35 Burst results for "Sixty Eight Year"
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
Will Belichick overtake Shula for most NFL coaching wins?
"UP next we've got some stuff about don Shula so yesterday morning NFL coaching great don Shula passed away at the age of ninety this legendary head coach led the seventy to dolphins the only undefeated Super Bowl winning season in NFL history and he's the league's winningest head coach with three hundred forty seven victories it is thirty three years as a head coach yet thirty one winning season so this is gonna be a two parter wonder you swiping left or right on she was the greatest coach of all time and sue are you swiping left or right on bill Belichick passing should look for the all time wins record Belichick is currently at three oh four and he's sixty eight years old hello okay this is a tough one I I think in terms of numbers wise Hey it's easy to argue sure was a great devotee estamos Wednesday I mean that that's thirty one winning seasons is is absolutely astounding number I just I don't know if I could call the greatest out of there so many of the coaches that jump to mind Adela check is one of of course he still you know active lan parties name is on the damp trophy so I think that counts for something there's been so many great coaches to identify L. history so I'm going to hesitantly swipe left on calling sure the greatest of all time I think he's on mount Rushmore but I don't know if I would call him the greatest ever and as far as Bella check goes if bill Belichick wants to break the record I think bill Belichick will break the record I that'll come down to more of a desire how long does he want to coach you know sure coasted to a pretty late age so if Belichick is able to coach to that age that's similar age range I think he does it because bill Belichick is is an astounding head coach I do think he is also a conversation for greatest coach ever so I do I'm a swipe right on a double check the bench we breaking that record the celebration is gonna stop because it's gonna be monotone as they all get out he might not even crack a smile but I do think he's going to get us on the swipe right on
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
Queen delivers first-ever Easter message filled with hope: 'Coronavirus will not overcome us'
"Over sixty eight year reign the queen of England has had very little to say to the public publicly been a very low key rain but in Britain Buckingham palace's again released a special recorded message this one an Easter message from the queen via Twitter we know that coronavirus phone option overcomes this dog can be particularly for those suffering with grief live a life of great only her fourth address to the nation happened last weekend when the prime minister ended up in intensive care having been diagnosed with COPD in
Queen Elizabeth calls for unity during the coronavirus pandemic in rare televised address
"Queen Elizabeth of England offered a special televised address to her nation amid the covert nineteen pandemic in what was just the fifth time she's done such a thing in her sixty eight year reign in her speech the queen acknowledge that this is an increasingly challenging time and that lives everywhere being disrupted in any number of ways she thanked workers on the front lines with the National Health Service
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
"sixty eight year" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Was able to sixty eight year old man from Jamaica he's a man he has three children he worked as a school counselor he had history of surgery in the past you had surgery on his prostate sad to say in Jamaica there's a lot of prostate cancer in the Caribbean there's a lot of prostate cancer and sad to say he had surgery on his prostate he was left impotent and incontinent he was treated with surgery fifteen years earlier he's been impotent no erections no sexual activity for fifteen years since the age of fifty and he's leaking urine for fifteen years and then he was diagnosed more recently about three years ago with my loan money went to one of the big hospitals for myeloma myeloma is a cancer of the blood system and he started on chemotherapy one of these super pooper big hospitals and the well he was been in pain he's in terrible pain and it seems like so often the chemo doctors just keep on giving chemo even though he's in pain when there could be better treatment and he was in so much pain in the chemo wasn't helping him the pain was persistent he thought is going to die from the pain you could die from the cancer also then you came to us because he had this terrible pain we got a scan of him and we found this large destructive mass eating through is hip and so often we see patients with cancer who have pain and it seems as if everyone's oblivious the pain keeps on getting worse the chemo keeps on calm of the pain is there the pain of the pain the pain and the chemo the chemo or does it impacted to never meet and so so many people with cancer come.
