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The Amusement Park Mummy
"December one thousand nine hundred seventy six crew members from the tv. Show the six million dollar man. Were shooting an episode at the pike amusement park in long beach california local and steve austin who played six million dollar man who was riding one of the rides. Spooky scary ride called laugh in the dark l. a. f. f. b. ghost and scary stuff like a haunted ride but it had laugh in the title to very misleading. Who was setting things up and making it scary. One of the employees they found a mannequin. Kneeling let me move this over here and the arm broke off. She's holding it and looking at it and he says this looks real thin and probably still. Some tendons snapped off snapped off god. And you've got to imagine things might be a little more realistic now or you know. People put a lot into haunted rides. Yeah but in. Nineteen seventy six pike's amusement park which is on its last days. You know they're gonna have mannequins in they're just gonna yeah them up or whatever but this crew member was holding a actual human arm. Oh my god from somebody who died in nineteen eleven. What the story of this essentially. Mummy goes back to nineteen eleven end. Pike's museum park wasn't its first stop. Oh my god then ended up on an episode of sex in the city guide. The corpse was elmer. Mccurdy an outlaw. Who died in a gunfight with police sixty five years before that just cigarettes hitting me with waves. And i. I'm trying to process it all is you're telling it to me and i
How Does Tik Tok Lead Generation Ads Work
"Last year since it really grew. And hey should i be on tiktok that you know as my audience there and so that's what i really wanted to talk to you about recently. Tiktok launched legion as one of the campaign objectives and it really just copies the campaign objectives from google from facebook from linked in twitter. And you'll notice if you're setting if you're setting up in ads account on any of those platforms. One of the first things that are going to do when you're looking at the ads. Creation is choosing the audience right. That's one of the things but the first step is really choosing the objective. And so if you go on tiktok in the ads manager part of tiktok you can see that. They now offer lead generation as one of the objectives right so if you wanna generate leads beat a b. or b. two c. It's there for tiktok whether it's gonna work for your business or your product or service or industry it. You'll need to test. I am testing it right now with a couple different clients. I'm testing it with my podcast. I actually just set up a lead gen campaign on tiktok for fifty dollars to run over the course of actually sixty dollars over the course of. I believe it's three days. So that's the minimum or you can choose the other minimum which is Twenty dollars a day but if we look at the audience the way i see it as this sixty two percent of all tiktokers are in the. Us are between the ages of ten and twenty nine. so that's not my audience. I know my audience the majority of the decision makers that i worked with them daily basis as a b. two b. service provider. My audience is forty five to sixty five years old. That's those are the people that are almost always making the decisions on building account. So you have to figure out if you're a b. two b. is your audience there presumably if they're telling me that sixty two percent or ten twenty nine than the other thirty percent are thirty years to sixty five years. Don't but i don't know a lot of adults who are of a you know even my my age category genetics Spending too much time on tiktok nevertheless even if you can get a small audience and generate some leads. Hey you wanna be creating brand awareness. If your lifestyle brand you sell products and
Brandon Elliot Charged for New York City Anti-Asian Attack
"Also in some justice news today local authorities said wednesday. They filed three felony hate crime charges against thirty eight year. Old brandon elliott in the brutal stopping of an elderly asian american woman. A case that could test the f- the efficacy of such statutes amid a national groundswell of concern over rising anti-asian attacks manhattan district attorney. Cy vance said elliott. A homeless black man on parole after serving seventeen years in prison for killing. His mother told sixty five year. Old ville macari. You don't belong here before. He launched the unprovoked attack in midtown on monday. Elliott faces two counts of second degree assault and one count of attempted. First degree assault the carry a maximum sentence of twenty five years as well as other punishments for violating his parole. The beating was captured on a lobby surveillance. Video from condominium showed several on lookers failing to respond one closed the lobby door as she lay just outside on the pavement the assault caused widespread outrage another in a rash of high profile attacks on people of asian descent including the mass shooting in atlanta. That left six female. Asian workers and two others dead in march and the fatal assault also captured on video of an elderly tie immigrants francisco in february. The alleged assailant's in those cases have not been charged with hate crimes illustrating the complexities surrounding how such cases are handled. The charges against elliott came a day after the biden administration announced steps to respond to mounting pressure from leaders including expedited thirty day internal review. The justice department aimed at bolstering the federal agencies tracking and prosecution of hate crimes and bias incidents other measures included reinstating white house initiative on asian americans and pacific islanders and allocating nearly fifty million dollars in new grants at the department of health and human services to assist survivors of domestic violence. And sexual assault with new api outreach
Attack on Asian Woman in New York City's Midtown Prompts Another Hate Crime Investigation
"York city police released surveillance video of an unidentified man violently attacking a sixty five year old woman on monday. In midtown manhattan video of the attack which took place on the sidewalk in front of an apartment building in broad daylight show demand kicking a woman to the ground and then stomping on her body and head multiple times. The video also showed building staff members watching the attack but not intervening and even closing. The door to the building as the woman's attacker walked away. Those staff members have now been suspended. According to the building's management company and pd said the attacker made racist anti-asian remarks and they're investigating the assault as a hate crime. The attack is the latest surge of anti asian violence that has been recorded this past year. Surge that community members and advocates have been trying to raise alarm bells about for months despite little attention in the mainstream media until recently
Asian American Woman Brutally Attacked In New York City
"A brutal attack. In new york is putting new. Focus on a wave of violence against asian americans the white house announcing new measures to stop it. Cat now has more a warning. The video is disturbing tonight. New footage showing a sixty five year old. Asian woman viciously attacked in broad daylight. It could be any of us any day tomorrow. Know a man repeatedly kicking her in the stomach on a new york city street stomping on her head or making anti asian statements. According to police three people are in the lobby of an apartment building. Just steps away at least one of them watches the brutal assault and once the attacker. Who was still at large leaves. No one helps the woman instead. The doors closed as she struggles on the sidewalk. We can't just stand back and watch a heinous act happening. Nationwide hate crimes against asians. Were up nearly one hundred fifty percent last year. How concerned are you. That people are doing this in an effort to copy what other perpetrators have done. I'm extremely Certain about the copycat effect additionally. I think people reporting things more than they were previously immoral aware of. What's happening now. The biden administration is allocating nearly fifty million dollars for asian american pacific islander survivors of violence and assault and establishing a new committee dedicated to ending xenophobia against the api community. The fbi will also publicly highlight reports of anti-asian hate crimes. We're a moment of recognition and we get to choose what kind of country. We want to be the justice department also announcing today. It's expediting the improvement of hate crime tracking and prosecutions. The most painful part of that video was watching that man. Close the door on that women. And i hope that as a country. We don't do the same thing. Joe it's all so horrifying any word that woman's condition lester officials say she's just been released from the hospital and as for the people in that lobby building management says they've been suspending pending investigation. The new york city hate crimes task force is also
Past Covid Infections Don’t Confer Strong Enough Immunity, Study Finds, Underlining Need For Vaccines
"One of the first large studies exploring immunity from natural infection with covid nineteen researchers in denmark found some surprising trends including evidence that even those who previously contracted the disease should still get vaccinated in the study published march seventeenth in the medical journal. The lancet researchers took advantage of repeated corona virus test results from about four million people in order to how often those previously infected with sars covy to the virus that causes covid. Nineteen were reinfected. Since the test results were tied to people's health records. The scientists scientists could anonymous the data and compare those who tested positive during denmark's first covid nineteen wave last spring with those who tested positive during a second wave in the autumn that revealed key findings about reinfection rates in the country in the spring two percent of the five hundred thirty thousand plus people who were tested for sars cuvee to positive among them point six five percent tested positive again later that year compared to three point three percent of those who had tested negative during the first way that sets infection with sars covy to provides about eighty percent protection against reinfection. What's more there was no evidence that this immunity waned over the studies six month follow up period but when the researchers broke down the data by age they learned that this protection wasn't uniform. Protection was only forty seven percent for people over sixty five years old. The result in the elderly surprised me said lead researcher steen ethelbert of the statens serum institute denmark's equivalent of the us centers for disease control and prevention.
