36 Burst results for "Twenty Eight Years"

Conan O'Brien Ends TBS Late-Night Show With Snark, Gratitude

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Conan O'Brien Ends TBS Late-Night Show With Snark, Gratitude

"After eleven years Conan o'brien wrapped up his TV talk show between NBC and TBS Conan o'brien has been a host for twenty eight years really it's getting creepy there were plenty of clips of all shows in a farewell from will Ferrell is there for you your final late night show and your last tonight show the episode and and now this one yeah that's true it's kind of become a tradition I'll tell you what it is it's exhausting as the final TBA show was wrapping up I have devoted all of my adult life all of it to pursuing this strange phantom intersection between smart and stupid o'brien got serious try and do what you love with people you love and if you can manage that it's the definition of heaven on earth this is not the end of Conant tonight thank you governor Bryant next venture is a weekly variety series for HBO Max set to premiere next year I bet Donahue

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Fresh update on "twenty eight years" discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

00:35 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "twenty eight years" discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"How did you think brent was gonna do. I did say he would go. Preacher eyesight his medieval tactics and mindset. Prevent him from integrating with the house. So that was that was by far the main takeaway. That i got from these little interviews with the contestants. I'm still like. I think i realise in hindsight everything we needed to know about. Brent was when i asked him what do you value in our alliance partners like loyalty back in the medieval times throat. Your honor you were dead. We should bring that back. That's all you need to know about. Print shipping i still. I still refuse to believe that. This man is real. I refuse to believe that all of the things that come out of his mouth or things that he actually believes he seems way too damn cartoonist of a person to actually have really existed on big with a twenty three all the way up until his blindside. I still just have a hard time swallowing that. He walks through life this way but then when his sister gets on ready. And it's like oh yeah that's him. I'm like god. I just it's baffling to anybody can be this stuff way. You're twenty eight years old if it doesn't stop now when is it ever stop. Never never stop. That's i in response to obviously some of the interviews that myself and other members of the press did like people a lot of people especially in response to some pretty bad things. He was saying a particularly about the female guests. I hope he learned from this news. Print champagne is not learning anything. He's.

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Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway

The Social-Engineer Podcast

02:05 min | Last month

Three Degrees of Separation From Neil Fallon With Rockie Brockway

"We are here with the most patient guests on the planet earth because we had some technical difficulties morning. Rockie brockway is currently the practice lead for the office of the cfo. Wow that sounds like really formal. And i'm gonna say trusted sec. Which just makes me think of dave and formal in dave. Don't go together but this learn more about that. Twenty eight years of experience and information security business risk rocky you specialize in business risk analysis in the inherent relationships between data assets adversaries and the organization's brand value you provide strategic and tactical advisory services for trusted set clients assisting them in maturing their organization security programs so first of all thank you so much for being here and being patient thank you. It's a pleasure to be on podcast. I'm excited actually to learn a little more about first of all this title even means the practice lead for the office of the cfo for trusted sec. Because that's not something i've heard before. So what is what. Does that even mean church. So so at trust the sec. My role and my team You know really is working close with organizations in kind of that virtual chief information security officer just from an activity perspective Helping organizations further mature their security programs really taking a look at how organizations can better align the the protection of important stuff Really with the business right. So there's so much that from a from an organic security program growth perspective that doesn't know inherently are naturally aligned with you know what the business is actually trying to accomplish. Security tends to be kind of a bubble over here for many organizations and so we we try to break down those barriers help. Organizations help really help organizations at our align all those activities around protecting the important things with the with business need in an requirements.

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A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

02:01 min | Last month

A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

"Joining us. This week is john. Ford managing director of global government services and insider threat risk solutions at mandy and our conversation centers on his experience with effective insider threat programs from both the technical and human perspective with twenty years of experience in the fbi before joining mandate john ford gained extensive knowledge from bringing to justice some of the world's most notorious cybercriminals knowledge which informs his approach to solving today's most pressing security issues. Stay with us. My career started almost twenty eight years ago. I was a police officer by career. Starting law enforcement in austin texas and in nineteen ninety eight. I joined The fbi and through that time as you imagine we went through everything you can imagine with nine. Eleven and the changes that evolved within the bureau. I went to cyber and i was one of the first agents out there to really start. Cyber task forces in the bureau moved to headquarters where worked in what was called the special technologies and applications office. so that's where we were looking at horizon technologies and horizon events that we might need to plan and prepare for. In in the event that those would come to fruition promoted again when out to san antonio was a cyber supervisor out here and then promoted again and was leading our four deployed operations in informed space with our our country partners overseas so specifically working at cyber again so and then at some point decided to make the jump to the private sector. Yeah retired in two thousand eighteen and joined mandate came over director working in government solutions and actually actually see on both sides actually selling the commercial and the government side of the

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Authentic vs. Phony Faith

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

02:10 min | 2 months ago

Authentic vs. Phony Faith

"Christ having been offered wants to bear the sins of many will appear a second time not to deal with sin but to save those who are eagerly waiting for him hebrews nine twenty eight. The question before us all is are we included in the many who sins christ bore and will we be saved at the second coming the answer of hebrews nine twenty eight years yes if we are eagerly waiting for him we can know that our sins are taken away and that we will be safe in the judgment if we trust christ in such a way that it makes us eager for his coming. There is a phony faith that claims to believe in christ. But he's only a fire insurance policy. Phony faith believes only to escape hail it has no real desire for christ in fact it would prefer if he did not come so that we can have as much of this world's pleasures as possible. This shows that a heart is not with christ but with the world so the issue for us is do we eagerly long for the coming of christ or do we want him to stay away wild. Our love affair with the world runs. Its course that is the question that tests the authenticity of faith. Let us be like the corinthians as we wait for the revealing of our lord. Jesus christ for strengthens one. Seven and like the philippians whose citizenship is in heaven and from it. We await a savior the lord. Jesus christ philippians three twenty.

Some key details go unseen in police video of fatal shooting

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Some key details go unseen in police video of fatal shooting

"I'm Julie Walker some key details go on scene after police in Rochester New York released officers body cam video from a fatal shooting during a traffic stop early Friday one officer yells before shooting and then at least nine shots all right now okay the video appears to show officers remove a gun from the backseat of the car where they were questioning a passenger but it's not clear whether the man had a gun in his hands or fired he's identified as twenty eight year old mark Gaskill police say he's white and Hispanic they also say the car was stopped after it was seen near the location of where a shot spotter went off two officers are on administrative leave the state Attorney General is investigating which is standard now I'm Julie Walker

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New York Stock Exchange Reopens as Covid Restrictions Ease

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:18 min | 3 months ago

New York Stock Exchange Reopens as Covid Restrictions Ease

"When a company's stock starts trading on the new york stock exchange there's a tradition executives crowd onto a small balcony. And there it. Is they ring. The opening bell that has played out differently during this pandemic year when the new york city lockdown started the exchange operated without its trading floor for the first time in its two hundred and twenty eight year history two months later but with limited capacity. Today that changes. Here's npr's david gura. When the opening bell rang on. Friday the trading floor was still pretty empty and quiet. A far cry from how boisterous it used to be and there was only one person standing on that balcony. You'll see a bigger crowd on the podiums going forward. Stacey cunningham runs the new york stock exchange now that the vaccine rollout has been progressing. Were not as concerned about having both masks social distancing as double protection as of today more traders will be allowed back in the building if one hundred percent of affirms traders are fully vaccinated. More of them can be on site another big thing tv. Networks will broadcast live from the trading floor again. They haven't done that since march of twenty twenty so we were making a decision about the health and safety of the people on the trading floor as well as the livelihoods of the people on the trading floor.

