35 Burst results for "Twenty Nineteen"
US plans to reinstate 'Remain in Mexico' policy next month
"Then ministration plans to reinstate a trump Europe border policy the justice department says beginning next month asylum seekers will have to wait in Mexico for hearings in U. S. immigration court complying with the judge's order the Mexican government which has raised concerns that U. S. officials are working to address must give its approval about seventy thousand asylum seekers have been subject to the remaining Mexico policy which president trump introduced in January twenty nineteen and
Tuberculosis deaths rise for 1st time in years, due to COVID
"Tuberculosis deaths have risen worldwide for the first time in years the World Health Organization says a million and a half people died of TB and twenty twenty a slight rise from the one point four million who died in twenty nineteen the W. H. O. says the increase was mainly due to fewer people getting tested and treated last year as resources were diverted to fight the corona virus pandemic far fewer people were diagnosed with the disease last year five point eight million compared to seven point one million the year before the countries with the highest number of TB cases include India China Indonesia and the Philippines I'm my company
Theft-plagued Walgreens closing 5 more San Francisco stores
"Walgreens is closing more stores in San Francisco the company says organized retail theft is causing it to close five more stores it's another blow to a city that has earned a reputation for widespread and brazen shoplifting a company spokesman says despite increases in security theft of the San Francisco stores is five times the Walgreens average last year Walgreens close one store where the chain said it was losing one thousand dollars a day to Phelps SF gate reports the company is closed at least ten stores in San Francisco since the start of twenty nineteen I'm
Fewer in US turn to food banks, but millions still in need
"An Associated Press review found the distribution numbers from food banks across the country have dropped over the last six months but the need is still elevated Katie Pitts Gerald is the CEO of feeding America she says the amount of food being distributed by their more than two hundred partner food banks is still fifty five percent above pre pandemic levels in Fresno at the central California food bank numbers have leveled off but remain twenty five percent higher than in twenty nineteen staff there report that many people are still out of work particularly women who are primary care givers in the home foodbanks are trying to predict how long the elevated level of need will last taking into account child tax credit payments but also the end of the nationwide eviction moratorium and expiring unemployment benefits Jennifer king Washington
Eddie Jaku, a Holocaust survivor who led with kindness and tolerance, dies at 101
"Political survivor eighty J. crew who last year published his best selling memoir the happiest man on earth who's died in Sydney Australia Jewish community leader Dowland Bach describes any J. crew whose one hundred one as a beacon of light and hope for not only our community but the world the Holocaust survivor was born in April nineteen twenty in Germany his parents and many of his wider family did not survive the war Jake who had been sent to and escaped from concentration camps including Buchenwald and Auschwitz where his parents were gassed on arrival J. Koo said in a speech in Sydney in twenty nineteen I do not hate anyone hate is a disease which may destroy your enemy but will also destroy you I'm
Gun violence claiming more lives of American teens, children
"Gun violence is been claiming the lives of more American children firearm injuries are really a health disparity issue Dr Lynsey cookies works in the emergency room at St Louis children's hospital it became something as common as things like appendicitis or broken bones experts say idleness from the pandemic easy access to guns and social media disputes that go too far share the blame for a rising number of shootings involving children and teenagers the gun violence archive says shooting deaths among young people are rising with nine hundred ninety one reported in twenty nineteen thirteen hundred and seventy five young lives lost in twenty twenty and this year is on pace to be worse with nearly eleven hundred and eighty young people killed as of this week I'm
Early results show record low turnout in Iraq's election
"The turnout in Iraq's weekend elections with little more than forty percent according to preliminary results announced the turn ons a record low in the post Saddam Hussein Iraq signaling widespread distrust of the country's rulers the independent high electoral commission says early results show turn out from the Sunday vote at forty one percent that's down from forty four percent in the twenty eighteen elections which itself was an all time low the voters being mauled by widespread apathy and the bloody close by many young activists who thronged the streets of Baghdad and Iraq's southern provinces in late twenty nineteen calling
Iraqis vote for new parliament hoping for change
