35 Burst results for "Thirty Eight Years"
Author Matt Rosenberg Is a Chicago Native Son Who Can’t Believe What He’s Seeing
"His name. Is matt rosenberg. The book is what next chicago notes of a pissed off native son. Wow matt rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thank you eric. It's a pleasure to be here. I know of you because of your dad the legendary milt rosenberg my goodness. How long did he do radio. I mean how many years was he in that world. Thirty eight years he was on. Wgn am but it was just a second job. His first job He was a professor of social psychology at the university of chicago. And i grew up in hyde park in the professor of social social psychology with common sense and great curiosity which i think he passed on at least partially to me. So you've been a journalist. You've done a lot of things this book. I mean everybody in the country Including some chicagoans are wondering what in the world is happening in chicago. so what. What is the book about what next chicago. What ultimately Are you saying here. I am addressing urban progressive misrule In our nation's biggest cities. I'm looking at the unified theory of systemic racism and positing that that is not the problem that the problem is that urban political elites largely of color are running our nation's biggest cities into the ground. What i'm also trying to do. When this book. I went deep into the south side. I moved back to chicago where i lived for thirty years. from the time of being a a young child six years old to you know My mid thirties. When i finally left and moved to seattle with my lovely wife where we raised two children. I had to come back in twenty twenty looking at the city in chaos and turmoil. I went deep into the south side. Talk to black people in their homes and workplaces about what's gone wrong how to set things right so that was a big part of it but then the policy piece. Eric was very big. I felt don't shy away from this. How is it that the public schools are failing. How is it that the criminal court system has run off the rails. How was it that. of fiscal governance has gone so wrong. Why is it that corruption is endemic and rules of governance are rigged so it was ambitious. But i feel like. I had a chance to step up to
Biden Highlights Climate Change as He Tours Hurricane Ida Damage in NY, NJ
"Start though. With residents in the northeast who are still recovering from the devastation of storm ida president biden toward neighborhood in new york and new jersey. Yesterday offering words of comfort and promises of support to those affected emphasizing the reality of a worsening climate nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez has more with the devastating aftermath of remnants sprawled across the northeast president biden toured hard hit communities comforting families and highlighting the urgency of climate change. Climate change poses a next essential threat to our lives to our economy. The threat is here is not going to get any better question. Can't get worse we can stop it from getting worse. The president approving major disaster declarations for counties in new jersey and new york pouring more federal aid into them but in queens were gut wrenching. Video showed officers trying to rescue a family from a flooded basement. Frustration is spilling over split survivors struggle with the new normal. It's a shame it really is has to be done. I could deal with it. Not if the thirty eight years. I'm getting too old in manville new jersey. Julian colorado is clearly still in shock days after the storm to go and on fire around. There's water everywhere. There's no article in the basement. Her mother shows us how the water flooded the garage after destroyed their basement scenes h. One gets worse and worse. This area also flooded during the remnants of floyd in nineteen ninety nine and irene in twenty eleven. How sick are you of this happening over. And over again i was fifty two first time. Sixty two second time. Seventy two thirds. The water reached pass philip. Ucla's baseman and into the first floor. It triggered gas leaks nearby. Homes and businesses exploded.
Oosthuizen, Spieth Lead Way as Normalcy Returns to Open
"Inform south Africans Louis who stays in his back at it at the British open the thirty eight year old runner up in both the PGA and the US open so far this year has taken the first renovated the British open at royal St George's is Tyson posted six birdies and a bogey free sixty four to stand six under one clear of a resurgent Jordan space and fellow American Brian Harman Dustin Johnson is well placed to to under Brooks KEPCO is one under and Bryson the sambo struggled to find fairways in a one of a seventy one Phil Mickelson crashed to ten of them after a wind blown eighty I'm Graham like us
Overcoming Addiction in the Restaurant Industry With Mickey Bakst
"All right everyone. Welcome to the addicted mind. Podcast my guest. Today is mickey faxed. And he's going to talk about a little bit about his own story. I think and a little bit about his community ben's friends and how that came to be and everything like that. So mickey please introduce yourself twain into pleasure to meet you and all audience and everybody out there. My name is making baxter's twain said. I am the co founder of an organization called ben's friends which was created to help struggling addicts in the food and beverage industry find sobriety. I am a forty seven year. Veteran of restaurants mostly high end fine dining. I am thirty eight years sober. And i'm going to take it back to ben's friends You know for me in terms of my history. I over thirty years old from sixteen to thirty. My life was nothing but a living hell. I'm not gonna go into details. Orient evolve the story did die from an alcohol and drug overdose on an emergency room table. They found me in a hotel room. After four days of non-stop round the clock drugging and drinking. They opened up the door. Thank god 'cause they didn't know what was going on and they died at an emergency room table as a result of that they found me just in time.
Exploring Sobriety Rooms in Clubhouse - With Justin Lamb
"I'm just lamb. I live in michigan in the united states. I am a podcast. Host of the podcast called friend request. And i also play guitar and saying pursued that for a number of years and my day job that i don't really talk about often as Is an asset accounting super boring. I actually don't like talking about it at all. But it pays the bills while i can do all my other hobbies like the podcast and interviews like this and things like that. Oh that's really interesting. So you wanted these creative people that is actually good with numbers as well because normally thought the one on the other you know. I have a weird theory on that. Because i had to take. I'm going to school to become a therapist right now to waited forever. I got three associate's degrees. Well piney way way through community college. Now i'm going to go to an actual university and get a masters in counseling. Because of that. I had to take a math class recently. And i'm thirty eight years old so i was sitting there with a bunch of you know. Eighteen nineteen year olds taking this math class. And during that time i never touched my guitar. my theory is that it was exercising. The one side of my brain so the other side just wasn't really fascinating. Nineteen who was a leonardo davinci was famous for having for doing both of those things. I'll be next. Don't worry about it right there next to just stay. We've stumbled across each other in the recovery space. haven't we so Tokens is trivial. Y'all substance abuse issues and how that happened and how you started using and and when you stopped you know. I didn't touch anything until the end of high school. I wasn't one of those people that started drinking. You know twelve thirteen. Fourteen years old
Gaetz Says He Won't Resign Over 'False' Sex Allegations
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting representative Matt Gaetz says he will not resign from Congress in a column in the conservative Washington examiner Monday Republican U. S. representative Matt Gaetz of Florida wrote no I am absolutely not resigning the thirty eight year old gates is being investigated for possibly violating federal sex trafficking laws including having sex with a seventeen year old girl and other underage girls according to people familiar with the investigation who spoke on condition of anonymity Nathan Nelson a military adviser who left gates is office in October told reporters Monday he was interviewed last week by the FBI Nelson said neither he nor any other member of the staff had any knowledge of illegal activities he added that he believes the charges against gates are falls Mike Rossio Washington
Brandon Elliot Charged for New York City Anti-Asian Attack
"Also in some justice news today local authorities said wednesday. They filed three felony hate crime charges against thirty eight year. Old brandon elliott in the brutal stopping of an elderly asian american woman. A case that could test the f- the efficacy of such statutes amid a national groundswell of concern over rising anti-asian attacks manhattan district attorney. Cy vance said elliott. A homeless black man on parole after serving seventeen years in prison for killing. His mother told sixty five year. Old ville macari. You don't belong here before. He launched the unprovoked attack in midtown on monday. Elliott faces two counts of second degree assault and one count of attempted. First degree assault the carry a maximum sentence of twenty five years as well as other punishments for violating his parole. The beating was captured on a lobby surveillance. Video from condominium showed several on lookers failing to respond one closed the lobby door as she lay just outside on the pavement the assault caused widespread outrage another in a rash of high profile attacks on people of asian descent including the mass shooting in atlanta. That left six female. Asian workers and two others dead in march and the fatal assault also captured on video of an elderly tie immigrants francisco in february. The alleged assailant's in those cases have not been charged with hate crimes illustrating the complexities surrounding how such cases are handled. The charges against elliott came a day after the biden administration announced steps to respond to mounting pressure from leaders including expedited thirty day internal review. The justice department aimed at bolstering the federal agencies tracking and prosecution of hate crimes and bias incidents other measures included reinstating white house initiative on asian americans and pacific islanders and allocating nearly fifty million dollars in new grants at the department of health and human services to assist survivors of domestic violence. And sexual assault with new api outreach
Maia Chaka becomes first Black woman official in NFL history
"What she thought when she got the call she said yes and she's our person of the week tonight. The history made the nfl announcing maya shock. Thirty eight years old from virginia beach has become the first black female official in the league's history. Maya has been a college football official for years and for the xfl and when not on the field. She's teaching at risk at home. In virginia beach. It gives those girls opportunity to see okay. I see my teacher work with some people that don't look like her. And maybe that gives me opportunity look work with some people that don't look like the also today. Maya joins sarah thomas who broke the nfl gender barrier as the first female official in two thousand fifteen the first woman to officiate the super bowl. And right here maya. Hi david telling us about the moment. She got that call and so excited to be a member of the national. Football league officiating. Staff i'll always remember that day. My response was. I think i'm getting punked. She wasn't tonight. Maya and her message as long as you put it into work and you have a strong work ethic and you strive for greatness and you strive to get better than all your dreams and goals and aspirations will always come true. We love it. We choose maya shock. We'll be looking for her on the
