7 Burst results for "Sharon Older"

"sharon older" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

04:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"sharon older" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"I'm on spending a few months reading about the drug scene in the nineteen sixties throughout my next book. So i think. I think that you can call yourself an expert from research from whatever clinical but you need to be embedded into the culture of society before you can have any banding about alcohol or drugs or or substances that we all use as part of everyday life style so you can get it you can get it from the moment you get it from amazon a from audible. It will be coming out next year from Austin nicoli as an official publisher great great. But i love your idea about movie. I've even cost for the peggy will be mackie's old. Landed jackson spoke choice. I'm showed lender. Jackson would dig. She's very you get onto london. She's got good contests in the movie. Well okay well as we approach the end of all station. I mean you've worked tirelessly for decades to raise these issues some For that if i could ask you to leave a message. What message would you pol. People who are older than fifty five still drinking a lot. What what would you say to them. it's difficult. There's so many different messages that i could get to cross Firstly jet just don't be too cynical about these these lotteries guidelines danforth. The alcohol is a drug. If al came on the market now it wouldn't it would probably be in the same categories benzodiazepines said take take these limit seriously. It is something that the long-term hunt your how and look at your everyday drinking more carefully and considerate more carefully. The second thing is if you do find yourself having a with alcohol just because you're already doesn't mean that you you have a poorer outlawed that sharon older people. His decal for their uncle. Problems have the same if not better outcomes than younger people and the third thing is that don't give up trying to seek help. What i've been doing this hospice taking interest in this. I've got messages from people all over the country about saying my local alcohol. So he's going to do this. And there is always hope. There is always a way. Don't give up and just keep plugging away because you will find hope and salvation. Somehow thank you so much does tony. That was extremely interesting. Willing to increase the awareness of so many people listening in as usual have pulled out some points that really resonated with me the first point that struck me that the baby boom generation is fall more susceptible to alcohol abuse than previous generations. And that's because we grew up with very different cultural attitudes to those of all parents. For example it was quite acceptable to be drunk occasionally even for us ladies i remember staggering into the office occasionally and complaining bitterly about my hangover over and i would get lots of sympathy because people some of them also have hangovers or they. They certainly been where i walls. And in fact in the kind of big companies where i worked there was always this culture of and work hard play hard and we did work hard and we did great work and we work long hours but occasionally at least once we. We were expected to go out with our colleagues on how a real heavy drinking session. The second point is that after decades of drinking us baby boomers tried to countdown in. We've come to rely on alcohol. Even more account of coping mechanism and many older people are in complete denial about their drinking. It is such a habit. It's really part of their lifestyle but as we get older health is deteriorating and the average person in the seventy twos is actually on five medications. So you can imagine the reaction with all call. Let's take place.

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"sharon older" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"sharon older" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Above fifteen point seven rebound for steel performance tonight and three blocked shots for Keith Williams but he is not our Kroger star the game let's listen into a highlight provided by that bear cat cats are up by three Sharon's older because this is the second shot well if we use is this fight the lady that is what this is right by six ninety five five sixty two fifty seven sixteen points seven rebounds for Chris vote he made seven out of eight shots from the floor he is our Kroger star of the game is brought to you by Kroger get savings on the items you buy most often with low prices at your neighborhood Kroger Kroger fresh for everyone quickly look at individual scoring for the Bearcats vote had sixteen Williams had fifteen jave in Cumberland had thirteen Jaron Cumberland at eight Mike Adams what's had eight Trayvon Scott had sex it added up to sixty six for Colgate wrap a list I've been now skips was fantastic twenty one points in the game nineteen in the second half he was the best player on the floor tonight Nelly Cummings had fourteen Tucker Richard said he made the game winning free throw had eleven will Raymond had six Jordan burns who came in averaging sixteen was held the six bearcat that nice job on him Keegan records had to it added up to sixty seven for the raiders will prove to eight and for this season last but not least time for the struggle for the state prior to the game Chuck may shock Terry Nelson mo agar yours truly predicted how many points the Bearcats would score the guy who comes closest gets a point and was one of us hit it right on the nose that it's worth two points the guy at the end of the year the most points gets a delicious steak dinner from the three losers here's how the ballots look going into the game tonight Chuck can Terry tied for first with four apiece I have one and a half mile has a half the magic number tonight is sixty six Mostyn last so we read his number first he said the Bearcats would score sixty four he missed by two I said the Bearcats would score sixty seven by one Terry said the Bearcats would score eighty he's not close Chuck may shock who is in attendance tonight it was great to see him here at fifth third arena said seventy six I get the point that a little bit closer for for Chuck for for Terry two and a half for me and a half point four well it does not get any easier for the Bearcats the Tennessee vols are coming to town this Wednesday night here at fifth third arena that's a seven o'clock tip our pregame coverage will start at six thirty that's going to do it for our broadcast tonight Kevin great job buddy thanks I have enjoyed working with you always all right for Kevin Johnson mo agar terrible and back in the studio I'm Dan horde again the final Colgate sixty seven Cincinnati sixty six thanks so much for listening and good.