Yo-Yo Ma Stuns Crowd With Impromptu Performance at Vaccine Site
"On saturday renowned musician. Yo yo ma put on an impromptu concert during his fifteen minute observation period following his second dose of the covid nineteen vaccine the sixty five year old cellist performed ave maria and bach's prelude in g major for the people at the pittsfield massachusetts vaccination site. If everybody's going to start doing the thing they're known for after they get vaccinated. Let's just say do not want to be there when the blue man group their second does. Those guys are messy. I do not want to participate as an audience member. No audience participation
Seattle to open more permanent COVID-19 vaccination sites in Rainier Beach, West Seattle, Lumen Field Event Center
"Been reporting how seattle is turning some of its testing sites into permanent vaccination sites starting today the rainier beach side is prepared to give about two thousand shots a week and so is second location in west seattle. Kyw's josh amac nickeled visited the rainier beach vaccination clinic today joshua high and describe this vaccination site for us well like every other side. It's open to people who are eligible. Mostly that means seniors over sixty five but there are a few other categories to like home health workers anyway. Everyone who shows up here has an appointment and they walk up and they check in at a table and then when it's their turn they passed. They passed through one of several shipping containers on a train or on the back of a truck and inside there is an administrator in a little booth. And there's someone from the fire department and that person gives you your shot and then you walk out the back of the shipping container into an outdoor area and then you hang out under a tent for like fifteen minutes with a view of the lake all right well. Did you get to speak to anyone there. Yeah i spoke to a lot of seniors there in the recovery tent. And they told me before today trying to get a vaccination appointment was a real chore. Roberta bird right said she couldn't sleep. She wanted an appointment so badly. Given times i wake up you know in the morning. Three o'clock two o'clock in during the throughout the day. And then of course the site that we look. It's like places. Like well up in tacoma and you know really far out. And i'm not going to those places so i just kept looking and looking so now opened up so she also got on wait lists at pharmacies and they told her they'd call but they never did and then she heard from a friend that the southeast seattle senior center was helping seniors make appointments and so she called. They called me back right away like within a few days and schedule being. I'm here bird right. Told me that she had concerns about the safety of the vaccine so it was reassuring for her to go through a community group. Yeah that's good news that roberta got her shot. And just you know. We've been hearing stories about grandkids helping their grandparents schedule. An appointment you know for a variety of reasons you know. Maybe the grandparents don't have a smartphone or computer or maybe like roberta's case the the grandparents are trying to just striking out but in this case it sounds like the senior center is stepping in. Yes and that is the strategy here. They're still far more demand for vaccines than there is supply and so these new vaccination sites are favoring referrals they're working closely with community groups and those groups are doing the outreach. Linda green runs the southeast seattle senior center. That's the group that helped this person earlier. Find their appointment and she says she got her staff spending all their time. Basically going after vaccination appointments for seniors. But it's hard because there just aren't enough vaccines so she said it feels like a competition. Well it's a competition because now we're have folks who are competing you've got the folks who are seventy five years old and older. We've got the sixty five year old. We've got those folks who are under fifty but are also caretakers for those who are sixty five and over or seventy and over. And i know that we have to start from the top the most vulnerable and work our way down but it still is somewhat competitive as to. Who's going to get it first. So all of those those areas we still have to define but we are of the opinion that the goal is for everyone to get vaccinated so whomever we can fit into that classification. That's what we're doing. Yeah and in that competition for vaccines. It helps to have a community group to help you get an appointment. But eventually officials tell me the problem will cease to be a vaccine shortage problem and will become a communication problem. You know trying to get enough people to show up and use all the vaccines right. And we're hearing. There will be more and more vaccinations slots opening up later as well and and another thing. We learned today. Josh was later this month. There's going to be another max. Vaccination site opening up in seattle At the former centurylink field now known as linfield yes and with that site. They're going to start small in the middle of the month but as soon as enough vaccines are on the way that site will be able to push out twenty one thousand vaccinations per day. They told me yeah. That sounds like a lot of shots. When is that going to be. They wouldn't say for sure. Only the it'll happen as soon as possible. And if you're a senior and you want to be proactive linda. Green at the southeast seattle senior center says give them a call. And they'll help you. You don't even have to be in seattle proper anywhere in king. County is fine and then of course you can also use the washington phase finder website. Which helped at least one senior here today.
Mysterious Tourist Resort Deaths
"The dominican republic is a jewel floating in the caribbean visitors to the island. Come looking for paradise in its verdant rainforests and white sand beaches more often than not they find it and then they tell their friends. Tourism is a massive industry in the dominican republic. In fact around twenty percent of the nation's gross domestic product comes from foreign visitors though the population numbers just ten million people dominicans. Welcome more than six million vacationers every year. Almost half of them come from the united states in two thousand eighteen. A disturbing trend began among the tourists. One that would go unnoticed for almost a year. Someone or something was killing them in june that year a fifty one year old. Pennsylvania resident named yvette monet export on her first vacation in years. Yvette was excited to finally relax at the luxurious by principal resort in punta cana. Little did she know it would be her final holiday. One evening event in her fiance had a drink from their room's minibar before going to bed in the middle of the night her partner hurting gurgling sound thinking nothing of it he turned over and went back to sleep but when he woke he that was dead. Yvette was just the first in a string of tragedies. The following month of forty five year old man named david harrison traveled to the dominican with his wife. Dawn they state at a different resort. But like yvette. David seemingly had a target on his back one day. He returned from snorkeling saying he felt unwell after he dawn fell asleep. The unthinkable happened. David woke in a cold sweat. Unable to move his wife tried to get help but it was too late. David had suffered a heart attack which caused his lungs to fill with fluids. I condition known as pulmonary dima. He didn't survive as two thousand. Eighteen ended it. Seemed like yvette. And david were to random fatalities but in early two thousand nineteen four. More people died seventy eight year old jerry current in january thirty one year old tracy jerome gesture junior in march and sixty five year old john corcoran and sixty seven year. Old robert wallace. In april each of these tragedies were reported to the authorities but no one made any connection between them until forty one year old miranda shop werner on may twenty fifth two thousand nineteen miranda arrived at the bahia principe bougainville resort with her husband. Dan the getaway was to celebrate their ninth wedding anniversary. They hadn't been in their room. Long maranda took a drink from the mini bar. But after her first sip she suddenly convulsed she cried out for her husband and fell backwards onto the bed where she writhed in agony before passing out. Dan swiftly called the paramedics. Dan himself was a doctor. So he searched for miranda's polls he could barely feel it. He administered cpr until the emt's arrived. But neither he nor the medics could revive her. Miranda was declared dead on the scene the victim of a heart attack though miranda did have a history of cardiac issues. Her relatives back in pennsylvania had doubts as to whether they had killed her and their suspicion grew when they learned she had taken a drink from the mini bar right before collapsing. They took it as evidence that something else was a foot in just five days later it seemed they were proven right on may thirtieth at the bahia principe romana hotel staff entered a room to clean. They found two guests lying on the floor unresponsive. The housekeepers rushed to get help but it was too late. The couple was already long dead. The resort identified the bodies as sixty three year. Old edward homes and forty nine year old. Cynthia day of maryland. The pair had been scheduled to check out earlier that day. An autopsy revealed they had eerily died from the same cause as david harrison pulmonary dima. All three were cardiac related deaths in which fluid filled their lungs. But in edward and cynthia's case no one called for help. If their hearts gave out at different times one of them should have been able to dial reception but there was no call indicating the two people suffered identical heart attacks at the exact same moment with three dead guests in under a week. The bahia principe chain realized they needed to get ahead of the press. The hotel company released a statement stressing that they were doing everything they could to help the families of the deceased and they would cooperate with local authorities to determine if there was any link between their deaths
Reeling Texans Hire David Culley as Head Coach
"I joining us now. Dan were grateful all this crazy news. He's nfl network. Insider are insider here on the shots house ratio rap sheet on twitter. Join syrian rap. Forty and. Welcome in against great to have your. Let me start by saying not. Well you everything and nothing. Unfortunately we'll get to david kelley in a second but he's having his introductory press conference today in town mcnair and jack easterby are not showing up right y because nicosia aerial runs football operations. And make sure it will be sitting there with david kelly to answer questions And my guess is based on my understanding of the texans situation that is going to continue You know obviously jack. Easterby has not to my knowledge of lease stunning interview since he has been in houston. His role has changed dramatically over that time to hear from him. And i assume that we will. I just don't know that it's going to be any time soon But honestly like for a good franchise. This is the way it should be. You know when you have major football decisions you should be hearing from the person in charge of football and that nick caserio And i expect him to take the reigns and run with it both today And in the future. Nick should be their social cal. So so is this normal. I mean when's the last time. An owner of some sort wasn't in a press conference for a new coach. Sixty five years old getting his first chance on a franchise. It's in disarray. Why wouldn't the owner show up and and put his arm around him and show support I think because this is. I wanna say this is not me from sources. This is just speculating. Right anything of the situation You know the comic neighbors there for the higher of 'cause cereal. He essentially appointed nick kishiro to run football and now that they've made the most significant football decision under knicks regime. He is going to be the one answering questions. Is it normal It's about half and half. I would say sometimes. The owner is there during press conferences to announce the coach. Sometimes they are not this situation. Obviously a little different. Because you know there's controversy and the owner is very involved in it right like caused it really So you know having him there. Answer questions i think would for those of us me included. Who'd like to hear from him. I wish he was there I'm not sure it helps the organization so muddy things up and from someone who was clearly not comfortable in front of the camera. not good at it I'm sure there'll be a time when he will answer questions. I'm not sure how it helps anyone. Deliver clear message with him being there entering questions about it today.