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Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal Shootings of 8 From Ohio Family

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Man Pleads Guilty in Fatal Shootings of 8 From Ohio Family

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting an Ohio man pleads guilty in the killings of eight people a twenty eight year old Ohio man has pleaded guilty in the murders of eight people including his child's mother and seven members of her family Edward Jake Wagner is plea to twenty three counts came on the fifth anniversary of when the shootings were discovered in southern Ohio he also agreed to cooperate in the cases against his parents and brother the rodent family slayings in April twenty sixteen shocked Pike County authorities say a custody dispute led to the slayings Wagner wasn't immediately sentenced but his lawyers acknowledged in court the plea means he will die in prison hi Mike Crossey up

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One Woman Dead, 5 Injured in Shooting Outside Ohio Strip Mall

Murder Minute

01:43 min | 3 months ago

One Woman Dead, 5 Injured in Shooting Outside Ohio Strip Mall

"In ohio. A drive by shooting at a memorial vigil for an earlier homicide victim killed a passing motorist and wounded five people in the crowd including a twelve year old child. According to columbus detectives group had gathered at around seven pm last saturday in a ping plaza. Parking lot south east of the city to mark one year since their home aside victim was killed at the same location. In april of twenty twenty twenty eight-year-old jaren hickman was killed thereafter. A drug deal involving marijuana went back at about seven thirty pm. Police said dark colored sports utility vehicle drove past the vigil and someone opened fire injuring five people and killing one thirty nine year old latoya carpenter who was driving past. The location was fatally struck in the head by gunfire and crashed into a parked car in an apartment building. Parking lot next door carpenter was pronounced dead at the scene. All five of the victims at the vigil who were shot were taken to hospitals and were in stable condition. Mayor andrew ginther posted a message on twitter. Saying quote enough. Put down the guns. We must come together to end the violence that is tearing community apart. Share what you know with police to get dangerous criminals off the street. Police said to me in custody and asked anyone with information to contact the franklin county. Sheriff's office

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Parents call for charges in drug death of Bobby Brown Jr

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00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Parents call for charges in drug death of Bobby Brown Jr

"The coroner's report on the death of Bobbi brown sun may lead to the filing of criminal charges prosecutors in Los Angeles and are providing details on the suspect all the circumstances but they say police have presented prosecutors with a case related to the death of Bobbi brown junior and that file is under review for possible criminal charges the coroner's office said Monday that twenty eight year old Bobby brown junior died November eighteenth from the combined effects of cocaine alcohol and the opioid fentanyl in a statement to the Associated Press brown junior's parents singer Bobby brown and his long time girlfriend Kim ward said the fatal dose of fentanyl is concerning to them it often shows up in counterfeit versions of the powerful opioid oxy code own I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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LSU upsets No. 8 Arkansas 78-71 to reach SEC tourney final

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00:31 sec | 5 months ago

LSU upsets No. 8 Arkansas 78-71 to reach SEC tourney final

"LSU is reach the conference title game for the first time in twenty eight years by upsetting eighth ranked Arkansas seventy eight seventy one Cameron Thomas dropped in twenty one points in the Tigers one on the twelve run after the Razorbacks tied the game at fifty two in the opener herb Jones delivered twenty eight points and six ranked Alabama stormed back from a fifteen point deficit to beat Tennessee seventy three sixty eight giovane Quinerly added nineteen points including two free throws with fifteen point five seconds left keeping the Crimson Tide in line for their first SEC title since nineteen ninety one I'm Dave Ferrie

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What Happened To Berlin After the Second World War?

Your Brain on Facts

06:19 min | 5 months ago

What Happened To Berlin After the Second World War?

"The end of world war two signaled and unsure future for the defeated germany. Between the alta and potsdam peace conferences it was decided to split germany into four allied zones the eastern part of the country going to the soviet union to control and the western parts going to the united states britain and eventually france west germany was technically the boondocks republik deutschland or federal republic of germany and east germany was the jewish democratic republic german democratic republic or gd are despite berlin sitting entirely in the eastern part of the country. And i constantly have to remind myself. That berlin was nowhere near the east west divide. The city was also divided into similar zones. The mere existence of west berlin a conspicuously capital city deep within the communist east germany quote stuck like a bone in the soviet throat according to soviet leader nikita khrushchev so tenuous where the relations between the east and west that russia began plotting to drive the us britain and france out of berlin for good in nineteen forty eight. A soviet blockade of west berlin was set up blocking off all rail and road access in an effort to starve the western allies out of the city. In one of the most dramatic standoffs in the history of the cold war the berlin blockade saw the us and its allies supplying their sectors of the city from the air known as the berlin airlift. The allied nations flew in more than two point. Three million tons of food fuel and other supplies over the course of a year until the soviets finally gave up an the blockade things. Were relatively calm for a while. But in the late nineteen fifties. The soviets noticed a trend. Developing people saw how life on the capitalist side was recovering faster than life on the communist side. Not to mention there were a lot fewer spies keeping tabs on regular folks on the western side and people began to emigrate. This was especially true of doctors. Scientists and skilled professionals resulting in a serious brain drain in the east got worse year. Over year khrushchev ordered the east german government to stop the flow of emigrants for good on the night of the twelfth nineteen sixty one in one night barbed wire barriers blockade and even some sections of brick and mortar wall were constructed. It was later reinforced multiple times to become an impenetrable twelve footer. Three point seven meter high concrete wall. Roughly one hundred miles or one hundred and sixty one kilometer. Long complete with no-man's-land. Landmines guard dogs guard towers and checkpoints the relatively fluid border which had until that point allowed some sixty thousand east germans to commute daily to good paying jobs in the west visit. Family and friends attend soccer games and so on was gone with no warning. Whatever side of the border you went to sleep on on august twelve. That was where you stayed for the next twenty eight years. This opposing structure didn't stop people from trying to make a great escape to the west. Roughly one hundred and seventy one people. Some of them defecting soviet soldiers lost their lives trying to cross the border but over five thousand more succeeded and some of them got really creative with it but the first person to cross that foreboding line just hopped over it when the wall was three days old much of it was not actually a wall at all but sections of barb wire fence though with soldiers and police to enforce it one of those was eighteen year old. Conrad shuman stationed at the corner of bernauer. Stresa and opener stresa. He might have been young but he could tell which way the wind was blowing. He wanted out of the gdr like now he pays his feet nervously while chain smoking and occasionally pushing down the barbed wire coil. It was only two feet high. While the other guards were distracted by a gathering crowd shuman swapped out his loaded. Submachine gun for an unloaded and therefore lighter one at four. Pm shoe inflict away. His cigarette took a running start and deathly leapt over the barrier dropping. His gun and just leaving it. As he was whisked into a waiting west german police car a west german journalist captured the leap to freedom in what would become one of the most famous images of the wall until nineteen eighty nine. The west loves shuman but many of the people he left behind considered him to be a lowly traitor even after he was reunited with his family after the fall of the wall a generation later many people still shunned him as a deserter. Shuman was the first soldier from the national people's army to escape. But it's estimated that twenty seven hundred east. German soldiers and policemen followed his example. If someone had turned your home into a prison then you should treat it like a prison and start digging a tunnel in nineteen sixty four thirty students from west berlin spent several months digging a four hundred and seventy six foot or one hundred and forty five meter long tunnel tell people in the east escape one assumes they had to crawl to freedom because the tunnel was only about three feet high less than forty eight hours after it was finished the stasi the german border patrol discovered it but not before fifty seven men women and children had managed to escape. Which i assume is why. It's referred to as tunnel fifty seven

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Kevin Jones shares how he expanded his sports podcasts network

