35 Burst results for "Thirty three years"

Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony Ratings Fall to 33-Year Low

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony Ratings Fall to 33-Year Low

"You see the olympics. The opening ceremony thirty three year low. They're getting pummeled. In the ratings. People are watching the olympics in an empty stadium and watching a bunch of spoiled brat. Athletes taking a knee disrespecting the star spangled banner doing that. There's all kinds of news about the. Us women's soccer team led by meghan. Rapa those women who seem to despise the country they represent. People are watching this crap. People are watching baseball. Any more people are watching. Football people are going away.

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Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man While Trying to Arrest Him

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chicago Police Fatally Shoot Man While Trying to Arrest Him

"There's been a fatal police shooting of a suspect in Chicago police say the man had a gun the suspect was being sought by a law enforcement fugitive task force trying to arrest the thirty three year old for aggravated criminal sexual assault with a firearm police allege the suspect was in a car and pointed a gun three Chicago police officers and a U. S. marshal opened fire the man later died at the hospital body cameras were rolling in a city board will release the video within sixty days earlier this week to ATF agents and a Chicago officer were shot by a suspect claiming he thought they were rival gang members Chicago's police superintendent David Brown says it's a very dangerous time to be in law enforcement I'm

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How to Grow Your Business With Kevin Abood

Talking Automotive

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

How to Grow Your Business With Kevin Abood

"Kevin. Thanks very much for joining us today. Too heavy on the shy can maybe just to kick things off. Can you just tell us a little bit of yourself and your experience in the automotive industry. Look thanks. John and mac openly industry for thirty three years. started off as an accounting presence or starbucks Capital mothers beckoning noni ninety eight as in industry for quite some time and have grind through various different departments. So i started off. Accountant moved into a financial controller. All come the secretary then moved into operational role with pay the warren the mighty more business operations today and became general magic dealer. Principal side doing dill principal general management roles since two thousand six two thousand seven About fifteen sixteen years loving Important interesting journey in while the things with the automotive industry is when you join a us decided for a very long time will. You're in and out very quickly Fortunate to me of being food but sometime

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Supernatural, Season 12 Preview

Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule

01:56 min | Last month

Supernatural, Season 12 Preview

"Now from supernatural season. Twelve special samantha. Smith who is once. Again mary winchester to check with everybody like am. I see she's alive. You guess you can say she's alive. I'm alive guest. So i'm actually live and brought back to life from from the minute i died so i'm twenty eight. I'll be just nod your head like sure. Of course you are. And the boys are older than i am And so now. Mary's going have to so much has changed the world technology. Everything in thirty three years is completely different than a nineteen eighty three and her children are adult and they were raised in a way that she probably would not increase them. Her husband is gone. The there are still monsters. They're still hunting. There's all that whole part. And i think that feels most comfortable with hunting. And so she we. I go back to that. And i'll be hunting and working with the boys and they sent me to fight training and weapons training. And i've been having a ball. I've never really done very sporty. But i never did martial arts boxing or any of that stuff and my trainers like but it's it's been it's been. They have amazing people helping me so it's been superfund. There's a lot of opportunity for heard to make like little comments on the boys do things as a mom. Yes and that's it once a month always a moment. I don't care that. I haven't seen him in thirty years. I'm gonna tell you what. I think and There there's also the there's the fun side of the genetics and inheritance. And i'll see something i'm like you know all of that and just the love. There's so much love

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British Police Officer Admits Kidnapping, Raping Woman

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

British Police Officer Admits Kidnapping, Raping Woman

"A British police officer has pleaded guilty to the kidnap and rape of a woman as she walks home in south London and whose body was found a week later in the woods a court at London's Old Bailey harder when cousins forty eight years old accepted responsibility for the death of Sarah Everard though he wasn't Austin trip he took charge of modern members of Evers from the second quarter witnessed the defendant entered his pleas medical reports about the Metropolitan Police officer who appeared by video link from Belmarsh prison are being prepared a further hearing before the judge will take place in July every death thirty three year old marketing executive that went missing as she walked home from a friend's house in south London on the third of March Syria Shockley London

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Celebrating Juneteenth in the Carceral State With Ebony Underwood

Black History Year

02:12 min | Last month

Celebrating Juneteenth in the Carceral State With Ebony Underwood

"Ebony. What does black liberation look like to you. Freedom black liberation looks like freedom and what freedom means to me is economic stability in means housing opportunities. It means educational opportunities it means health and wellness lack liberation to me all those things i can dive in deep leagues in to each of those but if i just blanket that statement for me it means things and having the freedom and the ability to have the best of all those things and how does the work that you do work towards that vision of black liberation well founded it a nonprofit but we got us now dot org. It's a national nonprofit nonpartisan organization built by led by and about children and young adults who have been impacted by rental incarceration And the reason why i founded is because i was a daughter of apparent that had been incarcerated for thirty three years. My father was released. This january twenty twenty one after serving thirty three years in prison and for the majority of that time that he was incarcerated. I had never spoken publicly about him being incarcerated mainly because of the trauma because of the stigma because of the shame of incarceration. Not knowing that there was this thing called incarceration until dump seven years ago and not knowing that people were actually empathetic to the issue. There were no support systems for my family got arrested. There was nothing and to me. Bad just was heartbreaking. Especially because i found out that people were empathetic to this issue and then i realized wow when people look to the military. They censored the children when people are divorced. They sent to the children when there's in-depth apparent. They censored the children when a parent is incarcerated one through the children. Nothing there is no support

Housing is on a Sugar High, But Is it in for a Crash?

CNBC's Fast Money

01:44 min | 2 months ago

Housing is on a Sugar High, But Is it in for a Crash?

"But we start with a sugar high and housing home sales pulling back in april but because prices are so hot. The median price for a new home soaring twenty percent last month. That is the biggest annual increase in thirty three years and it's not just new homes red hot housing market reinforced today but the case schiller index showing a thirteen percent gain in all home prices nationwide strong demand short supply historically low mortgage rates. All driving prices higher. Check out the move and the builders today names like toll brothers. Dr horton lesnar. Pulse group all moving higher during the session. So is this sugar high going to turn into a sugar crash. Tim weigh-in look. I think the year comps don't make a lot of sense. In terms of prices. I think the affordability has been an issue for the housing market for a long time. I think some of the the migration trends that we've seen of kobe are ones that may on wine but like i said we have a housing bubble. This is a question. I get asked a lot. I was just involved in the conversation earlier today about this Investment in in single family homes is is overall for the sector in other words building out and the man is supply. were still under invested in this country. the fact that these numbers are volatile on a monthly data series again month to month from kobe. Where obviously coming out of kobe. There's enormous pent-up demand rates are as you said. I mean i've been a driver for demand and the affordability dynamics and the inventory dynamics are things that existed well before i just look at annual wholesale seven hundred fifty thousands where we were pre covid. I think we're probably going to settle back into that range. And i think it's fine.

