35 Burst results for "Sixty Eight Year"
"sixty eight year" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes
"Feeling sometimes lasts a long time and and They don't recognize that you have to put in the work matter. How much money you've paid somebody else. You personally have to look in the mirror and do the work. Our best students are people that are scrappers. People that it wasn't handed to people to people that struggle and that are willing to do just about anything to to get the results that they're looking for with you know within their without without going outside of their non-negotiables so yeah it's interesting that you ask that question because i was just reading an email like literally when when we waiting for matt to get back on It was from us. Finishing from this gentleman that i medical years ago on the east coast. And he's like. I don't know if you remember me. But i met you at a mastermind meeting. He spoke at the academy of general dentistry. I came up to you and we spoke for a couple of minutes. And i do remember him. His name is jack. And here's talking about how you know when he was sixty eight years old. He sold his practice and he'd been he'd been drinking a little bit too much and his marriage was starting to dissolve and a sixty eight years old. He sold his dental practice. Had led it. He had let it lapse for about eight years. He sold it for one hundred and sixty thousand dollars. He hadn't spent a whole lot of time or energy are focused on practice. Management and Finances didn't have a retirement account at all. Took one hundred sixty thousand dollars at sixty eight years old and he wanted into treatment. I'm really glad that he did but he went into treatment for depression and substance abuse and he got himself clean spent about sixty thousand of the one sixty so his whole life at seventy three years old now one hundred thousand dollars in the bank and he was asking me if i knew anybody that was looking for an associate. Dentist in the in the northeast. And it's just it's heartbreaking to see somebody that know over a lifetime of opportunity when he could have gotten help when help was just like literally a phone call away or an email away or you know one meeting one one chance meeting Away from changing everything but he didn't see it when when the all those opportunities where in front of him and he never took those opportunities so now he's seventy three years old. He doesn't have any money he's divorced. His kids are out of the house and he's starting over at least he has his skillset. and he's got a positive attitude now and And he's not addicted any substances. But that's a heartbreaking story to me a big great if he had that epiphany in his thirties versus in his seventies. Yeah yeah yeah and it. Does this lead a horse to water. Right and and Well you know. Let's hope jack ends up. Okay there but But cheese and there's a lot of jack's out there that are in other industries to speaking of wedge. I wanted to throw this out there because you talked about the private equity coming into the space. You talked about his folks jack. That are that the dentists in the space that are trained and whatnot but it makes me wonder but a bigger question. It goes to both of you guys here. Where do you guys see the future of the dental industry. you know. it's changed a lot. A doctor markham trigger finger on the pulse. In talking to your students in talking to you know. Talking to the powers of the world of iran dental. Where do you see. The dental industry going is going to become like the mic dentists It's just gonna be like it. Get just a corporatized by private equity. Dnc going another direction was what's your b- you didn't have a crystal ball. What would tell you about the future of dentistry. Well david knows it really depends on who you ask. Since you're asking me asking me. I'll give you my opinion. Dentistry has has changed significantly in the nineteen years. Since i've been since i got my license for the better in some ways for the worst since i'm wanting a big thing that's haunting our profession right now is is the rising costs of dental school education. The typical dental student graduates for two hundred ninety two thousand dollars in debt and the average income for the first year. Dentist is one hundred and fifty thousand dollars so you can see.
My Husband Told Me To Quit Undressing In Front of the Window
"My husband told me to quit undressing in front of the window. There's no place like home when you stayed in a motel. You're standing naked in front of the window again. My husband said then. He closed the blinds. You're probably thinking if you know me at all that this doesn't sound like me to be standing naked in front of a window and you're right at sixty eight years old. I don't gyrate nude for all the world to see. But i had a perfectly valid reason for dressing with the blinds open. The motel room was dark as a cave. Maybe my vision is failing. But i don't think so. I can still read the fine print and the eye doctor confirmed last week that my eyes were doing great her words but i have spent huge amounts of time in motel rooms recently and they are dark. I begin turning on lamps as soon as i swipe my keycard and crossed the threshold. And i don't stop until i reached the air conditioner control panel on the opposite side of the room by this time. Six twenty watt lamps glow dimly because six dim lamps only succeeded in throwing faint shadows across the room. I thrust aside the curtains push back the blinds and let the light poor in the view from the motel window is never much a parking lot or maybe a retaining wall one time. We overlooked a construction site but at least sunlight can seep through illuminating the room. Enough for me to tell if i've grabbed my black jeans or my blue ones are first motel. Stint of the summer was in minnesota. Because we went to visit kids and grandkids. We even took some grandkids from georgia with us so they can visit their cousins. For three days. I accuse the georgia grandkids of accidentally packing my swim bottoms in their luggage.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Senior fellow of freedom works. I've been involved with them for twelve years. it'll be thirteen actually this year since the tea party movement began. We're actually one of the fathers of the tea party movement and we brought one point five million activists to washington dc. At least they descended to an event that we put on back in two thousand and nine on twitter. Nine eleven and friends. I have to tell you that If you want to get involved motivated And involved in the process of saving our republic go to freedom works dot org freedomworks dot org and of course you can follow me on twitter at rev c. l. bryant. Thank you for that. Eric rev c. l. brian so let's be clear c. l. stands for cleon lewis. I got a big smile on my face when you say qiliang. Because when i was watching the mets as a kid one of their one of their home run hitters was cleon jones and i have not heard that name in a while so your name is leeann. Lewis go by c. l. brian. I want to ask you about the film runaway slave to talk about that and where people can watch it. This is important. It is because it is a film. That was way back before its time. Everyone is in it from Dr thomas soul glenn beck herman cain allen west Star parker elvia king. Everyone's in this film. And even al sharpton and jesse jackson or you can go to away luigi. Watch it any way. You're telling me absolutely watching and how you can get it off amazon and runaway slave. We'll tell me ten. Ten years ago won a lot of awards. Tell folks about it. Because i know a lot of people won't have seen it So we want to make that possible for them to check it out so they get to know you to absolutely. It's a movie that directs the way for black people to recognize the type of tyranny that has been surrounding them for the last sixty eight years. He'll forgive me. I thought we were in a longer segment folks. Let's put a pin in it. We'll be right back with c. L. bryant talking about his film runaway slave love burning. Hey folks are you concerned about memory loss for you or a loved one. Viva lords founder prayed. That god would show the solution to memory loss because her mother had dementia after.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Now is this actually being vetted so what usually happens is something of an honor system where we just ask the patient. Do you have any of the following conditions. Either written on paper or i go over verbally. Curly the cdc's recommending a third shot for the immuno-compromised including cancer patients organ transplant recipients and those with hiv. The new york times reporting that the biden administration could have boozers ready to go for more americans in the fall next up nursing home residents healthcare workers and older adults but sixty eight year. Old roger. beatty isn't waiting. He says he doesn't have any underlying conditions but received the one does john j vaccine in march questioning its efficacy. He got another job in june. This time pfizer. I decided to take calculated risk. I thought it was low risk and potentially high benefit. And he's not alone. The cdc this week acknowledging more than one million people have received an unauthorized booster already. Doctors say making your own call on another vaccine dose could be risky. You really don't want to give your body anything that it does not need. But of course i think the debate is how do we define who needs it and who doesn't would the delta variant surging a debate. That's only intensifying cathy park. Nbc news. still ahead tonight. The desperate situation.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on The KiddChris Show
"Events because there's always drunk people fighting over their teams. I don't do anything. Here's the kate. Chris show and knowing people good afternoon. You're on wnyc. Larry it's good to talk to you man. It's so wonderful to hear. Got real quick. I was wondering. Can you do this can you do i da da. Can you do that. Can i do my mama blah blah. Yeah that's good. That's good at the game. The play called it that you do it if you go to that. We ask that you like that while you're at so great you take care bye now. The kid tricia greatest play with anybody. Anybody anywhere anytime anytime so you're out Bar yeah oh. That's a good game but with good book. Good-looking barks at area. Go up to her and say yeah search. Say you do it get a little go loose or you being with a check if she's flirting with the whatever and you're feeling doubt just aren't doing that she will be dixie disappear right. Roman up right. It came out make sick. The phone number here is Five one three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine Today is Well don dock in sixty eight years old care. Go ahead in my dream warriors. That was a good song. Great song was okay. I could live with that one k rates off throng with you don dock in is how old do you think he is eighty nine close. He looks at doc is sixty eight years old so close to Yeah famous in my dreams. I guess would be the base strong aids. Oh oh that's what i like is what do you mean like. I don't like harmony. Van de now. This one i liked because it was creepy. Guitar was george lynch and it was always cool because he had those guitars of the skulls..
