19 Burst results for "Three Oldest"
"three oldest" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"I'm the one who's child can not hold it together during preschool in church and so we very much focused on behavior modification unique to act this way because this is the proper way to do things and in reality i think as we got older and realized this is ridiculous. We're trying to make them be something that makes us reflect well and gives us a good reputation but this isn't working and in the book you point out. It was your three oldest kids when they got into their teen years. You realize you could no longer control them the way you used to work as bribe younger ones with sweets and almost get away with anything as they got older. They started to up the ante. And we realize we're gonna lose this game if we keep going. They're going to have the house they're gonna own. It was wild. They have their own minds. They're pushing and they're they're challenging us to think differently about okay. What are we doing here and should make an adjustment. Was that moment with lance. I think that was the a ha moment that you mentioned what took place in. What grabbed you. So lance was in eighth grade and i spent a year traveling to every wrestling tournament. The kid was in. And i was that dad. That some of you coaches no. You don't want to have that. Data wasn't involved. I was allowed. I was engaged opinionated. A we're gonna call that the nice way to describe it so i tried to be that guy well going into the next year. He signed with play football. And i said my sport here we are. We've arrived at the place so i. I got myself onto the coaching staff. Whole i did. I'm all in i and so that whole summer Him up getting them ready so on the day of his first practice. We're driving to the field them giving him that. Get one for the gipper son. Here's how you're going to play. Here's how you're going to do it. Here's how you're gonna show up. And i sweat and it was august. I like i was spit on the on the steering wheel like it was a it was a good speech leans over. This is a fourteen year old little guy converted. His big dad put his hand on my dad. I just need you to know. I'm not like you. And i'm not gonna play football the same way that you did and i was just awesome. I was shot. It was not. It didn't feel that way at the time right. But in retrospect yeah what are you realize. The i'm not like you and it just one of those moments where you go boy. That came from somewhere deep. There's something in there. That i need to pay attention to and so i spent the next season not just during football season but the next season really evaluating. What did that mean. now. What did you say to him. next. I don't think that's in the book but i'd like to think something like go. Get him son can. Yeah the best. I had was go get him and then i and i. It was coaching. So i got out there. And i was trying to coach and i noticed you know this. This probably wasn't going to be his sport. He was one season and he's like dad. They're hitting me in the head. I and i thought that's the fun part. What we were just wired differently you and me very much and so and so it just caused me to step back and then interestingly enough what i do for a living is i assess people's strengths and so at the time i asked him if he'd be willing to take an assessment and he did and the guy couldn't have been more correct. We're totally opposite. People right and your comment about people who are mechanical..
"three oldest" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"And you see Ah, it is disturbing that on January 6th so many were Too many members of the military and police Department and you really, really worry about that. And you speak a little bit about history on the youngest of five kids, you know, big, working class Catholic family, right? But my three oldest siblings were involved in the civil rights movement, and I'm very proud of that because they demonstrated To help America live up to its ideals. On D. I had a brother, who was arrested twice incidents. You know, he went to the restaurant. They said we don't serve black people just in Baltimore. Yes, it was involved because, you know, and it was it was in the sixties. I was quite young, but you know, it's something that I know the history of and I'm very proud. That they were involved in helping America live up to its ideals. But when you see the violence that's going on, uh, you wonder. Should it put that energy into helping America live up to its ideals rather than demonizing someone who doesn't vote the way you want them to vote on trying to relitigate hated election over and over and have these audits over and over. I never said I really would like to believe that. There are more good people. But well, they're not amplified. Here's Here's You know, my question is, How can you stop the purveyors of political pornography from pushing no different than a drug pusher? Mom on my mind? Political poison, Whether it's from the right or the left or whatever crazy conspiracy theory we're talking about. And I think all riders should go to jail. I don't care what the circumstances but that being said, how do we hold the people accountable from social media platforms to talk show hosts? How do we hold these people accountable for essentially You know, triggering people who are after be triggered to commit acts of violence without stepping on people's First Amendment rights and censorship. That's there's where the rubber meets the road. I don't know how to control the bad information if it's possible. It's difficult because we do have our first Amendment. Sometimes you hear people talk so much about the Second Amendment. But we have our first Amendment as well on you see people talking about canceling people, and it happens. You know on both