35 Burst results for "Sixty Seven Years"

Actor Rick Moranis sucker punched while walking in NYC

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Actor Rick Moranis sucker punched while walking in NYC

"Actor Rick Moranis from Ghostbusters fame was sucker punched on a New York City street and police have the video and are looking for the guy who did it the sixty seven year old is okay according to his representative and thankful for everyone's concern Rick Moranis was walking on Central Park west Thursday when surveillance video shows a man in an I love New York hoodie punch him in the head rattus falls to the ground in pain as the man just walks away the actor went to the hospital and reported it to police the NYPD calls it a random unprovoked assault it happened a few blocks from the apartment building where Moran this is character lived in the movie Ghostbusters Vince Clarke though if you master of goals are recording this is name is Louis telling there's on Central Park last he was also in Spaceballs and honey I shrunk the kids he put acting aside in the late nineties to focus on raising his children but it's made occasional appearances since Julie Walker New York

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Working Smarter Not Harder

Secular Buddhism

05:56 min | 3 weeks ago

Working Smarter Not Harder

"In this podcast episode, I wanted to share some of my thoughts regarding the topic of effort. So in Buddhism we follow what's called the eightfold path. These are eight specific. That you focus on to live a more mindful life and the eight areas are right understanding right intent, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration and I've talked about these general I've talked about the eightfold path in general in the podcast before I mentioned it of course in my book. And I wanted to discuss some thoughts that I have regarding one specific aspect which is effort. So if you visualize real quick, the symbol of Buddhism is a wheel with spokes and these eight spokes represent these specific areas, these eight areas, and some people have divided these into three general groups, the group of pertaining to wisdom, which would be understanding and intent. The group related to ethical conduct, which would be speech action livelihood. Then, the group pertaining to mental discipline, which would be effort, mindfulness and concentration. And again I've mentioned this before but I've never taken the time to share thoughts regarding one specific spoke of the of the wheel and today wanted to do that with with regards to effort. Now, anytime, you encounter the eightfold path, you'll you'll typically hear it described as right this and right that right understanding right intent and so on. I've mentioned before that I prefer the term skillful because of skillful means being such a prevalent concept in. Buddhism. It's not right versus wrong. It's more of skillful versus unskillful. So I would like to talk about effort in terms of skillful effort versus unskillful effort. and. This kind of conjures up the expression that I'm sure you've heard which is that we can work smarter not harder and. I this is the first time. I've kind of correlated all of this in terms of Buddhist practice, and that's because over the past few weeks. I've been busy doing a lot of flying I had an eight day workshop where I was teaching for new pilots how to fly. Followed by an eight day, fly in, which is a gathering and you have vendors there and they're showcasing their equipment, and then all of the attendees were spending Oliver Time doing as much flying as possible just for the fun of flying. So it's a really fun event but I've been gone from my family and from my home for the past two weeks on the road doing all this work, and for during the first week working with four new students, I had this thought of skillful effort because of an experience that I had. So I had four new students and one student really stood out to me he joined the class. Several months ago he signed up for training and he expressed his concern I due to his age sixty seven years old and as you start reaching, I would say your mid sixties You know it's common for some people to lose a little bit of their strength. But to complicate things further for him, he he has Parkinson's disease. So he was a little bit worried about how those complications would factor into doing all this physical effort that it takes to learn to fly a pair motor, and for those of you who don't know the process of learning to fly. One of these entails strapping a motor to your back. That's usually sixty to seventy pounds and then running with that and and running to the point where you're going fast enough to take off, we don't have. Wheels in in powered paragliding at least not in the foot lunch powered paragliding, which is what I do. Our we are wheels are our feet. So you have to be able to run up to a certain speed to be able to take off just like an airplane has to get up to a certain amount of speed before it lifts off the ground, it's the same for us, but we don't have wheels. So has to be our feet. And student was a little bit concerned as as was I. I told him if if you're determined to learn, we'll spend all the time that it takes. If it goes beyond the eight days of a takes weeks or months, I will continue to spend that time with you and teach you as long as you put in, you know the the effort that it's GonNa take to do it, and that was kind of how we left things and then the day came for training to start. He was little nervous I was certainly a little nervous. And he did remarkably well and this is where I started to see and experience first hand what skillful effort looks like he knew himself so well. He knew at what time heating to take his medication he knew how long it would take before the meditate medication started to kick in. He knew when the window was opened for him to go out and start practicing and doing all the effort and the work it was going to take to learn and perhaps more importantly, he knew when that window was closing and he would be the first to shut it down and say, okay, I'm done I can't keep practicing because he knew that as the medication wore off and his Parkinson's kicked in stronger. Those were not skilful times to continue practicing and continue trying to push himself. And as I observed this over the course of several days. I was pleasantly surprised to see how quickly he was learning because of the effort he was putting in and it wasn't. It wasn't that he was trying really hard as he was trying in a very smart way he knew when to be trying and when not to be trying.

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Lange Twins Old Vine Zinfandel 2017

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:01 min | Last month

Lange Twins Old Vine Zinfandel 2017

"Cheap. Wine. Dot Com. Review we put on the. CHEAP WINE FINDER DOT com website Levin years, and going strong. And today we have. Wine. Let me grab the bottle of lane twins. State. Older, by Zinfandel. Lodi. LISTSERV fifteen dollars and I found for twelve ninety nine for this is not an expensive why? And the stateline they own. Several vineyards. ONUM. It's all bears and the Lodi Appalachian, which is the Central Valley. Most. Most wind come from the coast central coast to coast. Lodi Clarksburg are a little bit of different they're. there. They're in the river valleys to the San Pablo Bay, which is the northern part of. This is a fairly well, I wanted to state wine. Not, single vineyard state by. The Lang twins are actually identify wins the. Fourth Generation. Family started. Farming in Lodi in the eighteen seventies in their first vineyard and the ninth eighteen sixteen. which is not that unusual. If you look you look into some of these big name Lodi. wineries they go back a hundred hundred and fifty years. Fairly regular basis and while there are wineries, other Appalachians have. Long Histories. Load is everywhere. and. Why is old vines? And there's a wine axioms. Wine Grapes half the struggle. To become. Complex. And best vineyards in the world are some of the worst land. Almost. No nutrients wraps through. No moisture. Justice not. Survive and thrive. Old Vines since they're old and. On their own without having any additions around them. So you KINDA GET A. Rape fine that is doing what you wanted to do. Donna dependent. From where what? Agriculture land is around. Old Lines are. kind of like highly sought after. These low dial binds are from. Before prohibition and they made communion wines. Church. Oceans communion wine. During prohibition. Kept him going and then the white Zimba trades the sixties planted. Zinfandel everywhere I just keep up the craze in those vineyards which are so so back mid day are sixty seven year old vineyards that are kind of. Little, jewel? How is the? State. Just. Kind of. Like about Lodi. There's a dealt with the same. There tends to be a bit of. A BIT OF A. Local resemblance or they're kind of. The kind of the middle I really liked that. Really High in Norman's infant infantile snappers those fast robles. Tend to, be more classic. Like it when you get this rougher edge to not a lottery rough that just just a little bit. That's my favorite. They tend to be less expensive on top of and there's a lot of great simple producers in California. Really great producers in California. Lodi does a for me may not prices usually right I'm gonNA, take a SIP. Tend to be less expensive clean here you get a single vineyard away a state multiyear Weinberg Thirteen. Don't really find that with some of the bigger producers, their winds there. Are More expensive to not only is it a style that I liked? Cheaper and we actually won DOT com. Also. There you go.