U.S. citizen with coronavirus dies in China as WHO to send envoy
"And appeared first in the global coronavirus outbreak the US embassy in Beijing has confirmed the death of a U. S. citizen for responded Robbie 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 sixth the wheel Handcock wrote a virus has killed more than eight hundred people globally but as he would have used medical editor Dr Brian McDonough reports the death of one American overseas is not cause for alarm we certainly know that a small percentage of people exposed to corona virus could die from it so the death of an American is not expected if you get a group of people from the entire world in one area and those people are exposed a certain percentage will succumb to the virus so it's not like Americans are more at risk or at greater risk it's more location and exposure that determines that well the hand at five this has killed more than eight hundred people globally as we said of the over thirty seven thousand people infected there only twelve confirmed cases in the US but global death tolls of the new virus exceeds that of
U.S. citizen died from coronavirus in China's Wuhan
"Desk and appeared first in the global coronavirus outbreak US embassy in Beijing has confirmed the death of a US citizen 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 sixth and the Wuhan coronaviruses killed more than eight hundred people so far globally okay bye W's medical editor Dr Brian McDonough says the death of one American overseas is not falls for alarm here we certainly know that a small percentage of people exposed to corona virus could die from it so the death of an American is not expected if you get a group of people from the entire world in one area and those people are exposed a certain percentage will succumb to the virus so it's not like Americans are more at risk or at greater risk it's more location and exposure that determines that end of the thirty seven thousand people so far infected there are
U.S. citizen with coronavirus dies in China
"In an apparent first in the global to run over excuse me coronavirus outbreak the US embassy in Beijing is confirmed the death of a U. S. citizen to the disease as correspondent Remi Inocencio with more 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 sixth now the corona virus has killed more than seven hundred twenty people around the world the K. one of use medical editor Dr Brian McDonough says that the death of one American overseas is not cause for alarm here in the states we certainly know that a small percentage of people exposed to corona virus could die from it so the death of an American is not expected if you get a group of people from the entire world in one area and those people are exposed a certain percentage will succumb to the virus so it's not like Americans are more at risk or at greater risk it's more location and exposure that determines that now the nearly thirty five thousand people infected worldwide there are just twelve confirmed cases here in the United
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
First American dies from coronavirus
"First in the global coronavirus outbreak the U. S. embassy in Beijing is confirmed the death of a U. S. citizen here's correspondent ready in those inocencia they confirm that a sixty eight year old U. S. citizen who had been diagnosed with coronavirus died at a hospital in Wuhan China Wuhan being the epicenter of this epidemic and according to the embassy that person and died on February sixth Han coronaviruses killed more than seven hundred twenty people around the
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
"The ripple effects of the corona virus continue to spread the first U. S. 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 Wuhan being the epicenter of this epidemic and according to the embassy that person and died on February sixth on the cruise ship that is quarantine in Japan is a California couple on a vacation turned nightmare KCBS TV is Candace crone spoke to
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
"sixty eight year" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Now politicians attorneys general prosecutors can say sixty eight year old addict i'm looking out for you yeah and i doubt i doubt seriously that this does anything for addiction a really do because you're not going to stop making these these powerful exactly Just as settling tobacco lawsuits did noth-. did nothing the stop the product if it was just a giant norms money grabbing warriors not wealthy money grab it's a money grab granted there are millions of people who don't know to handle these handle the opioid they don't want to become addicts i mean physically become addict i'm not going to minimize that i'm not gonna do it but the issue of you being deceived i challenged that assertion and your comment about the cigarettes hang on there's nobody after nineteen sixty four that did not know with a certain should not be smoke the surgeon general's report i agree without me there is no way that anyone i'm not saying we we didn't have generations of parents and grandparents or anyone from pre nineteen sixty four honor post nineteen sixty four on the not suffer the effects of cigarette smoke it's bad for you but we cannot say we didn't know that's not true i doubt if anybody ever went to their doctor and their doctor said you smoke yeah whatever pre sixty four you had a believe might had a big case yes absolute auto sixty four when it came out on the cigarette packs yeah smoking is dangerous to your health The argument that we were tricked into smoking. no we physically we became addicts i'm just saying what is the proof that people in dick williams academy for example you were tricked into the pain meds who probably have saturated the market who've probably saturated the industry the fact that you can't use cannabis while i guess maybe soon you can but is r._g. driving in i think the over