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Salt City Gamescast: A Video Game Podcast
"Yeah they don't have a lot of mrs. In my opinion most of them are very solid beers. Like there might be a couple of that. I'm like this is just fine. They're they're none of them are bad their everyday beers. None of their everyday beers like climb the ranks and in my head as far as my favorite meals. I like them. They're perfectly fine nightmare. The theories what about the two theories. Those are the ones that you get at like the grocery store label the kelebia orange and yellow and the label. It's a good beer. I mean issues with the. But i never like oh i gotta grab some of that Whatever i'm like. I gotta go to t.f. It's because they do these small batches which usually a pretty frequent. They had us dead dry spell couple months ago but this seems lately they disappear cranking them out heavily in the democ they were just getting boat like the drops for these beers with start at noon. And there'd be alone line around the block and the either way to get it or not but now they seem to make a bunch more of these drops and they seem more accessible and then they keep some for drinking there but like last week. I got a watermelon. Goes we fantastic as well. That one is good desire. This is really good. Yeah this mango pain. is so fucking dangerous. It tastes way too good for eleven percent. It tastes may be around seven. I feel like you could have two and have a problem. I'll speaking of problems. My dad called me two weeks ago and he have you had this dragon's milk beer. I have not have you guys know at some big style and it's like eleven or twelve percent needles like get so good. I'm like check it out trying to find it. He's like yeah. My neighbor brought to me and then he went found it and he bought it in the in the liquor store and he doesn't drink a lot of beer. He generally is a beer but red wine and apparently on saturday he was working in the yard and had three short order and went to bed by mama's not impressed and he was like comes up to me. He's just like the dragon. Smoke isn't good. The it's dangerous and just like you know you just slam three in the talk about personal responsibility. Bob like you take it. Eleven percent beauty to respect it like. I don't have more than to feel as unless it's like a party. Because if fuck you up three i assume that my sixty eight year old. That's i doubt his decision making picking a milk stout to work in the. Yeah like it's not wintertime. so i'm not fucking without. I love a stout but the years like mowing the lawn with without that sound bad. That's a bad time. They use a different generation. They do their own way..
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Radio Boston
"Greater boston communities mourning. The deaths of two people serve this country and whose lives were ended in a horrific violence this weekend. Sixty year. old ramona. Cooper was an air force staff sergeant. Her son says she was caring and selfless ready to help anybody in need sixty eight year old. David greene was a retired state trooper described as a true gentleman by his fellow troopers. And who had apparently just dropped off a batch of fresh cherries to a neighbor. Before being gunned down in the street. They'll be a candlelight vigil in winthrop on thursday to honor both of them in the meantime prosecutors are now investigating the deaths as a hate crime. Police say twenty eight year. Old nathan allen hijacked a truck before crashing into a home on shirley street allen then got out of the car shooting and killing cooper and green before he was shot by police. suffo- county. da. Rachel rollins says quote the only two people that he opened fire on or two visible people of color arison.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Freakonomics radio is supported by progressive insurance offering snapshot a device designed to rewards safe drivers. Learn more at progresive dot com or one eight hundred progressive. Now that's progressive. This is freakonomics. Radio here's your host. Stephen who doesn't love little wisdom once in a while we all seek it out in the people we no longer would like to know in philosophy and science and religion in adventure travel and all sorts of mind-bending encounters. Most wisdom is presented in a manner. Befitting its ambition with an important sounding title and a package designed to impress but sometimes the wisdom is just sitting there on a website with a title. Like sixty eight bits of unsolicited advice. That's what kevin kelley called the list. He wrote on the occasion of his sixty eighth birthday and published it on his website. K dot org. Yeah it down surround far more than i thought it would so it has gone viral. And why did he compile sixty eight bits of wisdom deal deals my twenty three year old son that we would each right something every day or makes him art. And then we try to hold each other cannibal. And i decided to write some advice or him as my little thing for the day for the day that happened to be his birthday. Yes i decided to do. What hobbits do as you might remember. Hobbies don't get birthday presents on the birthday. They give birthday presents by now. You may well be asking yourself who this sixty eight year. Old hobbit by the name of kevin kelly. And why should i pay attention to his wisdom. I am officially the senior. Maverick at wired magazine a magazine. A who founded twenty five years ago. He is found other things too. Yeah things like the well. Which was the first public access to the internet. Things like the hackers conference in vr jamborees in these days package ideas. Most of his ideas are packaged as books. Like the two thousand sixteen called the inevitable understanding the twelve technological forces that will shape our future. That book was read by many as a blueprint for how artificial intelligence will unfold. We interviewed kelly back then to most of a is going to be invisible to us. That's one of the signs of the success of a technology is becomes invisible. Kelly is often called a futurist. Don't use that word for myself. How does he feel and other people. Stick that label on him. I understand where it's coming from. And i don't refuse it. I think it feels like calling yourself. A visionary it's like you can't call yourself visionary but i spend a lot of time thinking about the future which is paradoxical in many ways if i was to come back from the future engineer some tell you things. They're almost unbelievable yet to be useful. You have to be plausible. So if what you're talking about is too improbable. You won't have any effect if it's to accepted. It's not going to be useful. So there's this really weird place in the middle where it's just about implausible and just about laws what the same time. It strikes me that giving advice especially sixty eight pieces of unsolicited advice is similar to thinking about the future. You have to be original enough to be useful not so implausible as to be reckless. Kelly says his sixty eight bits of advice are meant for younger. People and a lot of them do feel like aphorisms. You might hear in a commencement address but to me. At least they read like little wisdom bombs that can benefit anyone of any age. At least if you're still looking to get better at something or just to be a bit more self-aware in addition to packing ideas about technology kevin. Kelly is also a hardcore tinker. So a few of his sixty eight pieces of unsolicited advice are coming from someone. Who's plainly spend a lot of time in a workshop. For instance don't trust all purpose glue and if you're looking for something in your house and then you finally find it when you're done with it. Don't put it back where you found it. Put it back where you first looked for it. But the vast majority of his advice is about dealing with other humans. Some of it's pretty obvious but quite a lot is devilish. The original or at least clever being enthusiastic is worth twenty. Five iq points. This is one of my favorites. Makes my whole body smile to read that. It's one of those. Things in retrospect is so obvious. Although i don't know if it really is probably demonstrably true. Yeah i noticed in looking at the kind of people that i wanted to hang around that often it was because of people's enthusiasm and not so much because they were geniuses and i also noticed that i probably thought they were smarter than they were because of that enthusiasm and finally this is confession. I'm not the smartest person in the room by any means. But i'm often the most enthusiastic person in the room and i will get invited back and what does enthusiasm produce that's useful. That's a great question it produces. We know improvisation in improv verses. Can't tastic bit of advice that you always wanted to say not no but you went to say and you want to add into what someone had built before you and add onto it rather than kind of undermined anaesthesia. Hasim is kind of have never thought about this. But it's also kind of empathy in a certain way you know when i was just starting out in new york journalism and i mean i wasn't terrible but i was new at it and one of the one of the first assignments i had was for a rather high minded literary magazine and i wrote the piece. I thought i did pretty well. And the editor wrote back to say one. We're going out of business so we're not going to publish it to. I wouldn't have published it anyway. He said which was obviously a little bit on the gratuitous. But i'll never forget what he said he said. If i were you i would consider myself less of a writer.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"Last month come down south so the snobbery it continues in writing and you got a lot of folks out there that digitally a group of people. I i i hear from now and then though like mark i just don't like publishing some of these people because i don't like the fact that they spent their entire life doing something else then again retirement. Now they're free to write. I go what the hell's it matter. Anyway why is that first of all your business like that. That means something you an editor. Okay you know life judge. You definitely not a life coach. So what does that matter in the ends are. They bringing something useful to the table. Are they having something there that you can actually sell to your audience. Is this something near. That's worthwhile to read. Are they saying anything that resembles some kind of creativity or analogy then. We could talk because it won't matter whether this story the last month fifty seven years ago. We'll talk about what we should be talking about. As editors and even as leaders is the work good does the work have merit. Is the work original enough that you can put it out there not to stem as the writers but you as editor that has to be the criteria nap. Because i'm interested. In being some kind of cosmic idealist over here. This is what the job tales. This is what you're supposed to be doing. So i think i'll let the person reveals this sort of thing in their bio chemist for fifty seven years. And now i've been doing for about two years and blah blah blah most times. You won't know that anyway you don't even know. The person is eighteen years old sixty eight years old. And i know you won't believe me when i tell you this but in the end it doesn't really matter but mark. Don't you think somebody who is sixty eight can bring more of their life into this thing than someone who's eighteen Don't and the reason i don't is it. Still about that. Person is still about the writer and what they are willing to talk about what they are willing to reveal. Hell america right now. This is supposed to be the land of free speech. I can't believe how many people i talk to that like almost whispering. I don't want him. I don't want the school board. And i think this way. Yeah okay lovely. Thank you for teaching my children and being brave While you're whispering that's a that's a real problem. I've read work from people that wasn't even twenty years old from other countries. I found what they were put together. They invested themselves into the they had serious things to talk about not necessarily philosophical religious or political things but just things even about their internal lives. That seems more advanced. Then let's say sixty eight year. They gave me something now if you think about it..