Larry King, television legend, dies at age 87
"Broadcasting legend. Larry king has died at the age of eighty seven. Even over two decades ago. Larry expressed his barilla's and humor on the conan o'brien show. I'm sixty five years old. i feel like i'm eighteen. You're having a kid going to be a father a sixty five i'm going to. This is a medicare baby. I figured out. I'm over sixty five. You're gonna pay. King passed away this morning at cedars sinai medical center in los angeles he was born laurence harvey zieger new york. Nineteen thirty three. He grew up in brooklyn and got his start in broadcasting in miami in the fifties he changed his name to larry king when his general manager suggested his birth name. Maybe two ethnic
Tanya Roberts, Bond girl and 'Sheena' star, dead at 65
"The veteran actor has died she played the character who charmed and intrigued James Bond in the movie a view to a kill and she was on the popular sitcom that seventies show on your rabbit has died and yes you may have heard that news Monday but it wasn't true then unfortunate mix up led to an early a false report that Roberts had passed away but a couple of hours after the story was straightened out her partner told the Associated Press that robins had indeed died Tanya Roberts was sixty five years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
COVID-19 vaccine distributed to Houston-area hospitals
"Texas department of state health services is reporting that just over one hundred sixty three thousand texans have received at least one dose of a covid nineteen vaccine the houston chronicle reports that yesterday nine hundred and forty people in harris county were vaccinated including many senior citizens in houston nursing homes. Soon older hospital. Patients will be getting their opportunity to be vaccinated. Dr roberta schwartz is the executive vice president at houston methodist. She says they'll start with patients who are at least seventy five years old depending on how quickly those appointments still with those four seventy five and above and how much vaccine we are given we will move to the sixty five And above at very shortly there after the chronicle reports that about three thousand patients have scheduled vaccine appointments at methodist hospital and at memorial hermann hospital nearly five thousand medical group patients were at least sixty five years old have signed up
Seniors begin getting long-sought COVID-19 vaccinations in Houston
"As houston health officials warn of a potential surge in corona virus cases. After the new year. The state has now hit a new record of covid nineteen hospitalizations. Texas reported that eleven thousand. Three hundred fifty. One people were hospitalized yesterday. Smashing the previous high mark set in july. The news comes as houston area hospitals. Prepare for the next round of vaccinations. houston methodist. Hospital is expected to begin. Vaccinating patients seventy five years an older as early as next week. Roberta schwartz is the executive vice president of houston methodist. She says people sixty five and older are eligible for the next round of vaccines and the hospital is prioritizing older patients i because they make up such a large part of the patient base depending on how quickly those appointments still with those four seventy five and above and how much seen we are given We will move to the sixty five and above very shortly thereafter. Short says houston methodist has more than one hundred thousand patients who are seventy five years and older. This marks the beginning of phase one b of the state's vaccine distribution plan which allows those who are sixty five years and older or those with certain medical conditions to be vaccinated
Lawyer: Soldier charged in Rockford shooting may have PTSD
"An attorney for the U. S. army special forces sergeant accused of killing three people at an Illinois bowling alley this past weekend says her client may suffer from PTSD Winnebago county state's attorney J. Hanley says thirty seven year old Duke Webb who had just completed a fourth tour of duty in Afghanistan has admitted to the shooting rampage inside a bowling alley that left three people dead a fourteen year old male was shot in the face he is alive but hospitalized in critical condition sixty five year old Thomas first half was on the first floor when the defendant began shooting first a first test began running toward the stairs when the defendant shot him in the torso he tells W. LS TV that victim died as did two other men but Webster Turney says he'll undergo a mental health evaluation suggesting he suffers from post traumatic stress disorder Webb is assigned to Eglin Air Force base in Florida and was visiting family in the Rockford Illinois area I'm Jackie Quinn
Moderna to seek FDA emergency authorization for COVID-19 vaccine
"We're hurtling toward. What may well be a horrible and deadly holiday season as cova cases numbers and hospitalizations. Continue to reach alarming highs over ninety thousand. People are currently hospitalized in the us according to the cova tracking project that's compared to the previous high of about sixty thousand in the spring and summer. So more by half just terrifying. We're also moving quickly towards something that looks like hope to vaccines yesterday. Dern submitted its vaccine for fda authorization aaron. What's the latest on that. Well akilah thanks to the incredible work of scientists and researchers. We've now got to vaccines that. Could start to be distributed to americans within days or weeks maderna's mentioned and pfizer which submitted a couple of weeks ago. As soon as the fda reviews and approves either one for emergency use people can start lining up to get poked. Yeah i am also in line to get poked but as you've been talking about on the show with this first round vaccines were not going to have enough for everybody all at once and we don't have one official plan for who gets to be at the front of the line. That's why the cdc's advisory committee on immunization practices or ac ip is having an emergency meeting today hammer out some guidelines for states on who gets there. Kobe shot i. Yeah so what do we know about their thinking. Well much to the chagrin of the kardashians in everybody who would love to feel just a little more normal by having a massless dance party on a private island. The vaccine will not be distributed based on how many instagram followers. You have or even whether your father invented the toaster strudel I'm really bummed. I that's my dad. I know. I know grudging wieners. The has already decided that the first people in line should be healthcare workers and people who live in long term care facilities like nursing homes according to dr kathleen dueling medical officer at the cdc staff and residents at these facilities have accounted for almost forty percent of all deaths from covid nineteen even though there are less than one percent of the total us population if you add healthcare workers and people who live and work at long term care facilities. That's about twenty four million people even with fda approval and firing on all cylinders. There will only be about forty million vaccine doses available by the end of this godforsaken year and both cohen. Vaccines require two shots. Which means that those forty million doses will be barely enough to meet the needs of the very neediest in this group. Yeah and then. It starts to get a little bit trickier when you get into the other. Essential workers and people with high risk medical conditions. Or you know older people right. So according to the cdc there about eighty seven million essential workers one hundred million high risk adults and fifty three million people sixty five years of age or older. And of course there's some overlap between these categories. These are the people that would be prioritized next but as you can see there are a lot of them if all goes well you could see fifty million more doses ready to go in january another sixty million in february or march doing math divided by to carry the one that means about seventy five million people could be vaccinated against covid nineteen by the end of the first quarter of twenty twenty one which means the more people who are at an elevated risk from covid. Then there will be vaccines and there will not be enough vaccines to reach herd immunity at first and it's going to be a while before we get there and so this is just guidance. According to current lame duck secretary of health and human services. Alex as our love connick guy. Lame duck state governments will ultimately determine how the vaccine will be distributed. But who knows if that assertion will hold after biden takes office on january twentieth knows. Well it's a little bit of an elephant in the room. Here you know. America has a long history of ignoring the needs of and in some cases actively hurting the health of marginalized groups like indigenous americans living on reservations. Black people hello Non native english speakers people experiencing homelessness and the mentally ill among other groups. So how can we be sure that the cova vaccine will just pass them over. That's a really important question akilah. I'm sure there are already rich and powerful people trying to figure out how to skip the line. There's nothing more american than that but the acp seems determined to make sure americans have faith in the fairness of this process. All of their meetings are live streamed. So if you're looking for something to do today you can go ahead and livestream. The meeting in all the votes are public. The fda has also having meetings on vaccines on december tenth and seventeenth. This whole process depends on the public trusting the vaccine enough to let somebody shoot two doses of it into their arms and it seems like so far at least the folks in charge are taking that responsibility seriously and all this is happening with derna advisor will still be gathering more data and monitoring for adverse effects as the first groups of people get vaccinated and then the companies will have to go through the normal. Fda approval process as well. This first round of approval is a fast track process. So getting back to normal isn't site kind of if you squint. It's not that far. It's right there it's kind of kind of. Let's put it this way between now and when everybody who needs to be vaccinated is vaccinated. 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Phoenix Suns complete trade to acquire Chris Paul from Oklahoma City Thunder