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Referendum In Russia Passes, Allowing Putin To Remain President Until 2036

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:35 min | 4 months ago

Referendum In Russia Passes, Allowing Putin To Remain President Until 2036

"The Kremlin said Russians had shown how much they trusted. President Vladimir Putin with a nationwide vote that gave him the right to run for two more times while people wondered on Thursday whether he really would stay on another sixteen years, announcing final results of the week long votes, officials said nearly seventy eight percent of voters had backed changes to the constitution, allowing Putin who's fourth term as president ends in twenty, twenty, four to run for two more back to back six year terms. This means the sixty seven year old former KGB officer, who has ruled Russia, over two decades as either. Either President or prime. Minister could be in power until he's eighty. Three go loss say non governmental organization that monitors elections said it had recorded numerous irregularities during the vote, including ballot, stuffing and widespread cases of employers, forcing staff to cost a ballot already the longest serving leader in modern Russian history since Joseph Stalin Putin has said he has yet to decide on his political future, but wanted officials to avoid getting distracted by the question of who one day might succeed him. Opposition activists have called the vote illegitimate and said it was designed to legalize a Putin presidency for life. Only, one of Russia's eighty-five regions, remote nenets was recorded as having voted against the constitutional changes amid discontent there over a plan to merge it with another region.

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South Philly Gun Shop Owner Shoots, Kills Looter

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | 5 months ago

South Philly Gun Shop Owner Shoots, Kills Looter

"Police say the owner of a south Philly gun shop shot and killed one of a group of suspected looters earlier this morning he would have used him as is live in Penns work with more on the incident to him what's going on out there yeah yeah J. well investigators they've been here all morning at the firing line ink gun shop it's on Front Street and Greenwich right by I. ninety five police say the owner of the shop the sixty seven year old man was sleeping here because someone recently tried to break in so four o'clock this morning chief inspector Scott small says the owner saw on his surveillance monitor three or four guys at the back gate they had told Congress and their hands and they forced open the door when they got to the second floor and confronted the owner of the business one of the males pointed a gun at him a small says the owner then shot the gunman dead while the others were able to run away he says later on a man who had been shot in the the shoulder shoulder showed showed up up at at Jefferson Jefferson hospital hospital for for treatment treatment a a part part of of this this investigation investigation is is to to see see if if that that man man who who had had a a gunshot gunshot wound wound is is one one of of the the guys guys who who got got away away from from here here J. J. a a police police are are also also looking looking at at surveillance surveillance video video and and they've they've talked talked to to the the store store owner owner about about what what happened happened here here

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Dallas - Tarrant County Jail Inmate Dies Of Coronavirus After 3 Weeks In Hospital

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Dallas - Tarrant County Jail Inmate Dies Of Coronavirus After 3 Weeks In Hospital

"The Tarrant county sheriff's office reporting an inmate at the Tarrant county jail has died from corona virus can't Boone's ire says sixty seven year old man is the first Tarrant county jail inmate to die of the virus man died Saturday after being transferred to John Peter Smith hospital on may third officials say yet underlying health conditions the man was held without bond since February after being arrested because of two felony DWI charges there are forty one inmates there who currently have tested is it a fork of it

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Vigil honors Los Angeles Riverside Community Hospital worker who died of coronavirus

WBBM Programming

01:57 min | 5 months ago

Vigil honors Los Angeles Riverside Community Hospital worker who died of coronavirus

"Family and friends are mourning the loss of an essential worker who fell victim to corona virus Rosa Luna was a housekeeper at riverside community hospital a vigil was held in her honor CBS and always C. C. Butler was there everybody to take this very seriously it seems like nobody is taking seriously but it is I see that you do not want your family member to die like that I could be three thousand new her sixty seven year old mom had to be carefully she cleaned and disinfected the rooms of riverside community hospital were covered nineteen patients were treated and released she thought she took enough precautions every night as she came home from work her clothes it's thing outside her shoes or stay outside if you like immediately take a shower it wasn't enough after cleaning the hospital rooms for twenty five years Monday may fourth Rochelle Luna died in her daughter's arms she never once voiced concerns about her safety underneath we all were afraid of the Lewis family gathered at the hospital to remember the unseen health care heroes who are taking big risks with little pay we're not the full roll out the hospital cleaning crews who work behind the front lines that's why we're here because sometimes those folks who do the hardest worker sometimes overlooked and we want to make sure that that doesn't happen here nor anywhere else Luna cleaned coated and non coated rooms her manager says she always wore a mask appropriate for the level of risk she was an amazing person someone that not only hold ourselves to high standards but your peers myself as as our manager help me at a high standard every life counts every life does really count on her memory the auxiliary group here at the hospital has started a scholarship and Rosalyn is name for anyone interested in following in her footsteps and becoming certified nursing assistants

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Los Angeles Riverside Community Hospital employee dies after cleaning COVID-19 patients' rooms

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Los Angeles Riverside Community Hospital employee dies after cleaning COVID-19 patients' rooms

"As the hantavirus death toll climbs in southern California more social workers are falling ill in summertime among the victims as a housekeeper at riverside community hospital sixty seven year old rose a little to work at the hospital for twenty five years she died on may fourth from virus related health complications CBS to Stacey Butler reports Luna was cleaning covered and non covered rooms before she died her manager says she always wore a mask appropriate for the level of risk she was an amazing person someone that not only hold ourselves to high standards but your peers myself as as our manager help me at a high standards to honor her memory the auxiliary group here at the hospital has started a scholarship and rose saloon is name for those who want to follow in her footsteps and become a certified nursing assistant who is co workers and loved ones gathered around the hospital on Friday to honor her

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Don Shula: Miami Dolphins Super Bowl-winning head coach dies, aged 90

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

02:31 min | 6 months ago

Don Shula: Miami Dolphins Super Bowl-winning head coach dies, aged 90

"This the great don Shula who I met a couple of times in my career in sports has has died at ninety years old hall of fame coach Miami Dolphins known for the nineteen seventy to dolphins who were perfect seventeen and only team to do that as a coach she had three hundred and forty seven wins he was Sir respected by so many people and have some great quotes that I remember off the top of my head including success is not forever and failure isn't fatal and then this was good he said you know it's only fifty miles from Grand River to canton but it took me sixty seven years to travel that distance because of course he was talking about getting in the hall of fame and a lot of people reacted to the passing of don Shula because he was as I said very much a character very well loved and certainly one of the big contributors to the game ed and he made an impact on a lot of of people he wants to one party trophies with the dolphins he coached the dolphins to back to back titles in the early seventies he spent a couple of seasons in the NFL as a player for the Cleveland Browns the Baltimore colts the Redskins he was also the head coach of the colts but he's known for being the quarter century coach of the dolphins yeah and just all kinds of records especially that three hundred and forty seven career wins and that's pretty top in the NFL you join the three hundred club and guess who else is in the three hundred club there's only a couple of members George Halas from bears fame and the New England Patriots coach bill Belichick is in that same category but you know interesting any group in a very very events in the Grand River in the comment that he he made a getting into the hall of fame he grinned grew up in a very big family he's one of seven kids huh and even his his mother I guess was not really excited about him playing football so you for sure signature so he could play when he was in high school but legendary no doubt a life well