"Iraqis head to the polls amid widespread apathy in parliamentary elections that some hope will deliver much needed reforms after decades of conflict and mismanagement Iraq close to it says basis basis took part in an election which had been put forward by a year in response to a popular uprising in late twenty nineteen in the uprising tens of thousands of people took to the streets to protest endemic corruption pool services and rising unemployment the protests and didn't get the full size Iraqi security forces fired live ammunition and tear gas which of the six hundred people were killed however many young activists and demonstrators who took part in the protests have called for a boycott of the polls hi I'm Karen Thomas
Ghost towns: Nursing home staffing falls amid pandemic
"An Associated Press analysis find staffing levels are worse than ever in about one third of U. S. nursing homes even before the pandemic inadequate staffing was a problem for the nursing home industry in the US with too few nurses and aides caring for society's most vulnerable to make adult and sought first hand with her seventy four year old mother who moved to a nursing home in North Carolina and January twenty nineteen she would tell me I've been here for a number of hours as you try to get someone to either call bail and they will come here of labor statistics show that nursing home job to plunge by more than three hundred eighty thousand in the past year and a half thirty two percent of nursing homes reported staffing ratios in June that were lower than those in February of twenty twenty it translates to more bed sores let's help at mealtimes fewer showers and fewer people to respond to calls for help I'm Jennifer king
Teacher Monica Gill on Finding the Courage to Be Unapologetically Conservative
"Monaco wanna ask you a broader question because speaking out is not something. Many people are comfortable doing I'm talk a little bit about some of the backlash you've received. I'm sure some of the negativity. Because so many people email us on our podcast freedom at charlie. Kirk dot com. They say charlie. I don't know if i could do it. You know i. I wanna live my comfortable life. I don't wanna lose friends. I wanna be popular. I want to remain wealthy. And i do want to see the country saved but you know i i wanna be loved. I wanna stay my country club and we actually get emails like this. that's fine. They can make their own decision. You know georgia's pat and said that moral courage is the most necessary yet. Absent characteristic and men as aristotle would say courage is the ultimate virtue because of that there are no other virtues. Where do you get your courage from the lord to be honest with you I spent many years being afraid of eking up being afraid of speaking up about my conservative values at school even to certain extent among my colleagues about my faith. I've always been pretty open about being a christian in the classroom with my students but When they pushed this initiative on starting to push this equity diversity and inclusion initiative in august twenty nineteen. I all i can say to you charlie. Is that literally. I went from a place of fear to righteous anger. You know that you angry. But don't sin and saying okay. We'll then now. What do i do and literally. I just felt the lord. Remove all my fear and send sound. I just said to him. I'm gonna be obedient anything that you asked me to do any door. You asked me to walk through. I will walk through it. And now i'm on the charlie kirk. She hope
Islamic State figure charged with supporting terrorist group
"A leading Islamic state media figure has been charged in US federal court in Virginia with conspiring to provide material support to a terrorist organization federal officials say Mohammed Khalifa was captured overseas by the Syrian democratic forces in January twenty nineteen and recently transferred into FBI custody the Saudi born Canadian citizen was a leading figure in the Islamic state of Iraq he's alleged to have fought for ISIS on the battlefield in Syria and also to have played a leading role in translating narrating and advancing the group's online propaganda prosecutors say Khalifa's efforts furthered its worldwide recruitment efforts expanding the reach of videos that quote glorified the horrific murders and indiscriminate cruelty of ISIS if convicted Khalifa faces a maximum penalty of life in prison I'm Ben Thomas
Louisiana state trooper charged in pummeling of Black man
"Former Louisiana state police trooper has been charged with the civil rights violation for repeatedly beating of black motorist with a flashlight in twenty nineteen this is the first criminal case to emerge from federal investigations into Louisiana state troopers allegedly beating at least three black men former trooper Jacob brown the son of a high ranking police official allegedly struck Aaron Bowman eighteen times with a flashlight leaving Bowman with a broken jaw broken ribs and a gash to his head brown who is white head wrapped up twenty three use of force incidents mostly against black people prosecutors are scrutinizing other Louisiana troopers and other cases including the deadly twenty nineteen arrest of Ronald green who's beating was caught on videotape I'm Jackie Quinn
Ancient tablet acquired by Hobby Lobby going back to Iraq