sides as you said, But but we have to. I think counter the bad information was good information. It's troubling to me that there's a movement that many people in the states don't want to teach about history. They want to teach a feel good version of history where I think the truth is, you know what do they say? The truth will set you free and if you don't learn from history You have to let me repeat it. Repeat the lessons. You could learn some lessons. And that's troubling because it seems to me that this disinformation and misinformation is really poisoning people. You force feed her eyes. You know, whatever sons, the sun comes up in the West. It doesn't come up in the East because I heard about cable news. But how do you force people to educate themselves? On both sides of an issue again. You you can't force feed people knowledge if they don't want to consume and if they are not apt to listen to anything that disturbs their world view their comfort zone. And I don't I don't. I just see it getting worse. I hate to be so pessimistic, but I'm I'm not really seen based on January six, where it could have been a cathartic moment for the nation. Now, half the nation doesn't want to admit that it exists and that it happened. Well, I do think when you see these people being punished, you see some of them saying, Wow, I thought that I got my orders from Trump and I was not responsible. Well, maybe it'll hit them when they're serving a deal. Since that you can't do this. You can't break windows. You can't Assault people. You can't assault police officers, and I think it's up to, uh, folks in their families. It's really tough because people are in different silos. But I talked to so many people who try within their own families, a gathering to at least talk to family members and tried to get them to listen to things. And maybe they won't penetrate the first time, But I think it is. It's someone you love and they love you. You could at least have a conversation and try to Here's that bubble, and it's up to people not to indulge them when they say things that aren't true not to laugh at the offensive jokes that demonized other people because of their political beliefs or their race or their genders. But that's Z hard work. I am a leader with the Ah pet project, and I talked with people to get their thoughts to the world because we need all opinions. Well, that's true. And you know, my listeners will say Not all my listeners, but not insignificant amount would say. Well, what about black lives matter and antifa last summer? Well, I would say to them, I'm calling for the 500 people that broach the capital. Sacked the capital to go to jail and be punished for it. I say the same thing about people that turned a peaceful protest into a huge riot here last summer. Let's find out who they are. Let's charge him, Give them their day in court and then punish them for that riot, too. We after you we have to You know, you just mentioned silence. It's like Democrats won't call out the protests. I got out of hand Republicans for fear of being ostracized or worse out of the party. They won't call out the rioters January six, and until people are willing to make, uh Uh, be more consistent in their thought process and what they're calling for us far as punishment people to break the law. Then everybody gets to play. What about is, um and I think they have studied in said that most of the black lives matter. Protests were peaceful. There was Excuse me, some people on the fringes and sometimes it was just troublemakers. I think that book The guy who killed the officer and open was a boo glue boy, The It's a right winger. The person that was breaking windows in Minneapolis. That was some dude and.
"three oldest" Discussed on The Bible...but Funnier
"The philistines with sworn enemies of israel. And so it made sense. They ended up in the war. The philistines and the israelites. Both camped opposite signs of a valley ready to do battle. Now they just wanted each other made slowly faces in the direction of their enemies however one day the silly faces ended the philistines called authors. Secret weapon a giant named goliath. Oh gaffe the guy was nine feet tall with some seriously thick and heavy armor. He had this spear that weighed more than most dudes of the day. Goliath stepped forward his footsteps causing many quake's these riots. Quick to but not just because the ground was shaking because they were scared out of their minds glaviano side in a big booming voice. Why have you dead come up to battle. I will make a deal. The only chance you have to win. Choose a fighter for your side and send them against me if he wins. Then you win this battle. We will commit to serving you. But if i win. This is a lot more likely arming. Have you seen the my biceps. Then you must be. our servants. Goliath drove a hard bargain was an offer. The israelites couldn't reviews because literally they couldn't philistines had a giant on their side. So is the king of the israelites at this time. He looked down at his minute of valor his fierce warriors. But they were all trying to hide behind tents and barrels one guy shouted knows goes every soldier mainly put their finger on their nose saul saw that no one wanted to fight so he became greatly afraid meanwhile in a city far away from the battle. A young boy named david of bethlehem traveled to the camp on his father's order. David had to bring food to his three oldest brothers who certain saul's army. He also carried with him a wide sort of cheeses for the commander of the army. No i didn't have that in. That's in the scripture. David not worked with the sheep but he left them in the care of another so he could go on this journey to become the world's first store dash deliver when david finally got to the camp and found his brothers. He walked into a meeting.
