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Donations pour in for Missouri man freed after 43 years
"More than one point four million dollars has been raised as of Saturday afternoon for a man who spent forty three years behind bars before a judge overturned his conviction in a triple killing the Midwest innocence project set up the go fund me as they fought for Kevin Strickland's release noting he wouldn't receive compensation from Missouri the state only allows payments to people who were exonerated through DNA evidence so the sixty two year old doesn't qualify the judge ordered Strickland's released Tuesday and KMBC TV was there I didn't think they long Tom Strickland always maintained he was home watching TV and had nothing to do with the murders which happened when he was eighteen the prosecutor who asked for his release said evidence used to convict had since been recanted or disproven I'm Julie Walker
Episode 215; So two girls walk into a bar..... - burst 01
"Just some just. Doing what. Old guy does best tell stories based on life experiences. I have to admit my life. Experiences been not rich so entertainment and information right here on the old man's podcast for everyone of every age. You all just sit back and enjoy. So what's coming up on this episode of the old man's podcast. Well i've lived sixty two years now and fifty of those sixty two years were under the auspices of something called title nine as right title. Nine is fifty years old. Who wanna talk about that. Some have a tip for you about using other people's ideas it's going to have a wrestling relation to it. The pep talk is on teamwork coming off of a quote by andrew carnegie. of course we're gonna play trivia and my final story. A funny thing happened. This really did happen just last weekend. Two girls walk into a bar. I'll get you started on that one and finish it off. Stay with me. Great stories coming up on the old man's podcast
Packed With Virus Patients, Louisiana Hospitals Await Ida
"Louisiana prepares for ida hospitals there and throughout the south role ready tact with coloured patients and going into lockdown. Tom yomas reports from new orleans tonight. Nbc news taken inside one of new orleans. Busiest covert icu's. The state already swamped with nearly three thousand hospitalized patients. Here sometimes just been thinking that we're dealing with a pandemic another surge and now a major hurricanes last year we had a lot of kinds of uncertainty where we thought hurricanes coming but this one looks like it's headed right for us of course that's really concerning timing storm couldn't be worse. Hurricane ida is about to collide with the fourth wave of kobe in new orleans. I see us like this when all across the city or in near capacity just a little too long to get back day sixty two year old. Deborah alexander infected during this latest search. She's been praying. She beats covy tonight. She's praying for new orleans guy at the officer medical center. They're taking no chances hoping emergency planning and new tools like these high water vehicles to evacuate patients. Help them survive the storm. So how many patients can you fit in the back so seated we could probably fit fifteen to twenty and laying down on a stretcher public close to ten or twelve. Do you think you're gonna have to use this. I hope not but we're ready for if we do
Proof of Guilt
"It's time for another installment of sea hunt. It's still alive here on scuba shack radio. In this time we are headed back to season two for episodes. Thirty three titled proof of guilt which premiered exactly sixty two years ago today on august sixteenth. Nineteen fifty-nine in this episode. Mike is in the hawaiian islands where he is working for. A manufacturing company testing out underwater motion picture and television cameras in the opening scene. He is diving with huge film camera. The plankton is up cutting visibility but is also bringing in fish and the man eating sharks we see a number of white tip circling and they're getting closer and closer as mike sees their cold is they're getting too close for comfort so mike decides to head to the shallows when he gets to the pierre he sees a note under water on the slate that says come up. Mike tells us that there is greater threats up there than the sharks when he gets out of the water. Mike is met by lieutenant. Dave cal cal. Coa of the honolulu police department he asks why the new while dave says it wasn't from him. The camera moves to a woman who says it was from her. her name. is sandra otani or sandy. She says she put the no down. There you see. She owns now lua island where she grows. Cultured pearls offshore. Someone is stealing her pearls. And she needs. Mike's mike's help and his cameras to get the evidence that dave needs to arrest them might tell sandy that he won't give her the camera as they only go with him. Sandy smiles until mike's that she wants to go with the cameras that might smooth operator. The scene now shifts to the beach on sandy's island where both sandy and mike are gearing up to assure dive out to the pearl beds. Sandy shows mike the pearl beds in his getting angry underwater as she finds the broken oyster shells as they are walking out of the water. Mike tell sandy that it is the perfect place for scuba. Hit and run. Sandy tells mike that some of the pros have been growing for thirty years. Mike her exactly how they cultivate the pearls. Sandy says that it's a secret that came with her father from japan but since they won't but since she won't tell them the secret should make it up to them with the best dinner he ever had now. The next morning mike is ready to set a trap for the pro robbers. He's hiding in the rocks with a pair of binoculars in his full scuba rig looking for any suspicious activity. He spots a boat but he doesn't see the divers go into the water on the other side of the boat. He does however see their bubbles and heads out with his camera to catch them in the act at the pro beds. Mike hides behind a rock with the cameras. The divers approach as they start to rob the beds. Mike starts to film but he gets careless. He says the sound of the camera alerts. The divers wanted a bad guy circles around in surprises. Mike they get into a fight. The other bad guy grabs the camera and pulls out the film now while the underwater fight is going on. Sandy was watching from the beach and she suspects trouble and his racing to the pro beds with her boat. The bad guys rip mics regulator out of his mouth but as they are scared off by the sound of sandy's boat. Mike is left helpless. Miraculously mike doesn't drown he recovers we see some eagle raising the background as he heads to the surface he's blowing bubbles all the way up we now see the camera resting on the bottom. Mike struggles back on. The boat is gasping for air. A sandy asks him if he is all right in the next scene. Now we see mike lying on a chair. Sandy's giving him not some tea. He says he doesn't want anymore and starts to work on a plan to catch the bad guys lieutenant dave. Sandy says she wants to let them have the pearls. Because they're not worth mike's life. But mike says it's not about the pearls anymore. It's a personal grudge. He needs dave's help to put them on tv now. Mike is going to use the underwater television camera to catch the. The's he shows. Dave how it's going to work as he pans across the island. Just mike points to camera towards dave in. Sandi dave says hey look at the prettiest girl in blue island has sandy strikes. Oppose the camera. And she says she's the only girl on lulu island as mike looks to take off underwater. Sandy gives him a big kiss for luck. And mike says he's never had any better luck back underwater with the tv camera. Mike is waiting for all three villains as they are. Now jumping in the water to steal the pearls but this time one of them has a spear gun. Mike has the tv camera pointed at the pro beds. But there's a problem. The bad guys are coming from the wrong direction and they're not on tv. The ambush mike. Who's only hope is to move maneuver them into the frame of a camera. Chaos prevails as they fight and slash at one. another finally might get them to the pearl beds. The spear gun is fired and strikes the bed. Fortunately sandy is watching and as yells to dave look at this cast off now. The cops are headed to the fight during the fight. Mike's left arm is slashed but he continues fighting pulling a regulator out of one of the bad guys. Mouth just then. He sees the to hawaiian police officers free diving or swimming trucks. And says they look like angels with the odds now even justice prevails and the bad guys lose again in the final scene near back on the shore of an allure island. Mike's arms bandage. Dave asks in the. He needs a ride back to honolulu. Sandy tells dave that mike is going to be on vacation. Dave says the sandy. Nobody likes a cop. Sandy says she will give him the best testimonial but also gives mike. Another big kiss to which mike replies that is the best testimonial in my life. I'm not exactly sure where this episode was filmed for the top side scenes but it sure does look like hawaii however you never know when it comes to television or the movies. The part of sandy was played by nobu mccarthy and kendrick played lieutenant dave calcutta and here's one final interesting tidbit. This episode was remade in the nineteen eighty-seven version of sea hunt and it was titled pearl beds. And just so you know. I'm still trying to get my hands on that. One thousand nine hundred eighty seven series with ron ely. Maybe someday
Cuban-born American Barbara Arthur Describes Oppression, Devastation In Her Homeland
"Or right guest on the show always excited when we have a new guests on the show. She's hey why 'cause. I saw her with my colleagues on. Newsmax reached out and immediately. She said he s very impressive. And somebody who has something to say about the events of the last two and a half weeks off. The coast of america barbara arthur. Welcome to america. First be barbara. Where were you born. I was born in cuba and you are now in american absolutely. You are very eloquent on newsmax. When i saw you as an american who was born in cuba. Who got out of cuba. Will you please tell us your reaction of what we witnessed in the last few weeks on the streets of cuba and also the biden administration's response to those events. Yes sir you will. Mongering and dave are fed up this time for them to cry out for the world to hear them that they have been oppressed for sixty two years and they've had enough. They're crying out for freedom. The children are dying of hunger. People are dying of hunger. I've read a homemade sign. They said if we stay silent we will die. If we speak out we will die so we have decided to speak out so we will not die silent. sos that is the heart of the people right. now it's truly give me liberty and tyranny in action and they're hungry in the biden administration being the socialist communist. that they really are Are what. I'm hearing from a lot of evening. Elected congresspeople ale. See for one a. What she is saying that the people are crying out because they want vaccine is a bunch of nonsense when she opens her mouth. She speaks her native language which is deception and lies. The people of cuba are desperate If she does not understand what. A revolutionary communist revolution is they are oppressed when it first started in the early in the late fifties early sixties. They were actually executing people to take control of the country. That is what a communist regime does. This is what they have done. They have oppressed the cuban
Cuban Businessman Maximo Alvarez Warns Young Americans From Socialist Propaganda
"What is what is your. What is your message to. Those young americans haven't lived on communism didn't escape communism and who think that we need socialism in america. Barrick first of all understand that were. They're preaching he's propaganda full of life at least understand that there's nothing in the world. Just nothing's free in the world on the beautiful thing about this country. The allows work without effort. We can always do better on the real wealth of our country. You know at the end of our lives that we have made. These plays a little bit better than we have contributed. He's not how much money we have accumulated. Or how many acids. We are how we have provided older people. We get capacity to succeed just like we succeeded because the greatest country in the world. So i hope that people see what is happening to the neighbors ninety miles from here. Cuban people have to sixty two years of operation. Wayland the american flag. I don't know how they even got it. Because if you're seeing with the american flag in cuba you could lose your life your life. This is what is so amazing and then people from black lives matter. Cossio saying that the reason that the cubans are suffering is. Because i've been boggled my god. Embargoes started in nineteen sixty one. The people have said before. There's no pretty. They knew from selling the fish that you fish at night. Embargo doesn't prevent you from starting the business embargo. Listen prevent you from expressing your opinion that he's communism that he's people who are probably -tarian who only care about power