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Chicago Police Investigating Suspicious Double Murder At Oak Park Home

Nick Digilio

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

Chicago Police Investigating Suspicious Double Murder At Oak Park Home

"Developing news the deaths of a well known couple in Oak Park has officially been ruled a double homicide sixty nine year old Thomas Johnson and a sixty seven year old wife Leslie Ann Jones died of a with the cook county medical examiner's office is calling multiple sharp force injuries they were both Harvard law graduates a Johnson worked closely with Chicago police board on more than three hundred fifty cases many of them high profile their bodies were found inside their home in Oak Park near fair oaks and Chicago avenues Monday night no word yet of an arrest

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Aleisha Leonard - Yoga, Kirtan and LGBTIQ+ Leadership

The Flow Artists Podcast

09:20 min | 7 months ago

Aleisha Leonard - Yoga, Kirtan and LGBTIQ+ Leadership

"All right. Thank you so much for making it here today. We've been looking forward to speaking with you so I guess maybe we could just start with you telling us a little bit about your background and where you grew up. Thanks Ron and Joe. So much for having me on pleasure to be here. I grew up in Sydney in a fairly nice suburb. You know I didn't really want for anything and I moved to Melbourne about ten years ago and finally my mom used to practice IAGO. I remember memories of sort of lying on a per format in the living room doing funny things and I thought it was really boring and he. We are so my partner's actually English and so we sort of visit England every year or so. We go and see my family in Sydney every year or a couple times a year we can and we're about to move to England so that's a big so I know you said that you watched your mother to Yoga. Yeah it was really boring. What actually turned you around there. It's isn't it? I think he's sort of something. Might be right in front of you and it's not until you're in the right space or ready to receive whatever that is. Yeah I mean is to go along with attain to the yoga classes at the local kind of Rixon all just to spend time together but yeah in honesty. I thought it was quite boring. And then many's lytle. I came to your in a funny way because quite active I used to run a lot and do triathlons. And that's hard on the body. I was wandering taking up your your pilots for a while. But it's one of those things that you put off and actually my partner and I will planning our wedding in England also. We caught up with this guy. Who's a chef? He's English and he was dividing his time. Between England. Summa and Melvin muscle the so we caught up with him at a cafe in Fitzroy. Would you believe and he brought his partner and so we're planning our wedding in England and she said all. I'm actually yoga teacher and I teach around the corner. And this was Gertrude Street studio and so we decided that at a winning it might be a nice thing to have some younger classes because we had a small wedding with all our family and friends all staying together in a house and so we had yoga classes so that was my first sort of experiences an adult at my wedding the day before the the day of my wedding and I loved her and so when we came back. I thought this is really something I want to explore. And I've been pretty much in a monogamous relationship with the studio since then so that would have been about five just over five years. Yeah so I'd say I'm fairly new to yoga for someone who's a teacher heard newel. Dp A better introduction to just seeing all of your loved one useful. Celebratory way when you're about to move into this new phase of your life totally and it was pretty hilarious too because we had I think my dad and my partners mom and onto your uncle practice also sixty seven year olds by now. We had young kids running in and so really it just sort of teaches you. Mindfulness and acceptance and kindness. And things like that so yeah it was a moment. I think back on quite a lot. You know what a profound sort of moment in my life. Yeah in which she. She passed away about seven years ago. Yeah so I I think I you know as we all sort of failed that we're becoming parents a little bit as we get older and yeah I do do think only about a thing that she would really love that. I'm practicing and I've discovered that and it's a big part of my life so yeah I can imagine her thinking that like. Yeah that's right so since you found this love of Yoga. Have you found any hitches? Yeah I mean mostly in Melvin I would say Sheshona Arnstein. She was the wife of the chef who first introduced us. And so I've practiced with her for a bit at gertrude straight. And I guess a lot of the teachers I resonate with a vice gotree straight in Fitzroy and I sort of played around with a stronger practice but yeah for me. Because I'm quite fiery and Steven. I found that a softer more gentle practices better for me so I was sort of resonate with a lot of the trauma. Informed teaches a few had on the show so like Joe. Buick may lie. Alice Hope Day. Who's now in Berlin and Hannah Institute Street Studio and I guess I'd also say that more recently. I find that I'm friends with a lot of my teachers. So yeah a lot of my friends. I find them winning from constantly. Physical practice or meditation or sound practice as well and speaking of sound practice. I know that you have a real love of kitten. Yes how did you? How did that develop? Yeah it's funny. I used to play piano when I was a kid that I never really read music so I sort of got to a certain point and I always love singing and I wouldn't say I was a particularly amazing on it but I would love to do it and I think a lot of us remember seeing at Church you know. My family went really religious but I didn't mind going to church and I used to actually choose to Gar as a teenager so I could participate in singing which I find quite funny looking back because I'm not really religious. Yeah and so I. I've been practicing yoga and I'd noticed a few teachers would sometimes sing chanting. Mantra or one of my teachers may lie. Would sometimes have a little organ harmonium gold and seen in Jovana but I always thought it was nice but it didn't blow me away until I was doing teacher training not so much to teach bought more that I had these thirst for knowledge and I. I found you couldn't really. I couldn't satisfy my need through. Normal classes meant so. I thought I'd do a teacher training purely to learn as much as good and my life was one of the teachers so we had four amazing humans on that teaching tame and and so we went mantras and the meaning and about the daddies and it was a timer is probably quite role and yeah I just completely fell in love with it. It was quite funny because I didn't really know much about it and singing songs in Sanskrit in Indian and so you know the literal meaning all of the time but yeah after the teacher training I basically went and bought a harmonium with an idea to teach myself and it was pretty clunky from the first year was pretty clunky. So it's probably been about two years now that I've been playing. That background with piano must have helped. Maybe a tiny bit but not a huge amount. I think if you know if you know music theory and you can read music would that yeah I mean I have a different story to a lot of people who lead kids on. Because a lot of people might have lived in an Ashram or had an experience like that where they've been surrounded by people in that way whereas I the spock was ignited and then I sort of decided to discover to be myself and self taught forbid which was. Yeah as a bit clunky. So now I have an amazing teacher just enter. I do voice in some harmonium. Sort of licenses and afloat take jaw and yeah it's just accelerated my my winning. Yeah and saw I. I have a few people that I play with regularly. And we play around Melvin And it's a joy it's really like an amazing community different ages and abilities and yeah just to cycle back to something that you mentioned. Elia. I'm really interested in this because some teaches really. Don't go into the meaning of the chance at all and other teachers really explore that side of it and see it as a really important part of the practice. Where are you at on that continuum? Yeah for me. I really like to know what it is that I'm seeing about and the meaning and I find that quite important to convey to people so I tried to try to explain the meaning if it's in a class well more often it's in a kitten so there is an opportunity to do that and I think it changes the way that you save it and that you participate in it because you actually can. That's something for you to sort of ponder while your singing together and saw. Yeah it's also it's just sort of a nice story to have for people to to share with other people and and also most of the chance. I have been shed to me by teacher or by a friend and so I also think it's important to honor that where it's come from. I guess also in respect to the tradition of yoga and yes walk. I'm a white woman sharing these devotional practices. And the way I can sort of justify the whack and best be really authentic about that is to share everything. That's been taught to me or everything I know about that with other people. Sanskrit is a funny language because it doesn't translate literally so it's more like it can be described more like feeling that's translated through the vibration of the sounds so sometimes people will have a slightly different translation or interpretation of