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A$AP Rocky Calls Rihanna "The One"

Daily Pop

01:51 min | 2 months ago

A$AP Rocky Calls Rihanna "The One"

"Asset rocky is finally confirming his relationship with riana. he tells g q verse. That being with riana is quote so much better when you got the one. She amounts to probably like a million of other ones now when acid. He's ready to be a father he said. If that's my destiny absolutely. I think i've been an incredible remarkable overall amazing dad and we have some breaking news for you. An amber alert just went out for robin thicke. That thirty three year old apparently ran away from home as article on went to print. What wait is scary. it is true. She is packing her bags. Like she is in lifetime movie and she is leaving. Okay key might change her name states. All it's a new identity for robin by the way we have been waiting for this album for like nine years. Here's another nine years. He just messed it up for us. What do you think the scare her away or do you think she liked loves this. Remember how she was when drake kind of can profess his love. I feel like it. It backfired so i'm nervous for him. Oh i don't know if that's like it seems like she. She plays it cool and she's gonna love this. She actually told vogue magazine in print that it was one of the most uncomfortable moments of her life when drake is professing his love at the vm. As for her to the entire world. So i think it has to happen with the right person. I'm not sure that drake was the one for her. And i think that we've all been in relationships when someone has maybe been a little too clingy verbal about their love for us. But i think if she feels the way that feels about her then. There's nothing better than having the won. Also confirmed that to the whole world

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Women Around the World: Dr. Amani Ballour

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Women Around the World: Dr. Amani Ballour

"Dr amani. bollore is eight thirty three year. Old pediatrician that helped lead an underground secret hospital known as the cave during the attacks including the chemical attack in eastern gupta. Which is the suburb of damascus. Dr mani was raised in the area. She later would serve as the youngest of six. She had two brothers and sisters and as she became a teenager. She unlikely sisters insisted on continuing education and moving onto college. Originally dr ramani wanted to be an engineer but because her family refuses support her in this engineering seen as a man's job she moved on to study medicine and focused on being a pediatrician wasn't long after she graduated that she started volunteering at a hospital in eastern gupta but the hospital which at the time was currently under construction was attacked and seized which forced the small staff to be moved to an underground unfinished building. Later known as the cave we are referring to her as dr armani because that's what she is referred to throughout all the documentaries as well as any other reports so if you're wondering why so. She started her career during the syrian civil war which has been ongoing for over ten years. And has ongoing. It's still happening. The war has wreaked havoc and tragedy throughout the country killing over three hundred eighty thousand people. All two hundred five thousand. Three hundred people are missing. Presumed dead at least fifty. Five percent of syrians have been displaced since two thousand eleven and has twenty twenty one at least thirteen point. Four million people inside of syria needed some sort of humanitarian assistance including more than twelve million. Heure strong for food and from malnourishment including half a million children and though medical facilities are supposed to be under protected status there have been at least five hundred ninety five attacks on three hundred fifty different facilities which had and deaths of at least nine hundred and twenty three medical personnel and one who was actually featured on documentary as well and had left only half of the medical facilities operational This is all according to the physicians of human

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Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse

"Duggar has really dug himself into very deep dark hole The thirty three year old was arrested in arkansas on thursday without bail on child pornography charges now. His name may sound familiar to you. If you have seen or heard of the t. s. t. l. c. show nineteen kids and counting. And then the following show counting on He is the eldest child of parents. Michelle and jim bob. Duggar the show focused on the life of the duggar. Family who are devout. Baptists and frequently discuss a values of purity modesty and their faith in god. The doug avoid birth control thing they have decided to allow god to determine the number of children that they have which kinda ties into the title of the show. All of the children are home. Schooled and access to entertainment such as movies and television is very limited to them The duggar family has also used quote. Blanket time end quote which is a controversial practice with their children that is basically chaperoned courtship. I'm which the couple becomes acquainted only in a group setting so little odd but On may twenty second twenty fifteen. Tlc suspended the series when the duckers eldest son josh the one that was just arrested publicly apologized for having acted inexcusably following reports that he molested five years including some of his sisters by fondling them.

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Protests erupt in London against Police brutality and murder

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:48 min | 4 months ago

Protests erupt in London against Police brutality and murder

"London's metropolitan. Police department is under scrutiny. For the way offices handled some participants at an unofficial vigilant saturday nights for a london woman whose death led to murder charges against a fellow officer and spurred a national conversation about violence against women in the uk. Hundreds of people disregarded a judge's ruling and police requests by gathering at clapham. Common in honor of sarah everard who was last seen alive near the south london park on march third demonstrators said. They wanted to draw attention to the fear and danger. Many women see as a daily part of british life thirty three year. Old everard disappeared while walking home from a friend's apartment at about ten thirty pm and was found dead a week later the slaying sent shockwaves across the uk. Because a metropolitan police officer is charged with kidnapping and murder. Video of saturday's informal vigil turned rally showed offices from the same police force tussling with politics as they push their way through the crowd at one point. Several male offices grabbed hold of several women and pulled them away in handcuffs to screaming and shouting from on lookers. The gathering happened hours after london. Constable wayne cousins appeared in court for the first time since his arrest in everard staff in the wake of ever odds disappearance and killing. Many women have taken to social media to share their own experiences of being threatened or attacked whilst walking outside the metropolitan police. Commissioner cressida dig has been called upon to resign in the wake of the police response to the protest.

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UK policeman charged with woman's murder appears in court

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

UK policeman charged with woman's murder appears in court

"A serving British police officer accused of the kidnap and murder of a woman in London has appeared in court for the first time when cousins is charged with kidnapping and killing thirty three year old Sarah Everard who went missing it while walking home from a friend's apartment in south London on the evening of March the third the case has sparked a national outcry and the Metropolitan Police has expressed anger and shock the one of his own was arrested for the crime the force had cousins to join its ranks in two thousand and eighteen and most recently served in the parliamentary and diplomatic protection compound an armed unit responsible for guarding London embassies and parliament there is shockingly London

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Police Officer Is Arrested Over London Woman’s Disappearance

