35 Burst results for "Twenty Four Year"
NYC Restaurant Hostess Attacked Over Vaccine Status Request
"A restaurant hostess in New York City was attacked for checking on a vaccine status a hostess at a popular New York City restaurant was assaulted by three women from Texas after she asked for proof that they had been vaccinated police say the three women punch the hostess at carmine's repeatedly and broker necklace Thursday afternoon the attack left the twenty four year old victim bruised and scratched but she declined medical attention as for the three women they were arrested on charges of misdemeanor assault and criminal mischief they are due in court in October I'm surely employer
Afghanistan: LGBTQ People Fear for Their Lives Under Taliban Rule
"In afghanistan. The lgbtq community is concerned about the future. Well homosexuality has long been criminalised in the country advocates. Fear the situation. We'll get more dangerous. Under the taliban strict version of islamic rule many members of the community are now in hiding and hoping to flee the country. the world's bianca hillier reports. I recently got on the phone with a twenty four year. Old in afghanistan she identifies as a lesbian and for years has been a vocal defender of lgbtq and women's rights in the country people have been targeted for similar beliefs in the past. So we're not using her name out of concern for her safety. She's been on the move for the past couple of weeks trying to stay out of the taliban's path now. I'm staying with frames. But i cannot stay here for a long time seriously. I mean one way but after that food shore taliban come to your home twice now she's been told. The taliban came to where she was staying shortly after she left. She says they've asked for her by name. And she believes they're targeting her because of her identity and activism inspect polygon governing busy coop noise but international community and all countries in jimmy on woman when malta future in afghanistan. She told me she saw this danger coming awhile ago. So she reached out to a man who she'd met through an lgbtq facebook page. He's also an activist and identifies as gay but in august the two of got married because they both knew they'd be safer under taliban rule if they were in a heterosexual marriage. All right. did they won't such money on cnn. Based on escaping from taleban will just husband and wife to be saved from taliban on the future of lgbtq people in afghanistan is unclear as details of the new government and what laws it will enforce remain vague
Djokovic Tops Teen "Ruuune!" at US Open in Calendar Slam Bid
"Men's top seed Novak Djokovic has been pushed in his opening round match at the U. S. open the Serbs are priced at only on by the aggressive play of eighteen year old hotel room there's a ranked a hundred and forty five in the world Djokovic eventually prevailed six one in the fourth women's top seed ash Barty was also pushed finally other coming Italian veteran fears on arrival six one seven six twenty four year old Maxime Cressy led the American charge into the second round with the biggest upset in the men's draw defeating the nonstate Pablo Carreno Busta in five sets I'm Graham like us
Lorde: Solar Power Album Review
"Power is lord's third album the first pure heroin. That's heroin with e. Put it on the map with an assist from a breakthrough. Single royals the second album. Melodrama came out in two thousand seventeen was hugely. well received. It's a break-up record full of melancholy pot-bangers and now solar power has her back with a more subdued sound both the title track and the single stoned at the nail salon position lord as a worldly and weary twenty four year old. Who seen it all found a bit of peace with their life and begun to wonder what's next once again. She's working with producer. Jack antonoff who works on absolutely everything these days. But lord is the one taking center stage throughout this record latisha. I'm going to start with you. What do you think a solar power. Okay so i am still sitting solar power as i always. Do you know melodrama. I did get along. We first met But your main submission in here. We are what strikes me about. This new record is lawrence attempt to reconcile the healing properties of nature. You know the wonders of the external world with the inner inherent anxiety being a young adult Infamy of the media life. When you're pop superstar i liked that there. Are these lush silky soundscape. S- you know has more organic instrumentation than her previous records contrasted with you know for boating introspective lyrics. Like when i'm listening. I imagine horri- center forest collecting mama's speaking iraq's casting spells her stephanie. Like songstress You get lost in a backout of these. Launch shifting is right. Move for outlets by nature you know. We hear field combination of every whisper. Cord note All at once like on a hiking
A Lifetime of Lymphedema
"My journey with lymphoma over the past twenty four years has been a complex emotional convoluted just rollercoaster That has occurred as i said before my lymphoma was onset from infancy because of male video. Actually i was emergency. Section baby Since my lymphatic system had not formed properly in the womb all of the fluid in my body had gone to my head. While i was upside down in the womb and because of that i got stuck in the birth canal and an emergency c section operation preceded My dad says that once. I was removed from the womb. My head Resembled a bowling ball So that's nice. Thanks to but upon removing knee and seeing the baby for the first time the doctors were unsure what was going on with me. They thought that. Maybe i might have down syndrome. But just because of the way that i looked but also they were like. Maybe you're just a chunky baby. They just told my parents that i was fat and that there was not much more. They could do in terms of diagnosis. My parents took me home thinking that they might have you know this healthy but fluffy baby And that was not the case because immediately they noticed that all of the fluid and my head had started to go down my body and really gather on the left side of my body and especially in both of my legs and my feet so my legs and my feet were very swollen. My would take me to doctors and the doctors were just repeat. You know. Mr and mrs eggers. You just have a fat baby. But no i actually had primary lymph dima. I was diagnosed at nine months old by dr witty with primary lymphoma and that kicked off a whole life of complex feelings pain managment lots of medical treatments in just a lot of confused emotions. I would say because of my lymphoma Now big things to know about me is. I actually grew up in a military family. And i'm the oldest of four so my family was often moving. We would really only stay in the same place for two to three years. Which means it's hard to find consistent long-term medical care for a child with a disability. The other interesting thing that i noticed a child was that no matter where we went whether it was hawaii whether it was new york. Virginia the culture around my lymph dima was always going to be the same. Everyone would regard me in a similar way of. There's something wrong with this child and it is not attractive and it is not good and that was a big part of my life for a very long time it was honestly incredibly interesting just to see how cultures would change in certain ways. Demographics would change as we would move but this able ism and this pervasive sort of understanding of my condition as a negative thing stayed
Clark Stanley: The Rattlesnake King
"Oil is an actual product that is created from chinese water snakes also known as irabu snakes. It's been used as a traditional chinese remedy for centuries chinese water. Snakes live in ponds and rice paddies. They're slightly venomous snakes under a meter that feed on fish and infineon's the snake oil which is derived from the water. Snakes is very high in the omega. Three fatty acid known as epa snake oil was and is considered by many people to be effective in relieving the pain of ailments such as arthritis bursitis and sore muscles. A modern study found that oil from chinese water. Snakes actually allowed mice to perform better on cognitive tests. Take for that what you will. The chinese workers began to share their remedy with american workers who are working on the railroad and the product began to grow in popularity as the demand for snake. Oil grew people began to figure out ways to meet that demand. Enter into the story. One clark stanley. The self proclaimed rattlesnake king stanley wanted to meet the new demand for snake oil so he created a product known as clark stanley. Snake oil intimate. Just knowing that the word snake was in the title he began using rattlesnakes for the product however a rattlesnake is not a water snake and they have totally different fat profiles eventually however he totally abandoned. The idea of putting rattlesnake oil in the product altogether for twenty four years stanley traveled around the country. Touting the medicinal benefits of his snake oil intimate he created a massive show that he toured with positioning himself Frontiers mun while creating an elaborate backstory. He sold the product at western shows around the country. He claimed that the recipe for his snake oil lyneham. It came from a hoppy medicine. Man the hoppy did not have anything resembling snake oil and at no point. Did he ever mention the chinese origins of the product. Moreover stanley made claims about the product which went far beyond with your original chinese snake. Oil was used for stanley claim that it would cure. Rheumatism sciatica lumbago a sore throat. Frost-bites tooth aches and many other ailments in one famous demonstration at the eighteen ninety. Three chicago world's fair he's supposedly the product in front of a live crowd science writer. Joe schwarz wrote quote stanley. Reach into a sack plucked out a snake slit it open and plunged it into boiling water when the fat rose to the top. He skimmed it off and used it on the spot to create stanley snake. Oil ligament that was immediately snapped up the throng that had gathered to watch the spectacle
