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Fresh update on "thirty seven years" discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

00:39 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "thirty seven years" discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"Thirty seven years of pete's timeout. So y'all figure that out there might be some special. There's well we started in one thousand nine hundred eighty three from dad for seven years. So there's a seven years bought it in one thousand nine hundred ninety had grand opening party when we bought it. So that's the first party. So the first annual is set a second annual is the first anniversary party the other seven years. There you go. Thirty first annual thirtieth anniversary party celebrating thirty seven years of family owning this place. And you put that on your party and you have plenty of research. Give away about eight hundred dollars worth their shirts or given away. They're not for sale online or anything. I've had a lot of inquiries but we do not sell up. This is just for the people that come here and this is our customer appreciation. It's the celebrate just being able to be open and thank our our customers heard. We love to come down and help out with that so that that's going to be fun again. Next year we have a drawer full of the last few years of t shirts because they change every year. It's not like you gotta put them all at t shirts. I'm here big big big of budweiser always ponies. Up suncoast beverage onis up and gives us a lot of free giveaways and then we give away shirts. We might do some games this year again. We all got older and it was like we don't want to do games anymore. People are getting older but now we got a little more younger crowd coming back in the game. We might be doing some weird name so last last year. What was cool too. Is that Terry one of your employees had her bicycle stolen not a few days before the party and was a budweiser that usually gives away a bicycle. And you gave it to terry now. She says we were going to give it away to the customers. And we all walked around and said look and gave him the story and they said. Give it the terry. Give it the terry and she still has advisor bicycle. She is very appreciative. And it's always good to give back to the people that take care of you. Is there anything else you wanna talk about. No all right get outta here. Then they must alone. Let us talk about her. Let's talk real quick about By the way on tuesdays. We're gonna talk about it today but we do have some new lonnie kind news that i'm not going to get into because i want to. Just let that all go until the.

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Ken Jennings to be First Interim Host of "Jeopardy!"

Quick News Daily Podcast

01:27 min | 4 d ago

Ken Jennings to be First Interim Host of "Jeopardy!"

"Even more so since she's seventy four so she really had to rise to the top. During a time. When the finance field was so heavily dominated by the men finishing up with some relevant entertainment news. I think jeopardy producers announced that ken jennings will be the first interim host on jeopardy when they restart production on monday. Jennings is the guy who won seventy four games in a row and was also the winner of the greatest of all time competition that they had last year in executive producers said that quote by bringing in familiar guest hosts for the foreseeable future our goal is to create a sense of community and continuity for our viewers end quote. So it sounds like they're going to be doing these guest host for a little bit at least until the name a fulltime host which they say they will. But i really don't see why they don't just make ken jennings like the full time host. It would make sense. Maybe he doesn't want it. But i think it should be someone like that. Who's not necessarily well known. Like i don't want some celebrity comedian or something like that to to it like Steve harvey and michael stray hand who seemingly host everything. Not someone like that it. It has to be someone who fits but it's really hard to replace it when the show's had basically one host for thirty seven years. That's a bit much. At the tall task they do still have unaired episodes with alex trebek's that he filmed before he died. So they'll continue to air those. They have enough to get through the week of january fourth. So

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Think Twice Before You Eat That Halloween Candy

Nopeville

07:16 min | Last month

Think Twice Before You Eat That Halloween Candy

"The urban legend of Razor Blades in your Halloween candy or poison hidden behind the sweet taste of a snickers bar has been around for decades to this day. Parents are still worn to inspect all candy give into their children to make sure that it's safe for consumption quoted from a mental floss article written by Ethan treks quote it's easy to see how urban legends have taken hold because they're so terrifying after all parents Ben Three hundred, sixty, four days of every year telling their kids not to take candy from strangers precisely because of might be poisoned. Then, give the thumbs up to taking snacks from every house in the neighborhood on Halloween, and that's so true and it also calls to mind the whole idea of like when we re under it, we were told not to talk to strangers online and not to get in cars with strangers, and now we literally use the Internet to summon strangers to get in their cars yet. So. Weird. It's crazy. So in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five Joel Best, who's a professor of sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware publishing article that reviewed reports and press coverage of candy tampering in the United States between nineteen, Fifty, eight to nineteen eighty-four during the search he found a report as early as nineteen fifty nine where children were falling ill after a California dentist named. William. Shine had distributed four hundred fifty candies laced with laxatives. Two Children Jesus thirty of these children were actually affected by candy tampering and he was later charged with outrage of public decency and quote unlawful dispensing of drugs for a dentist. A dentist, a nine, hundred, sixty, four in New York a forty, seven year. Old Woman named. Helen feel was. Annoyed by the Halloween custom of handing out candy to children especially to children who she felt deserve to be given free candy for she handed out bags of treats including ant poison and dog biscuits while when she was confronted about her actions she said, she was doing it as a joke and only gave the items kid she felt were too old to be trick or treating. Is later reported that she was admitted to the State Hospital for mental observation. Good. God right. You don't know what their issues and why they're treating, and even if they don't have an issue like who fucking cares don't be so stingy. Yeah. Like would you want them taking part in egging in toilet paper toilet paper people's houses or would you like them going door to door and get some candy? Just let them go home with bags of candy and then do whatever they're going to do at the house. They're not gonNA come back at midnight to your house. They've if you give him dog biscuits. Yeah. It's like you just set yourself up for some mischief right in one thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, Toronto police had discovered razor blades and noodles and Halloween apples. The footage found in the CBC Archives Showed Police Displaying Candy that was supposedly poisoned in nineteen seventy, five year old boy named Kevin Dotson from Detroit died after supposedly eating heroin laced candy diseases. After news media outlets had a field day with telling all parents to dispose of their children's hard earned cash flowing treats. It was later discovered that the parents of the child were trying to hide the true events led to his death apparently the uncle of the boy. had a heroin stash in his home and the little boy had gotten into it and ingested a capsule filled with heroin. The parents sprinkled heroin on the boys Halloween candy after he had died as a cover up to protect the boy's uncle God. But that also kind of reminds me of the the thing that goes around of Lake don't watch out people are putting edibles in your candidate and like no nobody's giving you hundreds of dollars of drug senior kids. In two thousand and Minnesota a forty nine year old man named James Joseph Smith was charged with felony for tampering with candy after a fourteen year old boy was pricked with a needle after biting into a candy bar. Lou. He apparently had put needles into snickers bars and handed them out on Halloween. Night. He was charged with one count of adultery in substance with the intent to cause harm illness or death new four other boys were found to have the needle lace snicker Bar, but the only one boy was harmed. In Two thousand sixteen in Nova Scotia a twelve year old boy was injured when he reached into his candy bag and was cut by a razor blade poking out of a kick cap arc. In two thousand, seventeen multiple reports come out of Ontario Canada where eleven year old girl underwent surgery at U. ship it into recess peanut Butter Cup containing a metal object although it was unclear if this was a result of candy tampering or a manufacturing incident. And other eleven year old boy was also reported to have received a Tutsi roll containing melatonin pill before. Tone of all things so. Yes. So harmless but just go to sleep in two thousand, nineteen in Connecticut thirty seven year old Jason Racks was arrested and held on a two hundred fifty thousand dollar bond after the parents of at least two trick or treaters found razors in their children's candy bags. He was charged with risk of injury to a minor reckless endangerment and interfering with police officer apparently did not go quietly when arrested and he also stated that the razor blades were accidentally spilled into the Cannibal for boxer razors who just happened to have next to it. Yes. Yep Yeah I totally believer like you do a later unrelated incident involved someone handing out THC laced gummy candies in their Halloween trick or treaters. Each of the bags contained colorful gummy cubes each packed with ten milligrams of THC. It was stated that it was unknown if this was intentional or from might have been an unintentional oversight by the person handing out the treats but the packaging was obvious enough that it shouldn't be consumed by children Marcos is probably high end didn't notice it air probably high and just in the bag knows because there's pictures of it and that looks like little gummy little gummy bear bags. Yeah. So again, the joke comes up though that nobody's going to willingly hand over yet. They're edibles. Yeah. At the conclusion of Joel Best Research. So get it only went from nine, hundred, fifty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, and a lot of these cases. I, told you about were in the two thousands So, this was his conclusion with his research at the conclusion of Joel Best Research into candy tampering incidents. He concluded that the vast majority of reported about seventy five percent who were either hoaxes conducted by children or their parents or didn't result in serious injury interesting. He also stated that contemporary legends are ways that society expresses anxiety and urban legends like Halloween Sadism could've stemmed from societal grievances like nineteen, eighty, two with the cyanide laced tylenol incident in. CHICAGO? The September eleventh terrorist attacks and subsequent Anthrax scare and of course now with Yeah. which actually plays into what you were saying. Devil's night about the depression and the war and how people just kind of like did what they did on Devil's night as a reprieve or as Cathartic. Occurrence. Yeah. So yeah, and that a lot of these urban legends Kinda just stemmed from people just having so much anxiety about the world in the world's problems. Yeah. Yeah. He has stated quote is it possible that someone maliciously passes out treats with the intent of harming children at random of course but this raises the question why they're usually aren't multiple reports from the same area effectively saying that the urban legend is just that nothing more than a hoax or scary story to tell her on time we're anxieties already