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:17 min | 4 months ago

Police Officer Is Arrested Over London Woman’s Disappearance

"Top story on on all of the. Uk's newspapers the morning has been the disappearance and murder of the thirty three year old. London woman sierra eve rod so all of the papers of lead with us obviously. This is a massive story. Not just because. I'm a woman has who was walking home at about nine o'clock at night disappeared and now it remains have been found but the fact that the person who has been charged or arrested and charged with kidnapping amid is assuming police officer. Sorry of course you know this becomes more than a story just about crime at become. It's become the story about Women's saif can we trust the police. These these wider issues. That you know mike. People feel really uncomfortable. And in quite skiers and i think the the coverage is being really interesting around that this morning. The for instance. The times with the headline police insist women's saif discovered so not just about what. What's actually developing in the case but focusing on this wider issue of our women scf. Can they walk at home by themselves. Inc can can trust police. You know the people who are tasked with protecting us. I was so i think it's really interesting. Just looking at this coverage. And i think that will will notice this more as the story continues to develop in the uk and in london the different way that news newspapers a pulling together these stories with the headlines they choose the pitches they choose and which pitches they decide to give 'em you know the prominence to so you know. Some newspapers decided to go along with a picture of sierra. Which is usually what you would expect. You know. Today you put the front seemed to but then some other newspapers like the daily telegraph for instance. Actually with a huge picture of this police officer. Who's been arrested and a very very small thumbnail picture of sierra. And so. I think it's going to be really interesting watching. In this case we at we at prominence is given in folkestone as at the victim as the perpetrator

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Texas prices for lodging, necessities skyrocket amid storm

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Texas prices for lodging, necessities skyrocket amid storm

"Hundreds of people have filed complaints in Texas about price gouging including hotel rooms being offered for a thousand dollars a night so many in Texas seven Jordan usual freezing conditions with power outages and water disruptions as well and they'll summer complaining about getting gouged by unscrupulous business people some gas stations of up their prices and bottled water is being sold at triple the normal rate thirty three year old to Sean Walker says he was quoted four hundred seventy four dollars for an extended stay unit in a Dallas suburb he was just trying to get warm and asked why would they up the rates in the middle of a crisis when people should be helping each other miseries governors called for an investigation in his state of a sudden increase in natural gas prices hi Jackie Quinn

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Emotional Maps And Mind Body Integrated therapy

Thinking Like A Genius Podcast

06:28 min | 6 months ago

Emotional Maps And Mind Body Integrated therapy

"Beverly thank you very much for coming on the podcast episode on quite happy that we've been able to shed gillette time to have the interview. We started talking about this on a forum. Forward to geogra- photon full balloon. Second brian and we started talking about the psychology side of things in how the brain processes things in various Topics we dogged in. And i decided to get you on because i wanted to find out more about some of the work that you're doing have got a specific interest. In how the brain processes information. But i'd like to find out more information about also how emotions play a key role in how the body processes information. You came out with some really interesting information of that and then also dive into some of the things that you're talking about the neural maps in and some of the biotechnology. So if you can start tell the listeners. A bit more about yourself. And then we'll dive into some of the questions for first of all thank you lance for me. It's really an honor to the on your podcast. A little bit about. I have been a mind body. Integrative therapist for over thirty three years in private practice in santa fe new mexico. And my buddy. Integrative therapist is an umbrella term that i developed quite a while ago to encompass all the different aspects of what i do my licenses etc cetera. So i'm a clinical counselor. And i'm a body worker manual therapists and i'm a naturopathic doctor and i also not for thirty three years but since two thousand and thirteen or thereabouts have been doing bio energetically in working to map the bio energetic field. So i work with clients. My specialty is and has been in trauma. Big t. little t and but it all boils down to helping people. Release the grip of that old patterning on their brain behavior of their perceptions emotions eccentric cetera. And so i've also studied a lot about the way. The brain works the way the brain patterns information and i've developed some ways of really beginning to change some of those old well warm neuro trackways that it's like the maps that we follow our default. I've really been able to help a lot of my clients. Get free of those old patterns and develop new trackways new pathways of behavior perception ways of experiencing themselves in the world in the world in relation to themselves so this quite a lot of topics. And there's quite a lot of information in that introduction. It's not a bad thing. I think this much interesting information in there. Which i think can be really valuable because i've been doing a lot of research on how brian processes out learns how things have subconscious ties into behaviors and also cognitive biases. The reason why. I wanted to get you on his actually find out more about the the areas that you're looking into specifically to actually find out how you change the mapping. That's quite a tricky thing to do. Because obviously when you start dealing with subconscious you talking about a lot of strongly program behaviors and they tied very deeply into emotional state and also the motions because i said tightly integrated it's quite interesting to to see how you're able to change that. I think we can. We can probably have a lot of really about just that part of it so the first thing wanted to find out a bit more is your research. How did you get involved with it. And what have you learned from that. That bioenergetics youth so years ago. There was a series of conferences being held in santa fe called science and consciousness. And i would go to those conferences and partake in a lot of the different programs offered for of years scientists from russia youth constituting caracal was invited to speak and he would show his equipment and equipment. I'm using the guests. Discharge visualization electron photonic imaging system and he would present the research teams doing spatially like like measuring and mapping the energetics and different sacred sites and the research that they were doing in hospitals and clinics universities etc etc and i was fascinated by that and determine that one way or another i would eventually get that equipment and start doing my own research and use it with clients and just not my own interests and in two thousand thirteen. I did manage to get a camera. And it's a camera equipment that there's a lot of different aspects because they have the professional system they use it in hospitals and clinics in russia about sixty to other countries. It's scientific research quality equipment and it comes with a very sophisticated suite of software based on different algorithms that have been tested and retested and to healthy years mostly in russia and and what it allows me to do is i can. Test spatial feels the effects of our energy. Thoughts are feelings. Different things that are providing em- put into a space a room and environment and see the effects of that. I can contest the same facts in water. Which is quite an amazing recorder and actually also transmitter works two ways and most importantly i can task. What's going on in individuals and this equipment enables me to be able to test the second emotional field which the russians referred to as the informational feel for very important reasons and also the the physical field. The functional energy of all the organs. How well they're working etc etcetera.

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Jeff Bezos to step down as Amazon CEO, Andy Jassy to take over in Q3