under is going to be in six years how legislative sessions win the population is going to turn the texas becomes lest less rural state in more of a suburban saint stats would you let me finish you mock a mocking laugh i was six years fix is when it will series the over on five the under on ten it's it yeah yeah that's three the not free more legislative sessions that anyone no one cares about mississippi it doesn't matter anyway but that you know that it was something legal there no i did know show everything else is awful there so you might as well be of can i can't believe they they they are bottom of everything in healthcare and education everything i know But. i keep waiting to hear this this argument that patients you may have been wronged by your doctor and you may maybe the doctors have the septic climate what what is what is the deceptive claim that it's not not addictive that it is not addictive but your doctor would tell you the pharmacist with to tell you the nurse would he have your surgery would tell you this is the dictator that's it it's not going to stop us from being addicts it just it can happen but then again some people that doesn't happen a lot of money by county by county lawsuits and what is that really going to do for addiction i don't know what it's gonna do for addiction i call on this i think it says usual political play it's people who feel victimized who are suffering horribly no arguments they're not but i don't think any prosecutor is going to help your addiction i don't think i don't think them settling for ten billion dollars is going to change addiction level we're at ten billion gonna go you know where it's going to go lawyers we know that the lawyers and go to the state to do absolutely goodness knows what's gonna be for pharmaceutical cover be the cost of doing business is it really going to break up the the the noncompetitive world of pharmaceuticals if now competitive that would be challenged on a different level that's got to have to take federal action to do that i agree that today the argument of transparency is being flooded sure but i don't know that there's evidence it's a competitive industry but that's not what they're arguing you got so many williamson county saying oh i got a bunch of suffering and they're gonna love to hear me go sue these guys And what's that gonna do for them? is it pay back i what is it i don't know what it is i mean even the cigarette i don't think the cigarette cases even went to the county level did they know they went to the state level yeah They went to the state illegal. I mean, if, if it's such an unhealthy product cigarettes here. Why is it legal? why well it's a it's a multi layered thing we still have our federal government who gives subsidies back oh farmers saying do not to plant tobacco instead of suing them why not just say the product is no longer legal Done. done are you going to do that with big macs are you going to do that with beer wine our liquor hey just asking Day. you can do a lot more damage than he can't have a cigarette a day well we're not we're not but the is not having one a day it's having fifty a day we're not we're not claiming that you are no one's making the claim that your adversely affected by the cigarettes we made the claim you were tricked into becoming a cigarette addict and then we didn't do anything about it why isn't the same thing as heroin if there really were out for your heroines illegal illegal i know if it's so bad for you then why don't you want the same politicians instead of getting paid off why don't you want them just to make it illegal why won't they these opioids have gone through if federal federal drug testing it ain't legal they go through the food and drug administration heroin is never been through the food drug back it's about health about money yeah absolutely it's about about money is i know the cigarette thing was maybe there's a better argument for ox oxycontin but cigarette thing i did hear anybody say why are we even doing this why don't we just outlaw the product ed clements afternoons three to seven on newsradio k._l._b._j. five ninety a._m. and ninety nine point seven f._m. that.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on AP News
"This evening for his role in the killing of four people in nineteen Ninety-seven. The forty one year old was nineteen and took part in the slayings of a sixteen year, old friends father, his father's girlfriend, and her two young daughters because the friend was angry his dad wouldn't let him drive, his pickup truck in Tennessee. Sixty eight year old Don Johnson has spent most more than half his life on death row for the nineteen Eighty-four killing of his wife. Also died by lethal injection in his dying moments Johnson, who became a seventh day. Adventists imprison ask for forgiveness uttered a long prayer and saying to hymns his last words were witnesses could here were no more dying here. The governors of both states declined to step in President Trump announces a proposal to change the name. Immigration laws in a sunny rose garden, the president skipped much of his usual, hardline rhetoric and said the new policy will vote, secure the southern border and recruit. Top talent to America, which he says, is left out in a system, favouring family based immigration. We discriminate against genius. We discriminate against brilliance. He says his plan will favor those with high level, skills and grease out those with relatives here. The president alternately called for Democrats to back the plan and said they support lawless chaos. Republicans have yet to embrace it. Never mind, Democrats, and the prospects of a deal seem bleak as next year's election approaches saga megani, at the White House, top congressional leaders got a classified briefing on Iran today, many other lawmakers, criticized the White House for not keeping them informed. Earlier today, President Trump was asked by a reporter..
