35 Burst results for "Seventy Year Old"

What Can College Students Do to Save the Country?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 8 months ago

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

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3 U.S. Senators Test Positive In "Breakthrough" COVID-19 Cases

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

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

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Comedian and Author Evan Sayet Discusses Supremacy and How It Characterizes 'Woke' Culture

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:21 min | 10 months ago

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

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How to Buy Back Your Time With Jannese Torres-Rodriguez

Brown Ambition

02:07 min | 11 months ago

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

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She's Up! Bat Girl 60 Years in Making Reaches Yankee Stadium

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

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

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Interview With Pilots Craig Beles and Truman O'Brien

There I Was...

01:26 min | 1 year ago

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

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Justices Reject Case of Retired Cop Put in Police Chokehold

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Comedian Russell Kane on his Mental Health Journey

Mentally Yours

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Comedian Russell Kane on his Mental Health Journey

"We have special to talk about mental health awareness week without guests editor for the week russell kane. He's going to be looking off to metro cody case tech section this week. So we're gonna talk about tech addiction mental health in general and he's various views and opinions about mental wellbeing so russell welcome to mentally yours and thank you for joining us dive straight in there with the kind of big question which is once you'll mental health story kind of from childhood to now won't spend your mental health journey Spicer my mental health journey. You could probably draw equivalent with some sort of a seventy year old gammon man. Who's just realized that agenda and rice exists. It's not like he was ever meant to be in the dark. Took about shaking to wake him up. I mean by that is never realized. There was any such thing as mental health. Something you would look at or examine or think about it was just not in my lexicon. In the same way that the politics of gender and rice knowing the lexicon of the generation that came before me. So i've been so shaken awoken in the last ten years about the that's even thing one my of pundit on so anything i answer to you will be going back in coloring. In with knowledge that's been acquired off the us supposed to thousand sixty thousand seven. How valid is it. I'm always nervous about looking back. I was because i have no memories of any mental ill-health of of of feeling distressed of needing to see us psychologist or psychiatrist of needing medication of thinking. Something was wrong. But if we teleported my whole child oldest team experiences. So that i've been born thirty years later would not have the same opinions that he's of that point. Who

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In GOP Stronghold, Biden Pushes for His Infrastructure Plan

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

In GOP Stronghold, Biden Pushes for His Infrastructure Plan

"President Biden has used a trip to reliably Republican Louisiana to push GOP lawmakers into backing his two point three trillion dollar infrastructure plan in Lake Charles the president stood before a seventy year old bridge two decades past its designed lifespan saying the nation cannot afford not to pay for rebuilding its infrastructure the issue is how to pay for it the president's pushing a corporate tax like you know I'm sick and tired of corporate America is not paying their fair share but it made GOP objections says he's ready to compromise I'm not ready to do nothing the White House is banking on voters and a local official selling the planned like Lake Charles mayor nic hunter a Republican any members of Congress out there who might be listening like Charles needs help right now Sager make ani Washington

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Biden to Push His Big Infrastructure Plan in GOP Stronghold

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to Push His Big Infrastructure Plan in GOP Stronghold

"President Biden's venturing into reliably Republican Louisiana to tout his two point three trillion dollar infrastructure plan a seventy year old Bridget Lake Charles will be the backdrop as the president pushes his plan he wants to pay for it by boosting taxes on corporations and the wealthy arguing that'll benefit everybody while hurting nobody but Republicans have double down on keeping taxes low and several GOP senators that pitched a far smaller infrastructure plan the White House hopes its infrastructure message hits home in Louisiana where extreme weather over the past decade has cost fifty billion dollars in damage the president's plan calls for the same amount to make infrastructure better able to withstand storms wind and flooding Sager mag ani Washington

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"seventy year old" Discussed on Or Not!

Or Not!

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on Or Not!

"A me schumer and her joke which all the it hit all the stereotypes of asian man missive shy tiny. And you just can't compete over over. Sexualization of asian women and at all. Yeah she hit all and it was. It's it's funny because it's the stereotype that everyone has of women so find funny but it is. It's offensive and it's dangerous because like i'm always worried like i always feel like i'm being fetishizes whenever i go out. And that's one of the reasons. Why i'm just like oh. This person probably just has an asian fetish or whatever it is. It's just like because that exists. It's like also harder for me to trust people and stuff. It's like these stereotypes and just like how we're weak and stuff. The those was this one story about that seventy year old grandmother who got punched in the face and then she beat up the band and he got rolled away in a in a gurney. And i'm just like yeah like you thought we were easy targets you thought asian woman are weak and like choose an old lady and she beat the shit out of you and we're not week like just watching that video of that seventy year old grandmother who beat up that man and like when she started crying the end and i remembered our last conversation about like. Just because we're crying doesn't mean where week and it just like that. She was so strong she'd beat up this man and incapacitated him you know he. I laughed when i saw him on that gurney. Which is like you are ridiculous. And i can't in this is what you get and you can't just assume that people are weak and then her crying like she's not week like she's a very strong who beat up this girl man who punched in the face and now she is. It's all of the emotions now. She feels like she can express them. She's safe now and she can do it. Yeah all the adrenaline is going down now and she expressing the human response exactly.

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Mr. Potato Head Drops the Mr.

Business Wars Daily

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Mr. Potato Head Drops the Mr.

"Nineteen fifty to one toys been captivating hearts across the country. it's Well it's a plastic potato with holes where you can insert different body parts like years and arms or even accessories like glasses. Sounds like fun doesn't it. You know when. I say it out loud. It actually sounds a little weird but beloved. That's for sure. The original mr potato head which came with accessories meant to be stuck in an actual potato not a plastic potato. Sold a million kits in the first year after it was introduced spud wedged. Its way into history. The first toy to be advertised on television and marketed heavily toward children rather than their parents. Maybe that's why mr potato head and his wife. Mrs are still lovingly nestled in millions of american toy boxes today hopefully with a plastic potatoes. Well recently toymaker hasbro announced that the classic tater would be getting a makeover. They'd be dropping. The mr from all of its branding and packaging. Mr and mrs potato heads a line of small collectibles called wait for it tots. Even mr potato head out that whole line of products will now simply be known as potato head. The reason hasbro said in a statement that they were quote making sure all feel welcome in the potato head world unquote and dropping the mr in a push toward gender equality and inclusion shortly after. They made their plan. Public panic ensued on social media. That seventy year old. Mr potato head would be sent to the toy. Graveyard hasbro quickly clarified. That the change would be to the branding and packaging only but the characters of mr and mrs potato head were alive and would stay that way. Hasbro is just the latest toy company to reexamine its products as culture evolves in twenty nineteen rival. Mattel debuted a new line of gender neutral dolls that come with wigs of various lengths and a variety of clothes from skirts slacks ties to dresses. At the time mattel said the dolls were quote designed to keep labels out an invite everyone in unquote and last year. Mattel unveiled a new line of barbies. That may look a bit different than the skinny blond dolls. You remember from your childhood. The new barbie line includes dolls with prosthetics. Buzz cuts skin conditions and a variety of body types. Even a ken doll with shoulder. Length hair put simply toy companies or evolving as their customers do data on transgender and gender non binary individuals is not publicly collected in every state. So it's hard to know exactly how many young people identify such but at two thousand nineteen federal survey found that around one hundred and fifty thousand americans between ages thirteen and seventeen identify as trans. Or non binary hasbro senior vice president. Kimberly boyd kept it simple. In a statement fast company culture has a vault. She said quote the way. The brand currently exists with mr and mrs is limiting when it comes to both gender identity and family structure on quote. Hasbro's planning to release a new set of potato heads. This fall called up potato family. Pack it will come with two large potatoes. One small potato and a variety of accessories typically associated with any gender. That means kids can make a family. That looks like anything they can imagine. Potato head may be a simple toy but hasbro's push toward gender. Inclusivity symbolizes a larger cultural shift toward self identification and invitation for all to think outside the toy box

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Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

"The with kevin mason story on the tv news the night. That was both heartbreaking and just frustrating was about a woman who got taken for thousands of dollars trying to buy pets online. She was trying to buy some little yorkie dogs or something like that and got taken by online scammers. They didn't really have the dogs but she answered some ad and they were wanting prepaid cash cards and she didn't see the red flags and now the seventy year old woman has spent thousands of dollars basically broke and what bothers me. More is with all the pets that are in shelters all the pets that are strays all the stories. We see online of all of these people hoarding pets. That people even go buy something online that she wanted to have this particular dogs so badly. She was willing to go into debt because she needed some companionship. It's kind of sad when you're that gullible to spend thousands of dollars on a scam but more importantly if you just need companionship you could have just gone down to your local animal shelter. It's a sad statement in many ways but buying pets. I really do have a hard time with that. I think that's just another thing we've got to figure out to fix.