The Business of Content

05:06 min | 5 months ago

Kevin Jones shares how he expanded his sports podcasts network

"Hey kevin thanks for joining us. Simon man pleasure to be here appreciate you having me so before we talk about your podcast at work. Let's talk about what you were doing. Prior to your podcast network you like you got your start in radio right. What didn't you like about that medium. Yeah i kind of had a long winding journey before and got to blue wire tv in washington. Dc at wsh nine Where i actually like a digital blogger. It was bryce harper's rookie year. Rt threes rookie ear there space on the website to create content kind of l. Put my way into media at a tv station. That i turned that opportunity into the cleveland. Crowds dot com. They were growing their media operation. They had Space on espn eight fifty. They had their own radio show in studio in the building. The i broke into radio there. I was on the team side for the browns. You kind of don't have your own voice in. They were losing quite a bit of game so eventually took an opportunity. Came biard in san francisco. The main am station. It was a wonderful experience for the most part. I saw kaepernick kneeling i the warriors when titles. I got to go on the radio every day. I created digital content. But i didn't see a path forward for someone like myself who was twenty seventeen. I was twenty eight years old. I wasn't going to become a radio host. I wasn't gonna be on tv. And i didn't see enough opportunities and saw a lot of really good free agents on twitter and that's kind of how i stumbled upon blue ir but Yeah my background is really creating content for older digital media platforms. And were you like talking head on the radio. Where you're like a court correspondent like bose kind of your role way more correspondent. I came here in san francisco. Be at the warriors games calling in kevin. Jones live from game six of the western conference vitals. Kevin give us the mood. It would be five ten minute had sometimes team not just the update guy so i got to show up my personality. I wrote digital content. I was tweeting all the time And just treating you making better content. For came we are the most of the radio host For my age group which was articles about the warriors tweets about the forty niners. I was giving kmby. Are that brand name digitally. I wasn't getting rewarded for it and that really pushed me to found blue wire. 'cause i thought i was actually giving more wrong to the radio station online and wasn't getting paid properly short. Did you feel like you had a brand like where people obviously wouldn't recognize you on the street Because they only heard your voice today. Would you be like a bar like. Oh i totally know who you are times. Nothing crazy but you know. That's really what they found. Blue stems from dairy. Is that person in san francisco. He had a warriors podcast. I would getting drinks with him. If people were literally coming up to him and dabbling in sam. I love light years. Love what you do on twitter. It was up one of my a ha moments before i came into company. Is that twitter. Influencers in sports are so undervalued beat reporters for newspaper are kind of going out of style. In my opinion it's a it's a necessary way to get facts and information but Radio hosts are being replaced. In my opinion my twitter influencers youtube post snapchat users who have built communities of people. Yeah i think it's fair to say i have by own brandon. We have one hundred podcasters. I know we're going to get to blue i They have their own brands. And i think that's what makes us different. What's the world's going that way man. It's niche you can be this fantasy football funny guy you can be nerdy a little on the browns. Anyone can pick their lane right now. And then from the radio you went to go work at facebook on like content strategy. What kind of content where you strategizing on. Yeah it was on. The business helped team work out of building. Sixty one in menlo park so anytime. There was a new product launch across functional team facebook. There's a product manager. There's a marketing manager. There's someone who also writes help contact when a user gets the pay what is and that was kind of my role. It was definitely a lower tier. Get your foot in the door at facebook. But i learned a lot about scaling and how the task and project management and just it was a even though. They're not in the news in a good way. The culture they're working there was pretty good. People respectful a challenge each other in a polite way. I was coming from media where people throwing dictionaries at each other in the room. People were getting fired left and right backstabbing each other. Facebook actually gave me a little bit of hope as weird as it is saying this big evil giant stealing all the ad revenue move fast and break things but working inside. That building collaborated with people. Who admired and it kind of gave me the wings that eight. I can take some elements of facebook. Mix it into a sports media company

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Interview With Megan Kang

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

04:31 min | 6 months ago

Interview With Megan Kang

"I guess today is making king and she is a doctoral student at princeton in sociology. And she first came to my attention because as i was scrolling through my morning news feed this headline jumped up at me about how this person had embittered themselves among stop the steel trump supporters and wanted to really understand. Just not only what they thought. Because i think a lot of us know what they think. But it's more like what's behind that. Why do they keep thinking what they think. So i immediately reached out to megan. And i said man i would love to have this conversation. I think. Our country after the inauguration of president biden and vice president harris and we're right in the midst of this impeachment trial as recording this. We're still hugely terribly divided as a country. And i just wanna thank you for your willingness. Come on talk about this. We don't expect you to have any more definitive answers than anybody else out there. But i think your experience of spending a month of weekends at an intersection in florida is priceless. And so welcome to the podcast. Thanks so much for having me can so you kind of come from this approach from what i could glean from your article that you're not just looking at data you want to imbed yourself because you said either walking in the shoes or at least near the shoes of the people that you're studying is very different than just looking at raw data is that is that accurate. Yeah that is accurate. So i guess one thing. I should point out about the word in bed. I that that was a huffpost like editorial decision more nefarious than what. I think i was doing. You know like a click bait thing. Sounds very intriguing but really got me. Click we get the impression that you went deep undercover. You know it it was. I think i would say more naive in that. You know i. I saw this group of people that had been standing on a corner where i had been doing grocery shopping over winter break. I happen to be in florida staying in my partners family's house kind of on accident actually. I need to go home to southern california. Where i know you're from kobe. Rates had gotten so bad. And so i decided to just stay put in florida where things a little bit better. So we saw them there for a few weekends. I learned from the the grocer that this group had actually been out there for the past six months and it had transformed from from pro trump rallies to part election to stop the steel rallies. Right after who does the same group of people consistently there. Every saturday morning. I think like many americans like you said had been had been having a hard time grasping this divide that we've been seeing our country and feeling like i was missing perspective. And so like you say. I think the the method that i i am drawn to is just going up and talking to people and asking them and that's something that i'm i'm getting trained to do as a sociology. Phd student and particularly a method called goofy and we prioritize personal experience and getting close to the issues and trying to understand people who are living those issues experience making sense of them. I'm just trying to imagine that as you almost use the word infiltrate as you associated as you kind of dropped in on these weekends at this intersection. I'm imagining that. There weren't a lot of people that looked like you already. They're like the regulars weren't anywhere close to people of color sets to say that's right. yes. I'm a twenty eight year old korean-american woman who was raised in california and has lived in berkeley oakland chicago detroit and princeton. So that just gives you a glimpse of my political. Leanings have influenced my thinking. This is in south florida. Florida's a quintessential purple state. it voted marginally for trump. in the past two elections. I was in one of the blue counties but only marginally blue and so very different political environment than the ones that i've used to and the group of people that were there. I had seen them before. They were primarily middle aged white and hispanic floridians decked out fully and trump gear. And we're definitely looked very different and clearly have different perspectives than anyone. That i'm around

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President Biden appeals for unity to take on crises

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

04:46 min | 6 months ago

President Biden appeals for unity to take on crises

"Biden takes. The helm appeals for unity to take on crises. Kamala harris becomes the first woman to be vice president and biden targets trump policies on climate virus and immigration. It's thursday january twenty one. I'm anthony davis. Joe biden was sworn in as the forty sixth president of the united states on wednesday. Declaring democracy has prevailed and summoning american resilience and unity to confront the deeply divided nations historic confluence of crises denouncing. A national uncivil. War biden took the oath at the us. Capitol that had been battered by an insurrectionist siege. Just two weeks earlier. Then taking his place at the white house oval office he plunged into a stack of executive actions that began to undo the haunt of his polarizing predescessors agenda on matters from the deadly pandemic to climate change at the capitol with the american tradition of peaceful transfer of power never appearing more fragile. The quadrennial ceremony unfolded within a circle of security forces evocative of a war zone and devoid of crowds. Because of the coronavirus pandemic instead biden gazed out on a cold washington morning dotted with snow flurries to see over two hundred thousand american flags planted on the national mall to symbolize those who could not attend in person. The will of the people has been heard and the will of the people has been heated. We've learned again. Democracy is precious and democracy is fragile at this hour. my friends. Democracy has prevailed biden declared in his speech. This is america's day. This is democracies day a day in history and hope of renewal and resolve. History was made at his side as kamala harris became the first woman to be vice. President the former. Us senator from california is also the first black person and the first person of south asian descent elected to the vice presidency and the highest ranking woman ever to serve in the us government rare inaugural address president joe biden issued a strong repudiation of white supremacy and domestic terrorism on the rise on the donald trump in his speech biden denounced racism negativism fear demonization. That propels the assault on capitol hill by an overwhelming white mob of trump's supporters who carried symbols of hate including the confederate battle flag biden never mentioned his predecessor who defied tradition and left town ahead of the ceremony but his speech was an implicit rebuke of donald trump. The new president denounced lies told for power and for profit and was blunt about the challenges ahead central among them the surging virus that has claimed more than four hundred thousand lives in the united states as well as economic strains and a national reckoning over race. We have much to do in this winter of peril significant possibilities few people in our nation's history of been more challenged or found a time more challenging or difficult than the time we're in now biden said the absence of biden's predescessor from the inaugural ceremony undescored. The national rift to be healed but a bipartisan trio. Former presidents bill. Clinton george w bush and barack obama with there to witness the transfer of power biden in his third run for the presidency staked his candidacy less on any distinctive political ideology then on galvanizing a broad coalition of voters around the notion that trump posed an existential threat to american democracy for years after trump's american carnage speech painted a dark portrait of national decay biden warned that the fabric of the nation's democracy was tearing but could be repaired swearing the oath with his hand on a five inch thick bible. That has been in his family for one. Hundred and twenty eight years biden came to office with a well of empathy and resolve born by personal tragedy as well as a depth of experience forged for more than four decades in washington

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The (Beauty) Business of Philanthropy with Karissa Bodnar