"Right welcome back. Look who's here perk with us Stephen i'm going to start with you on this one. If the nets do get hardened do they need to win the title. This season having this type of talent downright without question. And i'm gonna tell you why because the pressure is going to be immense first of all your k. d. Obviously everybody's looking at you comparing you to lebron and stuff like that Lebron goes and he assembles a big three. Then ultimately you want up to him and went to golden state and gave the ultimate big three. Lebron sits up de a d. is now in. La so you go to brooklyn you got kyri and then you get a james heart so the pressure will be immense on him. This guy read because of all the things that max has titillated throughout the years and to a lesser degree kendrick perkins when you talk about the lack of leadership there kyri urban may have shown from time to time. He elected to leave cleveland. The go to boston. The situation in boston didn't work out. He goes to brooklyn the only place. Twenty games helped was an issue and all of that stuff plus. He made some headlines. That's an issue. And then you've got james hearted remember. James harden didn't want the white how houston Ultimately he didn't want chris paul in houston and then obviously even though again and kendrick perkins knows this far better than me because he has those relationships with these guys. In particular russell westbrook russell westbrook made sure to reiterate to me. Listen his relationship. With james harden is as is big tom their brothers and they're gonna always be brothers. We did not talk about basketball. Just a relationship that he has with james harden which also articulated over social media. I by the way his relationship with james harden they are brothers and they are tight but that doesn't mean they want to play together so as a result of that rests with westbrook is planning on moving on as a result of him. Moving on james harden is moving on. And so there's going to be some pressure to bear because with all of this money that harden and k. d. and career getting paid along with the expectations. Let's bring in the last element you in brooklyn. New york utah. You're even denver. You're in the mecca the media capital. Now obviously the knicks are in new york city madison square. Got it but we should all be allergic to mentioning championship protection at a new york. Nixon brett at least at this moment atop the faith man leon roads and we'll worldwide west but the bottom line is is blasphemous sacrilegious to talk championships. And and the knicks but brooklyn fall weighs less than ten miles is less than ten miles away. It's still a part of brooklyn one of the five boroughs and there is going to be are meant pressure on manse. If the three of them larry know why go give it their. Kp might be right about this guy at five in milwaukee we might see silly. Do some things we know. Lebron is at whatever but if those three assemble no one is going to be interested in any stupendous as to why they did not win after three guys. You damn right. They need to win the chip because the world the world will be watching. First of all brooklyn is even thirstier for a championship. And i think is a bigger deal than a team winning in manhattan in the sense that brooklyn hasn't had a championship in sixty five years. Since the dodgers left brooklyn in fifty seven but they want and fifty five to go to air like that. But the knicks. You're right it's been almost forty eight years for the knicks but brooklyn is the nets or the team in new york. The knicks don't even exist compared to the nets right now and let me say this. There is immense pressure for them. To win you're right stephen while they're together i'm here saying it doesn't need to be in the first year for example if hardened goes to brooklyn and they lose in the finals and a tough series to the lakers. A team like that. It's all right but they have to win while they're together. Even this year's lakers team. I didn't pick them because it's hard to just throw a team together with guys have been played together. Get all the complimentary pieces right. Get it all right to go all the way. We saw that with lebron and his return to. Cleveland went to a game six of course they had injuries on that team. But that's part of it is coming off the catastrophic injury and we saw it again a result before that when lebron showed up miami with the big three it some it takes some times a year to get it right with guys playing together so i would say while there's enormous pressure for them to win while they're together because k. d. if he's most of themselves even is an mvp caliber player so is hardened and kyri may not be an mvp but he's more than just an all star he's all star plus you have to. Mvp caliber players an all star. And then some you're supposed to win a championship to gather. I don't think it has to be in the first year. And i wouldn't say that it's the kind of pressure for example when katie went to golden state. It's like there was more downside. Like guys you have to win it. If you don't win a championship that sorry i wouldn't. I don't think people will be looking at this team like that. Sorry if you don't wanna chip you gotta get outta the east
"sixty five years" Discussed on WTOP
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"Last episode. I told you that came down with some mild symptoms of covert nineteen and per doctor's recommendations. I isolated myself for a total of eighteen days. I lived in one room. Yes I'm very thankful to have a spare room to stay in during this time. It's basically the office slush guestroom slash long-distance Studio. Let me tell you living in one space for that amount of time makes you think a lot about what's happening to you to the world. What matters most how I got here. I started thinking about how messed up. It was that I couldn't get tested because at the time I came down with symptoms. The only people who could get tested were sixty five years up or had traveled or had come in contact with someone who tested positive or was a famous movie star or basketball player besides wondering if I was really sick or if my symptoms would get worse I spent lot of time thinking about how I could have gotten sick in the first place and the only thing I could think of was the night after experienced that racist encounter. I mentioned last episode. You'll have to go back to that episode tear. What happened but long story short. I went to a Filipino market. One day while wearing a mask and instead of ingredients I found a racist who told me China brought the virus here and to please. Don't give her the virus. Her racism didn't change my need to go to the store so that night. I went to two grocery stores with my producer partner. Whatever Patrick Aquino this time I wanNA wear mask Patrick than me either. I just didn't want to deal with weird looks or racists this is before the mayor of La started telling people to our facial coverings when they go outside. I remember in one store. I made the regrettable decision to walk through a sort of crowded. I'll then a woman started coughing as I passed by. Patrick remembers how crazy busy the other store was. And no one was social distancing. That was the last time we went out for at least a month. Patrick never got sick. I did but since I couldn't get tested I'll never know if what I had was. Kovin doctor said it could be a cold or allergies but I didn't sneeze or have a runny nose I had an incredibly annoying and itchy throat. I had a high temperature but no fever thankfully and I had a persistent cough. So yeah I could have had something super mild or I may have been a symptomatic or it could allergies. Whatever it was. I'm glad I isolated myself like I told you last episode Patrick's DADS with us. And he's pretty high risk so we wanted to play it extra safe. I'm better now but we'll talk. It would really suck if the reason I got sick was because I didn't wear protection because I was afraid. A racist attack a few weeks ago on Social Media. I asked for frontliners to get in touch her. I got a lot of responses mostly from healthcare workers and specifically nurses let's make no in California Filipinos make up eighteen percent or the second largest nursing workforce in the state that's according to a two thousand sixteen survey of California registered nurses in the migration of Filipino nurses to the United States in later other parts of the world can be traced back to the early twentieth century during the early part of American colonization when American nursing schools set up shop in the Philippines and began exporting Filipino. Women as nurses to the United States Catherine Sinisa Choi Professor of ethnic studies at UC Berkeley dives deep into this history in her book. Empire of care. I highly recommend it. A lot of people tend to think Vo Pinos. Oh we like to take care of people. That's why there's so many nurses but let's not entirely the case. Nursing is embedded in our culture because of American imperialism in that deep history has never felt so present and even ironic with so many Filipino nurses on the front lines on my calls to healthcare workers. I asked if they experienced racism at work. Most said no not on the job where they're needed when they step outside the hospital. Yeah on today's episode calls from frontlines. We'll hear from workers in industries like healthcare and food service. Where keeping a safe while. We stay home and flatten the curve. This is the last episode of our second season of long distance. And we couldn't find a better way to end than by sharing the stories and experiences of our frontliners.