Vincent Jackson, Former NFL Wide Receiver, Found Dead in Hotel Room
"All know Vincent Jackson former Tampa Bay Buccaneer was found dead in his apartment earlier was it it was last week. I was it last week. Yeah. Yes, it was last week and you know his family members want answers and they've actually donated his brain for a CT now they are doing this because there were things off. His I don't know mannerisms his behavior that kind of led up to this very very tragic ending for him that have people kind of scratching their heads going. This isn't normal. This isn't right. So there's got to be something here. When it comes to CTE. Yeah. So if you don't know who it's in Jackson is he was a wide receiver for the Chargers and the Buccaneers and he was thirty-eight years old took out in his way too young what really sucks about like there were just starting to get details about how he was found and everything. So apparently housekeeping came into the room. He was in a hotel in Florida and they he was slouched over on the couch. So they thought he was sleeping so they left the room and then they you know, they called in a welfare to his family called off their check cuz they hadn't heard from him for like a month. Well, I thought it was only two or three days ago. There was like a stretch where they had he was just kind of doing his own thing and they were concerned because so initially the story was at home. It was a an extended period of time and then the two were two to three days thing that you're talking about is they had talked to him and they hadn't heard from him and they were like, yeah everything seems okay clearly. It wasn't so this ESPN app states that at first they entered the room they assumed he was sleeping so they left the room and then they entered the room again later on and he hadn't moved from his spot. And so that's when they called 911 right? There are no signs of trauma injury. I mean this guy had family and kids. Oh, yeah, and that's why people know why is he staying in an extended States? Very bizarre and that's just kind of the things with CTE is that it just completely disrupts your brain patterns and just any sort of your brains deformed at that point, you know, you're you're doing things you're maybe saying things you're acting certain ways where people are like, whoa, what is going on with you, you know, and it's tremendously sad and at what point what's the solution? I mean, you know the NFL Constantly working on ways to make the game safer and taking care of their players, whether it's you know through the helmets or even like the pads or whatever go down the list of things of the technology of what their actual shooting up in to help combat that but clearly it's not working.
Return to Dyatlov Pass
"Nineteen fifty nine. The bodies of ten young students experienced hikers and skiers were found in bizarre and puzzling ways strewn over a forested mountain tap. Their deaths would remain a mystery until a week ago. I kid you not. This is the story of the die off pass so again starts in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine. There's a group of early twenty somethings. They're all in their early twenties from like twenty two twenty three to one thirty eight year old outlier to kind of lead them has a little bit more experience under his belt. And they all study at the euro polytechnical institute and it was an organized skiing expedition across the euro mountains in the soviet union. Eager deitz lov. Three year old radio engineer was kind of the leader who assembled everybody asking nine of his college friends. Eight men and two women to join up again. I'm sorry if i mispronounced names. I'm bound to do that. Even deitz love pass. Was his stretch for me so again. Apologies in any case. All of them were experienced great to hikers with lots of skiing experience. Also it was kind of going to be a high scoring hybrid trip. And when they returned all of them would be receiving their grade three hiking certification which is really impressive. It was the highest certification available in the soviet union and required candidates to climb over a hundred ninety miles. The route was designed by dight loves group to reach the far northern regions of spurred lofts oblast and approved by the sverdlovsk city. Route commission even though it was supposed to be the most difficult time to take that route. The goal of the expedition was to reach a tort in our which is a six point. Two mile high mountain semi-in terry of who is previously certified to go with another expedition of similar difficulty. Decided to go with the dice. Love group on twenty third of january nineteen fifty-nine semyon Law of yuri. D'oro anco ludmila duhniah yuri christmas chanko alexandra Love tov is a nedia. Colomer dorota rustam slobodan nikolai thebault bre goals alexander and your yudin all left on their expedition. The group arrive by train at dell small town in the middle of spare lofts ups done two days later then. They all took a truck to his high where they bought a bunch of bread and carb loaded for the next day's start when the actual hike would begin as they hiked one. Member your yudin. Who suffered from several health ailments. He had rheumatism. And a congenial heart defect decided to turn back his knees and joints for giving him a pretty hard time. It would be a decision that saved his life on january thirty first. The group arrive at the edge of a highland area and began to prepare for climbing. They secured food and equipment. There that would be used for when they would come back through the next day. The ten plan to get over the pass and make camp for the next night on the opposite side but bad conditions snowstorms and decreasing visibility. Made them lose their direction and push the group more west than they had planned when they realized that they were more west than they should be. Group decided to just set up camp right on the slope of the mountain rather than move a couple of miles downhill to a forested area. Which would have offered a little bit of shelter from the weather. Diaries and cameras founder on their last campsite possible to track the group's route up until this point which is really a really profound part of the story to see their writing and to see the pictures they had a camera. The film was developed after the fact so it feels very very spooky in that way and they're all so young and very positive and optimistic and really excited about each other. And the you know exploring the mountaintop the group had so much ahead of them and they talk about what they were studying and how that was significant to this expedition but unfortunately that night would be the last day that they would all be alive before leaving on the expedition. Dight love told the university sports club he would send telegram no later than february twelfth on the twelfth passed and no messages have been received there was no immediate reaction because it was pretty normal to encounter delays etc but on february twentieth. Travelers relatives demanded a rescue operation. And the head of the institute sent the first rescue groups consisting of volunteer students and teachers
The Cindy James Case
"Thirty eight year old. Cindy make pace was chain. Smoking cameo cigarettes at her dining room table was uptight at twelve nineteen two and she had just received her right threatening phone call in five days. During most kohl's nothing could be heard on the other lawn reading other times. A man spoke to renew menacing whisper. Hey had made crude sexual suggestions to cindy a few days prior but she hung up in disgust before hearing him out. The most recent cole had really unnerved her. The men warned. You're dead cd. As not fell. Cindy went around. Her multilevel stuccoed home in vancouver canada. Closing the window drags ten minutes later. The phone rang. The familia low growling voice said. Don't think pulling the drapes means. Don't know you're in there. Cindy called the police and officer arrived and found. No sign of the coal looking out saw the house. Hey couldn't do anything. Except suggest cindy make a list. Of all the coles she received and to get an unlisted phone number with no known enemies the highly respected pediatric mental health nurse was at a loss as to who could be harassing her. One week lighter cindy returned. Home with friend agnes woodcock after annoyed out to find that someone had gained entry into her house. She writes next door and asked her neighbor. Who was aware of the coal. Cindy had been getting to investigate. He entered the house. Ahead of cindy and agnes to make sure that the intruder was no longer inside after a thorough search of all the rooms. The neighbor told the women that it was safe to go in. Cindy began to get ready for bed a few minutes later. Agnes hood cindy screaming. She found cindy in her bedroom solving and clutching a pillow. The pillow concealed under the covers of the bed had been slashed two paces. The cuts were sauce. And what carried out with a sharp object locker. Risa constable pat mcbride of the vancouver. Police responded to cindy's coal as nothing had been stolen from the house. Mcbride thought that someone was trying to send a cindy message. Even though cindy had changed her number the threatening kohl's continued they were mainly no talk calls seeking comfort. Cindy contacted her husband. Cindy hack head to mit psychiatrist to dr roy. Pay said vancouver general hospital in the fall of nineteen sixty five a natural beauty with long blond hair blue eyes and wide smile. Cindy would turn heads wherever she went. She quickly caught the attention of roy. Who was assisting cindy with a group project for her nursing studies. The two became inseparable in december nineteen sixty six roy who was eighteen years old lefties wife and two children and married twenty two year old cindy. The union was eventually accepted bus. Cindy's parents on a tilly hack. Roy soon became welcomed into the heck family. Life often playing cards and sharing a drink with cindy's father who was only six years. He's sania the first. Few years of marriage were an extremely happy time for the newlyweds. Cindy who will always drain of working with children was employed at the children's foundation. A job where she cared for children suffering from trauma and mental health conditions in nineteen seventy. Four cindy landed her dream job as defending directa glenham house. And you send tough. Preschool children requiring mental health support
Expats in Italy