Fat Mascara

07:25 min | 7 months ago

The (Beauty) Business of Philanthropy with Karissa Bodnar

"Lot of people you know. They write gen generals and they say i wanna be in. You know this part of the business. How do i get there and to be really honest. I don't always know how to respond. Because you know. I know where i am in the business and i know the steps that i took but You know they might say. I wanna be a perfumer. I wanna start my own liner. I wanna be a makeup artist. And i don't always know how to respond How how would you respond to a question like that because for you. You didn't know how to get to where you were but you got there. What was the thing that means you get. There was just focus or asking around. Like how did you get to where you are. Oh it's such a great question just so specifically to being beauty product developer. I took any job. I could get in the beauty industry and ben was always looking at it through the lens of okay. I'm a makeup artist right now. But how would i create a product. Let me learn everything i can about. Let me google got ingredient. Means if i don't have access to expert and really a lot of it is just that passion coming through. And i think when i got hired on xtra. Sonic graduated from college. I got my foot in the door always with an eye. I wasn't directly to impact development. When i started but it was always expressing how much i wanted to be in product development so then when i finally got the chance i was like i am not gonna let this go by and i think just so many of the skills when you're starting out in your career or transferable whether it's product development or marketing and so at the end of the day when you're first starting out a lotta censure making power points on spreadsheets. You're you're doing a lot of a lot of tasks that you can. You can transfer But i would say a showing that initiative in the passion for whatever you want to do so for me. It was product development. I think people will pick up on that and they'll wanna mentor. You okay. that's really great advice. Okay thank you. plus your husband's a product developer. So we have to save his his advice matches up with choruses. I'm gonna ask him later. He jesse my husband. I meant chris's husband or something. Yes yes i. I just think it's interesting because i really do feel sometimes a little bit after somebody writes. I don't know how you feel john. Somebody writes us like why be x. Person i don't really know if i'm giving them the best advice I can just tell them how. I reached my thing but yeah like absorb as much as you can express your interest to anyone who will listen. I wanna be you know here and hopefully you know not everyone is going to care and take you under their wing. Unfortunately that's the reality but somebody will know somebody will hear what you're interested in that i'll tell you this person or that's and showing expressing that interest but i just think it's awesome that you did know that you wanted to do product development and you just kept on finding away you know that. Make up artists to product of outbursts. Such a cool trajectory. We don't always hear that on fat mascara t tell us more. Let's keep going. Let's keep going into your story. Yes well and and i do have to say like i recognize what a gift it was that i knew that when i was so young. And not everybody's past and so what i do want to say is that first of all. I don't have all the answers. Second of all you're never too young and you're never too old to be who you always be so you can always invites You know you can always change your mind and at the end of the day my wife and my driver is philanthropy that i get to do every single day. Our incredible employees in product development. Like i get to do the thing that i have dreamt of doing my entire life so i feel really blessed awesome. It's very inspiring. You're never too young. Says like twenty eight year olds for you when you when you started your company. Well that's that's the funny thing about the term ceo. I'm such a work in progress right i. i'm. I'm absolutely not oh come on to answer. The question pat started. I believe was twenty-five but please it's a person. Thank you so much. Yeah you know. it's funny. I have really long hair out saving. Cut it for over a year. Oh my gosh. Look the pandemic who and i have always had longer hair in one of the things i love to do as locks of love but i was actually just talking to some of our team members about it. I said you know to me when i when i started writing. Cosmetics is really tried to look older because nobody really took me. I like to wear that right Cut my hair shorter to look more mature. And look more like i could fit in manhattan and everything like that but So so now. Having longer hair is like. I'm by thirties. Now and i can have longer hair but you know it was the. I've made plenty of mistakes an absolutely a work in progress. But it's i've had a lot of grace From from people around me throughout this journey can can. I ask you about when you started this company. I mean from the very beginning you know. Social good was sort of baked into the premise. Right yes can you tell us about why that is if and do you think that's a necessity of every business. These days or was that was that unique. That the time that you did it. So i'm not here to say what other people should do for their business. But i can absolutely say that my y. End what has truly been in. The dna of thrive cosmetics from the very beginning is our philanthropy giving back that we do from the very beginning. When i started the business in two thousand fifteen that every time somebody bought a product we would be giving back and now it's grown bigger than i ever dreamed given over one hundred million dollars worth of products. Now it feels it feels so surreal to say it out loud dollars. Isn't that crazy. But honestly it's thanks to our customers. Our community are giving partners and our boys are are giving powered by our community which you know our employees have a say in who we give back to our customers have a say in how we give back and that's why it's when a say do have like vote. How does that work literally are if you want to tell us a charity that you want us to give back to. You can go on five. Cosmetics dot com and we have a giving page where you could nominate a giving partner. And then we do have internal giving committees. You know in the beginning when it was just a couple of us in a room working together and shipping product and everything like that we mer service all same time as worshiping product of everybody went to every single giving events and We're involved directly with every Charity and we want it now that our company has grown from an employee perspective. We wanna make sure that our employees are still involved so people do have the option of one nominating a charity that they want us to give to whether they're an employee a customer or somebody who's never bought from us but they just in our our community and then also we haven't internal Committee where people any employees no matter what department their engine joined the committee.

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Janet Lansbury's Daughters Weigh In on Respectful Parenting

Janet Lansbury Podcast

04:15 min | 7 months ago

Janet Lansbury's Daughters Weigh In on Respectful Parenting

"That hera charlotte madeline hi. I'm charlotte i'm twenty eight years old. I'm madeline and i'm twenty four years old. We have a younger brother but he couldn't be here today. Arman gave us some questions that people ask on facebook will get to some of them and use that as sort of a guide to our conversation but overall we will be discussing. Our experiences being raised by. Ri- parents i guess here. We go when if ever did you become aware of differences between the way you were parented compared to your friends or peers. Did you have any thoughts on these differences at the time. What's something you noticed. Your parents did differently than others. That you're thankful for or didn't mike. While i think definitely was aware in a school setting as far as being able to choose activities that we wanted to do. We were never made to do anything. I i think. That's pretty fundamental to the philosophy but we were never made take piano lesson. Everything was totally organically. Had to be our idea and we did take piano and sometimes our ideal was to take piano lessons and it would be for three weeks and then we'd be over it. Read enough to take them anymore. I think actually maybe there was a moment of try to persevere a little bit but for the most part we were allowed to do whatever hobbies we wanted to. And so i think madeline was interested in mad science to dig mount zion. Yeah i feel like. We got to explore a lot of different interests which helped us gain a ton of new experiences. Even if none of those ended up carrying. I still now. If i'm doing the crossword. I know some of the music answers because i took music either in school and a little bit out of school and i learned certain things that add to my knowledge of the world but at the time i was like i don't wanna do this anymore and i just sort of through that way but i still gain stuff from it and at my own pace. Yeah i have friends. Now who say pretty confidently that looking back. They wish that their parents would have forced them to do the violin or some sport because now they would be really good at it. I strongly feel totally the opposite. It's much more important to me than my parents raised me. In a way that fostered the sense of we trust you to choose your activities and pursue the day to day basis. Yeah passion of the day. Well yeah yeah. I feel like i'm one of those people who says that sometimes kind of jokingly but like if i actually think back in valuate do i wish that i magically had some skill. Yeah but that totally discounts. All of the time. That i would have had to spend doing something i didn't wanna do instead of being able to explore stuff that i did want to do But something that we've talked about recently. Is that when you're a kid. You don't really know how other kids are parented. You know you can go to a kids house and they have different foods. They have different toys and stuff like that. But you don't see the differences in the parenting until you're older and you can talk to them about like. Oh what were your parents like when you were younger. Whatever is in your household you consider normal for a long time. I mean i don't know that much about how the brain develops but there's got to be a critical period for like when you start comparing yourself to others. It seems like middle school. I remember in middle school. All of a sudden everything was like. I was self conscious in a bunch of different ways that i wasn't before then including like what was at my house and what other tatton stuff but that point which is arguably the more important part in terms of the philosophy that our parents us before that point. It's not something that you notice every day. You don't see other kids with their parents enough to understand what's going on in their household and you don't care if you go for a play date you think of it more as like oh catherine's brand is to have a bunch of cheese it s- there or they always have this particular game but like you don't feel that you're less than because you don't have that in your own house. Yeah so. I don't think you have to worry about your kids comparing themselves to other people in like preschool. Like no no child. Is that aware

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Pirates trade slugger Josh Bell to Nationals

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Pirates trade slugger Josh Bell to Nationals