Techmeme Ride Home

03:17 min | 6 months ago

Jeff Bezos to step down as Amazon CEO, Andy Jassy to take over in Q3

"He have probably heard by now that jeff bezos is stepping down from his role. As ceo of amazon will be transitioning to the role of executive chairman. This will happen in q. Three of this year at which point. Aws ceo andy. Jesse will become the new ceo of amazon bezos. Wants everyone to know. This is not a retirement in a letter to employees basis. Wrote quote as much as i still tap dance into the office. I am excited about this transition. Millions of customers depend on us for our services and more than a million employees depend on us for their livelihoods. Being the ceo of amazon is a deep responsibility and it's consuming when you have a responsibility like that it's hard to put attention on anything else as exact chair. I will stay engaged in important amazon initiatives but also have the time and energy. I need to focus on the day. One fund the basis earth fund blue origin. The washington post and my other passions. I've never had more energy and this isn't about retiring. I'm super passionate about the impact. I think these organizations can have amazon. Couldn't be better positioned for the future. We are firing on all cylinders. Just as the world needs us to we have things in the pipeline that will continue to astonish. we serve individuals and enterprises and we've pioneered to complete industries and a whole new class of devices. We are leaders in areas as varied as machine learning and logistics and if an amazonian idea requires yet another new institutional skill. We're flexible enough and patient enough to learn it and quote quoting cnbc. Amazon's chief financial officer. Brian ozaki said on a media. Call that the executive change was decided in consultation. With amazon's board of directors he said basis will remain very involved and have his fingerprints on lots of different parts of the company. Said jesse is a visionary leader who will bring his own skill set but that amazon expects a lot of continuity with the transition and quote. Yes the pr message from across the board is that basil's is still going to be involved with cool things at amazon things like new projects. New products strategic initiatives. that's very common for founders of these big companies. Say twenty years into them. Eventually you only want to do the fun stuff. Not the dirty stuff of running a huge operation day to day. Same thing happened. To larry and sergei at google they transitioned to their moon shots and other baths before drifting out the door entirely. I'll point out. That bill gates stepped down as ceo of microsoft. Thirty three years after the founding of that company amazon is only twenty six years old by comparison and yet gates was only fifty three when he retired bays fifty seven. I'm not saying fifty seven old by any means. But i didn't know that that was his age. All's i'm saying is if you're the richest man on earth depending on the day the sort of thing makes sense around this stage of life right. I also think it's worth pointing out as several people have been pointing out and as you'll hear again in a second that if we define the tech oligarchy as apple google amazon microsoft and facebook facebook is the only one of the big five to still be run by its founder. The rest are either in their second regime or even a generation or two beyond that

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Jeff Bezos to leave Amazon CEO post after 27 years, become executive chair

Techmeme Ride Home

03:12 min | 6 months ago

Jeff Bezos to leave Amazon CEO post after 27 years, become executive chair

"He have probably heard by now that jeff bezos is stepping down from his role. As ceo of amazon will be transitioning to the role of executive chairman. This will happen in q. Three of this year at which point. Aws ceo andy. Jesse will become the new ceo of amazon bezos. Wants everyone to know. This is not a retirement in a letter to employees basis. Wrote quote as much as i still tap dance into the office. I am excited about this transition. Millions of customers depend on us for our services and more than a million employees depend on us for their livelihoods. Being the ceo of amazon is a deep responsibility and it's consuming when you have a responsibility like that it's hard to put attention on anything else as exact chair. I will stay engaged in important amazon initiatives but also have the time and energy. I need to focus on the day. One fund the basis earth fund blue origin. The washington post and my other passions. I've never had more energy and this isn't about retiring. I'm super passionate about the impact. I think these organizations can have amazon. Couldn't be better positioned for the future. We are firing on all cylinders. Just as the world needs us to we have things in the pipeline that will continue to astonish. we serve individuals and enterprises and we've pioneered to complete industries and a whole new class of devices. We are leaders in areas as varied as machine learning and logistics and if an amazonian idea requires yet another new institutional skill. We're flexible enough and patient enough to learn it and quote quoting cnbc. Amazon's chief financial officer. Brian ozaki said on a media. Call that the executive change was decided in consultation. With amazon's board of directors he said basis will remain very involved and have his fingerprints on lots of different parts of the company. Said jesse is a visionary leader who will bring his own skill set but that amazon expects a lot of continuity with the transition and quote. Yes the pr message from across the board is that basil's is still going to be involved with cool things at amazon things like new projects. New products strategic initiatives. that's very common for founders of these big companies. Say twenty years into them. Eventually you only want to do the fun stuff. Not the dirty stuff of running a huge operation day to day. Same thing happened. To larry and sergei at google they transitioned to their moon shots and other baths before drifting out the door entirely. I'll point out. That bill gates stepped down as ceo of microsoft. Thirty three years after the founding of that company amazon is only twenty six years old by comparison and yet gates was only fifty three when he retired bays fifty seven. I'm not saying fifty seven old by any means. But i didn't know that that was his age. All's i'm saying is if you're the richest man on earth depending on the day the sort of thing makes sense around this stage of life right. I also think it's worth pointing out as several people have been pointing out and as you'll hear again in a second that if we define the tech oligarchy as apple google amazon microsoft and facebook facebook is the only one of the big five to still be run by its founder.

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Department store chain Belk filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Department store chain Belk filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting department store chain Belk is filing for chapter eleven bankruptcy the Belk department store chain is filing for chapter eleven bankruptcy in a news release private equity firm sycamore partners said belt will continue with normal operations as it goes through bankruptcy according to the Charlotte observer the one hundred thirty three year old department store chain has struggled during the corona virus pandemic the bankruptcy plan will allow bell to shed about four hundred fifty million dollars of debt and it expects to emerge from bankruptcy by the end of February based in North Carolina Belk has nearly three hundred stores in sixteen southeastern states hi Mike Rossio

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"thirty three years" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on 710 WOR