"sharon older" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:39 min | 1 year ago

"sharon older" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To spoil everyone's ugly Christmas sweater where and into the Azam here tonight time out called by John Brannen two twenty seven left in regulation we'll keep it here with Cincinnati up by it deuce fifty nine fifty seven cats not able to put the raiders away thanks largely to wrap a less I've been also re scored seventeen points per call Katie was an honorable mention all American last year just like Jerry Cumberland of Cincinnati and I've announced his his case he averaged sixteen points and eight rebounds per game being named the patriot league player of the year okay it has the patriot league player of the year to second team all the players and the rookie of the year all of the roster pretty dominant roster for the patriot way and now that makes sense what here it is game with Cincinnati Bearcats these guys are quick this is not made made the team this company here in this completely that have the town or don't have the physicality these guys are capable and what their show and and give it a bear cats is a look down the stretch were I think the Bearcats got to continue to prove to close out games so it's really good the Bearcats get this kind of game early before Tennessee because they can repair it and and be able to learn something from this Paul gave game okay shooting sixty percent from the floor in the second half fifteen out of twenty five cats have defended the three pointer well okay to seven for twenty four from outside the arc in this game twenty nine percent but again sixty percent from the floor in the second half and it is largely been rabble this high but now so guess again he has scored fifteen of his seventeen after innovation looks like a lot of time a big man as a kid he's got those low posted a closed out it definitely does and that's what makes it special now I can see why this is an honorable mention all American this guy for three pointer the Dow ready go post moves in interior he plays really good defense I mean this guy was a little bit every word he's the he's the main staple of this Colgate unit here is not acceptable job here in the second half what I like to point out is use the best point of eighteen eight however Holgate is up twenty two to nine off turnovers the turnovers continue to kill Cincinnati bearcat and for them to be able to extend their lead to pull away to get this win tonight cats to play three overtime games this year could this be another Cincinnati up by two at two twenty to go we've got a follow on the perimeter call that Jordan birds as he hacked jaman couple in the metals and chairman of allied to shoot a one and one second follow Jordan burns we have a time out on the floor the officials are going to go to the monitor I'm not sure what they thought Jordan burns might have done that would warrant a look at the monitor now burns did come away from that kind of grabbing it is Molitor's Jim may be we're going to see if he took an elbow to the face even though he was called for the file a J. a couple of now the officials are twirling that toggle switch to go back and forth on the video two officials look at the replay now they call it the third and again we can't see the monitor for the going back and forth back and forth looking at the contact between Jordan birds was called for the following shaven Coppola who due to go to the free throw line so I'm confused on it trying to reverse the fallow already trying to prove that it's not afraid going fat it's it could be one of two things it could be that they're trying to to see if that was a flagrant foul line birds or they could be checking to see if after he filed Cumberland J. been caught up in the face okay and now they have come away from looking at the monitor their telling both head coach is just a common file and Janet over the line if you to one of one two nineteen to go big free throw coming for Caitlyn couple in an excellent free throw shooter but he missed two in a row a few minutes ago now he's gonna make the