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Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

"The with kevin mason story on the tv news the night. That was both heartbreaking and just frustrating was about a woman who got taken for thousands of dollars trying to buy pets online. She was trying to buy some little yorkie dogs or something like that and got taken by online scammers. They didn't really have the dogs but she answered some ad and they were wanting prepaid cash cards and she didn't see the red flags and now the seventy year old woman has spent thousands of dollars basically broke and what bothers me. More is with all the pets that are in shelters all the pets that are strays all the stories. We see online of all of these people hoarding pets. That people even go buy something online that she wanted to have this particular dogs so badly. She was willing to go into debt because she needed some companionship. It's kind of sad when you're that gullible to spend thousands of dollars on a scam but more importantly if you just need companionship you could have just gone down to your local animal shelter. It's a sad statement in many ways but buying pets. I really do have a hard time with that. I think that's just another thing we've got to figure out to fix.

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Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Shopping For Pets (MM #3596)

"The with kevin mason story on the tv news the night. That was both heartbreaking and just frustrating was about a woman who got taken for thousands of dollars trying to buy pets online. She was trying to buy some little yorkie dogs or something like that and got taken by online scammers. They didn't really have the dogs but she answered some ad and they were wanting prepaid cash cards and she didn't see the red flags and now the seventy year old woman has spent thousands of dollars basically broke and what bothers me. More is with all the pets that are in shelters all the pets that are strays all the stories. We see online of all of these people hoarding pets. That people even go buy something online that she wanted to have this particular dogs so badly. She was willing to go into debt because she needed some companionship. It's kind of sad when you're that gullible to spend thousands of dollars on a scam but more importantly if you just need companionship you could have just gone down to your local animal shelter. It's a sad statement in many ways but buying pets. I really do have a hard time with that. I think that's just another thing we've got to figure out to fix.

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The 60s' Spy Satellite Helping Today's Environmental Scientists

Kottke Ride Home

04:49 min | 1 year ago

The 60s' Spy Satellite Helping Today's Environmental Scientists

"In the nineteen sixties and seventies the. Cia ran something. Called the corona michigan sadly for today's conspiracy theorists. It has nothing to do with the pandemic that we currently face or even other corona viruses like the common cold no it was a covert cold war mission. Using satellites to take reconnaissance photos of the soviet union with the aim of gleaning information about the large nation's military supplies and readiness. It was the first time satellite reconnaissance had been done from space and it took them and tries before it actually worked. Several satellites didn't make it to orbit others experienced camera failures. It was quite a feat at the time. Scientists had to figure out how to design a camera and film that could withstand the air pressure and radiation in space but in august nineteen sixty the first successful satellite past eight times over the soviet union taking twenty pounds worth of film and depositing it in mid air via parachute through the atmosphere into a waiting air force plane below the first photography ever recovered from orbit over the next twelve years and one hundred forty five missions. The corona program would take nearly a million photos improving in quality overtime. The krona program was declassified in nineteen ninety five and since then has taken on a new life assisting archaeologists and environmentalists in piecing together the history of landscapes and digging into many mysteries of our natural environments. We'll nineteen sixty may not seem like that long ago to some of us prior to the declassification of the corona spy photos the oldest satellite imagery most scientists had worked with dated back to the nineteen eighties at the very oldest. And most were much more. Recent quoting the new york times paired with modern computing the space-based snapshots of helped archaeologists identify ancient sites demonstrated. How craters left by american bombs. During the vietnam war became fishponds and recounted world war. two's reshaping of eastern europe tree. Cover often coronas sixties era snapshots captured habitats before humans dramatically none dated paved over plowed up or developed wild species into new cities hydroelectric dams farmland or industrial zones. The images even challenged our assumptions about untouched. Ecosystems revealing more than once that presumed old growth forests are actually younger than seventy years old and quotes harvard archaeologist. Jason calls them quote the best military tax payer funded success that no one knows about end quotes but for how much they're assisting scientists now. Their usage to provide insights on environmental. Matters is not unprecedented. In fact it was being done in secret within the walls of the cia itself starting just a few years before. The corona program was declassified. Thanks to the guiding hand of scientists. Linda zoll and a well-timed letter from vice president. Al gore zone was already working with the cia in nineteen ninety one when the soviet union collapsed as a liaison between the cia and washington secret team of elite scientists. The jason's with the fall of the soviet union all spy programs and resources were being reconsidered zoll pushed for the satellites to be maintained for environmental study but it wasn't a popular idea but between a comprehensive report penned by all and pressure from then tennessee senator al gore this. Eia was finally convinced and established a large team with the intention of cracking many environmental mysteries using photos from corona and its later counterparts. Zoll led a team of seventy elite scientists as they combed through decades of photos producing hundreds of studies and reports on planetary shifts in snowfall blizzard sea ice and glaciers one of their biggest discoveries images that showed the extent to which the polar ice caps were retreating a prime example of the types of photos the spies didn't care about but which environmental scientists coveted the program resul named media kept up in various carnations through two thousand fifteen but has since shuttered in its place however are scientists around the world using the images from the original corona program and later images from medina to shed light on thorny questions across an array of disciplines and while it was slow going for a long time due to the complications with scanning correcting and orienting images more recent software has finally been developed to make the whole process go a lot more quickly and accurately and if you want to dig into the history and science of the corona program a bit more. There is a film produced by the cia at the time that you can watch on youtube. It's titled a point in time the corona story which honestly could be the title of someone's film about twenty twenty

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Home Buyer Tips For December

Bo Knows Real Estate

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Home Buyer Tips For December

"A december first when we're talking about sales records. We're talking about what we sold. During the month of november previous year at this time period so During the month of november twenty nineteen we sold a total of three hundred fifty one houses. Compare that to six hundred thirty three this year so sales again once again our way up compared to twenty nineteen most expensive house this month. So for one point seven million in headingley and in fact during the month of november we sold ten houses at a million dollars or more. So let's go into in a little bit more detail again. December i twenty twenty last year. At this time we had fourteen hundred and twenty houses available this month. We have seven hundred fifty. Four virtually has many houses on the market as there was last year but sales are almost twice as much. So you can see. This is not a sustainable situation buyers far outpaced the listings. Seven hundred and fifty four is down a little bit from the previous month yet when we had nine hundred fifty five houses breaking it down across price ranges entry level houses under two hundred fifty thousand last year. We had four hundred ten district. We've got two hundred twenty seven eight range to fifty to five hundred thousand last year. We had nearly seven hundred on the market right now. We have three hundred six and luxury homes. Three hundred fifty one last year december first today. Two hundred twenty. One incidentally starting in january twenty twenty one. I'll be doing something a little different. I will be giving a separate luxury housing market report. That's all houses over. Five hundred thousand in manitoba got the luxury home marketing institute classifies anything over five hundred thousand as a luxury home. So i'll be delving a little deeper into the details in this price range. Okay now let's take a closer look at the sold numbers during the month of november entry level. Last year we sold one hundred five this year. Hundred and forty two mid range prowse's last year. During the month of november. We sold two hundred eight this year. Three hundred and fourteen and even luxury homes last year result. Thirty eight this month. The during november we sold seventy seven. That's basically twice as many as year. Same time so we can see that the number of available listings are about half and sales are about double. How do we put that on paper. Does it look in graph form. That's when we come up with a to called days of inventory. This basically explains it. There are no more listings. Come into market today at the current pace of sale. How long would it take us to sell everything. That's out there here. The lower the number the hotter the market entry level houses under two hundred fifty thousand last year. It would have taken us one hundred seventeen days to sell everything that's out there. This month is just forty. Eight days super hot. But it's even hotter in the mid range prices two hundred and fifty to five hundred thousand dollars. There was a house by the way last week. A twelve hundred foot bungalow in river heights listed at four hundred was four hundred thirty thousand sold for five hundred thousand dollars. This is a seventy year old house. It's been redone done up to the nines. Look really great but a half million dollar price tag so in that price range. Last year we had one hundred days of inventory this month. Twenty nine so in other words if nobody else listed their house in that price range going forward it wouldn't even take us a month to run out of everything that's out there and now luxury homes there too much hotter market than normal last year. Two hundred seventy seven days to sell everything. That's the level of inventory this month eighty six days. That's probably the hottest that i've seen it. Not price range now. the one step