"sixty five years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Of the sixty five year old woman she's single she has six children five or living she had big surgery for a five more months I'm home as a tumor could be cancer of the thymus gland should surgery chemo or one of the biggest section two of the biggest hospitals and it should standard radiation one of the hospitals in the five boroughs and then she comes in with a cancer under a long so she had a fine moment should surgery and chemo and radiation months of age and now she has a new mass in the long it was at the hospital one of the biggest hospitals New York and they want to remove us server logging and well that's when she said Hey you know I'm going to see doctor Lieberman and she came over and I saw her a year ago with this growing a mass in the law that she never had before she is H. R. U. V. and well I examined her she lost a lot of weight your weight was a hundred and four now down from a hundred and forty five pounds she lost forty pounds during the chemo and the surgery and radiation she's five foot five I saw her I examined her her lungs are clear lymph flows are negative purchases masses pet scan positive mass and CEO offered and she accepted treatment she does not want to be in the hospital for cutting or bleeding or surgery just not want to be if there's a better treatment and there is a thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway inserted through the heart of New York City were except most insurances Medicare Medicaid and other women who came to us three years ago she's fifty six years old born in New York City she came with her husband shed blood in the urine should blood in the urine should the cat scan cystoscopy the doctors of those big hospital mater wait six months to get a cat scan and look in the bladder and should terrible pain and will show the mass in the kidney and the kidney surgeon told her she had to remove over kidney and we've talked about that before including about the governor of New Jersey is planned to have surgery on his kidney for kidney cancer was she came to us also with the kidney cancer from New Jersey but she didn't want to have a kidney removed and whatever kidney thrown in a blockage and not want to lose her kidney she knows that if you have one kidney cancer is very possible of a cancer in the other kidney she just did not want to have radical surgery or kidney center friends or radio listeners and her friends like you told her Hey why don't you go see doctor Lieberman and she did she came here for valuation years ago and we treated her and she remains cancer free she asked me about the governor jerseys said well he's welcome to come if he wishes we have the longest experience in America the longest experience the western hemisphere performing non invasive treatment for kidney cancers so just because they put a wheelchair either side doesn't mean just to go take the wheel chair never kidney cut outs you can easily come to us she's fully functional and she wants to do that and I say one more thing she came to me two years ago she did that and now she is in remission the cancer is controlled it's taken care of she's in remission there's no no cancer cancer retreat is well treated no further treatment no chemo or no surgery and no cutting and no pain and that's how she is after our treatment for her kidney cancer which was detected when she had blood in the urine so another teaching point if you have blood in the urine it could be anywhere from the kidney ureter bladder urethra anywhere many kids do you use our get in fact to have blood but also blood that's occurring with no other symptoms as always of concern if your blood in the urine or blood in the stool it's probably a good idea to come and get checked out at doctor Lieberman's thirty four Broadway Broadway thirty eight street in the heart of New York City okay one more thing I saw that earlier the short introduce myself I'm such a good leader minum M. D. there's so many people talking on the radio giving advice about concoctions and selling things that have no scientific basis whatsoever so introduce myself so you know with whom we're talkin and I'd be honored to meet you too you're welcome to come to the third city for Broadway to make an appointment if you have a cancer question ramps up to Joe Lieberman I was born and raised in Waterloo Iowa I went to public school and university went to medical school earn my way through M. D. at age twenty five like my brother tad M. D..
"sixty five years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"A with a sixty five year old woman she's from Ghana Africa we have people from around the world this is a woman who's married she worked at one of the biggest hospitals in New York City and she came here John this that's when those skin turns yellow choose front of a gall bladder cancer that was blocking her vile dark she had chemotherapy she went to one of the big hospital she transferred to another big house for New York City and she had chemo and chemo came work for a few weeks a few months and then it stopped working that's what usually happens so for so many people who are planning chemotherapy for the rest of their life just because it works for a few weeks or a few months at the beginning it doesn't mean it's going to work forever and in fact that the cancer mutates the cancer evolves the cancer changes so that the cancers smart and the cancer doesn't take it on the chin and the cancer mutated into her cases gall bladder cancer should three cycles of chemo word and then it didn't work anymore stupid on immuno therapy didn't work she's on oxy coat on for pain she's lost weight she's gone from a hundred sixty five pounds two hundred sixteen pounds she lost fifty pounds with his gall bladder cancer she getting chemo doesn't work the doctors want to keep on giving their treatment doesn't work well what sense does that make it doesn't make sense another reason why so many people come here and do we treat cancer of the liver yes to trig gallbladder cancer yes to trickle out your carcinoma yes to retreat tankers cancers yes with high success rates where we aim the beam our success rate is ninety percent there's not mutation of the cancer against radiosurgery that's why radiosurgery works so well that's why so many people come because this high success rates even if chemotherapy has failed even of chemotherapy is not wanted I don't have an eighty year old man born in Italy he's in the Italian born eighty year old man is with with one side they came with his son any other cancer the year at her and we treat seven visit while doctor leader with the has the most difficult cases of the most obscure cases yes we treat cancers that are common breast cancers lung cancers and pancreas cancers and colorectal cancers yes we also treat difficult obscure cancers because people come here for answers this is an eighty year old man he was diagnosed with a bladder cancer and he had this great being in the the knee had chemo but he added another procedure another cancer a year and cancer found two years ago and for two years he's been going around to different urologist to different big hospitals in New York and no one knows what to do with it because it is a D. they're afraid to cut out as kid the of his and this year because I think you might die yeah.