front end of the one in one or another in a two point game with two nineteen allowed out it's by David common to miss this one god is good so he knocks it down thirteen for the transfer from Oakland university near Detroit cats are up by three Sharon's older because this is the second shot well simply uses his height and then what this is right by Cincinnati by five sixty two fifty seven this vote is a big reason to bare cast it says may really does a really good job of rebounded to control the inside it tears sixteen point seven rebounds for both I've been out of his has a two point shot slash room seventeen I mean he's just on cots is I mean he's this night what I like to call it sixty two fifty nine Cincinnati by three one forty four remaining the cats have it in the front court with twenty on the shot clock and a three point ed Sheeran Cumberland comes out to the sea Paul logo passes for the near sidelining Chavis now it's Keith Williams several steps outside the art drives for the free throw line driving toward the pocket fifteen thirty three by five one twenty two to go Cummings quickly to the front porch for Colgate I've announced his set the screen moving back to live in a house this chap snap lefty drive into the lane stops could get off a shot back with Richardson Dr Richard said white to the ramp for an uncontested layup how does that happen I recall gaze not going away see the Berwick has a trying to take away at three point shot forget that these guys also can drive so what they're doing is allowed to be do and just get a easy way out Cincinnati by three fifty two seconds to go McNeil between the circles defended by Tucker Richard said shot pocket fourteen Pete Williams has the ball now the left wing it's David Kopel and both sets a Peck Cummings reaches in and pokes the ball away and Jay been Cumberland fouls him trying to get it back Cincinnati is not over the limit but Colgate will get the ball down by three with forty two point nine seconds to go a call that the swipe this like authority explorer swipe your notes swipe sleep is able to swipe the ball out his hand there at the last minute Mike Adams woods is going to check yet shave in Cumberland will come out could be a defense for offense situation hold it's going to call a timeout coach Matt lego wants to draw something up with forty two points nine seconds left in his team trailing by three and now you can hear a huge ovation in the background the metal base it is for the use the women's volleyball team they are back for the west coast where their season head to head last night the top five cent loss one of the best teams in the country and stay women's volleyball they are on the court and they'll be honored with a standing ovation after reaching the Sweet Sixteen for the first time in school history as really also bad dates he had a great career I mean I'd say back home they deserve everything they're really good to put in a lot of hard work Cincinnati has Trayvon Scott Jeron tumbling respect the Mike Adams woods and Keith Williams on the floor forty two point nine seconds to go the Bearcats clinging to a three point lead at Cincinnati tries to approve this seven three Cummings has the ball for Colgate he'll dribble the ball up the floor against Mike Adams works thirty seven seconds left top of the key I'm an I was misquoted by Trayvon Scott drives gets to the rim shoots this is what goaltending is going to be called on Cincinnati Bearcats grab the nets well the ball hit the just bounced off the rim and it was enough for goal tending to be called a basket interference more technically so the lead is down to one thirty one seconds left in regulation another who thrive announced his US twenty one points nineteen in the second half in a one man team in the second half the sport nineteen of his team's thirty eight half other points Cincinnati inbound to Jared public double teams who throws it had for Mike Adams which races into the front court they will follow the freshmen good decision by Colgate and it will be Mike Adams words going to the line for a pressure packed front end of a one and one I'm a fan.