Jaslin Kaur, Candidate for New York City Council District 23
"Skinner. This is the electorate on this episode. Have a conversation with just lean core candidate for new york city council district. Twenty-three does lean has lived in this community for her entire life and she's really passionate about fighting for the working people. There we start our conversation off with just leeann explaining what drives her leadership and why she was inspired to run for office in the first place. So here is just linkohr. So you're running for city council district. Twenty-three in queens. Was there a particular issue in your community that pushed you to run something that made you angry. Something that you're passionate about. What pushed you into this race. Yeah for me. I never saw myself as someone who wanted to run for office. But i think i was really just tired of having a kind of government. That doesn't actually respond to the working people so for me. I am the daughter of a taxi driver. My dad has been a taxi driver for nearly thirty years. Now but we have been dealing with a taxi medallion debt crisis for about seven years at this point. And so i look back at points in my life like back. In two thousand fourteen where the markets were being inflated artificially by medallion brokers who really preying on a majority of immigrant working class people who thought that a taxi medallion would be a really worthwhile. Investment was worth a mill- a million dollars back in the ninety s and into the early two thousands so in that market we came under almost hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of debt almost overnight and it is devastating for so many families that are close to us our neighbors our family friends and when you look at the state of our city these are the kinds of workers who generate worth of revenue. I city but don't have pension don't have a retirement fund and get people like my father who are sixty two years old and still working these fourteen hour shifts in the middle of a pandemic. So i see myself as somebody who really wants to champion the rights of many of our gig economy workers who have just been categorically left out of political process. How does this
How the YWCA Handles the Childcare Crisis and Other Challenges for Women
"Alejandro. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for having me so tell us a little bit about the work of the ywca. Sure the ywca as you may know. Kim is one of the oldest and largest women's organization in the country. We've been around for a hundred and sixty two years and it was such a pleasure to be able to lead that organization because through our two hundred and two items as across the country serving twelve hundred communities. We really say that we have our finger on the pulse to be able to look communities large and small in urban suburban and rural areas to be able to witness what's happening but most importantly to able to respond to the needs of communities across the country. It's an amazing pleasure. And why did we say you know has stood at the forefront of some of the most critical issues defining lives of women from Marching for the eight hour workday to creating the first women employment center the first childcare center in the country becoming the first fully racially integrated organization in our nation. You know we have a lot of i. But in this moment i'm ywca continues to be that voice advocating for women and girls and communities of color as we go through covert but more importantly as we go through this recession which is being called the session so you have led this organization for the last several years and recently step down as ceo. But you have let it. During one of the hardest periods in our recent history. These last fourteen months during kobe have been really really difficult. What is leadership like during crisis. What a great question you know. Leadership is most tested in moments of crises. And for me. It was a blessing to be at the helm of ywca. Because i just went into work mode at hyper speed. And what does that mean. That meant that day in and day out it was my mind. Might team My colleagues were all working around the clock thinking about what are the solutions. How do we solve for these problems and being innovative in our approaches because we knew for example that we had to keep our emergency Domestic violence shelters open so across the country wide. Abc's were being very innovative. Some of them had Rv vs or hotel rooms to be able to solve the those Those challenging moments. So as well as i say you know. Leadership is not for the faint of heart. It really requires. it's nasty. It requires boldness but above all. It requires that urgency on. Because i knew that it was a you know this organization was not going to off fail under my watch but it wasn't. It was something that was also very organic We have two hundred and two leaders across the country that lead their respective. ywca's anime to rose to the asian And made sure that they had solutions available to them to their communities. I wanna follow up on what you had said about being in a she session. Can you tell us a little bit about what that term means. Choice of that term really showed up on back sometime in september through the new york times. And what that really meant and ended his. It has been adopted because it's really It really hits the nail on the head. It is the first time in our nation's history that women are at the core of this recession and what that means is that women are bearing the disproportionate impact of the economic wake of covert and. They're bearing the brunt in terms of loss of jobs because there are in those areas that are overly indexed on like restaurant. Hospitality travel retail. They're also having to bear the brunt in terms of the childcare situation there is no there's the lack of childcare. Kids are now at home instead of school kids. Are you know. Childcare centers had to close because of social distancing another areas too they. They are at the moment where they have nowhere to go when it comes to caring of their family And then we're seeing how also how communities of color and women of color are also brand the brunt with the high rate of cova cases and cova deaths. So let's break that down to important issues. You just mentioned the first. His child care what is going on for working women right now and wii childcare so crucial. Well i'll tell you one of the first things you notice was And you continue to see what the job report is that were most of the the losses jobs have been women. Women are leaving the workforce not because they want to but because they have to they either have to care for their children to care for their parents their sandwiched in the middle and unfortunately as a nation we have put childcare shoulders of women. Talk your has to be an issue that really is about families but also as of national importance the organization of economic development they always c. d. tracks how countries deal with childcare and to no surprise the united states is at the bottom of that ranking. So we have to really make childcare at a critical imperative for us and unfortunately women are the ones who bear the brunt in terms of the high cost but also we need to talk about quality and we also need to make sure that it's a you know accessible to everyone so again if we going to bring back women to the workplace and bring back jobs. We have to look at childcare as well as workers in the childcare space. How do we pay them. How are they how do we not only compensate them for a very hard job. I'm so childcare has many many facets and at this point we are at crises and we have to make sure that the funding is there that we're designing child care for twenty-first-century immunity and that we're making it accessible affordable and quality
Man charged in Illinois bowling alley shooting that killed 3
"An active military member from Florida has been charged with shooting in Rockford Illinois Saturday night they killed three people and wounded three others including two teens police chief Danno Shea says thirty seven year old do Webb was arrested at the scene of don Carter lanes which houses a bar and grill as well as a close bowling alley and there is surveillance video of the shooting we believe this is a completely random act and there is no prior meeting or any kind of relationship between the suspect and the victim three men the oldest age seventy three were killed in addition a sixty two year old man along with two teams picking up food there were shot and wounded Webb is charged with three counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder I'm Julie Walker
Interview With Michael Close
"My guess is one of magic's lille leaving legends. He has a well-earned amazing reputation magic. He's an author creator former sultans pioneer niba publishing being amongst i realize how well using video and text together made such a wonderful learning experience and today while he's extremely busy working full us. It's michael close. Michael how are you today. I'm well thank you. Thank you very much for inviting me. What's your origin story. You have twenty four seconds. My home planet krypton was exploding and my father. Put me in a rocket and sent to cleveland. Ohio where i was raised by salmon marietta close and my dad was in industry. We moved around quite a bit ended up in fort wayne. Indiana which is in the northwest northeast. corner of the state of indiana there was a magic shop. they're owned by. Dick stoner who is still around in. An old friend bought my first tricks. They're probably when i was six years old and the bug bit and never really let go. I've yeah so it's about sixty two years now. I've been interested in magic people. Are i absolutely do There there were a couple of things there was a magic set called the sneaky. Pete magic set which i may gotten for my fifth birthday. I actually saw dick stone perform at my school. I think when i was five i still remember some of the tricks he did. He did hip hop rabbits. He did the ghost tube in that. Sneaky pete set and one of the things that was in there was the was it the trick of horace the old old creek where you sever the head of the horse with the and that was a little plastic version of that and then it's donors magic shop. I got the penny to dime with the little plastic block with the magnet inside that lives off his show coin and too little plastic. I don't know what you would call them. Columns that were attached to the bottom and a string went through and then you could slice through it and show that it was cut and then pull it back through again. Those were the first tricks that i own. And of course and of course aired nays. Because i want to seem like i was cool. Standard right verified bureau. Of course exactly right you know. Those were the those were the tricks. I'm going to use this podcast. A personal consultation. i'm sure there are many listens. They're in saint on forty. Nine between cup edgy. Since i was eleven. And i still haven't that stack an album and you're very well known for you. Men debt works helped me out two questions one. How should i choose which stack to learn and to what do you think in your experience. The best strategies. You've found the work best to actually memory. Well okay and we have a half an hour. I actually have done about of either forty-five minutes or an hour long targeted training video. That's on my website on this very subject. It's called demystifying the memorized deck. But i'll give you. I'll give you a very I'll give you a very short version. Which is your first step has to be to ask the question. How am i going to use this thing. Most people go memorize stack simply because everybody has memorizing stack. Now when i got interested in actually learning which was back in one thousand nine hundred ninety i had known of simon aaronson stack for quite a few years because he published it in the late seventies. I think and i knew exactly how i wanted to use the stack. I wanted to use it as an improvisational device to be able to sort of make up effects as i go i was influenced by that by burt. Allerton who had a trick in his book that used that and of course experiencing juan do his new monico sus improvised handling so i specifically knew how i wanted to use the stack and at the time the only stacks available really were one stack had not been published in english yet. I had simon stack. There was nicole. There was the ireland stack and i was good friends with simon by this point in time and so i learned that what now i learned to use the method he suggested which is a pneumonic method. One of course and people like what he aragon suggest every other way pneumonic and this is the third piece of advice. I would give you. Which is before you do anything you have to pay. Due diligence and due diligence in deck works and means buying at least choose me four books. Three or four books.