"He served thirty three years in prison, and has always maintained his innocence. It's belief that John Jones, the man who cops say killed the teenage girl died in two thousand six President Trump strongly disagrees with the house speaker's opinion, that he committed impeachable defense, walked out of a bipartisan meeting on infrastructure, planning, the White House today as we hear from correspondent Mary Bruce before heading to the White House speaker Nancy Pelosi took a direct shot at President Trump. And we believe the president of the United States is engaged in a cover up furious that the president refuses to cooperate with congressional investigations Pelosi is under mounting pressure from Democrats to impeach back at the White House. The president was watching he made Pelosi and democratic leaders wait for their scheduled meeting on infrastructure arriving late. He shook no hands and immediately let loose on the speaker calling. Her comments terrible transit officials are searching for people. They say have been going on trains, pulling emergency brakes and jumping off causing major delays. New York City transit. President antibi- says the problems been going on for some time causing disruptions. Now, the agency is concentrating its efforts on finding those responsible ficials say the break polar is actually have a key that unlocks panel with break can be accessed. And they jump off the trains, only to repeat their actions. It happened several times Tuesday night on the number two and three subway lines NYPD responding to concerns over costs and overtime as mayor de Blasio travels with security detail. Counterterrorism Commissioner John Miller says they are carefully managing the situation, but that he has a notice anything over the top for three guards to OT, the work, typically seventeen our tours that in general, the team with the, you know, the day and night with the mayor and travel that can get complicated. If somebody goes into a third day. Well, he went on to say protecting the mayor of New York City is always the NYPD response. Ability, whether traveling for vacation conferences, or even campaigns some of questioned mayor Bazi decision not to hire private security, during his campaign travels, newly elected congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez says growing collie flower and community gardens is like colonialism in a video posted to her Instagram account. Akasa Cortez said many people, don't appreciate community gardens because they don't grow foods familiar to many emigrants you're doing that you're taking a colonial.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"I mean, I was thirty three years old. My resume was filled with basically Persian rug merchant. And sometimes freelance correspondent it wasn't like Google or any of the other tech shop, which is. Right. Exactly. So so I I made a very calculated decision, and I moved to I moved to Tehran ten years ago this month, and you move there at a very very eventful time the election campaign going on that turned out to be one of historic proportion. I will be the first minute that I didn't think that that campaign and the election in two thousand nine which is still being contested. Nobody including me predicted how that would go. And what moment would be and also what kind of career opening. It would be for me. I started writing about that campaign set it up for us talk. Yeah. So, you know, this is may of two thousand and nine Mahmoud Almodena, John. We all remember was running for his second term in office. There was a reformist candidate who. Was building up a lot of steam in popularity Iranian. Electoral cycles are thankfully much shorter than ours. Yeah. It's about three weeks. So a lot happens in a very short period of time. And it became clear that I'm John was probably gonna lose. And on the night of the election. It was announced that he won in a landslide. And nobody still accepts that decision. So there were massive straight Chicago elections used to be. You said it not. I'm a local I can get away with that. So, you know, the protests began very quickly and spiral out of control. And I was there to cover them from the ground. And it really opened up an opportunity for me that I hadn't had before. And in the five years after that, I was never out of work. I want to ask you about that. Because I was sitting in the White House during that period, we just taken office, and there was a lot. There were a lot of discussions about how best to respond to events there. And the president was counseled to react in a way that was low key. So as not to be come a focus of the regime's attention in anger, so they couldn't depict the reform movement. As a tool of the American government was that the right thing to do. Look, I think we can make a lot of fresh decisions in hindsight. And I know that the administration took a lot of heat for for not being more vocal at at the moment. The reality is that for the past forty years thirty thirty years up to that point. We had very few windows into what was actually going on in Iran. If you think back to the Cold War and our relationship or non relationship with Soviet Union. We always had reporters on the ground. We had diplomats on the ground, and we had better intelligence. And I think that that was a moment where we were caught flat footed, right? We didn't expect that to happen. And the response, I think could have been more vocal in support of reformers, but how could you have known what the right thing to do was in that moment without a cadre of. Diplomats and other professionals telling you what's going on on the ground. Yeah. Well, I guess that's what the and other organizations are there for but. And let's make it clear. I wasn't working for them. I understand. We're gonna get to that. Yes. Exactly. How many times did you say that? You were asked to and I don't wanna be. Think we ought to point out. It's very hard to penetrate. Some of these closed societies. And and you know, so I I don't wanna there's been enough denigration of the intelligence community lately. I don't wanna join in that. But you you talked about there was a lot of heat on the administration. There was a lot of heat on you after that election. You got called into the state security office. And what was the message? You were given the message that I was given was we can't work anymore. You gonna stop shut it down. You should leave the country. And I was there an explanation for why? Or was it obvious? I mean, it was fairly obvious. We don't want coverage of what's happening here and to if you stay bad things might happen. And.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Thirty three years expect what happened just the the rabbi who started the hubbub of power play synagogue in the San Diego suburb more than three decades ago recalled locking eyes with a gunman yesterday. Turn around. And I see a site that I under spry babil here is a young man standing with the rifle. Pointing right at me. And I look at him. He had sunglasses on I couldn't see his eyes. Couldn't see it. So the rabbis right injects fingers shot off. He wrapped it with a prayer shawl another man and a little girl also wounded they're out of the hospital, but sixty year old Laurie K was killed her physician husband tried unsuccessfully to revive her. Rabbi Goldstein said Laurie took a bullet for all of us. Nineteen year old a murder suspect. John Ernest of San Diego is now facing murder attempted murder and hate crime charges. This just in five men who were trapped overnight in a cave in south West Virginia being rescued a sixth man managed to get out early this morning and call for help. We are learning all that one of the men now have been rescued a sudden heavy rainfall stranded, the men three walked out of fourth man needed assistance. They're being treated for trauma, hypothermia and exhaustion a freshman at Seattle Pacific university. He identified as one of four people killed yesterday. When a crane collapsed crushing six cars below on.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

The Atheist Experience

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on The Atheist Experience

"Tryst secular one for about thirty three years finally gave his life the Lord. And now he has a killing ministry, and you know, he praised the way cheeses praise the way teams that Matthew, and I was really skeptical. You know, I'm a minister now, I have a horse therapy program that I'm developing and so forth and for autistic, kids know, Terry bad, and I'm practical guy like you don't tangible things because people can see it feel it experience. It's real. So what hospital does this faith you working? I'm not sure what had by the practice. I think he did. I'm not mistaken it. He's a hardcore Christianity dot com. His name is brother, Mike. I gotta tell you that. The the words hardcore Christianity dot com does not instill any confidence in me. I don't blame me. Hopefully, hopefully, this testimony will like you said if you wanna talk to all the family medical care about testimony if he's healing people. Then I'm gonna see results we will see an this this happened and number of times. I mean, people that go to work for the big faith healers like a. The oral Roberts, for example. He had one of his security people's that who he wanted confirmation that you know, when these people come up in the wheelchairs, and then they get healed. And they walk off the stage. He wants confirmation that those people actually lived for years in those wheelchairs before they got up and walked off stage. He wanted documentation these miracles were really happening. And eventually, of course oral Roberts. Finally, gets heats his concedes to give an answer and says there's a lot of exaggeration in this business. Which tells me all I really need to know apart from the fact that we don't have any documentation that anybody ever actually faith heels amputees or paraplegics, you know, people that have damage to the spinal cord and her stuck in a wheelchair. And then they suddenly get up and walk that does not really happen from faith healers. So we exactly what documentation do we have that any faith healer ever, actually healed? Anybody? The the premise of what you're saying. Right. There is the problem is if we go by the word of the bible, it's not which we should not ever do. Right. It's not further. Mike did the hailing. It was genius. Okay. So what documentation do we have that your favorite first, century Palestinian, rabbi, ever, healed anybody? I have a quick question. Like, a quick point because I was married and my spouse that the time had a super super advanced form of a very deadly form of cancer, and he went through the standard treatment and it failed. And we were told by the on colleges, I have nothing more to offer. And so we went into a research trial, and I just wanna plug angel flights..