"sixty eight year" Discussed on AP News
"The seeping whereas role in the killing four people in nineteen ninety seven. The forty one year old was nineteen took part in the slayings of a sixteen year, old friends father, his father's girlfriend, and her two young daughters because the friend was angry his dad wouldn't let him drive, his pickup truck in Tennessee. Sixty eight year old Don Johnson spent most more than half his life on death row for the nineteen Eighty-four killing of his wife. Also died by lethal injection in his dying moments Johnson, who became a seventh day. Adventists imprison ask for forgiveness uttered along prayer and saying to him 's his last words, witnesses could here were no more dying here. The governors of both states declined to step in President Trump says a proposal to change the nation's immigration laws, sunny rose garden. The president skipped much of his usual hardline rhetoric. Said the new policy will vote secure the southern border and recruit top talent to America, which he says, left out in a system favoring family based immigration. We discriminate against genius. We discriminate against brilliance. He says his plan will favor those with high level skills and agrees out those with relatives here. The president alternately called for Democrats to back the plan and said they support lawless chaos. Republicans have yet to embrace it. Never mind. Democrats in the prospects of deal seem bleak as next year's election approaches saga megani at the White House. Top congressional leaders got a classified briefing on Iran today, many other lawmakers criticize the White House for not keeping them informed. Earlier today, President Trump was asked by reporters..
"sixty eight year" Discussed on 710 WOR
"What about a sixty two year old woman born in New York City. She I got sick about three years ago. She had nausea, she lost seventy five pounds. She went from one hundred and fifty to seventy five pounds. She was seen by doctors. They found a mass in the long they started chemotherapy on her. And she's a smoker. We of course to stop smoking. We know that if you stop smoking you'll live longer on average, and she's been on this chemo for a year and a half, and she didn't chemo chemo came. Oh, and well, she's not getting better says a brother died of pancreatic cancer, shoes, sixty two born in New York City. I examined her says metastatic cancer doing poorly, we advise to get fully staged up to see exactly where the cancer is fantasy your back, and then offer treatment that has a better chance of helping this woman talking about a sixty eight year old man born in Puerto Rico. He came with his landlady had a melanoma, which is one of the most aggressive cancers of the left eye. His left eye was removed it had symptoms for a year at Penn and the. The I a black spot in the eye, and he was seen by doctors at three or four. The biggest hospitals who is scheduled for cataracts cataract surgery surgeries canceled. It was an plan for emergency surgery for a torn Radna, but is found not to have a torn retina but melanoma went to the other hospital where eventually is I was removed. Now, he's lost twenty pounds. He's gone from two hundred and eighteen pounds two hundred and ninety seven pounds. He's a smoker again and advised him to stop smoking. And he's never got staged up. They never looked at whether this cancer has traveled. He brought was brought in by his landlady because she was so caring and loving towards him and trying to make sure you've got the best possible care, and she had a great question said, please Dr Liederman, please tell us if the cancer is travel. I said Madame that's exactly what we do here. That's exactly what I would suggest and I agree with you one hundred percent. And we're staging them up completely. The this melanoma one of the most vicious cancers has spread and I can tell you that we have an extensive experience treating metastatic. Melanoma anywhere in the body deliver the long the bones brain with noninvasive treatment, and we do. So because we have the first experience the longest experience of vast experience, treating thousands of patients with primary and metastatic cancers. And so this gentleman they cut out his eye without looking to see if the ganster traveled we do things differently here at radio surge in New York where we will stay up to patient find where the cancer is report back to the cancer patient and the family and the loved ones, and then tell you about the cancer give you copies of the documents. None of the other doctors three other hospitals. None of the other. Doctors are hospitals gave him any reports about a situation. So we ended up calling and contacting his doctors and hospitals to get all the records for him..