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Jeff Bridges says he has lymphoma, cites good prognosis

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Jeff Bridges says he has lymphoma, cites good prognosis

"The popular actor is fighting a form of cancer yeah well the data by Jeff bridges taking the same kind of attitude his character the dude in the big Lebowski he's being treated for lymphoma but says his prognosis is good the seventy year old actor says in a social media post he understands the disease a serious and express gratitude to his family friends and doctors but just as he will keep his fans posted on his recovery Regis has been nominated for seven Oscars during his career winning once for crazy heart in twenty ten Regis has deep Hollywood bloodlines he's the son of actors Lloyd and Dorothy bridges both of whom died in nineteen ninety eight I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Stevie Wonder leaves Motown and releases two new songs

The Breakfast Club

02:46 min | 1 year ago

Stevie Wonder leaves Motown and releases two new songs

"Stevie wonder had a new kidney. He had a kidney transplant last year. He said he feels thirty years younger after that. Any also announced that he is leaving motown. So He's been on motown forever. So that's a big deal and he put out to new songs as well. So we actually have one of those songs for you right now and this song is called can't put it in the hands of fate. It's a call to action with rhapsody, Corday CHICA and BUSTA rhymes. Don't repeat many. took notes from the Peter you Samah Vitamin. Apologize. Made debts legal. When the dog equal. A debt. Town got to find. The. Time was raised by Mother Nature in the projects in the mid war withdraws. Was Easy to spot the government. Dropped include Bob Rhapsody who there? Yes. They get busy. Telling me one did leave and motown is like telling me somebody died that I thought vindicated who the hell thought. stevie wonder was still on motown. I no clue until either. Let's hear Stevie wonder's part of the song as well. You. have to make a change. Again. Wouldn't. told. US. Can't. Okay timeless talent, timeless talents devi one absolutely. Never forget the brass club hats TV WANNA come saying happy happy birthday to Senator Hilary Clinton when she was running for president in two thousand sixteen. She didn't win. Of course I a great moment it was. Put out another sound call whereas I love song this is under his new. So what's the Fuss Music Label with republic records all the proceeds from is our love song will be donated to feeding America. You know he was on Motown for sixty years all right now oprah. Seaport seventy years old. Wow. Sixty is. To leave and kept he probably kept on signing again masturbate I. Don't know if he got on TV hope he has some I can almost guarantee stevie wonder message

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"seventy year old" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:42 min | 2 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"A seventy year old woman this one with two children she worked in real estate showed abnormalities the longs for many years for six years using by pulmonary inches Ganz and well she had a two point seven centimeter mass in the right long should a pet scan it was positive and well she was told that she should have that long removed she was offered a biopsy she declined the biopsy issues offered surgery she was told by her long doctors this is cancer ninety nine percent it was cancer they saw this growing mass you've been followed said six years of scans to look at so they were watching the scans and say Hey what the heck was going on watching a cancer grow for six years and she's an ex smoker and well she quit years ago ten years ago but the body remembers it was it was sad awesome are you a smoker or ex smoker to say no as if you never smoked and isn't yeah I quit five years ago your body remembers after years and years of exposure to it so important to stop today for forty year old person who is a smoker stops smoking today that person will live nine years longer than a person who continues to smoke so it's so important well this one was losing weight to it from one twenty eighth one twenty one she's five feet and I examined her shows this mass of the longest growing we talked about getting stuff others tests done he said look doctrine I have this cat scan over years I read multiple cat scans and pet scans and mass I don't want to buy a J. one to treat me and sometimes you will call you and yesterday and the call for purposes of a growing mass along everyone believes cancer can be treated and this is the work that we do every day why were first in America with radiosurgery when all the other hospitals and facilities and doctors were doing other things usually invasive things one the doctor said Hey there's a better way to treat cancers very commonly like this woman this woman came to me two years ago with this cancer and she came she wanted treatment and well now the cancer's gone before she was short of breath and it's another case I talked a few it's ago about a woman who is short of breath because the cancer was blocking the airwaves well this is a cancer block in the long we treated her she's now in remission she's climbing steps she's working out she has no shortness of breath her whole life is changed since we were able to successfully treat her lung cancer in the middle of her right lung she's climbing stairs at masses gone she's breathing normally and she's happy and she's happy because of our successful treatment of course she agreed she wished to be treated this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway she was able to men with prostate cancers inventors from Czechoslovakia he's eighty four years old yes to children you have a history of colon cancer and recently was found to have an elevated PSA of four point nine one now is eighty four years old and is he went to his urologist and said look I know that I have a risk of cancer I want a biopsy was urologist told him Hey you're ready for your insurance company won't pay for a biopsy and he said I'm home this van has urination twice and IT was offered medication is who waited on her fifty four pounds is five foot ten he's active man he's working he's an inventor and well all right examines him he had a large prostate have an elevated PSA we repeated it to be sure and well are you call the insurance company I said he was told that your insurance won't pay for his biopsy of suspicious prostate cancer is that that's not true so why would that urologist euro just as a surgeon who operates in the urinary system as biopsies why would the urologist tell the patient that he is insurance wouldn't pay for a biopsy it wasn't true it wasn't true maybe the urologist and I want to do it or maybe you're all just felt Hey he's eighty four I'm never going to be able to operate on him so why should I even do a biopsy well that's not very useful thinking of biopsy for prostate should be easy and safe and painless I know lots of men get lousy biopsies painful biopsies of complications yes but I work with urologist with excellent biopsies and good qualities and long experience and this man well he had a high PSA and he had a biopsy of the biopsy with a euro justified no well I've known for decades and he had no complications it was easy and safe and done in minutes it was painless and he had cancer he had cancer and well I said to him do you want to be treated in fact before we started this whole process and if you have cancer do you want to be treated your eighty four years old he said look Dr Lieberman I intend my parents live to be a hundred I want to live to be a hundred and I don't want to die of metastatic painful miserable prostate cancer and I see many men and women who want to be treated even if they're a bit older each person I believe has that right I believe if you come to our office you'll see signs that say you know doctor Lieberman believes you are the president of United States of your body try to even know what the second presidential campaign button that says you are the president of United States of your body and you can come and pick up a button if you want or you can come and get care if you want or you can call us and get information if you want just call us at two one two choices even now or make an appointment or come into our office many people come into thirteen eighty four Broadway and pick up information pick up a package pick up D. V. D.'s about our special work this is the work that we I do every day so don't be bashful don't be shy if you have questions best to come in person for consultation like this man it was not deterred when is your row just didn't tell him the truth think about your just one into a biopsy in the man ended up having cancer so if you're stuck with that advice the man would have had cancer that would have grown relentlessly and now he's in remission with easy outpatient prostate cancer treatment here at radio surgery New York and this is the work that we do this is what we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway for our patients and what about a man who sixty two years old he's married he's got three children he came with his wife he's in good health he had a CT scan years ago now he has back pain he had an MRI and you had a mass in his kidney and well he came to us because your hours of talking about taking out his kidneys an ex smoker he quit twenty years ago but like we talked about before is smoking is remembered by the body and so he came to us with the mass of the kidney and he did not want to have he did not want to have his kidney removed this is the work we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City and I'll talk about a sixty one year old woman she came with her husband very sophisticated woman she's married she's got some daughters and well she was fine until about two years ago she had back pain and gonna college just ordered an MRI and his son of a mass in the ovary while and the world they decided it was incidental wasn't supposed to be there they were shocked as like what happens when you're shocked one set of I think doing the right thing they said well once you come back in three months we'll see what happens well so instead of seeing what this mass was in the ovary three more months passed and this match was getting bigger wow and then the gynecologist said well maybe we should take out the ovary and while everyone was seeming like doing what they were doing another three months passed before that over it was taken out and guess what it was ovarian cancer so she had back pain shed of MRI to the MRI showed this mass in the ovary she maybe the patient I don't know maybe the doctor I don't know nothing was done for three more months at a new MRI number I should the masses growing and then another three months went by and by the other three months went by the cancer had grown and spread throughout her abdomen while while while it shed radical surgery one of the biggest super duper most famous hospitals in New York but they were expecting ovarian cancer either a week later she went to another big hospital New York City where she had radical surgery for ovarian cancers you can imagine over six months she had multiple scans and multiple surgeries in the cancer traveling she had chemotherapy should keep on the belly and chemo in the veins and it just didn't work and now she's having all kinds of concoctions and he true to an immuno therapy and that too is not working and chose a massive right where the cancer started in the pelvic area this a man ask causing bleeding and discomfort and discharge vaginal bleeding and vaginal discharge and she has a master and she came to me and we stayed stir up and offered to stage Europe and treat well she had this mass growing the **** there was two point seven centimeters of a second lesions one point two centimeters of the pelvic sidewall mass and this is the work that we do every day why do we treat women with ovarian cancer will we treat women with ovarian cancer because number one our treatment works we have high success rates where we detect the cancers from as a mass of a China shows blood from the Regina she's losing blood and she has a discharge from the **** shows multiple reasons to have our treatment and she comes to us why because we're first in America with stereotactic radiosurgery this is the work that we do every day first America longest experience for the whole team of physicians and physicists and of some interest.