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"sharon older" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"sharon older" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"And they said like called they they said saying same people's names. I was like what is what is this? Anyway. Okay. This movie starts with. Dear is the mom the medi-share medi-share. Everyone calls her medi-share thought it was saying Medina hold on. It did sound very close to Medina which is weird because I do believe, but Madonna first Medina movie came out before this movie. So I don't know why up saying thing is let me say this wrong. Someone sends me Email, but they were saying medi-share with medi-share at least, according to the internet. So it's hit her and her boyfriend Joe Joe was going on Joe it just keeps saying his name the movie as a wack tree. Joe? So they're in their house. You know? We see Chris Brown. He's taking pictures. Deers light. Why'd you give them that camera? It's too expensive. And Joe's like it's okay for him to have the camera. And then she's like, okay. That was that he told you as Chris Brown says to his mom, he told you truly don't understand who he was the first of this movie. Bre he's just a little kid. They call him baby the baby, but he's like a little kid. Also, they had like twenty five kids. Also, Joe LOKI. None of them kids was his none of them. Right. None of them were kids. Honestly, wait, you black? Also, how many wait can we talk about who all the children? Are you have is? That was the eldest. Nina king away. But the other one is older than Regina, right? She went to college. Sharon, Sharon, his older. Yeah. Sharon's older. Then after them you got now is Ricky Harris one of the judges Kasim. He's cousin Fred he's cousin Fred. But then you had Columbus. Shaw's and got it. I think they're they're five siblings. They're five siblings. It's Quinton baby. Claude Kelly and mail yet. So to order at Lisa is Regina king at all. I can't believe how many names you got. Right. Except for genetic. Wait who did you? I didn't say her name because she's not towards the top. The and then Lisa. Yeah. So there's one two three four five six siblings. Six kids. It is a lot of kids. All right. Okay. Got it. Rickie Harris is is a cousin. And then you have the. The in-laws. So you got Malcolm who's Irgeen is husband. No good has. No good cheer, which which we which we like. Also, a classic trope in these movies. You have a woman married to a bad husband. And they always like show it in the beginning. There's always like something that he does. And in the year. He's always a cheater. And this movie. It was like what did he say to Regina like they're trying to get to the car? And he was like we were supposed to be outside the house already. She's I know I had to do this thing. And he was like no excuse. I don't know. He's like he was so dude cheated her like an employee the whole time, I'm ready to go. When the sisters were Bracken. Was it here? Stop DR with Columbus. Short. Isn't they as leg? Lonzo. I think he's a dancer as well. Like, they all started his dancers. I think he was. Find it when it's dumped the we should do stump the yard. We not we should stop the yard. We should do. It nasty was now I think we did it. No, okay. All right. So. Yeah. Move is going to be boring. If we just go through my scene storylines, say this the Elbe intro was super action pack for a movie like this like when he was like this was in addition for this edition for JAMES BOND. Yeah. And everyone ignored it. Okay. Yeah. He like he like brakes bottle over his head and like immediately like really and then like runs like jumps over something. And then like gets like then like throw somebody and then breaks through a window. Yeah. It's amazing. I was like holy crap. Who is this dude? Is he ran away in just rent? And I was just like, oh my God this he's an incredible. And then we never see anything like that again. No. And also do that he uses ask later, and again, it is bigger than both of these dude. They don't even have guns. I know. I was like why does he stop fighting like, yeah. The fact that he gets the drop on them so quickly in this first scene..