FDA Grants Emergency Use Authorization for Pfizer Vaccine
"After leaving. Its cold storage director. David fontaine boyd. First americans to get a dose. I feel very lucky. And i hope by as we get more and more people we will start to turn the corner now. We're getting a glimpse of the challenge soon facing america. The all important freezer where this vaccine is being stored. Once it's brought out of their put immediately into a regular refrigerator and it thaws for three hours doctors up against a tight deadline. Taking it from the fridge two pharmacists. Who assemble each dose. There only two hours to injected. Once it's in a syringe. This hospital is doing twenty-five vaccines and our any slower. And they risk wasting doses. Eighty four year old. Tony is one step closer to seeing his wife of sixty two years appropriately. We only see
Los Angeles - Biden Taps California AG Xavier Becerra To Head Health And Human Services Department
"President elect joe biden will name california attorney general xavier becerra to be health secretary the sarah's a staunch supporter of the affordable care act and if confirmed by the senate the sixty two year old. The sarah will be the first latino to head. the department of health and human services
Why Does Your Business Exist? with Jimmy Mellado
"In business and leadership everybody's talking about purpose vision mission goals you know all that stuff sounds fancy, right? We know enough to know we need this stuff but what the heck is it especially purpose. This idea of purpose can feel kind of philosophical or mystical. I'm GonNa tell you though it's not guys. It's the reason you exist and if you don't have one you're screwed. From the Ramsey network, this is the entree leadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniel Tardy today. My guest is Jimmy Mulatto. Jimmy's been a part of a successful startup. He's an Olympic athlete and today he's the CEO of Compassion International. He leads a team of over three thousand employees and over thirty five countries. Talk about a guy who understands why you have to have direction a goal passion fire a purpose. And for Jimmy. Figuring out his purpose started at a really young age. There were some real strong themes early early in life than I immediately think back of Nicaragua. says. A little boy was born outside the United States grew up in six different countries. I'm one generation away from poverty. My mom knows what it's like to keep a dirt floor clean daughter migrant farmers on the Mexico US border, Mexican culture but my dad and her married and they were adventurer. So they move forty one times in sixty two years of marriage. And I was in six countries before celebrating my first birthday grew up and seven. So fascinating and I love the my childhood. But in in nineteen seventy, two, I was living in Nicaragua and third grade and I watched the Berlin Olympics and something happened and I said I WANNA be a part of the Olympic movement and that started you know sixteen years of training and working and dedicating myself to getting just developing the skill, the craft, and all these different events was a generalist I wasn't a specialist I just loved all the events and the decathlon fit me. Purpose that you had loved to be a part of the Olympics that drove me for sixteen years until seeing that that vision realized and that's just one area and purpose can emerge in different areas of life. You have an epiphany have calling you have a transformative moment or something traumatic happens, and then all sudden this energy inside of you wells up you wanNA make a difference. You want to make an impact somewhere. That's the birth. Of purpose it could be purpose for life. Yeah. But everybody's looking for purpose, but it could be purpose for. An organization every organizations dying to have real purpose defined it. You know a lot of times purpose. I know in my story a lot a lot of businesses we work with it starts out as as something closer to survival or just pay the bills. You know you're not really thinking about this big impact. You'RE GONNA make on the universe it's almost like, yeah, that's for smart people. I just got to get this thing off the ground. Is it always that way or the big organizations that really make a difference do they know from the beginning like this is why they're gonNA EXIST Well I mean I don't know for certain but from my experience, it's always been that way for me. When you're starting something, it's fragile. It's not defined. It's just got energy and you don't know where that energy is actually going to go my first year leading a startup organization the Willow Creek Association, which is a training leadership training organization that was started in thousand ninety two when I was a part of that as a six employees, we lost a quarter million dollars at first. Year and our very existence was threatened. So our immediate like right here purpose was survive another year survive another day survive another payroll. That's the real visceral reality of startups and and they're all consuming. But that more closer in purpose it really does always have to be in the context of a longer longer-term purpose and I will say this it's not always clear. It's not always clear what that longer term purposes when you're a startup situation, you've got some that created there was the sense. That hey, we want to help churches thrive. So the Willow Creek Association got created but then how does that look? What's the priority? What's the focus? What's the strategy? How are we gonNA do that and how are we going to do that in a sustainable way? So all those questions get answered it takes time to answer them and in the meantime you gotta survive. Yes. It seems like you're saying it's not an exercise you do at a retreat it's more a process that you. Refine. As you're figuring out what you're about and you're experimenting with the marketplace Senate, it's evolving to some degree. Absolutely no doubt about it. Net actual real life experience is speaking into how that purpose will get crystallized and become clear over time and it will if you keep pursuing it,
Totally Confused Finds A Resolution
"Dear sugars I'm a sixty two year old divorced woman and have been single for seven years. I was married for thirty years to a man who was basically a good guy. He was a good provider responsible with our finances and actively involved with our three sons. But the second half of our marriage was miserable for me because my husband was emotionally cold he pursued many outdoor hobbies without me. He retired early and spent more and more time at a second house we bought at the beach. I was so lonely inside our marriage I begged him to go to counseling with me, but he wouldn't. So I went alone. I tried to find activities we could do together, but he always turned me down I'm an affectionate person, but he would never touch me or hold me unless he wanted to have sex. After our youngest son was way college I realized I'd had enough of our complete lack of connection and I decided to divorce him. I waited so long to make the final move because even though he showed no interest in strengthening our marriage, I knew he would be devastated if I left him and he was. Except for seeing him at our youngest son's graduation four and a half years ago and the occasional text message greetings on birthdays or Christmas. My ex hasn't wanted any contact with me over these past seven years since we broke up. But something has shifted recently. Our oldest son is getting married soon, and in the spirit of that upcoming occasion, my ex-husband reached out to me several months ago and invited me to meet for. Coffee. He wanted to break the ice so it wouldn't be awkward at our son's wedding. We were both nervous but it went well. I. Let him lead the conversation and had no preconceived expectations. We decided to meet again a month later and that time was great. We laughed and reminisced. The week after that, he invited me to drive out of town together. So we could visit my ninety three year olds stepmother for the day. They'd always been very fond of each other. We had a great time. I didn't want the day to end. During our time together he apologized for several hurtful things he'd done over the years. And we both cried. We saw each other again and have talked on the phone too and each time he names the hurtful things he's done and he asks me for forgiveness. He was sorry for not listening to me for not going to my office parties for not hugging me or holding my hand. He said he was sorry for shaming me when I gained weight. Everything changed for me as he named many many cruel and insensitive wrongs committed in our marriage all my hurt and bitterness melted away. I've never experienced this kind of forgiveness. I have a new sense of peace and an understanding of grace. I. Feel Deep Love for him again, and he says he has never stopped loving me. The problem is he's engaged to be married to a woman he'd worked with and has known for years. His fiancee shares many of his outdoor hobbies are sons all love her, and they have made a new life together. She knows we've been meeting, but she doesn't know what we're feeling. He is only good things to say about her but also says, he never imagined we would have a chance to reunite. I have compassion for him because he's in a difficult situation. Sugars, we don't know what to do with these emotions. Two nights ago, we talked on the phone for an hour I feel closer him now than I did in the last few years of our marriage. He's so attentive now when we talk. If he were single I would reconcile with him and want to try again I've had a few relationships since our divorce but no one I wanted to make a life with. I've made a new life for myself moved to a new town have new friends and hobbies I'm healthy and financially stable. And I'm totally surprised by my feelings. I still love him and I'd welcome the chance to start over. I can't stop thinking about him. He texts me every day to say hello and say that he's thinking of me. He doesn't know what to do with this turnaround either. There's no instruction manual to figure this out. What advice do you have for? Me signed totally confused while.
Totally Confused Finds A Resolution
"Hi Steve Cheryl Onward We March August are month of rebroadcasting episodes along with new updates. Today we are going to get an update. We're GONNA listen to an episode a woman wrote signed her name totally confused. She was totally convinced you remember what that one was about I do it was well, it was a real cliffhanger solicits listen. Dear sugars I'm a sixty two year old divorced woman and have been single for seven years. I was married for thirty years to a man who was basically a good guy. He was a good provider responsible with our finances and actively involved with our three sons. But the second half of our marriage was miserable for me because my husband was emotionally cold he pursued many outdoor hobbies without me. He retired early and spent more and more time at a second house we bought at the beach. I was so lonely inside our marriage I begged him to go to counseling with me, but he wouldn't. So I went alone. I tried to find activities we could do together, but he always turned me down I'm an affectionate person, but he would never touch me or hold me unless he wanted to have sex. After our youngest son was way college I realized I'd had enough of our complete lack of connection and I decided to divorce him. I waited so long to make the final move because even though he showed no interest in strengthening our marriage, I knew he would be devastated if I left him and he was. Except for seeing him at our youngest son's graduation four and a half years ago and the occasional text message greetings on birthdays or Christmas. My ex hasn't wanted any contact with me over these past seven years since we broke up. But something has shifted recently. Our oldest son is getting married soon, and in the spirit of that upcoming occasion, my ex-husband reached out to me several months ago and invited me to meet for. Coffee. He wanted to break the ice so it wouldn't be awkward at our son's wedding. We were both nervous but it went well. I. Let him lead the conversation and had no preconceived expectations. We decided to meet again a month later and that time was great. We laughed and reminisced. The week after that, he invited me to drive out of town together. So we could visit my ninety three year olds stepmother for the day. They'd always been very fond of each other. We had a great time. I didn't want the day to end. During our time together he apologized for several hurtful things he'd done over the years. And we both cried. We saw each other again and have talked on the phone too and each time he names the hurtful things he's done and he asks me for forgiveness. He was sorry for not listening to me for not going to my office parties for not hugging me or holding my hand. He said he was sorry for shaming me when I gained weight. Everything changed for me as he named many many cruel and insensitive wrongs committed in our marriage all my hurt and bitterness melted away. I've never experienced this kind of forgiveness. I have a new sense of peace and an understanding of grace. I. Feel Deep Love for him again, and he says he has never stopped loving me. The problem is he's engaged to be married to a woman he'd worked with and has known for years. His fiancee shares many of his outdoor hobbies are sons all love her, and they have made a new life together. She knows we've been meeting, but she doesn't know what we're feeling. He is only good things to say about her but also says, he never imagined we would have a chance to reunite. I have compassion for him because he's in a difficult situation. Sugars, we don't know what to do with these emotions. Two nights ago, we talked on the phone for an hour I feel closer him now than I did in the last few years of our marriage. He's so attentive now when we talk. If he were single I would reconcile with him and want to try again I've had a few relationships since our divorce but no one I wanted to make a life with. I've made a new life for myself moved to a new town have new friends and hobbies I'm healthy and financially stable. And I'm totally surprised by my feelings. I still love him and I'd welcome the chance to start over. I can't stop thinking about him. He texts me every day to say hello and say that he's thinking of me. He doesn't know what to do with this turnaround either. There's no instruction manual to figure this out. What advice do you have for? Me signed totally confused while.