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Republicans paint dark picture of future if Trump loses

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Republicans paint dark picture of future if Trump loses

"As the Republican convention kicked off president trump in the G. O. P. painted a dark picture up in America under a president Biden minutes after being formally nominated the president warned Democrats are trying to steal the election the only way they can take this election away from us is if this is a rigged election in the evening session GOP congressman Matt Gaetz said a biting wind would lead to a horror movie directed by other Democrats still disarm you empty the prisons lock you in your home and invite MS thirteen to live next door day one featured multiple appearances on tape from the president and those trying to humanize him like former football star Herschel Walker says it hurts his soul to hear people call the president a racist I take it as a person is so that people would think I've had a thirty seven year friendship with the races soccer make ani Washington

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Republicans paint dark picture of future if Trump loses

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Republicans paint dark picture of future if Trump loses

"As the Republican convention kicked off president trump in the G. O. P. painted a dark picture up in America under a president Biden minutes after being formally nominated the president warned Democrats are trying to steal the election the only way they can take this election away from us is if this is a rigged election in the evening session GOP congressman Matt Gaetz said a biting wind would lead to a horror movie directed by other Democrats still disarm you empty the prisons lock you in your home and invite MS thirteen to live next door day one featured multiple appearances on tape from the president and those trying to humanize him like former football star Herschel Walker says it hurts his soul to hear people call the president a racist I take it as a person is so that people would think I've had a thirty seven year friendship with the races soccer make ani Washington

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Florida leads nation in average number of daily new coronavirus cases

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:34 min | 5 months ago

Florida leads nation in average number of daily new coronavirus cases

"Is holding onto an unfortunate ranking with nine thousand, four, hundred eighty eight new corona virus cases reported just today. Florida leads the nation outpacing California and Texas and having the most cases reported in a single day CNN's Randi Randy in Palm Beach. County Florida for us. Randi health officials are really putting the pressure on younger people to help slow the spread. Absolutely Jake. We're seeing now about one hundred sixty nine thousand cases statewide more than thirty six hundred deaths, and it's younger people who seem to be getting the most sick right now. The Median Age, the state of Florida for those testing positive is thirty seven years old. It used to be over sixty five and twenty five to thirty four year olds jake makeup, twenty percent of the state's entire number of cases, so it's definitely hitting the younger people. The latest numbers show that seven thousand miners in the state of Florida have been infected with Covid, and also the governor of course is not now closing the stay. There's no statewide. Statewide mandate to close it or to roll back any of the openings. He certainly leaving the beaches opens leading up to the counties. If you look over my shoulder this beach here in Palm Beach, county would normally on the holiday weekend be jam packed. certainly not going to be because it's closed as well as the beaches in Miami Dade, and also in broward, but some beaches. Jake are going to be left open Volusia County. They're gonNA monitor crowds with drones and Jacksonville beach is going to be left open because the mayor there says that it was the bars, not the beaches that caused the spike in

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Inmate At Rikers Island, New York, Back In Custody After Another Alleged Jailbreak Attempt

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Inmate At Rikers Island, New York, Back In Custody After Another Alleged Jailbreak Attempt

"An inmate at Rikers island has been caught trying to break out of the jail officials say just days after he made another failed escape attempt the thirty seven year old man reportedly scaled a wall and got on top of a roof this morning but the statement from deputy commissioner of public information Peter Thorne says he was quickly apprehended and returned to custody and that there will be immediate staff suspensions if warranted this is the same guy you try to break out of records I island on Thursday at the already say and even made it into the water before being nabbed by correction

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One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

War Room

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

One of four Minneapolis police charged over Floyd's death posts bail

"What a police officer charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

The Latest: Police officer in George Floyd case out on bail

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting one of the police officers charged in the George Floyd case is out on bail Thomas lane one of four police officers charged in George Floyd's death in Minneapolis has posted bail and is out of jail according to online records the thirty seven year old lane posted bail of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars and was released from the Hennepin county jail with conditions Wednesday afternoon lane is charged with aiding and abetting both second degree murder and manslaughter for his role in the arrest of Floyd on Memorial Day an attorney for lane said last week the only thing lane did was hold Floyd's feet so he couldn't kick records indicate the other officers facing charges remain in custody hi Mike Crossey up

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Robert Gould Shaw and the Fifty-fourth Regiment Memorial Destroyed During Boston Protests