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Rick Pitino hire shows what is most important to Iona

News, Traffic and Weather

00:11 sec | 7 months ago

Rick Pitino hire shows what is most important to Iona

"Rick Pitino was returning to college basketball as the next head coach at Iona the sixty seven year old has a coach in college since two thousand seventeen when Louisville fired him after an FBI investigation into college

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Atlanta - First coronavirus related death confirmed in Georgia

Dana Loesch

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Atlanta - First coronavirus related death confirmed in Georgia

"Health officials confirmed the first corona virus related deaths here in Georgia a sixty seven year old man with an underlying health condition died from the virus after testing positive he was admitted to wellstar canister on Saturday governor Brian camp our hearts go out to his loved ones friends and the community and we also press continue to pray for the safety of the healthcare providers across the state who are working hard on patient care the governor urging Georgia families to have a plan that ensures the safety of everyone especially parents and grandparents or others in the family who may be at high

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Atlanta - 67-year-old is Georgia's first coronavirus death

Sean Hannity

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Atlanta - 67-year-old is Georgia's first coronavirus death

"Case now of the death in Georgia a sixty seven year old man who tested positive for the virus on Saturday he was being treated at wellstar kinda stone not known how he contracted coal bit nineteen of the numbers in Georgia right now our state with thirty one cases overall at least twelve of those have been confirmed across the US it's more than thirty deaths and now twelve hundred cases again across the US

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Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges

KNX Evening News

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges

"Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to New York to twenty three years in prison for sexually assaulting two women he faces additional charges in Los Angeles prosecutors in LA are wasting no time to bring wind Steen here to face more charges attorney Gloria Allred represents Weinstein victims I was in the New York courtroom when he was sentenced to a new day it's a new day for women to know that if you have courage there will be consequences for the predators to purchase Allred who represents one of the accusers in LA tells KNX she's looking forward to her client getting justice I'm hoping that extradition will take place as soon as possible and it doesn't appear to me that Mr one thirteen would have any good reason or argument to present to oppose extradition the sixty seven year old wine Steen could be looking at an additional twenty eight years if convicted on the rape charges in LA Karen Adams can extend seventy

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Movie mogul Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison: reports

Lynne Hayes-Freeland

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Movie mogul Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison: reports

"Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein sends to twenty three years in prison for rape and sexual assault he must also register as a sex offender the sixty seven year old faced up to twenty nine years behind bars his lawyers had requested the minimum of five years in prison citing his frail health attorney Gloria Allred represents some of Weinstein's accusers she addressed reporters outside of the Manhattan courthouse after winds dean sentence was announced this is a new day it's a new day for women to know that if you have courage there will be consequences predators

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Putin backs law that allows him to remain in power until 2036

PBS NewsHour

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

Putin backs law that allows him to remain in power until 2036

"In Moscow Russia's parliament laid out a path today for president Vladimir Putin to stay in power existing law requires him to step down when his latest six year term ends in twenty twenty four but lawmakers approved a constitutional amendment to change that Putin welcomed the move analysts to emotional technically today we can lift the presidential term such precedent exists in other countries including our neighbors but in principle this option will be possible if the Constitutional Court gives an official ruling that such a man I would not contradict the principles and main provisions of the constitution Fulton is sixty seven years old he has been Russia's leader for more than twenty years if voters approve the proposed constitutional amendment next month he could stay in power until twenty thirty

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Harvey Weinstein's attorneys ask for him to receive the shortest possible prison sentence

The Breakfast Club

01:12 min | 8 months ago

Harvey Weinstein's attorneys ask for him to receive the shortest possible prison sentence

"Thing all right Harvey Weinstein is asking the judge who will sentence him for mercy he's getting sentenced tomorrow he wants a five year prison sentence not be white privileges some of them have to judge judge I think that you should give me five minutes to another lawyer said since the New Yorker article was published in twenty seventy Mr why seems like has been destroyed his wife divorced him he was fired from the Weinstein company and is short he lost everything they said this fall from grace is perhaps unmatched in the age of social media and he also wants them to take into consideration his charitable contributions the money is given for the nine eleven firefighters and police officers and also for the Robin Hood organization and it has nothing to do with race they also feel like he might die if he has to stay there for five years but you know people die in prison every day that might be part of the story as well the Harvey Weinstein horror movie in the future that's that's good and all right well he is facing a maximum of twenty nine years in prison any sixty seven years old right now it was not about to get some serious time and he's asking for five years what aid getting sentence so he knows he's getting something on him but he's getting a lot you might be getting way more than five you're asking for five that's mercy then you must begin at least