Man Missing For A Month Found Dead Inside Bedford VA Hospital in Boston
"A disturbing find at the Bedford VA hospital a body is found in the stairwell WBZ sherry small tells us the DA's office is investigating a man missing for a month is found dead in a stairwell at the Bedford VA hospital the sixty two year old last seen at the facility back on may eighth and reported missing a few days later Bedford police had initially search the building but didn't find him Middlesex DA Marian Ryan says the incident is very concerning what we know right now this appears to be a pretty tragic story someone goes missing is missing for five four are still weak and then is found right in the building where they should have had residents at the hospital say certain exits have been blocked off for months to prevent the spread of the corona virus they say they wonder if that's why no one found the ban until now the federal government runs a VA hospital the company care Thomas runs the housing complex Sherri small WBZ Boston news
Body of man, missing for five weeks, found in stairwell at Boston's Bedford VA Hospital
"What's happening the body of a missing man is found in the stairwell of VA hospital in Bedford WBZ sherry small has more on the investigation a sixty two year old resident of the VA campus in Bedford went missing for more than a month was found dead in a stairwell of the VA hospital on Friday that individual was located wearing what appears to be the same clothing that he was wearing when last seen on eighty eight in a stairwell in the building until six county district attorney Marian Ryan says how the man's body was overlooked this long and the manner of death are all part of the investigation well I basically waiting on the tops of the chief medical examiner and is well we'll be conducting an investigation around how the individual went missing back in may what steps were taken the federal government runs the VA hospital the company carriage house runs the housing
"sixty two years" Discussed on KOMO
"A sixty two year old poll monologist in Brooklyn who died fighting on the front lines putting off his planned retirement to continue his work everybody loves him everybody loves to be with them but he was such a giving person I thank you know you almost felt like whatever he had you had a five year old Skyler Herbert was the daughter of two Detroit first responders the kindergartner loves stuffed animals dressing up in her princes stresses and playing with her grandmother's dog a beloved member of our GMA family studio camera operator and musician Tony Greer passing away from Kobe nineteen and thirty five year old Chris Engelmann goose mon a nursing mother of three in Illinois giving everything she had to help the most vulnerable she seemed to like really treasure her time with her patients I do want to leave you on one positive note there was a one hundred and three year old woman in Massachusetts she contracted the virus according to our Boston affiliate WCVB while she was in a nursing home her family didn't think she was gonna survive but she fought hard and she did survive when they asked her how she wanted to celebrate she said with an ice cold blood like they had once again is A. B. C.'s Tom yamas the protest continue in Minnesota over the death of a black man George Floyd at the hands or in this case in need of a police officer born that story coming up after we talk traffic at nine fourteen years Kieran Jordan once again most of our slow spots on the highways have cleared out but we are seeing very minor slowdown right now north bound one six seven as you're approaching twenty.
College student wanted in 2 Connecticut slayings is captured
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a college student wanted to Connecticut slayings is captured after a six day manhunt to college student from Connecticut suspected of two slayings and other offenses was captured in Maryland Connecticut state police say twenty three year old Peter Manfredonia was founded Hagerstown Maryland he was not injured nor any of the officers who made the arrest Manfredonia was wanted in the machete killing of a sixty two year old man the fatal shooting of a high school friend the wounding of another man and the kidnapping of the friend's girlfriend who was found unharmed in New Jersey a lawyer for men for Dhoni is family said this week he struggled with mental health problems but had not shown signs of violence hi Mike Rossio
"sixty two years" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Sixty two years of welcome back this is the Ben Shapiro show so there there's apparently a lot of turmoil over the markets right now the market's been up in the reason America's been up is because it turns out the people are pretty optimistic about the direction of the economy Wall Street focuses on economic recovery on Tuesday stocks rallied along with crude oil prices according to The New York Times yes you have hundred rose more than one percent shares of delta United and other big carriers rose also so did Mary out international oil prices have been climbing all month as the restarting of factories in resumption of travel raised expectations that demand would rise news of progress and I seen a man has also been a factor fueling the gains Tuesday was no exception the re opening a business it's been another factor so of course the economy is rising because we hit rock bottom it's hard to see any other direction it would go exactly that said that is not stopping some critics in the media from being very upset that the market is rising Hey Andrew Ross Sorkin who is on the shelf but he he did a he he didn't segment today this morning with Joe Kernen he ripped into her and why his current has been talking up the stock market he says well that's just you cheerleading from what no that's actually just recognizing that we are moving out of the worst situation into a less bad situation Hanneke about ever going out again panic the norm if you didn't what good is it there had two thousand people died you know and all you did was try to help your friend the president that's what you did every single morning on this show every single day totally on you investors keep their cool keep their heads okay and and he's right I mean in the idea that if you go on there and talk about how the stock market's gonna rise again and stock market rose that somehow you just served investors because you are taking seriously the pandemic is absolute so that's my life and then you got to come out today you said a second wave is not inevitable it's possible there's not even a second wave well how do you think that's gonna price in the market the answer is pretty well that is what we've been seeing is sixty continued decline in the number of positive cases three weeks after re opening in a lot of these states here's how she no we often talk about the possibility of a second wave or of an outbreak when you re opening we don't have to accept that as an inevitability I'm particularly when people starting thinking about the fall and I want people to really appreciate that this could happen but it is not inevitable if we do the kinds of things that we're putting in place now to have the work force the system and the will to do the kinds of things that are the clear and effective identification isolation and contact tracing we can prevent this second wave that we're talking about if we do it correctly so good I mean that that that's what the markets are taking into account that's receiving the death toll in the United States now dropped below seven hundred per day that's a lot of people but on the daily basis normally about seventy five hundred Americans die every day so that is an increase but is not such a dramatic increase that it would stop the American economy that right when you're getting like three thousand people dying a day that's off the economy that obviously so the stock rally shouldn't be surprising to anybody it is a reflection of of the situation which is that people are becoming more sanguine about going back to work which again is a very very good thing I'm I'm confused as to why people seems upset about it why are people upset that the stock market is rising number is four one Kays and there are people upset the companies are beginning to rethink how they do business you know this is this is this is all good news it is all good news and yet this is this is where we are unfortunately as we have some people who are openly rooting against the economy apparently Butler is that political article yesterday suggested Democrats are openly rooting against the economy they're worried that the economy is going to come back to strong it'll actually help trump known other Bizarro world news there's a brand new book out talking about the Jeffrey Epstein case by wanna Goodman and Daniel how birds out June second call the convenience that mysterious demise of Jeffrey obscene apparently Bill Clinton was carrying on an affair with his lan Maxwell Maxwell was the basically procurer for Jeffrey Epstein is going to Buck Maxwell was a primary reason Clinton let asking very around the world apparently according to one source villages lane we're getting it on that's why he was around asking to be with her the source explained reports of missing the point of Clint Dempsey relationship them focusing on asking sex crimes couldn't stupid non idiot the source said dismissing the idea that the ex president is involved with underage girls apparently his primary interest was the woman that I've seen one stated and who is procuring all these victims you couldn't hang out with her without being with him the source said of the obscene Clint relationship when you just use it like everything else the source explained in this case as he was being used as an alibi while he hooked up with Maxwell apparently the affair continued in New York City where Clinton on multiple occasions visited Maxwell's own private townhouse and one sixteen east sixty fifth street that's eleven million dollar pad that runs a touch below seven thousand square feet because in this recent notice in New York social circles Clinton Maxwell dined together at Madison Avenue Italian main St now according to the two thousand two New York magazine article also Maxwell was among the few guests attended Chelsea Clinton's wedding at the former astrocyte in Rhinebeck New York that apparently came slightly after an embarrassing incident for match all going to the book a journalist named Conchita Sarnoff said only a few months earlier while attending the Clinton global initiative in New York City a process server walked through the pack lobby of the Sheraton answered just like natural papers for deposition apparently that happened like out right in the middle of a of a dinner so that's that's exciting stuff so Bill Clinton our our finest ex-president's the whole bill Clinton has to be a rehabilitated for purposes of the democratic party thing in doling out well and on that one already coming up we'll be joined by senator Martha make Sally from Arizona running a tough race again center against against Martha Kelly the former astronaut we'll talk about that race that's still a country coming up.