"sixty eight year" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Age twenty. Eight sixty eight year and be multimillionaire and you're going to own a house during that time One hundred percent, of the time I mean really it's, just going to happen these, always millionaires we talked to all the tunnel the millionaire theme our it's exactly what they do Chelsea is with us in Indianapolis high Chelsea how are you I'm. Good Dave how are you better, than, I. Deserve what's up So, we currently rent in our landlord is about to sell the house and we live in the middle of cornfields. Pretty much, and. There are no real places to rent around us I just got a, settlement from a car accident and we have about twenty, thousand dollars in the Bank we're on maybe step two And we are looking into a. Couple of options for moving We have the option to buy a ten. Thousand dollar trailer and, put it on my parents property in it may. Need gutted so you may have some more money into it Our other option stop okay that's three dumb things in one thing renovation trailer and on your parents land. These none of none, of this sound smart is sounds like triple dumb Right You're gonna get yourself in a. Mess number one trailers go down in, value renovated. Trailers go down in value, faster and you're stuck on your parents. Property you're never gonna own. Anything and if you do on, rich you can't sell it because, mama I want you to sell place next tour Right next option that one. In good Next my. Husband's, parents have apartment, above the garage okay Stay in.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Spock so i'm gonna give you the platform here for one second to tell me why it's okay for a sixty eight year old beautiful woman such as yourself to marry a twenty one year old beautiful woman such as herself wow it's love right and you can't put a price on live and and love knows no age and you know the younger they are angry so you haven't made the full switch it if i were still with crash but you know but you haven't done the full switch on you still have switches still have some of you you have some of your old parts let's put it that way like maybe maybe that's why the reverse chad maybe that's why caitlyn is interested i call it the reverse chaz you want one of those reverse very quickly because we got a feeling allen hunt is gonna start playing music within seconds one more story all right during a washington redskins cheerleader photo shoot in two thousand thirteen the girls were asked to pose topless while spectators invited by the team looked on and then later that night they had to go out and be kind of like escort girls the girls say there were no sex redskins football teams have clients i guess college football you want money right you want why are you.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"But what you're describing does sound like it sort of matches a known condition i think we mentioned in the original episode known as hyper familiarity for unknown faces or h f f and just to talk about a quick study on this published in pillow us one in two thousand fifteen called neuro functional signature of hyper familiarity for unknown faces the definition is that quote it is a rare selective disorder that consists of the disturbing an abnormally feeling of familiarity for unknown faces while recognition of known faces as normal so it's not that you can't recognize people you can recognize people normally but you're also constantly recognizing people who are not the people you think they are so this was a case study of g n who is a sixty eight year old woman with selective familiarity for unknown faces and the author is did a multimodal brain imaging study on what happened when she saw and recognized or did not recognize familiar and unfamiliar faces they you see scanning and fm or i together with behavioral measures to to see what was going on in behaviorally she had essentially much lower discrimination since the tippety between familiar and unfamiliar faces the normal controls and in light of this lower discrimination basically her brain was biased toward classifying faces as familiar so what was actually happening in the brain well the authors say that there appeared to be atrophy and low functioning of the left hemisphere temporal regions so the left side of the brain is underperforming compared to what it would normally be doing in recognizing faces and then at the same time quote hyper familiarity feelings were selectively associated with enhanced activity in the right medial and inferior temporal court ases so it looks like the face recognition process involves regions of both the left and the right hemisphere and they do different things there if the left hemisphere is underperforming.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Substance abuse program really come on kids in pain here's nothing you probably won't see on your social media this is big when i saw this i was like whoa apparently the two koreas are discussing official end their sixty eight year war because i thought the korean war was over in nineteen fiftythree apparently they're still going at which apparently i know this i read the news i actually want to think that it's probably the olympics that got started but you know what i want to thank you remember that show i don't know if you've seen the show sam better late than ever with william shatner and terry bradshaw they went to the demilitarized zone they i think i think that's i think that's what started they actually go to the demilitarized just hollywood now they totally faked the whole thing they didn't know that and it was