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The flu every year could be you or your family the best way tell to cold or flu is by taking your temperature no one does it better than the engine temple scare induction ports eleven fifty five more traffic force more off the top Frank extensively usually another morning of lots of patchy dense fog out there to start your day will have more sunshine this afternoon warming lay up for your Tuesday to mid upper seventies along the coast downtown the basin into the low eighties today valleys upper eighties for you as we head to the Inland Empire you'll also see numbers nearing ninety highs near eighty in the high desert mountains in the upper sixties this ridge of high pressure starts to break down tomorrow we do have a cooling trend increasing clouds as we head into the second part of the work week will turn the heat back up bring back the sunshine as high pressure strengthens into the weekend was southern California's most accurate and dependable forecasting CBS to meteorologist and younger she can extend seventy newsradio checking some temperatures right now Chatsworth eighty degrees corona seventy three currently it is seventy sunny skies downtown Los Angeles at eleven forty seven LA's arch bishop is now the head of the US conference of Catholic bishops of the gum as the first Latino to leave the organization he served as vice president for the past three years before being elected today by his colleagues Gomez was asked about addressing priest sex abuse scandals her big thing because the victim assisting coordinators all over the country in every diocese we go or stop working on that and and we are totally committed to the protection of children and the support for anyone who has suffered as a consequence of the structure going to sixty seven years old he's an immigrant from Mexico he's been an advocate of a welcoming immigration policy including a path to citizenship for many undocumented immigrants in this country he said today he hopes the US Supreme Court rules in favor of.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Music ahead of president trump's promised salute to America show at the national mall in the shadow of the Lincoln Memorial military muscle will serve as a backdrop to president trump's remarks along with military aircraft fly overs and fire works for several thousand V. I. P. guests and members of the public the event itself is also prompting protests with demonstrators inflating a twenty foot tall balloon of president trump as in angry baby opponents say he's co opting independence day and wasting taxpayer money that's correspondent Steve Dorsey in Washington more than two dozen naturalization ceremonies are being held around the country to welcome new Americans on this fourth of July vice president Mike pence spoke at the ceremony for forty four two Americans at the National Archives for those of you who step forward today who made the sacrifices and went through the process let me say on behalf of president Donald Trump and on behalf of the American people welcome to the American family mad the long running satirical magazine that influenced everyone from weird al Yankovic to the writers of The Simpsons we'll be leaving newsstands after its August issue it's been around for sixty seven years this is CBS news sail on the best and most luxurious cruise in Alaska aboard Cunard's Queen Elizabeth contact your travel advisor or visit Cunard dot com slash Alaska it's full of three of the bay area's news station KCBS let the sun shine for this fourth of July with sixties at the coast into the mid eighties in one good afternoon I'm Susan Kennedy Rebecca.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Where sixty seven year old Charles Vander Horst of North Carolina went missing yesterday and why PD search boats were out here comb in the waters around three PM. They had no luck. And I'm told they are going to be investigating and searching again this morning, coast guard cells, as they will not be coming back here, New York, open water runs this event, the organizers say all safety. Protocols were followed here, and that all swimmers had a kayak, escort with them, each usually had someone in a kayak alongside them as a spotter during these types of events. The group says the NYPD was escorting swimmers, it's not known specifically or sees me as I said, there was a kayak with, with all swimmers, according to the organizers of the event, it's an event that began up in the Catskills last week each day, as you said, competitor swim between two bridges. Today's race is supposed to be from the George Washington Bridge down to the Verizon bridge about seven miles that race has been canceled? Cheryl MAC, the significance of the coast guard not returning. Is there any significance to that? I, I don't think we know if at this point, but we're, we're told that there it's just going to be the NYPD today. All right macaroni Berg reporting on it as we wait for the search for missing swimmer to resume near the WB talk to each other, and make sure your people know you're there for them. If you need help. Reach out for it. The NYPD is grappling with three suicides among their own in less than two weeks. We get more from WCBS supporter, Kevin ring, cone outside this precinct in the parking lot at twenty nine year old officer six years on the job shot himself inside his own car. Police say he died from that injury. I watched in the hours after his men and women from the force all over the city came here to grieve. They exchanged a few words shared a hug or handshake as they dealt with yet another suicide just within the last two weeks. The department is lost a respected chief and then experienced detective to suicide. Police Commissioner James O'Neill says this is a mental health crisis. One, the department in law enforcement as a whole needs to address in a statement, he says we need to end this crisis together on Stanton island, Kevin ring cone, WCBS, NewsRadio, eight eighty more strange things happening in the Dominican Republic. Staten Island woman becomes the latest to die. Mysteriously. There while on vacation more from CBS Tuesday, Alex gainer Alice gained of Staten Island was on a solo birthday trip to the Dominican Republic when she passed away this past Monday, Leila's, only son twenty five year old Wilcox got the news when the US embassy in the DR called him to tell him. She died of a heart attack. I do not believe you're was natural causes. I truly believe issues anywhere else in the world. Besides the Dominican Republic should be alive right now. Now, those who've died in DR Pennsylvania woman, and a couple from Maryland. They died at the same resort all the fluid in their lungs and respiratory failure. The ministry of tourism says an investigation is underway. There is so much going on in New York City. You might not even notice them, but mayor de Blasios would like to see helicopter traffic over Manhattan cut back after Monday's fatal helicopter crash onto a seventh avenue midtown Manhattan rooftop, mayor de Blasio wants to see what he called his words now a full-on ban on any helicopters going over Manhattan itself. You said police fire and news choppers would be exempt. I think we need tighter rules. Or helicopters are only allowed to go over water. The need to be strict oversight and sanctions of, England violates that and then we have to figure out how to start reducing a helicopter traffic in any way we can we're going to need federal help to do that, though. I have to tell you that we, we need a that strong regulation, that's going to take some real work on his WNYC broadcast. The mayor underlined any kind of civilian traffic should not go over Manhattan in any way, shape, or form rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty Napa know Napa auto care centers. We'll get a seventy five dollars prepaid visa card when you spend two hundred fifty bucks on Napa brake parts which is caused to celebrate. Because normally the sound of.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on We The People

We The People

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on We The People

"What should be a legitimate and safe surgical procedures? I am sixty seven years old. I was the last group of women in America that really depended on her head to go from state to state. I was in college and in nineteen seventy when New York state legalized abortion, so even my peers had access to legalized abortion, at least in New York and in Washington state in California, but there's a whole generation or two generations of women in America who have come to rely upon this constitutional liberty. They have focused their lives around the ability to make reproductive health decisions decide when they wanna have children or not, and frankly, for some women and this gets lost in all of this debate. Particularly women carrying of fetuses that have problems fetal anomalies that find this out very late in pregnancy. All of their decisions are much more impactful. Because of course, they wanted to have the baby but couldn't for variety of health reasons. But the health concerns are real. They affect women's lives in a variety of different ways. And it seems to me the constitution if anything should protect the health of our citizens. We will talk about those important reliance issues in a moment. But Clark, I want your thoughts on one more beat on, on the Casey decision itself. There are pro choice scholars who agreed with you that the original road decision was perhaps not entirely constitutionally convincing. But thought that Casey was more convincing especially because of its emphasis on equality. And there is after all equal protection clause in the constitution, and they agree with Justice, Ginsburg that restrictions on abortion. Pose burdens on women that are not imposed on men and therefore denied them the right to make fundamental decisions about their life's path than men are able to make as a constitutional matter. Do you find the equality argument any more persuasive than the autonomy and liberty and privacy arguments or not? No. Absolutely not changing the word from privacy to liberty doesn't root it in the constitution anymore, doesn't route. It doesn't rooted in the text or the history or the structure changing the word from privacy to a quality doesn't route it anymore in the text history or structure of the constitution, and just it doesn't justify the court being the national abortion control board and controlling every aspect of this issue. And every regulation of every clinic across the country, the court is not equipped and has failed in that role. And there are compelling arguments. In fact that the equality argument, in fact, works against women imagining. This is an equality, argument, basically rests on the proposition that women have to have the sexual lives of men to be equal and many. Women. Urge you to read the scholarly writings of the of Eric Balki of have argued that in fact equality. Argument doesn't help women at all. In fact, in employment in career in education..