Belarus Sprinter Feels Safe, Looks to Future in Poland
"The Belarusian Olympic sprinter who has found refuge in Poland to avoid punishment at home for her criticism for team officials at the Tokyo games says she hopes to focus on how to keep up the world class and running Kerry and speaking in an interview they also said president big center Washoe casino some use guy yeah so she has already I was Polish officials to help resume training the twenty four year old run S. as her life changing one the day when she was barred to compete in the Olympics the drama began after a super nice guy criticized her team officials saying on Instagram that she was put in the four times four hundred relay even though she has never raced in the event I am a serious Shockley
Short Term Rentals and Airbnb
"Recently i was scrolling through tick talk in the algorithms. We're working their magic. And they brought me to this video of this guy that was explaining how him and his wife made like seventy thousand dollars in one month pretty much. Almost one hundred percent passively from real estate investments. And when i heard this i was like. That's really cool like that's awesome. That's a lot of money but real estate investing. There's no way i'm anywhere near that. I mean i'm twenty four years old. I don't even own my own home to live in but that's cool. That's awesome for him. Maybe that's something that i'll get into one day. I know that. Recently i listened to episode five hundred of build your tribe were. My parents talked about real estate. Investments as a stream of income that they have and i was like cool. Maybe one day. When i'm in my late thirties. When i'm in my forties like that's a route. That i could go down but this video popped up on my tick talk for you page in it kind of sparked my interest so i was like all right. Let's see what else this guy has. Let's learn a little bit more about him. His name was michael dante and he posts tick toxin youtube videos mostly primarily around this idea of investing in real estate but his specific niche isn't commercial real estate or even rental properties but short term rental properties. And really even specifically within that niche. His expertise is an airbnb rental properties. Now if you have no idea what airbnb is airbnb short for air bed and breakfast his basically an app where you can rent out your home a portion of your home your guest home. You can basically rent out your space for people to come stam. I can tell you that myself personally. I almost exclusively stay in airbnb. He's i think of the last. Maybe fifteen trips. I've gone on fourteen of them. I stayed in an airbnb. And one time i stayed in a hotel. Airbnb is really increasing. Its popularity and this is in no way an advertisement for airbnb. But i think a lot of people recognize that for just about the same or maybe even a little bit less of a price. You can actually get a lot more with airbnb.
6 Unvaccinated Florida Church Members Die of Covid Within 10 Days, Pastor Says
"I want you to hear from news. Four jax this is from jacksonville. Florida and this is a report about a ghastly loss of life in one particular church community impact. Certain arlington says six of its members have from cova nineteen in just the last ten days other church members are battling the virus in the hospital tonight. News for jackson. Puerto marilyn parker joins us in the newsroom. After speaking with a senior pastor. Bishop george davis maryland. Do the members believe they got the virus at church. No the pastor says he certain after speaking with those family members that they contracted the virus somewhere else now the church is pushing to get as many people vaccinated as possible a swarm of covert nineteen cases reported inside the jacksonville impact. Church senior pastor. George davis says his phone hasn't stopped ringing in the last ten days we have had six Members of our church who have passed away from covert for them were under laid. Thirty five all of them were healthy and the only thing they had in common that he to them were not vaccinated. He says fifteen to twenty members or in the hospital another ten or so at home with the virus and three to five vaccinated members also tested positive. Pain how these are actual people that i know that i've pastored that one twenty four year old kid. I've known him since he was a toddler. Davis says it was late in july when they learned member tested positive he says from then it's been a cascade of additional cases those who passed. He says warning in the hospital long before they went terminal during church services. They require masks. The auditorium is thoroughly cleaned. In between services they practice social distancing and offer hand sanitizers davis pushing to get more people vaccinated the lionel progress around here tables here where they'll have a chance to actually register held a vaccine event in march where he says they vaccinated about eight hundred people with the surge in that community and inside the church holding another event. All i know is my heart. Passion is to help the people that i'm called to
Pacifique X and Finding Eimable
"Welcome to for a blues hominy. Hey thanks for having me before i start. I just want to acknowledge that. I appreciate you taking the time now to share your story with us I know it can't be easy. So i do appreciate that thank you. How would you describe your brother to people who don't know him So in mobley is a very loving person. His name actually named lovable in spanish. And i say he's very like kerry radius and this is not just me trying to boost team up or try to make him sam in something special genuinely is and Yeah describing as very grounded earthy old His fagin as well. So he's very live about his health Get attacking describe my brother play and it just very loving and easy to get along with. Is he the oldest family. Yes i'm up. Live is the oldest. He's twenty four years old right okay. So he's your big brother If you're up to its harmony can you share when and where he went missing and obviously what you choose to disclose is up to you So last time you saw him was all the six Of the twenty third seattle five weeks ago from now So we lost the last time. You seen on In where i be at gordon keith. reserve and unless last time we saw and he was wearing a camera jacket within over day hoodie and he had congress. Bag was black pants and black high top sneakers and his hair was loose in a penny chow effort and Year that's celeste tom sawyer and what he was wearing
American star Simone Biles to return for balance beam finals
"The twenty sixteen Olympic gymnastics champion Simone Biles will return to competition in the balance beam final on Tuesday Biles returns a little over a week after stepping away from the Olympics to focus on her mental health now USA gymnastics says in a statement we're so excited to confirm that you will see two U. S. athletes in the balance beam final tomorrow so neatly and Simone Biles caught what do what you both the twenty four year old Biles won bronze on beam in Rio de Janeiro five years ago and qualified for the eight woman final on the first weekend of the games she had removed herself from the team final on July twenty seventh off to a shaky performance unfold join the first rotation I'm Charles de Ledesma
Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks 200m Breaststroke World Record
"Despite a strong U. S. challenge type job short marker could not be best of the women's two hundred meter breaststroke final that was really just such a tough race then we will racing to do well and you know but it does still doesn't think and maybe one day the twenty four year old south African competing in her first Olympics reach the wall of Americans Lilly king at any Luxor in a world record time of two minutes eighteen point nine five seconds
IOC Offering Mental Health Helpline for Olympic Athletes
"Spooked when she couldn't get comfortable on vault and burdened by what she described as the weight of the world the twenty four year old Biles instead ended her Olympic run last night IOC spokesman mark Adams says mental health is a big issue at the games are we doing enough hi hi I hope so I think so but like everyone in the world we can do more on this issue and we are we ready supporting athletes in this Adam says they're a psychologist at the Olympic village and a help line in seventy languages I'm Julie Walker