"The nationals are hoping Josh bell could regain its potent batting stroke the nets have acquired the first baseman from the pirates for two pitching prospects the twenty eight year old bell was an all star in two thousand nineteen following a torrid first half in which he hit three oh two with twenty seven home runs and eighty four RBIs before the break but that form has been elusive ever since bill hit two thirty three with ten home runs during an injury shortened second half of two thousand nineteen and hit just eight home runs while batting a career low two thirty three in fifty seven games for the box and twenty twenty I'm Dave Ferrie

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South Korea Has Passed A Law That Will Allow BTS To Postpone Their Military Enlistment

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show ON DEMAND

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

South Korea Has Passed A Law That Will Allow BTS To Postpone Their Military Enlistment

"Right so in south korea males are required to serve twenty months in the military by the time they turned twenty eight years old. But there's new rules any k pop band recceive. The government medals will be able to put their service off for another two years war which is called the unofficial bts bill because One of the guys actually turns twenty eight on friday and he would have had to have served will. They're saying no. Now we're going to give you two more years before you actually have deserve it eventually. Our boys from bt s are going to have to serve in the military.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Event now serving limited time offers from select one of the vehicles offers and September third the best but a cracker Jack investigations staff G. has come up with a couple of things here one in regards to our little glow bellies friend yes from kid of the week there's a technical problems with yeti page right and that's gonna be rectified in the next couple of hours yes so we will repeat it tomorrow again and again absolutely she said that after she dropped the kids off to school she's going to address the issue and be up and running but we will remind everyone tomorrow and the little baby I just talked about with that hideous sign it was put up right that terrible story yeah that story can be made less terrible with this news and the family's goal was originally twenty thousand dollars twenty four thousand dollars has now been raised at the go fund me page certainly you could help as well the actual go fund me address is a little complicated because it lists the syndrome of a a little brandy James but if you search their last name Ehlers A. H. L. E. R. S. when you go to go from me dot com the first thing that comes up is this cute little baby's face in Toledo Ohio and that's the story features to help okay Ehlers H. L. E. R. S. all right at seven forty one will qualms with this just left the PPG paints green reminisce I see well thanks and welcome to the show thanks for having me on your twenty eight years old yeah your theatre teacher yep and we do have a I teach for north life either writers theater and you fear in Evanston called month mark theater when you've been in town for how long six years six years you went to school in Ohio you're Minnesota guy isn't he when did you fall in love with Chicago bricks about a little over three years ago I started noticing how repetitive the building forms here are the NO bungalows into flats and it was the break that that made each one unique and that especially the Chicago common brick a covering the sides and back to so many buildings that are unique it was I'm sure you know more than I do about this but my understanding was brick became the preferred method after the Chicago fire yeah indeed and the bricks come largely from where from here from Chicago yeah they dug into the river beds they dog all around finding this great clay that made these beautiful yellow pink and red bricks and by nineteen ten Chicago's making about ten percent of all the broken country is that right yeah yeah in the end that somebody told me to the the west coast of Michigan there's a lot of masonry that goes on I I I yeah the brick is sent over yeah exactly all right so here twenty years old you love brick Mason Mason family no my parents are politicians and and I went to school for theater see you at birch run through your window he had to go in there also yeah and where his brick the outside of your Instagram page it's extremely popular which tell people what it is yeah I'm on Instagram at perk of Chicago brick of Chicago but what do you do with this this this fascination and US so I'd started just with taking pictures and and educating people about the others a secret language of brick surrounding us you know when you call it a different name based on how it's oriented to call a different name based on how it's late and they come from all over the country and so I've I've gone from taking pictures not a leading walking tours as well yeah tell you this is got bad developing into a career you don't plan on having yeah really not at all if you ask me four years ago what colors a breakfast and read and thought nothing else right but now I see this whole world well I I want to know your top three favorite places in terms of representation of unique correct yeah three number three I would say is probably only go to Northwestern University settlement house in noble square it's a beautiful lady teen hundreds it exactly nineteen oh one building it uses a crisp red brick gave you my one that one up yes I was I was a fresh northwestern grad right there very good number two number two I will say Saint Paul Catholic Church down in the pills in her Chicago area a beautiful church bricks all laid by the parishioners incredibly interpret shaped bricks and don't say number one yet this is what we call a broadcast teas are I'm very upset by will come back with that a second first forecast back to Steve the birthday what better way to get your breakfast I did it's very delicious thank you all right so I was gonna pop for anywhere in town within a hundred yards of the building which included the palm and you went.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Only twenty eight years old that would be very difficult to to get over that that's for sure here's the wanted to pitch a fastball off the inside two balls two strikes seven came in at ninety three miles an hour suppose Jandek running the plate Tyler Austin and the left hander Alan throws in a phone it off the catcher again this is filed tipped about three different laws here to stay alive just barely the last one was another change up now the way that the two two page swing the smash and the love of the second baseman Kinsler at shortstop in the ownership then it ricochets off his love into shallow left field in Austin is safe at first he really lasted that long and the we had a right to the right of Ian Kinsler and he will be charged with an error in the I think he thought it was coming right tune it up off to his right he did not have time to adjusted the glove with he was ready to catch it with the glove face up and did not have time to actually try to back handed he reached a wash to is right with the glove face up and could not handle it is buster Posey takes a fastball in there for a called strike the jazz get a break on the error buster Posey three hits in yesterday's game and three hits in his start on Friday he swings and misses another change up and he's really for the giants a few times already with a change up here in the first inning buster quickly behind in the count into he's he throws hard Sean that fastball route between ninety three and ninety five so far they're not in the over here for buster begins with his way over toward the middle now the page similar ventures right to the second baseman kids there was right with long news delivered not being in the ownership was just right for the Padres there so there was one in a room and one man left on and we go to the last half of the first inning it's the giants nothing of the Padres coming up on the Katy on northern California Hyundai dealers radio network hello I'm I.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"They had banned light, Princeton texting and watching videos and playing games, I could see that. But how distracting is just hold the on by your ear? It's not people are, you know, capable of doing that. And you know in the police, I know it's part of their job. But if they're going to say, you can't they need to have somebody else sitting next to him in the car. So they can run their computer. Right. Yeah. You can't you look I if you're going to try to argue with me that it's not distracting to have the phone tucked into a piece of clothing pressed up against your face. What how different is it? If your hand is there holding the ten and two baby got out of the hands attendance to but that's about the laws drag it legal to drive with one hand. Right. So if it's not illegal with one hand, and it's not illegal to have a phone next year head, then, you know, put together I if. If if the issue is you don't want people distracted driving than the exemption for being able to tuck it into a piece of clothing should not have been put in there. See that's what it should have been. It should have been it should have been how many cars I mean. How have you drive around and six shift anymore, right? Like any Darlene? Drive around six. Yeah. Okay. So what it should have been was it should have been if you're in motion edge both hands on the steering wheel thirty go. I'm being ridiculous, by the way, can take it off for five seconds to adjust. But it needs both hands of the city. Wilshire pulling you over at least, it's enforceable rights and consistent. Right. I mean, there's something to be said for that. I guess, you know, John and Coon Rapids. Good morning. Hey, guys, all going good. Hey, I get twenty eight years on the job in law enforcement. And I have to agree with the Minneapolis her John from Minneapolis the officer that called in. It's going to be an all or nothing thing. Her current Bill is a petty misdemeanor punishable by fine. Currently under our rules of criminal procedure. We access devices via search warrant to determine if they were truly on their phone texting Facebook king watching it looks whatever it is not to mention if if that were the case how much resource do that does the legislature expect a law enforcement to use a long season Vesa Gatien. Yeah. I write a third tour today half hour, forty five minutes about somebody's time to from a from a law enforcement perspective. You know, you you, I take it. You feel like you already have enough. Tools available to to combat, you know, someone who you might who to pull over someone who might be driving distractedly if your goal as a law enforcement officer were to decrease the amount of distracted driving you. Well, how would you go about it? I mean, but would you like to see in in a law whose goal it is to to diminish decrease distracted driving? I think a big piece of it is when we enforce it under current laws that it actually has some teeth that not not punishment doesn't always distract. I mean, we all know illegal the murder have murdered right? You know, we all know that prohibited. People from having handguns still get handgun to a greater deterrence. You know, more make make the make the penalties a little more a little more, painful painful, and it's going to be an all or nothing. Their drivers have the grabbing around three to four thousand dollars or three to four thousand pound vehicle. It's a it's just common sense. Pre. She it you're you're you're calling. Yeah. Thanks for what you do to John cheer up in my in my neck of the woods, six five one nine eight nine five eight five five. All right news was coming up. You still got a few opportunities to still have a whole segment to let us know who you think is going to win this morning..