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"thirty three years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The weary blessed release would we passed to the kingdom of peace when free from the heartaches that on earth we must share we'll say goodnight here but good morning of there and so while the body of the christian sleeps in the dormitory his spirit has gone to be with the lord paul tells us to be absent from the body is to be at home with the lord so we as christians sorrow not as those who have no hope for if we believe that jesus died and rose again even so also them that are foolish sleep in christ will god bring with him david served generation then fell asleep but if david this generation fell asleep and we serve our generation fall asleep what generation does jesus serve considering the fact that he also fell asleep on the cross his life span in the flesh was about thirty three years the difference in the in the lord and us is that although jesus serve his generation and fell asleep he also rose from the dead and has served every generation says that time jesus serves this generation of the twenty first century shirley he served the apostles in their generation in the first century there were many that profited from the message paul preached that day they even told paul they would like to hear him again the next sabbath day so he preached the same sermon all over again the next week to a crowd that included almost everybody in town ladies and gentlemen there are many truths in the word of god that needs to be preached over and over again we need to use the hammer of the word of god the pound the truth into our.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on The Frame

"I your fancy that's just i mean friends said lizzy his favorite clip all thirty three years of shows and i know why because in a way it's fred at his best which is looking at something difficult and making us understand how to normalize it you know something like having handicapped children on your tv show he did it numerous times not just that one time and to this day how many handicapped kids do you see on tv you know very few to none so for him i think that's really kind of why he was put on television why he was put on earth was for moments like that what are the things that i had forgotten is that he tried to make an adult version of his show called old friends new friends what was the motivation behind that and how did it turn out i think he he thought he could broaden be audience and investigate other things are interesting to him and the show old friends new friends he two seasons of it it's actually a fascinating series and he did up with milton berle and hoagy carmichael on you know neurosurgeon and all kinds of went to jail but the show was a failure and i thought a lot about why that is part of it is i think kids are really really good at saying exactly what they are thinking or expressing exactly how they're feeling and i think as we grow up we learn to mask our feelings and hide our intentions that's part of what being an adult is for better worse and fred had no tolerance for any of that fred always spoke to you very directly with laser focus and would cut through whatever shields you had up and i think a lot of adults just were uncomfortable with it i think they just couldn't handle somebody being that emotionally direct in that time as he was one of the things that i found kind of odd odd is that there was a strain of criticism about mister rogers in about fred rogers which was kind of tied to entitlement and i guess in its simplest form the idea that he would say that every kid has special just for being who they are with somehow really uncomfortable for a lot of people to grasp and understand and appreciate yet there was a certain amount of kind of op ed speak that that basically had a very simplistic critique the millennials were now a an title generation because mr rogers told them they were special and i think where they all missed the point is that it was never about expressing that everybody was entitled to worth it was about protecting kids from feeling worthless and understanding that we all have some purpose here that we all should respect ourselves enough and that was really it was looking out for the people who felt powerless and for children that felt that they had nobody else looking out for them and that's something he's he finally defined in the last speech he ever gave his last commencement address it's not the honors and the prizes and the fancy outsides of life which ultimately nourish our souls it's the knowing that we can be trusted that we never have to fear the truth that the bedrock of our lives from which we make our choices is very good stuff it's very difficult to watch your documentary and not be moved to tears a lot of people in the office who watched it did the same thing you knew exactly what they were watching they started dabbing cheeks and i think even happen when the trailer dropped so what is it about mister rogers that moves people to tears what do you think is behind that i wish i could bottle it i don't know it's i have a lot about it and the film still gets me emotional you know even as we were finishing the film watching it back again and again we kept getting emotional watching it and i think part of it is that those of us who grew up with him had a connection with him the predates almost anything else in our life you know next to our family members it's probably the oldest relationship we have and there's something about spending time with him that asks us to revisit a part of ourselves we haven't visited a very very long time our own i guess you could call it inner child but there's something about the directness with which he speaks like a said he had that laser focus in his way of cutting through all the adult filters and shields and getting right.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Thirty three years of age i'm doing radio with yeah that's a strong side i read that in walk in fifteen years in nba man light life is tough person but the andrey jordan takes a one year deal i think he gets he gets the max for one year delight white howard as much as you want to say about the wider not even wants him in the past market i'm i'm not mistaken dwight howard walks into at least thirty to fifty million dollars adamant i i think the white howard is his own his own problem like i just think dwight howard is a guy that because of what he's done because of his antics because of his locker room stuff that teams don't want him around talent wise he's a worthy of being in the nba to be a big player on a team yeah but but but in the past issues or not he walks into thirty to fifty million dollars we've seen it before my right i mean now teams are are trading just to unload him and then he goes to a new team and they don't want any part of that so nobody wants to wait howard and but i don't wanna make this dwight howard problem yes the white hey do i ain't helped himself all right i'm not sure code met but in this era you don't even take a risk on a guy like the white where you would in a pass bookie injured or not he and have the money on the table and that's a guy of healthy is the best center v center in our league clint cappella then just blindfolded lee sign a max contract when you have a guy young talented athletic you won with them the center piece get it center center precinct that center piece of your team and excel my gosh come on he size amac contract blindfolded and in today's era he's waiting out he's doing santa emojis on the internet what's wrong day what's up with that they don't like us big is but it's not a senator driven league right now and it hasn't been for a while i mean who is the best setter in the nba right now joel embiid and he and he can go outside and shoot the three that's a good point right so great traditional back to the basket post up look look at all the big guys right i mean the andre jordan center but he has absolutely no offensive game christos porzingas is a big guy but his game is predicated on the outside you look around any of these guys they are able to take fifteen eighteen feet the center shoot better than than than ben simmons does in this game right now yes they do well the centers that get paid if you're center that doesn't shoot they're not paying you they're just not paying their negative they're not gonna make that commitment and and what's tough is that when you play the five position five being center that is one two three four five i'm sure you guys get that you gotta be able to switch on screens you have to have the ability of we're talking about winning to go out and guard lebron james you have to be able to go out and guarded steph curry oni switch otherwise it's going to be it i don't wanna say gonna be it's incredibly hard for you to play in today's nba nets why teams are struggling because the ultimate goal is what dave you are you going to be last year you're gonna be you're gonna for the you're going for the gold right now obviously everyone's trying to do going for the goal to right now if you're a sinner that can't do it you can't switch out if you hadn't taken away one thing from the the last two or three golden state and cleveland nba finals that's how you gotta play that's why guy like tristan thompson has a lot of value you can you can switch out he can do a lot of those little things i it's true he can defend the point guard if on a switch can rebound the ball but y centers that score how many centers score in this league now known cannot five i bet you there's not five centers who are legitimate scores in this league right now percentage wise if you drop the ball down on the block is not a winning basketball shot and i want i want you to hear this i don't wanna say theory but a.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Thirty three years of age i'm doing radio with yeah that's a strong side i read that in walk in fifteen years in nba man light life is tough person but the andrey jordan takes a one year deal i think he gets he gets the max for one year delight white howard as much as you want to say about the wider not even wants him in the past market i'm i'm not mistaken dwight howard walks into at least thirty to fifty million dollars adamant i i think the white howard is his own his own problem like i just think dwight howard is a guy that because of what he's done because of his antics because of his locker room stuff that teams don't want him around talent wise he's a worthy of being in the nba to be a big player on a team yeah but but but in the past issues or not he walks into thirty to fifty million dollars we've seen it before my right i mean now teams are are trading just to unload him and then he goes to a new team and they don't want any part of that so nobody wants to wait howard and but i don't wanna make this dwight howard problem yes the white hey do i ain't helped himself all right i'm not sure code met but in this era you don't even take a risk on a guy like the white where you would in a pass bookie injured or not he and have the money on the table and that's a guy of healthy is the best center v center in our league clint cappella then just blindfolded lee sign a max contract when you have a guy young talented athletic you won with them the center piece get it center center precinct that center piece of your team and excel my gosh come on he size amac contract blindfolded and in today's era he's waiting out he's doing santa emojis on the internet what's wrong day what's up with that they don't like us big is but it's not a senator driven league right now and it hasn't been for a while i mean who is the best setter in the nba right now joel embiid and he and he can go outside and shoot the three that's a good point right so great traditional back to the basket post up look look at all the big guys right i mean the andre jordan center but he has absolutely no offensive game christos porzingas is a big guy but his game is predicated on the outside you look around any of these guys they are able to take fifteen eighteen feet the center shoot better than than than ben simmons does in this game right now yes they do well the centers that get paid if you're center that doesn't shoot they're not paying you they're just not paying their negative they're not gonna make that commitment and and what's tough is that when you play the five position five being center that is one two three four five i'm sure you guys get that you gotta be able to switch on screens you have to have the ability of we're talking about winning to go out and guard lebron james you have to be able to go out and guarded steph curry oni switch otherwise it's going to be it i don't wanna say gonna be it's incredibly hard for you to play in today's nba nets why teams are struggling because the ultimate goal is what dave you are you going to be last year you're gonna be you're gonna for the you're going for the gold right now obviously everyone's trying to do going for the goal to right now if you're a sinner that can't do it you can't switch out if you hadn't taken away one thing from the the last two or three golden state and cleveland nba finals that's how you gotta play that's why guy like tristan thompson has a lot of value you can you can switch out he can do a lot of those little things i it's true he can defend the point guard if on a switch can rebound the ball but y centers that score how many centers score in this league now known cannot five i bet you there's not five centers who are legitimate scores in this league right now percentage wise if you drop the ball down on the block is not a winning basketball shot and i want i want you to hear this i don't wanna say theory but a.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Of his former treasurers is going away for thirty three years which is a fairly undignified look even if he had nothing to do with knew nothing about it truly just of quit of course i mean he should have done because we knew about this corruption scandals for awhile you know it was not a surprise for anyone but you know for some reason roy managed to keep to to be in power i was very surprised that he managed to survive for so long and interesting about pedro sanchez as often you'll be very weak leader because let's be honest the socialists a not doing that well even they're kind of allies put them was a little bit they don't have a great relationship so it's very fragile as well and if i will be paid through a would be calling election at least by the end of the year as well okay well let's look now at the united states the president of which is presently attempting to engage the country and he's singularly fat headed discussion of what constitutes proper language among television comedians following the dismissal of roseanne barr by abc for the tweeting of obnoxious racist conspiracy dnc president and trump is now arguing for similar sanction to be imposed upon cement the be who called his daughter a name has himself reportedly cold other women on occasions several trump in both cases has been at pains to make it clear that in this row about the use of racist and misogynist terminology the real victim is a white man i e him ben first of all the case they are trying to make against cement the be who has apologized for their concerted roseanne barr are is it comparable no of course it's not comparable and and i know that we expressed disbelief about the president of the united states a roughly once a now i slow our actually want i have to say that that it's it is absolutely astonishing that we are at this position where we've got someone in such a powerful position who doesn't simply does not or absolutely refuses to have any grip what so ever on what the concept of racism actually is and the fact that he's got up on television or.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