"sixty two years" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And Walworth counties otherwise today partly to mostly cloudy slight chance always showing a high of fifty clear tonight frost could return especially away from the lake thirty six year low downtown thirty out west sunny tomorrow and Wednesday highs in the upper fifties Thursday showers thunderstorms likely up to sixty seven Friday sunshine and seventy away from the lake Waukee shot thirty seven Milwaukee thirty eight at W. T. M. it's one thing to have a career in showbiz it's another to last for generations Jerry Stiller was one of those folks who died at the age of ninety two over the weekend his son Ben Stiller no slouch in the industry himself announcing the news via Twitter saying that instead passed from natural causes where do you start with Jerry Stiller's career how bout with his wife of sixty two years it is side and Mira they were a fixture on the old ed Sullivan show back in the sixties thirty six appearances there alone on Sunday nights the also appeared on a bunch of other variety shows in that era in real life and comes out and goes home just like some of the women here the orangey shop she cleans I think that's an obscenity the clean anybody you he's got to do it it's something growing underneath my cabinets what it is but I bet it three on the sitcom roles that brought a new younger fans George Costanza's dad on Seinfeld it was one of this is also carries dead in the king of queens he also had a shot is cylinders manager in the film directed by his side swipe they would do a dozen or so companies together father and son including.
"sixty two years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The water but a sixty two year old man from Jamaica he has prostate cancer is married with two children who came with his wife was found of a PSA that was elevated at five point one three a year ago had a biopsy showed Gleason seven cancer and he was sent by his doctors doctor knows about our work and he knows it for men with Gleason seven cancer Cleese's other cancer appears under the microscope is scale from two to ten the higher the number the more aggressive the cancer he knows this doctor knows and sent the patient here because he knows with surgery open searcher radical surgery robotic surgery the success rates only sixty percent with us it's ninety percent he knows that with radical surgery open surgery robotic surgery that ninety seven percent of men and up important or level sexual problems eighty percent and up leaking urine and this man he wants to have a better quality of life you once have successful treatment in those with us it's ninety percent success with surgery or standard radiation sixty percents was lots of reasons to come here lots of reasons doctors and their patients to come here lots of reasons doctors come here interview the pathology this cat scans bone scan and the cat scan a negative were both negative yet a biopsy Gleason seven and I examined him he has a large prostate this is the work that we do every day so as a PSA five point three Gleason seven cancer he has started therapy and he's doing great chairman is easy is well tolerated for everybody really it's easy treatment radiosurgery means ten point non invasive treatment we always send beams in from thousands of angles to attack cancers what about a woman really dramatic story really unbelievable stories of eighty four year old Hispanic woman from Dominican Republic and should a square miss cancer over a hand of the little finger where the little finger meets the palm and the top surface ship a big cancer squamous cancers of skin cancer extending through the skin the whole skin was opened up there was a large mass of imagine where the little finger meets the palm and the the bulk of the hand and the surgeons wanted to remove about half of her hand for this cancer was open destruction of the scanned it was open wound is a large tumors growing through and through the entire with the rest of the hand extending over the right fit the meta carpal jet a biopsy was Graham is cancer and the surgery is gonna remove half or a hand and the the surgeon who I know said whether to go see doctor leader and maybe you could do better work that I can do so probably him he gave up his job and his work to send her to do the right thing and examined her should a large destructive mass of the medial portion of the right metacarpal with destruction of the skin and mass to most of that area the joint space you could see the joint space you can see the bone and joint sprains because all skin had been eaten away the whole area was open and I saw her the squamous cancer with extensive destruction of the hand joint and we talked about all the options and she came to me almost four years ago from this doctor and we offered treatment and she said yes I elected leader when I want you to treat me I do not want to have radical surgery removal half of my hand and we treated her and all the cancer one away and she came in this week and she's so happy she care whether a husband and the whole skin has healed the hand is healed the cancer is gone only with our invisible beams of radio surgery only with our treatment this is the work that we do every day the most experience so we see plenty of skin cancers of the face and nose in the hands and mouth and ears most everywhere in the body even places it would probably embarrass you to talk about the US to see that there too and this is the work that we do with this woman now for years out is cancer free doing well happy and functional that whole wounded was opened it's gonna that whole into our joint space is gone the cancer's gone she's intact and functional and doing great and this is the work that we do every day at thirteen eighty four Broadway we have physicians and physicists at the same address and technicians and nurses and staff all here for you and speaking about dramatic results or talk about a fifty seven year old man is a banker and he has history as multiple comorbid diseases high blood pressure and cholesterol and other things and all yeah the lesion on his **** on in fear left side of the **** was route four centimeters so was big and it was a rose seven it was fine gating and it's been seen by a variety of doctors who never were able to make the diagnosis and he came here as a fresh second opinion he came on his own probably a tense opinion has diabetes other co morbid disease and I saw many of four centimeter mass on the left side of the **** and was fine gating and you had the I asked him to get staging he never had a adequate biopsy of this other people's at all maybe it's an faction or not it was cancer and the add a little biopsy showing the squamous cancer we staged a mop lymph nodes involve the cancer already traveled to the lymph nodes of the growing many chose our treatment only for this cancer of the **** to travel to the lymph nodes we treated him a year ago then he came this week in remission doing great pleased with the treatment with a new scan showing improvement and physical exam showing improvement this is the work that we do every day with extensive experience over decades with thousands of patients treated thousands treated I can tell you he is so happy elsewhere they wanted to do an amputation it is like a woman who had her right hand proposed to be removed half over and to be removed she didn't want that and this man did not want his **** amputated for medical reasons he came to radio surgery New York and have our treatment is now cancer free doing well with our treatment only no surgery no chemo only invisible beams of radio surgery this is the work that we do every day every day I was to go to seventy six year old woman from Tajikistan one of the Soviet republics she's a woman married with two children she came with her son she had the Colangelo carcinoma it's spread to her sacred she came with terrible pain she came on our own shed treatment elsewhere one of the big hospitals for years she had treatment elsewhere seven adenocarcinoma Calandra carcinoma and she's having terrible pain we stage drop and we found a cancer in her sacrum and coccyx and we offer treatment then we treated her and she is now pain free the cancers resolved it just in the coccyx rebel to send an invisible beams from thousands of angles as your tailbone her tailbone we treated the **** it cancers spread there through the bloodstream stage for an.
"sixty two years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You have piqued my interest here now I like to call you the master of simplicity because you help me out on this side of the table here and you mentioned acronym before that we're gonna get into on the segment titled smart and I want to ask you what what we talking about here yeah Thomas and by the way I was going to little excited here I heard that Jack Bauer might be coming back to me giallo really yeah there were over and in that leads us into the most use with fact of the week which I have to get out and I thought I'd run right into right now sounds great all right so you do you what did you watch that show twenty four no you know I watched the first season was phenomenal we have the character on there named Jack Bauer which out Kiefer Sutherland he does raise the was that he was a big yeah it was the same guy yes the guy who basically he could be in a sort of like the Rambo movies are on a fourth making movies back in the day it could be him against five hundred other guys with submachine guns rocket launchers grenades tanks missile care they're all that kind of stuff yeah and he would kill everything one of those rare in Irvine and they would take a million the shots at a but never hit him exactly exactly how it would right Jack Bauer here's this defect for you there did you may we store your memory bank and maybe only using the three the next time you plan trivial pursuit or something like that he's the lead character in the TV series twenty four he killed a hundred and twelve people in the first five seasons of the show a hundred is well under twelve people in the first five seasons and they'll go in while like energizer bunny incredible now mark to write so the smart acronym that we're talking about in the financial world it is very important for everybody who's a listener okay I got a lot of loyal listeners by the way we have people that but you know with all the time thing love your show do this or that and folks are always welcome to email us at info at financial safari dot com if you wanna hear us talk about something that you want to hear mentioned on the show or if you have an interesting tidbit the comes across your desk before does mine feel free to send that but it's a smart Pacific all right so you're getting close to retirement let's say you're sixty two years old and you go to see your financial planner and you say I'm going to retire in in the next five or six years how much do I need to have put aside for retirement the broke with they just keep put that money in a mutual fund everything will be fine when you get a retirement will be all set and I'm gonna retire when you do so you can do to talk about your that's specific I was about to say things that sounds a little nonspecific what the most important thing we need to get down and pin point to that it leads to the year when you're gonna retire that's right we need to look at where you have your money and what that money is going to do once you're not adding to it the one of the good things about working a lot of people during the breaks that realize all the great things about not working right that's right you so you have something funny to say though what you say because you took the vacation time would you say about all the vacation time over the holidays would you say I know it's very true I I took a long weekend five days and it's kind of funny when you have a couple of infants you get about as much sleep as you do with it okay weekend so he had a lot of free time but the free time disappear replace Ackley exactly your hands like quicksand right you know and this is something else to think about too we all think that we'll spend less in retirement I'll tell you about day four of this weekend we started at malls well and you can't go to the mall without five dollar in under ten dollar in it somewhere I member The Flintstones back in the day that he will go to this the the whatever they had walls back the only down if they they would have their little thing with the trumpets and this was the two and the flinstones that was back in the seventies we we had the problem back then too Mr but no when we when we're going to retire we know that we're not gonna be adding new money to our retirement accounts usually some people still do but most people start to take money out figures with you're you're basically going to the other side of that equation and you're starting to take money out which could put a strain on the money that's in there if you don't have a plan for withdrawal right so you have to know what you're what you're going to be taking out what you can afford to take out but I'm running out of money before retirement over and so it's very very important issue you know exactly what you can get income wise from the money have put aside they don't want all your eggs in one basket like we say but some of the money and more money each and every year after we get over fifty needs to be in buckets that are there for retirement income and their perpetual retirement income accounts were you cannot outlive that money when you start taking it out that's what is it that's a pension and that's it individual pension cal where no one can tamper with with it like they do with the group again that's right that's right so it this is similar to a product that you might have been recommending to people who are intentions now but want to get more control over their assets yes so the first thing you do is retirement income analysis so you look at what you're going to need for income in retirement the very first thing by the way you know most plans to say what do you have given to me and I'll give you this much income for the rest your life right and you're thinking why don't I I need more than that yeah yeah so let's do and let's do a plan a budgeting plan forward looking what are you going to need to have to survive in retirement okay let's build that bullets bucket this money so you don't take it all at one time to some of the money still growing when you're taking in come out and you can have increasing income throughout the future that Thomas how important is it you think when you get to retirement to not be trapped in the same cage you're gonna be you're in right now so maybe a bigger cage every year so right like Kate I mean the money you can spend sure and because you don't want to go into debt and retirement you want your money to be they're paying you exactly that's called income planning and asset allocation comes into effect then okay asset allocation is a is a probably a term that many people offered but may not understand and by the way folks I talk about this in my book the seven baby steps and if you'd like to download a.