"sixty eight year" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"Because that's the message that they want russians to hear. Genomes could is at a point on that. I think i think there's a difference between exploiting january sixth and causing it and one of the many many reasons we usa january six has beget sense up to what if any extent foreign involvement really pause the events all the authoritarian regimes china russia exploited these images and beam them their own people and say see this is what democracy is the same as they did the same thing during the arab spring but my own guess says one if all wherever ever known we have done a lot more to undermine our own democracy even vladimir putin has ever done. He's just happy to exploited for his own domestic purposes. Richard well and here comes before The question here is sixty eight year old vladimir putin who was born if you were curious about such things and nineteen fifty two in leningrad. Of course we all know he worked for the kgb was in east germany november of eighty. Nine he's kind of on time when he is kind of on time he is on time. That's got a swiss watch on right now and The legend has it that he continued burning as the wall was coming down and east. Germany was closing up shop as a communist country. He continued burning files until the furnace burst. But make sure to save the files as your gat dirt on his german counterparts. He ninety nine became prime. Minister was prime minister until two thousand. Four two thousand four was president and has gene of course since that time in the de facto leader the fact whether he whether he's sort of czar that he has most likely for life i think he probably is curious singing. This question for richard. Haass he during the cure simmons interview. He spoke About china eight talked about that that developing relationship and he was. It was mostly complementary. Mostly nice talking about. China is is is his not his endgame but his next game essentially making russia kind of junior partner to china in the sort of authoritarian a cluster facing the democratic cluster is a where he wants to be richard tactically. He obviously sees advantages. And being close to china the authoritarians can stick together and push back way to evade certain sanctions. But in the long run. I don't think china and russia natural arcnord finest got nine or ten times the population of russia. Crutches got all this empty territory. China has millions of the decisions that are inside russia. Shall we say without formal documentation. I'm not. I actually think the biggest question about putin will be his his legacy and he has an institutionalized anything at home and he's left russia many ways vulnerable to vote the internal pressures to fissures within the country nationalism in the light and externally among other countries to china but in the short run yes in. It's useful for him but they get. But i'm not sure strategically this makes great sense for russia because it would be very much junior art. Remember the feeling you got as a kid getting tucked into bed or the feeling you get now in the arms of somebody you love safe and secure. It's a feeling of security. That only comes through human connection. And that's why the people at simplisafe home security are so important. Of course.
Ex-UAW Leader Gets Nearly 2 Years in Prison for Corruption
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting an X. U. A. W. leader gets nearly two years in prison for corruption of former president of the United auto workers was sentenced Tuesday to twenty one months in prison after pleading guilty to embezzlement sixty eight year old Dennis Williams led the way W. from twenty fourteen to twenty eighteen an investigation revealed Williams was part of a scheme that used union dues to finance golf watching and fancy meals according to prosecutors in twenty seventeen Williams turned a three day winter meetings event in palm springs California into a four month stay in a multi year investigation eleven U. A. W. officials and the late official spouse have pleaded guilty since twenty seventeen hi Mike Rossio
"sixty eight year" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"You bring up george. Soros who objectively poured money into district attorney races around the country and those district attorneys including in philadelphia sparked a crimewave through lack of enforcement through blaming. The they're making police. The bad guys know police aren't infallible. Police do have problems. Police aren't perfect but they shouldn't be vilified either. They certainly shouldn't be charted by activists who were increasingly harassing them. Now there's a tie in here to new york in new york. Believe it or not the two candidates who are doing the best out. There are two candidates who are standing up in taking on crime. Andrew yang and eric atoms andrew gain. Yes that andrew yang. He ran for president. He's in new york now. He's running for mayor and do you know what he's doing. He's talking like a woke progressive but he's also talking about how businesses necessary and not bad. Capitalism is good even if he doesn't like raw unfettered capitalism but also that there a crime problem and people aren't safe instead of now. This is an asian man. Andrew yang said of going on and on bill de blasio on white supremacy sparking anti-asian violence. Andrew yang is actually talking about how we got middle illness issues. I mean the guy who stomped on the filipino woman had been let out of prison after stabbing his mother to death. Why is that guy on the streets unmonitored and clearly has mental issues. In fact there's a a slate of Augean hate crimes in new york. Not by white people. This is from the new york daily news not a conservative publication. This is from. Harry siegel the new york daily news flipping through the paper on friday. You could read about a young asian man who was at the home depot. In east new york when a man brandished a two by four and asked his girlfriend. Why you with that little blink asian blank. I know. I can't say those words radio won't tell it him. I'll cut you f asian. Don't call anybody. I'm a blood. I'll shoot you. A young asian woman in manhattan's chinatown ice-cream outside while speaking mandarin with a friend when she was slapped by a woman screaming go back to your country. A middle aged asian man waiting for a train on the upper west side with a man yelled. If you're not bruce lee than off and hit him in brooklyn an elderly asian man shopping for groceries when he was shoved to the ground without warning by man who had previously shoved one asian woman to the ground and pinned another two storefront and grabbed her hair as he tried to punch her in the face. The subway attacker who remained in the station in which promptly arrested had been released last month ever been charged with sexual abuse for allegedly touching a sixty eight year. Old asian woman's leg the brooklyn attacker is not races but office meds on on pluto according to siblings. The other two were still at large. As i write this. But it's a safe bet that they're also mentally. Ill violently antisocial or both..
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Late Night Parents
"I would have to look it up. But it definitely wasn't dave ron. I did have looked it up. That's my man now. It's okay what i'm going to say. Yes tony losers. The old school throwback boring guide but his knowledge of the game what he brings as far as playoff experience to experience to this young nucleus. A very very very good time with that. That white sox team deep with talent from talking about percents alexei giolito to louise robert to a lot of guys on the team at very very good They got my guy grass catcher. They have a lot of guys that are very good. A gallon toners russa for that particular ballclub can bring them together and make them play cohesively grand scheme of things. I don't like this recycled own. Why that coach thing. I don't like that. We need to bring the next generation of leaders of these baseball. So good so tell me would you would you. I mean and taking into consideration the last comment you made. Would you feel a little bit more comfortable in buck. Showalter with the leader of these men. He's in the same boat so autism in the same boat. Buck show only been out of the game. Two three years doesn't matter. He's what seventy yeah give it. Take the letter. How long you away from the game. The game came so we just talking about this inauguration gap i'm talking about the generational get minding. Even all brand sneaker is so much looking for the next bobby cox in atlanta they bring up the guy that led the minor league braves team. For thirty years. Brian snicker love smith of snits doing a great job. Smith still a sixty eight year old man. that's really not connected with the future of the game. We need to stop trying to bring in these old curious of the game because the game was gone a different direction. Because guys like larussa guys like snicker guys like buck. Showalter.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"Versus outdoor dining. So that's why you see states like where i live in florida and other states just opening up because the effect of mass had little or nothing to do with covid nineteen the cdc's finding mass. They're completely aligned with the danish study that was published in november and a study published in the new england journal of medicine which was a study involving quarantining of marine recruits. Bo studied family limited evidence that mass worry was effective in stopping the spread of this virus. This chinese virus and september eleventh. The cdc now does the cdc. Everybody is bowing to a private company reported in a group of three hundred and fourteen with and without covid nineteen. There was no significant. Difference in the vigilant mask use a march eighth. The cdc stated fully vaccinated people do not have to wear masks while mingling with vaccinating people on vaccinated individuals for a single household who are at low risk for severe disease master. Little to protect people from disease said patrick of the citizens for free speech and more and more people are coming out. The mass guidance for vaccinated individuals is as maryland singleton. Md ajay d. She's attorney at an empty former president of the american association of physician and surgeon who has written widely on mass quote. The vaccine guidance says that vaccinated. Send me reading all. This is this basically. There's no difference and they you know you would think in florida which has an older population in california. A would have more deaths. Well actually are free. Non mass wearing wearing state is is way behind deaths from cal even california. So you see what was happening here. We're getting the wrong information. I wanted to find an article that was written. By mr harwit's he says in his article mass are experimental medical devices. That must be option according to law so even the shots that were that are getting emergency use authorization. eu a their experimental. They're getting the authorization to be used as an experiment. Normally vaccine steak Up to ten years to to to be allowed in us if they go through all the processes so these so-called vaccine which are not back either. Gene experiments bypass all the animal studies. Now mr hardware still just talking about mask and he says just like the covid. Vaccines use a mass. Instead of respirators to block transmission. Now respirators are which is a has met people where people