The Successful Encore Career Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on The Successful Encore Career Podcast

"Okay actually i have been just celebrated thirty three years at the age goodness at some point when i first started i realized with these aging baby boomers there was going to be a lot of interest in senior employment and so it just started as the silver sonam e started the age wave and we've been engaged since and it no the name of our agency was just changed bandage aging and it's fanta jazz in vantage point and we really looked at how people regard each ing and we wanted to take very positive approach times agents looked at as a problem something you have to other avoid or fix well and that's why never liked that term silver sue nami because to me as soon nami is destructive and i'm like we're anything but destructive we baby boomers have been building the world for a long time and probably age wave if you have to call it something true that's true oh one focus we have at eff and for the podcast is to give armature seekers new look at their next career path we featured several encore careerists and and i understand the vantage has a full service on core program in northeast ohio i give some details on that and the plans for central ohio adele couple years ago the cleveland foundation started an initiative called encore cleveland and it had to do with funding groups of programming that can tackle the encore program because encore is really started kind of on the coast or some encore programs on the east coast and also really started up on the west coast with with a program that really tried to channel volunteers to vary.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Clyde barrow was romantic sized in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven movie starring faye dunaway and warren beatty but thirty three years before that chances are the folks in stuart iowa were hardly starstruck when the real life bear came to town on april sixteenth nineteen thirty four bonnie and clyde and their barrow gang robbed the first national bank in stuart it turned out to be the last full blown bank robbery the gang pulled off bonnie and clyde were part of three thefts from banks in iowa that year the first was in nira man calhoun county on february first then came the stewart robbery and on may third a bank office in everley in clay county was robbed by the pair at the time of the stuart robbery bonnie was twenty three years old while clyde had just turned twenty five they themselves were ambushed and killed by police on may twenty third nineteen thirty four in louisiana you can see the spot of the crime today as white lettering on a darkened upper story window reminds you of the location of bonnie and clyde last bank robbery which happened in stewart on this date in nineteen thirty four and that's iowa almanac i'm jeff stein on newsradio ten forty who this was a major breach of trust when the product is free then you're the one being sold and and i'm really sorry that this happened but around here we're sharing our data with you get more information from the talk radio representative the data you want the info you need and we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on WCHS

"All company and one with them for thirty three years are you a player no law lotta lot of hard work and know basically though every month i'm guessing you put money in your 401 k and mutual funds yeah on sunday to put it this way the bulk of it and this meeting lasts twelve thirteen years since i've been on my own and so uh huh we we always a constant tension between the spending in my inclination to put it back and you don't play for tomorrow but you said that ended twelve thirteen years ago when i was able to looking like pretty nice it nice dig so you started in your 50s and a lot of it happened in your fifties and sixties and you're saying yes the of course i was i was with a high into the income scale by the end of my income scale what what's the most you ever made no probably close to three hundred okay was there last few years up until until ten years ago i've never mike over a hundred thousand outside very cool congratulations sir your great american hero you are a millionaire starting from nothing you're prove that can be done i love talking to guys like you thanks for sharing the details of that and let me interview you for a moment very very inspiring merry christmas to you sir dave we appreciate your man all right thanks to our james child's our producer blake thompson is our executive producer kelly daniels is our social producer and phone screener i am dave ramsey your host we'll be back with you before you know it in the meantime remember there's ultimately.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of the players better taking removed fine start a real guy alive about what they perceive to be fair showing job yeah you know everybody's out there talking about you know killing poli fan not standing for the flag of which my nephew cannot thirty three years in retired colonel uh just a couple of years ago and and could fever back going on his may need to i really wanna know what are they doing in the off eat them can you now i think most athletes look if you play football by the time the season's over your body's beaten up pretty bad at least m all the players that i've ever talked to over the years so they spent a lot of time in recovery meaning physically they got to recover they all do and rehab they're all do and strength training i mean they've got up that listen they they've got a big job and it's a fulltime job lot of them duke work in the community god bless a they do a lot of good work in the community and i got exactly you know so i i applaud them for that um i also would tell you that that look it's a very short career at short live but this a million people that want their jobs and i just think that at some point they keep doing the new got up pissed off the fans to the point the fans are just going too slowly kids that that viewership was gonna or road and there's gonna be a point where i guess you know there are people going to watch football no matter what but that audience is going to be lower and the nfl has been a huge judge moneymaker and everyone's going to talk about all the brakes that they get in terms of a we the taxpayers end up funding their stadiums we fund they're rebuilding fund their new stadium we've on their domes that they they play it i don't think i think there's going to be a lot more resistance over the years to pay anything for any of these things in their there could be an argument made that it's good financially for an individual community.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on KKAT