"Let's start the hour with a look at the other side of the coin has a couple of americans explain how they reinvented themselves when they moved to italy. Have you ever liked what you saw in italy so much that you dreamed of actually moving there. I have to admit i've been tempted myself. We're joined now on travel. With rick steves by two people who gave into that temptation and now they're living their dreams and rod left her job and twenty fourteen and moved to cnn and long so for him. To medallion settled down within near sorrento above the coffee. Coast anna an and join us now to tell us their story. Thanks for joining us. Thanks so anna. How did you end up in sienna. I studied italian in college. Fell love with it. Decided to move to italy after college. Move to to rin then ended up doing graduate work in manchester became professor and then realized that i needed to get to sienna because i did my thesis on saint catherine of sienna and every summer i went every summer. Got harder to come back to the states. So i eventually just decided to move there. And that was a few years ago and You must like it. Because you're still there i do. I love it by the way big industrial city in the north. No nonsense fantastic city. Though the best food real interim people think about that but you ended up in sort of the fairytale medieval tower not an end lung. What's your story. I changed my major twice in university and so decided to take months break to go to italy to try to learn the language. Because i'd been there on vacation before and then after six months decided to stay in ended up marrying an italian and been thirty eight years living in sorrento thirty eight years in beautiful lemon cellos cream. Lemon cellos with those nothing. Better i can't think of a more dolce rental so now you've been there thirty eight years in a small town a small community in community above surrender. You always the foreigner You don't look italian. I'm a foreigner. I definitely have strange ways the way i do things It's foreign but i've been absorbed into the community. They think of me as a local. Because i've withstood thirty eight and you respect the do respect them and there's a lot of my friends that were foreigners that have left sense and they get no respect. I can respect accepted in the community. Are you taken seriously at community meetings or parent teacher meetings. Whatever you might be into you sit there at the table and and you're part of the community and they'll ask me about my opinion about local ideas and things and i'm raising family in the community as well so it touches my life. Now anna i always think of who settled in. Europe is experts. Yes but you're also just flat out. Immigrants immigrants exactly it which my friends in santa always remind me of ohio the immigrants. What's the difference between an ex pattern and immigrant. Well if we're going to be blunt the color of your skin. Isn't that something. I know in italy relationships seem to be really important to get things done personally and in your in your work life. Talk about the importance of relationships. In italy the hugely important and i think that had i not found myself in a contrada in sienna. I don't think i would have stayed because it's so important to be a part of a community. And i am the american in the she wolf so you really identify with the she wolf district. Yes loo- i know that because you guys won the palio two times in one year. Yes we did. And cnn has this passion for the neighborhood. yes. I mean famously. With these contrada. Yes and think that. Cnn is very much a walled city in in both senses of the word because it has the walls that are still there from medieval times. But there's this wall mentality as well where it's hard to enter and to become a part of the community. So i feel very lucky that i found myself in the contrada and they accepted me eventually but like and said it took awhile. Oh she's still coming back so she is she
Young Republicans Have Something to Say
"As a seventh generation georgian. I feel strongly about local politics. But i also feel strongly about having candid conversations across the aisle so john. I started this conversation agreeing that we can disagree and i think gino was okay with that i enjoy having conversations with people who i don't always see eye to eye like we have disagreements. I prefer those conversations so much more than i do. The ones where we're all saying the same thing. In addition to being a policy consultant. For senator kelly. Leffler janelle appears regularly on tv to discuss politics and runs a construction business with her husband. You're an entrepreneur. You're the former deputy state director of the georgia republican party. Your co founder of speak georgia and i know you from your bipartisan weekly. Tv show. you're a panelist on atlanta fox. Five the georgia gang and i am from atlanta georgia. Mostly sandy springs georgia. That's the suburbs And i was born in new haven connecticut and we moved to north carolina when i was younger and then from north carolina. I moved to georgia. So i claim georgia. I've been here now for over ten years so in this georgia has definitely raised me so I definitely claimed georgia. And what i do right now. I am a media personality. And i do political commentating. A large part of who. I am is built in all of the mistakes that i made. You know you had said something to the effect of you know you feel like you are a combination of your mistakes and near learnings can you. Can you walk me through a formative experience you had when you were young. That you feel was like an aha moment for you. Yes oh what. A lot of people don't know is that i was raised in a hebrew household as hebrew. Israelites you know. We were taught that we are direct descendants from of the people israelites. in the bible So you know you have the jewish community and then you have the hebrew community. So i i like to say hebrews or simply black jews It's much deeper for us but for the sake of explaining it So we kept the holy days we didn't i didn't we didn't have like christmas or easter that stuff only the holy days we didn't even have hanukkah so because it wasn't tally a holy day. Right so i i like to say. I'm half jewish so you get it you get it Yeah def and our family was like you get one night of hannukah like yourself right so i think you know this is something is really small but i hated it when i was a child but now i understand the beauty of it where we didn't celebrate christmas and as a child that felt really lonely but as i got older it kind of prepared me to be the oddball out and it made me comfortable like so i was in malcolm. Glad while training hours ten thousand hours by the time you graduate high school exactly exactly and we didn't wear pants so i was like the girl in the skirt who never wore pants who debt. And you know. Celebrate any other holidays and It was just like training and being your own person and values based. I exactly exactly you know. We were taught that our hope is in. God are there's something greater apart in this world that has nothing to do with politics or what we see in the natural it kind of puts you in a position where you feel a boat to Be who you are. And and not me the acceptance of a lot of people in order to do it so that was a really formative time for me in my childhood and i think as am i became an adult. Something that was really really form to me is that i got married twice before having parents who were marry for now thirty eight years and they were the first each other's first boyfriend girlfriend they never dated anyone else and their parents are right so you had that ends example of a lot of laughter. Exactly that
Jose Antonio Vargas: Coming Out As Undocumented
"So you grew up in america and didn't know you're undocumented until you went to get your license sixteen yes so four years. After arriving here i went to the mvp. Because i think my friends for an arvin was getting tired of dragging me around driving miss daisy. And so he was. Lake may be time to go to the and i lived at the library. I mean that's where. I spent a lot of my the amount of the public library and i saw the library to get a driver's license. You need to do these things like bring a student. Id evan bring proof of identification. Which was the green card or a passport so yeah. I biked from my house to the dmv. I get called to the booth after waiting in line. And then that's when the woman said to me that the green card that i brought was fake and my first instinct. When she told me that was to think. I am not mexican because even back then. This was ninety seven whenever anybody said anything about fake papers anything about documentation. The radio the television shows the newspaper said he was all about mexican people. So that was my first instinct was to think i'm not mexican. Which is a horrible thing but again. That's where the power of media is so is so important right back then again. This is ninety seven back then. That was already part of the psyche. That whenever you thought about fake papers or quote unquote legal people lose by mexican people and also. You're a sixteen. I was sixteen. That's kind of started this whole thing and for my grandfather. I confronted him afterwards. Of course and my grandfather said yeah. It's fake you're not supposed to show that to people. And that's when basically the plan that he and my mother and my grandmother had concocted kind of expose itself to me. That's when i found out what their plan was. And so that was over twenty years ago long time ago and i bring that up because yes then there's been no change or resolution in your immigration status. That is such a long period of time to live with that stress and ambiguity. And that's what. I was getting out into the book when i was really interested in the main question i had was. Why might this messed up. Why do i have a hard time having relationships with people why why is it that it seems as if i have created borders walls lake with the way i treat my own friends like i've on thirty eight years old and never had a boyfriend like what is that about. I've never been in a committed relationship with anybody because what was the point. I was going to get deported. I was gonna leave i. I always had this feeling that everything was temporary. Nothing was permanent and so even that that was the way even had sex with people. you know. it's like okay we're done. I'll see you later. What are you still doing here. What am i still doing like get out. It's so interesting hearing you say all this because you also say that coming out as undocumented with such a bigger deal than coming out as gay. Because i think i had the privilege of living where i live you know like i was in mountain view which is what an hour south of san francisco in incredibly accepting family that but then i had a very accepting school. They kind of balance each other out so my catholic filipino families. Like what is this gay thing you're supposed to get married to a woman in. Bu citizen out to the argue that now that have come out the documented thing. I'm trying to understand the gay thing. Because i never really. I'm the hundred percent. I think i went to a gay pride parade. Maybe once in my life not twice. I went to the one in new york too. But i didn't wanna be there like i don't know what gay practice like. I'm still kind of confused by gay pride. Because maybe because i haven't dealt with my in many ways i came out but i came out in two thousand nine hundred ninety nine. It was a few months after the matthew. Shepard killing tragedy. I came out of necessity because if i had not come out as gay then. My grandfather's plan was for me to marry a woman who's a us citizen and try to get my papers that way so coming out that first time was like a way of saying. No one lie was enough. I'm not gonna lie about this. But because i've been in the closet about the undocumented thing i would argue that i'm probably still in the closet about the gaping because i'm still dealing with that like i don't know what that really is for me. There's nothing sense it does.