"An ancient tablets acquired by hobby lobby is going back to Iraq it was looted from an Iraqi museum thirty years ago now thirty five hundred year old clay tablet discovered in the ruins of a library of an ancient middle eastern king is headed back to Iraq the relic is known as the Gilgamesh dream tablet officials believe it was illegally imported into the United States in two thousand three then sold to hobby lobby and eventually put on display in its museum of the Bible in Washington federal agents with homeland security investigations sees the tablet from the museum in twenty nineteen the artifact will be repatriated at a ceremony at the Smithsonian's national museum of the American Indian I Walter Ratliff
Lawyer: R. Kelly unlikely to take stand in trafficking trial
"Will he or won't he an important question and the R. Kelly sex trafficking case has at least a tentative answer now when it comes to taking the stand in his own defense it looks like the answer for R. Kelly is no an attorney for the R&B stars told the trial judge it is unlikely that his client will testify the comment was made in open court but the jury was not present to hear it the judge says Kelly can change his mind before closing arguments it is considered a long shot if he does the singer has proven to be valid tile in dealing with the accusations of taking advantage of young women and girls for proof look no further than the twenty nineteen interview he did on CBS when he began ranting and even jumped out of his seat at one point in his discussion with Gayle king I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Emmy ratings up to 7.4 million viewers this year
"The ratings for the Emmy awards are in this year's Emmy awards provided something that all television award shows desperately need a sign that viewers have not completely lost interest in watching the Sunday broadcasts increased its viewing audience something that is rare for a televised award show these days Nielsen reports seven point four million people watch that is a significant uptick from the six point one million who watched last year's socially distanced affair where some winners had their trophies delivered to them by people in hazmat suits the other good news Sunday's total also surpassed the twenty nineteen audience of six point nine million I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
As Leaders Reconvene at UN, Climate and COVID Top the List
"Leaders from more than a hundred nations are heading to New York this week the United Nations annual high level gathering it's a departure from the last in person meeting of the General Assembly in twenty nineteen and far different from last year's all virtual version because of cove it awaiting them daunting challenges from severe vaccine inequalities and escalating climate crisis to Afghanistan's future under its new Taliban rulers and worsening conflicts in hot spots around the world president Biden speaks at Tuesday's opening of the general debate Julie Walker New York
Land Agency Moving Back to DC, Reversing Trump-Era Decision
"The interior secretary says that the leadership of an agency that controls two hundred forty five million acres mostly out west will be returning to Washington DC interior secretary deb Haaland is moving the headquarters of the bureau of land management back to the nation's capital after two years in Colorado reversing a decision made by former president trump administration the bureau lost nearly three hundred employees when its headquarters was relocated to Grand Junction Colorado in twenty nineteen the agency manages the usage of millions of acres of public land in western states from grazing recreation and wilderness to fossil fuel extraction and renewable power development Hollis says the agency's current space in Grand Junction will become its western headquarters Jennifer king Washington
Families Recount Trauma at Sentencing for School Shooter
"The Colorado school shooter who was eighteen at the time of his crimes has been sentenced for Colorado high school student Devin Erickson is been sentenced to life without parole he was convicted of killing a teenager and injuring eight others at the Denver area stem school highlands ranch in twenty nineteen partnering with another student in an attack on a classroom of high school seniors watching a movie where hand cuffs red white striped prison suit and a blue mask Ericsson displayed virtually no emotion except for blowing his nose into the mask after his sentencing victims and families give emotional testimony on Friday about the lasting trauma from the shooting judge Theresa Michelle Slade told the defendant he had shown no remorse and failed to help a devastated community understand his actions I'm Jennifer king
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
"Court that there was no proof of genocidal intent behind her country's military campaign against rohingya. Muslims yes that year twenty nineteen suci defended her country's military against accusations of genocide and said they were merely responding to elements of a violent rebellion. Here's what else he had to say at the time span. Mind this complex situation and challenge to sovereignty and security in our country when you're assessing the intent of those who attempted to deal with the rebellion. Sure surely under the circumstances genocidal intent cannot be the only hypothesis..