"sixty five years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And welcome back to retirement three sixty with Allen material the anniversary this week of that song. It was released in nineteen seventy-two Paul Simon's mother and child reunion, and you might think there's some deep meaning to this song. But actually Paul Simon was at a Chinese restaurant, and he looked down. And there was a menu item called a mother and child reunion. It was a chicken and egg in the dish. And he thought well, that's kind of funny. So. Title. Came from a Chinese menu. Okay. There you go. All right. So alad. We've we talk about this regularly on the show people come to a financial adviser. And they think it's all about investing. There's a financial plan. We're going to take your money, and we're going to get you not five percent. We're going to try to get you eight percent for your money. But that's one way of looking at things there is another way of looking at it and say, we need to go beyond that and have a retirement plan. So let's let's talk about each one. What it is. And the difference between the two well, I mean, I think the first thing is that when you start thinking about a financial plan. The first thing you need to realize it's not for the wealthy. Everybody. Feels like, oh, I don't have enough money for financial plan or a retirement plan, in my opinion, is is that everybody should have a plan. Whether it's whether you're on the investing side, and you're looking more for growth and trying to figure out. A win. You know, you can stop work and stuff like that. Or when you're getting ready to build that retirement plan and trying to figure out how to design income and went after that paycheck stops what's going to happen? Where's the money gonna come from? You have to realize that everybody needs one of those. So was kind of break the two of them down. I think the financial plans really designed in and more focused on the accumulation phase or the work life cycle phase of of work, and and of your life, and that's different for everybody. Some I mean, I'm hearing stories now where people were retiring at age thirty four and forty five and stuff like that. Because they they've decided they want to do more of this free lifestyle. Type thing reality is most of us are going to work to somewhere around sixty to sixty five years old. And once we're in that working phase. And we're accumulating as much as we can. That's what we're trying to do. And that's what your financial plan should show. You the best way to do that is how to take advantage of market trends and cycles and things like that. And how. To hit that target of what you want to have when you get ready to retire. Which is why people in their early stages of their life will use a broker because there that that that might be their financial planner is a broker, but it's just a small piece of that puzzle. Isn't it? Yeah. Because the and and and that's a good point. Because usually what you're looking for when you are in the accumulation phase is you're trying to basically pick the the investments that you feel like are going to grow the best, and you're not really concerned about or at least most people aren't really concerned about buying the the General Electric stock or the Ford Motor Company stock that's paying a decent dividend because that doesn't really matter as much. I mean, you're not looking for that income so much in in the accumulation phase, you're looking for more that growth, so you're just trying to Tabassum. So maybe like said you use a broker where they charge you a fee or commission to you sell you a certain amount of stock in. And then you just kind of let it sit there and grow. But once you get to that wrapping up that phase where you're starting looking. You say okay now, I've hit my goal of having seven hundred fifty thousand dollars of of money or a million dollars or five hundred whatever your numbers you. Can you hit that goal in thinking? Okay, now, just don't I don't wanna lose this. I don't want to go backwards from here. How do I prevent that? How do I just kind of start to move forward into retirement and get ready for that distribution phase where I'm taking money out in really providing a lifestyle for me and my family, and that's what retirement planning is is really figuring out how to efficiently take this money out of these of these vehicles that have started with and provide myself, an income that's going to hopefully last me until age one hundred and you know, people always kind of laugh for or Cy when I say something about H one hundred. Well, you know, statistically, if you if you think about it. Most people know somebody that's ninety years old or older, and I still do in our live events. I'll ask the question. How many people know somebody that's ninety years older older? And I regularly get half the room seventy five percent of the room raise their hands. That's because everybody seems to be living longer. Most of us are living longer. So we have to plan for that longer stage of life. The worst thing that you could possibly the capacity happen to you is you get to age eighty four or eighty five and you run out of money. So you definitely don't want to do that. So the two plans are completely different. They have some some similarities, but their their goals are different. Well, when I think about financial planning or investment planning, that's you know, that's growth, and then when I think of retirement planning, that's income planning as well. But you know, your broker is not going to talk to you about a social security strategy. Your broker is not going to talk to you about a a legacy plan. How to pass this money effectively down to your loved ones? So the charities that you love a broker is not going to talk to you about tax planning, and that's all under the umbrella of retirement planning. Isn't it Allan it is an and you have to really think about how you're going to do those things. I mean, I was talking with a gentleman and his wife last week in his goal has always been the Turner social security on at date, sixty two. Well, now, he's age sixty two and he's looking at it and saying, you know, I'm still want to work for a few more years. So we ran through some numbers. And if he turns his social security on right now, he's only going to get about half of it because he's gonna pay half of a back in penalties. And then it's going to be taxed at eighty five percent. So why turn it on? If you're. If you're going give most of it back in penalties in taxes. So just really turned out to be a good conversation to have with him. He his thought has always been for the last ten years has always been I'm gonna turn this social security on sixty two years old. And I'm gonna start taking my money will now that he's reached that goal or reached that age. It's it's a completely different story now. So especially since he came in, and this this was our first meeting and sitting down and going through some of those questions that, you know, we talk about people asking questions all the time that was one of his questions and we start breaking down some numbers for him. And by the end of the hour. He said why would I turn it on now? That was the it was a real good moment for him and his wife because they realize hey, we just we we don't know what we think we know. That's a starting block for us. Well, one of the things that we talked about at the very beginning of the show is having that balance between protection and growth in your money. And just because we're talking here about a retirement plan and investment plan. And there are two very different things that doesn't mean that part of your retirement plan. You just completely give up the idea of growth. It's all about protection. It's all about social security. It's all about tax, planning and fees and all of these different things. There's still an aspect of retirement planning where we say we need this money to go for thirty years. So we need to have growth. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, we have to have the that segment of our portfolio has to continue to grow. We talked about it earlier in the earlier segment about taxes taxes are going to be a main cost to us in the future. And whatever we can do now to minimize those. Taxes or eliminate those taxes in the future. I think that's the plan that most everybody listening to the show should be on is how do we figure out how to reduce those taxes in the future? But you're still going to have to have a bucket of money to provide that future income to. So now, we take, you know, maybe it's fifteen or twenty percent of your portfolio, or maybe it's fifty percent of your portfolio, and we're focusing on growth for ten years from now that's going to be our money that we're gonna use in the future. And that's that's how you're going to fund that money all the way to age ninety five or one hundred years old you mentioned just a couple of minutes ago. It is very common for somebody to retire between the age of sixty and sixty five I'm looking at a story from Associated Press, and they they have quote here. Do the air quotes here. The average retirement begins at age, you would think sixty five, but it doesn't it begins at age sixty one people are retiring earlier because of they're pushed out of their job. Or there's health reasons we talk about that many times on the show, but the average person in retirement. His age sixty one when they when they enter into retirement it will last a little more than twenty three years. So think about your money lasting twenty three years. Now, you've said it many people will have their money half the last longer than that how much are they spending. The average person spends forty six thousand dollars a year in retirement, so use that I guess Allen as a starting number forty six thousand and you know, some people as couples will probably take that right out of social security, and then be able to fund the rest of their retirement from their investments, but forty six thousand dollars is probably a good starting point. And you you have to kind of realize where you're spending is going to. I mean out of that same article says the top three monthly expenses, and I can verify this because it seems to be pretty true with with most people we meet as well as their housing is is number one or Healthcare's number two and food and entertainments number three. Okay. So you have to really understand where your money's going, and what you can actually cut back if you have to. I mean, you're not likely to be able to cut back on your housing costs. You're not likely to be able to cut back a lot on your your healthcare. So, you know, you are you thinking, Well, I I to cut back on my food and entertainment. Well, that may be it. But we want to find out first of all can we build enough money to satisfy all those things so that you don't have to worry about cutting back. And that's why we talk about having party your money earmarked for current income and part of your money earmarked for future incoming that future. Income bucket is going to be that growth bucket that we talked about. Well, we need to sit down and have that conversation. And as you think about this right now, what is the what's your number? You're your three sixty scorecard. What's your scorecard number when it comes to your retirement? And by that, I mean, what's the probability that your money will last through your entire life. Is it fifty fifty is it seventy five percent is it..
"sixty five years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Sixty five year old Cynthia Watson was customer. She was just married. Two weeks. Earlier fifty five year old Mirasol. Lopez was an employee Xavier's former girlfriend Alex girl in Indiana, where Xaver lived before moving to see bring last fall told a TV station warning signs were ignored for a long time. Meanwhile, Xaver made his first court appearance on first degree murder charges appear in via videotape end where it a black and white jumpsuit Zaphon Xaver stood and listened as a highlands county. Judge a charged him with premeditated murder charges are five counts of homicide murder. I agree. The shooting happened shortly after twelve and Wednesday at this SunTrust Bank and see bring investigators see saver entered the Bank wearing a bulletproof vests armed with a gun. He forced five women to lie down. Then he shocked him one Bank employee who. Was in a back room heard the shots at escaped contacting law enforcement, the shooter also called nine one one DeMarco Morgan reporting still no motive in the crime police say it could be a random act of violence Hillsborough county commissioners, discussing the fallout from the hepatitis a outbreak that forced a local restaurant too close for good Kurt king owned hamburger Mary's restaurant in ebor city until recently when it was closed during the bay area's hepatitis a outbreak. This fall hamburger Mary's never reopened. King says the health alert ruined his business, and he blames Hillsborough health department director, Dr Doug halt, the responding named us because we were gay because we're a gay owned and operated business hotels county commissioners, he and his staff never profile, but he says he did feel it was important to notify the public that hamburger Mary's worker had tested positive for happy. My investigators don't have any prejudice judgments going in. He also told commissioners most hepatitis. Cases involved drug users the homeless and those who've been incarcerated Sharon Parker, NewsRadio WFL a quick downfall. For Florida's top elections. Official governor Rhonda Santa's accepted the resignation of secretary of state Mike Airtel after a Tallahassee newspaper found photos of him in black face to Santa's wants to put the incident behind him. While I think, it's unfortunate. I think he's done a lot of good work. But.