Biden calls transportation nominee Buttigieg 'a new voice'
"President elect Biden is adding a former democratic nomination rival to what he says will be the most diverse cabinet in American history by then had already tapped the first black defense secretary and the first Latina health and Human Services chief now the first ever openly gay nominee to lead the cat a cabinet department choosing thirty eight year old Pete Bridget jazz transportation secretary adding youth to an incoming administration dominated by veteran Washington hands a new voice the new ID is determined to move past politics if confirmed Blue Ridge would be tasked with carrying out Biden's proposals to spend billions on major infrastructure improvements solder mag ani Washington
Biden picks Buttigieg as transportation chief
"President elect Joe Biden is expected to pick a former democratic nomination rival for a cabinet post from may repeats to possibly secretary Pete three people familiar with Biden's plan say heel tab Pete booted jazz transportation secretary the thirty eight year old former south bend Indiana mayor was the democratic primaries breakout star before backing Biden who compares to the judge to his late son beau saying there's no higher compliment he can give the transportation department's poised to play a key role really invited said ministration he's pledged major infrastructure books which can be a bipartisan issue though president trump's promises to get a major bill passed never materialized Sager mag ani Washington
The Jean Claude Romand Case
"The winter of nineteen ninety-two thirty eight year old. Jean claude remind hardly got out of bed while his wife was out and his children were at school. He was languishing heartsick. The end of his affair with his lover karen but his relationship problems were the least of his worries. He had spent the previous two decades lying to his friends and family about being the doctor. For years he'd lived in fear that he might one day be exposed as a fraud. He had discouraged people from asking questions about his career claiming that he preferred to keep his personal and professional lives separate but the deception was getting more and more difficult to maintain sometime that december. Jean claude's wife laurent's ran into a woman whose husband actually worked at the world health organization. She mentioned a christmas party for employees and their families to laurent's asking if she planned to attend with sean claude. According to this woman florence look disturbed by the question. She murmured this time. I really should get annoyed with my husband. It's not clear whether florins confronted jong claude. About the party but either way. She was likely having doubts about his reasons for keeping her and the children away from his workplace. This wasn't her only cause for suspicion around that time jean. Claude served as a member of his children's school board shortly before christmas vacation. The board precedent. Trying to contact. Sean claude at work to discuss an issue with one of the teachers. He tried to look up. Sean claude's name in the world health organization directory but couldn't find it a few days later. He ran into florence on the street and mentioned it to her. She said she talked to jean-claude about it though it's clear if she actually confronted him even if laurent's wasn't starting to ask questions john claude knew he would soon be discovered if these close calls didn't expose him is dwindling. Bank accounts would a few days before christmas of nineteen ninety two. He faced even more questions. His former mistress quran invited him to come visit her and paris although he was probably no longer sleeping with her they had tried to maintain a friendship not long after they broke up she'd even given him nine hundred thousand francs to invest on her behalf. Secretly jean claude had simply taken her money and spend it instead. The two had a pleasant dinner together at first but at the end of the night. Karen dropped a bombshell. She wanted her money back as always john. Claude stayed calm in the moment. He promised that he'd get her money and give it to her. Shortly after the new year he told her he was attending a dinner party around that time and invited her to come along and pick up her check. Then karan agreed. She had no idea that behind his cool facade. Sean clod was panicking. Before i continue with jean claude psychology. Please note that. I am not a licensed psychiatrist or but i have done a lot of research for the show. The threat of financial ruin may be a precursor to violence particularly within families psychologists. Joseph salute has said that money and financial success and security are very closely tied to physical and psychological wellbeing and self esteem sociologist. Catherine van warmer examined a cluster of murder suicide shortly after the financial crisis of two thousand eight she wrote. Employment difficulties are pronounced in the backgrounds of the perpetrators in those cases. Interestingly around half of the family murder suicides were carried out by men with no known history of domestic abuse
Wentz benched for Hurts; no verdict on starter
"Green bay now carson wentz was benched for jalen hurts midway through the third quarter. Yesterday hurts play. The eagles back into the game hurts so good with jalen in there. I've been waiting to say probably should have waited a little longer brandon. Getting benched for hurts blank you had to answer is much needed Put myself in his shoes. A lot of people don't understand how toxic of in oven environment it is when you're losing and you walk into. Nfl locker room organization. This is a billion dollar industry with multimillion dollar athletes. They accountability the type of pressure. That you face every single day to perform at a high level is out of this world so for carson wentz. This is the best thing that could potentially happen when you don't have to deal with that anymore walking into the organization and basing your teammates base in the media that's hard when you're playing this bet your teams playing this bed. There's nowhere to high so when you get bitch. Now it's time for him to take a deep breath and focus on the future now. I think i'm one that will stay on the table to think that you know just a little bit of time. Time could potentially fix these issues with the right type of pieces around him. I don't think it's time to move on. I just think they need to regroup. So i think it's intriguing for frank right frank reich. The head coach of indianapolis colts is the offensive coordinator in philadelphia. And twenty seventeen the only year carson wentz has looked like a franchise quarterback as soon as frank reich left seemingly soda carson winston ability to lead a team deep into the playoffs or einstein. He got hurt that year but the double digit wins. The colts got a thirty eight year. Old bolo tie wearing interception machine at quarterback who can't wait to get down to i think it's florida's offense coordinated bryce school next year. They know they're going to be in the markets on quarterback they also know their too good to draft one. And they don't trust your koby perset. Free agent marketplace isn't going to be right with starting quarterbacks and philly is going to have to trade carson if they want to move on from they can't cut it so i think frank reich is watching carson wentz struggles and saying to chris ballard and folks in indy guys. I think we can get him for a conditional seventh round pick. They just want to get off the contractor replays. Well so i think frank reich is watching this and saying you know what that could be starting quarterback next year.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"One a day a thirty eight year old hair stylist in Sacramento just go get your hair cut and second yeah we don't need to get a that's true of anywhere in America mmhm you want to data a hairstylist who's pushing forty go to the hair salon ask one out what is that all about that's pretty funny but not as funny as the Joe Biden clip he will resell other all but you know the you know the thing right in those words he used there and trying to the National Archives take your kids Hey we have semi breaking news due to the coronavirus the feds have just announced a rate cut about half a point great yeah what the what I know it was funny we urge positive Sean never just hanging out in the lunch room getting caffeine Jews in my case and dumb and CNN was making a big deal of some guy in Manhattan who has a corona virus and this man has not traveled to China as far as we can tell he is not associated closely with anyone who has trouble it would seem as if in the long and short of it is there all breathless reporting that yeah it's just it's around now there are people who are a symptomatic or they're they're just a little sniff we they feel like they have a mild cold and they have this thing and the vast majority of people will never even know they have it because you get something like this twice a year in and god bless the people get very sick in the end and die from it nobody's happy about that but the the breathlessness and the the it's it's open it is now a ratings promotion on cable news and a lot of radio and we just we won't be party to it you know take sensible precautions but everything's been cancelled ball games are getting canceled foreigner what do you call it did when you study abroad those programs I can tell you what I'm doing same thing as doing last week absolutely nothing travel advisories don't go to Italy United just are not altered one thing about my life for buying style because of the crown of ours either not touching your face and keep that segment on tape in case Jack dies of it because we'll run that'll lock you on sorry is that your plane to mock me if I die it's meant as well we gotta have a plan that's true I couldn't touch my face for three and a half months when I got my botulism something and I was on a face it she drugs it was torture that this is the idea experts say don't touch your face until you get the flu and colds and everything else so we suggest the cold like it would on your dog big cone yes every time you try to put your hand up paying right on the call right that's a really good idea once you start first Sir so this saw gallon nine Chris I'm sorry this fellow man you know what we don't have time for the whole story sports writer Krista Schwanden wrote a book called good to go it's about investigation of all the products in process season that she tried as an athlete to bounce back from workouts and to to improve her performance going forward she tried donuts recovering from workouts is a big thing athletes if you're not hip to it that's the thing about steroids they don't make your muscles huge on their own what they do is they make it easier to get right back to working out again Italy when I used to hang around the gym Jack you know more than I do when I used to run regularly and when I got on my run I'd lay down on my back on the floor and drink a beer is that on the list of things usually drive back yeah Jack stay tuned so the result is a classic according this journalist reviewing the book that illuminates how the mega industries aimed at selling pills product intact techniques to casual serious athletes are almost entirely fraudulent