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"seventy year old" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"For me it is he is seventy years old all the all the battlefield seventy nine years old there and you know what still top of his game rip it up around the world every burden of America in the animals which is great and you gotta stay with me a second I know I see the phone calls at six forty two Joe on the radio is of when I think about Little Richard passing away you know and I think of the day and then I I posted a picture of Little Richard with a very young guitarist who just came into his band back in the day and that young guitars name was Jimmy Hendrix Jimi Hendrix played guitar they did all eats played with the all stars you plea would almost be before Jimmy found himself and really became the legend that that he was of course so Jimmy and and then and then in the animals the bass player for the animals is gaining Chas Chandler when the great email it big tall guy in the back of your member of talking to my brothers and sisters Hey before we on this you know why there's just too many of us that they can't take those away so so that they yeah he doesn't want this that doesn't have the latest music bar music rather think the Chad Chad there with about six four eighty eight used to hold his base up right and when they play with their in the ed Sullivan show they be playing out there around the arenas around the country the animals and Chandler went on to discovered Jimi Hendrix as an individual artist and manage Jimi Hendrix for many many years right through are you experiencing a couple hours after that and that it's it's amazing it's a small world and I guess there's some great shots online have Jimmy Hendrix and of Eric bird together man that day the best rock world will do respect everybody came out of the nineteen sixties Hey boomer yeah you able for me I've done it with the best music game that was a nineteen sixties Hey Charlie finch's call in and we always that I want to show respect and love to are a good professor kind enough to call in this early good morning Charlie happy Monday my friend what shows you know little Richard's film the girl can't help it which broke in the mid ship starring role and Jayne Mansfield that played all over England and that was the biggest influence on Eric Burton John Lennon and the others and working to make right call over of this will.

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"seventy year old" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

11:01 min | 2 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A seventy year old woman this one with two children she worked in real estate showed abnormalities the longs for many years for six years using by palm of their insurance scams and well she had a two point seven centimeter mass in the right long should a pet scan it was positive and well she was told that she should have that long removed she was offered a biopsy she declined a biopsy issues are for surgery she was told by her long doctors is cancer ninety nine percent it was cancer they saw this growing mass you've been filed at six years of scans to look at so they were watching the scans and say Hey what the heck was going on watching the cancer grow for six years and he's an ex smoker and well she quit years ago ten years ago but the body remembers it was it was sad awesome are you a smoker or ex smoker this I know is that you never smoked and isn't yeah I quit five years ago your body remembers after years and years of exposure as wide so important to stop today for forty year old person who is a smoker stops smoking today that person will live nine years longer than a person who continues to smoke so it's so important well this one was losing weight she went from one twenty eighth one twenty one she's five feet and I examined her shows this Massimo Luongo's growing we talked about getting starter's tests done she said look doctrine I have this cat scan over years I read multiple cat scans and pet scans and mass I don't want a biopsy I want you to treat me and sometimes you will call you and yesterday and the call for purposes of a growing mass along everyone believes cancer can be treated and this is the work that we do every day so I were first in America with radiosurgery when all the other hospitals and facilities and doctors were doing other things usually invasive things one the doctor said Hey there's a better way to treat cancers very commonly like this woman this woman came to me two years ago with this cancer and she came she wanted treatment and well now the cancer's gone before she was short of breath and it's another case I I talked a few minutes ago about a woman who is short of breath because the cancer was blocking the airway well this was a cancer blocking the long we treated her she's now in remission she's climbing steps she's working out she has no shortness of breath her whole life has changed since we were able to successfully treat her lung cancer in the middle of her right lung she's climbing stairs at masses gone she's breathing normally and she's happy and she's happy because of our successful treatment of course she agreed she wished to be treated this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway she was able to men with prostate cancers inventors from Czechoslovakia he's eighty four years old has two children in the history of colon cancer and recently was found to have an elevated PSA of four point nine one no is eighty four years old and is he went to his urologist who said look I know that I have a risk of cancer I want a biopsy was urologist told him Hey you ready for your insurance company won't pay for a biopsy and he said I'm home this van has urination twice and IT was offered medication is what weight is under fifty four pounds is five foot ten is an active man he's working he's an inventor and well I examined him he had a large prostate have an elevated PSA repeated it to be sure and well I called the insurance company said he was told that your insurance won't pay for his biopsy of suspicious prostate cancer and he said that's not true so why would that urologists to euro just as a surgeon who operates in the urinary system of those biopsies why would the urologist tell the patient that he is insurance wouldn't pay for a biopsy it wasn't true it wasn't true maybe the urologist and I want to do it or maybe zero distraught Hey he's eighty four I'm never going to be able to operate on him so why should I even do a biopsy well that's not very useful thinking of biopsy for prostate should be easy and safe and painless I know lots of men get lousy biopsies painful biopsies of complications yes but I work with urologist with excellent biopsies and good qualities and long experience and this man well he had a high PSA and he had a biopsy of the biopsy with a euro justified no well I've known for decades and he had no complications whose easy and safe and done in minutes it was painless and he had cancer he had cancer and well I said to him do you want to be treated in fact before we started this whole process that if you have cancer do you want to be treated your eighty four years old he said look Dr Lieberman I intend my parents live to be a hundred I want to live to be a hundred and I don't want to die of metastatic painful miserable prostate cancer and I see many men and women who want to be treated even if they're a bit older each person I believe has that right I believe in if you come to our office you'll see signs that say you know doctor Lieberman believes you are the president of United States of your body try to even a button second presidential campaign button that says you are the president of United States of your body and you can come and pick up a button if you want or you can come and get care if you want or you can call us and get information if you want just call us at two one two choices even now or make an appointment or come into our office many people come into thirteen eighty four Broadway and pick up information pick up a package pick up D. V. D.'s about our special work this is the work that we do every day so don't be bashful don't be shy if you have questions it's best to come in person for consultation like this man it was not deterred when is your rod just didn't tell him the truth think about your just one into a biopsy in the man ended up having cancer so if you're stuck with that advice the man would have had cancer that would have grown relentlessly and now he's in remission with easy outpatient prostate cancer treatment here at radio surgery New York and this is the work that we do this is what we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway for our patients and what about a man who sixty two years old he's married he's got three children he came with his wife he's in good health get a CT scan years ago now he has back pain he had an MRI and you had a mass in his kidney and well he came to us because your odds of talking about taking out his kidneys an ex smoker he quit twenty years ago but like we talked about before is smoking is remembered by the body and so he came to us with the mass of the kidney and he did not want to have he did not want to have his kidney removed and this is the work we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City and I'll talk about a sixty one year old woman she came with her husband very sophisticated woman she's marriage has got some daughters and while she was fine until about two years ago she had back pain and gynecologist ordered an MRI and his son of a mass in the ovary while and the world they decided it was incidental wasn't supposed to be there they were shocked because like what happens when you're shocked one set of I think doing the right thing they said well once you come back in three months we'll see what happens well so instead of seeing what this mass was in the ovary three more months passed and this mass was getting bigger wow and then the gynecologist said well maybe we should take out the ovary and while everyone was seeming like doing what they were doing another three months passed before that over it was taken out and guess what it was ovarian cancer so she had back pain shed of MRI the MRI showed this mass in the ovary she maybe the patient I don't know maybe the doctor I don't know nothing was done for three more months at a new MRI number I should the masses growing and then another three months went by and by the other three months went by the cancer had grown and spread throughout her abdomen while while while it shed radical surgery one of the biggest super duper most famous hospitals in New York but they were expecting ovarian cancer either and none of my a week later she went to another big hospital New York City where she had radical surgery for ovarian cancers you can imagine over six months she had multiple scans and multiple surgeries in the cancer traveling she had chemotherapy should keep on the belly and chemo in the veins and it just didn't work and now she's having all kinds of concoctions and keytruda immunotherapy and that too is not working and she has a mass right where the cancer started in the pelvic area some mass causing bleeding and discomfort and discharge vaginal bleeding and vaginal discharge and she is a master and she came to me and we stayed stir up and offered to stager open treat well she had this mass growing in the **** there was two point seven centimeters of a second lesions one point two centimeters of the pelvic sidewall mass and this is the work that we do every day why do we treat women with ovarian cancer will we treat women with ovarian cancer because number one our treatment works we have high success rates where we detect the cancers from as a mass of a China shows blood from the Regina she's losing blood and she has a discharge from the **** shows multiple reasons to have our treatment and she comes to us why because we're first in America was stereotactic radiosurgery this is the work that we do every day first America longest experience for the whole team of physicians and physicists and of some interest.