Flawless Finish: Morikawa Wins British Open for 2nd Major
"Twenty four year old Collin Morikawa has posted a come from behind victory to be Jordan space by two shots at the British open I just one more you know when you when you're in these moments and you truly love what you do which I love playing golf and competing against these guys this is the best moment ever because the nerves push you to just be a better person the Californian who won the PGA championship as a rookie last year became the first player to win two different marriages at his first attempt and he did with a final round sixty six that gave him a total of fifteen under space when the rice was second with a closing sixty six to finish at thirteen under it was another near miss the Louis who stays and who fell back into a tie for third with Jon Rahm after disappointing seventy one I'm grand like us
Morikawa wins British Open for 2nd major at age 24
"Twenty four year old Collin Morikawa has posted a come from behind victory to be Jordan space by two shots at the British open the Californian who won the PGA championship as a rookie last year became the first player to win two different marriages at his first attempt and he did with a final round sixty six that gave him a total of fifteen under space when the rice was second with a closing sixty six to finish at thirteen under it was another near miss for Louis who stays and who fell back into a tie for third with Jon Rahm after disappointing seventy one rom strong finish means he will now reclaim the world number one ranking I'm grand like us
Coming of Age During the AIDS Crisis
"My first time at circus. April thirtieth nineteen eighty three madison square garden. I'm twenty four years old. And i am not a date berry is not my date yet. We haven't fallen in love yet. But we are at the circus together. We're the very first big aids fundraiser. In new york a few early supporters of the gay men's health crisis got together and bought out a performance of the barnum and bailey circus. The greatest show on earth wasn't prepared to officially host an event for his cause. But gmc got around that by reselling the seventeen thousand six hundred seats to raise money and tackle the growing crisis ernest. See of gay men when the ringmaster introduces broadway star patti. Lupone lose it. After meeting speech from patty leonard bernstein walks across the floor of the arena to conduct the orchestra of the star spangled banner mezzo-soprano shirley varez voice feels. The garden joined by thousands of voices in the audience. Patriotism clowns and aids seems improbable now but felt so right in the moment.
Blue Jackets Goalie Dies After Fireworks Accident
"It's being described as a tragic accident police in Novi Michigan say a firework tilted slightly and started to fire toward people twenty four year old Matisse give Lennix was in a hot tub the autopsy shows he died of chest trauma prior to the autopsy police said kid Lennix was believed to have slipped and hit his head on concrete while running from a malfunctioning firework give Lennix played two games for the blue jackets last season the team's general manager tweeted life is so precious and can be so fragile hug your loved ones today R. I. P. Matisse you will be dearly missed I'm a Donahue
Hara Allison's Powerful Personal Story
"Talk about some of the work that you do some your series and then some of your experience in the past in graphic arts share actually my twenty four year old daughter at the time had an idea. She follows this site on instagram. Called be more and it's about you know. They hold up signs where they say. I'm more than my diagnosis. And so she suggested. I paint words on her back of who she thinks. She is not necessarily what she looks like. But that photograph sparked a series. And i had twenty eight women take part and the words were just amazing and beautiful and each person that came over. We sat down and talked about the words. We discussed them. One person was survivor of domestic abuse. And her words are strong loyal safe. Just it ran. The gamut one lady has stage four cancer. It was really really emotional and beautiful and watching. The women claim the words that they were beautiful. You know most of the women were overweight. I just to see them claim who they were and not what they look like was really really beautiful and powerful specify the series it after that i did one for men called real men real man. Something like that anyway and it's so interesting who feels called to participate. One of the men was a transgender man. And that was so cool. And another was paraplegic. I just really love who feels called to say. Seaney notice me and hear me. It's really lovely experience. Wow how moving for you and the individuals partic- yeah. I feel that connection. Yeah what a connection that you're creating and i'm sure that comes out in the artwork right and i think so. They feel really empowered. Most of the women in the seamy series bought a print to put up in their room or the one who was domestically abused. Has it on her bathroom mirror so every morning she can remember those words
"twenty four year" Discussed on KOMO
"For more than sixty years is indeed gone but watch out says they're still single deck demolition work to finish over the BNSF train tracks north of the market crews have been working to tear down the last double decker section across Coleman dock Alaskan in Marion this call was Tammy Mutasa reporting a by the way the Dearborn street closure on north bound ninety nine before the tunnel is now open a boil water advisory remains in effect for the north bend area early this week this allow water association announced members it if found E. coli in its system of the people needed to boil their water more samples have been taken since and E. coli continues to show up one well it's been shut down the rattlesnake well which is a source for the entire system but the two remaining wells will be able to meet the demand for several months the advisory will remain into effect until at least the week of October first. a fatal accident gray's harbor overnight a twenty four year old man el Hussein Kahneman was killed when his vehicle love westbound state route eight epic night road four miles east of Elmo and hit a tree the cause of that crash is under investigation the Bartels drugstore third in union in downtown Seattle will close for good early next year store management this crime is the reason they say the cost of stolen items and hiring armed security has become too high saying in a statement it costs us less to pay the rent with no offset than it does to operate the store Derek rich as a regular customer. all the time. the company says it wouldn't open anymore stores downtown but.
"twenty four year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"A twenty four year old gunman opened fire in a crowded Oregon district killing nine including his own sisters but they're learning more about his violent ideology state police chief Richard Beal says they still have not established a motive for the shooter but in the evidence they've recovered so far they've learned individual had a history of obsession with violin ideation to clue mass shootings and had expressed a desire to commit a mass shooting the violin ideologies elevated this to a federal case the FBI now leading the investigation into motive to this point they have not found a racial bias or a link to the el Paso shooting Ribeiro ABC news Dayton a federal appeals court has restored a defamation lawsuit that former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin brought against the New York times Halen sued the times claiming that a twenty seventeen editorial falsely accused her of inciting the two thousand eleven Tucson shootings the left Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords injured the time side of the map published by pavements political action committee that used stylized crosshairs to target the electoral districts of Gifford St nineteen other Democrats the US circuit court of appeals says that a lower court ruling tossed out payments lawsuit too quickly without giving her a chance to get email records and other evidence that might help her lawyer spot Macleay KTA are do you see a cross country bus tour denouncing a federal lawsuit that aims to throw out the affordable Care Act made a stop in Phoenix today state house minority leader Charlene Fernandez spoke at the event this morning the one thing that Arizona's deserve that thing above most is that when their children get sick when they get sick they are able to go to the hospital she says the affordable Care Act does need some changes but it should be thrown out entirely Arizona is part of a twenty state coalition that filed a lawsuit arguing the ACA is unconstitutional the fire burning northeast of Scottsdale has grown to twenty six hundred acres it is zero percent contained this brush fire started after a lightning strike supported on Saturday night no homes are being threatened right now but it is in a remote area on the east.