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on The Marketing Rescue Podcast
"It's september the us fda warrant jewel to stop it's deceptive marketing practices stop stop. They warned them. They warned them. They go to warning after all this after all this stuff all the marketing the lawsuits. The fda warned them september of twenty nineteen man. I don't know we work with the fda lots and it's such a laborious process to santa creative through its and hoops. We jumped through near the company that blatantly markets to children and they get a warning so man what have we learned. Feel like we've just been rambling bashing it but this is important. The reason why we wanna talk about this is because i do think. There's some things to learn about this from morgan perspective. I think if you don't learn from your past you just dead in the water. It's the so funny to me. Like the market research we do when we launch brands or have huge. Massive campaigns is so strong it plays such a big impact on our strategies that we come up with so. I'm just surprised that is completely ignored that and again. I just think that it's just purely based than greed. They started to make much money and they just want to get more and more and more and then the final thing for me is don market to kids period. This.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on The Marketing Rescue Podcast
"It's september the us fda warrant jewel to stop it's deceptive marketing practices stop stop. They warned them. They warned them. They go to warning after all this after all this stuff all the marketing the lawsuits. The fda warned them september of twenty nineteen man. I don't know we work with the fda lots and it's such a laborious process to send a creative through its and hoops. We jumped through near the company that blatantly markets to children and they get a warning so man what have we learned. Feel like we've just been rambling bashing it but this is important. The reason why we wanna talk about this is because i do think. There's some things to learn about this from morgan perspective. I think if you don't learn from your past you just dead in the water. It's the so funny to me. Like the market research we do when we launch brands or have huge. Massive campaigns is so strong it plays such a big impact on our strategies that we come up with so. I'm just surprised that is completely ignored that and again. I just think that it's just purely based than greed. They started to make much money and they just want to get more and more and more and then the final thing for me is done market to kids period. This.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Twenty twenty theme though we have the potential to free deal with China you SMCA potentially be ratified next see or so is there a risk that the fed could act if we seem flotation scares in twenty twenty I think that's a key point sorry but I actually take you from the other side I think central banks vertically the fed and the ECB I made it very clear that they're gonna let inflation run hot right we've had years of inflation being under target we thing now it's central banks are gonna let inflation one hot that's quite constructive for equities it's quite negative for long duration bonds so I think we're not going to see the same one what what's going to be different about twenty twenty as opposed to twenty nineteen twenty nineteen stocks bonds commodities everything went out in twenty twenty equities will do well we think commodities can go up but we think bonds particular long bonds are going to suffer I'm not talking about inflation going back to three four five percent I'm saying that the central banks are going to let inflation numbers go very close to target with say the target is two percent U. S. go to two point two five two point four in not really act as quickly as it historically has been the case because they know that if we're in a U. shaped global growth of swing but it's going to be a gentle of swing here more interviews like this one on Bloomberg television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings breaking news twenty four hours a day don't call this is a slash headquarters.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Around the sun and the case we would very rarely crossing our path which is the difference between the Apollo asteroids on the other hand because they intersect with your store but is there as a planet travels around the sun so twenty nineteen UK six heading our way twenty nineteen W. F. first spotted by NASA's asteroid hunters on November seventeenth estimated be about twenty four meters wide it will make its closest approach to earth I had roughly twice the distance to the moon others say no danger of extinction level event but there is the possibility of stow away rocks coming from there twenty nineteen W. he also spotted the last second on November seventeenth this asteroid will sell past our planet this is about one point three million kilometers away during the run down of all the space rock's passing over us during unicorn shower NASA also dropped a bomb by saying that as they said that the the release details on an asteroid known as J. F. one is it J. have one is heading towards earth the rock wapi is a whopping four hundred twenty feet across predicted to collide with the planet on may sixth twenty twenty two there say could have a devastating consequences the American space agency is sad NASA the asteroid continues on its current trajectory could strike with a force of two hundred thirty kiloton the impact would be fifteen times larger the atomic bomb dropped in the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima nineteen forty five and that released energy called into a prospect fifteen kilotons of TNT assigned as a seven A. J. of one were to hit a populated area it would wipe out an entire city instantly potentially causing millions of deaths but they wanted even if it were to splash down in the remotest part of the