Mark Levin

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Robert Gould Shaw and the Fifty-fourth Regiment Memorial Destroyed During Boston Protests

"Riders defaced glory monument to black civil war soldiers in Boston riders in Boston deface the shot fifty four regiment memorial to black soldiers in the civil war as a black lives matter protest moves to the city on Sunday The Boston Globe reported morals and three the city's major parks were hit with graffiti and vandalism Sunday night after tensions mounted between demonstrators and police following a day mostly peaceful protests one of those memorials the globe noted was the monument to the fifty fourth one the memorials targeted by vandals was the Robert Gould Shaw and the fifty fourth regiment memorial which was unveiled a hundred and thirty seven years ago Sunday and he picks a pioneering group of black soldiers marching into battle during the civil war the most acclaimed piece of sculpture on Boston Commons it's the Robert Gould show in Massachusetts fifty fourth

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Man sentenced to death in Singapore via Zoom

Rush Limbaugh

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Man sentenced to death in Singapore via Zoom

"Singapore for the first time in history a man has been sentenced to death by a zoom this is Paul Cooney time Dennis on the thirty seven year old mother lay whom the judge in Singapore has sentenced to death for a his role in a twenty eleven heroin transaction **** because of all the corona virus than not having court house hearings as such so that now doing it by zoom and this man Mr Denison has become the first person to be sentenced to death by

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Dallas - Man Arrested After Allegedly Setting RV On Fire, Barricading Self In Garage In Tarrant County

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Dallas - Man Arrested After Allegedly Setting RV On Fire, Barricading Self In Garage In Tarrant County

"Terry county deputies arrested on armed man who they say seven RV on fired and injured a deputy last night they got the call about a family dispute and a man setting the vehicle on fire and when they got to the scene you're Burlison the man barricaded himself inside a detached garage and refused to come out Terry county tactical team got on the scene and took thirty seven year old William sheet into custody around ten thirty last night one deputy was injured during all this treated and released from the hospital now she is in the Terry county jail on charges of attempted murder resisting arrest and assault on a police officer the fire department got on scene and put out the fire once the suspect was in

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Concerns over new mothers and babies during COVID-19

Correspondents Report

05:47 min | 7 months ago

Concerns over new mothers and babies during COVID-19

"They even though they've been classified as vulnerable group. Pregnant women have so far not shown themselves to be particularly vulnerable to the extremities of coveted non team. But there's no doubt that pregnancies and births around the world have been disrupted even in Australia. Pregnant women have missed out on important appointments and support services like mother's groups and birthing classes and for women who've been suspected or tested positive for the virus pregnancy and childbirth has been traumatic Catherine Gregory reports that maternal health experts are now looking at how to prevent any long lasting impacts. These pandemic could have on new mothers and their babies look. It wasn't sure she'd get to hear these miraculous. Sounds my waters break? I was thirty one weeks and six days so we came to the hospital. Thirty seven year olds spent the night Victorian Maternity Hospital by herself. Luckily I didn't gone to live within the next morning. I recall my husband and he left in a hurry but husband never got further than the hospitals front desk. You can't come into also and you need to get checked for carbon scandal. Has He was about to enter and found he had a favor. Sorry basically like a really sorry you husbands not going to be for the lie in ways to treat you like you have carbon sorry smashed up and secluded up. And that's when Abby Real nightmare began. She was facing childbirth alone. I'm by the side. A little bit of pioneer. That asked with some high relief and will live. You can't have guests now because you might have carbon then the stock transferred into special boosting room an isolated one by that stage. They checked me. I was now ten centimeters dilated and there was going to be our pain relief at all and now husband merciful person. Sorry I started freaking out a little bit and then came be pays Yoda me. We'd no drugs. I think I just Kinda ran into shock. Mars surreal experience. And because because you early doctors in the room whiting just standing there waiting to take him as soon as he was born only had thirty seconds with her newborn baby before nurses took him offer. Say I took them up to spatial. Katya and I was taken to isolation in the world so it's about three or four one of the midwives came in and she was almost in tears and I said I know you're GonNa Seiger's narrowing are it's we have the results yet. It's just I have to tell you the results come back positive until you've Corinthian Stralia. Since the pandemic began about half a dozen women who've been suspected tested positive for the virus have given birth in conditions similar to Abbey's it's brutal bought needs to protect doctors nurses and other patients from the virus overseas in countries with pandemic has been far worse the restrictions on more extreme lawyers and human rights advocates. In the United States a pushing the legally mandated. Birthing rights. Face ain't too many women even those that aren't sick. New York especially have been forced to give birth alarm and then separated from their baby here in Australia. Each Spain less of an issue hospitals have tried to ensure covered. Moms and Bob stay together but now as the virus appears to a Bite. Maternity experts a worried about the long term impacts of some of these measures. But it's really important that we don't intrude on oil impact on human rights. That are not necessarily going to be beneficial or even potentially harmful. That's Professor Hannah. Dolon from the School of Nursing Midwifery at Sydney University. Though I am concerned West some facilities are suggesting that the woman be accompanied by nobody not even have pa. We have had some concerning reports. Where Pediatricians Indiana technologists recommending in the case of cove in nineteen being a confirmed that the woman be separated from her baby And then there are some other things such as being excluded from water birth or not having it available at all in a hospital or not having guests in air. That are not necessarily based on strong evidence Jason's days reports are mainly coming from private hospitals. And she's heard of cases where partners aren't allowed in operating theatres for C. Sections even if there is no risk. The thing is while the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and gynecologists have issued guidance. The health practitioners. There's no standard approach across different hospitals. Health districts in states then needs to be some level of adherence particularly to the international guidelines. So one of the very concerning bits is where mothers and babies are separated when that strongly recommend that they have skin-to-skin all of the recommendations have come out saying that women should have a support person with her at. That's very concerning. When we see deviations I ask her about Abbie's experience I can tell you as a midwife hearing the Midwest speaking that they're the points we john heartbreaks. 'cause it's the last thing we want to do. All of us in on the planet at the moment with the best way forward. Sometimes we get it right.