yeah the idea of a massive industry trying trying to that exists to ameliorate the pains of having worked out well all right so that's kind of an aside but so they tried everything from Tom Brady's infrared pajamas currently he wears I was not aware of until reading this while infrared pajamas afters workouts right to to to appear actually I'm ed Beyer didn't really really help help me sports drinks useless hydration in general just hydrate it doesn't improve your performance dehydration obviously is no good for you but over hydration marathons is killed people to just drink the right amount icing bull **** and probably bad for you son dredging so thoroughly debunked it doesn't even merit its own section just wow no kidding I mean just this is after working out how to recovery yeah exactly I mean you have to straddle Napoli swore by that sort of thing right Fitbit scoping wine baths infrared pajamas chocolate milk Camille timing foam rolling massage with Swati building supplements what's cupping cupping is using suction cups really if you if you remember during the Olympics you would see like Michael Phelps have these dark red circles on his Barrientos suction cupping is awaited Friday's so called what it's all bunker interesting cryotherapy compression taste basically anything you see a professional athlete talking on Instagram she tried them all herself dug deep into the scientific literature finds that none of the make approval difference to athletic performance now they might help your comfort though or physical problems long and short of it is the one thing that helps doing nothing resting just rest that's what I'm best at he said simple little water and rest there is nothing advanced or scientifically or out of a bottle or a jar or infrared pajamas that'll help just when you're tired rest no man no Bernie on a cable news channels you'll lose it hot what else worst he's ever ladies and gentleman vice president Biden with us that was just off a it's too because their sexual health expert and I want guys everywhere to know the inside scoop on the secret to men's maximum performance in the bedroom I hear from thousands that are disappointed and frustrated after trying different male performance pills that just don't work by now I'm sure you've probably heard knocks the trail on the radio and are.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Family of thirty eight year old Zong individual outside songs home for men murdered in the backyard during the football party song feel Vang Callie's and towel and up and coming monk singer see Lee everybody from young to old just loves his music detail went to pay his respects to the family we check our Facebook all day and squabble I think it's impacting more creators worldwide here's the Mitchell reporting there are a lot of studies about accidents involving passengers without seat belts but not those sitting in the back this report found that more than eight hundred rear seat passengers were not wearing seat belts were killed last year in traffic crashes according to the study commissioned by the governors highway safety association at least half of those killed would have survived had they been belted in there was a similar report issued back in twenty fifteen but since then just two more states have enacted rear seatbelt laws twenty states have no laws requiring seatbelt use and rear seats and of the thirty states to do it's not a primary offense in eleven states Jim Chamonix CBS news who says there's gridlock in Washington when it comes to cell phones both parties are on the same page Republicans and Democrats have found one thing to agree on they don't like robo calls bi partisan leaders in Congress reached an agreement on merging their anti robo call bills making it likely that a bill will be sent to president trump this year the final bill requires phone companies to verify that phone numbers are real and block calls for free it also gives government agencies of greater ability to go after scammers Pam Coulter CBS news jeopardy's top three champions will face off beginning on January seventh that includes James holds our who just one jeopardy's tournament of champions and.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on WTVN
"Slash home energy audit traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tense power by temp star Taylor heating and cooling it accepted at six thirty I'm John Hill news radio sixteen W. ABC six first warning weather meteorologist Andrew book Michael and it just looks like we keep getting better right into the weekend I actually really nice it's gonna be a little cold at times especially in the mornings but we will warm up some as we head through the next few days forty for the high today thirty nine tomorrow and then forty three Saturday forty seven on Sunday morning generally gonna be staying dry over the next four days there are a couple flurries to the north this morning but no new additional snow expected so melting some snow in the afternoons and the little re freeze at nights but nice thing is if you have any plans this weekend weather should cooperate beautiful forecast powered by the basement doctor New Albany this morning showing twenty eighth we've got twenty seven your severe weather station newsradio six ten W. T. V. N. what we're smack dab in the middle of November a snow on the ground still a few leaves in the trees which means you're probably still want to think about your gutters you know it's one of those things being a homeowner you gotta be responsible there's keep times during the year winter time coming so fall means falling leaves and that could mean called the gutters don't get caught don't be in the middle of December January go what is that noise and then realize your gutters over phone because you got that fall and then everything's let loose that I got to get on the latter it's more treacherous when it's cold in on an on call government they'll take care of it for you have been doing it for thirty eight years plus and they help millions of people around the country now the great thing is if you book this week you're gonna help other people.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Day thirty eight years ago for adults find for cruise off the coast of LA Catalina island on a yacht called this blender and three of those adults would come back and one of them wouldn't in the one who didn't come back was the most famous adult the bigger one of the biggest movie stars in the world Natalie wood was forty three at the time beloved child actress and ingenue a woman who'd been nominated for not one not two but three Academy Awards by the time she's twenty five and then she has this tragic and then all anybody thinks about is Natalie wood's death and if you go to Google no that's all you think about that thirty eight million Google searches for Natalie wood's death and one of the things that they had at the end of this age shell and dead wife's club Lorraine Bracco so you wireless within a new shell this week yeah but one of the things that was really playing in at the end of this ninety minute epic episode is that Natalie wood's talent and legacy is denied because of the circumstances under which she was murdered you don't people don't she never got her any kind of a her do I mean think about it well it's the first listen to Lorraine Bracco let's start with the rain Rocco because she is diving deep end to all kinds of tragic scandalous and complicated murders of different women as the host of HLN's the dad wives club which is handling headlines CNN headline news thank you to hard for anyone to imagine why exactly Natalie wood would have decided to take a rubber dinghy out for a ride at midnight without telling anyone or had she fallen overboard nothing made sense I think so many people are still intrigued.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on KTRH
"The Democrats. what causes these people. to get so twisted up. they can't figure out what the hill. did government he doesn't do what he's supposed to do. he's supposed to resist release of the transcript. and then they stayed home the table released a transcript the American people deserve to know. what's in Hillary's emails the paramount. no no well why didn't Eric holder release information of the investigation into fast and furious. I have to know transparency. so he's like here's here's a transcript. twelve hours after the requested here's a transcript. you got to release the truck. Sir he released the he what what what there's no. now what are we gonna do. on a weekend. what. he released a transcript. Chuck Schumer's been in office for thirty eight years. Nancy Pelosi for thirty two. Maxine waters for twenty eight. don't know what to do. ever seen anything like this. they've never battled anyone who fights on their terms. you want the transcript here's a transcript what transcript. the transcript doesn't say that what's up. the. by the way. now America's gonna know that your front runner Joe Biden. that his son and he got rich off Ukraine. this thing. this this is like the videos when you see the terrorist trying to blow some up. any blows himself up. ugly artless Scott Pelley very deep voice for Sears there is someone with a summer was. Mister what did the whistleblower who he's he's. he's been this bad are go ahead Scott Pelley sixty minutes tonight sixty minutes has obtained a letter that indicates the government whistle blower who set off the impeachment inquiry of president trump is under federal protection because he or she fears how their safety when Mr trump visited America's you in staff it appeared he threatened whoever we're all our first game. hello. Hey that was a little to the imagination. it is a this size entries we should have a little differently. the president's remarks prompted the whistle blowers lawyers.