"seventy year old" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Centers for disease control and prevention is out with new relaxed quarantine guidelines for ascential workers exposed to the corona virus but who have no symptoms EDC director Dr Robert Redfield says revised rules apply to health care and food industry workers among I think their temperature before they go to work wear a face mask at all times and practices social distancing projected U. S. covert nineteen death toll has been revised downward its now sixty one thousand the trump administration continuing to criticize World Health Organization retitling of the global corona virus pandemic secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the U. S. is re evaluating its financial commitment to the WHL because the U. N. agency didn't deliver and president trump says the World Health Organization missed the call I mean they got it very wrong in many ways they were wrong they also minimize the threat very strongly and he complains that China pays a fraction of what the U. S. pays to the W. H. show great Clarkston Washington never saw a single patient an army field hospital in Seattle being dismantled the set up about a week ago to handle non corona virus patients but it's not needed could be sent elsewhere still Washington governor Jay Inslee's urging people not to let down their guard as virus related precautions must stay in place for now following to continue working to defeat president trump Bernie Sanders's dropped his presidential bid he has not formally endorses presumptive Democrat standard bearer go by Linda Tripp has died her secretly recorded conversations expose president Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky in nineteen ninety eight when the trip was seventy years old on Wall Street stock futures in the red Dow futures are down about thirty points S. and P. futures off ten nasdaq futures.

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"seventy year old" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on KTRH

"Was seventy years old Jared Halpern fox news mortgage applications are down nearly eighteen percent due to the code nineteen pandemic that according to the mortgage bankers association which says applications for loans to buy homes fell by twelve percent last week and refinance applications dropped by nineteen percent in the past week the national average interest rate for thirty year fixed rate mortgage rose two basis points to three point four nine percent home sales have taken a steep plunge though since the code nineteen outbreak hit America strongly last month these are the Medicaid T. R. H. dot com our next update at nine thirty breaking information as it happens now more of the mark Levin show I'm Corey Olsen on Houston's news weather and traffic station newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down the whole market you need answers and that's why you should call the area's real estate authorities Serra and Debbie Reynolds the Reynolds team with Keller Williams realty just one five minute call with the rental team will empower you to learn and get options on what will work best for your situation the Reynolds team have a proven and trusted track record spanning thirty years yes the Wall Street journal named cerra and Debbie one of the top real estate teams in the country yes they get their sellers top dollar and yes the rental team will guarantee to sell your home at list price or they'll pay the difference don't risk losing your home's equity get your questions answered by real estate experts the Reynolds team at eight hundred nine three zero eleven ninety seven eight hundred nine three zero eleven ninety seven and online at Debbie has the buyers dot com attention drivers who planned across the bay bridge all westbound lanes are now open the right lane has re opened one year ahead of schedule the Maryland Transportation Authority would like to thank our motor wrists communities and local and state elected officials for their cooperation and.

"seventy year old" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"We are working with a seventy year old woman this one with two children she worked in real estate showed abnormalities in the longs for many years for six years using by pulmonary inches cans and well she had a two point seven centimeter mass in the right long should a pet scan it was positive and well she was told that she should have that long removed she was offered a biopsy she declined the biopsy issues are for surgery she was told by her long doctors is cancer ninety nine percent it was cancer this others growing mass you've been followed since six years of scans to look at so they were watching the scans you'd say Hey what the heck was going on watching a cancer grow for six years and she's an ex smoker and well she quit years ago ten years ago but the body remembers are you sad awesome are you a smoker or ex smoker this I know is that you never smoke yeah I quit five years ago your body remembers after years and years of exposure as why it's so important to stop today for forty year old person who is a smoker stops smoking today that person will live nine years longer than a person who continues to smoke so it's so important well this one was losing weight to it from one twenty eight to one twenty one she's five feet and I examined her shows this massive along with growing we talked about getting stuff others tests done he said look doctrine I have this cat scan over years of it multiple cat scans and pet scans and mass I don't want a biopsy I want you to treat me and sometimes you will call you and yesterday the call for purposes of a growing mass along everyone believes it's cancer can be treated and this is the work that we do every day so I were first in America with radiosurgery when all the other hospitals and facilities and doctors were doing other things usually invasive things one the doctor said Hey there's a better way to treat cancers very commonly like this woman this woman came to me two years ago with this cancer and she came she wanted treatment and well now the cancer's gone before she was short of breath and it's another case I talked a few with its ago about a woman who is short of breath because the cancer was blocking the airwaves well this is a cancer blocking the long we treated her she's now in remission she's climbing steps is working out just no shortness of breath her whole life is changed since we were able to successfully treat her lung cancer in the middle of her right lung she's climbing stairs at masses gone she's breathing normally and she's happy and she's happy because of our successful treatment of course she agreed she wished to be treated this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway she was able to men with prostate cancers inventors from Czechoslovakia he's eighty four years old has two children in the history of colon cancer and recently was found to have an elevated PSA of four point nine one now is eighty four years old and this he went to his urologist who said look I know that I have a risk of cancer I want a biopsy was urologist told him Hey you ready for your insurance company won't pay for a biopsy and he said I'm home this van has urination twice and IT was offered medication is what weight is under fifty four pounds is five foot ten he's active man he's working he's an inventor and well I examined him he had a large prostate have an elevated PSA repeated that to be sure and well either you call the insurance company said he was told that your insurance won't pay for his biopsy of suspicious prostate cancer and he said that's not true so why would that urologist euro just as a surgeon who operates in the urinary system of those biopsies why would the urologist tell the patient that he is insurance wouldn't pay for a biopsy it wasn't true it wasn't true maybe the urologist and I want to do it or maybe the urologist shot Hey he's eighty four I'm never going to be able to operate on him so why should I even do a biopsy well that's not very useful thinking of biopsy for prostate should be easy and safe and painless I know lots of men get lousy biopsies painful biopsies of complications yes but I work with urologist with excellent biopsies and good qualities and long experience and this man well he had a high PSA and he had a biopsy of the biopsy with the euro justified no well I've known for decades and he had no complications whose easy and safe and done in minutes it was painless and he had cancer he had cancer and well I said to him do you want to be treated in fact before we started this whole process and if you have cancer do you want to be treated your eighty four years old he said look Dr Lieberman I intend my parents live to be a hundred I want to live to be a hundred and I don't want to die of metastatic painful miserable prostate cancer and I see many men and women who want to be treated even if they're a bit older each person I believe has that right I believe if you come to our office you'll see signs that say you know the doctor Lieberman believes you are the president of United States of your body try to even have buttons like a presidential campaign button that says you are the president of United States of your body and you can come and pick up a button if you want or you can come and get care if you want or you can call us and get information if you want just call us at two one two choices even now or make an appointment or come into our office many people come into thirteen eighty four Broadway and pick up information pick up a package pickup DVDs about our special work this is the work that we we do every day so don't be bashful don't be shy if you have questions best to come in person for consultation like this man he was not deterred when is your row just didn't tell him the truth think about your just one into a biopsy in the man ended up having cancer so if you're stuck with that advice the man would have had cancer that would have grown relentlessly and now he's in remission with easy outpatient prostate cancer treatment here at radio surgery New York and this is the work that we do this is what we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway for our patients I don't have a man who sixty two years old he's married he's got three children he came with his wife he's in good health he had a CT scan years ago now he has back pain he had an MRI and you had a mass in his kidney and well he came to us because you're always talking about taking out his kidneys an ex smoker he quit twenty years ago but like we talked about before is smoking is remembered by the body and so he came to us with the mass of the kidney and he did not want to have he did not want to have his kidney removed and this is the work we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway thirty eighth street in the heart of New York City you know talk about a sixty one year old woman she came with her husband very sophisticated woman she's married she's got some daughters and well here's fine until about two years ago she had back pain and gynecologist ordered an MRI and your son of a mass in the ovary while and the world they decided it was incidental wasn't supposed to be there they were shocked as like what happens when you're shocked one set of I think doing the right thing they said well once you come back in three months we'll see what happens well so instead of seeing what this mass was in the ovary three more months passed and this mass is getting bigger wow and then the gynecologist said well maybe we should take out the over a and while everyone was seeming like doing what they were doing another three months passed before that over it was taken out and guess what it was ovarian cancer so she had back pain she had an MRI the MRI showed this mass in the ovary she maybe the patient I don't know maybe the doctor I don't know nothing was done for three more months at a new MRI an MRI showed the masses growing and then another three months went by and by the other three months went by the cancer had grown and spread throughout her abdomen while while while it shed radical surgery one of the biggest super duper most famous hospitals in New York but they were expecting ovarian cancer either a week later she went to another big hospital New York City where she had radical surgery for ovarian cancers you can imagine over six months she had multiple scans and multiple surgeries in the cancer traveling she had chemotherapy should keep on the belly and chemo in the veins and it just didn't work and now she's having all kinds of concoctions and he true to an immuno therapy and that too is not working and she has a master right where the cancer started in the pelvic area this a man ask causing bleeding and discomfort and discharge vaginal bleeding and vaginal discharge and she has a master and she came to me and we staged her up and offered to stager up and treat well she had this mass growing in the **** there was two point seven centimeters of the second reason is one point two centimeters of the pelvic sidewall mass and this is the work that we do every day why do we treat women with ovarian cancer will we treat women with ovarian cancer because number one our treatment works we have high success rates were we attacked.