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Agent: RB Gore signing 1-year deal with Jets

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:10 sec | 7 months ago

Agent: RB Gore signing 1-year deal with Jets

"Running back Frank gore setting a one year deal with the jets he's thirty seven years old the third leading rusher in NFL history free agent running back Marshawn Lynch has been in talks with the Seahawks about a possible

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State Police Track Down Boston Man Who Allegedly Dragged Trooper

WBZ Morning News

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

State Police Track Down Boston Man Who Allegedly Dragged Trooper

"Morning a Dorchester man faces attempted murder charges for dragging a state police trooper as he tried to make it get away during a weekend traffic stop in Taunton and an Easton man is now under arrest and faces charges of manslaughter for a head on crash that killed a thirty seven year old man on

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Kentucky woman with coronavirus arrested after allegedly disregarding quarantine: report

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 7 months ago

Kentucky woman with coronavirus arrested after allegedly disregarding quarantine: report

"Meantime a covert positive woman in Kentucky has been arrested for breaking her quarantine CBS's Alison Keyes reports this is not the first time thirty seven year old cancer Burnett in Louisville Kentucky no she's tested positive for the coronavirus but she went shopping at a Kroger store anyway violating her order to self quarantine for at least the third time police arrived in time to see her leaving discovered she had made contact with at least five people inside the store and there were nearly two hundred other shopping at the time Burnett was arrested and is charged with criminal mischief and wanton endangerment among other things Alison Keyes

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Florida Tourism Industry Devastated By Pandemic

WCBS Programming

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

Florida Tourism Industry Devastated By Pandemic

"Another cruise ship with covert nineteen rock victim's house now docked in Florida the sunshine state's struggling with not only the health crisis but also the economic fallout including the state's southernmost points hotel occupancy in the keys is just seven percent compared to ninety two percent this time last year tourism officials say thousands of hospitality workers are now two weeks without a paycheck imagine down here you worry about hurricanes something like this because hurricanes have a finite beginning and end I've lived here for thirty seven years and business owners are my friends are scared CBS news correspondent Manuel Bojorquez

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on KOMO

"Just thirty seven years old wrapping up his second term as mayor of south bend Indiana now running for president and out with a new book shortest way, home mayor. Thank you for joining us this morning. Good to have you. Thanks for having me. So you said the bumper sticker fear campaign is freedom democracy security. I think everyone is for freedom democracy and security. But what exactly does it mean to you? And why are you the best person to deliver on that promise? Well, for example, when we talk about freedom, I think Democrats need to be much more comfortable getting into that vocabulary. Conservatives Carolina about one kind of freedom and its freedom from freedom from regulation freedom from government. But certainly in my life experience. There are a lot of things besides government that can make you one free. You're not free. If you can't start a small business. Because leaving your job would mean, losing your healthcare. You're not free. If you can't marry the person you love because some county clerk is imposing their interpretation of their religion. You're not free. If you can't sue a credit card company, even after they get caught ripping you off. So I think we need to have a much richer much thicker discussion about what it truly means to be free in this country. And I think it falls to Democrats to lead the way on that. It's a big leap from south bend, Indiana. What a little over one hundred thousand people to the Oval Office. Do you know what you don't know about being president? Look, I get the audacity of somebody like me talking about running for this office. But frankly, it's a leap for anybody. Anybody who arrives behind that desk? And yet all of the people who had that job have been mortals who just bring their experience to the table. My experience is that of guiding a city through a transformation, and I think a mayor at any level has the kind of executive frontline government experience, and by the way problem solving experience that we need more in Washington right now, you said your Medicare for all one cycle some of the issues in the campaign. You're for it. But isn't Kamla Harris also running for president, right? When she says that means doing away with private insurance. I don't see why it requires that. I mean after all if the framework, we're using is Medicare a lot of people who have Medicare also have Medicare supplements Medicare Advantage something like that there can be a role for the private sector, but just a single payer system. Aren't you? I think so I think that's the right place for us to head as a country, and we can debate the finer points of how to get there. But I've been in countries. Look I studied in the UK where there's not only single payer. There's national national. Allies medicine, which we're not calling for even there. There is a role for the private sector. I just don't believe that leaving Americans to the tender mercies of corporations is the best way to organize the health sector in this country, but single payer you would be replacing private health insurance. Yes. So at least as again Medicare for all is the best framework. Right. So if we want to make Medicare available to everybody. Whether it's as a public option to buy in or simply establishing that is how the payer structure works in this country. That's going to be the center of gravity and the bottom line is we need to make sure that every American is able to get healthcare. How are you going to sell that when President Obama in and he didn't get rid of all private health insurance? He said if you like what you have you can keep it. He was scorched by those who couldn't keep their plans, you'd have single payer eventually that would mean doing away with everyone's plans, how can you possibly sell that? Well, you have to make sure that it leads to better results. And if we need a road gradual way to get there, then we.