pay cars really heavy duty That they actually work as such according to the law. Mass must be optional. If we are going to passively allow governors governments to make this medical device mandatory. What does this stop them from. Making this vaccine. Which really isn't a vaccine. Mandatory both the fda an osha have made it clear over the years that only respirators not mass are considered valid ppe personal protection rate to block the transmission of viruses which is why mask manufacturers get. This must continue to place a disclaimer on their labels that the product does not work for airborne viruses so so the cdc according to with lying to the public and giving them a false sense of security by suggesting mass are valid medical devices for kobe. That is why the fda was forced to use emergency use authorization the same process user vaccines to approve masters medical devices. Because they they. They have not been shown to do that. They're experimental in a statement where mass were allowed to be used as as an emergency the fda discloses quote a face mask as device with or without a face shield that covers the users Nose and mouth that may or may not meet fluid barrier or filtration efficiency levels. That means that it may or may not work. They don't even know but we do know from studies. We have objective studies. Cdc's on studies the danish study. All this is to say. Is that with no evidence mass work and with with endless evidence that they failed to stop the spread in a single part of the world for twelve months. This is why mass according to law must remain optional. And we can go on and on. And if you have any problem for getting dizzy Experiencing shortness of breath from from use of mass. Where you're forced to use them. There is a process where you kind of right to the fda and file a claim on their system and adverse reaction. Report fda's Med watch system. Okay though the. It's an easy one to fill out. So you know we are not guinea-pigs. Ladies and gentlemen we have rights. We should be able to say no to medical devices being used against our bodies especially if they are experimental. We thought we got rid of this during the nuremberg trials. Where the nazis did all those experiments on people. So is the co vague shot. The vaccine extremely extremely safe or effective as as you here. Twenty four seven lesser. Some people that are saying. It's not as safe as it's made out to be. You're hearing adverse reactions all the time yesterday. A sixty eight year old woman died two days after she got her second shot. You hear about people dying all the time. I think there's up to two thousand deaths more or less from the getting the they shot of an of course only a small percentage of that are reported and of course none of them are being related to the shot prior to the vaccines coming out personal. Be shot in the head test positive for covid cova desk now persia can get a vaccine and die and it was just just a coincidence. So we're never going to get to the truth the way the fda and cdc in the government is handling these. And like i told you the. Fda is is being sued right now for over inflating. Kobe defied over sixteen hundred percent. So the vaccine adverse events reporting system. We've talked about that. Bears has of the beginning of this month march. Seventeen hundred and thirty nine deaths and seven hundred thirty four permanent disabilities and nearly four thousand. Does that seem like a lot to you. Given the fact that eighty to ninety million people have already gotten at least one dose. That doesn't seem like a lot but you have to remember if you do the math. There's this is about one percent of the people that are being reported as important to know that bears has been estimated to capture approximately one percent of vaccine injuries.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored
"Versus outdoor dining. So that's why you see states like where i live in florida and other states just opening up because the effect of mass had little or nothing to do with covid nineteen the cdc's finding or mass they're completely aligned with the danish study that was published in november and a study published in the new england journal of medicine which was a study involving quarantining of marine recruits bo. Study family limited evidence that mass worry was effective in stopping the spread of this virus this chinese virus and september eleventh. The cdc now does the cdc. Everybody is bowing to a private company reported in a group of three hundred and fourteen with and without covid nineteen. There was no significant. Difference in the vigilant mask use a march eighth. The cdc stated fully vaccinated people do not have to wear masks while mingling with vaccinating people vaccinated individuals for single household who are at low risk for severe disease master. Little to protect people from disease said patrick would of the citizens for free speech and more and more people are coming out. The mass guidance for vaccinated individuals is as maryland singleton md. Ajay d. She's attorney at an empty former president of the american association of physician and surgeon who has written widely on mass quote. The vaccine guidance says that vaccinated. Send me reading all. This is this basically. There's no difference and they you know you would think in florida which has an older population in california. A would have more deaths. Well actually are free. Non mass wearing wearing state is is way behind deaths from cal even california. So you see what was happening here. We're getting the wrong information. I wanted to find an article that was written. By mr harwit's he says in his article mass are experimental medical devices. That must be option according to law so even the shots that were that are getting emergency use authorization. eu a their experimental. They're getting the authorization to be used as an experiment. Normally vaccine steak Up to ten years to to to be allowed in us if they go through all the processes so these so-called which are not back either. Gene experiments bypass all the animal studies. Now mr hardware still just talking about mask and he says just like the covid. Vaccines use a mass. Instead of respirators to block transmission. Now respirators are which is a has met people where people pay cars really heavy duty That they actually work as such according to the law. Mass must be optional. If we are going to passively allow governors governments to make this medical device mandatory. What does this stop them from. Making this vaccine. Which really isn't a vaccine. Mandatory both the fda an osha have made it clear over the years that only respirators not mass are considered valid ppe personal protection rate to block the transmission of to viruses which is why mask manufacturers get. This must continue to place a disclaimer. On their labels that the product does not work for airborne viruses so so the cdc according to our with his lying to the public and giving them a false sense of security by suggesting mass are valid medical devices for kobe. That is why the fda was to use emergency use authorization the same process user vaccines to approve masters medical devices. Because they they. They have not been shown to do that. They're experimental in a statement where mass were allowed to be used as as an emergency the fda discloses quote a face mask as a device with or without a face shield that covers the users Nose and mouth that may or may not meet fluid barrier or filtration efficiency levels. That means that it may or may not work. They don't even know but we do know from studies. We have objective studies. Cdc's own studies the danish study. All this is to say. Is that with no evidence mass work and with with endless evidence that they failed to stop the spread in a single part of the world for twelve months. This is why mass according to law must remain optional. And we can go on and on. And if you have any problem for getting dizzy Experiencing shortness of breath from from use of mass. Where you're forced to use them. There is a process where you kind of right to the fda and file a claim on their system and adverse reaction report. Fda's med watch system. Okay though the. It's an easy one to fill out. So you know we are not guinea-pigs. Ladies and gentlemen we have rights. We should be able to say no to medical devices being used against our bodies especially if they are experimental. We thought we got rid of this during the nuremberg trials. Where the nazis did all those experiments on people. So is the co vague shot. The vaccine extremely extremely safe or effective as as you here. Twenty four seven lesser. Some people that are saying. It's not as safe as it's made out to be. You're hearing adverse reactions all the time yesterday. A sixty eight year old woman died two days after she got her second shot. You hear about people dying all the time. I think there's up to two thousand deaths more or less from the getting the they shot of an of course only a small percentage of ones that are reported and of course none of them are being related to the shot prior to the vaccines coming out personal. Be shot in the head test positive for covid cova desk now persia can get a vaccine and die and it was just a coincidence. So we're never going to get to the truth the way the fda and cdc in the government is handling these. And like i told you the. Fda is is being sued right now for over inflating. Kobe deaths by over sixteen hundred percent. So the vaccine adverse events reporting system. We've talked about that. Bears has of the beginning of this month march. Seventeen hundred and thirty nine deaths and seven hundred thirty four permanent disabilities and nearly four thousand. Does that seem like a lot to you. Given the fact that eighty to ninety million people have already gotten at least one dose. That doesn't seem like a lot but you have to remember if you do the math. There's this is about one percent of the people that are being reported as important to know that bears has been estimated to approximately one percent of vaccine injuries.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"Because that's totally normal in the world of covid nineteen because they're desperate to make you think this very alarmingly dangerous thing is too old italy fine totally fine except all the numbers and all the stats and fact that they're dismissing any anything that comes up because it's not alarming at all. Just put your head down and trust that it's fine and just assume that russia's the one causing all the disinformation right because it's only russia because not like we have a thousand reasons to be concerned about what this thing is and none of those things have anything to do with russia but of course russia using disinformation to erode. Trust of course. Because if you haven't no other option blame russia right because that's what you do if everything looks like if all you have is a hammer that everything looks like a nail as they say it's just because you have nothing in other options if they clearly see that we're concerned because of what they're doing and they god's russia's making that happen because we know we're good people guys you don't even believe that. I don't think anybody believes that anymore. It's quite pathetic. But they're still desperately trying. It's quite quite cute. Actually the defender goes on to point doubts today. A sixty eight year old dies after anticlimactic reaction to cova vaccine the cdc continues to ignore the inquiry into increased numbers of deaths. Why because we can't prove that it was caused by that okay. What else caused it. Well okay so. Are we going to continue researching but not the vaccine but we prove that no okay round and round. We go or if you don't prove that it wasn't you also you don't get to just prove that it. We don't know what it was and you can't put it this way to argue that you can't prove that is caused by. The vaccine is not the same as arguing that it wasn't caused but the vaccine but that's what they're doing and of course pointing fingers the only place you can report these side effects. If it's some fringe populist they catalogue things that has nothing to do with the visual numbers except literally the only place and it is a very visual location for reporting things so they can dismiss them. That's why it was built. But the reality is the cdc continues to ignore the growing lists of deaths being reported. Some of them can be wrong. Fake lies some of them but as we know one percent give or take is what actually ends up bears one percent. So let's just say even one percent of the one percent is real that still. Why are the alarming seeing as how we're looking at about five hundred nine hundred times. What we see from the flu.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue
"So terrible so absolutely terrible says so. I mean we both were. Yeah see each. Yeah oh my god. Yeah the fifty nine year. Old mogul sues twenty six year old onlyfans model for being sexy in his house. I don't get it. She she literally would like on his computer and he was like how dare gb sexy here to see her in those super. He was subscribed to her onlyfans which doesn't make sense. It makes no sense. Yes the twenty sixty eight year. It'll be alive twenty six now. Well how far away is that from now. It seems like a long way forty seven years older. You know thirty two okay. I guess i might be alive. Maybe we seventy nine. Os eighty.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The four freshmen. And we just want to say you. Guest star william bendix. Bob hope from sixty eight years ago march. Eighteenth nineteen fifty three on this thursday classic radio theater. This is good news. Maybe exactly when you need it to right now. Medishare is waving their new member fees. This could save you money on top of all that you'll save each month by becoming a member of meta share so many people are looking for a health care solution right now. Seeing the cost of cobra plans for instance and meta share is the affordable alternative to health insurance. The typical family saves five hundred dollars a month. You might save even more medishare's a christian community that shares each other's healthcare costs and because of the current economic situation. They're making it easier than ever apply by march thirty. First you can save an additional one hundred and seventy dollars on your first month. I'll give you the number here in a second and if you call you get a price within two minutes. Just tell them the promo code share to receive your additional savings. Maybe now is the time to make the switch like more than four hundred thousand people already have and start saving here. It is called eight three three thirty four bible. That's eight three three thirty four bible eight three three thirty four bible. You know for three years. You've heard me talking about how my pillow has got me a better night's sleep. Mike lindell has invented a my pillow for the rest of my body. The my pillow mattress topper will help you. Get some of the best sleep of your life. It's a three layer design including my pillow phone for support. Transitional foam to help relly pressure points and ultra saw patented temperature regulating cover. Why buy one of those big expensive beds when you can get a my pillow mattress topper and get a great night's sleep ten year warranty sixty day money back guarantee made in the usa. And yes it's washable and dryable find out more go to mypillow dot com click on the radio listener special and use my promo code. Usa or call one eight hundred nine five one eight one seven five and you can save up to sixty six percent on anything on the my pillow website mypillow dot com promo code usa. Here's a fact too much of today's general is likley biased. So where should you turn to get accurate leading edge information that you can trust the epoch times. The epoch times covers the news. The way you need it unfiltered and accurate. Cutting edge topics like the danger of the chinese communist party. The pandemic russia the middle east the economy and news. You won't hear anywhere else. The epoch times is free from the influence of governments corporations or political parties. You get to form your own opinions. Here's a special introductory offer. You can get one month. Subscription to the epoch times weekly prince newspaper as well as unlimited access to their dynamic website for just one dollar. That's right one dollar. Go right now to trusted. Newspaper dot com. That's trusted newspaper dot com to subscribe. Do it now trusted. Newspaper dot com now on this thursday edition of classic radio theatre. Let's go back. Sixty eight years march eighteenth nineteen fifty-three with his.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast
"Cetera et cetera. But interesting to get your perspective. You know you've been putting there for at least ten years. So yeah yeah absolutely. So was it grouse in your dog that really opened your eyes up and hunting and kind of got you fueled and going in that direction. Yeah yeah i would say that I would also say you know in for anybody who wants to knock kind of our Our put and take you know. program We hunted south dakota last year yeah presents and we flushed more birds. More wild birds out there. This just a self guided hunt We just went on public land. We flush more birds out there every day and we did back here so you know. Yeah they're pen. Raise birds that are put out in the wild. They get spread out very easily to get killed very easily by predators and then they also become very wild very fast so You know it's not as easy as i guess you know you might think it's not like god's going out there centene birds in the field So that that really in having that close to my house We have game lands ten minutes away that i hunt pretty hard. You know that that's really been fun watching the dog work though so not got me really hooked as well Yeah i see what you're saying. You're saying that you go out to south dakota and the opportunity is ample or can be plentiful out there whereas back in pennsylvania. If you hit the release site right on the right day it might be easy but then things get more challenging. Yeah absolutely ask. How does that release system work. I've heard bits and pieces from different areas. Where you know folks no the release site you know when the birds are being released. How does it work in pennsylvania. Yeah so they give a three day window. So you know you know where they're stocking rights you know the game lands at the right off. They give you a three day window so wednesday to friday naked stalk You don't always know. There are some guys that know. Exactly kinda win the trucks coming type deal But you don't know and and they put birds out it. Depends on the amount of acreage and type. That's there how many birds they put out at each location but I mean it's a decent number mixture of roosters and hands. We're allowed to shoot hands here. Because they're putting tapered. We really don't have too many holdover birds. There are some but very very little so like you'll see pheasants in the offseason where you know. They're still there. Yeah very few very few. There's a couple of locations that that it's more known for that I actually saw this was about three years ago. I was driving across and it wasn't on gamely has but it was about a mile away and a bird ran across the road and about eight. Little birds followed. It flew up real quick. And i got up there and it was It was a hen pheasant with her young Which was really cool to see yet. A hand made it a rooster obviously made it. They found each other and had a successful brewed. And and who knows whatever ended up happening for that but that was really cool to see. So yeah. that's that's interesting that they they could still bring some chicks the life and see what happens. I mean obviously there's some habitat there and virgin. Okay yeah. i don't have a lot of experience with released birds. I don't pretty sure minnesota doesn't have a program. I know my neighbors in wisconsin. Do and i've heard folks knock it in the sense that if everything was a zero sum game. And you're spending money to release pheasants when you could be creating habitat for native game birds or something like that you know i could see the our that would stir up some debate but at the end of the day if you can if it's not a zero sum game and you can provide opportunity for folks to get out and use those state game lands. There's obviously pros and cons everything. But here's the other thing on the game. Land student is the game. Lands are large enough all the time to sustain you know rough grouse numbers Or have the correct habitat aura. Solid piece land. So a lot of the times that you're hunting in your killing Grouse or harvesting grouse It's on pablo or it's on private land or it's on Timber owned companies. You know their land were national forest land so the game commission. I mean you know they can. They can do as much as they can with what they have you know. But they don't always have the stretchers lander the proper area to be able to kind of manage for rough grouse. Let's dive into that a little bit more. Because i don't know that i've ever i don't know if you've ever gone deep pennsylvania upland hunting on this podcast and i'm just curious a little bit about land access where you would go to hunt birds. You you've touched on it at a high level. They're talking about you so he sounds. Give industry timberland's you've got must have state and federal lands. The game lands mixed in there. What is the public land access. Look like out there. What posted land. Okay so you know private land. Pennsylvania's is pretty well known for posting their land so as far as as timber company so pennsylvania western pennsylvania especially north western pennsylvania. It's huge in the timber industry so these companies alone vast amounts of land pennsylvania's a big state. That's a huge state. Yeah yeah and there's a lot of nothing in pennsylvania too so You know a lot of their cutting. I guess rituals are still clear. Cutting so they're still some Opportunity for grouse hunting and stuff like that and now they're not open all year but they do open them up the entire hunting season so for archery and that i think the close shut the gates. Next week i think You know so you can access that you know and then public land you know as long as the habitat. That's that's the one thing with pennsylvania's well is And we went to michigan. I think we'll probably touch on that a little bit. And it's kind of the same up there as you know. Natural land around here is not going to grow up and just be good for grouse right so either need natural disasters like fires tornadoes. Or you need people cutting In creating that habitat you know for for a while for the groused. Actually be in there. You're not just gonna find them and You know sixty eight year old outstand right. This can be pretty wide open. Not much ground cover there..
Could a Stafford Pick Help Bring the Patriots a Super Bowl Victory?