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A sixty seven year old man is dead after being hit by a truck. He was crossing the street at first avenue and McDowell road, but was not in the crosswalk. Phoenix police say the possibly lake colored Chevrolet pickup truck did not stop just few a few blocks away. Witnesses say they lost sight of the vehicle. If you have any information, you're encouraged to call police. You can remain anonymous good time gone bad. Glenda police are responding to the incident at valley roller skating rink the ended with fights and pepper spray last weekend. In a statement sent to KTAR Glendale police say two off duty officers read the great skate roller rink near forty third avenue in Peoria through there all night skate event by nine pm. The rink had five hundred kids in attendance with about two hundred people still waiting in line when officers and employees explained the event was full Glendale. Police say fights broke out in kids began vandalizing nearby businesses. The off-duty officer called for backup and police officers used pepper spray to break up the groups that didn't comply with officer orders things only escalated when kids that had not been checked in. The event snuck in through emergency exits and began starting fights inside as well. Police say there were no serious injuries. But anyone who needed medical attention received? It Taylor interrupt. KTAR news police are looking for a man who robbed a Circe on March ninth addressed in neon clothing. It happened at the store near thirty Fifth Avenue and Roosevelt when the man approached the clerk with a gun and abandoned money he escaped with the cash and cigarettes. He's about thirty to thirty five years old five nine medium, build an Hispanic with a mustache, please call silent witness. If you have any information, the family of Elaine hers burger, the woman who hit was hit and killed by a self driving. Uber is suing the city of timpee and the state KTAR's legal expert. Monica Lindstrom, the plaintiffs alleged both Arezzo Tempe were negligent responsible for the death because they failed to provide oversight on Uber. Self-driving program and technology. Lindstrom says the plaintiffs have a difficult case, let's get a check now on traffic and weather in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, it's Patrick Rhody. Hither Jelinek crash. Mesa. This one is on the US sixty westbound near safely dry in Shannon. New collision Cooper wrote and Ray road in Phoenix. Nuclear van Buren avenue to the west valley sixty seventy has been reopened between between southern there would have been shut down for.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The freshman. Guess ignored by the speaker of the house, the freshman three marked by words. Look for all of them to push back. I'll gender Cossio Ortez says Cortez says flat out, you know, I'm going to exceed to her now. But I just think it's too early. I'm surprised speaker of the house is going to know we're not gonna impeach the president. Maybe one reason is his deserve to be impeached. But I don't wanna get that getting away. But that doesn't mean because he has to just about everybody in the left. Nancy Pelosi went out of her way to say that she thinks the presence incompetent. But she says it'll be too too divisive for the country to go through an impeachment. Do you think? So how how much different would that be from with the judiciary is doing committees doing how much different would that be from what oversight is doing? They're actually this yesterday. The southern district of New York as for the president's bid to buy the Buffalo Bills. Then there s Deutsche Bank how their funding different Trump operations, then they're trying to find out about insurance. Lago and how much they used in their insurance claim towards actually rebuilding Merrill ago. How does that help the country get better how does that solve immigration crisis? How does that make NATO something that is going to be formidable for the Russian deterrent? How does that help foment any type of democracy in our hemisphere? For example, we're witnessing it now in we're witnessing it now in Venezuela. It doesn't so for Nancy Pelosi to come out and say no impeachment. That's like saying well, the patriots go. I have good news. You know, next year, we're not gonna we're gonna try to win the Super Bowl that is not news. There's just nothing to this. But here's Brit Hume on on the calculated reason cut eleven the more successful. You are the broader coalition of elected officials and the greater the possibility that the such a coalition will become fractious. That's clearly seems to be the case with what Nancy Pelosi is dealing with. Now, she's got a squadron of young and rambunctious members who were not around for a lot of what let lit up to all this and want to have it their way. And it's not clear how well they'll respond to the idea that she's taking impeachment off the table, barring some explosive new development. I think bread that is good politics to avoid impeachment. When the Republicans did it to Bill Clinton, even though he clearly lied to a grand jury. It backfired. He was not convicted in the Senate, and he left office in something of a blaze of glory. So I think I'm sure that's what would Nancy Pelosi's thinking about is. She is she looks ahead to the possibilities. Surrounding Donald Trump, Steny Hoyer, the second in command in the house said this democrat says it seems to me that she which he said was is what we've been saying all along just maybe a little bit stronger Hoyer said on if the house were to attempt impeachment because I think it's going to happen anyway to lead came out and said it yesterday excuse me last week that she wants to move ahead with impeachment. She says nobody thinks is going to be a conviction in the Senate requires sixty seven years Hoyer on House Democrats who would be disappointed if the house will pursue impeachment. He said, quote, we've got sixty two new members not three it begins. It's not about to leave Omar and Cortes, even though the press to their discredit follows them around because they make news, they get big crowds. And now, maybe on some level. They're driving decent ratings. So impeachment is now not something they going to be talking about. Here's the quote from the Washington Post when the view with on policy. I'm not for impeachment. This is news. I'm going to give you. Some news right now. Because I haven't said this to any other person before but since you asked I've been thinking about the impeachment, and it's so divisive to this country unless there's something could Pelling an overwhelming bipartisan. I don't think we should go down that path because it divides the country, and it's just not worth it. I wish they would have thought that before they started two and a half years in the mullet probe. Tom star who lives to impeach the president on on the comments by Nancy Pelosi. He says this speaker Pelosi, he's just not worth it. Well, is defending our legal system worth is holding the president accountable for his crimes cover-ups Worthing is doing what's right worth it or show America, just fight? Stop fighting for our principles and was politically inconvenient. Keep in mind. This clown billionaire has been complaining about the president since the day. He ran let alone the day he won. But as Jonah this one points out, the Republicans don't mind, this talk cut nine Republicans have been talking about it more than Democrats have. And you saw a brief the Democrats have a few prominent Democrats. Walking castro. There's talk about impeachment after the BuzzFeed story, which has since been muddied and walked back a little bit. But since but none of the leaders have. I mean, you haven't seen or Pelosi or any of the lead is actually impatient. I think there's a really important point that needs to be made here, which is while most of the media attention has focused on a few freshmen House, Democrats who are very very progressive. Actually, there are a lot of Democrats who were elected in.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Well, he suspected of murdering his stepdaughter. Karen, Navarra sixty seven years old. And that's according to the San Jose police, please out. There are pretty smart. The woman's Fitbit clocked a rapid rise in our heart rate before a sudden drop off ten nothing helping the police put together all these clues. And then charge her Ninety-year-old stepfather with her murder. He told the San Jose police that he dropped by the step doors home to bring your some pizza is outside his own home. A few hours later witnesses stepdaughter dry by an honk with somebody else in the passenger seat. Stepfather's the account data match up at all with what they saw their surveillance footage. They also found closing his hamper covered in blood. Oh, the place that has nothing to do with my stepdaughter. I cut myself a lot not that handy with night. All right. This isn't the first time that police have used a Fitbit. A Connecticut man was arrested after his ways Fitbit data showed her last movements were more than an hour. After her husband said, she was killed by intruders in Wisconsin. Another man's Fitbit acted as an alibi the device collaborated his story during a crucial window of time and police said his living girlfriends bodies being dumped in a field. And I know what you're thinking to be fair when the victim put the Fitbit on she already died just a little bit inside. Anyway. Okay. It's coming folks. You know, what I'm talking about five G? Yes. So many people are excited about it. How fast is five G over four. Jane? Here's the deal think ten to one hundred times speedier than your typical cellular connection and even faster than anything. You get with a physical fiber optic cable going into your house with that means you'll be able to download a whole season's worth of house of cards and just a.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"DJ sixty seven years. What you need to know. The Boston Red Sox are two thousand eighteen World Series chance. Again, looks at ease. Red shirts kicks buyers. A celebration. Bob Chris sale. Pile starts. A pitchers. Jive? The Red Sox are World Series champion. John Salvi with the call right here on ESPN radio. Red Sox beat the dodgers five to one and the dude in five games. Speed Pierce was the MVP three home runs AARP is. And he was the one that got the party started early on in the game per shelf swag and off that were drilled left. Centerfield wet back there. I five in the Red Sox that jumped out to kill nothing. Wow. Guys started the year as a blue Jay envy with the game of his life. Four title in fifteen years of the Red Sox nine title in franchise history. The NFL the Rams remained undefeated eight on the season. Now, thanks to its way. Nine twenty seven win over the Packers Jared Goff three touchdowns. Patrick Mahomes for TD's chiefs. Get the seventy one thirtieth Twenty-three winning in Denver and the saints beat the Vikings thirty twenty through breeze. Touchdown pass. The first college football playoff rankings come out this week..