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Thirty eight years as the non Bering fifty nine in November. how many people's lives would you guess you have saved over that long career all my goodness I I think about. doesn't that feel great yeah yes it does yes it does my my life is a life of fairness and I wonder yeah yeah yeah well let's see if I can pay that back with some service do you how may I help you thank you well I climbed higher in the next five. it's according to my social security it said that I need to be sixty six years and eight months but I might work further on that I can work part. I I have a four oh one K. and I'm wondering if I need to take some of that money out for most of it out and put it into an annuity I don't know much about it. so I'm enquiring I don't know right so don I need to tell you that you did violate a rule of this family oriented show moderator you just cost because a new ID as a cuss word on our show okay because I knew it. new eighties generally are. absolute trash almost no examines okay okay did somebody give you a picture about why it would be great for you to take the money you've been saving and while it to an annuity well didn't actually straight my a friend of mine her husband he. he was a school teacher and he I think he put some of his money into an annuity so every month along with it. pension and if he gets money out of the new P. every month. okay so we are talking about actually something that you didn't call us when you said that saying what you said you're you're fine in a family friendly environment again because what your friend is done is what's known as a wife and new ID and that's all bash allies kind of annuity that can be a okay in the way that would work. is at the point that you hit retirement age. if you are nervous about being able to figure out how to invest the money moving forward you could take a portion of the money that you built up over the years in your four one K. in turn it into an immediate annuity or life annuity and what that is yes I can describe it's like an additional pension chat and so the insurance company takes the pile of money usually he won by those in an amount of a hundred thousand dollars okay and you want to make sure the insure you buy it from is financially strong and I want to call me back in six years and I'll tell you how you do that at the time you retire you would put that money with the insurance company and then just like you described every month for the rest of your life they send you something kind of like their version of a social security check I'll send you one every month yeah the problem with that is if you die the month after you put it in the money is gone but to call the insurance company knows a certain number of people going to live a really long time other people you know in a short time most people going to be in between they calculate all that in. is the whole purpose is to make sure you don't outlive your money out so that could be part of what you do. and so you get your social security and I forgot when I got so into the into anything did you tell me you'll also have a pension from having been a nurse yeah I at one hospital Hey you know every year I'd make give everybody optional but an option of taking my pension then I took it out and I will look back over into my for a laugh okay all right so what I did so you've got a really nice situation in front of you yeah to be in great shape and so won't let this time Ryan and then we'll talk again about what the best thing is you know when you look at retiring six years away that may still be the best chance of that may be something better by then then taking some of that money you've saved and that for one K. and putting it in a life annuity or a media the new ID but there's no move you to do right now other than keep stashing money in that four oh one K. then congratulations to you for your very long fruitful career and all the people who you their lives for saving up over the years. Larry is with us on the Clark Howard show hi Larry. Hey Clark. Larry you got a question for me there is absolutely a pain tell me about it. yes I am really concerned about the cost of hearing aids well I've got two elderly parents my mother has currently got hearing aids but they aren't working well and when she went in to see her provider they were saying that she would have to come up with about five thousand dollars to get to the next level my dad is also getting very very death and I am concerned about how much he's gonna have to pay to get his hearing aids set up so I'm just wondering part why is it so expensive to get hearing aids. so it's because the United States had different rules than any other developed country. and so are hearing aids are generally ten to fifteen times the cost of hearing aids elsewhere like is example in western Europe. and that's why with the advent of all the cheap flights to Europe it's not unusual for someone who needs hearing aids to fly to Europe and be fitted for them there and they get their whole trip in the hearing aids and still save thousands of dollars but the good news would you like some good news I really would the Congress passed a new law that is going to bring our cost hearing aids more in line with the rest of the world. and so there's some all ready even though the the regulatory agency. there is responsible for writing the regulations is doing what they call in Washington slow walking to protect a hearing aid industry eventually those rules will be written and Americans will be able to buy significantly cheaper hearing aids in the range of about two hundred fifty dollars the year versus the five thousand dollar quote you said your mom was getting is that right. yes all right now let me tell you enter on what's going on that would save money.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Thirty eight year old Mexican man fatally stabbed last night in dove valley shares have a person of interest in the death of Pedro Esteban police these Texas a teenager from San Antonio suspected of taking a tub of ice cream from a Walmart freeze removing the top to lick the ice cream and returning into the freezer blue bell creameries said in a statement it determined at a Walmart store in Lufkin was where the malicious active food tampering took place your Kaylee J. radar weather watch mostly cloudy humid overnight low seventy four get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale beaching dot com you'll do it right celebrate July fourth by throwing a backyard barbecue lows does it right July fourth savings to help get you started treat yourself to a new grill and save fifty dollars and a char broil performance five burner grill now just two hundred seventy nine dollars its first of your landscape before guests arrive and save in store only with five bags of premium mulch for just ten dollars whatever you need to get ready for the holiday do it right for less start with lows offers fell through seven ten with supplies last US only offer excludes Alaska Hawaii summer means picnics parties and getting together are you ready Walgreens is and we're just minutes away with great deals on all your summer essentials including twelve packs soft drinks like coke and Pepsi three four nine ninety nine limit three and twenty four pack the sunny water buy one get one free limit for with great prices and easy in easy out your summer starts here Walgreens trusted since nineteen oh one offers valid with card while supplies last restrictions and exclusions apply see store for details now the knoll right now a quart of Mobil one full synthetic motor oil is just four ninety nine that's an amazing price for an amazingly good oil but don't wait too long this deal only lasts until July seventh so do something amazing for your ride get mobile one full synthetic for four ninety nine quality parts helpful people that snap a Nobel general states present sales press is not applicable state local taxes a recycling please twelve bottles for customer offer and seven seven nineteen technology truth to Bonnie geico two teenagers can communicate entirely in in Jeez how one birthday party this life can soccer ball pineapple truth it's so easy to switch and save on car insurance at geico dot com what are you talking about paper clip shoulder shrug high five wizard hat fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more get told maybe for star spangled style right now everything's on sale up to sixty percent off that's right get everything from tees shorts dresses and swim all at sixty percent off now till July seventh at Old Navy in Old Navy dot com valid through seven seven select styles only this is the sound of the lizard from the amazing defuse separate wizard menu with seven flavors like new power package which sounds like the first home run of summer you can't your first road trip to the Grand Canyon with the DQ summer blizzard menu really sounds like with exciting flavors like new sour patch kids and favorites like brownie Dow thank you Happy Days good meeting locations with the Capital One saver card you earn four percent cash back on dining and entertainment that new French please yep four percent cash back there how about bowling with my friends yeah four percent cash back on that too nice and that'll be a rewarding weekend because with the Capital One safer card you earn four percent on dining and entertainment so when you go out you can what's in your wallet terms apply Capital One bank USA NA well given that a Republic factory with sixty percent off the entire plastic fifteen dollars find.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"My life thirty eight years, and I've never known a police officer to be killed in line of duty officer. Jordan Sheldon was killed Saturday night. The man police believe did it is also dead. He committed suicide in Indianapolis. The officer who was shot last night trying to catch a shoplifter near lows at twenty fifth and post is expected to be okay Bernie Sanders in Iowa we are at a unprecedented in momentous moment in American history. We have an incredibly dangerous president who must be defeated comma Harris in Detroit, let's speak truth here and today, this president isn't trying to make America great. He's trying to make America hates a plane slides off the runway and Florida into a river in Jacksonville Friday night. We fell water. We all got we all we were all it was chaos. It was it was it was it was water coming from from above from the Benz the bag the the overbid overhead headbands open. And two small plane crashes in Indiana in Anderson and Marian both yesterday. No one killed several people hurt though, I'm Chris Davis on the level on the go on Twitter at Ninety-three, WIBC and WIBC dot com. Seven thirty two sports are Ninety-three WIBC with Mark Dighton sports WIBC brought to you by Royal spa. Royal spa the colts. There are three day rookie minicamp over the weekend and cornerback rock your sin talked about what he brings to the defense. Every everyday.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Now you've got the number six overall pick. You've got an easing the defensive side of the ball, which Dave Gettleman has been unapologetic about in explaining but in the same breath. We've got a thirty eight year old quarterback ally manning, although he's two time SuperBowl champion these missed the playoffs. He has missed the play of six times in the last seven years. He's thirty eight years old clearly beyond his prime. What would depression be like for you, particularly in New York City? If to Wayne has is number six, you didn't allow somebody to trade up you hold onto that pick. What would depress be like for you to take alignment? I mean to take the Wayne Haskins with ally manning fading. I think you make a really good point. I think one of the hardest things about having these jobs. Stephen is you have to and this is hard 'cause you're fighting human nature you have to make decisions through the lens of what the players going to do not what he did do and ally aligning guy that's been a giant for whole career. He's a homegrown SuperBowl champion but moving forward, obviously, they gotta do something about you know, his succession plan. And if it's at six tonight, if it's at seventeen obviously that has to be addressed in, you know, in my mind, always better job of that's in the Kansas City Chiefs. If we go back two years ago, they trade for Alex Smith, very competent NFL starter. And then they draft Patrick Mahomes and Mahomes sad for year and didn't play and really the giants big could really be set up. Really? Well, if you think about going back a year ago, they take saquon Barkley that. We're at a year at dynamic playmaker. And now, you know, if they draft allies replacement they over two to three year period could really change the narrow..