"three oldest" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"D. M. V. Joseph is told that has been so long since he had a driver's license that he can't get a commercial license. He has to go back to the beginning. Get an I D pass a driver's test and come back in a few weeks. But Joseph says he's happy. He's relieved, but still he has some worries about making ends meet. He wants to be in control of his own life. It was like I mean, And, uh, Another persons. But, you know, like I've been doing everything for these days. So when I was in prison for the last 18 19 years, what other people wanted me to do? So I want to do with actual to do you know, I just don't want to get love from my friend. That's one count. I mean, I just wouldn't do something like this for so long. It's like I don't want to step up the list done that. Back Memories home, I finally have a chance to sit down with him and his three oldest son's Jo Gwan, Dwayne and tests we squeeze around a kitchen table test. His oldest played college football. He tells me he used to show off at his games in high school because he knew if he did really well, he would make the local news and his father would be watching in prison. His game he's gonna have to see because he's going to lose. So that's kind of like that was kind of the motivation. So yeah, I'll see you. You flick that, like Ugo Brother Feel like you gotta always find The beauty of anything like Joseph starts crying. Then he gets up and walks away. For a moment I stay behind with his son's. We talk about football about their dad. I think back to what Joseph told me about why he stopped playing football and how his biggest fear was that his absence would do the same to his own kids. And I'm glad Jos is here to hear his son say those words When Joseph returns, he's composed them say this last view. Yeah. You know how I feel you And that's all he'll say. But his kids say that he was always there for them. The phone calls the letters. He's been a good father. All they care about now is what comes next. I know, you know. No, we didn't get started just just beginning so You come back in here? You're gonna see a lot of different banks. So if you do come back, you just had to come back. I would You don't get out of it pops his home. He's home. Yeah, We're just refreshing. Get this started. It's happy for him to be home. What's your favorite thing you've done so far. You know, it was crazy. It was all of us, and he went to get a haircut. It's like a little stuff like that. I feel like that's you know, that's that's needed. You know, Well, honestly want to do anything? We could just sit right here to talk all day. I don't care. It's times like that. You can't take back. There's a lot that we know about it. You don't know nothing about some of your barber shop. You're getting right. Yeah, I'm going not food spots. So really, who do you girl? Yes. Okay close by to the studio. For almost two decades. Joseph worried about not being there for his Children. Now his Children are there for him, and they're helping him navigate his new life. A few months later, I get a phone call from Joseph. He wants to share some good news, right? E got my license. You did. Yeah, I got down. No. How's that feel? Have you had a chance to get out there and be driving around? You have been driving. I'm driving. Then I'm in chief for leg and he tells me he's not really sure what to order. But he's loving the freedom. And the choices having so many options is a gift after having none for so long. It's not lost on me the fact that for years our conversations were.
"three oldest" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"I mean I don't see any need a stadium like Shook Back and forth and you were on top of the players, you know, the new stadium. It's super nice but it kind of feels like a. It's to spread out it kind of feels like a like a high-end shopping mall. They you know, like you're just kind of it's a very pleasant experience. It's not as like you know gritty but it's not as a new Yorkie like like the old stadium was like a bandbox. It was very like scrunched in. So I was there for every World Series. 96 like at least forty years ninety-eight ninety-nine two thousand and in two thousand one birth Like, you know, it gets whole place would rock, and finally felt like it was rocking. It was Dodger Stadium, cuz it now. Dodger stadium is the oldest after Wrigley is crazy or I'm benue is crazy. It was, it was only built in the sixties but it's, you know, the well as new stadium so it can get raw. Like, I've been in the Press Box before like, during a home run and a 1-year eBay, hit a home run in 2013 to win the nlds. And I thought this Press Box was going to collapse because it was Scott so loud. But but yeah, when, yeah, in the Yankees, and the Dodgers are, right? I mean, that's the top, that's it, you know, it's like plus thousand people in the stands in New York. I mean, that's baseball stream. That's my dream. You know, hasn't happened since in my lifetime, but hopefully it happened a lot in the seventies. I think home reminds me of a Funny Story. I went to I went to a Yankee game. Yeah. Yankee Dodgers game at Dodger, Stadium. By the way, does things going to be the third oldest? Cuz cuz after birth. Waiting Wrigley. Yeah, yeah. But but me and my friend, the stage manager of The Tonight Show are walking. And I have a Yankees shirt on and and five Dodger fans, one guy off the tallest. One goes, hey, look at the New York baguette.