a prank but i think that's sorry south and north korea are discussing plans to announce an official end to the military conflict between the two countries that are still technically at war a direct phone line between moon cam of course the two presidents will be maybe connected on friday and apparently it's gonna come to an end interesting to korea's i wonder if they're going to change their north korean south korea they going to be the korea and then who's trump tweeted north korea or south korea they're not gonna be one country they're just going to be two separate countries who aren't at war anymore well what they're going to more of us are getting back to one country i don't think that country yeah you're probably right so long as they don't bother us as long as rocket man didn't send that stuff over here i'm fine speaking over there this is something you probably won't see newsfeed japan to try the world's first urine tests to spot cancer i found this interesting because right now you can only test urine by blood so apparently a japanese firm is poised to carry out what is hell is.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Here's a sixty eight year old do you know the difference they consume the videos and the pictures and the words to a higher degree and so i really need you to wrap your head around the fact that facebook and instagram have ungodly attention that the ad product on those two platforms are disproportionately underpriced and that that is where you should be trading not because i like facebook or instagram but because i want to be historically correct and i have one real micro regret in my business career not passing on uber angel rounds not other things because those things are kind of come and go there's a lot of variables that go into it no the one time when i knew what i was doing but i didn't go all in when i was building my dad's liquor store google adverts came out and i bought every wine term for five cents a click and i owned everyone term you can imagine for five and ten cents a click from australia wine to barrosa valley right to penfolds grange nineteen ninetyfour like every skew top middle understand i was getting customers for forty to eighty cents a piece that we're worth ten fifteen dollars for me but i couldn't wrap my head around how special that moment was i was young right i didn't have experienced i was just learning about print and outdoor and direct mail all working because of the macro product i created pricewise and selection wise but i sit back and when i hear i built dad's store from three to sixty million and everyone's like i'm like fuck that guy that guy should've built it from three to two hundred fifty million if he was smart enough to take his energy and money away from print and radio and television and direct mail and put it all into google because google had that moment where it was grossly underpriced my friends who was the biggest advertiser on google from to.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"In jail is in prison in memphis tennessee and on saturday he asked to sixty eight year old grandma sarah griffin to smuggle in a cell phone for him so she is doing something wrong and she's aware of it he had a friend give her a bag to read with the cell phone inside and she passed it to him the guards the exchange though and asked to look at the bag and it turned out that wasn't a cell phone it was matt ecstasy heroin and pain killers wrapped in black electrical tape now so grandma did not even look inside the bag to see what she was smuggling she just handed it over and it turns out she is now busted she's facing a contraband charge is facing six years but they're gonna do not make the old lady served xinjiang radiation proudly me they fine yeah well how old is she she sixty eight and i thought he had judge saying you know what you sixty eight you're supposed to be smarter than smuggling anything the jail and how and now we know maybe why your kid or your grandson is in trouble in the first place at you you're a derelict grandma yeah throw book at her his l bad guy this is a strange okay i grew up on the oreo i used to get home from school and i would have similar ios with milk dunker that's my thing yeah like horya like when that cookie get soft enough that you can bite through the soft cookie to the hard sugaring in between i think guide moved on to other drugs by the time the double stuff came out and i would tell us a little too much and i was onto the hardstaff you know the doobie wedin shura the beer in that ever wasn't your drunk of no i moved on for sure uh i don't know when the double staff came out but this stories about the fact that there are twenty nine different oreos on sale in stores right now 29 just like flavors and said yeah that's a i don't feel like i see the flavors i feel like the only ones i ever see are the ones in the blue you know the brown cookie in the white filling a food writer for thrill list bought all of them tasted amalean says the cinnamon bond is.