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"This is kind of exciting in. Oh, alex. I want to welcome you to the program. Thank you for spending. A few minutes of your day with us, but take us back. You initially started with us. I guess probably even close to a year to go. But what was your thought process into coming into our program? What made you make you decide to start our process? Well, the biggest thing is, you know, we have been very healthy thinking, you know, we were thinking that you know, we're doing all the right things, and we weren't out we work out every day. And we watched our eating habits. So we thought and there's nothing change as we were. Your signals pretty tricky. But I think Alex what he was referring to is that he felt like they were doing more or less everything appropriately. But he felt like he was kind of getting lost along the way. And there weren't really any results in any way. I always go back to it's not about eating less and exercising more, but it's health restoration. But it's creating that proper body chemistry getting your body chemistry back on track. And that's what creates health restoration. But ultimately resetting your metabolism. And allowing that level of chronic inflammation to really change overnight. And it's funny. We just talked to Megan earlier in this show about that same thing. You know, you think you're doing everything right? You're you're working hard at being healthy, you you're not feeling it. You're not seeing it and this program really puts you over the top because it gives you the tools to do it. Right. And I think that's what you were saying, right? Alex. Well, absolutely. And and the thing was that, you know, I'm I'm sixty seven years old, and I always get carded because I don't look my age. I felt my age. I could feel my hands, you know, arthritis in my fingers and my knee the knee operation, and it was painful, and and I thought I was doing everything. Right. And then one day, you know, I mean, we're we're fairly newly married my wife, and I and we were just happy in love, and you know. Vice team sometimes at night and eating some of the wrong stuff, and we did wages came on. And he just kept coming on and on. And we looked at the scale. I looked at the scale one day, and I went, and you gotta be kidding me. That can't be me. There's another person standing on that scale. I. I would go to the game twice a day. And we would eat more vegetables and engage because after the locked into. Our whole our whole chemistry. Didn't change. A friend of ours in back on who was a former buccaneer. Let's see. Yes. Like a bunch of weight, and he mentioned, Dr Shannon. I said, okay. Sounds like, you know, voodoo doctor. Go visit him, and then we went to visit him, and I am a super skeptical guy because I've tried so many things that you know, in my in my garage. I have a lot of fitness equipment that.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hawford from Judas priest cannot believe he's sixty seven years. Old we've been hanging out together now for over forty. Years Oh my goodness yeah I saw. Rob when he was young young man gene Simmons turning sixty seven. Been hanging out with him since I was a kid Wow. It's, it's amazing. How, they grow and they still do the same things. They were doing when they were young and I can't do anything I was doing Gene, Simmons all things considered as age really really. Well he has except for. The hair curly hair bugs. Me, when he's not. In makeup and it's not you. Know. Has the bun on top of his head his hair just bothers me it's all over the place yeah just it looks it looks like it's not real Yeah he's a. Plastic surgery to you think so Right him and him in And did it yeah Stories that front row for kiss, without makeup at Freeman Coliseum and actually did not have, tickets for front row but two seats on the end of the front row, on the far left there were. Just sitting there empty so I made. My way down there I was standing on top of a chair and Shannon tweed was in. Front of me backstage she was almost the same height as I was. Standing, on. A chair oh wow girl is. Tall I was checking and high heel boots, now our heels from not very big girls tall very good looking to person, she is extremely attractive but yeah. So kids without makeup in Shannon Shannon. Tweed amaze me how tall she was an Elvis Costello turning sixty four and Billy Ray Cyrus. Man we do we thank him or do we blame him for Miley. A, little. Bit of both Creator but then he. Kind of, created the monster after that right, you know I think she's really rebounded she's back with Liam and you know I think she's not, quite. Indulging and. Marijuana as much as she is and that's why we haven't heard from her seriously All right coming up at seven. Ten wwl news director Jim Foreside his first commentary of. The. Morning seven, forty we'll check in with. Their national news correspondent Michael Bauer get, the latest on Hawaii and the latest with Trump but.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"About a woman who is was here this week she's ninety two years old very spry woman she came with her husband she's been married sixty seven years shed a breast cancer it was a metastatic had a pet scan that was positive she was in the shower last month she felt a large mass in the left breast i saw she i learned about it shouldn't have a mammogram and a pet scan a pet scan by the ways in pet pet scanners injection of radioactive sugar scan the whole body seaworthy cancer is cancer usually likes to eat a lot of nutrition and sugar is an easy nutrition some people think of you don't eat sugar the cancer will die well that's not true cancer just eats whatever wants to eat for pet scans sugars and easy thing to put radiation label onto and see where the cancer is and so her pet scan show that the cancer had traveled she's got a mass that's about six centimeters the brass to the mammogram showed that of the pet scan showed it and also the pet scan showed cancer and the armpit and some cancer in the bones and the breast and she wants to have treatment number one because the breast is painful number two it's a big mass number three it's eating through the nipple area so this cancers and stopped on abreast dade can well eat through all the skin and destroy the skin and become infected and bleeding so it's very important to treat the breast cancer and were able to treat it anywhere with a high degree of success she learned about hormonal therapy and chemotherapy and surgery we talked about all the options but she wants to have focused beam radiation to the breast to try to relieve the pain shrink the mass the masses about six seven centimeters that's about three inches in the left breast under the nippo and just above the nipple area they're skin changes called toda orange which is a french term for orange peel so the skins being involved by the cancer and there's about a three centimeter mass in the armpit so for her we've done our work we've advised her we discussed everything and while most of this information was already available to the patient and the husband none of her doctors ever described it and she felt fortunate that we're able to describe it and give her copies of her paperwork so she actually knows now exactly what she has at what needs to be done to get rid of this cancer this cancer suspecting her left breast and armpit and possibly balances well she is more than ninety years old but ninety year old people want to be treated and we shouldn't be prejudiced sean factors even laws against it and the fact she's ninety means it's probably more likely that she's gonna hit a hundred than me so i believe that every patient should be informed of the options and she certainly with that she looks like she's sixty not ninety and she has a good head on her shoulders and will make the right decision for her and we know that's true for every patient we just try to provide the information and the answers and answer all the.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on KOMO