"You mentioned Stafford a little bit know. I know you said on Twitter that you are no on Stafford because of the compensation that they would have to trade to Detroit. I think he's going to for a phone Pig So I think you know, how do you feel about it from just a cat perspective that perspective if you think he's the guy right kept expecting he's he led to get he's got low Captain the next two years you could do the whole those drafted quarterback this year next year and you can bring and he could be dead quarterback even with a highlight with a high relatively High cap number for the Patriots for the quarterback position. Is he worth that kind of at his deal is he I think he is. I I just don't think that the Patriots are going to be the one who comes out the highest offer, right? That's I think the biggest problem too is because they because they played their way into the number 15 overall pick. It's a good first round pick but it's not a high-end first-round pick any more and they're probably going to end up having to package multiple pics in the deal. Matthew Stafford, which is alive, but I think the only reason why I brought it up is because with Belichick he doesn't want to lose anymore. He's sixty-eight years old. If you can get a guy like Stafford office create another Superbowl window pretentious, right? Yeah. It's probably a three-year window with Stafford as your quarterback where you can add pieces around to bring, you know, have them bring Kenny golladay. I'm from Detroit or whatever you want to do and you can you know work with with fire now, right? We're not that you call you Bruce sets and the Jimmy G's of the world. We're talking about a real top ten quarterback in the NFL and at this point in time at a bargain price at a bargain price and a great price. So I'm all for the Stafford
Russia moves to protect Putin from prosecution
"We start in russia. Where the duma has backed a bill which grants the country's rulers and their families immunity from criminal prosecution after they leave office and it has set tongues wagging about president putin's political future putin's allowed to stand for two more terms in office when his current stretch ends in twenty twenty four. But is there any need for him to do so if he can retire sooner without fear of prosecution or we're joined for more on this by the russia analyst and regular monocle twenty four contributor. Stephen deal welcome back to the briefing. Stephen always good to hear from you. Tell us it's funny if we if we look back. I don't know a quarter of a century almost now to the sort of an days a of yeltsin now was lots of talk about potential prosecutions and of course putin Gave him immunity as soon as he took over. Is that something Will be very much john on. Putin's mind as well right now. I'm sure his the yeltsin when he stepped down on the thirty first seven nine hundred ninety nine the one thing he'd been looking for in that second term since he's been president since the middle of ninety was someone who would guarantee him immunity from not only him in fact his his blood family and also his wider political family immunity from prosecution for the rest of their lives and the very first decree of then acting president vladimir putin on the last day of ninety thousand nine when he took over as acting president was to grant yeltsin and his coterie fact that immunity and on one thing. We're surprised that this hasn't been done before. But if you think back much closer to to where we are now this year of course we were talking about putin being being able to be president for the rest of his life because of course they changed the constitution earlier this year in russia and it means that the is white cane he can stand again for president in two thousand and twenty four and then if he wants to he can stand again in twenty thirty. They've overturned the previous idea. That president couldn't have more than two consecutive terms. But what this does. I think this is even more significant than and giving him that. Johnston president for life. It means that truly fall ill or something then. This means that he can. He can step down and not be prosecuted at the moment. The russian president compu- prosecuted while he's in office but until this is passed he can be prosecuted if he if he were down. Well it's really interesting statement. I guess it's sort of fun to speculate in a way. What appeals to vladimir putin most is it to just stay in office To sort of become superannuated president be there for decades as it will turn out or is he more concerned about protecting as you said his nearest and dearest and in the immediate coterie from from what we understand and we know about him. What do you think is most appealing to him. In the here and now is the consolidation. Is that endurance that longevity or do you think he'll be drawn to just melting away into the shadows. The shadows putin is someone who doesn't really have friends. He doesn't really trust anyone. That's his whole background as a street ladd in petersburg when he was growing up and even more so when he was kgb officer and so what he feels is that he he can never be sure he always reminded of sort of you know to broussais. And julius caesar and and that that to me is where putin stands that. He's always afraid that someone were to step down. Someone might change things and then drawing prosecute him and there's a number of things that they might want to prosecute for most not be now if we thinking well it's got to be after he's president. What does the state of the russian economy at rome. It's pretty awful. There are some very few at the top who are just unbelievably wealthy. Russia has nine thousand nine billionaires in the country at a time when thirty eight percents of the country at least according to official fingers are living below the poverty line. Russia is still very much dependent on oil and gas. And it's very interesting today. We have the news. That britain is saying no more petrol cars with diesel cars from twenty thirty. You know the world is going away from those fossil fuels and russia's not really doing anything about it and rushing. Business is is is not in a good position and so you know you could say one of his worst legs could be the state of the economy if you want to choose to step down but if this is passed in the duma has has given it its nods so far it has to go to the federation council. The house and then ironically putin himself would have to sign it off which. I have no doubt he would do. I mean i just wonder what do Russian pro democracy activists Putin's opponents have to say about the sorts of moves. Stephen because presumably there would be appetite in certain limited quarters to say look. We can't have a situation where people are protected in perpetuity from their alleged misdeeds. Particularly if it's a question of. I don't know following the money this sort of thing. Do you think that there will be a a counter. Lobby is ernie president to being able to sell it. We can review these These rulings down down the track or is that just a nonstarter. Right now is a non-starter. The doom is heavily stacked with putin supporters. Then indeed the federation council houses to. There's being talk over the is of of election. Rigging putin generally has a lot of popular support out in the country not so much in moscow some of the other big cities but those who are in power now would definitely know passes laura have no doubt it will become more and because what putin were he say to foil in five years time and so having been reelected in twenty four finally can't carry on steps down if this law is not in place then what frightens him is the idea. Is that in fact with. He's the hub of the wheel and he's taken out. Then we'll spokes collapse will then a real opposition which does exist. but it's very small and sat on very hard when it raises his voice. That actually stopped means something in which case could be a threat of prosecution. So he's he's trying to cover every base. I think it's very interesting that this is come on top of the idea that he could serve the rest of his life. This gives him the get out. I'm not well or on board. I want to step down. But i can still be secure. Won't be prosecuted prompts. The question stephen wh what does any eventual succession. Like i appreciate this. Very very speculative and it could be twenty four. It could be twenty thirty indeed but do we have any better sense of what putin's own Mission is you know he. He wouldn't want to melt into the shadows of you as you suggested but is there any hints of sort of you know a dynastic succession or do you think he's more interested in in the here and now i wonder if we can speculate even about what happens after he takes his hand from the tiller right now to be honest tom. I wouldn't want to name a name. Because i have no doubt that he will stand again. Twenty twenty four. So we're looking ten years since two twenty thirty two elections after that and because he can't stand again if he's still in good health and he's generally a fit man he's you know he's still does his judo and he's sixty eight years old now. But as we've seen in america being in your late seventies doesn't preclude you from standing for president so if he carries on fit. Well no reason why in twenty thirty he wouldn't stand again so you know. There's a whole generation of politicians would come up behind him. Then they may be the ones that maybe twenty thirty six fact we may be looking at three. Fold as a israel change. I'm if there is a change. Before that i can't really see it happening if health matters. Don't intervene before two thousand thirty so really as standing where we are now looking ahead. Ten years that famous phrase in brisbane week is a long time in politics. Ten years off it on.