"sixty two years" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Help I were detectives are asking if you know anything about the shooting that you reach out to them directly they also have an anonymous crime stoppers a phone number that you can contact that number six threo eight nine to one thousand they do offer rewards up to five thousand dollars in any given search instance victim has been identified as fifteen year old jasmine noble this case currently a death investigation with suspicious circumstances major shake up at the Pentagon announced Sunday details from ABC's Stephanie Ramoji Aviz top officials secretary Richard Spencer forced out secretary of defense mark as per demanding his resignation over the handling of the case involving navy seal Eddie Gallagher saying in a statement I have determined that secretary Spencer no longer has my confidence to continue in his position navy seal and Gallagher well acquitted of killing a wounded ISIS captive was sentenced to four months of time served for posing with a corpse in a rock new information in the White House hold up of military aid to Ukraine earlier this year ABC's trips he returned says impeachment witnesses testified that the aid was tied to Ukraine digging up dirt on Joe Biden and his son a BC news confirms that an ongoing internal review by the White House of why aid to Ukraine was frozen shows conversations among top level aids looking for a justification for the hold up and questioning if it was legal sources tell ABC news the review is focused on activities between White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and the office of management and budget our services trucks Iverson and there's been another piece to the puzzle added ABC's David Wright reports governor former governor guiliani may face tough questions in the days ahead ABC news has learned the house intelligence committee has obtained audio and video recordings and photographs from one of his indicted associates love partners it's unclear what they depict but Parnassus has said he wants to comply with the congressional inquiry into a B. C.'s David Wright it's a crowded field of democratic presidential campaign had one more name to that list billionaire and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg in a statement today he said he's the strongest candidate with the best chance of beating Donald Trump today northwestern Pritzker school of law senior lecturer Jason to sound okay one theory of likely winners of the first primaries or caucuses you would have put a judge who would win in Iowa you have warned who could win in New Hampshire you have Biden who could win in South Carolina and you have Sanders heavy union support who could win in Nevada the start of that fear you could have four different people winning those forced first four primaries or caucuses the center was a guest on the Sunday spin program with Rick Pearson you can hear the entire interviews podcast on our website at WGN radio dot com fifty four year old was at or tease spending time in jail after being charged with murder solicitation for hire or teases accused of trying to hire an undercover police officer to kidnap and kill a sixty two year old woman.
"sixty two years" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Watt making breaking two hundred fifty thousand sixty two years old right okay when I got **** and this daughter is his as well right no she's not okay the door down her dad when she was taking I got you okay and so she's moving out of an apartment in buying a home but she's on the money to do it they're not you make sixty five not non GM she had the money to invest into the act with pain and in the family exam I'm sorry say that again her and the family shin Fein smaller ma'am she's going through a divorce right okay but she doesn't have any money obviously because she's asking you for money okay and so do you what is her long term plan with money she can have an income **** support these kids the axe is going to support him with his child support how are they gonna live she had a job making sixty five thousand dollars a year okay okay but I'm guessing there's there's probably some dead in that family that she's going to end up responsible for part of it is at probably true I would hope not okay I got her yearbook well and I think that they were pretty much out of debt there should have been the credit card a few months ago which I get to learn a lot about five hundred dollars so what I do want what I want to do when I'm helping someone especially people that are that close and I love that much is one of my own kids right is I want to make sure that my help is not assisting them in stepping into a bear trap I want to help them the into a situation that's sustainable this gives them a bright future but I don't me participating in the bad decisions that they're making because they're hurting is not help and I think that's what's going on here this later on in the money he stay in the family house it probably don't have any equity and it does it are you guessing yeah okay is so why make sure the divorce decree if you can reach that he has to re financing get her name off of that mortgage so that she can get a mortgage in a couple years when she gets straightened out she does not need to buy a house right now she's going through a divorce is one of the worst years of her life and she has no money and this is not the time to make a decision to buy a house insurance simply we have a seven day how much is a settlement I don't know that information then I'm not give her any money I'm not giving her any money she's getting some money December second why does she need money from you.
"sixty two years" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Hi Jim how are you great great are you better than I deserve what's up awesome thanks for taking my call and I was just looking for some advice to help counselor gala church sure she sixty two years old single retired and she's on a fixed income income of about twenty six hundred dollars from a pension I've been curtailed kind of looking to see what her benefits personal security can be had for that she currently has a hundred ninety three thousand dollar mortgage payments on national refinance not too long ago just to take the money out to pay off that cooking Mister London thirty eight a month so pretty high with her twenty six coming home she does have two hundred sixty thousand nine out for one cares no one knows yet out of the budget now we're kind of in urging her own baby steps for either Sir I'm working to find about ten thousand dollars and and then once you get there she is why should not working on she sixty two years old turn help out with her daughter in seeking out soon and watching a kitten a little bit I am in the chateau she's not ready to retire if she is not going to work anymore she sell this house too much trash this house is not going to make it till she's ninety with that with a mistake she's got in her limited income coming in from other sources because we use all this money to pay off this house which is basically what's going to take there's no penalty on it but it's all gonna be taxes and and house and you got paid for house into a broke lady living on for four thousand dollars a month.
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"Children with special needs. Garland was fired with the parents say their son continues to suffer from emotional issues, the sheriff's office and the school district, not commenting on the lawsuit. A former church officials accused of molesting a teenage girl in Pinellas county. Heather Matuzek of done. Eden was arrested after the alleged victim came forward almost three months ago, alleged incidents date back almost four years, when Matuzek was twenty eight and a youth leader at Clearwater, community church and the girl was fifteen years old, the two six now, thirty two she owns a Chick-fil-A in Clearwater at the Westfield countryside mall. Fernando county deputies searching for whoever is responsible for shooting two pit bulls in the head and wrapping their bodies in plastic and then dumping the dogs on Plymouth rock road in Webster. This neighbor tells news channels that is a residential area, regardless of how roll it is this houses here, this houses, down here this house over here. There's a bunch down there. This just happens to be one of the few on this side. That is empty deputies are hoping someone comes with tips to lead them to whoever's responsible. A man accused of shooting a deputy in Pasco county is dead. Terrence Peterson died after five days from the shooting at his home in Newport, Richie where deputies responded to a domestic. Violence call. It's not clear. If the shot that eventually killed the sixty two year old was self inflicted or came from a deputy the deputy who was shot is still in the hospital. The popular MTV reality series floor Obama's shores begins filming around Saint Petersburg today. The show is about eight young adults partying their way through the summer Saint, Pete, Clearwater, film Commissioner Tony armor tells channel eight for the next six weeks. The cast and crew will be adding big bucks to the local economy. They hire a lot of local crew. I believe.
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"Week. President Trump is on his way back to the White House after his trip to Japan before leaving he visited the USS wasp docked in Tokyo Bay. He wished servicemembers members happy Memorial Day. That's a phrase that irritates some veterans because the day honor, service members who were killed fighting for the nation. But the president got an enthusiastic welcome. Our freedom is earned through the blood and sweat, and toil and sacrifice of great American patriots just like you. Several climbers have died in Mount Everest in the past week including a lawyer from Boulder, Colorado who had just reached the top of mount. Everest Christopher coolish was sixty two years old is family says the cause of his death isn't yet known in Japan. A man with a knife attack schoolgirls near Tokyo, killing two people before killing himself sixteen. Other people were injured. The man had been walking toward a school bus parked at a bus stop. This is a P radio news. A new study suggests that e cigarette flavorings may be bad for your heart. A new study suggests flavorings in e cigarettes may be bad for the heart. Researchers at Stanford university's cardiovascular institute report. They grew cells that normally line health. Human blood vessels in laboratory dishes. The cells were exposed to six different e cigarette flavorings cells bathed in blood taken from people right after they had an e cigarette were also tested. The study found vaping and some flavorings even without nicotine triggered blood vessel dysfunction. The report appears in the journal of the American college of cardiology might cross the Washington this city of him. He'll Beach California has closed its shoreline swimmers because of sewage flowing from Mexico. Officials say more than one hundred ten million gallons of toxic water has flowed from Mexico since April. They plan to keep the shoreline closed until testing shows the water safe Rita Foley, AP radio news. At farmers insurance. We know the sound of a perfect hot air balloon landing and.
"sixty two years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"What it was for sixty two year old Chris coolish. Everest was his seventh summit on seven continents by reaching the top Chris coolish had attained is goal. Not long after that his life would end. The reasons not clear record number of people have climbed. Mount Everest in April and may this year, the season for climbing that mountain massive crowd. And you've seen the pictures, maybe some video to head climbers walking single file and spending hours in line in some spots. Meantime, a Massachusetts man has died. While hiking near mount monadnock in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. Seventy eight year old reportedly suffered a medical emergency on the white cross trail at monadnock state park, the hikers, companions and good Samaritans attempted CPR for over an hour before paramedics arrived. An investigation by the chief medical examiner says the man died from natural. Causes five seventeen now Memorial Day to remember in Milton, one of the first women to serve the US military pays tribute to those who gave everything WBZ TV's lease aggressee with more. When she was I asked to be the keynote speaker, Milton's Memorial Day, observance ceremony. She didn't know what to say. So humbled by the gesture she accepted it was my on village. Ovalles. You stay waves as served or a World War Two and the Korean conflict. She says she has always been a firm believer in volunteer work, and making the most of each and every moment, one hundred years old. And if false could leave behind one message it would be this today. And every day.