"thirty eight years" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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"thirty eight years" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The thirty eight years I've been doing this. We've been able to help a lot of people in various workshops one on one meetings seminars. This live medium is is much more intimate. I hope for you, the listener most of Saint did you see that sunset today's or sunrise? It was gorgeous. I did Wayne. Boy, hey, let's get to money in the news this week. We saw of course, a Federal Reserve say they weren't going to raise rates, and generally that would have been met with accolades, and granite gratification. But guess what people said, well, they're not gonna raise rates could the economy be soft and and could europE soft and the market finished down. But you know, who cares? One week does not a lifetime. Make more importantly this week Nevada is imposing statuary or statutory fiduciary duty on broker dealers. Now what this means is it. Immediately J P, Morgan Wells Fargo TD Ameritrade came out and said if Nevada imposes these rules to protect the consumer we're going to leave the state of Nevada. I wonder why statute NRAS now read this six to eight eight zero two and poses to specific duties, I financial planners showed to close to a client at the time advice is given any gain. The financial planner may receive such as prophet or commission. If the advice is followed it further requires at financial planners make diligent enquiry of each client at the beginning of the relationship on an ongoing basis to ask thirteen the client's financial condition and present and future goals and obligations. So it's not like Calipari team with some of the years where you would be one and done. In addition. We see that Maryland has come out this week with a Bill that is introduced the financial consumer Protection Act of two thousand nineteen in Maryland. And you know, it's very fascinating. Because this includes broker dealers broker dealer agents insurance producers investment advisers, federally covered advisors and investment adviser representatives. Now, we see the SEC which is securities and Exchange Commission is taking public comments on their best interest rule. And of course, the industry, which includes many firms are lobbying against it. Why is it protects the public would would corporations that have a public interest lobby against it? Listen to two of these rules Zan regulation best interests in poses new and reasonable diligence care skill and prudence standards requiring advisers to understand the product they're recommending the clients. You mean, I gotta know what I'm recommending the people amazing, the another facet of this is regulation. Best interests requires advisors to provide a new short-form disclosure document called a customer relationship summary that reveals the scope in terms of the relationship, you mean, my adviser will tell me how we're going to work together, doesn't that seem sensible? Well, other things happening to be a good adviser. We have to be the best listener we have to be a good teacher. We have to be a good communicator. And this is what our conversations on money for when one help us do to become the best possible advisors. An advocate for our clients. Well, Wayne, it's very telling that there was so much pushback to this proposed rule, and that's why we emphasize this point last week on the importance of working with a fiduciary and having that full disclosure with everything your adviser is doing on your behalf and for our listeners out there. Don't you want an adviser who is required act in your best interests at all times? And of course, the answer's yes. And Wayne, you know, that brings us to we're getting closer April fifteenth tax day, and I hope most of you out there have already filed and did not have to think about taxes anymore this year. But there's always next year, and you could make some decisions now that would affect your taxes next year. That's the thing about taxes. They are inevitable even in retirement. Many people have the misconception that they won't pay taxes in retirement. And that's just not true the money of contribute to your 4._0._1._K or traditional IRA has not been taxed, but it will be upon distribution. And if you haven't earnings they will also be taxes. Well, in fact, depending on your income your social security payments may also be subject to taxation. That's right. San in fact, my my plan is Pearson's funeral home will have to take me out of my operation. And so, and so many people are extending their working career past sixty five to seventy I know advisors that were eighty three eighty five at the firm. I started with the nineteen Eighty-one, and they were exemplary often people don't take into consideration the effect taxes will have on their retirement income. For example, let's say you plan to take thirty thousand a year from your retirement account, and you also have other income sources. So these are just guesstimates our estimates rough. So let's say your income bracket is twenty percent. If you need thirty thousand live on you have to pull out thirty six from your tax Bill retirement accounts in order to pay the taxes on your distribution and overtime that adds up. I like to say emphatically, the three ways to deal with taxes that the law allows and by the way, saying, you know, the difference between tax evasion and tax avoidance fifteen years fifteen years to deal with taxes, you can defer them you can tax shelter them such as real estate. You can text free them which is a municipal bond now with municipal bonds. It's what they are issued by city states and local government. And as the name implies, the income is tax free. And if you buy let's say, you're Kentucky resident if you buy Kentucky, tax rebounds, your free from state, tax and local tax. Also, a great formula is take the interest rate of a municipal bond and currently you can get on a thirty year bond, free and a half percent. And if you take three and a half percent and divided by one minus your tax bracket, you will get the tax Bill equivalent. So for instance, if you get three and a half percent in you're in the fifty percent bracket, you get a seven percent textbook. Quivalent mansion that you'd have to get a seven.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!
"Okay. Do y'all know that Instagram what's up and Facebook are down which is basically Facebook together. Rumor has it that they're being hacked right down there under attack. But we're not a hundred percent. Sure. Yeah. I cannot blow to story. I can't send you a fucking picture on WhatsApp. Yup. And Instagram's just the disaster. What about you guys? How's it you guys? I feel bad for all these Instagram models the DMZ that they're not going to be able to receive. Man, all the Instagram model. Yeah. Yeah. Man. Not sending these beams. And yeah, it sucks for the giants. That are Dell back by the way, guys. What what is going on at the giants office right now. I'm sorry. We'll get to the car seen a second. I want to know what's going on in my teams office. They're like, hey, I know we created these one star that we got on the draft. We drafted him. We drafted him. I'm talking about defensive player here at Landon Collins. Yeah, we drafted him. We got all of the value. Now, we gotta pay the guy because he's legitimately that good. And we suck at defense. Let's get rid of him. And you know, what let's stop that with another do that we grabbed on the first round right that he's fucking monster. And thanks to him. We scored any points whatsoever. Let's get rid of Odell Beckham junior. But you know, what? Let's team best news franchise. We're starting over with this thirty eight year old quarterback that has the worst passer rating of anyone's lean Puckett. I cannot fucker we doing like, I'm. The oh hang on in the middle of this season. They gave away alike. Apple another quarterback. That was legitimately wo- worth the big liver when the Saint and Olivier Vernon yeah, we have fifty million dollars in debt cap space, and we're paying manning our quarterback twenty four million dollars. This can you answer? Oh, yeah. Oh my God. You guys helped me figure this out? Yeah. I want to know where sa- is being traded to. I I don't know you guys helped me figure that out line going. Well, so del he just signed a contract and get them and says we didn't sign him to an extension to trade him. And then he did. And then he did I liked that he traded him for seventeenth Brown like overall. No, no. He has to go outside. See, man. This is so fucking horrible horrible horrible, by the way. I just talked to my insurance guy. Oh, yeah. Guy. They're doing an investigation. Everything's going. Well, McLaren he's cooperating with the guys during besting what's going on. And the guy calling me. I don't want to say his name. Great, dude. He's an expert in in burning patterns sewer. You. Over you guys must have got a little. I love that. He he's career. He's a whole thing is he can tell how a fire started just by looking at it. Well, there's more than pretty odd. I mean, there is all kinds of different things. He can he can tell the way that something was charged. And where where it spread out like he did. And eat was awesome, dude. Awesome. Awesome. Awesome. Could you imagine? If one of these big cannabis companies like hires him to help improve the way that their joints, burn. Earning pattern either. What I got a call that guy back for some for a couple of things that I forgot, oh like are people doing that type of stuff like remark is out there doing emot-, emotional technology, and yet and remember posted that on Facebook where he wanted to hire site co what are they called psychology is like psychologist.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Christie might say with us for some more calls. Yeah. I would love to do you have any reaction which you've heard so far? Yeah. I think that people are justifiably frustrated and figuring out you know, what is going on. And I think that in in Los Angeles as well as any other cities on the west coast. It's just mystifying that we have tens of thousands of people on the street and seemingly no solution. And glad that you're discussing is one of the reasons people ask me, why is it getting so much so many chronically mentally ill. It's like look every day. A new person hits that window of eighteen to twenty two when major mental illness comes out the other thirty years of mental illness is going untreated and on housed and every day. It's getting war gets Trieste. It gets worse. If you don't treat it properly. So they get more chronic more intractable and every day. There's a new case coming on board that will head for the streets, and Kevin is somebody who's had to deal with this and his own family. Kevin go ahead. Dr Juliane, Chris thanks for taking my call. My daughter's thirty eight years old she's presently don't county jail where she was arrested about eleven days ago for breaking light bulbs in a motel room smoking. She's also been diagnosed with schizophrenia of the of the hospital we've been trying for years to get help for her. We don't know what to do. I have the money. I'll I'll put her in rehab. I'll do whatever you represent you represent thousands of families that are being unserved by our legal. Heartbreak. All the time ever. He can find a way. Here's what I'm advise you to find a way to get a conservative ship. Find a way to go to the courts. Well, the chords they're they're professional conservative ships out there. Look online for conservatives and see if they have ways or attorneys is that they work with where you can track down to get a conservative ship. That's the only possibility they're hard to get their expensive to get. But it may it can happen to Britney Spears Britney Spears Britney Spears is doing great today because your parents got a conservative ship over her. Yes. And she would have been another one of these people on the streets dead. Yes. Yes. And so Kevin please attempt to do that. Okay. Let us know how it goes. Please. All right. Thank you very much to the advice. Right. And Chris, you know, it's hard to get that though if we expanded that but guys like Kevin could help their family members. Yeah. It's extremely hard. And I think people are starting to finally take this seriously. And I I really hope that we get to the point where people are able to just put this into law that we have to give parents and loved ones and spouses, and siblings and option to get people who are, you know, Kevin's daughter suffering from schizophrenia and drug addiction to actually get them into help. And by the way, the us love somebody like that could be housed at her home. There's no cost to the to anybody other than the outpatient mental health services, which are nominal trust me if they're done properly. And so it's just a naphtha everybody. When are we going to rise up as a people go enough? We can't have people suffering on the streets. And I didn't want to live in a society that has a recrudescence of medieval illnesses, right? That should the basic needs of civilization where they have more. Rights over me that that's what driving people crazy or Chris. I'm gonna let you go. We're I'm too hot on this one. We got more calls. I'm going to get to take you the whole show three hours per day every day. Thank.