Brad Pitt splits from girlfriend Nicole Poturalski
"Breaking exclusive at the top of the show. So Brad Pitt has been dumped dumped by his girlfriend. So we with us to report on this show that things were dramatically cooling down between Brad and his gorgeous model girlfriend call. Now, we can report that the relationship is officially over. So sources tell us more quote the twenty-seven-year-old Nicole she's back with a sixty eight year old has been rolling. After deciding that Brad was just not the man for. So the trying to be friends still. So when people break up, they do try to be friends but it probably never really happens they'll probably just drift apart but there was no big drama. There was no big fight no big scandal no big screaming match here. They said, honestly, she just wasn't really that into him. Romantically Brad is a very nice area, but Nicole likes men or that's a bit of a dig is an
Kool & the Gang co-founder Ronald 'Khalis' Bell dies at 68
"A musician with a popular band has died the man who helped put the cooling the cool and the gang has died a publicist for the bands as cool school founder and singer Ronald police bell died at his home in the Virgin Islands with his wife at his side no details on the cause of his death were released cool and the gang was one of the big recording groups of the nineteen seventies with a popular blend of jazz funk R&B and pop and after a brief lull they returned to stardom in the nineteen eighties the group won a Grammy for its work on the Saturday night fever album they'll road and compose some of the group's biggest hits including celebration cherish and jungle boogie bill was sixty eight years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Judge denies former Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Dwaine Caraway’s request for home confinement
"Showed that a federal judge denied former Dallas mayor pro tem. dwaine caraway's request yesterday to be released from prison to home confinement sixty, eight year, old caraway had asked to serve his sentence at home because of health concerns related to. To the coronavirus, his attorney, Michael Payment wrote in a court filing. Last week. That care way is clearly a high risk prisoner because of his age and numerous health issues caraway returned from the Dallas City Council and pleaded guilty in August. Twenty eighteen to taking about four hundred, fifty, thousand dollars in bribes and kickbacks over several years from men responsible for the downfall of school bus agency Dallas, county schools, US district. Judge. Barbara. Barbara Lynn sentenced caraway. In April, twenty nineteen to serve fifty six months in prison for his role. In the corruption case, he could have received up to seven years. Lynn denied the motion to have caraway moved to home confinement ruling that he did not support his claim that he had extraordinary or compelling circumstances that would warrant the transfer caraway was sent to a minimum security federal facility in spring about three hundred miles west. West of Dallas data from the federal. Bureau of Prisons shows that six staff members. There have active COVID, nineteen cases. No active cases were listed for inmates. The Dallas Morning
Ford stepping down as Detroit Lions owner, daughter taking over
"Ford is stepping down disposable owner of the Detroit Lions lines of an ounce of Ford's daughter Sheila Ford hamp is taking over as the team's principal owner and chairman board had been in charge of the alliance's two thousand fourteen when her husband William clay Ford died the sixty eight year old number's been one of the team's vice chairman during their mother's ownership Ford was one of four female team owners who were profiled in the documentary a lifetime of Sunday's along with Kansas city's normal hunt Chicago's Virginia Halas McCaskey and Pittsburgh's Patricia Rooney answers on the NFL Super Bowl and major events committee and the board for Detroit Lions charities
Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus
"Some industries were hit hard early on hotels restaurants retail stores now the corona virus outbreak is killing a broader array of jobs software programmers sales people in legal assistance are being laid off sixty eight year old firm wind bomb was furloughed last month from her job as a legal secretary and Hatton Weinbaum still hasn't received her unemployment benefits which she says she's counting on to help pay a monthly rent of eleven hundred dollars I read a folly
Record 22 million have sought US jobless aid since virus
"Five point two million more Americans went on unemployment last week as the corona virus claims more jobs some industries were hit hard early on hotels restaurants retail stores now the corona virus outbreak is killing a broader array of jobs software programmers sales people in legal assistance are being laid off sixty eight year old firm wind bomb was furloughed last month from her job as a legal secretary and Hatton wind bomb still hasn't received her unemployment benefits which she says she's counting on to help pay a monthly rent of eleven hundred dollars I read a folly
Cheung Tze-keung - Hong Kong's King Of Thieves
"Week. We discussed chauncey early life. And how his obsession with wealth led him to commit to ransom kidnappings as part of a master plan to extort the ten wealthiest men in Hong Kong? His first target was thirty one year old. Victor Lee the son of Hong Kong's wealthiest man Li ka-shing this week we'll delve into the fallout of lease kidnapping. And how it inspired Chung to go after the forty seven year old property development tycoon. Walter Kwok will also discuss. How an unexpected cooperation? Between Hong Kong and mainland China ultimately led to Chung's demise when sixty eight year old billionaire Li ka-shing into his front door on the night of May Twenty Third Nineteen Ninety six. He was expecting to see his son. Victor apologized for being so late instead. He found himself face to face with the infamous criminal. Forty-one-year-old chauncey calm and four other armed. Men Leave recognized Chung immediately. He was wanted by the police for multiple crimes including two high profile robberies at the Kai. Tak Airport the second of which had been the largest cash robbery in Hong Kong's history. There was hardly a person in Hong Kong. Who didn't know Chung secons name as Hong Kong's wealthiest Man Lee knew? It was no coincidence that the thief had chosen his front door to knock on but nothing could have prepared him for what Chong was about to say. The criminal informed Lee that he had captured his son. Victor and if Lee ever wanted to see him again he would have to pay two billion Hong Kong dollars now. We was stunned. He asked where they had taken. Victor but Chong shook his head and repeated the demand. Two billion dollars or victor was dead. Shaking Lee tried to assess how he could gather the money he knew as well as Chong that if anyone could access billions of dollars at a moment's notice it was him his company. Cheung Kong Industries had made him a multi-billionaire and victor was in line for the throne but Lee wasn't worried about the money or his company. He just wanted his son back on your shortland. A professor in political economy assesses that in kidnapping for ransom cases. The hostage is returned alive about ninety percent of the time on. This is because the kidnapper is usually willing to negotiate in feasible deal can often be reached. Shortland also stresses that when faced with a ransom kidnapper dilemma. One should not immediately give in to the criminals demands. The hostage taker is likely to interpret this as evidence that more money is available and they will continue to up the ransom amount. Instead shortland advises keeping the criminal in the dark about one's financial resources. The captive will typically be released for a fraction of the original demand of course most individuals when faced with a kidnapper. Aren't thinking like rational business people. They're more concerned with the release of their loved. Ones and their minds are racing with worst case scenarios like torture and execution but wittingly or not Li ka-shing did the right thing shaking. He told Chung that he couldn't gather so much money at a moment's notice but he would try to come up with what he could. He certainly didn't give so much money lying about in his home. Leah's Chung if he could go to the bank for a withdrawal but the criminal shook his head this could arale suspicion and possibly alert the authorities when cheeky move on lease part and the whole plan could fall apart Lee understood and said he would do his best but he knew there was no way together that much money from inside the house under the supervision of Chung and his men Lee drained every hiding place and wallet in his home. He tried to come up with enough cash and valuables to satisfy the steep ransom demand. All the while worrying about his poor son finally having exhausted all his immediate resources. Li presented Chung with his loot. He knew it wasn't enough but he hoped Chung would settle for it surely he couldn't be expected together two billion if he wasn't even allowed to go to the bank. Lee watched with dread as the men counted their spoils. They were one billion short. Chung glared at Lea- incredulous. He could hardly believe that. A man as wealthy as Li ka-shing could only cough up half the amount on a smaller scale. Chong himself knew what it meant to be wealthy. His criminal escapades had paid off and his double life was lavish to him. Money was something to gamble with and enjoy and Chong's own home reflected. This opulence but Lee was a different breed. He was shrewd he invested. And he certainly didn't keep two billion dollars lying about his comparatively modest mansion once again. Li explained that he couldn't come up with two billion unless John allowed him to go to the bank and for the first time the criminal considered it he could get away with the full amount. If everything went smoothly but ultimately Chung couldn't risk it. If there was one place he had sworn never to go back to. It was prison. Besides one billion dollars was a lot of money. Five Times the amount he had obtained in his last airport robbery and it was plenty to fund his lavish lifestyle but grudgingly. He agreed to settle for one billion dollars half his original ask. He ordered Li ka-shing to pack up the money for him as Lee placed the cash. In bags he has Chong why he was doing this. Chung replied. I take unconventional steps to get rich. Money is the most important thing in life. But it's only me who can get away with kidnapping tycoons Charleena's men grabbed the bags of cash. Jong delivered a final warning if Lee or victor ever told the police about the kidnapping they would be dead. We nod and watched as the vans sped off into the night. Now all he could do was wait hoping that Chong would hold up his end of the bargain meanwhile victor was locked inside. Chun's hideout just over the border in mainland China. It had only been a few hours since his capture when his captors finally returned they blindfolded Victor and hurried him outside into a van as they drove. Victor imagined the worst. Perhaps they were taking him away to be murdered. His body could be buried somewhere. It would never be found and victor's family would never know why their son had disappeared. It was all too confusing and sickening for victor to come to grips with a few hours later. The van rolled to a stop. The car doors opened in several hands helped victor as he stumbled onto the sidewalk. He felt the crisp night air on his skin has one of his captors began untying his blindfold as it fell away. Victor recognized his surroundings. He was standing in the driveway of his father's house. In deep water. Bay Hong Kong Victor was bewildered. Was He being released? Was his family going to be harmed. He turned around and for the first time. Locked eyes with his captor the infamous Chunky Kong as victor stared at Chung. He could hardly register who this person was and what they wanted but before he could make sense of the situation. Chong stepped forward. He grabbed victor's face leaned in and planted a kiss on his forehead. Then he told victor he had been a good boy and he promised never to harm him or his family again back in his hideout. Chon divided the spoils amongst his comrades keeping forty percent for himself. He was happy that it pulled off. Such a new and brave stunt it was proof to Chung that. His master plan was feasible if he could kidnap the son of the wealthiest man in China and get away with it then he could kidnap anyone especially the rest of China's
