatever country pride when I say pride.
"seventy year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Helped to mentor new employees at seventy years old he refused to retire he didn't even want to like he was thinking about it and the music now I can still work I'm still strong and he was just as committed to his loved ones he's a really big family man she was everything to us he took care of all of us on he came here from the Philippines with nothing and we made a life out here Julius was a husband father and grandfather Hey don't have children yet but lake when they do they'll never have that grandfather countless family and friends some across the globe our morning this senseless loss our extended family so many friends everybody in the Philippines genesis her dad regularly took the train between work in their home in Highland Park never did they think something like this would happen he was supposed to go on vacation that day tonight they have so many burning questions why are there so many homeless people on the street was in the city of Los Angeles helping them my father didn't deserve this I don't think anybody does could have been anybody like it's not safe anymore it was June is Rhonda is the daughter of seventy year old Julius Rhonda's who was killed in a metro platform as he made his way back home from work back on July first and they're looking for a guy to describing is five foot eight hundred fifty pounds dark here they do have security camera images about still here we are nine days later eight days later since this happened so I second we don't have anybody in custody yet there were reports at the beginning that it might have been a homeless person that did this remember to eating out to talk to another child of Julius Ron does Charles run does his son is on the line Charles what can the John and Ken show hi I really sorry what happened your dad really really wrong way things are going here in Los Angeles I wanted what you talk about your dad we we heard from the channel five report what your sister had to say what to what do you have to say about your father my father was a it was a great man is a loving father you know he yeah you need to manage you know you will be exercised every day you know you take care of the community neighbors you know he he helped out a lot of people you know he never asked for anything you know in return but he he was always willing to help he immigrated in in the Philippines and you keep the American dream came here with nothing here is why two kids in you know you build a life out here he was able to you know earn enough to soon though I started to call it you know well in my brother join the military and you know we I had a lot of also good value he's gonna be processed you didn't have services for him this morning we did it I see he was so also now the torrent of his high school and quite the hard I mean he didn't he loves his job at DWP still working at eight seventy had that much energy like I said he was a strong strong many G. ran marathons you know he he biked every fact every day you took the train to work in and he was he was a very strong statement I didn't tell you he was seventy years you wouldn't even you wouldn't believe it you know what do you think what's going on with people like your dad getting randomly attacked randomly killed by all the vagrants that are running around you notice it's just you know I I feel like the the city isn't isn't doing anything they're not they're not helping me so these people that need help you lose a lot of homeless you will end growing every day every day there's there's more more homeless them you know people are starting to get desperate in you know more and more yield my father is this is this is going to happen more and more and you know we need to put a stop to this we don't know exactly who did this yet reports are it might be a homeless person obviously to do this is a very mentally ill person did your dad ever talk about this situation with them a lot of homeless people on the streets where he walked and worked and things like that the only well he you know he he returns that there there were a lot of homeless people out there and you know if you do what he can to help you know he yeah just the guy is a very very good person hello too soon you know it's well working with fertility for thirty three years you know into the candlelight you know she wasn't at home he was at work you know who's like a second only to him over there yeah they have to do something where we just had a story last week where we are here in Burbank a woman got attacked in an alleyway in that case they did catch the guy he is a transient from another place we you may have seen the story last year a guy was so pushed in front of a bus and we needed to die but he almost got the his whole body run over I mean this is a city it is not taking enough steps when no matter how you think they should deal with it they're not doing enough to protect people on the streets it's dangerous to be in a place like your dad was on that particular day even though it's like four thirty in the afternoon it's like something happened at midnight right news the specialist was working he just got out of work you talked to my mom right before you know he left work in you know he was just walking across the street in a you know use would just waiting someone attacked running even which is coming you know it's just well John Charles thank you for coming on and very tough day for you since you just had services for your dad but we we appreciate your sharing your thoughts about your father line of people now know a little bit about what your dad was like so thank you for doing that well thank you my dad is Charles round as he is the son of a man by the name of Julius run does seventy years old and we've talked about him for a few days now he is the LADWP employee who was close line on the streets back on July second four thirty in the afternoon looking for a vagrant but when he got close lined it knocked him to the ground he hit his head and he did not recover is on life support for a while but there was just no hope and he he passed away today the family had services for Julius round as more coming up Johnny can KFI and Deborah mark as this Sally axe has gotten started on an alternative to the traffic mess around the terminals the new parking and transit hub will connect to the airport by tram the new facility will have forty five hundred parking spaces it's scheduled to open in twenty twenty one a cab is crashed into a restaurant in Manhattan hurting at least seven people the taxi drove into a wine bar during the lunch time Rush severe turbulence is caused an Air Canada flight from Australia to Vancouver to make an emergency landing in Hawaii at least thirty five people on board got hurt several had to be taken to the hospital double on the four oh five and we will check in with the KFI.