"twenty four year" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For twenty four years with the Racine police department. He leaves behind two children. The department says that officer Hetland was highly respected. And he also served as a field training. Officers department announcing his death has a line of duty death because Hetland stepped into action despite being. Off duty Chicago. Police are questioning a man in last night shooting that injured three C T a bus passengers including two teenagers transported from the university of Chicago. Those were both the eighteen year olds, the fifty nine year old male went to Saint Bernard hospital. He he was getting by. ESPN Chicago police. Sergeant Rocco Leo. He took himself to Saint Bernard. Apparently in stable condition, there's you read the officers say the teens are at university of Chicago medical center, man is in critical condition. The woman is in serious condition. Investigators with the F, B I cannot cooperate Brent Christian since claim that he killed twelve people before ducting and murdering a Chinese scholar and aged testified yesterday Christians trial that there is no evidence so far that yingying Zhang was the defendants thirteen victim on a recording plate for juries on Friday, Christian since tells his then girlfriend that Jiang was his thirteenth victim. The agent testified that decline isn't completely impossible, you may have noticed a lot of mosquitoes nearby state public health spokesperson Melanie Arnold. Seeing a lot more mosquitoes, but they're typically floodwater or what we call nuisance mosquitoes, and generally, they do not carry disease. They are kind of like their name think they're more or less than nuisance. And she says the best way to protect yourself is to stay inside at dusk, and dawn. When mosquitoes are most active, and where long light colored clothes if possible insect? Repellents also containing deet also helpful to fight mosquitoes. Officials have the KENDALL county, Republican party are condemning party, volunteer who allegedly gave a Nazi salute to congresswoman Loren under word Underwood and other Democrats as they passed a parade float. The volunteer was on men reportedly also shouted Sieg. Heil Sunday during us, we goes prairie fest parade former county GOP chairman, James, martyr plans to challenge Underwood in two thousand twenty for the fourteenth congressional district seat..
"twenty four year" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"This story. Police in a small New Jersey town arrested alleged drunk driver Friday morning, and then arrested the friend who came to pick her up for allegedly drunk driving. It started just after the midnight hour hack. It's down. Police made a traffic. Stop pulling over twenty one year old Morgan Duran. For a moving violation while the responding officer smelled alcohol alternately arrested for DWI DWI in a school zone, reckless driving, and careless driving. At the police station. She called her friend, Twenty-four-year-old Sebastian reim- to come. Pick her up. I'm in trouble. But when police spoke dream in the lobby of the station they smelled alcohol on his. Well guess what, gets DWI and reckless driving charge. Both were released alternately to a sober driver pending a court appearance. I guess, don't call your drunk friend to come pick you up for drunken driving. Is that the moral of the story, that's, that's crazy. Never touching on this earlier this week. And I said, at the time this has got to be one of our DA of the week nominees, and it is indeed, to Texas, the died Friday after trying to jump over the open drawbridge. Like last Friday shortly after two o'clock in the morning. So I'm assuming there's probably some alcohol involved. It's the black Baio bridge.
"twenty four year" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"At twenty four year old man's been arrested in the death of an eighteen month old girl. Glendale police say the child was found unresponsive at home near northern and sixty three rd avenue she was saying to the hospital, but she didn't make it investigators say Austin Parker admitted to being frustrated with the child, he's been charged with homicide and sexual misconduct with a minor. Time to take a look at that Friday. Traffic now with Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers. Traffic center, we'll Becky Lynn. We've got a few crashes out there including the loop one zero one westbound right at I seventeen inch the transition ramp to head northbound. I don't have is on this crash yet, but that's insisting. It's their watch for delays. One thing I do see, though is on the seventeen northbound north of the loop one on one. It is awfully slow in that area. So if you're near deer valley, you're going to see a big time backup trying to get out of town via wear. This is already packed in this area. It's quite severe now. The two zero two red mountain westbound at UC, see this crash there off on the right shoulder. It's making for brake lights back behind in once you get past it. He's continue for you over towards the mini stack transition. We're ten westbound you're going to see those usual delays downtown stretching out towards sixty seventh avenue on the westbound side. And on the eastbound side it's slow for you, as well at a downtown as you make your way over to about Eliot at this point. This report sponsored by Amtrak Bank division of. New York community Bank. Amtrak's Bank wants to help keep you on the road to savings south by one of their fourteen convenient branches located throughout the valley Prescott and Sedona. Visit my NYC dot com today. Clear, and sixty.
"twenty four year" Discussed on KOMO
"Top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center to be blur in jail after police chase this afternoon that stretched from Everett to Edmonds. Several crashes are reported as a result of that chase. Komo's Tammy matassa has more from Edmund. We just talked to witnesses who say this was a wild and crazy taste from Everett. All the way to admit. And this is where all the accidents happening in this parking lot of two hundred and twentieth white card that's banged up in the front. Witnesses are telling me this the car police have been chasing now ever police say right now they have too many custody video from. Witnesses showing police cars flying by as they try to catch the men police say during the crazy chase several crashes happened along the way and several agencies jumped into help catch these guys people in the car jumped out and ran but were caught quickly the passengers identified as Twenty-four-year-old Hector Garcia who is wanted for a violent. I remember in Yakima. A police standoff in eastern Washington ended with a man taking his own life. After that forty one year old man allegedly stabbed his wife and took off with their son. Triggering an amber alert Komatsu Romero tells us the five year old boy is now save valley. Police say they answered a panic alarm at home and found a woman bleeding. She told them her estranged husband Forty-one-year-old, Justin Robertson had stabbed her after she served him with divorce papers, and then he took off with their five year old son triggering the amber alert, she had serious injuries. But is expected to recover Spokane county sheriff's deputies tracked Robertson down in a home near the town of Saint John about an hour away. They were able to negotiate the safe release of the five. Year old boy Romero, KOMO news time eleven thirty four. Triple A traffic.