Oregon mother with dementia missing since Thanksgiving, found in King County
"Eleven the king county sheriff's office posted this incredible story on Facebook a sixty eight year old Oregon woman diagnosed with dementia was found alive in king county about two months after she disappeared this is the area in Covington where deputies found the woman lying on the ground last month she was wearing the same clothes she had on when she disappeared back in November she was taken to the hospital to be treated for the flu and possible pneumonia her husband drove eight hours to pick her up it is still unclear how she made it all the way to Washington
DJ Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on David Mancuso
"We're joined today by a very special guest asked Colleen Murphy known to nightclubs the world as DJ. COSMO welcome colleen. We'll be talking later about Lydia lunch launch and featured writer Darrell easily. But let's start with the main reason we've asked you'd to enter the world's back pages cover they tell. Tell us a little bit of wells February. This year is the fiftieth. I Love David. Mine cruisers loft passes you playing in New York at the fiftieth anniversary of the music. Yes yeah would it be fed cycling. The you are sort of Dave Matthews representative on. I think that's a few days few people I think one thing. That's very important to say about the Loft and David is is that he didn't think the party was even just about him And it's really about a sense of community. I am one of the caretakers Roy. And that's how he would speak. Speak to me about it and then meet considered himself a caretaker of the loft. I mean it was very much she said like the loft is a given name. I should back up because he I started doing parties in his own. Home at six forty seven Broadway picture phone. Google Street still fibrous building. Think he started throwing informal party in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight years that I was born and he didn't really make them into proper weekly party. He is with a contribution until February fourteenth nineteen seventy and he called it. A love saves the day but then the law was given name because it was a law. People are you're going. Hey going over there to that. Law became the name of the Party. Yeah well let's go. I will go by. When did you first when you start really getting the music? When did you start? DJ -ING Myself. One thousand nine hundred eighty two when I was fourteen. Wow I had A. I was quite lucky. I had a radio station in my high school. Alive is ten watts got basically to the edges of my town. My small suburban New England towns where I was the only one that played music. That wasn't top forty already and that wasn't classic rock. Although we did have one Christian music special not my show and I had a radio show for four years so the first year I was actually playing fifties and sixties speak. Because I was really into that. I was reading my uncle's record collection at the time and I had grown up. My parents didn't listen to a lot of music music at home but when we listen to music in the car and a Sunday drive we listen to people like Wolfman Jack still had a syndicated radio show and another one was already woo Ginsburg art show and she was all like the all those oldies and I just knew them inside and out and then my uncle lived if down the street from me and I used to raid his record collection. Because I I was given A. Ge Trim Line Record Player portable record player. Hand me down when I was about twelve. And that's when I really started getting properly into albums. The first one was Moody Blues Days of Future Past. That was my first obsession. Actually there's a proper album album. That's twelve the following year but my first year in high school freshman year. I had that old show the next year I started to more expensive. Expansive kind of new wave shows GALVEZ Castillo. Lot of Elena lavish fifty. Two's a little bit hard core stuff do that. It was kind of coming out really into black flag and the evanger all sorts of like the T. scene and then the following year. I had a show my friend. Mary crusoe called PUNK FUNK and junk. And that's where the name Cosmo was born because she became remix remix and I came cozma because there was a bound electro bound call nucleus and they had their. Dj was 'cause Moan. It's yell. Cosmo Gimme a beat. We we had sweatshirts that we may with our names on the back. We rock around arguing. Glenn High School you know no one else really was into that music and and then my final year. I had a show called strawberry alarm clock because I was still into sixty stuff. There was the whole kind of Paisley popping that was going on and I was working at a record shop. It was this chain store at that time called strawberries and because I had a show in the morning I worked at strawberries. Strawberry alarm clock and that was very eclectic. Six show pickup from a strawberry alarm clock to Chardonnay to black flag. To I mean it was just whatever my found was so yeah. I think I'll all ten listeners. Left at ease from the to some discussions Our B let's pick trajectory. I mean having said got my first GIG that I went to was the funk. FESTS and Providence Rhode Island's gap one way grandmaster Melle and bark as it was also going to few kind of Electrobi- clubs and Roxbury like my mom knows this mom. If you're listening to before center later I was into of course prince you know and slept out for tickets for the purple rain tour later. The cleaners tonight on Worcester Massachusetts so but luckily in Boston. Because I was outside Boston. We have great radio because we had college. Radio stations actually also brown station to Providence. Had a really good funk show and we had kissed one away with Sunny Joe White and so it was a commercial kind of I hate saying the word black music because I just don't think music has a color but I was going to do it for simplicity's sake right now and I used to listen to his show to. This is quite eclectic. I wouldn't say that wasn't the music. I was collecting and really it was quite a trajectory because I moved to New York Nine hundred eighty six eighty six okay and I went to Nyu and the reason I picked NYU's. I had to get out of Boston. It had the best college radio stations in the country. And I knew that's what I wanted and I knew that's where I wanted to be an somehow. We scrambled together loans and scholarships and got there. Because I was the first kid in my family to go to university. It wasn't expected to make sure and I went in the first week to. WNYC stations that high want to work work here and that they became my it was my family was my home intact and I ended up becoming program director and into the whole bunch of radio shows including the anchor show which was the new the afternoon. Show which is a three and a half hour drive time show where we played everything from like Nick Cave to the Belgian stuff. That was coming out of the cold ways stuff to you know to the four. AD cocteau twins Dunkin downs to everything so that was great. And then after that I produced syndicated radio shows I interviewed a lot of these bounds. Probably hundreds of pounds really that was syndicated to I think. Two hundred radio stations across country college radio stations. It was called Music View. And I even like you know a huge butthole surfers found at that time tall leary fifteen times and I. I mean Nick Cave loads of people I kind of and then all the Brit- British stuff too. Because I had always been an anglophile because growing up I was really into new order. J in addition in the Smith and seeing all these bounds of the cure fats down on stage. You want to dismiss legendary Gigs Boston so I was really and an anglophile as well. I was interviewing lows of bands like the verve and away Sis Anita all these bounds as well but I started going to save his. Party's we'll probably find Jim Sullivan's review of that show where she danced on the stage. And then I looked it up before because it was less. It's amazing one thing that's amazing. What the Internet is you can find? Old Settlers started listening to my first grateful dead show over and over last week. Some army onto a slight like March twenty second nine hundred eighty seven. The opening of the Spring Tour in Virginia Beach started listening to that. And you can find all track lists and I can find a photo the butthole surfers show the channel that I went. I mean it's amazing what you can find so. I did research and the smiths that that Smith's game was quite a big
U.S. citizen died from coronavirus in China's Wuhan
"The corona virus numbers continue to grow global death toll is at least seven hundred twenty and the number of people infected is almost thirty five thousand another indications that the death toll includes the first US citizen that's according to the U. S. embassy in Beijing CBS news correspondent Remy Inocencio they confirm that a sixty eight year old U. S. citizen who had been diagnosed with coronavirus died at a hospital in Wuhan China will on being the epicenter of this epidemic and according to the embassy that person and died on February
American citizen dies from coronavirus in China
"Update the ripple effects of the corona virus continue to spread the first US citizen has died CBS is rainy Inocencio with the latest from the U. S. embassy in Beijing they confirm that a sixty eight year old U. S. citizen who had been diagnosed with coronavirus died at a hospital in Wuhan China will on being the epicenter of this epidemic in according to the embassy that person it died on February sixth on the cruise ship this quarantine in Japan is a California couple on a vacation turned nightmare KCBS TV is Candace crone spoke to them Jerry Cerati Goldman and her husband Carl are trying to keep their spirits high after being quarantined aboard a diamond princess cruise ship off the coast of Japan with sixty three cases of the
Houston woman accused of killing estranged husband after seeing him in girlfriend’s car
"Prosecutors say she admits to having a temper and being a ticking time bomb but defense attorneys for Harris County woman charged with shooting and killing or estranged husband insist she was in a sense I was we were the very beginning of this case and we're hoping that over the course of his will develop facts that are going to corroborate exactly what she has to say about that that said at this time this is our least come a long process sixty eight year old Caroline court appeared before the judge yesterday she's order to remain on house arrest while out on bond prosecutors say she shot sixty six year old ray court when he arrived to pick up his belongings and his new girlfriend's car
Woman who fatally shot her estranged husband admitted to having a bad temper, prosecutors say
"Prosecutors say she admits to having a temper and being a ticking time bomb but defense attorneys for Harris County woman charged with shooting and killing her estranged husband insists she's innocent I was here at the very beginning of this case and we're hoping that over the course of his will develop facts that are gonna corroborate exactly what she has to say about that that said at this time this is our least come a long process sixty eight year old Caroline court appeared before judge this morning she's ordered to remain on house of rest while out on bond prosecutors say she sighed sixty six year old ray court when he arrived to pick up his belongings in his new girlfriend's
Lou Ferrigno, TV's 'Hulk,' to become New Mexico sheriff's deputy
"An actor who's been a member of the volunteer Maricopa county sheriff's posse is about to become a deputy in New Mexico sixty eight year old Lou for it now will be deputized in Sapporo next week he's also been a reserve deputy in Los Angeles county in California name sound familiar bring no played the incredible hulk on television back in the