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Percent of your social security benefits tax by the IRS. You don't want that? We'll show you how to beat it. If it's at all possible. We have tons of information at the seminar, if you're over fifty retired or retiring soon money matters dot net is our website. And we look forward to meeting you. All right. We're gonna take a break when we come back. We're going to talk about should you be a trustee when we have our estate tip of the week. So stay tuned. This is money matters with Ken moraif on KFI AM six forty twenty eight years ago. I had a volunteer. My plan was remain forever. Peter pan. Mullet. I was leaning on the counter air conditioning supplyhouse when the room with dead silent. And all the lights went out except for one tight bright spotlight shine down from heaven on a woman I never seen before. She didn't see me. But I saw her because that Bryce spotlight followed her wherever she went and I can hear angels singing. I promise I'm not making this up this walk back in your office, the sign above the dourson credit manager, and when she closed that door the spotlight disappeared. The angels were gone. Her name was Wendy. Got rid of the mullet every day for one year. I was at that supply house at six thirty AM. So I can say good morning to Wendy. Twenty eight years later that spotlight still follows her wherever she goes to the angels, never quit sing I love. You. Wendy Gidel air conditioning is contractor license number one zero four seven seven eight one happy Valentine's Day, Wendy. Crash.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sports fans, not gonna get much more than that. But let these people have personalities Malek fans touch. Meaning having action with get autographed. See them up close those things up into key because we don't live in a car culture more, you know, in the seventies. When I was growing up. Everybody wanted to buy hot rod today, you're hot rod is your cell phone. Put wall. That's how it was when I went to high school in by the compared cars, you go to high school now, and everybody's comparing their latest mobile device man that is that is it's it's weird. But that is absolutely one hundred percent true. I mean, my daughter's example, she's twenty eight years old. I don't care what I drive. But I want the latest ipad. You know, I see that up. But I I still think mass caulking they very viable, but they have to have people in these calls fans care about also think I've been booed on this a couple of occasions that they the face of NASCAR drivers son needs to look more like the population. There needs to be some diversity doesn't need to be forty drivers that all look alike. I mean, I think you're seeing a little bit of that for sure and the drive for diversity is certainly helped with that. And even when you look at the hometowns of the drivers, you know, these aren't all people from North Carolina anymore. You know, they're from California from the east coast and even on the championship side. People are coming from all over the place. You know, Kevin Harvick is from California to access from out east and all that. And so I think you're seeing a little bit of the diversity is far as the personalities of the driver will see how it all shakes out excited for for next week. So how does how does it Doug rice? Enjoy. The championship Sunday. I I don't know if you're going to be there, or if you've got a whole command center, go down to Miami homestead for Thursday and Friday big media day on Thursday that will go to and then Friday, I'll track and watch the practice walk around garage and talk to people Saturday, I'll be back home. I'm like everybody else now that consume sports through multiple screens. I'm able to tap into NASCAR scoring and timing. So lucky that the real scoring and Tom and one to forty sitting back here. My man cave. Follow it on Twitter watch the race broadcast. Probably have an ear, buddy. And listen to the motor racing network. Dash do their thing. It's a multi level deal. It's like launch into space shuttle. I'm sure I see you with like a command center multiple things going. All right for those people who want to follow all your adventure, certainly on on social media. And.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Yeah. And yeah, and I guess it just everything coming from both sides. And if you think if anyone out there thinks that this is a genuine, that anyone on that committee that was talking to her about how brave she was or the people that were condemning her, if anyone thinks that they give give a shit about this lady, you're wrong. So anyone that's writing like, oh, thank thank you for telling her how brave she is, whatever they're not doing that. Nobody cares about what this really issue is. So there's no genuine feelings on either side so we can all just fuck in stop the charade. Basically it's politics, and if you think there's going to be a real feeling in their your own. So I guess that's where I'm coming from where it's just like, no one's no one's caring about anyone as human beings right now. So. It's just done. There's no use in in trying to humanize this situation and it's shitty shitty for everyone. And even if he gets when he does, it sounds like gets confirmed. It's like this is going to be on his on his resume. That's what everyone's gonna. Fuck and talk about. So either way it shitty shitty shit. Yeah. But look, I, I'm curious to see the vote this weekend. I'm amps for this to be over and done with. Yeah, so fucking move on. And then we focus on the on the midterm elections next month. Speaking of moving on shook nights, moving onto the big house for life. Here, he just got sentenced to Twenty-eight years in prison for for driving over that guy for driving over that guy, he was going to go to trial and and fight. It's I don't know why he was trying to do that. Instead. He took a plea deal any. He officially got twenty eight years in prison. When he got sentenced, he gave an old school should night glare to the entire family saying, fuck you because that essentially put him away for life. At this point. He won't be eligible to get out until he's eighty two years old. I mean, are we okay with that? I think I'm okay with that. Are you? I'm fine with. He's been. It's been kind of this this thing, right? Where you're like, shook nights, not arrested. Interesting. Should nights not in fucking jail for life. Weird. So now this kind of all it just sort of make sense. Of course. Thing to me, and here's a great peek inside the Justice system. You know, he's actually been awaiting trial for three and a half years. So he's been in jail for three and a half years waiting the Strahl. Yes. You would figure somebody like shook night would be able to speed that up a tad, but I guess not. I know that's weird home. Yeah. So he's, he's not. It'll be the end of his lawyer. Probably push been pushing it off for, you You know, know. I don't know, probably evidence wise and stuff like that maybe or there's has. But yeah, that's crazy. Crazy, and it's the end of the the end of an era back in the day when I was a kid growing up, it was shook night and puff daddy buff daddy turned himself into almost a billionaire. Mogo at this point, shook night went the opposite route like he did not change from day one of who he was to all the way up through life in jail. The fucker you know is true to this. You can say that, I guess. Oh, Jude, tell me about it like he was one exa-. You're right. He was one of the last ones. He's one of the last ones that's really fucking true to this because everyone else can sing about it, but you can't really do it anymore. Away with it. So you really just need to sing about the shit that should night did and pretend that you did it. Yeah, wouldn't give shout out SU one of our best friends to who's who's been on the show eighty Patterson, her new show just got picked up and God damn it. I am excited so so angle. Boy. Stories. I don't. I can kind of gather what it might be like. But yeah, go ahead. So it's called the gemstones and for those who don't know, was Peter's pool boy, she was in Whistler. I think God bless. She's done fucking six or seven movies with me. It's one of the funniest people on the planets and waiting righteous gemstones. Go ahead. Yeah, always waiting for her to break outs and lash two years ago..

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"And did it work out. Well, I've been doing it for twenty eight years now and. Jumped around, and I got my skills up and about thirty. I was like I'm going to settle down into a company and. Start. You know, this this company I went into head a 4._0._1._K anti pension was like I'm going to stay here for you know, twenty years twenty five years, and I should be able to retire. So that was the plan and then. Five years into the plan. We got a new CEO, and he came in with a big financial backing some firm, and he went out, and but. More automotive companies toyshops and whatnot and read about that time the automobile sales start coming down and. Things aren't looking so good. So they started posting lot every quarter. And I was getting pretty nervous. And. Hey. I went to my boss, and I said, you know, is this company going to be all right. And he's like, yeah. Yeah. It just doing it for tax purposes. So I got pretty nervous and up going to another company and within three months. I was pretty lucky. I got out of there before they went bankrupt and able to get my pension out and I follow okay? So I went over to the new company and had been there since like two thousand six. And. They don't have a pension by the 4._0._1._K. And as only played in the be there for about six months because it's our commute each way. I got that to deal with. And then two thousand eight and automotive sales slumped twenty percent of design group got laid off the whole industry had massively us a lot of my friends were out of work for year lost their houses and a lot of my had to move out state. So was pretty bad at the time. I was lucky enough to have continuous work. And but since then the company stop paying overtime, which was a big part of my income for the first twenty seven years. Elliot's made about twenty percent more than I do. Now, just in overtime. And that was a big to my income. So. So after that, oh after two thousand eight after my 4._0._1._K took a huge hit. I just pretty much gave up my retirement and then. That sounds like I've been always looking for other income avenues, I try day trading option, trading forex trading. But none of them consistently made money. That's just felt like it was gambling just became another job. So I I worked on computer all day, and I didn't wanna come home and stare computer screen. So just became very unsatisfied. And then I looked at pizza pizza franchises, and it was a huge buying costs. And I know one pizza store wasn't retirement. And I didn't want to think pizzas and weekends and at night. And work long hours. And I had a kid the kids my kids were little at the time. And I knew for sure I went to see them. So. I thought there has there has to be a better way. I think that's a perfect place to take a break. Because when we come back. We'll talk about where you decided to go to look for that better way as you call it. And when we come back here, we'll have more with Jim pappy and the Delwan radio show. to the radio show. We'll be right back with more life changing principles and just a few minutes. Total.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on KOMO