"three oldest" Discussed on Adventures with Grammy
"It's her birthday and making sure that they recognize the other kids and some of it does just happen naturally and it's fun to watch watches those relationships row our mother the original good grandma. She did grandma's camps to she called them. Can't grandma and to this day my oldest her was so my my mom's grandkids came in sets of three so she had three hit each of the grandma's camps and those three oldest girl's Who are now mothers. And it's just it warms your heart to see that relationship that friendship those three girls have as they are encouraging each other as young mothers and and helping each other and it's That cousin relationship is definitely important. And can be such a great support. In your life. I interviewed a hana electro a few weeks ago. She wrote a book a camp. Graham are camp cousins. I think she called it and that was one of the things that she said was. Her goal was to have cousins become friends so they could know each other. And i think that's such an important part of growing up is knowing your cousins. Yes i am actually working with my dad. Right now Formatting his life story it's interesting to to read from his perspective and understanding how important our ancestors are as well as our posterity. And i think he he's done such a marvelous job in bringing all of that together and i've really enjoyed helping him as we do the layout on this to printed up to print it into a book more about my ancestors. I think that that's where we're grandma's can definitely make a difference is bringing that whole the whole family lined together and having the history of the family the knowledge of it to continue down the generations to come so that they understand their family line in where they came from and who they are a long time ago an earlier life. I used to help grandparents right their life story. And i did it using pictures and i would tell tell people to. They would come to this event. I'd say bring five pictures and then just tell me about what happened. Or what surrounds these pictures. Something just to get grandparents to start talking. And then that was the way they could then share with their children and grandchildren. Something as simple as what happened in this picture. I think that's an important tradition. That grandparents can help visor and there are so many different places. Now that you can go where you can create life stories my Richards children gave him a christmas gift last year. Where he writes they would he would get a prompt in an email and he would write about whatever the prompt was and he just got the books back so the year worth of stories now. They have all of these stories of his childhood in his upbringing and things that were near and dear to his heart on our website. We also have a link to my life. My story book. We started this company that they have a program where said twenty four question prompt and they encourage which pictures to go with which at one in his ends up becoming a very short picture book. So easy for you to sit down and read with a child this picture book and you have the complete history from beginning to the wherever graham. Our great grandparents are at. We can sit down and read with a child so my life. My story book is a great program where you can put together your own picture book of your life story. Oh that's a great idea. I know there are several companies that you can do that online now. When i started this years ago there there was no facebook. there was back there was barely internet. People didn't even know about it. But i think anything that you can do to help give your child. A sense of belonging is important. I remember about the same time. I embroidered this wall hanging that said to mugs important gifts. You can give your children are roots and were and wings..
"three oldest" Discussed on KCRW
"My mom worked at a gas station. She was undocumented for a time. She is what I think they are. Country should be emigrating started from the bottom worked away up and is living a okay Life in America. I am third oldest during the first one to get passed Freshman year of high school. I wanted to be the first one to graduate from high school. It's almost like, uh, have to succeed, So he's a really compelling character, and when we first meet him, he admits that he was pretty down for Bernie Sanders. He was in the Bernie Sanders camp, and he was coming into this place where there weren't a lot of Bernie Sanders supporters. And yet he thinks that he has a shot of winning the whole thing of becoming the governor. I think the minute that we met Stephen. We knew something was really special about this kid. He stood out, not because he was this loudest voice in the room. There were plenty of Kids shouting about a variety of things, but he was firmly planted into the ground, and he just had a solidity to him and kind of old soul quality to him that I cannot Really explain to you where it came from, but he really provided for us, this kind of North star. Through this event that As you said, is extremely conservative. That is not something that I expected to find. And one of the people I was looking for to film with this kind of guide spiritually guide. Really? And that was That was a big surprise, and I think he clearly distinguished himself. Well, he he struggles early on in the story, but he had a different way of practicing politics and campaigning that a lot of the other boys, which initially seemed like a surefire way to lose, but he slowly gains ground, and he listens. He's really thoughtful. He wants to know what's on their minds, not just give a speech invoking You know, Kenard of the right and playing to the cheap seats, which is a strategy you see with some of the other young men that we filmed with, and I think to our surprise Slowly, Stephen starts to find traction and to find support amongst this electorate, which is Not like him. His foil at least early on for the nomination for his party's nomination for governor is a kid named Robert and I want to play a clip of him because he is really he's engaging character and embodies thie down and dirty aspects of being a politician..