"sixty five years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Was four months old Jimmy was arrested again. Took the baby and fled into hiding. She hid in darkened apartment across the city when the police came knocking she would hush the baby in the baby stayed quiet tightly Jimmy says, meaning still we thought that she knew she knew everything she silent. State. Miller was on the run for a year. And then she too was arrested and sentenced to sixty five years in prison. This time she Jimmy were sent to prison eight hours away from each other. Jimmy river valley and nealer tain high on the mountain side and sunshine stayed with her grandparents Likud rights that it does to each other too far. Yeah. But we gotta get this old, buddy. From the lettuce Jimmy remembers having to get the center of each other's bodies from letters. Three years into their sixty five year sentence on January two thousand twelve. Were both freed on the same day. And this time it seemed different like they're twenty years of sacrifice was beginning to pay off because the government was actually implementing democratic reforms hundreds of political prisoners were freed on that day. Newspapers were allowed to report Freeman. Jimmy and.
"sixty five years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"For me One. Person is dead another injured after a shooting at a church. In Fallon, Nevada this afternoon police chief Kevin Gaiman says the suspect attended the church of Jesus Christ of later day saints. Before, the shooting initially it. Does not appear this attack had been directed, upon the church but the individual victim The suspect fled returning home after the shooting police followed surrounded the house and. Convinced the shooter to surrender no motive, and no suspect in Houston where a beloved doctor was shot and killed on Friday manhunt continues in Houston for the. Suspect who shot a renowned doctor in broad, daylight the Houston police chief says the murder of Dr Mark house. Connect who wants cared for president George, H W Bush doesn't make sense and they don't even have, a motive yet the Sixty-five-year-old? Cardiologists was shot and. Killed Friday at the Texas medical center while he was riding. His bike, to work the shooter was on a bike to when he fired two shots Dr new climate worked with Dr. House, connect for more than. Thirty years who could have done this how, could this have happened Completely unnerving, and, very much baffling police have released one sketch of the suspect described to be a white or Hispanic thirty year old man five foot ten with, the slender billed Brian Yannis Fox News there is a. Five thousand dollar reward for information leading to an arrest golfer Frencesco Molinaro makes history. As the first talion to win a major taking home the trophy at the British Open when. I came here I was I was, ready for for the challenge promising conscious that you could have gone either way but I knew I was going to. Do my best Molinari closed with a two, under sixty nine for a two-shot victory and sad news in the. Football world the Minnesota Vikings announcing offensive, line coach Tony's Borana has died at age fifty six I'm. Anne Kerik FOX News Radio For the Florida central credit union. Home loans..
"sixty five years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"About a sixty five year old woman she's an accountant she works in office she's single she's a nonsmoker and for several months he's had blood in the urine so we often talk about blood being a warning sign with us a blood in the urine blood in the stool blood for the vagina coughing up blood vomiting blood often it's a warning sign while she had blood in the year and for several months it became progressive to into a doctor she had an altar sound which showed a mass in the bladder that shed a cat scan than she had sista skippy systems could be so let's learn what that word means assist means bladder it's a word latin for bladder and oscar means looking inside so urology surgeon a surgeon looked inside and did a biopsy and they found a adenocarcinoma of the bladder than she had the cat scan showed no spread of the cancer she has gained weight she was never a smoker no one in her family's smoking well why am i talking about that well because smoking is often the cause are related to the development of bladder cancer but you could see in this case in many cases many people don't have any reason for their cancer she doesn't have any particular reason for a cancer said call it oscar done was okay the pathology showed a adenocarcinoma deep into the muscle the deep margins were positive the mass was about three centimeters actually two point nine centimeters and she came to me and choose tommy the surgeon said she has to remove the bladder because it's an adenocarcinoma bladder cancer the surgeon is recommending radical surgery remove the bladder opening her up cut out the bladder she'll never urinate normally and she heard about our work and she wanted to know what her options really were because the surgeon never told her any options why is that the case well we see that every day i almost every hour of the day where the surgeon doesn't tell the patient options and i don't personally think it's fair i think a doctor should be talking about all the options is like when we speak this woman.
"sixty five years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I don't think i've ever really listened to that like i did see where i never had a pet sakado strings very little bits of movement was very nice very nice arrangement skew very much wow last month thirty four year old kelly m cochran was sentenced to sixty five years behind bars after admitting to injecting her husband with a fatal dose of heroine and smothering him in their northern indiana home the court's decision came as cochran was serving a life sentence in another case the slaying and dismembering of her lover in michigan's upper peninsula the up she's a uber or he was probably yeah i was just there on vacation very recently they're getting boned and shocking is those crimes are upcoming tv documentary will look into other crimes that her friends and family suspect cochran cochran of committing that includes as many as nine other possible victims buried across the midwest as well as accusations that she fed the remains of her lover to others at a barbecue steve remains kelly what is this casey master meas these ribs are usually and big there is a hogs really big up there like a beef rib yeah that's pretty accurate something familiar about it though what a what are the what are these bravo were made out of of pork mostly pork upset a natural casing you bet kind of big really looked willie's rocky mountain oysters okay sure you share the documentary titled dead north will air nine pm may twenty eight to twenty nine th on investigation discovery that north right dead north okay northern indiana and the up what about fed up fever yeah that works just better it will recap cochran story through the eyes of former iron iron river michigan police chief laura frizzell they should have done it with guy fieri when i say bad boy yeah i taste how is that possible.
"sixty five years" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm sixty five years old and seen quite a few presidents and i've never seen one that fulfill the promises like a president i loved trump i've loved them from day one and i just wanted to call and thank you for everything you do and this iran deal i am so glad he voted against it well i gotta tell you the one thing that i like and respect the most about donald trump is look at what he did with moving the capital of israel to its rightful place jerusalem so many of the president's promised they didn't have the courage to do it this is the worst deal he said it was the worst deal in the history of mankind and he's right and now look what the president pulled off here and he's pulling the us out of this iranian deal this president said he'd cut taxes he's doing it to the extent he was able on his own he is rolled back all of these burdensome regulations america's now position to be energy independent they have beaten and pushed out isis and i mean there's literally is so many success stories but there's not one media outlet except fox and talk radio that will give him any credit for the things that he has done it is unbelievable you know literally i watched on one of these cable channels they say the president violated the deal with the iranian mollahs it's violation and i'm like are you people really that stupid are you people really that insane and he's been able to basically undo so much of the damage and just a little over a year that barack obama inflicted on the country this was a dumb deal you know when when when bill clinton said is a good nail for the american people are north koreans not gonna get nukes we bribed our way at a pace way didn't say it quite that way but he suggested the three billion dollars in energy subsidies etc we're going to prevent the north koreans from getting nuclear weapons well they got him and as prime minister netanyahu pointed out i guess what the iranians had a nuclear program and they've lied to the.
"sixty five years" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"What i wanted to cover with the shell today as i wanted to talk about applications that you use on your cell and ipad to maybe improve you know remembering different things and did you know allen rosa over half of the people sixty five years and older have iphones oh i didn't know that over sixty five wait fifty percent people over sixty five at these devices oh really sixty five my way i was i was not able to handle myself for the microphone well now we have these iphones ipads and most people over the age of sixty five they're using them for just to make telephone calls but you can use them for more so rosa debut use your iphone for more than just the telephone calls absolutely it's it's like my second it's my clone for for everything as time appointments remembering things no pictures i probably don't even use half of what the capabilities are but it's got some some capabilities our house would be absolutely nothing out my wife and her skill iphone so rosa and the iphone well one of the things i recently did is someone gave me a complimentary right with one of those things called lift l y f i was not a fan i was like i would not take an uber i would lift and again someone gave me a complimentary ride and t it worked kind of nicely lift a studio today so i'm so happy to report that i could be in studio today thank you to my lift driver took about fifteen minutes and very reasonably priced but that way i don't have to worry about parking i can think about what i'm going to do for the show so it's a really think we should've taken.