"twenty four year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Twenty four years that gets the least amount of attention. And that is the good old topic of tax, you see taxes are inevitable, folks. Right. We we know that the only things to be sure of in this world are death and taxes. Right. We know. None of us are getting out of here live, but many of us can get out of here alive from unnecessary taxes because we just had a client. I think the put this to the point this week. He said, you know, Chuck. I've heard some really great things. And here's here's where we're at. We we've saved a conservative out of money as you share is predictable. The baby boomers have shared that have saved in pre-tax accounts because we grew up with the 4._0._1._K right in the IRA. And he said he appears my concern. I want to learn how you can help us not get killed in unnecessary taxes. And folks, we see it time and time again when when you think about what we have found to be an average of one to three thousand a month of unnecessary taxes being paid by boomers that with a tweak here tweak their a timing in a shifting of over there. They've been able to free that money up which is twelve to thirty six thousand a year. And then take that over X number of years that they could have been doing it or that they will be doing it. Wow. It is a millions of dollars in the tax code was actually created for people to pay the least amount of tax. But somehow we've all gotten this thing. Confused, I've found that tax accounting is starkly different from tax planning. You see there's there's cert tax masters that are out there. Right. It's a small group of CPA's and tax strategies that are looking for what someone doesn't have to pay the majority of of my experience doing this now for twenty five years, and what I've seen in other clients cases is it's not that. It's kind of like what a client said the other day. They said, you know, Chuckie hit right on the nose this tax planning thing is kind of like the definition of insanity. Doing the same thing over and expecting a different result. And basically when someone tells us, here's the boxes that need to be checked. Here's the deadlines that need to be met. Right. And then oh, by the way. Here's how much you owe clear. There's no planning exercise in that. And so folks, that's what I want to challenge you with because those of you listening that have worked hard and saved hard. If you don't get this. Right. You're going to overpay tax and get tax so hard. That the good news is there's things you can do to prevent that from having to happen. And if you are getting taxed hard like several of you have shared with me, especially in the first quarter of this year. Chuck I got killed last year. Help us what can we do there still things that you can do? And and now is the time and the reason for that. If you only remember this, you know, a couple of things I share gimme a couple of minutes here because these are going to be significant nuggets that will save you a fortune if you pay heed, and that is we have a tax sale. You know, we have a proprietary software that helps people see what unnecessary tax. They're paying and certain areas by just having a copy of their personal return. And what happens is with the tax brackets being obviously draw the tax rates dropped in the bracket thresholds expanded in the the standard deduction doubled. Folks. There hasn't been a better time to save tax in this country, and maybe thirty plus years in the good news is there is still time at least another couple years before possibly a new president gets elected. And we all anybody turns on the news at any given point at time of the day sees that there's one political party being the Democrats that are pushing in almost tripping over themselves to find a way to get more tax more tax more tax more tax to pass some of these things that just in my opinion are just ridiculous. However, that's our politics. The good news is taxes are as predictably paid is their predictably saved. The difference is having a better plan and saving taxes than the plan. The IRS has already concocted to get us to overpay taxes. See it's interesting, you know, all these different surveys out there, right? It's not just answering people telling us the mistakes retirees make people telling us that the tax questions that people couldn't answer. And I won't even bore you with that. But I mean, it's as basic as in other words, the writings on the wall with with society teaching that were just not getting arms around the stuff. And the good news is I'm here to teach you how to do that how to take the had to get all the parts to to be greater than the parts. How to get to the components working in the right direction. And it's not what the federal government tells you for the most part, it's not take your social security early. You know, push out taking any money from your 4._0._1._K's in IRA's. That's a great plan. Sadly, that's a great plan. Best designed to overpay taxes to the federal government to collect those extra taxes from you, not for you to put those unnecessary taxes. Back into your pocket away from San getting the IRS out of your IRA's and using that money for your travel, your children your grandkids the memories, right? The money's the byproduct, but unnecessary tax. Wchs is not necessary. And it's fun teaching people how to get that tax back or to prevent that tax from happening in the first place. You see not only would there be two key questions. I post you one is do you know, how much tax you're overpaying unnecessarily and now's the time right because it's top of mind since Ren tax season. And the second question becomes when will you do something about it based on the concern of where you think future tax rates are gonna go, right? And I could give you example, after example, but even our own reserve chairman Jerome Powell restated his concern of the government's deficit just in a press conference this week saying the nation's growing debt piled needs to be addressed Bloomberg came out and said US post largest ever monthly budget deficit folks who's gonna pay for this. Well, you know, the the the you've heard that when you point your finger, you got three pointing back at you, folks, we're going to pay for those of you listening that have worked hard and saved hard. We're gonna get taxed hard if we don't do something about it. And here's here's why passionate about. This is see this every week. I'm not just a bestselling author or national radio educator. I take on a certain number of clients each and every year and have had a front row seat of seeing the absolute overpayment of unnecessary taxes. I'm someone like you that has been a victim of overpaying taxes. That's why I got very passionate about it by bringing entire tax practice of tax planning was certified tax masters that can help our clients coordinate. Not just the tax savings side. But how that correlates and connects right with the different components of the retirement planning side. Listen for those of you that turned seventy half in two thousand eighteen please make sure you hear me. There is a deadline that is on your doorstep that if you don't take what's called a required minimum distribution by April. First, not fools day. But this other government tries to full you. You will have a fifty percent are MD penalty are MD standing for required minimum distribution in. Here's the kicker if you didn't take our MD in two thousand eighteen when you turn seventy and a half. You got an extension through April first of the following year being now, but it also doesn't alleviate from you having to take another required minimum distribution by the end of twenty nine thousand nine by December thirty first or face another fifty percent penalty. Here's what I want to make sure those of you that are saying we'll check I'm not seventy half. What relevance is that to me? That it would you would be benefited by making sure that you either reduce the amount of money. You have in your IRA's and 4._0._1._K's to keep your are MD's down. When you do hit the infamous age, seventy and a half or even better how you can legally eliminate the requirement of distributions by getting the IRS out of your IRA. So you don't even have to deal with these penalty provision in this rush to get the distributions and the uncertainty of where taxes are going to go, and what the tax rate will be when you do or are forced to take that distribution, folks. The ideas if you are seventy and a half or older we've saved so much tax for those of you that are over that infamous age. And ideally is one person said I wish I would have learned this before I turned seventy half. We wish people would have to but are still things that you can do even if you have exceeded seventy and a half. And I'm talking about people that have worked so hard to save money in these 4._0._1._K's IRA's with two hundred thousand five hundred thousand. Up to five million we've seen that are just getting killed. And let me give you a really good example. See when we talk about the, you know, the sum is greater than all the parts that can be great when we're talking about how to make all these things fit together to pay the least amount of tax the challenges. Most people we meet the sum is greater than all the parts because of the extra over tax. They're paying because here's all the extra parts are being contributed towards their unnecessary tax. They're having to take this requirement of distribution or the amount. They're pulling out their 4._0._1._K IRA is now forcing them into a higher marginal tax bracket. On top of that. Because of what they're taxable income is in their social security benefits. There's a formula that then ends up taxing eighty five percent of their social security, which then if that wasn't bad enough there brokerage account, especially involved two years like the end of two thousand eighteen the fund manager bought and sold positions all over the place generated these this phantom capital gain income that gets passed onto the consumer that now pushes them into an even higher marginal tax bracket in now by the time, the dust clears this component that component and the other unnecessary tax component now force if they are over sixty-five or older now the Medicare Part B and D penalty premium increase and next thing, you know, people are paying extra to three thousand a month of unnecessary tax. That wasn't even needed folks. Here's the good news. I wanna teach you what you can do right now to insulate yourself from unnecessary tax being able to answer how much am I? Unnecessarily paying and how much more can I get back right or to outrun? What obviously is a no brainer of higher future tax rates. Ironically, even if Tex rates don't go higher for the simple reason because the cost of living will continue to go higher. And because we're going to have to take a more or a higher distribution out of our 4._0._1._K's in IRA's to get after Uncle Sam gets paid the higher net needed amount..