Inner Child Recovery Process with Eddie Capparucci
"Hello, everyone. Welcome to the addicted mind podcast. My guest today is Eddie Capela Rucci and he is going to talk about inner child, work and sex important addiction Eddie please introduce yourself. Hey dwayne. Thank you for having me on the show. Really appreciate that as you say, I am and he kept route yummy counselor professional counselor I have a private practice in Marietta. Georgia. With my wife. Carrie I specialize in the treatment of sex and pornography addiction at I've been doing it for about ten years. Now, I also am the administrator of two websites and that is Meghan porn and secretary pure men, and I just have a real passion having juggled through this myself. I have gone passion for helping individuals to be able to overcome this in their area of one to wave that you. Grew something dead I created called the inner child recovery process which back you childhood main point because I really believe the road to recovery or diction goes to our childhood. Awesome I. think that's so true when we look at addiction in general, there's a lot of roots of childhood trauma and pain that kind of feeds the addictive process. So tell me a little bit about your story and how you how you kind of stumbled into working with I guess inner child work can, and we'll talk about about what that means and and go into more detail but I'd I love to hear your story okay by storing, your star with a young boy. Father. died when I were by. My mother's left with four children I would say third oldest. After passed away, my mother had a nervous breakdown. And all of a kid were sent out to relative that we didn't know and stayed there for about a year or she recovering and that we are brought back after she thought you ready but she wasn't she had another breakdown and got sent out again. But now doubt the give relatives each of us, the four went to several our own ways. So we weren't. Even with our siblings Dow other people who I don't really know are there for about three months before finally we come back and she gave a bit solidify family but again, a young KNOB orcades, mid sixties, nineteen sixties, and trying to raise us at I had two older sisters. So they were the ones who are always looking after me and basically as you can. Imagine sisters who are your sixteen of Nineteen they don't really want be dealing with a seven-year-old boy. They WANNA be listen their American band fan and things like that. So I found myself very isolated quite a bit of a child yogurt on my own and ask got older and I did become eventually removed in my mom remarried and we've moved into a neighborhood that. Had quite a few friends that were there. But when he did was it already set the stage for me. You suffer with an abandoned gives order an attachment disorder at Delaware, my Bandon, and I didn't know that at the time of course but I started to date when I was about sixteen when I came to understand that only having one girlfriend was never enough. I needed more I was soon to later find out what that was about was I needed to backup plan because the abandonment issue that meant that you know my world view of my inner child was a the people who love you or review. Again not knowing that are just thinking. Okay. Addresses shift me I like girls. Continue to chase them.
"three oldest" Discussed on Deep Culture
"And you made most of it I think that's the most important thing, right? Yeah Yeah and I think that's. I mean I just been. They're whining. All the time would have. Made any difference or anything? But I, just. Got An. Thing was when I went to station. I have a lot of my. One of the funniest things was that my my rotor. They call these voters short rotations so my rotator. Was the youngest in the station, and and and the funny thing was I went in, I was the third oldest in the Rota. So I remember. How many is it a one, but yeah, it was the third oldest. but there was a few like. The regulars were kind of like in the mid twenties off, so you know I had is able to have like you know friends, yeah! Few more people around my age thing to that. Yeah Yeah so yeah I. think that that's what really worked out. I think that if I wasn't if I didn't have that and it just seems like it was meant to be. Yeah. Definitely, I think. And I like the fact you made the most of it because I. Do have a lot of I didn't know a lot of people who you know it just like you mentioned complaining wind about it and then didn't make the most in this. I won't say it, but they just went. The two years went by. So Yeah Yeah. At least you made the most so that schooling. I mean we all have our? Ns stories of how hard trading wasn. Jetliners. In A. Real stories, but I think that's that's the cool. Part of. Of all all that that you you know you, you got through it and. And stuff and everyone has all the guys. Have this same same ns? It's just hilarious to to hear because after a while when you hear enough the memory realizing on these these stories is on the same. You have this like typical NJ? That does this you know. One one officer that does data this you know. Yeah. So Kit. Wonderful. Thank you much for sharing that. I, really think it was a good perspective to sit to hear. What now like you mentioned? Somebody from a different country has about national service, and also like what he was like for somebody in the Mid Twenty Stu So I think you gave a good insight into what kind of a experienced for you?.