"sixty five years" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Young people may have never heard of chappaquiddick that's probably true because of things like the things that i'm reading right here sure what's up with that let's go to professor let's go to the telephones we i think have not done yet today let's go to let's go to eric in frederick maryland listening on wma l eric you're on the chris plante show hey listen chris sixty five years old planning on checking my grandchildren and i talked to my sister about taking my niece and young nephews are all in their twenties i'm gonna take them all to see this movie and show showing what democrats are really like so i suggest that everybody take their grandchildren or their children or their nieces and nephews whatever diagram take the whole family hey i've been planning i've got friends in fact my friend pet with the reagan alter i was talking about earlier we started a thread text with his entire families and a family of seven brothers and sisters and they're like let's all rally and go see the chappaquiddick movie it's it's going to be a party i think everybody should bring all your friends bring the kids bring everybody go see the chappaquiddick movie and then when everybody comes out scratching their heads and said well why why don't we already know all this stuff that'll be a real eye opener for a lot of people because the real lesson for some of these younger kids in their twenties who don't know anything and think they know everything it'll wake them up maybe some of them anyway i'll tell you what when i was you know when i was a teenager just turning twenty eric my eyes were open when i started realizing that the propaganda machine exaggerated some things and just didn't talk about other things at all and that some things conveniently were buried and then i started asking questions and i'm reasonably smart guy so i figured out a lot of the answers and the answers are not answers that should make anybody happy because we're talking about corruption we're talking about cultural corruption in hollywood louis about monica lewinsky chappaquiddick john f kennedy fooling around in the white house they can have like a trilogy movie and have a big sensitive or something.
"sixty five years" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"To sixty five years in prison shooting happened in two thousand thirteen while quality mock strato was hosting a christmas party he saw two armed masked men trying to rob his daughter and her boyfriend and tried to stop them and was shot and killed a cook county judge sentenced brandon jackson to sixty five years in prison his accomplice gauge thornton pleaded guilty last year he serving thirty five years and the sister of stacy peterson says authorities are close to charging drew peterson with stacy's murder are john dempsey has more cassandra kale's wrote on facebook state police and the will county state's attorney are quote moving forward to charge drew peterson with the murder of his fourth wife stacy who's been missing for over ten years back in two thousand ten cassandra called into a wls radio show when peterson was a guest to confront him about you do what you do to my sister not a thing you killed her after she got off the phone between ten fifteen and ten fifty nine state police no where you were and what you did you will pay drew peterson a former bolingbrook cop currently in prison for killing his third wife kale says she's hired divers who found a sonar image of remains in the sanitary and ship canal but abc seven quoting a source who says that is not likely to be stacey john dempsey wls am eight nine thousand eight we'll county state's attorney a will only say that these stacy peterson case is under review wls traffic at five thirty five edens out to lake cook sixteen minutes inbound from lake cook to the junction forty five kennedy out to the junction twenty six to o'hare forty inbound o'hare to downtown an hour twenty junction in twentysix eisenhower out to wolf at forty two doornail fifty inbound from thorndale to downtown and our fifteen wolf.
"sixty five years" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
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"sixty five years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The world's poorer countries access clean energy american private sector actors and local politicians have stepped dan sean penn arnold schwarzenegger ilan mosque and former new york mayor michael bloomberg are among prominent americans joining world leaders at the summit eleanor beardsley in pr news paris at last check on wall street the dow jones industrial average was up one hundred thirty seven points this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt san francisco city officials planned to hold a news conference next hour to discuss the death of mayor ed league a high ranking city official told kqed the lee suffered a heart attack last night an employee at a safeway store in the city sunnyside neighborhood said lee collapsed there while shopping with his wife hours later li died at zuckerberg general hospital board of supervisors president london breed who is now acting mayor spoke to reporters this morning edwards sixty five years old our thoughts and prayers are with his wife anita his daughters tania embryonic and his entire family headley was san francisco's first asian american mayor and his death is being felt in the city's chinatown kenneth lau owns two grocery stores broadway and stockton he is a good in may of fall for this a chinese community of gay he had a son in law on what's that sodhi allah small business because i am small business so he have us gene kwan the first asianamerican mayor of oakland remembers when the two were mayors of bay area cities at the same time where we ought where would be in competition from time to competition over staff over the warriors are on the other hand we'd better felt was really important to show that asianamericans were part of the progressive alliance forever grant civil rights uh for children we plan to air next hour san francisco city hall news conference will beginning reaction to mayor ed lease passing throughout the day i'm brian watt.
"sixty five years" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"A doctor nurse when you're caring for a patient door deciding how long they should stay in the hospital that's gone that kind of interference doctors and nurses put in charge of health care patients getting the care they need people having real hell security that's what senator sanders is doing today so talk about the phasing in i mean we're talking about medicare for all the idea that this extremely popular programme of people sixty five years and older have medicare just dropping that age 202 include the entire population but it's not happening all at one once well it is important to recognize that part of the issue within healthcare is that we have a lot of people concentrated and medicare who of course need a lot of services so it's a very good idea to include young people who have less intense healthcare needs so putting zero that is it birth to eighteen year old in the plan is a really good thing to kind of stabilize the system initially and then also cover those who are fifty five and older those are the ones with the greatest need who have the hardest time finding insurance that can actually cover what the what they need is healthcare so lose two things make sense and that's that's a huge chunk of the population then when you get to between eighteen and fifty five you're really dealing with the employer based insurance system and that it's appropriate to take some time to unwind that we hear a lot about how invested people or how complicated that might be i don't think it's necessarily complicated but it does take some time to own way that system that has been the basis of of healthcare since world war 2 so i think a few years to do that is is perfectly reasonable i wanna turn to president trump speaking about healthcare in july during a lunch with senate republicans no democrats helped their obstruct analysts that's all that good it is obstruction they have no idea is they've gone so far left they're looking for a single payer that's what they want but single payer will bankrupt our country because it's more than we take in for just tell fc here so single payer never going to work but that's what they.
"sixty five years" Discussed on KTRH
"Propaganda movies and all the rest well there's a gentleman who really is a great economist who i also put in my new book george rice men he wrote a really thick book a treatise on economics which i went through carefully can it's called with one name capitalism capitalism and it was published twenty one years ago but i want you to listen to what he said in part and went you to listen to what he said about capitalism and about the industrial revolution and as you know you can see these riots in germany attacking capitalism we're taught we're indoctrinated about hating the great capitalistic created the industrial revolution in the vast middleclass that we have today but i want you to listen very carefully to this here's what professor weissmann wrote industrial civilization has radically increased life expectancy from about thirty years in the mid eighteenth century to about seventy five years today and actually almost seventy nine years tonight and the twentieth century in the united states it is increased life expectancy from about sixty five years and nineteen 100 to the present seventy five years the enormous contribution of industrial civilization to human life his further illustrated by the fact that the average newborn american child has a greater chance of living to the age of sixty five than the average newborn child to be nonindustrial society has of living to the age of five the marvelous results have come about because of an ever improving supply of food clothing shelter medical care and all the conveniences of life and the progressive reduction in human fatigue and exhaustion all of this has taken place on the foundation of actual science not talking about behavioral sciences technology and capitalism which had made possible the continuous development and introduction of new and improved products and more efficient methods of production in the last two centuries loyalty to the values of technology and capitalism of enabled man in the industrialized countries of the western world to put an end to famines and plagues to eliminate the once dreaded diseases of cholera and smallpox and so forth and saw famine has been ended because industrial civilization has produced the greatness the greatest abundance and variety of food in.