"And a child sexting the sixty seven year old pleaded guilty to first and second degree attempted rape of the child that case will go to trial next month eric heintz komo news there's public frustration over the decision not to include interim seattle police chief carmen best among the finalists for the permanent job komo's suzanne phan reports reverend harry walden can't believe the announcement made friday that the three finalists for seattle police chief didn't include interim chief carmen best a twenty six year veteran of the department i'm disappointed because the process cheated carmen best she has been engaged in the community i see the chiefs he's worked well it every sector walden is a vocal advocate for better police community relations she says best was the most qualified candidate none of the candidates have ever been involved in a consent decree they didn't say anything about that here she is already involved in the consent decree has been involved in a consent decree all of this time and now for the sustainment part they wanna bring in somebody else the people that have contacted me everybody is upset and displeased at this decision we also heard from pat murakami the president of the south seattle crime prevention council she talked to komo news by phone i was very surprised and i think it's very disrespectful to chief best in the contributions that she's made to the seattle police department that's komo's suzanne phan reporting now mayor jenny durken will interview the three finalists and name the next chief by early july authorities continue to look for a missing california teen who may be headed to washington thirteen year old and at the u seda ran away from her grandmother's home near fresno on april twenty ninth and is believed to be traveling with edgar martinez thought that edgar martinez an adult who she may be romantically involved with it's believed they may be traveling in a beige or silver nissan altima and at the is considered a risk at a runaway risk because of her age and she has a history of mental illness with suicidal tendencies bothell teenager who had been missing for days now safe at home.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"But i'm watching john kelly general john kelly so he's a fourstar berate he's a tough cookie if he was a teacher mud i wouldn't might have been a gun because i guarantee can use it better than anybody there's no security guard at a higher that's going to handle a gun better than him so if he's a teacher at of other friends of his from the brain of their teaching or other people like that i want them to have a gun well that certainly the kind of thing clooney's stood was doing in the movies when he was sixty seven years old going up against the bad guy was superior firepower and taking out is taking the guy out with his hand gun the president has seen too many clint eastwood movies john kelly is sixty seven years old he has never gone into combat will only handgun or commanded marines in combat armed only with handguns he has only commanded marines and combat who have weapons of war the finest weapons of war like the ar fifteen john kelly would never order or marine and to combat armed with only a handgun john kelly was never trained to go into combat in an american high school where the possible collateral damage included high school students thousands of the and dozens of american high school teachers no marine has ever been trained to do that in no marie rain has ever done it but in donald trump's imagining of mass murder and american school all it takes to stop the shooter is a former marine with a concealable handguns and he seems convinced that former marines and other military veterans have filled american teaching jobs.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The average draw down over the last sixty seven years was minus thirteen and a half percent and i might have read this subst got a freak out but i don't i really i was lying to you by was fibbing i don't lie i was pulling your leg a little bit because i don't really care the reason i don't care is because i have been studying this stuff for forty the years focusing on strategy is solves all the problems it solves all of the problems and i don't want to sound like a broken record here but i think i will but first i sound like a broken record let me read from peter lazarus off how to make sure you're ready for a market downturn on this starts to make a little more sense to me because now we've got to prepare we have to prepare mentally and physically what are you going to do with your money if anything but you have to be prepared mentally because remember this is a mental game as much as it is an investing game and if you cannot manage your behavior you will lose out and we have learned that over the years dow bars done this study every year for the past 30 years and they take a look at what investors have done and they've taken a look at what the market is done and i know there's been some debates over you know their techniques and they're arguing over whether or not it's that the numbers are real but jesuits this pretend that they are okay the the average investor earned like three and a half percent of the last 20 or 30 years the markets done eight nine ten percent how can that be well it's simple the average investor as emotions and the market doesn't and when the investor acts upon those emotions and it's almost humanly impossible not to we're does not wired that way when the market starts to go down you know 10 20 thirty percent we think it's going down to zero within would lose all of our money we forget the fact that you just bought come anthony this is your business that's what so great about buffet y'all he's so richie can by so much of a business that he is wired and he's on the board he knows the board members' these talk and the the.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Jersey one away they need or two eight three one away five steve trevor lease we lost david cassidy sixty seven years old they've been going on like for the last couple of weeks india been hospitalized for several days with organ failure and you've been diagnosed with dementia early this year uh uh performed that bb king lose clubbing drill in new york in march vogue it about his dementia and said his arthritis may playing guitar an ordeal we're talking about atheism right now become an atheist and also the object that the atheist subject to the blessing of the animals at the bergen county animal shelter you uh uh blair a new jersey what a what point five eight you drive happy thanksgiving buddy same the you my friend happy thanksgiving it's time boss i hope wide uh i'm not going to ats but uh god bless david cassidy absolutely absolutely and uh even say he will say yes i like the guy you know he was a good performer good entertainer but he got caught up in the whole drug and alcohol on hold that thought uh anyway we lose another one but this and this is the whole thing with these animals the blessing of the animals are the animals protesting no animals what's the problem if the animals are okay with it we will get would it be articles are okay with it manner probably enjoying this thing yeah why don't we have the pledge scene of the acs well there's heads might blow watches to pystem off we're gonna be what we're gonna obliged black.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on KGO 810

"The door with the donation of the new stuffed animal benefiting the fuzzy buddy project at going the kids of the north bay fires must be 18 or older to intent find complete event info luck jio nate said suvs as ism's lima been reporting david cassidy the actor widely known for his starring role as keith partridge on the 1970s series the partridge family died from oregon failure today in fort lauderdale florida you what a sixty seven years old people magazine reports the actor had been in intensive care since he was hospitalized for liver and kidney failure last week he had revealed in february that he was suffering from dementia president trump is discounting accusations of sexual misconduct against alabama senate candidate roy more from tells voters not to support morris liberal rival previously the white house had said only that trump thinks it's up to the people of alabama to choose their next senator as end of the math teacher faces charges of sexual misconduct with a twelve year old student fortyfiveyearold chad is it's nur was arrested following in in investigation by the santa clara county sheriff's office the alleged misconduct happened at a summer math camp in saratoga and the national park service is giving people more time to weigh in on a proposed at fee increase at seventeen of its most popular parks including the grand canyon and yosemite this would be charged seventy dollars per vehicle that's up from the current thirty dollar fee during the five busiest months of the year the common period had been scheduled to thursday the new deadline is december twenty seconds david cassi one but we will uh you know it's funny the a lot of people knew him worth an actor because he did oughta acting after that fact i was reading he was on one of his buyers he was nominated for two emmys prompting now.

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"sixty seven years" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"sixty seven years" Discussed on KOMO

"Give its latest nuclear test and underground detonation estimated to be as far as much as five times the yield of the nagasaki bomb pyongyang says the device was small enough to fit onto a missile defense secretary james mattis huddled at the white house with president trump and vice president pence any threat to the united states towards territory including or our allies will be met with a massive military response for responsible affective and overwhelming the un security council meets in another emergency session tomorrow houston mayor sylvester turner insists much of his city is hoping to get back on track by tuesday that's despite cruise shutting off crucitti instill flooded areas of west houston as flood control engineers release water from overloaded reservoirs the mayor says and other priorities removing enormous amounts of debris at quicker we can get that gone it will lift their spirits and the fvo real and they will feel better about the neighborhood and about their conditions at the arkin plant and crosby texas authorities started a control burn of highly unstable chemical compounds that have been exploding in recent days california governor jerry brown declared a state of emergency in los angeles county a wild fire that started friday as black and six thousand acres and destroyed at least three homes he'd smoky here in la right now like a fog hanging over the area had smells like a barbecue firefighters are still in an intense battle but they say things are getting better it's cooling down a bit from over one hundred degrees to the mid ninety abc's alex stone in los angeles death of iraq and roller official website announced the death of see lead and cofounder walter becker no cause of death given steely dan as a long string of hits sold more than forty million albums snap becker sixty seven years old when he passed this is abc news pressures offer base buildings only on could windows loser accessory economic recovery we've all.

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