"seventy year old" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A man is seventy years old he came to me as two children he was born in New York state and well he has his lung cancer in two years ago I went throws documents when patients come here I sit down with the patients and their families I get the records of someone's that people had me come a piece of paper so here's my records as a no no let me get all your records so I get all your records I get all those bands records and I find out that two years ago he has had a chest X. ray and well yeah the abnormality there it was recommended follow up but he was seen by his doctor and nothing was done yet an abnormality had a chest X. ray nothing was done but he got a new doctor and the patient said he wasn't feeling well it wasn't feeling himself and then they had a new chest X. ray now this is two years after the prior chest X. ray and it showed a larger mass looks like a cancer any coughing up blood his coughing up blood as a new manis and well he had this cat scan is getting a pet scan and had no biopsy Esther cancer markers his weight is one seventy our pounds he was one seventy five she lost wages and six feet and he said believe he coughed up blood yesterday and well he came to us for the cat scan just a new cat scan showing a two point six by two point six centimeter mass in the right lower long there were regular borders it looks like a cancer had a chest X. rays same thing looks like a cancer month ago and members of men who two years ago had an abnormality on the chest X. ray and nothing was done I examined him I listened to as long as in as long sound fine which is the problem but listen to logs you can't hear and not show this man who had a test two years ago saw something nothing was done now is coming to me and asking what can be done and we talked about all the options and well this is doctor wants to seven to a surgeon and this friend doesn't want to lose is longer part of his long it is going to have a thoracotomy does not want to have shortness of breath from losing part of his long he's getting a pet scan were staging about processing sector where the cancer is a container we have high success rates and treating lung cancers noninvasively with no cutting and no bleeding and lots of people want treatment that is non invasive and with cutting or bleeding are losing part of the law and well his lung.

"seventy year old" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Following a battle with cancer he was seventy years old. money who was born Edward Joseph Mahoney left to careers in New York City police officer to become a rock star he recorded several hits during the nineteen seventies and eighties including two tickets to paradise baby hold on to me and take me home tonight. dark souls next Friday to close out another week of gains Steve Beckner has details in the last full week of trading before the federal reserve hold a crucial monetary policy meeting moderate retail sales and other US economic numbers sustained Wall Street hopes for another fed interest rate cut but once again international factors helped under your domestic share prices stocks got a mid week boost when the European central bank injected more monetary stimulus into a flagging eurozone economy and president trump delayed imposing additional terrace on China the Dow rose for the third straight week by one and a half percent to finish well above twenty seven thousand the S. and P. climb close to a full percent and the nasdaq nine tenths of a percent for NPR news I'm Steve Beckner new York's Attorney General's office contents in court papers the family that owns oxycontin maker Purdue pharma use Swiss bank accounts to hide the transfer of millions of dollars from the company to themselves the state says it has already documented one billion dollars and transfers between the sector family banks and advisers. I'm she Stevens NPR news in Washington. support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Lemelson foundation committed to improving lives through invention in the US and in developing countries and working to inspire and enable the next generation of inventors more information.

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"seventy year old" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"seventy year old" 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.

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"seventy year old" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"seventy year old" 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.

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"seventy year old" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"seventy year old" 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.

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"seventy year old" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