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Thirty eight year old Victor Duarte brunet's was arrested in September twenty sixteen on suspicion of violently shaking his seven week old son. The infants had struck a piece of furniture in the process, which led to a fractured skull. According to did not initially cooperate with law enforcement, eventually pleaded no contest to felony child endangerment with an enhancement for inflicting. Great bodily injury on a child has received a suspect. Ended nine year prison sentence, which kicks into gear. If you violates probation. His son has since recovered and Jellicoe Obioha NewsRadio KFB stocks and police are looking for a teenage girl who ran away from her north Stockton home thirteen year old to raise the Thomas was last seen on February fourth and family say says they think she might be with friends in Sacramento or Modesto Thomas is described as black five four one hundred and twenty five pounds. She has black hair Brown eyes was last seen wearing a gray sweatshirt, grey pants and white shoes. Sacramento man will serve twelve years in prison for cocaine charges. Forty year old Benjamin messiahs was sentenced to twelve years in prison on Friday stemming from cocaine charges and being a felon in possession of a firearm in two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen messiahs worked with twenty nine year old Sergio Ambrose as a cocaine supplier and in four instances and Bruce sold cocaine to undercover agents on the fifth transaction agents plan to arrest. The two men and messiah sped off leading law enforcement on the high speed pursued a search of the car turned up a loaded. Pistol as well as cocaine a search of his home turned up much of the same Ambrose is already serving a four year prison sentence that was ruled in twenty sixteen Jordan Christmas, NewsRadio K if some of the nation's best canines on display today at the Westminster kennel dog club show or club dog show. I should say maybe you're thinking time data legged member to your family. Most pet owners will tell you. They're furry family. Members are worth every cent. They spend on them the keyword. Here is spent could easily spend ten fifteen twenty thousand dollars just on routine care food, grooming things of that nature nattering area. Andrew Flint on what usually surprises pet owner. I often hear clients singing how come food is so expensive even nonprescription food. So plan ahead consider pet insurance. And most importantly, Flint says remember this commitment is ranging anywhere from twelve to eighteen years. Daria Albinger, ABC news. After days without food, a twani county woman had her groceries paid for and brought to. Her by sheriff's deputy, Saturday night the woman called nine one one saying she hadn't eaten a days because she had broken her ankle. And she wasn't able to get to the store. Dispatchers tried to call her a taxi, but when services were busy deputy, Jeremy green decided to act he picked up her shopping that she needed plus dinner and brought her to her home himself..
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Now after thirty eight years with him and three kids am terrified to leave due to different issues financial and scared to be alone. I don't have a great outside support center. And I just can't face the ugliness. A divorce would bring he would fight tooth and nail. I'd never get a penny. I'd be ostracized. And he'd somehow take my kids love away. Could this really happen? Not sure. But he can absolutely make me feel like it would first of all I am sorry that you are struggling with this. I can't imagine how difficult although those things must be in the reason I wanted to read this is I just want to urge you to. Put the future tripping aside and take baby steps towards building a support network. You know, whether it's a domestic shelter, you know, finding what kind of resources there are because even though he's not hitting you. It's still abuse. And you deserve to feel peace and happiness and while the law is far from perfect. I think sometimes we forget that. We can have the law on our side. And we are not necessarily at the mercy of other people's meanness. So. I. I hope I'm not speaking out of turn because I've not experienced that. But. It's. Relationships are hard, man. They're fucking hard. This is a shame in secret survey filled out by a woman culture, self no name to be shared. She is straight at her twenties raised in a slightly dysfunctional environment ever been the victim of sexual abuse some stuff happened. But I don't know. If counts I would say that it definitely was that gonna read the details of it. But a cousin when she was between four and six cousin who is twice her age would sexually abuse her and. She writes where my therapist asked me if I was angry at my cousin. I said I'm not angry. Although now, I understand that what he did was wrong. Somehow I feel sorry for him rather than angry. I still tell myself it wasn't that bad. And that he didn't hurt me physically as far as I can remember, I should be more concerned about me. But I keep coming up with excuses. Why his behavior was not bad, and I should just pull myself together since it happened twenty years ago. And by the way, those are the greatest hits of the ways that we minimize trauma. He broke me. But it's difficult for me to be mad at people because I think they will leave me if I don't do what they asked me to do. And it, of course, this just fits in perfectly that sure if she's been emotionally abused. She writes, my mother always wanted to be very close to me when I needed more distance. She called me every day sometimes several times she wanted to be my sister, or my best friend rather than my mom. Not sure that counts. Yes. And is a form of abuse. Because it doesn't it doesn't matter. What the person's intent was as much as it matters the effect it had on us. So that we can process it and become the best version of ourselves in live. A life that feels good, you know, or at the very least that we have some resilience, and we can meet life half way and not wake up every morning with dread because I've done both a been that person that wakes up every morning in wishes they had died in their sleep. And then I get to experience now. Enjoying my life and feeling piece. In feeling. Purpose, and film it and joy. And yeah, I still sometimes hurt and backslide and make mistakes..
"thirty eight years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Plan. Tell me about your giving. We have always tried. We we do give above that occasionally. But that's our main focus, we're still working on saving up to buy a new car. So it's we don't do above and beyond a lot. But we do try to give constantly. So you're thirty eight year old millionaires yet hundred thousand dollar headstart talk to the twenty four year old recent college graduate version of you fourteen years ago has opportunity in America passed you by or can it still be done? Oh, definitely can still be done. I would say just invest early and pay attention to how you're doing your investments, I used to think long term investing that just put put it there and let it sit and I didn't pay a lot of attention. And then my husband taught me about paying attention. Getting it in good growth, stock mutual funds. Right. Exactly stuff that is performing. So are you guys readers are TV watchers how many hours a week to the to you watching television? I'd say we watch too much television. But that may be a phase of life having two little babies, but we do both read a lot as well. How many books are here? Would you say you read? For pleasure. Probably only two or three. In the rest of. For work. Okay. You've got you gotta keep up. What about him? I'm not sure if he reads a lot for work as well. So at home, probably not maybe maybe one or two bucks a year. Cool. Perfect. Perfect. All right. So you didn't steal any of this money. No inherit it. And none of you were four point -o graduates that people just threw money at because you were just geniuses. No, steady investing and get your house paid off. And you're thirty eight years old. Well. Very proud of you send you a copy of Chris book every day millionaires. And a copy of my book the legacy journey each of our.
"thirty eight years" Discussed on Z104
"She loves him. That's what I got out of that. I'll welcome to the last Thursday at Thursday, January thirty first partly sunny and thirty one today Thursday what you say. Thank you. I'm still waking up the last day of January last the last Thursday, everybody the last day of January. It's Thursday January thirty first so tomorrow, we'll be in February already. Wow. Yeah. That'll be nice. And we'll be back up in the temperatures today. Thirty one tomorrow forty nine so we'll be heading back and sixties next week. So that makes you feel we just gotta get through tape. Happy birthday to Justin Timberlake today. Thirty eight years old today, we have a lot to do a lot to give you this morning. So we should hit the high points here free money coming up at seven eight nine and ten AM with the keyword for that quarter million dollar handout country mega ticket. We got a keyword for that to give you the last one that you'll need to win them. Tomorrow. Morning dirty work was really good this week. And if you missed it will catch up and around seventy five we'll try to hook up two random news today at eight o'clock with hookup or hang up, and it's throwback Thursday. So there you go. Full-day good-bye everybody. We have a lot of others. Jordan. Brought this up to me yesterday. If you haven't heard the story behind Arianna grind knees latest tattoo. We'll tell you why you need to hear this story. Plus if you're ever going to McDonald's menu working and Drake walks in treat him good. Trust me, it'll pay off Kelly Ripa may have put the hottest thing on Instagram this week, and it wasn't a photo. Plus meet the lady who might have the most interesting money-making scam going on Twitter right now and Bank robbery must be making a comeback because I have three good Bank robbery story today. I don't know. Maybe it's a new thing. Yeah. It's a trend twenty nineteen. I'm finally gonna rob that Bank New Year's resolution. So all of that and more coming up on Thursday the last Thursday ever. That's right. This morning zoo. We'll do that next back..