"sixty two years" Discussed on KCRW
"A cyclone in southern Africa flattened or flooded entire towns. Those who survived now faced a crisis of getting food and water. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin will hear what it's like on the ground in Mozambique this hour later, what do newly released documents about Michael Collins say about the scope of Robert Muller's investigation. And why was President Trump's social media director temporarily banned from social media it is Wednesday March twentieth. Spike Lee won his first competitive Oscar last month and today, he celebrates birthday, the director turned sixty two years old. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump will visit Ohio again today from member station. W O S U page Pfleger reports he'll make two stops. I President Trump will visit the Lima army tank plant the only tank manufacturing facility left in the country. Trump's visit to Lima is part of a presidential tradition that started sixty years ago. The White House says a recent order from the Pentagon to upgrade the m one Abrams tank will lead to more jobs in the region. Trump will close out his visit in canton with a reelection fundraiser from NPR news, I'm page Pfleger in Columbus, Ohio, the supreme court takes up the matter of racial discrimination. In jury selection today, the court is required. Prosecutors to show they have a legitimate non-racial reason for excluding African Americans and other minorities from juries NPR's, Nina totenberg reports today's case maybe different race discrimination. In jury selection continues to be. Problem. The court keep seeing with very stark examples, especially in-depth penalty cases. This case involves a man prosecuted for the same crime six times until the district. Attorney finally obtained a verdict that stood up on appeal in the Mississippi court. The supreme court has been more skeptical after sending the case back for further review. The justices today are conducting their own second. Look, and this time defense lawyers are asking court to look at the DA's overall record in this case and others to Nina totenberg, NPR news, Washington. Vice President Mike Pence visited eastern Nebraska yesterday and toured the flooded elk horn river in the town of Waterloo near Omaha. He also met with first responders who rescued people from flooded homes. The national weather service continues to report major river flooding in the plains and south along the Mississippi River, Mozambique has begun three days of mourning for the victims of tropical cyclone die. The storm burst ashore in eastern Africa. Last week and killed hundreds of people in that country. There are more deaths reported in Malawi and Zimbabwe, Debra. Of the World Food Program says the scene in the Mozambican city of Beira is apocalyptic. There's no running water. No power. So wherever they they find the shelter. The living conditions are very difficult and hospitals have been destroyed as well. So there's no medical health facilities right now in the city humanitarian groups estimate that more than half a million people live in Beira, Mozambique. The White House says President Trump will nominate Stephen Dixon to be the next administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration Dixon recently retired from Delta Airlines where he was a senior vice president for flight operations Dixon, also served as a former air force officer and F fifteen fighter pilot. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. To asylum seekers from Honduras had hearings an immigration court in San Diego Tuesday. There's are among the first cases heard under a pilot program. It requires asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for their court dates from member station. K P B S, gene. Guerrero reports the men were transported from church in Tijuana to San Diego with the help of immigration and customs enforcement on the US side. Attorney Robin Bernard of human rights. I filed a motion for an evaluation of the men's fear of returning to Mexico. They received.
"sixty two years" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"The McClatchy newspaper chain has recently offered buyouts to four hundred fifty employees as it seeks to cut expenses. The cutbacks are part of a national trend which has seen newspaper circulation declined nearly in half since the early nineteen seventies. Vic domain reports. How the he paper in Fresno Fresno bee responding to the challenge. The McClatchy newspapers have served the central valley for one hundred sixty two years like other papers there now making the digital transition and reducing the reporting staff in the years since joke, he has been editor of the Fresno beat central. California's make your newspaper has been going through Kansas part of that has been the retirement of two veteran reporters who recently accepted, a voluntary buyout. That follows the previous early retirement of these environmental reporter, these health and investigative reporters have also left for other jobs Kita acknowledges, the bees print newspaper has been shrinking in size and shifting to feature reporting. But he insists that even though it's downsizing the bees newsroom is still strong as it shifts to a more online. Presents attractive to a younger audience. We're definitely getting a younger audience through digital and a good place to look there is on social media. And if you look at the followers that we have through social media, I think you'll find that they are younger, and they're more diverse than probably the print readership has ever been at any point in the history of the Fresno bee. And I think that's a great thing. Because the whole point of what we do is to make sure that the work that we produce. Everyday is red Kita also says that it's online presence allows the B to present audio video graphics and database reporting that can better illustrate stories. He says the bee is maintaining its role as a watchdog of local institutions and politicians Tim Draco was a reporter and editor for thirty two years. Most recently at New York based Newsday. He's now a professor in Fresno state university's department of mass communications and journalism. He says that for newspapers like the b. Declining revenue leads to fewer reporters and stories when you are a newspaper, you have you only have to expensive newsprint and people. So what's happened to combat? These loss of revenues is newsroom staffs have reduced over time. And there's all kinds of studies assessing southbound about how much it's actually lost win. You lose reporters. What happens is fewer stories covered. Bottom line, you have competing demands. And you you you cannot possibly with fewer people get the same number of stories that you've got before keine Segel is director of public relations and communication for the McClatchy newspapers based in Washington DC, she says in general, the national Kane is feeling the same pressure as the rest of the newspaper industry. One estimate indicates seventy percent of older Americans read a newspaper daily while only twenty percent of young people do Segal emphasizes that in order to survive. Going digital is necessary as is appealing to a. Younger audience Segal indicates that research shows that newspapers are essential to the social health of our cities in important ways. When a newspaper closes down the cost of the community is that municipal loan rates are higher because bankers. The the risk is higher where newspapers aren't operating in local communities civic engagement goes down people vote last at lower rate when there's no local newspaper, and there's more political polarization in communities when there's no local newspaper, so that's a risk for our country for our democracy. According to Forbes magazine, the good news is that sixty nine percent of the US population is reading a newspaper in whatever form, it appears drac list at Fresno state says an online presence does bring new ways of storytelling and is better adapted to breaking news. But he says those Kansas come at the expense of detailed beat reporting backless adds that although digital advertising revenue has grown. It does not generate revenue as effectively as it did in print newspapers what we do way as an industry for ten years is we were thinking, okay. If we increase the number of page views. We charge our ad rates. Kind of like an old model circulation idea. It hasn't translated into into financial gain the crease patriots because you don't always know where your audiences so everyone's going subscription mall. Gene. Segal also stresses that subscriptions are the key to the survival of both print and internet based news media. I think that people have to realize that local news is going to stay around as long as they support it. And I think it's really important, especially now that, you know, with newspaper print advertising decline, you know, we're replacing that with digital advertising revenue, but subscriptions are really going to fuel our our growth at our presence. So it's really important for people if they want their local news outlet thrive. They have to subscribe, that's a reality. Pacifica radio listeners are well aware of and in the era of Donald Trump people across the nation are finding out that newspapers. As well. As other media are crucial to holding the powerful accountable Victorian. Pacifica radio KFC f-, Fresno. Well, that last appeal did get some action on the donation front. They've found did start ringing, and I don't know whether the keyboard started peeing, but we did get some contributions in here. So we have launched towards that making Matt match. In fact, what happened was Barbara in Los Gatos decided that to up the ante so to speak so Barbara in those contests has added three hundred dollars to our challenge. So the fact that we were.
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"Jeff McKinney. A sixty two year old man is dead is ninety three year old mother. Seriously injured today when fire broke out in a nightclub building in east Harlem flames erupted in a third floor apartment in the Wilson houses on one hundred fifth straight still unclear how the fire started and arrests today of a driver who allegedly hit to NYPD officers last night on the FDR drive at fifteenth street as she tried to flee police, and why PD chief of department Terry Monaghan as you're talking to the individuals in the car to car takes off one is left arm on the driver's side gets it in the hands of the other officer on the right side. Get hit Monahan says an officer fired six shots as the vehicle drove away and police say he may have violated department guidelines by shooting at a fleeing vehicle. A sixteen year old boy facing charges for allegedly firing shots on a sidewalk in the Bronx. Lease expected to charge sixteen year old Edgar Garcia as an adult in the February twenty-second incident on Girard avenue in the concourse action. Surveillance video shows young girl an innocent bystanders running for their lives at the suspect fired off three shots at a group of people. There were no injuries. And police say the incident is gang related. I'm Jennifer bowl. Sunday for seven ten O are Democrats vowing to investigate a New York Times report. The President Trump ordered a top security clearance for his son-in-law Jared Kushner against the recommendations of security officials, here's ABC's. Lana Zak house intelligence chairman, Adam Schiff issued a rebuke to the White House following a New York Times report that President Trump had pushed forward a security clearance for his son-in-law shift writing, quote, there is no nepotism exception for background investigations. The president has said he quote was never involved in his security, but Democrats say they will be digging deeper into these claims and the news is brought to you by the Empire State building star..