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Perfect transition. Exactly washington. Order. Let my mom owned a salon thirty seven years. There was so I've seen it done. Yeah. Some deep seated maybe I didn't even realize it to be honest. Yeah. So when I got into it and love day on I just kind of started doing it on the side. And then it just built organically since two thousand ten hour when we moved here in Las Vegas, kind of opened my first little location out of salon and just one or two clients a day that was a interest built it from there. So it was kind of one off it. I need something to do. Yes. Unless they've decided that they were gonna regulate it. I had to go to school to go and get my life. Then so to do lash extensions in Nevada, you have to have an aesthetic or cosmetology license. So I had to go to school. And when I did that I hired my first employee, and I trained her, and that's kind of where lash academy and was born just from that first time and also just my love of coaching and teaching and helping others like I really enjoyed by first experience with my employees. And so it kind of just happened organically with that as well. I'm just like imagining like before it was regulated backrooms and like Chinatown happening, lots of damage, lots of bad reputation. There's like numerous articles about like how not to lash extensions because they were causing so many issues things like that. And then as people started realizing that it's not going away the science behind the industry had to come up. And it's it's changed the game term medically everything that we used to do in the past is like archaic, and you wouldn't even think about touching those products anymore. Awesome for early. Oh that makes you feel really good for those poor clients. They want to reach out to them and Toronto and be like my gosh, come to Las Vegas. Last last year entire lash cycle. So you're one last say on for anywhere from sixty to ninety days shed. So they shut individually so over the course of like two or three weeks you'll come in and get a refill, and then you just kind of fill them up. I know you don't get acrylic nails. But if you did you'd understand the process a little bit better for the ladies kind of get at their nails grow out same thing with their hair, their lashes. It's all kind of on the same cycle. I now know wash cycle exactly hotel party ladies. Oh. There's also backed up. So you just went off doing it got the license and decided to actually like start your own. I did. I did. Yeah. So it really started hanging off in two thousand eleven when I received my license, and I kind of sock it not going away. I really wanted to have it just be more than me. Because at that time. My husband went overseas to play. And so for me, I was working so much, and I really just kinda needed time to go home and see my family, see him. But I couldn't leave my business because I had a clientele now, which was super awesome. So I kind of had to figure all of that out how to get my company running while I wasn't there. So making money when I'm not there on that way. I could kind of keep those personal relationships that were important to me when you first started did you have like a salon? Did you rent space somewhere? Granted I rented space on it was called flawless, and there are no longer in business right now by the owner, and I are extremely good friends. She's still clients of mine. She's a lovely person. She believed in me and gave me my first location. I actually helped manage her salon at the time as well. So it really kind of gave me someone to look up to and kind of see how she was doing as well here in Las Vegas because we didn't have a social circle here. We didn't have friends or family. So I had to go out and get all of these clients on my own, and you know, seeing that done by her a kind of helps drive me in the right direction. Think it's always an interesting piece when you start a business, you're usually really good at whatever it is that you do your awesome at doing lashes. People don't realize that there's an entire different component. Right. The best lashed technician lash artists, lash art. Started the greatest lash artists. You don't have client. Yeah. Just like the world's greatest lash artists. I think the biggest question is how to get clients and how to keep clients and how to make yourself different from the. I mean, there's a lash studio on every corner. Now, it is the hottest trend in beauty for women. And it is just continuing to get more and more popular. So you have to kind of set yourself out. What are you doing differently? What are you offering to the clients that you know, someone else is in our how're you doing it differently? It's like something that is always on the back of my mind was was the business development. You were you anticipating that when you started the business? Absolutely not. It's been a lot of like doing things in a different type of pattern that maybe just a circle. It's like, oh, I have to go back and do this like rebranding making sure that everything stays on brand. And you know, those things that I didn't know about in and had to learn about as I was already kind of in the business deeply, so I've I've kind of done things differently. But it's been working, which is which is great, and I'm very hard worker. So I work almost too much. And so I really just put the effort in and put the time in and I make it a big point in teaching my students for the lash academy. I kinda give them the right path. Now, I've done it this way. Don't do it this way go instead in this direction. Do these things first, and then do and that way they can be as successful or even more successful down the line teach from the mistakes, you made we'll be back with Molly O'Brien, the owner of a touch of lash after these messages on Las Vegas money resource. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says there will be no border wall money for.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"For the thirty seventh year. Philadelphia leaders officially opened Martin Luther King day with a symbolic bell ringing this year. It was a little more symbolic than usual. Hey, why w city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports are we ready to tap the bail William Tucker of the king association for nonviolence leads the annual event, which was created by the federal king holiday commission at the request of Dr king's widow her wish was that. The holiday would officially opened with a symbolic ringing of the liberty bell ended always has until this year. The federal shutdown has closed the liberty bell pavilion. So this year serramonte took place at the two oh one hotel at sixteen vine. There was a small. Bell? But when the Tucker said offer, the distinct advantage versus a bell weakened actually ring with other aspects of the ceremony were unchanged. Filler remarks by a host of public officials. Senator Bob Casey noted the work left to do. You would not be satisfied. We cannot be satisfied with where we are. But on this day, we marched towards Justice, Pat, Loeb, KYW NewsRadio a bucks county based rappers busted for marijuana possession. At an upscale Bensalem home. He rents KYW's Marc Abrahams reports rapper PNB rocket his girlfriend or behind bars advice county prison after they failed to post fifty thousand dollars bail each Bensalem township police public safety director, Fred Herron says the rapper whose legal name is rookie Allen was arrested Sunday after police served a search warrant at the home. We found him to be in possession of over four pounds of marijuana best every three thousand dollars in cash and a forty caliber stolen, handguns Glock. But what's interesting about this marijuana is definitely not personal use? It was cases of. Of like cat food. Howard says an investigation into the twenty seven year old rapper began last November his girlfriend, Stephanie Chopin. Hang who's also twenty-seven was charged as well. Aaron says cops believe he received the pot from out of state sources and had been selling it for some time. We got him at the end of the session. This stuff was all bundled up being sold in small amounts, and this guy, it was definitely into the wrong business, Marc Abrahams, KYW NewsRadio. An arrest has been made in connection with the murder last week in Camden, Twenty-seven-year-old Rashad Allen of Camden is charged with shooting with Tara Ayman on Wednesday afternoon. Allen is charged with first degree murder. He is being held at the Camden County correctional facility, pending a pretrial hearing. At seven fifty five. It's money news on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's Steve Potisk later. This year. We might be hearing less of this. From the big drug makers have a.