13:21 min | 3 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Seventy year old motorcyclist killed by flying Turkey. Oh that old story. Michigan seventy year old man from Michigan was killed Saturday. When he hit a flying Turkey with his writing motorcycle, I figured that have been Cincinnati. Actually, why would you think Cincinnati? Throwing them onto airplanes. Oh, that's right. God is my witness. I thought turkeys could fly. I don't wanna die anytime soon. But when I do go. Want there to be a story about it? Like a story around it. You know, what I mean like when I don't want to die anytime soon. I want to like live two hundred or whatever. But like people are throwing children out of a burning building. And you're catching every single one. And then they threw a fat one and it killed me. Or yet? I want story like I don't want to just wither away somewhere but the fat kid survived. I wanna be like, okay. Like, I want to be like ninety five years old. And I'm hiking up a mountain in the Rockies. And I'm the first guy ever killed by a sasquatch. Like, I wanna be a it's gotta be a story. You know what I mean? It's just like a while. Like a flying wild Turkey to me this dude, seventy years old. Lived a lot of life. He's out there. Seventy years old. He's out there on his motorcycle. And by God. A flying Turkey got him. You don't like that's a good story. Not at seventy seventies. Fifty. It's a little early. It's a little early. But I mean, if fifty year old you're ninety on your on your motorcycle and you get hit by flight. That's that's a pretty good story. I mean, right. I mean, we all wanna go sliding. I was listening to a podcast yesterday. And the guy said I wanna die exhausted. He's like I don't wanna die with anything left in the tank, but one right all after four hours. Don't call your doctor, then just let it ride. Put down the phone chemo trucking. Just see where this leads this. See where he's say along this hold out. I swear man, I wanna I wanna it's got it. There's got I wanted to be. I wanted to be a story everyone enjoys like really that must have been interesting. You know what I mean? Speaking of interesting stories are still mystery surrounding this Chinese national who spark security concerns after she allegedly talked her way into presidents mar-a-lago country club had in her hotel room thousands of dollars in cash. Multiple sim cards device used to detect hidden cameras. Prosecutors were alleging yesterday that edited attention hearing in Florida prosecutors say that nine USB drives several credit cards were also found in our hotel room thinks he had multiple passports this sound like a Jason Bourne movie, Shanghai style. What's going on there? Sherry preston. How are you? Good morning. Born if Jason Bourne kind of maybe wasn't quite sure what he's doing. Yes, absolutely suspect. I mean that money the thumb drive with wear on it one of the one of the FBI agents that they put it in their their computer in an instantly started downloading a bunch of files, it was so corrupted they had to turn it off and get rid of that, computer. You know in check it out, obviously. But they also say that, you know, for instance, the radio frequency device she had that could detect hidden cameras is something that you can find over the counter on Amazon. It's really not that big a deal, you know, in the sim cards, and the USB drives and the money, and the fact that she just walked into mar-a-lago. And the question is why I mean, why first of all did she do this? And why was she so obvious with all these things? I mean, you've got all this stuff going on. You're actually, you know, an espionage agent, you're going to be a lot more sly than this. So the question that the FBI is asking is. Okay. You know, and and the secret services. Well, you know, if somebody like this got through. What if somebody who really knew what they were doing was able to get through? And that raises some serious questions about security at mar-a-lago that they have been saying all along is big deal. The second is who is this woman in what did she want? Her defense team is trying to say that she was aligned with this guy by the name of Charles Lee who had who said he was setting up this UN conference on Chinese American friendship or something like that. And that she had paid him money to go to this conference. There wasn't a conference there at the time. So you know, he had been trying to sell access to get into mar-a-lago a lot of questions about this case going on a lot and she will remain behind bars for now. And then next week. There's going to be another hearing to see if she'll stay behind bars until she actually has some sort of a trial. Do you think these are just too crazy people that would like to be Chinese spies? It's really it's hard to say. I mean, that's the thing right now is she has not been charged or even accused of espionage. The only thing that she is charged with is lying to you know, federal prosecutors, that's it. But the prosecutors say that she she lies to everyone that she encounters she frequently made up a bunch of stories that's going on there. She had multiple passports and visas, and and all sorts of things when she was also able to get through those secret service checkpoints. Okay. So she sounds like a keystone cops on one hand. But then the other hand, it's not exactly easy to procure multiple passports under different names. No. There was photos several photos of our one was a visa a work visa one was a you know to work visas, her her photo looks different on those passports. Yeah. So they've got those pictures of those you can take a look at those. You know, some some of them had been stamped and look like that. Yeah. It's not that easy to get that. But it is a it is something that you can they weren't they weren't like different identities. No, okay. Okay. So okay. So this just sounds like a like, she's got a mental issues. Like this. Just sounds like she's got some challenges one expert in too much money espionage, says that you know, the counter surveillance device certainly made it look more suspicious. But you know, if it was a professional operation considering you know, the the what was going on their question is again, and they're all asking each other. What was the end game to all? Okay. A lot of people are going to be asking those questions. The Chinese are good at this. Okay. So that's the thing is they're really good at this. So there she's not from them unless she's a false flag. Like, you know, what I mean like China? Yeah, options it'd be like let's go to mar-a-lago right while something else is going on. That's what I would be concerned about. Yeah. Exactly. And you know, the defense says that you know, she did everything she was supposed to do at a mar-a-lago. They say she had paid. This Charles Lee guy, and wasn't told that the event was cancelled, you know, she didn't have anything on her like, you know, a wifi interceptor or a lock pick that that doesn't have a lot of you know, presumably would have on them. But you know, again, they're checking their out there asking a whole lot of questions, and could there be somebody else out there who, you know? Maybe she was I don't know to you know, direct attention away from them. Who knows I'm not going to speculate on that? That she's going to be still answering a lot of questions about what she was doing there. How she got in. And why she was there. All right. Well, that's interesting stuff. I'd like to see where this ends up going and who's this league character guy that you talked about. I mean, maybe he's a scam artist or maybe he's just part of this. Lined with the woman who was oh, she owned the spa, and she. Oh, yeah. Was this the spa where craft was getting his extras? No, no. But she was she actually had you know, promoted, you know, access to the president. If you bought these packages she'd been shut down till she couldn't do it anymore. But they want to get more information on that as well. Okay. Sherry thanks for keeping an eye on this. I feel safer from Chinese espionage. Because you're on the beat. Okay. I'm glad to hear that. Did you hear that Turkey story? The flying Turkey story. I did to start off the hour. I had a friend who hit a wild Turkey in her car. And she went to take it into these break your windshield. Well, he went to take it in. And there was Turkey feathers. Stuck in the sun roof, man. So so like when I I don't wanna die anytime soon. But when I do I want it to be like a really great story. Yeah. I feel sorry for that. Man. If he actually did I think flying wild turkeys. Pretty good story. I just think I just would rather. Yeah. I'd rather. I'd rather be like when you're ninety instead of seventy. Yes, exactly. So condolences to his family. All right. Hey, thanks for your time. Appreciate it. All right. I mean, I'm just saying don't you want it to be a story? I mean, you want it to be something. Awesome. Like he was he was he was out in the high desert investigating a UFO crash. You know what I mean? It's like like, and then, you know, something crazy like, I don't know. Maybe I could be the first person to actually get kidnapped by liens. I was listening to why do I keep doing this? I was listening to coast to coast again last night, and what's going to keep doing this. It's so funny. Some guy was talking about how like he was talking about the aliens are what they really are. He's a professor at Montana state or in Montana tech. Hannah Montana professor, and he wrote a book, and his theory is that aliens are just us highly evolved coming back from the future to study our anthropological history. That's his theory sounds like a science fiction movie. So the theory is that eventually we're going to figure out how to time travel, right? And it's gonna turn us into these big bug-eyed. Wait a minute. No, no. They've studied this. Oh, wait a minute. Hold on a second. Don't dismiss this. I've already got the cranium. Is this where it starts? You're ahead of the evolutionary curve. Well, the idea is that as our like, our our brains are getting bigger our heads are getting bigger in. Our faces are getting smaller. And part of that is because as we started eating, softer processed foods. We don't need the jaw to tear apart meat anymore. I think it's because people are upset all the time. And they get that bitter beer face could be that. This is your face makes your face real small like the Hurstbourne six walking around with that beer, face farted in here. You find it in here who turned on the lights. I don't like lights light scare me, whereas a cafeteria. So when the buffet start times Matlock on. Is that still on TV probably know put the is. They're saying that evolutionary if we continue on the track we're on right now. We'll eventually look like the grey aliens. Like, you know, we don't go outside anymore. So we don't need the pigmentation in our skin. Yup. As our as our brains. Get bigger are is naturally get bigger. So we're going to end up looking like these gray. So his theory is that aliens are actually real, but they're not from outer space. There us way in the future. Figuring out time travel coming back to check out our anthropological history. That's what his theory. That's kind of interesting actually, actually is kind of interesting. So maybe I could be the guy that gets kidnapped by them and taken back to the future or something, and you leave your phone running gap. I have some reaction to the conversation. We had with Adam eveland about I can't talk meth co host can't talk about the decriminalizing marijuana. And I want to kind of go through a little bit of that also a web probably one of the most uncomfortable moments ever on the view happened yesterday. Oh, yeah. I've got the audio. I'm going to. It's it's almost as uncomfortable to listen to it as it is to watch it. But to watch it is even worse. Does it involve? It involves joy Behar and Megan McCain, so Meghan McCain's pretty much had just a little backstory on this Meghan. Mccain is pretty much had it with with joy Behar. And she's pretty much like reached her limit with that woman. And so she sort of gone preemptive now, and there was this. There was this moment. It was like you ever are you ever in a room when two takes like fighting in there's like daggers in their eyes. Oh, you just want to get out of the way. Like, you're just like, I don't even want to be here. There's radioactive and stuff going on. Right. It was like that like watching that video was like watching a situation like that. Like, I'm sitting there. And I'm like, I'm not even a within a thousand miles of these women, and I don't wanna be seeing what I'm seeing right now. Like, it was kind of scary. And if killing Whoopi, well, she's the one who weighed in at to be honest with you the way she weighed in made it even more uncomfortable because it was like mom put her foot down. It was weird. Would that be a good enough story for you, Leland appears on the view ripped to shreds by by Bihar? And I don't want to go out that way. We'll continue NewsRadio forty W H. A AS bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare. 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"seventy year old" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And then she took us down the hill and was talking about, you know, how he seems like he's sorry, and these were just some finance issues and nothing to do with any sort of collusion, and it was his roller coaster, and then she gave him forty three months in prison, which is a relatively light sentence considering she could have given him ten and seemed as though she was going to take us there. So at the end of the day, seven and a half years for Paul Manafort almost seventy years old, but it was then almost immediately afterwards that storming through the door was a New York district attorney with charges that had another dozen felonies coming manafort's direction now for the most part that's largely being seen as an effort to ensure the Paul Manafort will face prison time, even if President Trump were interested in pardoning him for his. Federal prime some of these crimes that you're seeing charges from from New York are mimicking the ones that you've already seen Manafort tried for. So his lawyers are definitively going to try to challenge this on double jeopardy grounds. He's already been tried. Once you can't do it again. But New York state law includes a stronger protections and unwilling to reports those provided by the constitution for federal cases. So whether or not this plays out to a longer how much longer term manafort's gonna have unclear right now. But what this is clear about Charlie is that there are some other states that now have information from the Muller team that may file charges against Manafort as well. And then on top of all that we still yet to see if the if the molar investigation has an HR on the federal level for Paul Manafort. So this hasn't ended even though he's got seven and a half years. Like, you said that might be the highlight of what's going on and Paul manafort's life right now. All right. Let me see if I've got this straight. Are you telling me that there are people who believe that? Because he. He's been sentenced to seven years and that the president might give him a pardon. That the district attorney in Manhattan and district attorneys in other places are now just all of a sudden manufacturing charges. So that they make sure that he goes to jail not manufacturing. I mean, they actually had to present to a grand jury evidence that was. Yeah. And I'm with you on that. But I mean, there are people that believe that they're just making stuff up. So that they can make sure that he goes to jail. Oh, yeah. That that's definitely wear. Some of the indication the belief is that these charges would not have come at the direct time immediately. Following the announcement that he was going to get the seven and a half years. It wouldn't have happened. If there wasn't a concern. The President Trump is going to park you have. Now, that's not necessarily true. You've got a sixteen count indictment from the state of New York. They have the grand jury evidence that was presented in order to get these kinds of cases, but on a political scale. That's where it seems as though people are saying, well, he's just doing this. Because the President Trump issues a pardon for him this way, they're sure they're going to lock him up on some level. I don't necessarily think you follow the investigation and you follow the backs to get his point. But at the end of the day, there could still be more charges coming out against Manafort that we aren't even aware of at this point now and the president was asking yesterday, by the way about the possibility of a pardon in his research. Was quote, not even giving it a thought as of this moment end quote. Yeah. And you've seen not only Democrats, but also Senator Lindsey Graham saying party metaphor be seen as a political disaster right now, especially on the heels of these charges. Not anybody you wanna touch or go near right at this point. So it would seem as though all across DC number of people are supporting the fact that the president should not think about that pardon going forward. All right. Appreciate the update. San antonio. I news national correspondent Michael Bauer coming up. Everybody's favorite misogynist, or well, maybe not Tucker Carlson. Well, not sales people. We are time when people need Almog Michigan general manager at diamonds direct. Here's to open a relationship with customers for lifetime. Almog Jackson is Israel. He grew up in Tel Aviv..