"seventy year" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Seventy year old guy. It is odd that never happens that the we'd wafts up on the stage. It is kind of wild. There was a study done and it sixteen percent of people who have been high on weed at work. Low or high that seems low to me. Yes. Mr. Mullane. I also worked at the Burlington coat factory for a couple of years. But you had a man how many people you suppose we're high, the percentage at, at that particular Burlington coat factory? Yes, it was like. Everybody except for most of the managers and my wife. Okay. And maybe a couple of the people who worked vowed say it's about half. So at least fifty percent, leased half now is that because everyone smoked or were they just high off the contact your clothes? There may have been there may instead of lunch break. Some blunt breaks Lincoln, dope factory. Yes. The most places it's well sixteen percent the average. Six. Thing, by the way, I think you should be totally sober when you're going to work, I was going to say, I wonder if the national Burlington, coat factory marketing team is gonna make calls getting, like David, can you just be quiet? Oh man. Bought a new coat and found it. Bagging check this, though of these sixteen percent that say, yeah. Been high work before. Twenty six percent of those say, they're high or every day. That was the all that was the old burly factor. The majority at least a few times a week. And so then, you know, people want to get into the discussion. Well, is that, you know, places where it's legalized study found that people in states where marijuana is totally illegal are more likely to get at work than people in states where it's actually legal. Wow. You find that interesting. Yeah. Makes the day go by quicker. Okay. And then you got a quarter of the people saying it actually makes me more productive man. You know what? I, I know you're gonna roll your eyes. Sometimes I have to do what's called markdowns there, where you're all you're doing is scanning tickets printing out, new price tags and putting little stickers on the existing price tags. That's all you're doing. And in that state of mind, it might technically be considered a.
"seventy year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Of the seventy year olds and. I got a good chuckle out of the pro. I think Trump was actually, you know, chuckling and laughing a bit under his breath. I don't know if you you're heard this or saw the video on this, by the way welcomes Schnitt here on a Friday. Wow. Oh. You're not gonna believe where I'm going to be two o'clock tomorrow morning. So coming up here. We are. It's what three oh, eight eastern time. It's it's three oh eight here on the east coast and at two o'clock in the morning. I probably should be sleeping. But I won't be hang on. Let me just bring this up before. I get it. The President Trump and Biden Biden was on the view today. And then. It could have been a tougher interview. I mean, I I didn't expect any hard hitting punches from the ladies on the view, but they did address touchy feely stuff what we'll get into that in just a second. Well, but at two o'clock this morning. I said, yes. I'm going to be at the avengers. Again. I probably would not see the avengers on my own. I'm just not into the the modern day superhero van run it just it just doesn't really float my boat. But you know, who's voted floats? If floats Julian's my fourteen year old son, and they made a plan he and his friends with all these movies, and they they buy the tickets together. And they all go as a group to see the movie, and what happened was when the adventures endgame tickets on sale. Whatever website they were using crash. And I think ticket sales were a bit. The laid whatever the story was. And by the time it was backup. They missed their opportunity, and they were not able to get seats at a decent showing for his whole group of friends to go see it together. And he was bummed. He was devastated. The plan was then to get tickets to see the avengers next weekend. And of course, he's worried about spoilers and there's a kid at school that apparently likes to spoil it for all the anyway Jolyon. Diligent kid that he is found the theater that showing the movie at two o'clock later tonight early tomorrow morning, and he said dad, we take me to the adventures. And I I didn't really think about I said he s I'll take you to the avengers. I mean, this is a big deal for him. And you know, kids of his age is a really really big deal. So I have going to be in the avengers at two o'clock this morning. It's my understanding this movie runs like three hours. So three hours. That means I'm not going to be getting out of the movie until about five AM. So is this going to