"three oldest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"This I've already seen no interest for eighty four months no payments for ninety days I think a GMC has no BAME payment for a hundred and twenty days so I can tell you that this there's a lot of iron on the ground and they need to move that I am and you the consumer going to benefit from that so on that is what I got out of these I hope you've got some other things from these interviews what was interesting to that Denver the Denver Auto Show is the third oldest show ever done it in the United States the first one was New York City followed by Chicago and then Denver was in nineteen oh two which was that the mammoth the old monarch theater which is now the Fillmore on Colfax and Clarkson Detroit the home of the automobile industry didn't have their first Auto Show until nineteen oh seven so I learned a little bit about that also we have a pilot nine minutes or so I would love to get your Netflix recommendations if you've been listening I've told you that I have turned on Netflix since Colbert nineteen I have been watching the crown I'm in season two episode seven I heard a rumor that in season three the queen Claire Foy Hey it goes away and there's a new queen so I'd love to get your thoughts on that you can text me at five six six nine zero if you have a Netflix recommendation or you can call three zero three seven one three eight five eight five I'd also like to give a shout out to all the students and teachers the teachers who are doing the on line teaching the ones that happen to have kids at home or are used to going to the classroom and seeing their kids Bravo to each and everyone of you who are doing such a great job of balancing a teaching my kids and many other kids and also trying to stay keep your family healthy Bravo to every teacher and to use students including my children I have to tell you I couldn't be more proud of the commitment you've made to get up to do your classes online it's not the most comfortable atmosphere or situation you don't get to hang out with your friends but the kids and I know other kids are doing the same thing you're all doing a great job let me tell you if I can just complain a little bit our sit in my little pity party for just a second this was a huge year for the loo from Littleton family okay as far as our kids I have a daughter who's a senior in college graduates may of twenty twenty I have a son who is a senior in high school graduates may twenty twenty I have another son who is in the eighth grade graduates from middle school may of twenty twenty now I had the biggest parties planned I mean rooftop or rock and roll party that was going to try to get the rolling stones to play my kids graduation party son maybe that eight you don't I I'll tell you this I took my kids to the rolling stones in August of this year they had never seen him and they can a dog get but I think me and Linda liked it a lot more but so I probably would have been the rolling stones at the graduation party is my point but so I had this big I had this huge thing and I was really excited to do it but Hey I thought if that's the worst thing that happens to me.
"three oldest" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Do I have to tell you came back to me yeah we are pioneers ladies and gentlemen we have no phones she just writes no what usually you only had to go number one I know what usually happens is this white and now IT nine is one of my if not we out she's one of my three oldest friends in Minneapolis I had to do my first two friends were original recipe lesbian and extra crispy lesbian those are my first that's what I call and they were Angela and Serra I met Angela first so she's original recipe lesbian and then and then she started dating Sarah so Serra gave herself the nickname of extra crispy lesbian and then they were friends with nine and I met nine and I immediately fell in love how can you not fall in love with the Niners and none and I were both single at the same time we lived in the same neighborhood we would break bread together of well in most days and we hung out together and she is what I call an anchor friend everybody has one I've always had one and that's the friend that has no problems telling you that you're a black hole you know what I mean that you she slaps you in your place and yeah but what usually happens is when I talk about non over the years on this broadcast nine usually goes to work a friend of hers says I heard Jason and Alexis talking about you and then I get a text mid day mid day about when I'm this is this is the first time in years none is listening lives so it's great story you she has not is the one that remember my other great story Kenny well you know what stay right there I'll tell the other cool since she's listening for him yeah I'll tell Katie and all of you mall hair when we return okay ladies what shows are we all watching what a repeat Chino bake off.
"three oldest" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"three oldest" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is once a week crying in my sleep because I'm afraid of what's going to happen to my neighborhood last month residents packed a high school auditorium in queens saying that homeless people were criminals and shutting down speakers who attempted to support the shelter where to Blasio has said those sorts of responses quote demonized our neighbors and that people need housing an NYPD officer faces up to six months in prison after pleading guilty to perjury officer Michael Bergman admitted he lied when he falsely claimed to suspect tried to strike him and his partner with the vehicle prosecutors say Bergman was on patrol in an unmarked car in February when he pulled up to a burglary suspect who had just parked he claimed the suspect nearly struck him and his partner as he drove off but surveillance video showed the two officers were no where near the vehicle Bourbon will be sentenced January eighth union delegates overwhelmingly approved a new contract for full and part time professors at CUNY last night the agreement would raise pay for adjunct professors to fifty five hundred dollars per course that's a bump of thirty five percent or more above what they get currently but some at junk say the new rates don't amount to a living wage Tom waters as an adjunct to Brooklyn College and a member of seven K. or strike a faction urging even higher payments I have delayed it medical procedures because I could not afford them I've lived with four and five room mates trying to you know been cobbled together different jobs while still showing up for my students all of the members will vote next week on whether or not to ratify it a New York judge has ordered president trump to pay two million dollars to settle a lawsuit against his charitable foundation the judge found the trump staff used money from the charity on the presidential presidents rake political campaign instead of giving it to charity state Attorney General of tissue James filed a lawsuit last year against trump and his three oldest children who are the directors of the foundation as part of the investigation the directors also agree to dissolve the trump foundation and donate.