"thirty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Thirty seven years in prison. Wow. You know, ever. What she did say that you know. But as far as I get back. You you. Say. You try to help somebody. But you can't make him. Go get help. You can't have to go down. If they if they don't want it if they haven't hit their absolute low spot, they're not going to go get help right on your deep state. Trump's outsider. You know? He's got a Republican. Democrat. No. No, just like me. Mike. Troughs to seventy nine out care about. Technology really your guy. Drives freight trucks and bulldozers and stuff like that. Yeah. You're you're you're one you're one of us deplorables. You work on your hands. You know, part of the mainstream USA the flyover country is what they always say. You know, the democrat party don't give a damn about you. They don't give a damn about us. They only care about their Wall Street crowd or Hollywood elitist out there in California in the tech places Aaron Seattle and illinois's where it's been mob around anyhow and. He got the state alimony got status, Chicago, I live in Illinois. Yeah. And I think I told you my mom or for how.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on KTRH

"Thirty seven years of service. Great story get to that in just a moment. But. When my wife was secretary of state. She said that a thousand people a day coming to Texas. That's what our economy was doing. And the number one place they were coming from California. But plenty of them were coming from rust belt states, Michigan. Ohio New York states that were heavily unionized high tax rates progressive states because by killing industry Illinois by killing industry. There were killing jobs. And those people were having to move, and they were coming to Texas State that they probably don't agree with the core philosophy of our state, and our people our culture, which is what created all these jobs in the first place an open marketplace of fierce competition where the consumer and the worker wins. So now, we have thousands and thousands and thousands of Californians. You know coming here every day or coming here every month. Anyway. In the eighties. When California was booming. They were famous for these bumper stickers. I would say welcome to California. Now, go home. Those days are over the Californians had a big party, and they didn't know when to go to bed. They blew a lot of money. They got lazy and fat. They ran up big pensions. They over unionized. They overregulated. They let the left wing wacko white liberal element of California run wild. In addition to legal immigration, an increase in entitlements. Nut jobs, like governor moonbeam just indulging his whimsical fancy of the day. And now now there are not enough opportunities for the people living there. So what do they do? They come to Texas. Where they will no doubt change our voting demographic because they have no clue that their political positions cost them economic opportunity. So on behalf of the great state of Texas and our people. Our texans. An open letter from Texas to the people of California. Dear California, you must think more British stupid as if we wouldn't notice a caravan of hundreds of Subaru's praises driving into Allston every week who the hell, do you think you are culturally appropriate in the Lone Star state dang, you must think we're pretty dumb. Look, it's not that we mind visitors pick state was basically founded by a bunch of hotheads from Tennessee. But why do you insist on sending the weakest Lemus? To whip bastard. Your state has to offer. I mean, come on. It's bad enough. You had to run the west coast with your avocado, toast, your kale chips. But now you need to mess with the Gulf Coast to you can't for the love of God make a vegan Gumbo. It just can't be done blasphemy. So in conclusion, do the people of California, please get the hell out of Texas. Thank you. Sincerely, everyone in Texas who doesn't live in Austin PS. Place. More avocado toast. Do not tell a solo said this..