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"sharon older" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"sharon older" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"I think that in time we will be able to tell the story behind that. But I think that if Israel done that the reason to hide the real story was not because of the Palestinians, but this, but because this would be a striking violation to a very clear promise by is rarely prime minister to an American president. You also talk about only have a minute left, but how George W Bush adopted Israeli tactics. And then you say that President Obama would launch several hundred targeted assassinations. Up to September eleventh, Prime Minister, Sharon older, all Israeli intelligence to open the door to perform what was later called as a striptease in front of American intelligence and show them everything they have on intelligence collection in targeted killing because he thought this would be the right way. The right move from the American forces and intelligence community to go for the war, the global war on terror much that was done by the United States in the years after is based on Israel, experience, knowhow, and technology. I am saying that the US while adopting these tactics also needs to see the more or less than the moral price that Israel has paid. You know, when you kill someone even if someone is Satan himself, I believe that someone something is dying in you. And when you have thousands of people because of technology. Because of God because of cyber actually thousands of people in Israel have participated directly or under indirectly in targeted killing operations. This is a problem and the most important, I think is that some of Israeli leaders drew the wrong conclusions from the really remarkable successes of their intelligence services, and they thought that they can use these exotic capabilities to go for pinpoint operation way. Beyond enemy lies to kill people in order to solve every problem. Not just tactical threats to your citizens, but also political problems also historical problems to hold history by stale. And therefore, I think that the the story of the book the story of rice and kill first of the eight years of research. And he just said one thousand interviews if there's a lesson is that these operations have technical meanings. They save lives. They are effective. But this is a story of a technical success, but also a very very dangerous strategic political failure. Because once you think that that using force can solve everything and you don't need to turn into statement sheep into diplomacy into a real discourse. Would your adversary? You talk about killing the devil himself. What about when you're killing innocent civilians? Of course, the moral price paid. But the price paid for killing civilians for collateral deputies horrendous. But when you come to these operatives in speak with them, and they tell you look we were facing situations and the book consists of many of these really dramatic moments when you know, you have a window of opportunity to kill a HAMAs Jihadist organization the tourists when station who have already sent suicide bombers that already killed hundreds of Jews in Israeli, and you have a very short window paternity to kill him before he send more suicide bombers. And he's walking all the amongst civilians. He's walking into populated areas is working with his wife. Then the operatives when I asked them, why did you permit collateral damage? They asked me back. So what would you do? If you do not kill him. You know that many of your own people will be killed tomorrow. What do you do? What we see now and very care, and we have to go what we say. Now. Ronan is how many hundreds of Palestinians have been killed defense. People in protest, and in the end, the only prime minister, the Israeli Prime Minister who was assassinated was assassinated by right wing, Israeli fanatic. I agree. The fact that he was not stopped was because nobody thought that anyone could do that. No israeli. Well, and we wanna thank you so much for being with us Ronen Bergman Israeli investigative reporter has new book rise and kill. I the secret history of Israel's targeted assassinations. Ronen? Bergman is a staff writer for the New York Times magazine and senior national security correspondent for yet. He oath I dunno his piece in the New York Times will link to Saudis close to crown prince discussed killing other enemies a year before kashogi, she's death. This is democracy. Now back in thirty seconds on the costs of war. The so-called war on terror has cost the United States close to six trillion dollars and half the newly and deaths in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, stay with us..

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"sharon older" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"sharon older" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Been having a torrid extra-marital affair. Or even fares, and this is certainly something the elders the church could not abide now, what makes an affair toward is their criteria for that? It's hotter hotter? Yes, I thought it was maybe more controversial. No, no. I just think it was hotter fear. Okay. So it's really intense, really intense well, who was intense enough that her lover got her pregnant. Okay. Well, I think a lot of people have gotten pregnant without a lot of intensity, honestly, but. Okay. All right. But Mike, it sit on what more than what occasion during this trip we're being kicked out because you're a little slick. Sharon, he's not a nice guy pretty bitter about this. Sharon had been born in nineteen forty, five to marris and Josephine Douglas in Maryland. She was the middle of three daughters. Morris Douglas was a carpenter Josephine was a homemaker and a part-time church bus driver primarily a homemaker. The family was Seventh Day Adventist, but they are very restrictive even more so than most seven Advantis with their particular interpretation other religion. So no dancing like footloose, no movies, no bowling. Bowling leads to sex Josephine with take two from the