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"Members hoping that the end is near for the GM strike that is General Motors CEO Mary Barra and president mark Roy use are now in contract talks with top union officials and that's giving hope to striking workers the new contract could be coming soon yesterday's bargaining session the second time that Vera has been at the table in the past week the strike by the U. A. W. is in its fifth week and GM has lost over a billion dollars as a result of that work stoppage AMC theatres has a new streaming service the nation's leading movie theater is now going to offer the streaming service for members of its loyalty program now members of the AMC stubs program can access about two thousand films from every major studio to rent or buy and watch at home the company says it hopes to add films from AMC networks by the end of this year there are about twenty million AMC stubs members at last check how we can bring to the Washington nationals being named the MVP of the National League Championship Series Kendrick notching up five hits in that series including four doubles and driving in four runs while scoring himself four times the thirty six year old the third oldest player in history to win the National League Most Valuable Player the nationals beating Saint Louis in four straight then I'll be heading to the World Series and for USA radio news I'm Chris Barnes been on a journey spokesperson for billions our attention hernia repair surgeries are one of the most common surgeries performed in the United States with over a million procedures performed annually however a popular mesh product is mainly to severe complications if you had a hernia mesh.
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"Quested with a pillow Riley, never rests. He's always on. But I think the one characteristic that stands out the most. And you tell me of you disagree is when people ask me about him this. He is fearless. He does not care. He, you know, he's unlike politician they all hide who they really are. He wears who he is on his sleeve every single second moment of the day. But here's something you may not know he gets his feelings hurt. Joe it never never ever show it, but he does and the other thing that's fascinating about Trump is how loyal his three oldest children are to him. Because he wasn't the dad that takes you bowling hanging out with you. That's not what he did. But those three kids for whatever reason. Okay. Are so loyal to him. And I I would say to most parents cross country. If you had children adult children who loved you that much. Right. Never see any of that in the media or into discussions or anything like that never built so brutally unfair Bill if he cured cancer beginning of this conversation when he runs against Biden. I mean that is going to be a free-for-all I'm going to enjoy that immensely if he cured cancer and gave every American five million dollars and adopted the new green deal these these people on the left, which still hate him. That's how psychotic they are. But I gotta let you go Bill Riley. Thank you for being with us. Eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. For the tunnels this afternoon, you're gonna find slowing on ninety five northbound at one ninety five up to the fort mckenry.
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"No one had wearing seat belt. The cars computer revealed that Jan had stopped on a pullout some seventy feet from the cliff moments before the freefall she then gunned it off the ledge. Ten days later, the county sheriff issued a statement about the gruesome incident arm to the point where I knew longer I'm calling this an accident. I'm calling it a crime. From glamour and how stuff works. This is broken hearts. I'm just Harman. And I'm Liz Egan together. We've been looking into this story for the past six months, and what has emerged is one of the most complex and compelling stories of abuse, neglect privilege and confusion in the digital age. We've ever encountered one astounding element of this story is that this family, the heart tribe didn't just burst into the news after the horrific crash over the years they had somehow managed to be at the center of multiple news events. Remember that picture of the young black boy in a blue fidora embracing a white cop in riot gear at a black lives matter rally in two thousand fourteen and the debate that ensued over whether it was a symbolic moment of racial healing or semi staged theater. That was devante heart. The third oldest of the heart kids. Devante was.