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"You have one we want to expand on. We're gonna go through. You know, how John Delaney? He's a US Representative from Maryland. No. He's not going to be the nominee. This one's interesting though. Tulsi Gabbard now Tulsi Gabbard I've never heard her before she is a US Representative from Hawaii. She was apparently a major. Art in Hawaii Representative. She is actually I've seen her speak a couple of times. She's really good. Nobody knows who she is. That's the problem. Now, this is this. This opens us up to a different level of running for president. You told it was run for president to be president. Sometimes you run for president. Vice presidential possibility. And sometimes you run just to get known. Get your good from zero percent understanding to thirty forty percent. So next time when you wanna run you have a chance. She's thirty seven years, and she's a Bernie Sanders sort of democrat her approach to foreign policy, including a visit with Syrian president Bush sharla Saad put her outside many in the democratic mainstream. I don't know if that's true. But that that would be an interesting thing to talk about, but she has gone too early states. And apparently again, I don't it doesn't seem like this time would be the time for her, but someone considered long-term. She needs to be recognized meteorites, though shift. She runs it's because she was people know who she is. She needs to do that. Yeah. Expand again in Hawaii. He's not a great state to come from. However, obviously we've seen someone born in Hawaii become president. Also, I would argue. The the main one here is the potential as VP here. There's a there's not if you have a eighty Bernie Sanders actually wins you could see someone like this being named as a VP Joe. Kennedy Representative from Massachusetts he got the name anything else. I don't I don't think. So right now, all you have is the speech sweat.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on Spit

Spit

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on Spit

"How's your financial situation, which you living environment? Like, how's your purpose? How you contributing to society, there's all these different areas. And I gotta tell you you can have thirty seven years sober and had gotten sober the day after you drank the first time, and if you're scoring zero and all these other areas of life, I can tell you what the you're miserable. You're miserable. Sobriety has nothing. New in some people call that drive drunk dri- drunk. I don't even know if that's, you know, it's at least an eight people use it in the rooms a lot. Because if you broaden this definition what I think will end up happening for us over time is we can take somebody in your situation, for instance, who has fallen off the wagon like used again and say, well, we we saw this because all the scores on everything else in your life. We're going down you used to be really happy and all these areas, and you get less less. Happy. If you are Sesing that at some point somebody would go what's going on with this the relationship scores going from eight two years ago, two three right? You can't be married with three score in your relationship. That's not how right and that's the goal, and you came from that background. So you know, what impact that has somebody grown up in a household or living around that kind of relationship. And so if we don't pay attention, and here's where I think biology is an important base. Right. Like the car. It's the thing that you build the restaurant because it's your machine that you build a psychology in environment on. But if you don't understand what you built on top of that base. You're leaving everything up to chance right for those who are trying to solve this epic sized problem that we have political leaders business leaders loved ones children doctors winning your.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Oh, my God would be a little golden. I'm freaking out. Let's go up up up and not a puppy like a rescue lady. Maybe older. We need a bow. I think it would be good for my soul sues you, don't even know yet. How good it is. Maybe when you when you like. What about the poop though? I don't love that part. But you know, what your kids almost at age where this is a great thing for responsibility for him. He gets a chore. He goes around and clean. My hilarious hummus called Landon Adam is like in the yard. And he's like cleaned up. Landon does all that too. All right, fine. Okay. Yeah. It's like I like the sound in it can see you with the little scruffy like little fuzzy one. I love those doodles. I know like you said because they're they don't shed like a normal boiler genyk, but who's got like a rescued doodle. Never know. What happens like him bowl was somebody who passed away? Yeah. And their family lived in an apartment and couldn't take her. Okay. And this happens of you know, I see. Things all the time up of like, we're so sad. We just got moved to another state, and we can't take the dog or whatever it is or. But what if it's like, you know, how they say don't cut your hair when you're going through break up like what if like my dad died and now I'm like, I need it. I don't know. This is like working nizing the connection in having lot of your heart is good. Okay. Maybe that said that. Yeah. I think maybe that's it. Yeah. All right. I knew you love it. But yeah, like, I don't wanna regret it won't the dog will be sad. I'm like, it's not the same the other dog. You've had is that bulldog. Right. Yeah. Oh, it's not the same. It's like and that dog was older, right? And no I wish he was just terrible terrible. Yeah. Member like, we got a military dog trainer in the guy quit. He was like I've never had a bad dog. Yeah. Like, I have a bad kid. It's the same thing. Well, it's the same thing whether like unruly, and like I I must to track these things on accident. You will get a line you need a boat. And he will. No, I will find you abo-. Okay. Yeah. You can tell me where to look did you? Did you hear about the guy that is like a hero because he ate he's eating? He eats pizza every day for dinner for thirty seven years. God bless him. Does he? Okay. Here's what we have to ask. And. Yeah. Wall. Who has the best pizza, right? Why didn't the article have that didn't? Okay. They did say that he only eats it playing doesn't want toppings. Which is weird you'd think he'd like want different right ones every day, but he's like plain pizza. She's every night for dinner, and this better not be like, you know, Home Box. Right. What kind of pizza? We. I have a lot of questions. Scratch the roof your tongue. Sarah's Taekema had the season I paused it, and then this came so that was two bit. He's telling her that if you if you scratch the roof of your mouth with your tongue, then it gets rid of sneeze. Okay. I give you can't banana thing. You said is banana kinda makes tons grabs the Rufo very out. Okay. But if you just kinda skip the sang that just do it with your tongue works. Well. Anyway, this guy said he from the age of four had pizza everyday for dinner from the age of four. Yes, let's kind of the parents. What are we doing here? He's not ordering. He's not con of Domino's himself of four years old true. That's true. Did he come from a long line of payments? Right. It's a family tradition. Maybe like they just chose their battles. And if you really nice breakfast and lunch, it's fine. I guess, you know, as long as you're getting your veg, but like. Protein them. I was reading a while ago about these people that a real thing like, you know, some people say they only want like chicken nuggets or like bland stuff, and that's all the lead even adults not just kit. Right. And that it's a real thing. Like everything else has too much flavor. I think that maybe these people are also introverts why? Because have you heard of the lemon study the lemon test?.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Extraordinary, time It has its. Historic as you noticed I mean as you said. It was. The first. Time an election was held without, Robert Mugabe on the ballot and he ruled this country for about thirty seven years and these? Elections were held under very different circumstances You know there was freedom of speech the opposition was allowed to campaign people told me they felt that they were free. To vote their heart but then election, day came around and as, we waited for results it became clear that this. Was going to be a contested election on August first protests erupted in the capital and. The military was sent to the streets to quell them six people were killed Emmerson Mnangagwa who was the sitting, president the man who ousted Mugabe was. Declared the, winner and now, Nelson Chamisa the opposition leader has asked this court to throw out his win and, so what exactly is the constitutional court weighing as they. As they prepare to hand down this decision today So they're weighing whether these elections were free and fair They, are looking you know the the opposition says look they you know there was there was a huge. Gap between the number of parliamentary votes versus presidential votes there were lots of irregularities including seventeen polling stations that. Had the exact same, result, for all twenty three candidates and so. The court however they seemed unconvinced they wanted hard evidence they wanted the opposition to go in there and recount the votes. Inside the ballots and show them where these discrepancies were so I think today everyone is kind. Of expecting the court to side with the. Sitting president, there has been some violence during this period in fact. You've reported on air for NPR wallets been going on I wanna ask you then what? Is the mood on the streets today or people nervous I have heard. Resignation there's there's a huge police presence here fighter a fighter jet keeps us swooping over the city and I spoke to. A young woman who would only give me her first name Naboodah people are are afraid to. Talk again and let's listen you know she. Said that, in November she was really hopeful let's listen to a. Bit of what she told, me we hope that things.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"The comedy store for thirty seven years, what he didn't know that it was tacked team. So when he was done, he did something. I've never seen anyone do pal. I've seen there one hundred times everyone. I've never seen any. Good night. Just walked up knowing that there wasn't a host, knowing that he didn't bring anybody. So I didn't even get an intro. So I'm just like walking out the piano guys like. Everything going against people stampeding out. So I'm trying to walk through the people to get to the stage because in that room, you come from the back. I mean, it was just bad. So that was my one interaction with Seinfeld buried the shed on may one night at my home club. I had a good spot that. Watched an episode of Seinfeld. Now people laughing right people. All right. People want to laugh Seinfeld Chapelle they wanna fuck it last they let themselves go. So they murder on a whole other level saying, it's like a whole different level than just seeing comedian before he tells one joke coming up, Jerry Seinfeld. It's like he gave them a story. I saw Seinfeld at the fucking thin, the story of their fucking year. Seinfeld. Fuck. By the way fucking gang member. Mother fucker kick him his Jubal's. The crazy part is that Seinfeld had momentum. It's not like he was some kid wasn't funny. He had already done. Couple tonight shows his showcase at the comedy store in front of Mitzi. Momentum going. And this lady all of a sudden you're not funny. It is sort of comics. Remember Mitzi was legendary person business, but people remember that from wherever the fuck from if you're the one person, Mike, and then Norman Wilson guy who ran the chuckle fat fuck into Moines, Iowa told me I was never gonna make it. I will fuck that guy until the day. I. Markle l.. That's got to be anyone of the business was horrible things you people say like, you'll never be worth twenty dollars to me. Holy shit. I've never heard. I cannot wait to fuck your wife one day. Funny. Crowd being into the celebrity right away. Has anybody ever tried the experiment of just having like a five year comic Otell a pro like that? The same exact thing. It's called writers people the right for comics. Probably yes. They have experimented with that. I didn't follow any of that. I've no idea what works. Take the excuse mushroom hills, but I didn't. We waited two stories stories that cares about. I remember the first time. Tony, you're the fuck man, obviously listened to the podcast if you don't because he's the fuck and one of the best business at this evaded the life podcast. Thank you. Thank you. What you guys do and the help create if you guys all the west coast. Ship with these guys. Do podcasting live on a different level, and we love you guys for that wartime for Tony. We love you the next year..