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"seventy year old" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Ladies and gentlemen. Lisa pages testimonies been released in it's really quite remarkable. She was one of the senior FBI officials involved in launching counterintelligence investigation against our now, president of the United States. She made it clear that they didn't have anything beyond this dossier. She made it clear that when Robert Mueller was appointed. There was no evidence of Russian collusion. The only basis really for the Faisal warrants is now abundantly clear was the dossier. So basically, the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC paid for this investigation. She also made it clear that Loretta Lynch. The attorney general of the department of Justice. We're not just observers that they did not want Hillary Clinton prosecuted. Everything's coming into focus. Isn't it? The cooler temps the investigation of a candidate of the opposite party by an administration that was backing Hillary Clinton. The abuse of power the abuse of the FBI by the senior officials there with the encouragement of the department of Justice. We have a mole in the deputy attorney general's office whose wife works for fusion GPS. I mean, you couldn't write the script. Nobody would believe it. If you had a movie. And in all the investigations that are taking place the criminal investigations by Muller's office. None of this is a factor. None of that. And then you watch Manfred. Manafort gets a total of seven and a half years from the federal charges in the eastern district of Virginia. And in Washington DC, I believe he's seventy years old or so. Seven and a half years. And within minutes of the Obama judge issuing her sentencing sentence read in Washington DC. The democrat elected district attorney in Manhattan Cy Vance. Unleashes a sixteen count indictment under New York state law against Manfred. Which tells you that these special counsel's office has been colluding with and conspiring with the DA's office in Manhattan Sivan's? So it's not enough. You see a typical DA's office would say, you know, what Justice has been done. He was convicted in two courts. He's going to do seven and a half years, maybe something shy of that depending on his behavior. We've got an really really long list of cases, we have to deal with here in Manhattan. Some of them many of them involved, violent crimes. Let's move on. But no. They actually want. Manafort to die in prison. If you're convicted of capital murder in most states the death penalty you can appeal for the next eighteen twenty twenty two years. So you're still gonna live for longtime Manafort seventy years.

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"seventy year old" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"seventy year old" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"The kid, Nick Sandman. He doesn't seem to be afraid, but he did make a choice and that was to make it into a standoff. Okay. Just real quick. He did not make the choice to turn it into a standoff. He was literally standing there and Nathan Phillips walked up to him the adult who's what sixty seventy years old that adult chose to make it a standoff you're talking about a kid. How old is he sixteen? But okay continue that was not a good choice. Was it legal? Sure. That's not my test. Detest? Here's my my son who happens to go to a great Catholic school. Would. I like what he did. If I were there would I have allowed the kids to be in that situation. No. And no there was disrespected play that doesn't work for me. And these stance that's interesting because they were the ones who are being disrespected. They were standing there and they were getting attacked. But I guess you don't want to side with the kids who are being bullied because they've got maga- hats on and to you that makes them guilty. That makes him guilty. You go on Twitter. You see some horrible things I'm on Twitter after under Jason, rants and boy. Do I try to limit the amount of Twitter? I'm exposed to because it's just nasty. John dimaggio. He's a voice actor. He was on futurama. He wished death upon these kids the tweet was sent yesterday. So the tweet was sent out after we knew the truth about what happened. This is what he said I've never in my life said well, those are well deserved death threats. But I've also learned to never say never then he hashtags f them punk blank white kids, by the way. John DiMaggio is white dude. So then he deletes that because he got too much attention for his hateful rhetoric. But then he tweets out again. Saying quote, I'm not saying death threats are okay. But you reap what you. So. That's my point pump bleep kids knew exactly what they were doing. And I did see the video Israelites we deal with them in New York City on the street all the time shouting their bleep. So what those kids hashtag glasshouses that's bad, dude. That's bad. Dude. He is partly to blame for why these kids including kids who didn't even go to the actual event. But go to the school are getting harassed and docks. Here's grant Hillman. He talks about the threats that he received. He was on Fox.

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"seventy year old" Discussed on WTVN

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"seventy year old" Discussed on WTVN

"From ABC news. I'm Todd at the White House says a meeting with congressional staffers Saturday on the partial government shutdown was productive. But nothing beyond that could be another round of meetings today. Democrats say they will only meet again on Sunday. If the administration provides updated information on what exactly it once in terms of funding for border security, what it will be used for and what would be cut to make it fit into the d h s budget a democratic source tells ABC this information is critical because they say the White House has been quote all over the map on the numbers. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. President Trump says he'll be at Camp David with senior staff today. Two men are in custody in the death of seventy year old jasmine Barnes who was shot in a family car and Houston last weekend. Authorities announced early this morning that they charge twenty year old Eric black junior with capital murder in the case. In a statement. The Harris County sheriff's office said investigators do not believe Jasmine's family was the intended target of the shooting twice. Convicted murderer Scott, Raymond dosier who declared he wanted to die. And who Nevada officials had tried several times to kill himself after to schedule. Lethal injections were postponed was found dead from an apparent hanging in his solo death row cell ABC. News legal analyst, Royal Oakes explains why lethal injections have become so controversial the question of whether a lethal cocktail of a paralytic, a sedative and a pain reliever is cruel and unusual punishment was part of this dispute, but the more unusual claim by the pharmaceutical company was that the government illegally obtained the component drugs court fights over three drug combination. That had never been used in the US caused Osias execution to be postponed. A Russian officials waving off suggestions that American an American being held on suspicion of spying could be exchanged for a Russian, but the brother of former US marine Paul wheel and says you can't help but question whether the events are indeed connected to this and could lead to a spy exchange. You're listening to ABC news. Ever wonder.

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