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"Very mild today with highs coaching seventy degrees afternoon, a ten percent chance for a straight thunder shower after three pm today tonight, mostly cloudy, low forty two tomorrow, a lot of clouds as well. The high of sixty five twenty percent chance for late day storm. All right. Thank you very much Ashton right now. Forty six degrees. Clouds, downtown's. We continue our conversation with Ed Henderson Iraqis insider, we've done sort of Xs and os with you like to hear more about the fan experience. And what you think of it here at Coors field. You're a guy who travels all over the country goes to ballparks everywhere. And I just learned this morning that this is one of the oldest ballparks now next to Camden Yards, which just blows my mind because I remember when that time Wrigley in LA in LA. Yeah. And they haven't had to blow it up really redo very much because they built it. So well in the first place, but what do you think of the fan experience compared to elsewhere? Well, let's talk about the ballpark for a minute. I think what the Rockies do here which helps with that fan. Experience is even though it's you know, third oldest in the National League or. Third. Oldest you know? And and you look at it. And you say it looks brand new right? You you walk in here. And it has that feel because they're constantly making upgrades. There's you know rehab to certain things I I went on a tour yesterday that they that they gave us for the media. And it was it really interesting because you see up there on the concourse. They've added smash burger, and and they're constantly trying to enhance the experience here for the fans the clubhouse here at Coors field. I think they did a magnificent job with that. That is probably the best major league clubhouse I've seen and then with McGuire McGregor square that will be coming into being. That's fantastic. So I think April that leads into answering your question, I think the Rockies have been very strategic and smart in how they have enhanced the fan experience here because they bring things in not just for the hardcore baseball people for maybe for the more casual fans just want to be entertained at Coors field quickly before we let you go ask for the fans themselves. The knowledge base of the fans here. Gotten better as well. You've traveled around the country. You say the color of the pretty knowledgeable baseball fan. I think they're getting there. I really do. I think the you go to some ballparks back east where it's absolutely intense where you go to Fenway or or Philadelphia some of those part, it's crazy. But I think the fans here they know the players they liked the players. We talked about the homegrown aspects of Kyle Freeland and the development of Nolan Arnaldo through the organization and some other guys the fans love it here, and they love coming to this ballpark. And I think we'll see him in big numbers. Again, this year we love chatting with you. Thanks for dropping by. I'll be back for the food. He's forty fifty four brought to us by element, Financial Engines. Here's Pat money. News jobs and unemployment report for the month of March is out shows a better than expected one hundred.
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"Thanks, doug. You've enters moves on to the quarterfinals of the Champions League with a thrilling second-leg three no win of Madrid at stadium as Cristiano Renaldo scores his eighth career champions the hat trick you h with three two two aggregate win. Meanwhile, Manchester City also advanced to the quarter-finals dominant second-leg seventy win over shocking edits yet stadium to move on tend to aggregate. Meanwhile, we get one tiny Saint Germain dominates Dijon, four nil. Getting goals from amongst others killing him Bobby held the Maria maintain a seventeen point league standings, great news for Tiger Woods is a fourteen time. Major winner says is next rain has gone. He will be ready for this week's Players Championship. What's miss yard invitational? Last week making the first quarter min forty three oldest MRs coming back from spinal fusion surgery, the NFL free agency frenzy continuing one day before contracts can officially be signed as New York Jets have agreed to a five year eighty five million dollars deal. Fifty one million of big. Guaranteed with former ravens linebacker CJ Moseley. Meanwhile, Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr who last night agreed to a deal. The jets has now reneged will remain with the Vikings and a five year contract worth potentially seventy seven point five million elsewhere, Terrell. Suggs will join the Arizona Cardinals after sixteen years. Baltimore autonomous. Davis leaves the Panthers after fourteen years to join the Los Angeles chargers. Finally, the New York nets reassigning Heisman Trophy winning and former NFL quarterback Tim tebow their minor league camp. I'm Dan Schwartzman. That's your Bloomberg NBC world sports update. Global news twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. The Bloomberg business app on Twitter. He's a Bloomberg business flash. Forty seven past the hour. Let's get you.
Trump Foundation shutting amid probe into donations
"Donald Trump charitable foundation has reached an agreement with the New York state attorney general to dissolve in the past President Trump said the New York attorney general's lawsuit against his nonprofit was politically motivated, and he wouldn't settle New York. AG Barbara Underwood responded. This is a straightforward case. Of violation of the laws governing charitable foundations and nonprofit corporations the AG is still seeking restitution and she wants Mr. Trump and his three oldest children to be barred from serving on the board of any other New York based nonprofit Underwood said the foundation illegally coordinated with the Trump presidential campaign and had acted as a checkbook to serve. Mr. Trump's