"twenty four year" Discussed on KOMO
"Was intercepted. And the Twenty-four-year-old SuperBowl rookie found himself on the again. And again, and again, this is hard to watch. Absolutely. The worst start for the Rams possible. I wish I would have played better defenses dominated the scoreless. First quarter view like offensive football wealth to bed while the Rams misfired all night long. The patriots managed to take advantage of their few opportunities. Patriots star rob gronkowski playing in. What could be his last game with rumors swirling about a possible retirement? That's the way to go. It's the right way to go. If I go out this is the right way Brady's biggest weapon of the night settlement the games MVP. With yet another cash sharing an emotional hug after their historic win, the legendary dynasty once again bringing home the Lombardi trophy. Number six great. I pinch myself. I didn't believe are harder would be. Choke is forty two years one the first one out of six and eighteen years. The only touchdown came late rookie running back Sony. Michelle driving the ball into the end zone with seven minutes left in the game at thirteen to three. We'll go down as the lowest scoring Super Bowl history. But that didn't make the result any less. Sweet Brady's wife. Watched as her husband became the oldest starting quarterback to win an all team celebrated the victory in the locker room as the New England faithful.
"twenty four year" Discussed on X96
"So they can go to gracie's tonight. Inexperienced this wonderful jazz night. Okay. Thank you. All right. Here's boomer candidate number one. Well, you're lucky we like, dancing almost ceiling. Lionel Ritchie's only sung. He's a model. I guess areas. Name is miles Brockman Richie. He had a run in with the cops at the UK airport. After allegedly claiming that he had a bomb, and then slugging a security guard a spokesman for the metropolitan police in London say that the twenty four year old man accepted a caution Saturday for communicating false information causing a bomb and also battery following an incident at Heathrow our law enforcement, sources say that it was miles who issued the caution was issued the coffin. He was detained. But then later accepted the caution from police and then released as far as what went down. I wouldn't say that miles was trying to get on a flight. But for some reason he was not allowed. He became angry and claim that he had a balm in his bag, which he would detonate if you let onto the plane. That's just dumb. We're told security was showed up and miles. Then allegedly punched one of the security guards. So not only did he claimed that he had a bomb that he would detonate he punched a security guard. Now, if it was anyone else would be thrown in jail, probably. But because it was Lionel Ritchie's, son. He was issued a caution and told you'll just lucky we like dancing almost feeling just issued a caution issued a call for a bomb threat. An assault. We've really we really enjoy that song of your father's dancing on the ceiling. We're going to issue. You will cost me off you go now. Hello. Boehner candidate.
"twenty four year" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"S for the week nominees are first edition for twenty nineteen. Last friday. We did it was actually the top twelve for the year of twenty eighteen got to the best of dumb ass nominees. Now, your brain dead normally sends them to me early on Friday. Nate sent me a story that I guess that she might actually qualify. She could definitely qualify as a nominee at Oklahoma woman slapped with a hefty fine. After showing off any illegal deer a deer kill on a dating app to a gas. She was looking to hook up with. Who she didn't realize just happened to be a state game warden? Loops. The woman whose name was withheld unwittingly told Twenty-four-year-old cannon Harrison who was a MacIntosh county warden. On the dating app notice bumbled that she had killed a big old. Buck. Now, he said, honestly, the first thing I thought was this is somebody who's just messing with me because they knew who I was too good to be true. Right. He decided to write back. Hell, yeah. You get them with a Bo Bo would have been a legal method of killing the deer to which she responded. We don't need to talk about that. Yes, he this season. Which licensed residents can hunt with rifles head ended making the act illegal. Gory photos posted to the game. Wardens Facebook page showed that only the head and the back strap meet were harvested, which is also illegal. So he decided to investigate a bit further, and he asked the woman if she had been quote spotlighting is they call it an illegal act in Oklahoma in which bright light is aimed into the animals is which essentially they just freeze in place. Was able to actually get her to admit she was spotlighting. Told him where she shot the deer sent up a photo of her posing with the kill. Then you social media to narrow down a search for the woman's identity game wardens arrived at her home the following day. I guess if you're gonna do something illegal don't brag about it on social media, right? Yeah. The woman and a companion pleaded out immediately. The charges of improper possession of an illegally taken animal and taking game out of season cost them twenty four hundred dollars in fines. She avoided further charges of wanton waste of meat and spotlighting. Harrison said. You can't just ignore a broken law that falls right in your lap like that. But I was kind of a bummer. And she's she said it was her first veer ever. But you do wonder about that. But well, she gets a dumb ass nominee. Hello horse feathers morning. Your honor? I it on the internet. Just better leave it alone. And you want to put something on the internet, and you better leave it alone. You don't know who you're talking to get between between your catfish story of this. Right. Yes, sir. Two in a row though. Anyway. But again, if it's anything to do with the internet just believing the lie, you're putting.
"twenty four year" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Twenty-four-year-old. Jonathan Felix say they need more time, they need to gather more evidence judge granted it continuous continuance. That is so for now the case is on hold. But this story is certainly made headlines because of course, in of this incident was caught on surveillance cameras November seventh of last year outside of mcgregor's ale. House in mission valley attorneys for Felix they shows him surrounded by four off-duty San Diego. Police officers Felix says the officers never identified themselves as officers and ganged up on him after he had just finished a sixteen hour work shift. Downtown Felix suffered a broken vertebrae. And the beating, but he was the one who was arrested as DP says they've launched an investigation into the incident. A popular actress is set to bring Barbie to life in a live action film. CBS news Matt piper has the story. Margot Robbie has some big shoes to fill. Mattel and Warner Brothers pictures officially announcing the twenty eight year old will portray the role of Barbie in their upcoming live action movie, the actors will also co produce the film the role of Bali was originally supposed to be played by Amy Schumer in two thousand sixteen source told entertainment tonight that the plot would involve Barbie getting kicked out of Barbie land for not being perfect enough Schubert dropped out because of scheduling conflicts. The film's title and release date. Have not yet been revealed Matt piper CBS news now, here's news eight Heather Myers with your micro-climate forecast. Gorgeous day across San Diego County, lots of sunshine out there, a little cooler than it was yesterday low to mid sixties at the beaches, upper sixties for most of our inland communities similar conditions as we cruised into your Thursday. Clouds back in the mix by Friday on AM, seven sixty. I'm news as Heather Myers right now. It's sunny and sixty seven in alcohol on the gulls winners of eight of their last nine kickoff. A three game road trip tonight in Stockton against the heat. There's more breadwinner Bill coming up AM seven sixty talking breaking news. You're welcome to ride along with me. Brentwood for wealthy, man. AM seven sixty talking breaking news, gray, call John great call..