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Company interested in his his friend of thirty seven years is doing it in the uniform they jacked you the executive is doing politics in the uniform by using company letterhead and signing i'm the president of the cardinals on the thing and he said well it's not game day as okay days is sacred distinction the arizona cardinals fan has nearly a million irked account brother has nearly a million followers your for your cardinals fan i don't really see the difference between your team tweeting out a political statement and going to a game in seeing a player make that statement and if bidwill is really going to die on that hill the game day thing so i would ask him okay are you cool within having a player do what you did using the team account to say publish a column that disagrees with you about the supreme court handed because i guessing you're not like you feel them kind of carving out these arbitrary distinction to justify okay well when i do it it's different it kind of hypocrite i mean it is hypocritical i don't really what do you say to the people who have been crushing you saying meena knock it off with this argument the bid wells are in charge they can do what they want with their team i always thought with football in particular it's every sport but i always thought it was the worst in football in terms of fans citing with ownership over players because of the nature of the game because of the cap because teams root for the jersey and so you know when when people always say well why do player side with or fan side with management over labor i actually thought it was pretty intuitive why doesn't seem that confusing to me that you're rooting for a hard cap sport of course you're going to side with the team and not the player who holds out granted there obviously you know there's a racial dimension to that and there are social dimensions but for the most part it's the team but then the yesterday i tweeted something about bidwell and basically called him out on on the hypocrisy and there were so many people in my mentioned saying well he's owner he can he can do what he wants what is it that in this country that wires our brains to think that we were to want to live in a society where the boss can do whatever they want i understand the reality of it but doesn't like what is it about this place america america as it about that the owner the boss is in charge he's allowed to do what he wants what is it why do you say do you think that's a uniquely american affliction i think it's because so much of this country while we are really going macro here is founded on the idea that you can be that bossom day that selfdetermination exists that that's attainable so you want to be able to pull the ladder up when you get there i really do think that's like a founding philosophy and some of that is good the idea that you can beat this way you can be self made you can do your own thing that's a very distinctly american ideal but i think this is the dark side of that which is people who shouldn't side with the bosses tend to side with the bosses and i find it perplexing but i think it it's just so ingrained in our society at this point in suicidal fabric what are your thoughts on that that is really macro mike the whole room back there looks like it's been sedated shot by elephant tranquilizer darts i loved that conversation about about bidwell about business less so about papa john it's an important conversation i'm glad somebody's.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Thank you there's an impressive play italy's our break for the japanese three to the final belgium advances the quarterfinals we'll take on brazil who handled mexico quite well i two nil win eventful first weekend of free agency redwings gm ken how was on ninety several weather ticket this morning talk with the moves and said despite signing three vets the younger players will get a chance to make the team this fall how kind he's not sure of henrik zetterberg will be back following the season everybody's aware that he had back surgery in two thousand fourteen and disease thirty seven years of incheon surely go players he wants to make sure that when his cruise over he's going to be healthy and be able to lead a life and do all the things that he wants to do so as we speak right now i'm expecting to see him back hong said that he's had numerous conversations with the agent of undress fm issue but so far no deal is in place for the most exciting player on the team the distance brought back jose calderon one year two point four million dollar deal former piston anthony tavares reportedly signed a deal with the t wolves the lakers have renounced julius randle that made him an unrestricted free agent for a couple of hours until he signed with the pelicans lakers also sending rachana rhonda to a one year deal with warriors against the headlines and all the players boogie cousins sunny a one year five point three million dollar deal go play half the season when he comes back from achilles tendon surgery in january with lebron's arrival lakers season tickets jumped from thirty five hundred bucks in l a to over six thousand we check sports fifteen and forty five past each hour.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Thirty seven years nearly thirty seven years i don't know that i have one single incident i can call back in different stages of my career and i will say in the eighties when we were as the city struggling with such violence and and the impact of of drugs in our neighborhoods and engaging warfare that as as a department we really stepped into a heavy heavy enforcement role and i saw the the the results of that was really an alien nation and many times very community we're trying to help and the sacrifices that officers made the violence that that they were stood as far as being pushed back against by by violent elements in our neighborhoods was not only on appreciate it was it was just frankly not recognized and what i saw moving through that period was some exposure to a little known program called dare and as a young police officer having worked in the south los angeles for for upwards two three years and having seen that violence i had an opportunity says merging program at the time to be in schools and to talk with children about proactive ways of developing resilience and being able to resist peer pressure and avoid the the the bad decisions that end up getting into these these lives violence with gangs as well as drug use and alcohol and what i saw there was that really a changing of temperament that allowed an officers work to be much broader than simply an arm of the law just as simple enforcement moving beyond that i went back into an enforcement role worked advice and and as the tech even homicide and sergeant and field and then in the nineties i had an opportunity to yet again visit something that was outside the boundaries and that was an effort of us looking at policing as far as how we conduct policing in america and in the department invested in a four year grant process that had us examined patrol operations detectives and establish this process called crime analysis that we would actually map and understand and look at data in a matter of how police mattered appear of ours at the time i was working for that.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"So here's the big question how could this black woman sharia dixon coal thirty seven years old from grapevine how could she think that she could get pulled over and busted for dwi with to open containers of liquor in her car at one thirty in the morning by texas state trooper how did she think she could lie and say that she was raped and kidnapped and groped by the state trooper what made her think that this would be a decent move and don't say it's because she drunk she's drunk and she wasn't thinking was you know that alcohol is actually a truth serum don't you truthfully seriously it people are a lot more who they are when they're drunk and they say a lot of things they normally wouldn't say that they believe when they're drunk what do you think it was that caused this woman to not even bad nine to lie and say that the cop raped her the trooper to me it's even more disgusting to allege that a state trooper but any cup anybody to allege rape what what do you think was how could she thinks she would get away with this and the other question is what needs to happen now what should be done to this woman aside from the dwi criminally civilly what should be done to this attorney whether criminal or civil what should be done to shaun king the socalled black activist civil or criminally what would make this trooper hole what do you think would make this trooper whole and that so that would be the civil side of it and i would also be police officers in general or texas gps but that to make him whole i would talk about civilly and then what would be justice for the people criminally eight hundred two eight eight wbz ap is our number eight hundred two eight nine two two seven black woman lying saying she was raped on a traffic stop in waxahachie from a texas state trooper they got the body cam and the attorney sent it out and had a press relief and send it out to everybody in the world that she was raped and demands justice and then the next day the body cam comes out and it shows that nothing happened bad at all but the cop was fantastic did a wonderful job.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty seven years retirement is on the horizon but he is a little worried i should have planned a lot sooner now when i was twenty life gets in the way in the early nineties nyborg contributed to his company's 401k for a few years but then stopped for more than a decade he finally decided to get serious and restarted contributions in two thousand fourteen over by the ice cream sandwich assembly line twentysevenyearold machine operator ryan bickel could do just as his older co workers suggests but the hardest part about savings ever increasing cost of living i think so far daytoday needs have taken priority over retirement but bickel plans to enroll in the company 401k this summer given that i'm a certified financial planner he had this question for me what percentage of my pay should i started out investing into the plan that's a great question will given that velvet ice cream matches up to five percent think it's a great idea to start their your contribution one hundred twenty five bucks a month plus the match you grow it over forty years you end up with over three hundred thousand dollars and if you're one of the many americans who were getting an a tax refund the average this year is just under twenty nine hundred bucks you can use these two pieces to really jump start your retirement not a bad idea to try to put an as much as you possibly can for a chill thanks a marathon win has never been sweeter but first stocks surged today on wall street wbz news time seven fifty four let's check traffic and weather together we start with mike king and.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I i would like to point out this has been in the nearly bloodless transition so far no shots being fired a robert mugabe is you know under house arrest but he hasn't been killed or he hasn't been forced out of the country so it is unusual uh by african standards did robert mugabe operate with united states support for all those many years that he controlled zimbabwean and what is the united states saying now robert mugabe's been for thirty seven years and counting and he started off with the support of the the us government but round about the year two thousand seventeen years ago since then he has been under sanctions from the united states which started with the seizure of white owned farms and uh many human rights abuses against opposition supporters and so for these many years he has been under sanctions he and his wife and nearly one hundred of his closest associates have been under sanctions from the united states government a relatively bloodless and quiet coup in zimbabwe but a coup nonetheless says andrew meldrum acting africa editor for the ap andrew thanks so much thanks tom tiger guerrillas coming up we talk to a medical ethics abc about a new digital pill that can trap web patients have taken their medicine it's got all kinds of implications what do you think this is linda from new jersey i would not be interested in taking a digital kale because i believe it's my responsibility to take my medicine if i choose to and if it she's not to my business um and it's no one else's business and no problem with others using the technology if they choose however we got this coral on our facebook page as long as it's voluntary i wouldn't have a problem but if insurance companies issued some sort of compulsory mandate would be an ethical breach as far as i'm concerned would you take a digital pill call us at eight seven seven eight might take you could let us know on our facebook.

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"thirty seven years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"thirty seven years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Hi there um look i am thinking uh uh and live with a lady thirty seven years we've never worked out and hired and he died about five days ago that you would rescind by building and lie so would that be commonlaw or july have anything to do with debts to receive in any event georgia recognized commonlaw marriage than you might have a no i don't have a do or they don't that i have found pound that is this goes prostate is going to look at me in california there is no such thing as common law i know people who say oh yes there is no there's not and so low states don't look at commonlaw and grant at the same marital status as a legal in that state so you'd have to look and see whether or not that you would be considered legally married due to the seven years together in your state and then is the issue worse than you have a claim or have the oracle look for a social security benefit now if if the state doesn't recognize it as anything other than of a partnership of some four but not a legal marriage you've got no claim okay all right and i don't know what the state looked at it like i said well you i i i'm just doing a quick look here of a source uh the said according to the supreme court of georgia is possible to enforce the law marriage georgia even though they were abolished george h seven so that's probably going to me and that he's not going to get it a very good chance of getting a benefit well they they they recognize the laws of other states so in other words uh obama does recognize commonlaw marriages so if you were in alabama and then move to georgia that's a different gate i that's the.

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