"Videographer and archivist for twenty eight years that's always made me very proud to be associated with these guys. How much they give back for the band's first Seattle gigs in five years Pearl. Jam have said they will donate about a million dollars to the local fight against homelessness that pledge has mushroomed into a ten million dollar fundraising event involving dozens. Of local corporations and restaurants Seattle there's a lot of money in this town there's a lot of big with. Amazon, Starbucks Microsoft You know to get all. These people involved in trying to get everybody together to donate some. Money and really work on coming up a solution to help some people it's pretty cool thing for those who can't make the sold. Out shows tonight is home shows restaurant night eight local restaurants and bars are donating at least ten percent of their proceeds today to the homelessness campaign Corwin. Hake, KOMO news what about fifteen minutes ago we gave you are did you hear question for the. Day our daily news trivia contest Kiera can you remind us again what the. Question was sure the question was nearly three out of four drivers, will do this either today or tomorrow what is it cut somebody off in. Front of them I was gonna say Hong author horns oh honk their horns or extend a certain finger what's the real answer there really answer is gas up the car that makes perfect sense, and. You know Linda Thompson Samamranch was the first. Person to call and she had the, correct, answer Right away Linda gets a date night on us at..

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on WJR 760

"Just elected twenty eight years old, self-proclaimed democratic, socialist which has a lot of people. Talking what are your views on her? Far I, mean I've heard only positive things we. Love her lover I voted for clean Breath of. Fresh air and I hope it follows I like her spirit and she's very different. People tend to freak out when? They hear the word socialist like applied to anything why. Do you think that is I think there's this? Old way of thinking about it what do, you think the government should be subsidizing so. Her platform includes free healthcare college tuition minimum living wage housing as a? Human. Rights are those things that you think? The, government should be providing for people absolutely are those things that. You would support yes it is all things that you would support the government. Subsidized one hundred percent feel like everyone should? Have like, three education and health care. How are we going. To pay for those I mean Who in your mind should pay for all of the free things all the? Free, things well some of it should come from tax that the government should pay, for it but the government is funded. By taxes I don't know where the money would, come from but they can figure. It. Out okay More taxes on the rich people I swear man like they can afford tax corporation since tax one, percent and find a way to support a living wage the people with a good idea and a good reason to? Spend, their tax money wouldn't mind actually paying more taxes there so many of these, countries out there that are an playing. A lot more socialism in their government and into, their politics and they're doing really. Well Venezuela doing that I don't know too, much, about Venezuela Honey I think. They need, to I mean are they? Still. Technically socialist okay Honey country that works, like other countries you, pay higher taxes but your So when you see the social, system failing does that, concern you I mean Obviously thank family's Cuban and like I've seen the Dhanapala like, extreme leftist but also like I see how it like the community and like it has its up, and downs and I think we can definitely learn from history on. That terms our country. Needs change and if it has to be on the opposite side on extreme polar, opposite side maybe it's a weenie privatize healthcare is a. Huge issue and if it was a government, funded thing that, would be When there are eating the government would run, it more efficiently In a perfect, world sure liberal I don't know exactly like, where it stand but I know like Democratic socialist is. Better. Than. Conservative it's just better than it's the better, option in what way When I think of it I just think of like more open. Minded people people that are in. Like as economically.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Twenty eight years Twenty three You've been number to work with God You said it took to this song twenty. Three I actually took a. Pause he was, like wait? What I I my? Head I thought there's no way these songs almost thirty years. Old it's not an. Oldie it's gets, played. Alabama no. Coastline In fairness Al, is not. A large coastline nor their shark attacks there do. We know that for a. Fact I know, but you'd? Be very comfortable in. The ocean we know that Brian and Lyndon hearses on the. Fan what's going on. Brian the morning, gentlemen. Good morning With the. Shock look at what you're seeing what they show, is I'm out every night and we would even chasing me things about the number runoff that we're getting pickups we getting are better than it's been in the last ten years these interactions. That you're seeing during the day 'cause you'd idea that these. Nocturnal how. Many fish how many shocks are actually really are in the surf right now and how many different species that we're catch. You getting per per night can be four, to. Five different, species of Scholz that was anywhere from like democrat point check. Off east really all right so this, supposedly was, a sand tiger shark because it saw a. Couple of them that were caught yesterday by surf casters. You've seen those you've seen Thrashers, probably, right correct Doc Sandbars, Brown, sharks and I even know personally because I've seen amount of two separate MacOS our actually pulled off the. Beach. Wow so basically there's an infestation is what you're telling me. Brian. Yes and the reason the reason being it's not global, warming it's not all all just say there's one. Word it's. Bunker the reason I picked up the, factory both they cut down their, limit and the reading is seen all these whales and all these dolphins Is bunker. The. Numbers of act like they were fifty years ago so, you're having all this life that's coming back to. One island. That was absent for decades now what, about the attacking of humans though, I mean you don't anticipate there to be more of that right I I. It's it's it's a taste, bite they're not. Really going after the scene movement appetizer, Sean wanted, you you wouldn't get away. Right I did think about about punching the, shark in the nose taste, a little scared that's why they fight back that's. What? They do, tell you if you do get attack you don't wrong. You don't play dead like a Bali tell you you do it skills actually so for the. People, that are freaking out if you do? Get bid, it's basically like you're an order a potato skins right All right. All right so they're. Not gonna. Rip your arm off or, kill you probably. Know but the fact that you're seeing, that you're, seeing these incidents joined the. Day when you're dealing with a nocturnal predator, is giving you idea at, the actual numbers that are actually out there right now Wow What's fishing at. Night every one of us had three to four run off on a. Night, now these bunker, pods did you talk about which are these bait? Fish basically that are attracting these bigger marine. Animals so the the, sharks attracting the humpback, whales the. Dolphins we got anything. Else Are you do I mean, there's all things that follow them and, because of, the water quality you see like I said the show off the top you see a lot of different birds of prey yeah but no like no other whales killer whales orca or anything like that but we. Just what we did. See we actually had like in the fall you see a lot of. We, actually had humpbacks, reach feeding with a national mouth open and the? Fish flying out at one guy in an. Eighteen foot constantly pulled, up next door to, get his. Hands on his head Well actually lifted the boat out of the water that guy was Oh my God What about any? Sakai semen Bryan have you seen? Any of that About Great great job out. Of I wish people could see what we're looking Looking. In the control room Al looks like we were talking to. An, alien any looks like. He's locked in a lecture at a university I. Wish I loved anything in life the way that guy loves An expert preheat there were..

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"When i was twenty eight years old six years at a school a lot of jessen is friends i started getting facebook because that's the time it started coming out i because i worked every fucking minute what she can tell you is literally basically we through our caps in the air for graduation and i disappeared off the face in the fucking earth because i worked every fucking minute this was the first time i reconnected with a bunch of my friends because here's what's facebook and it was awesome it was like digital like class reunion shit it was amazing for a lot of us were part of that generation as i connected within it was really interesting in a very nice way because we came from a really nice place most of my high school friends basically basically in some shape or form ten or twelve of them said oh you still work at your dad's liquor store and i remember that era super well because on really desperately trying put patients on a pedestal as a good thing because it is a good thing because the game is long and so many people here are walking around with insecurities and all their behavior of what they want is to just prove to somebody else that they've made it literally people by dumb shit like supreme bags so that they could look cool in front of their people literally people by seven bedroom homes seven bedrooms guys nobody uses their seven bedroom home we live in four rooms but its status they fucking lease cars to look the part they wear clothes to look the part they buy homes to look the part all all because they live their lives on defense you live your life on defense because you worry about other people's points of view the back because justice here just so fun because i get to use stories that freshman year of high school pretty interesting year right because you've got to kind of reestablish your brand schick it's really gnarly freshman year vice school while just was being superpopular her freshman year of high school let me tell you what i was doing i was walking around the.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"You know you have the luxury of being that a feeling that way about food to be i fell into the business because i fell in love with the lifestyle i liked the people i liked it i was part of a cult i liked that i was making something with my hands were rewarded or punished for immediately now i guess i i'm i'm privileged to be able to to travel world on my stomach and really think about food and and and i guess all of my previous life in the life twenty eight years i guess allows me a perspective of where i'm always thinking about who cooked this food it's not just what what am i eating it's who cooked it and why you know what drove them to cook this way in a where does this food tradition come from this always story and the so it's really interesting now so you can tell like i found and i think you'll validate this is that when like even if it's a good restaurant if you go and there's no heart there you you're not gonna you can taste it like are restaurants because i never quite understood that where you go to a good restaurant and are the chef is gone or no one gives a fuck about road anymore and it's just shit cynical food doesn't taste good an irony you know is is something that's dangerous and food you know if it's sort of an ironic riff on something you know you have to be a romantic to cook will you know you have to actually like food yourself and and and appreciate a lot of different types of food to cook well you know use the word heart yeah you got to you got essentially if you're a chef a good chef yeah or even a good cook you you're you're in the pleasure business you have to have an understanding what makes people happy and and and push those buttons you yeah no it you'll you'll notice i mean there's some cooks really you know very technically complex.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal

"God is that over twenty eight years i don't know how many years ago that was it will be it'll be the twenty fifth anniversary december one out that we went out to vegas yeah really absolute away wait no i'm sorry south of my bed knows nineteen ninetythree nineteen that's the tape on the calculators ok twenty twenty twenty five december of nineteen ninetythree smith single handily beat the giants for the nfc title was a great time oh that's right people should know harry literally went back to sweden packed his bags and moved out to after that trip he had a job radically with cnn or something and broadcasting atlanta vegas and then down just kept going kept driving what was your system did you just double up every time what was well i played a group of numbers on the wheel in area and like i said i played on i've played this weekend and i hit right off i was up eight hundred dollars roulette in five spent if that makes any grew a group of numbers in an area that's your that's the wheel five numbers in a row on the wheel hopefully it lands two or three times within five or six role you hit and you get out you got hit the other roulette system loved annot yeah we'd love to we want wnba emerald systems listen we have a lot to cover here i hate this there are two giant games going on as we tape it it's this is just how it is we record when we have to record because we have other jobs for now for now we have other jobs in working on this but yeah and the game seven eastern conference nhl hockey game the caps are up one nothing on the road at tampa and game seven and game five nba eastern conference between the celtics and cavs and tate you'd set this up and now it's gone i i have a monitor here with the don't come over here but don't worry about it i'm this rather just complained about it with their calves in celtics and now that there's no picture at all because there's no cable here cables no no cable now they don't they're not about that it's very millennial thing so you digital we went through the apple tv and we put it on through espn and it was i was looking up and it froze a.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"For the twenty eight year old you're tripping you you're you're tripping because no no you're twenty eight years oh in twenty eight you you wanna know what you should know you wanna know what you should know if you're twenty eight years i've i've said these numbers to several times by now a rich twenty eight years old you should know this you should know that seventeen thousand dollars isn't worth sixteen million no no no no i'm not i'm not gonna make you sixteen million in you're gonna pay me seventeen thousand nope nope and that's twenty eight years old you should know that because at twenty two you've been twentyone you've been twenty one for about a year let's say let's say this person twenty two a couple of days ago you're twenty one four about a year and relies in realized bars and clubs are more expensive than you actually knew this is true because not twenty one i had no idea how much actually cost drink inside of a club it costs a million bucks and this is now i'm talking about i don't know several years ago when was twenty one i don't mean today because it got to be more expensive today because dollar is worth less so for the twenty two year old i see your short short sightedness nine or stand a lot of sleeping's twenty to everyone did in of all of us had everything we did on tape and we're twenty to all of us would be in jail everybody everyone everybody even people in places where you can't even get in trouble but at twenty eight you need to be like you know here's the thing i'm twenty eight and the graham isn't going to do it for me so how about this if i moved the sixteen million dollars the cocaine for your i'm gonna need you to give me five hundred thousand dollars but that's that's what i mean i need five hundred thousand dollars i need up front i need five hundred thousand miles up front and that way when i get locked up when i'm put that in a growth mutual fund and that while i'm gone for these five years i'm gonna make sure i got some aggressive growth and when i get out of jail i'm a have some bread you're not about to pay me with you're not gonna pay me with unlimited lobster in elimidate high alcohol.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Now for twenty eight years that i've been a certified financial planner for the last nineteen marvelous wonderful and very exciting years and all of the ideas that we talk about on this show these are the same ideas we talk about with our beloved and most valued clients and we now work with clients and forty three states it is an honor and a privilege and up recently forbes named our financial advisory firm money matters one of the top one hundred financial advisory firms in the united states we specialize in working with people that are over fifty who are retired or retiring soon so if that's you than we would love to get to know you and you can find out all about us on our website at his money matters dot net now on a dive into this to make sure i get this all in in this segment and so i want to get right into it so i wanna share with you a story this is a very interesting story about the race to get to the south pole first in nineteen eleven and the lessons that we can draw from that when it comes to our investments now as you guys know we believe that you should by hold and sell okay we believe that that is the preferred way of managing money for a retired or soon to retire person meaning that we have a strategy that signals us when the trend has changed and when we think it is time to get out of the stock market okay so in november of two thousand seven for example our strategy said it was time to sell and so we told our clients and those of you listening to show to get out of the stock market and we said to stay out for all of two thousand and they didn't say to bind till june of two thousand nine now are is not perfect and it also in two thousand fifteen said it was time to sell it and we told everybody to sell and we sold for our clients and then it turns out that that was not a bear market and we had a false alarm and so critics of what we.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on WCTC

"Tuesday of twenty eight year old andrew finch barisa suspected of making a hoax call about a shooting and hostage situation that resulted in police killing finn jet is wichita home a swat team had surrounded the home and shot him when he answered the door and failed to keep his hands up police think the hostage report was made up over an online gaming dispute president trump during his weekly address said the administration's done a lot for america this year it is truly incredible to think of how much we have accomplished what our journey together since the election we have created more than two million jobs for hardworking wonderful families he is showing support for antigovernment protesters in iran the third day of street protests cell crowds confronting police and a report of two demonstrators being shot to death in a town in western iran he tweeted saturday the world is watching he said citizens there are fed up with the regime's corruption in its scope wandering of the nation's wealth to fund terrorism a soldier trying to rescue as neighbours is among those killed in this week's deadly apartment fire in new york city army national guard private emmanuel menzo was home for the holidays when the fire broke out in the bronx thursday of louisiana man suspected of being part of the nigerian prince email scam is under arrest 67yearold michael new now faces two hundred in sixty nine counts the phishing scams starts with an email supposedly from prince asking for financial support in gaining an inheritance which he promises to share with those who helped him stake or barbecue but not on this trip jam think something else new year's eve marks the last night chef guy forget he's popular times where restaurant will the open guys american kitchen and bar will be shutting its doors for good on sunday he didn't give a reason for the closing it's been profitable making seventy million dollars this year our the place and the food are both off the hook you're listening to the latest from nbc news radio i'm selma and alvear.

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"twenty eight years" Discussed on Z100

Z100

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"twenty eight years" Discussed on Z100

"Elvis c one hundred morning show hey you know sam who works sign on production department yet super producer sam we love her he only found out about her boyfriend can we call him boyfriend yeah yeah oh yeah he's twenty eight years old never had an apple yeah he's neverending apple only vegetables either he's weird like that commuters sam were salmon pusher by atm career at upper but neither like when you're a kid doesn't your parents usually late say here try this i dunno i just thought it was kind of weird that someone's twenty eight years old age never apple really sam tiptoeing about this guy i know it sounds crazy hub yeah i mean what else is he not add um basically it's a grows he hasn't had it if it's connected to the dirt yeah he doesn't eat anything that's natural it's really concerning no vegetables no fruits he's been eating a little bit because i kind of make him but he's really not happy about it and you're vegetarian i am this is problematic yeah we'll just order a burger he'll take like the meeting bacon and i'll take the tomatoes and let us shrank couple all lower wow what a funded an saw me but an apple for everyone at out of that poll unless you're allergic to them and that now blatty find out your allergic unless you they just weird amount growing up he never tried it his mom never made him an and here is a 28 apple less why at his parents make him.

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