"twenty four year" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"It's gotta be the right home skill. He just can't go anywhere. He needs to find them a home and go and go play somewhere. But I do not believe it's going to be fairly. I believe. Philadelphia Eagles have hitched their wagon. The Carson Wentz. That's why they moved heaven and earth to move up to the number two slot to select him the second pick overall. And I don't think they regret that decision. Unlike the ravens skip I believe once they made that switch to Lamar I believe once they selected Lamar Jackson. They were like after this year. We're moving on. Yeah. I do not believe they'd have internal discussions at this point about do. We keep Wentz. Or do. We keep those. I don't believe they've had that discussion. I just believed that once it's fully healthy. And normally it takes a year not mmediately after but the following year after the surgery is that when we'll see the best cars wins. And so with that being said, skipped no winces the future. I'm gonna Lippold. You you congratulate him you wish it well for what he's been able to do. But I'm not I'm not giving up on the twenty four year old quarterback. So I'm going to say something that will not happen. But you're asking me, what would I do? I would pay Nick foles. And I would trade Carson Wentz. And people say that's just crazy in. It's not because the circumstances continue to scream at you. This quarterback plays quarterback better than this quarterback. Does in this quarterback can stay healthier than this quarterback can stay. Wince ease injury plagued every time. I turn around something else is a little or a lot wrong gone all the way back to college. So it's scary to go forward at some point pretty soon. You're going to have to the whole ranch. Not just your draft ranch. You're going to have to debate your salary cap branch on Carson win. Same thing with Andrew look in jail. Okay. We'll it is lately, but it in for a long time. That's the thing. You got eight willing to roll the dice. You could be right. So Nick foles is still twenty nine years of age though, he's about to turn thirty. But to me he's just entering his prime as a quarterback. So let's step back and look at his body of work in regular season games. He's thrown sixty eight touchdown passes to only thirty three interceptions. Is that good? That's really good in playoff games. He's thrown ten touchdowns to only three interceptions. That's really what it even better in five playoff games. His QBR is seventy nine almost eighty..
"twenty four year" Discussed on KOMO
"And now bring the league's top rushing attack. Dallas Dallas head coach. Jason Garrett says is guys will have to be just as physical as the Seahawks. I think it's important to be a physical football team in all aspects of your team not just on the offense and defensive lines on the edges on offense. The tight ends the receivers the running back fullback our quarterback is a physical player that makes impression on the defense. And when you're slip over the same thing Seahawks quarterback. Russell Wilson knows. What's to knows what to expect on Saturday night? You don't get this far. You know, for no reason, you know, they're they're going to be a great football team. They're really really really good when we play in the first time, and we found a way to win. But they really improve in a big way. Just like we have kickoff is five fifteen Saturday night on FOX. Also this weekend the Houston Texans host the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC wildcard game Saturday afternoon, then on Sunday the chargers play the ravens and the eagles play the bears running back. Chris Carson is NFC offensive player of the month for December. Carson ran for five hundred sixteen yards and five TD's last month and calls basketball Saturday night. The huskies will host the cougs. Our pre-game show starts at seven o'clock also Gonzaga host Santa Clara tip off time for that game is six o'clock on root sports sports at ten and forty minutes past the hour. I'm Eric Heintz on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. Komo news time eight forty one more than twenty five years after he was maimed by his wife. John Wayne Bobbitt is telling his side of the story. It's a story that deeply fascinated the nation and. Deeply divided men and women Raina Bob Bob at court case that has attracted international attention Twenty-four-year-old Lorena Bobbitt, claiming she'd suffered years of physical and sexual abuse attacking her husband twenty six year old John Wayne Bobbitt, while he says he was sleeping when I sprung up, and I was bleeding as blind.
"twenty four year" Discussed on Product Hunt Radio
"Right. And maybe not very well. And you go to a large company to kind of see how things are done really, well, but across a broad range of disciplines functions. And you know, really see how the whole thing comes together as engines humming smoothly and operating you mentioned communication is one. I guess skill or trait of people in larger companies like you used to blog. I mean, he's still do. But you used to boggled a lot that's largely how I think you'd build pretty massive falling over the past decade or so writing, right? How did you get into writing to begin with? So I I love writing that you know, that that's kind of the very first thing. And I was always one of these teenagers where like I kept a journal, and I would like right in it and like deleted, and then, you know, started new one and just literally I was the only audience kind of thing, I enjoyed it myself. And so before starting my current professional blog, I. I think I had like three other blogs that I had started over the years just basically just getting going, and then like deleting them and just like, you know, like not really sticking with it over time. Why did you delete the previous blog because you get bored with a, you know, and you're just kind of like, okay, I'm done, you know, kind of thing. And then like, I think on those literally, you know, it's like who's reading it. It's like ADA, you know, my parents, you know. Andrews early blocks, he would actually forcibly subscribe to the Email that we wouldn't miss anything. It was before. I can I think Email laws in certainly before GD. Right. Exactly. So yeah. I don't don't don't tell a twenty year old who can subscribe to a blog or not. So it was I really enjoyed that. And then when I moved to the bay area ten years ago, when I basically decided to do was I was like I'm going to write down everything that I'm learning, and I'm just going to start, you know, going out. And and so the funny thing I was like learning so much in my first year that I was just writing a lot of light kind of pretty random snippets. You know, some of it would be like a paragraph or two, and I would do it like, you know, maybe twice a week or something like that. So like pretty pretty often. And that's actually how I met. Mark Andriessen originally it turned out that he somehow randomly think had had stumbled on my blog via hacker news. And then through that, you know, had ended up seeing some of my content in the cold emailed me. And that's why I met him two thousand seven so it was like pretty pretty random an amazing, you know, like adventure. And so, but but at the time I was entrepreneur in residence. I was a twenty four year. Entrepreneur residents actually across the street from here, which is really funny, and one of the things that my colleagues would tell me as they would say like, why are you wasting your time, you know, blogging giving away all all your best ideas. Right. Like what what are you? What are you doing? Right. Like, this is the these are the secrets that you're gonna use to understand the other thing. And at the time I was like, well, I'm never going to be a venture capitalist. So like, it doesn't matter result. I've just going to give away all the stuff. And then it's obviously so ironic now that like, you know, so much of the job is obviously sharing your ideas and giving back to the community via Twitter medium, and you know, writing writing essays and all about the norm. But yeah, right, right. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. In fact, it was like would have been considered very contrarian. I think to actually share a bunch. But anyway, so I've kept it up. And so I think, you know, I'm I'm in well into the, you know, many many hundreds of essays over over ten years, and I've I think at times taken like hiatus took a two year hiatus. In the middle. But like I think my goal now is really to publish like regularly. But to do it at kind of like, a high level of quality and to go deeper into ideas, and sort of break new concepts and new kinds of data, you know, to the to the community versus literally the early days..