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"A moron i just cps workers how old's your husband oh what are you going to drugs the sixty eight year old do bug weapon he your husband is a mathematics at sixty eight overlap to move well or what will pay you and and they told of told me that i don't have no right my grand that's correct jody that is that is correct you have rights to your grandchild assuming that the parental rights have taken a been taken away from the parents anna's in of that if they've been taken away then you have probably you the first step in uh to get custody but the parents can always come back and ask for custody again because parents always prevail so that show that so that the child was taken away right jody war all laura bush's five you've adoptable in our jody they're not gonna adopt him out unless the parents relinquish writes in you can't come in and stop that jody you don't have the right to come in and stop that in the answer is yes you get an attorney jodi yes but when it's all said and done you get a family law torney who has done this if you don't have when you go to handle an ally dot com you are going to need an attorney to unravel this jody wife barbara okay yep yeah is there are times and you heard me say many many times you don't need a lawyer now when it comes to one of those fear talking about custody if you're talking about grandparents coming in now here's the problem here's the uphill battle for four jody is she asked you grandparents have rights nothing compared to parents grandparents will have rights as a default as opposed to primary rights now it can be argued that the child be far better off with the grandparents then of course being adopted out wide because grandparents already have a relationship the child was already living there there's a clause i parental relationship uh now overcoming that is idiot hutt sixty eight year old husband who is a map head i grade he's a tweaker behind woody time for an attorney for sure uh mike hello mike hi i'm i'm one of three brothers about i'm all died about a year ago and they're just trash but i'm on it because they're.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"That asean it's clearly harden move reports in birmingham more pushing traditional values he says he reflects them doug jones democratic rival framing the election is the way for alabama to reject its history of politicians with baggage that hampers that stick wpro news time is six though lawn top story here at home a second suspect is turned him self in connection with all those knifepoint stick ups across the region east providence police announcing the 17yearold turned himself into police on sunday that teen and a nineteen year old stoughton massachusetts youth expected of four knifepoint robberies across the region incidents in taunton rain hammered pawtucket in east providence is these providence robbery sixty eight year old customer ended up being stabbed when he tried to intervene channel twelve is reporting that the teachers' union president providence school superintendent school board share in the mirror all going to meet this morning union upset about the summary suspension of schoolteachers they say the kids are actually taunting the teachers with bogus to allegations of wrongdoing wpro business news the long winddown of beni comes to an end later today the last location left standing is going to close today in greenville's we all know the owners and announced earlier this year there paul the plug at the iconic rhode island retailer they cited declining sales are also headed for two retirements the carpi and out a real estate group purchased more than two dozen of those clothes bettys locations with re development plans to cross the region finally jane fonda is marking her eightieth birthday and she used add to raise million dollars for your foundation twotime oscar winner held the eight.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on WTVN
"Um when shall see people say you must resign when someone accuses you well i get that i mean they have so that's nonsense we're going to talk about roy more we're going to defend him i don't particularly care for this guy and then later on on the show we're gonna talk about a death penalty we do have a death penalty case here in franklin county at all talk about the case itself uh by do you wanna talk about the death penalty and if you have kids are grandkids and this is in the news you got kind of figure out what your position is going to be what is your position on the death penalty have spent time learning about the duff tony why we have it where it came from what are the limits on it why do we care i mean if a guy he commits murder is found guilty why not just throw him and sparky right i mean whiteblond waiting all these years to to flip a switch we're going to talk about the death penalty as well here on for the defence on 610 wtvn if you're just joining us we have uh also interestingly there's this sixty eight year old senator era coups naked picture of himself popped up on social media and that sex thing right drew was clearly sex thing somebody and that somebody yards in the middle of the divorce with his wife he had a relationship somebody his decision to take a picture who oftens and attack who wants to who who who wants to see a sixty eight year old man's distended belly and family jewels uh may nobody knows it is so here's what's great about this if it's just like some someone in their twenties and thirty teenagers things like a juvenile it's adolescent don't do that finger wack if europe fat white sixty eight year old senator now we're talking about this needs to be against the law when you're gets out in the world discussions about um we need to make this illegal haired high a we gotta make sure there's no other fat white gazzar's sending a naked pictures the.