disrupt my sleep schedule just a little bit of I going to be a little bit off track. Hopefully, I'll be able to put things back on the rails. You know? So I can start the work week on Monday off. Right. But certainly this is a little bit of a deviation. So I I'm taking Julian to the movie, I guess it's gonna make his day make his weekend. So that's where all be now. You know, what his greatest fear is? Because this happened before I took the kids to see my wife. What was it was it? I took the kids to see one of the cars, movies and. Yeah. I had a does off during the movie, and apparently they had a keep. Nudging me because I was. Apparently, I was I was snoring fairly loudly in the theater, and I guess people were looking around. And so they had a nudge to wake me up. So the the fear that my son has it's already come up. And I think he's thrilled that I'm taking him to the movies at two o'clock in the morning early tomorrow morning, but he's afraid that I might doze off during the movie, and he's terrified that I might start snoring. So that's that's my deal. So where am I going to be? You'll know it's two o'clock. Do you know where your father or husband is? Yeah, I'm gonna be the avengers, you know, in a movie theater. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine that's the nationwide number here on sniff eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine is a lot of ground to cover. Incidentally, I did see this that eight thousand avengers endgame, showings, sold out around the country. I don't know what the timeframe was this. Okay. As of as of yesterday. So according to fandango the movie ticket the trailer website court the fandango as of yesterday Thursday. About eight thousand showtimes, around the country already sold out theaters from Hawaii to New Hampshire. Big towns, small towns little towns, and apparently it is now the largest pre sell in the history of fandango the movie ticket sales website and just behind avengers in game. Now is Star Wars. The force awakens. Don't get me started on Star Wars for me Star Wars ended after. Probably return of the Jedi. Yes. Oh, Star Wars Empire Strikes. Back return of the Jedi for me. That's that Star Wars the other just I saw a couple of the other ones. And you know, I fall asleep in those as well. All right. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine that is how you dialogue on the show. We got a lot of ground to cover today. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the president was off to the NRA convention in Indianapolis earlier today earlier late morning early afternoon, where he spoke on the way leaving the White House. They head to Indianapolis for the NRA convention. He answered some questions gets into vaccines. We'll talk about that in just a bit. But. Here's the deal. And I think Trump is having some fun with this. I I really do listen as Trump is asked about you know, how old is too old to be president just a short time ago. Well, I think.
"seventy year" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A seventy seventy year old woman is dead after being hit by a car in SIMS township the incident took place around eight AM on Tuesday on Humphry road. When Mary Lodhi was crossing the street in a crosswalk and was hit by a car. Police at the driver of the car failed to see her and hit her. She was taken to UC medical center where she was pronounced dead. The driver was not injured in the crash alcohol drugs and speed were not a factor in the crash to more people have been arrested after a mob like fight involving more than one hundred teenagers broke out Saturday night at a melt healthy strip mall, the massive brawl escalated, Saturday night at hilltop plaza shopping center on Hamilton avenue. According to the incident report, hundreds of people mostly juvenile's were involved in a massive altercation. Police may two additional arrest Tuesday night in charge them with operating teen. Club without a license radio. Seven hundred wwl dummy. Sports in college basketball, news UCLA officially introducing Mick Cronin. As the Bruins new head basketball coach today in Los Angeles. I can't wait to meet gentlemen, like Jamaal Wilkes cream of Jabbar alone. There's too many people to name what opportunity for me to get the no these people convey, my message to them ways. They could help reds update game. Two of the Marlins read series tonight at great American ballpark. Trevor Richards will go up against Tyler Molly seven hundred wwl obvious. Coverage begins at five forty with a salvage store. USA inside pitch. Kelsey Chevrolet extra show after the game. Bill Denison, seven WW sports. Our next update is at five thirty. I'm India Jones, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w seventy.