"twenty four year" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Rita. Coventry Brock Pemberton signed Twenty-four-year-old Dwight Frye to a five year contract from then his career continued with a series of other well received performances he also returned as a featured guest to the colonial players in pittsfield. Massachusetts in the summer of nineteen twenty three and he was the darling of that summer season. He even reprised his role in Rita Coventry with that start company the musical comedy sitting pretty debuted on Broadway on April eighth nineteen twenty four and as the star Dwight delighted critics and audiences. It was during this time that powerful critic Charles Collins lauded, fry as the next John Barrymore. Yeah. At one point he was actually put on a list of the ten best stars of Broadway, which was pretty huge at the time in the nineteen twenty five melodrama puppets Dwight played a villain, a white slavery. Frank mohacs. This was a departure from the roles that he had been playing up to that point because he had done a lot of musicals and a lot of comedy in light fair and the critics and audiences adored him in this villainous role. This was followed by the show a man's man in nineteen twenty five which is a story about a married. Couple who yearns for more in the ways that their desires are twisted by others for their own. Lines while Dwight Frye had been lauded and praised for his work up to that point a man's, man. Truly made him a star the reviews were all praise and the white called at one of his favorite roles. Ammann's man ran for one hundred twenty shows and whites co star in the play Josephine Hutchinson later talked about how immersed fry would become in the role and essence he was method acting before that was a common technique of actors. She wants told writer, Gregory, William Bank, quote, Dwight would come into the theater and so- hypnotized himself into Israel every night that I was afraid he'd kill me. Yeah. He was he was an immersion actor way beginning at the end of nineteen twenty six and running well into nineteen twenty-seven. Dwight was comedy play the title of which utterly charms me. It was the devil in the cheese. This played a plot. As nutty as one might expect with an Egyptian God appearing to grant one of the characters wish after that man eats a piece of mummified. A two thousand year old cheese. I feel like this is a cautionary tale about our owner episodes. I do. In the cast along with Dwight Frye was also a foreign born actor whose career would end up tied to Dwight's down the road. And that was Bela Lugosi, both go see and fry got the best reviews of the cast, but they didn't become friends after the devil in the cheese ended a successful run Lugosi went onto star in the Broadway. Production of Dracula and Dwight Frye, went onto a whole string of jobs some successful in some not, but he was consistently reviewed, positively. Yeah, he was one of those actors that even if the play was a clunker. They would always go. But Dwight Frye was great don't like he was kind of the saving grace of a lot of shows in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight Dwight had.
"twenty four year" Discussed on Examining Politics
"And so the poll that we did that we released yesterday focuses on young people eighteen to twenty four years old and has over samples of sorry. That was a bit of a wonky say, the focus is okay, see space for you. And we also were trying to look specifically at the young people who are newly eligible to vote in this election because of some of the things that have been going on in this country. These weren't even millennials right? This is the gen Z. I mean, most of the sample is this new group that folks are trying to understand. Exactly. Yeah. Which is why we really wanted to do this poll and focus and learn more. And contribute to the conversation about are we connecting young people with politics right now in successful ways. Now one thing that I get asked a lot, and I'm really interested in your take on is differences between this kind of gen Z this or the tail end of the millennial generation and those folks that are now late twenties early thirties, which is kind of a heart of the millennial generation, especially kind of with the students from parkland like making, you know, making their voice heard on the gun issue. Is there something different about the way? Jen Zee approaches their own political engagements that's a fascinating question. And we probably talk about that for hours in our in our pre-election poll one of the things that we found was that contrary to pass data. You know, if you look at like eighteen twenty four year olds it's eighteen and nineteen year olds who are less likely to vote than some of their some of their peers in their late twenties early thirties. But in our poll, those eighteen nineteen twenty year olds are just as likely to say that they're going to. As older voters, and one of the things that we've been trying to put into perspective is the climate that some of these teams have grown up in relative to politics. Black lives matter, you know, many conversations about immigration, lots of work around. You know, LGBT writes, the list could go on a lot of issues about identity. You know, it's not just what do you think about taxes or debt or spending? I mean, I remember studying what did millennials care about knows things like national defense things? Like what's going to happen with the economy at feels to me like gen Z is focused on these kind of questions of identity and representation a lot it does. It does seem like that. Although in our poll, we did find that healthcare was most important to people. So I think that, you know, some of those everyday issues also sneak in there as a real in relationship. Oh, sure. So so I think that part of this hypothesis that were developing is that gen Z has just grown up with a culture of engagement and seeing people fighting for what they. See is fairness in a way that maybe millennials didn't necessarily so in two thousand and eight when I first started looking at this topic. There's a lot of talk about how the millennial generation was getting engaged because Barack Obama was inspirational figure and yet in the midterm elections. He wasn't on the ballot participation was a little lower. Now, we typically see younger voters are turning out as much as older voters in these midterm years. Are you seeing anything in this data that suggests this time might be different? We're seeing a lot the suggests twenty and eighteen is different, and, you know, all voters drop in terms of turnout between presidential and mid terms. Young people just drop a little bit more. But this year, you know, this is my third midterm election working with circle and this year feel so different and our data indicate that as well. So we were lucky enough to do a pre-election poll in two thousand sixteen as well. So we're able to compare our twenty teen data twenty sixteen and it's remarkable. So the. The what we're seeing in terms of likelihood devote isn't exactly what we saw in two thousand sixteen but it's close. So for a mid-term, if our, you know, our estimates are even close to what happens, which they very much were in two thousand sixteen. We would see a very large increase in turnout. We're also seeing that young people in cluding tea and twenty year olds are following congressional elections more than they did in two thousand sixteen which may seem obvious, but it's important to point to make..
"twenty four year" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Entrepreneurs hit me up ten thousand times a day years is a big small a bigger field with smaller amounts of people in it but i see once a month you getting in a and probably it's by the way it's happening now i'm sure people randomly reaching out to you i think it's it means that you believe in yourself it means it means that you know that listen by the way this happened to me when i switched to the internet world from talking about just wine for six years of my content was me sitting at a table drinking wine those wine library tv that's right so when i meet a video that facebook should be worried about twitter the majority of the comments in comments used to happen on blogs there wasn't a social media you know the comedy sex location that's right that's what j sell sell the spent most of our times making pretend we were a girl or twenty four year old female from florida roping roping our friends in chrissakes loved it so so the video yeah the what was interesting was the feedback was stain your lane you know wind guy like what do you think you're doing and for me i'm like i'm a businessman like you guys only know me as the guy who reviews wine but i built the wind business before i did the wind videos and that's what you think of yourself right yes you're you know this all american and why didn't you say junior high i notice in the intro high school junior has very average had bad acting really really good soccer but not really good at it much anything it was really high school i took a turn i think you should add that part junior high he had just it would add adversity to your career and it would get more people to listen to buy thank you would respect this is a businessman in elementary school i had a full cigarette operation happening fifth grade i was supplying the entire basically my high school my entire school district with cigarettes until i got caught my first client flipped it in front of a teacher's face she ratted me out way less than a minute so i had i wish she now probably dead or in jail if we should find her i don't think we should know mrs what i don't i can't no way stephanie's the first last name starts with a c yeah no listen up here's the punchline listen i think i think you've gotta go all in what got you to the highest level what you did is going to get you to the highest level here clearly you've got that energy yemen i think it's fucking great i think i think i'm excited and i one of the things that's been interesting to me is that you know athletes used to wanna rappers and rappers wanted to be athletes and now everybody wants to be an entrepreneur and so it's crazy for me on instagram to see these twelve and thirteen and fourteen year old kids look up to me.