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"What's rule was gardena shining girl but in this day and age shit that could come back to haunt you finally the sick fuck of the week over a dozen years after a career criminal raped a sixty eight year old woman in her home he came face to face with the victim whose now eighty two how is this guy still alive a career criminal he raped a sixty eight year old woman the 'prave man where else can this guy be locked what k hold older age or you're a woman says he should be electrocuted and i say good she converting them face to face this piece of shit and he showed up into court not a more ghanem how are these guys not walking with a limp from gin that wonder brit bag and beaten coming there were black eyes bloody lips busted not busted nose broken elbows all kind of shit yeah police work that's what i would say yeah he struggle hey g tried to jump out of the first floor we will we we saved them and and i saw that they said this was a hawking guy that needed actually two pairs of handcuffs to secure his arms behind his back day i that's it i am wrap poor stereo podcasts were done on fake moment either i like the unofficial official political correspondent the iron repport stereo podcast we told you the 30th new york city we will be at the grammercy theater during our thing live and director michael rappaport gmo nettie gatey's the iron wrap poor stereo podcast we out.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on WTVN
"One who struck and killed sixty eight year old lindan linda evans this she was out jogging last monday morning along park metal road kaufman told investigators he taken medication and that had made him sleepy before the crash had teenager was detained in san francisco after jumping from a plane moments after it landed at kobe airlines flight from panama was still the tarmac and says the seventeen year old popped open an emergency exit door over the wing slid down at took off running the people next to him they seem as well so i don't think he was like giving too many like warning signs that he is going to do that construction workers tackle the teen and held him until police got there in some of those on the flight say investigators question passengers who were sitting next to that teenager teachers encompass city schools are demanding a better contract teacher's union members rallied last night outside the school board offices calling for a deal that includes more benefits negotiations are underway now on a new contract union leaders say a strike could happen though rather than along the current con contractor to renew automatically and dayton public schools getting ready for a possible teacher's strike you're planning to have six hundred substitutes in the classrooms if the teacher's unions walks up on august 11th radio 610 wtvn sport any as a 1210 lose their bosses cody alan gives up a threerun gain ending home or the bottom of the ninth to the red sox christian vasquez alan talks about the loss at six fifteen reds win nine one over pittsburgh clippers win three two over indianapolis the scarlett in grady tmobile issue basketball loves eliminated in double overtime in the semi finals of the two milliondollar basketball tournament and the football black ice practice again yesterday are off today for fourstar 247 tuned 105 seven his own from the central ohio honda dealers sports desk matt of kuwaitis radio 610 wtvn on can't steven stay connected to columbus and central ohio on the hour thirty minutes past and his news breaks scattered showers and storms his abc six meteorologist andrew buck michael otherwise partly cloudy wednesday eighty six sixty seven now at your severe weather station news radio six tin wtvn somehow spring disappeared and you can hardly believe that summers here and you've done nothing with your landscape this is they've care.
"sixty eight year" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The pdas has been especially critical of the mayor's trip to germany wins news time nine twenty five police in new jersey they're trying to track down a robber who beat a gas station attendant with a ranch sunday night was all captured on video the sixty eight year old attended never saw coming the robber coming from behind inside a shed on the gas station property and bashing him with a wrench in the head and shoulder sixtyeightyearold a tenant i went to the ground the attacker than dragged him out of that shed and behind the gas station left him there at the shell on river road in summit after the beating the suspect grab seven hundred dollars in cash and ran off that gestation worker taken a morris time medical center cuts and his head as well as a couple of broken ribs he is recovering still in the hospital we have the survey allan's video 10time wins dot com it is warm real feel already ninety the temperature 83 where to get to ninety three and a thermometer real feels accu weather says a hundred here by this afternoon wins news time nine twenty six us get a live report bloomberg money watch andrew o'day just a little bit higher our stock futures as we wait for the opening bell not quite four minutes from now right now sp futures gaining two points nasdaq dow futures each gaining three points could be a tough slog because we saw such a gained yesterday in fact a good enough game for the dow to set a new record high especially janet yellen returns to capitol hill today after her comments yesterday on tame inflation keeping interest rate hikes in low gear this year we see more signs of only modest price pressures the june producer price index which measures inflation at the wholesale level rose a tenth of a point after no change it may expert the forecast a flat reading again or go the ppi was two percent higher but that was down from the nearly two and a half percent gain the month before a rise in the cost of services was hotter than the money that went toward goods fewer people were in line for firsttime unemployment benefits last week the.