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"Five o'clock and right now, we're looking at twenty five degrees in Boston. Good afternoon. This is WBZ news. We have sad news to report this hour nickel. Farda the Boston Globe nationally recognized and widely respected sportswriter died today in Fort Myers, Florida. He was sixty two years old. WBZ Tom Cuddy says Conforto was more than just an excellent sports writer, a real professional. You know, not one of these guys into big self promotion, although he did appear on nisan impre games. Excellent writer covered the patriots for awhile. Wrote books on the patriots. And the Atlanta Braves on the why the Atlanta Braves, but I've known him a long time just subtle very professional. Always. Hi, how are you? Getting the press box. Believe me just a nice nice person in a very difficult industry highly competitive baseball, writing very very competitive cafaro was survived by his wife, Lianne and two children. Ben and Emily. Two sources are telling CBS news chief Washington correspondent major Garrett this hour that special counsel. Robert Muller could turn his Russia report over to attorney general William bar as early as tomorrow if and when it happens WBZ radio will provide complete and continuing coverage President Trump's confidante Roger stone is silenced by a judge after posting a picture of her on Instagram in the crosshairs of a gun today. The judge imposed a full gag order on stone CBS correspondent polo rita's. Stone didn't help his cause or his case. He was a train wreck. He could not remember who brought him the photo. How many he chose why he put it up in the first place why he couldn't find one without crosshairs. He was an absolute disaster of a witness. He really did not do himself any favors on the stand in another courtroom in Chicago. Prosecutors tell the judge that empire actor Jesse smollet told. Two brothers to yell. President Trump slogan atom make America great again and put rope around his neck during a staged attack. The judge set bond at one hundred thousand dollars and today African American community leaders in Boston are weighing in. Here's Kim Tunnicliffe Suffolk DA Rachel Rollins calls. It a sad situation. She wonders whether Jesse small at suffers from mental health issues Rollins is praising police who've been investigating the case. I'm proud law enforcement is following the evidence. I don't think they jumped to conclusions, which is what we would hope Rollins believes the credibility of real hate crime victims will be called into question moving forward. But the head of the urban league of eastern Massachusetts Darnell Williams, disagrees smart enough to know that we need to look at each case on its own merits and not judge one case and then make that become the defacto standard. We want to evaluate everybody else. Williams wants to let the case play out before making any judgments about smaller. It saying we only know what we've been told Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio. We also heard today from former Boston police superintendent and chief Dan linski on this case was a completely made up event. It seems that's what the the evidence seems to prove in a total waste of resources by the police department as well as undermining legitimate victims the Bill for the Columbia gas disaster is now topping one billion dollars. According to the company's annual report this story with WBZ's. Karyn regal on September thirteenth Columbia gas mains over pressurized, killing a teenager blowing up homes and plunging towns into a cold autumn and overtone manager Andrew Flanagan says it's not over yet. As the town's want roads, repaved and lawsuits are being negotiated from the fact that there was temporary housing. I so many residents in the three communities for the people who were brought into Massachusetts to do the gas main work and to take the lead on different aspects of the recovery. It's not necessarily surprising. Given the magnitude of what's happened. And how much is Indo was budget for the year one hundred ninety two million. Okay. So this is this is seeded the budget for the for this town by five times in Andover. Karyn regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio border security fight gets both political and legal in Washington. That's coming.
"sixty two years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Sixty two year old guy collapses at a twenty four hour, fitness and the family is suing the club or not one not being trained or not using the defibrillator. That's there. Not using it not knowing how to use it not even using it in a timely fashion and not calling nine one one for parents some time, and I don't know how long that is. If it's longer than one minute. That's ridiculous. This decent human being calls nine one one when plants on a treadmill. Yeah. You just do. Debate. I mean this person running around trying to find someone to make the call. That's that's bizarre to how far away is your phone. Athletic bag or your jacket or wherever fifteen seconds away. And the desk is fifteen seconds away too. Right. Yeah. This is a bad. Look for twenty four hour, fitness. The good look would be if you did the right thing, and you save the guy's life. That's good business customers dying is bad. This always. But you need to have someone and this is a wakeup call for people go to your health club. When you on your way, they'll club right now say, hey, is there somebody here that knows CPR? Do you have a defibrillator here? What happens in case marching? I don't know about every state, but it's re-. It's required by law that if it's more than fifty or more members or guests each day. Which obviously twenty four hour fitness is one of the biggest chains around. It is. Mike, Iran KLBJ. Call me on the defibrillator to hear about. But is important that folks know, how easy it is to us that even if you're not personal staff people that thing out an open the box, you'll tell you exactly what to do as voice commands in almost any nowadays. Okay. You're going to have it use it, right? That's right. Anybody in the general public if somebody gets hurt on out that later? Makes a big can make a big difference in saving lives. Okay. The fact that they didn't even try is gonna cost thirteen million dollars. That's expensive right there. Yeah. Okay. So even add could work I can work on Jeff. Clear clear, you could give it a shot. Right. Yeah. I mean, that's true. The alternative isn't so great. It's gonna hurt me where it's gonna hurt you. Yeah. Especially guy. I don't know. You just I just I think most people your radar goes off. That's I remember kitman what race and a guy went down face planet, and you knew right away, and they were on him instantly and brought him back. But he just it's not a person tripping and falling and scraping their knees. There's not a person who have you ever been a treadmill, and you drop your your headphones your phone trip and fall, you just know the difference that instant just down. Yeah. Face plan. You know, what that is? You're just afraid if we work together they have to deal, you're not going to work out mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, that's your afraid of we're not gonna work out together. So we don't work out anybody ever you. Don't talk to say, hey, how you doing? No workout away. Getting a good burn. Gosh. You're gonna get burn wanna go around the treadmill with me that kind of stuff that you ever talked to anybody on the hiking trail never never I wave at the guy plays the guitar giving the peace sign every day not every day. Is there all the time? Past the same people the same time or twenty years never wanna another. I've you know, it's weird after all these years. I've never I've I saw a woman wreck on a bicycle and I knew it was bad, and everyone, you know, it was music director three or something. Now, she's riding again, I'm surprised there's not more, but she's going over the bridge. Barton springs and doesn't make the turn. And I mean wiped out and so I tell people react. It was such a good thing. Everyone was there helping her out wanted to get and you know, there's there's cops on bikes all the time on the trail. So. I'm just I've only been in one race where. No, no guy had a heart attack. Yeah. Surprising that more often. People die all the time. These traffic lawns and the swim. 'cause you get pushed on during you panic and God bless him. Yeah. Had died that one. Yeah. Yeah. Out in California that the Alcatraz where race Vicky you're on KABC. Jay. Yes. I just wanted to weigh in on the twenty four hour, fitness. My husband did drown at a local gym here. I did not know how long he was underwater. But I did want to bring up about the it is trying to bowl to anybody. That's out there to us one. I am also the issue becomes if it's a drowning victim how long they have been underwater whether or not that will work. I think it's sad. But five in the morning, there's not enough observation at at some of these fitness centers. My husband. I did not know how long he was even under water. So I don't think they're going to have a case based on anything like that in the morning. There's too many donors are involved that back these fitness centers on. So everybody needs to keep that in mind when I go. But. Okay. Donovan denied even get to the defibrillator. I mean, yeah, let's say it's five in the morning, and they have only one or two people apparently want only one person was at the counter, but still the one person that the counter should do something. Or try think the issue here is. That person didn't try didn't know what to do. Even then I don't even there's nobody that steps off that fun or even knows that they're back there. So by the time that they come up, and they get that individual to take care of whatever they're gonna take care of these monitoring the front, so I feel like as being a medical professional over thirty years that there is not enough monitoring those and actually this was at one of the local YMCA, and that's just the bottom line keeps your any any new laws in Texas because of your tragedy in your family's tragedy. If you've tried to get new laws on the state, well, we are in the process of hoping and pushing for something I think there's not enough monitoring what's going on. Here is not enough people that I mean when a bystander has to pull your husband off the bottom of the pool. Yeah. That's that's unheard of in. That's at five. I don't care if it's at five thirty in the morning, if you open at five o'clock that lifeguard is supposed to be posted at that point to watch what's ever going on in that pool area? It shouldn't take. A bystander that comes in the morning to walk mine. Find somebody on the bottom of the poll. It's even more shocking that it's the treadmills because the treadmills typically, you know, a pool at a health clubs usually in the back right at some clubs are not that many people that swim or early in the morning, but the treadmills are usually right up front. I mean, that's kind of the main traffic area of the entire gym typically. Absolutely. Yeah. Well, that is the problem because you're talking you've got people in the back, and it's very, you know, I mean, they're they're, you know, maybe swim teams or things like that going on people walking the water water walk area. But the issue still remains if that star gets up from that post in this is to cover the swimming pool area, and they get up, and they got to the bathroom, and there's nobody to cover them and who's gonna take care of that person. If they decide to have a cardiac arrest or something goes wrong, and they go at the bottom of that pull them in. They walked back in. Yeah. I I could I could see it happening in a pool. I think may I still swim. But there are times if it's a weekend or off time there isn't now there's where I go training for traffic lawns. There's no lifeguard on duty. But I could see that's an area where not enough. There's not enough traffic. Right. I could see something going on there. But the treadmills though, I mean, they're out in front of everyone. Yeah. It every big club. You can think of and I even assumed twenty four hour, fitness. I'll bet you those treadmills are lined up near the front at the windows..
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"Colder air just around the corner. Enjoy the seventies for the late week forecast. Because we do have some mid thirties for low temps here. Houston by Saturday night. Some of that weather energy that's been bottled up in the Pacific heads on in for the weekend are temps overnight down to fifty six degrees. Mostly cloudy Friday Seventy-three afternoon, rain showers rumble of thunder tomorrow and then for Saturday, partly cloudy, windy, and colder with a high of fifty eight degrees. Low Saturday night thirty-five, I'm Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel sixty two in Galveston fifty nine and cloudy at the KTAR h tax defenders twenty four hour weather center. KTAR h news time is four zero one our top story. A woman is dead. Another person hospitalized in critical condition after they were shot in the parking lot of the Christ. The redeemer Catholic church in Cyprus last night. There's any deputies responded to the church just after seven o'clock cops say Arthur, again shot inside of a vehicle that had his estranged wife and daughter in it they say that again. Is sixty two years old, and then he actually left the scene in a white Tahoe. And they'd been searching for him for several hours. The update on this story. They say that etiquette has since been located at a motel on the west side of Houston. Swat is on the scene. We'll update you on that. When we get more information, Harris County leaders unveiling a new bail system that will allow most misdemeanor offenders to be released without having to post Bod. The change comes after the county's old cash bail system was found unconstitutional in two thousand seventeen presiding judge. Daryl Jordan calls it a victory for civil rights when it comes down.