"Of a thirty three year sentence for a botched armed robbery in las vegas when he laughed the boat per person he come back and apparently third i go in 10 corresponded pulver cabinet in las vegas simpson was granted parole the july with today set as his earliest possible release date a week and a half after hurricane maria hit millions of people are waking up today and puerto rico without electricity or fresh water correspondent leyla santiago was there renault has thirty percent of the communication infrastructure restored so still a hard power just a to reach family members president trump is planning to visit the us territory on tuesday 95 percent of puerto ricans remained without power this morning saturday night live opened a new season last night with actor alec baldwin in the opening sketch returning to his portrayal of president trump this time it a phone call with the mayor of san juan puerto rico we're going to give you more helped you will get you immediate they probably by tuesday or wednesday at the latest president that's not good enough you should have paid you bill yes fema takes a few days unless you joy fema prime french willing to open a counterterrorism investigation after two people were killed in an attack today at the main train station in the southern port city of marseille monte hall has died he was the host and cocreator of the longrunning television game show let's make a deal i was a play by play announcer see i have a sports caster i keep the tempo going and be able to address i always prices myself and i'm being very.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of thirty three years for a sentence of a botched robbery as nfl teams take to the field today everyone wonders will players take any during the national anthem president trump tweeted again last night that player should stand out of respect for the country and the american flag saturday night live began its new season last night with alec baldwin once again portraying president trump this get opened with baldwin as the president in a feud with the mayor of san juan puerto rico over aid and recovery efforts in the wake of hurricane maria as president trump continues to endorse the building of a wall at the mexican border a longtime immigration activists is critical of the prototypes contractors have thirty days to complete eight prototypes for president trump's proposed border wall a project that may never be completed play golf broke a trillion dollars they're not in a bit over 2000 morrow war the reverend robin hoover presidential migrants status inc says the prototype zero wasted effort be goes walls to keep people in they don't keep people out why would you build a wall to keep people in the united states when you're goal is to reduce the number of people living in the earned very cure undocumented stephan kaufman cbs news tucson secretary of state rex tillerson says the united states and north korea still are talking despite the recent rhetoric the top diplomat for the united states says washington is maintaining direct channels of communication with north korea amid tensions over the north's nuclear and missile programmes tillerson met this weekend with china's president and other top officials in beijing bill michaels reporting from washington in vermont three adults are charged with using a child to smuggle drugs into the northern stay correctional facility in newport police say the narcotics were carried in by the child and handed to an inmate under the table during a contact visit 34yearolds samantha watson twenty seven year old jason watson and 38yearold chad pick wet of newport vermont are charged jason watson anpac wet both are inmates at the prison las vegas police say they found no evidence that officers mistreated seattle seahawks michael bennett in an incident at a club last month in the video bennett can be heard complaining that an officer threatened him with.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty three year sentence for a botched hotel room highest in las vegas we get more from cbs news steve fireman nearly nine years to the day after this not one conspiracy to commit a crime guilty count team confirmed for the crime kidnapping guilty o j simpson has been released from prison in nevada the release took place this morning just past midnight this was the first day simpson was eligible to be set free the middle of the night release was done to avoid a media circus nevada officials had originally led reporters to believe that simpson would not be released until monday at the url we asked the former football star was found guilty in two thousand eight of armed robbery and kidnapping after trying to retrieve sports memorabilia that he claimed belong to him whereas subsume will be going next is not clear he has said he wants to move to florida that's where he lived before going to prison steve futterman cbs new it is weak now number four of the national football league season and many are anxious to see if there will be more on field protests by players and how fans will be reacting meanwhile one hall of famer is urging players to stand up for the national anthem correspondent alan sky is in dallas with details former dallas cowboys running back emmitt smith says he understands why players are taking a knee but he says the cowboys decision to lock arms last monday night then neil then stand for the anthem shows the team would not actually take a side when you see something bear will use if you see a child molester doors something bad you pick a side you'll spin on events because that in a day you talking about people that have that felix injustice has been done their rights will be taken away a survey commissioned by espn showed nfl fans at split with forty eight percent saying they approve.

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"thirty three years" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"thirty three years" Discussed on WDRC

"Guy who does the voice or did the voice of kermit the frog is in the news because he got fired after twenty seven years disney's replacing him and he took over for jim henson with jim henson died and you know he's greatly disappointed and and you know a not happy and and sorry that he disappointed in did not live up to his mentors standards in all of this and i'm paraphrasing of some of the things he said but you know i would look at it 'cause i've been doing ng this for twenty one almost twenty one years has just this one job uh and and thirty three years in radio it a couple of months if it ended today i would say what i felt all wall is i can't believe you love me do this year for this amalgam sizing megiddo this honestly a far beyond anything that i've ever discern but a or deserved but i i try and earn it you know i try and work hard to you know show that i've at least done the work and be and have a thoughtful approach to the work and uh and gained something from the listeners you said a gary learn something uh every day as well so uh i just wanna say thank you has been twelve great years together and we have to make a twelve more yet and what by the way with all this positively we are still doom don't you people go out and get the identity not now thirteen years has got an iq 25 he yet epa aren't eight six six ninety red eye sent meyer chairman of the world agriculture try outlook board says the latest usta crop reports shoot a mix of impacts for wheat the winter wheat yield which is the bigger portion of the area came in i think probably the higher than trade expectations so there's a little bit more winner wheat now on the other side of that they took down durham and other spring wheat yields he notes this is us teeth i survey based look of durham in spring meets for this year they were low not not maybe in line with great expectations but they were low so which you again have is a mix of yet a little bit more uh winner wheat and a little bit less of the spring wheats and we've seen the.

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