radio. Whenever she went shopping and left the girls alone and they had a TV for short time. But this was banned after Elvis is on the Ed Sullivan show swivelled is hips. They weren't even allowed to listen to him on the radio that Nope, everything was monitored and censored. Sharon considered her mother to be a beautiful woman. But very cold aloof person. And Sharon grew into a dull toured without ever seeing her mother left. So she says, if that were true, I just can't imagine me either be attempt life. What a household? Yeah, right. But apparently in Douglas household, emotions were expertly. Hidden euros were taught from early on it, they loved everybody. There was no exception to that. Okay. Is that part of their church upbringing? Yes. Okay. Maybe a little more on the conservative side. Sharon's older sister after her arrest said, Sharon is taught to be who she is, and she learned her lesson very well. Sharon's deviousness as we're gonna find out probably a way to protect yourself, but she was devious. So going back to her parents like many in their generation Josephine in Morris Douglas believed in corporal punishment. A good spanking whipping along with some good old. Religion could straighten out even the most ill behaved child in there. Opinion. So years later, Sharon told a friend that she would never bring God in a belt into the room at the same time. The cool comment. Yeah, with that. Yeah. So sharing Mike, through the Seventh Day Adventist church, they dated and it wasn't very passionate, but it was for a couple of years and Sharon was twenty and Mike propose to her, she accepted, but then three days before her wedding, she visited her parents in Maryland and told them she didn't think she could go through with it, but her parents, particularly, her mother were really opposed to that notion. And in the end share did agree and went through with the wedding, which I don't think is very smart for her parents to push in that direction. In hindsight, it certainly wasn't. No, but I can say these are pretty strict parents right? That made her all the more bitter, but the raise their kids to to be loyal to. And so you just don't back out of a wedding. But we know now, of course you do where here you'd much rather have a backing out of a wedding, then getting a divorce or in her case having someone murdered. Exactly, yeah. But the time parents are fixated on their daughter getting married, and there's no question that she's going to marry plus, this is not just some schmo of the street. This is a minister of the church. That's true. I wasn't thinking that's probably really important story, prestige bet. That's a big part of it. So let's go back to when they're married and they're moving. It was supposed to be a really happy time, but it was really marred by the circumstances about Mike being asked to leave because of Sharon's extramarital affair. And this was something the elders of the church totally wouldn't abide. And Mike was blaming Sharon now he said on more than one occasion that she was a little slut. So he's getting verbally abusive and bitter and he's saying this to her in front of the kids. Yeah, that's. Terrible. Now in the family finally arrived at their destination, which was Colorado, they found their new home to be very unfit. It was terrible. So they had to check into a local motel and share and was up all night because the girls got sick, some stomach book, something real all the time. Yeah. So even the church though was a disappointment. It was an ugly church in real stark contrast to the beautiful church that Mike, it had in North Carolina and not a long time after their arrival Mike returned home from work at the church untold. Sharon to get the girls ready to go out. They've been invited to dinner at the home of one of the elders of the congregation. So this was a big deal. Dr. Perry Nelson was one

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"sharon older" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"sharon older" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The rangers willing sixty two percent of the draws the f thirty eight percent so it goes to show you how much new york dominated that second period i was just talking about that before he went to the intermission greg plucked down and we have an unfair faceoff isu carl soderbergh's you to be kicked out miller didn't even make it a tip the play that block soederberg not usually freeze by anything is not a general step back you to take the draw fuck is death bush debt bottom of the circle underneath the body picked up she'll carello holds it locks up to the point long risheh over the top of that come of your side shea will pinch you since a backup the board's hoping for miller gotta made on puck is not three picked up by the all the ap's could horreya hata maybe get some numbers at the twoontwo they'll come away with a shot blocker say by low question steer near sighted far picked up my carl's soderberg as bid on a puck is not lose a carello paddles fort and it swept up an ounce here come the rangers back the other way donald appointing its kerry tried his center went off of swag never tied up one hundred at got cut down from behind by copper the demand who pitched in steer to the airside here's holden working it down deep far now for pc celery pass deflected away comes up a non alcoholic trip to the point opposite bonded out took her on your side shots saved by birdying rebound picked up carello siri pressure say rebound shut say cleared i'll put out there what through partiers legs in late in the poop the ap's cleared it out the nets knocked off its moorings and the attitude i'd find another gear yours the rangers are pouring in on i was this a penalty the ads knock it off on purpose i think it was the rangers while nebot hit holden and hold went into this posted knocked it all off just kind of contact sharon older fell down god if you a little bit better job they're helping their goalie rangers getting some real clean walks toward the front of in that apps last thirdperiod against the sharks survived i guess is the.

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