"seventy year" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Seventy years graphic witness testimony before a grand jury heard today about some lady who says that he went there for haircut and forced her to give him oral sex that may have been a consensual encounter. I don't know. I haven't seen the evidence. Steve Greenberg represents R Kelly if convicted on all ten counts Kelly faces seventy years in prison to dead at least three hundred wounded in Venezuela. Saturday's protests erupting over shipments of humanitarian aid being blocked by the president and his regime is saying that these humanitarian aid trucks are nothing, but a farce. There are warning that they're going to not allow these trucks in because they believe it is a Trojan horse of sorts and that the United States is just trying to interfere and to try to overthrow the regime. Fox's Brian elaine's. Reporting president Madura announcing he has severed all diplomatic ties with Colombia facing life. President Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort crimes, cutting to the heart of the criminal Justice system that according to a sentencing memo filed by special counsel, Robert Muller as for that long awaited. Russia reports source familiar with the special counsel's investigation told Fox News this week that it is near the end game. However, a senior official the Justice department tells us they are not expecting to receive their molar report next week saying any reporting that special counsel molars report will be delivered to the department of Justice next week are incorrect. Oxes Garrett tinny it took a nosedive witnesses describing the crash of a Boeing seven sixty seven cargo play on its way to Houston crashed into a bay east to the city chambers county sheriff Bryan Hawthorne's saying one body has been found to others missing. And a sixty four year old man dying when his plane crashed.
"seventy year" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"He said, oh, I'm so happy. Another seventy year old on another seventy year old. Because when I said that picture it was a video. Of him cool to seventy talking your mother fucker guys Advil said to me goes, I'm so happy. I love your show. And it's you're so talented. It's his dad thing then he goes, and he goes, and he goes looked at me, he put his hands on my shoulders, and he goes, and he got teary eyed, and he goes. You're the son. I never had. No. And the reason why Chris Chris Chris barely. Got by. And you were such a huge instrument in that facilitation. Yeah. It goes. You're the reason he is YouTube, and I said, and he goes, and he bites your style. And I want you to know, but you don't and I said, and I hugged him. I know it was so cool. You know, where I you what I can't wait. I can't wait till you make it. I can't wait to make. I I can't wait to you. I'm. Can't wait till you, you don't let me out of a mess. Pro. I did that way till you make it don't do that. Because I let you let you fly saw Goodman. Do it's crazy that my wallet is fucking not. I usually usually won't fold pay Brenton snake that his on his wallet. They're thousands in there. That's a coral snake? I put fucking dude. Are they're coming out with thousand dollar bills. I need that. It'd be nice. I need that. I saw this thing bags in the dude. Yeah. The brink trucks, bro. You're in the. Yeah, broke because I saw that instantly got angry. How about this? This is my new theme song, dude, some guy made it..
"seventy year" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show
"That is the worst financial advice possible. Yet ninety six percent of the people believe that that information. This is a seventy year secular bull market that might be coming to an end, and how long will the secular bear market last? We don't know. But for those that are prepared for it is going to be the best time to ever had to get rich as like WalMart selling cucumbers for. Ten cents a pound or steak for ten one dollar a pound. It's going to be the best time. But if you're an edit and went to school in believing saving money, you could be in the big, mama trouble. So anyway, final words Kim. I just want to thank our guest, Michael Pinto. We're going to have him back because he did make my head spin. And he left me with a lot of questions, and I'm going to start. There's things I want to start really paying attention to that. I wasn't paying attention to before. And I think that's one of the beauties of having guests like Michael on because he gets me thinking, and then it's time for me to get to work and figure out what the heck he just said. Well, the last thing is that you know, you can go to a coin dealer right now you can buy a dime that used to cost me ten cents back in nineteen sixty four today that ten cent dime caused me two dollars. So that should tell us all your savers out there getting screwed. So somebody tells you save money and invest long-term of the stock market that could be the worst possible financial advice possible yet if you don't know any better, it might be the best thing you can do. So that once again, thank you for listening to a rich, dad radio. Once again, you can submit your questions so ask Robert at rich, dad radio dot com, and I think Michael Pinto president founder of pencil portfolio, strat strategies. Thank you. Listen to the program.