Pacific Ocean it was still cause devastating tsunamis in a nuclear winter that could severely impact all life on planet earth as a result the asteroid has been flagged for close attention by the nearest monitoring system called century so they flag this one due to come in in twenty twenty to give you a heads up so you have enough time to plan for the meantime this strange unicorn swarm is coming this way and I just you know it just gives me the creeps is something like this can just show up and and like the other night when we were talking about the Missouri fireball badges the people are seeing stuff from Texas all the way up to Illinois so anyways good Irene in Oregon hi I read your own ground zero hi Clyde good to talk to you could talk to you I was alone a call tonight the jurors subject tempted me too okay at five thirty this evening I'm here in Portland Oregon okay and I am not in the building across from Lloyd shimmered looking west toward the west hills and that five twenty tonight as usual three large ally end of first I thought it was the movement was lined up with another planet and then instead there was there a numbers another smaller one so there were three in a row over there and I got up to get money binoculars and when I turned around it was gone no I don't know if it's their new light I have never seen them before but I thought well could it be a UFO well there were no in there nor imports of UFOs but like I was saying that in fact I was hearing today somebody had the asked who I was talking about that I talk about this it will even seeing you know strange fireballs you know all over the country and they said they'd seen some over Oregon so I mean we're we're getting bombarded to maybe this the precursor what's going to happen tomorrow night but they said that the Pacific Northwest release the Pacific would be seeing a much it as much of the activity so their activities applicants applicants were passing through this comet but it was really creepy is the idea that these other rocks the dances been predicting coming our way they can jettison what are called stow aways and stole ways could be superstore ways the kid basically come into the atmosphere and explode over populated areas are by explode over remote areas or even oceans so would be seeing a lot of activity in this guide tomorrow night they're saying in about forty meters a second or a hundred and forty four thousand in an hour it's only gonna be about an hour to pass through this well it if I don't see these large tomorrow night I'll think of some kind of the no your nose right yeah I think I have a feeling it probably is because we're gonna be seeing a lot of these things now but like I said when I didn't plan on was this a unicorn this unicorn a swarm what's weird about the unicorn swarm is if you think about what a unicorn he is and what it means and what it stands for and you start digging deeper into the mythology you find out that you know while the white unicorn is represented purity for some time a black unicorn or darker unicorn has represented death destruction pestilence and also economic failure so I mean you know they if they're at appropriately naming it it and this is a pretty scary affair I think at the you know they have a constellation called the unicorn and it but this one has a lot of things going for it that certainly may be a fireworks display that's for sure I read thank you for the call thank you for the sighting Irene saw.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"twenty nineteen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Limit for twenty nineteen seven thousand dollars for each fifty or older lives and and the the rough the the limits income limits do not apply to rollovers you can roll over as much as you want. but the key here is that for Ross IRA's and Ross for one case savers put an after tax dollars and withdrawals can be tax free for ever if the favorites converting an irate to trick or Roth four or four okay to a Roth IRA income taxes are due on the conversion see pay the taxes up front. tax free forever this is what I thought was a key line in this whole thing so once we've established that you could do traditionally get that deduction for or pay taxes up front I it just this interjected paying taxes up from most people would prefer that way I would assume well that is a good observation a lot of people want to get the deduction because that include on your income taxes so if if you pay the tax up front that means it's included on your income and we know what the tax rate is now where we don't that's right down that road and it's lower now and that's a great observation because that means that if you put six thousand dollars as an example if you put six thousand dollars into a Roth IRA or Roth four one K. you're effectively saving more for retirement then somebody put six thousand dollars into traditional I error IRA or four oh one K. even though the dollar amount is the same one you've already paid the taxes and that all gross tax free now the other one you're still gonna have to pay taxes the taxes will be due sometime in the future when I take those are and these are my four oh one K. sometime Jeff when I hit my retirement age and I start with trying I'd have to pay those taxes at that time that's a traditional for or that's correct yeah. and then the raunchy so if you have six hundred thousand dollars in here IRA or six hundred thousand dollars in your Roth IRA which is worth more. the roster is worth more the rough is yeah because you've already paid the taxes on it absolutely was a trick question Paul. I kind of thought it was for a second you know it's kind of a tough pill to swallow at first Joe because Hey I got to pay these taxes but you don't down the road. and we get that question all the time from the clients looking at do I contribute to the traditional four oh one K. or the Ross four oh one K. and it just depends on this on the individual client the situation for those young individuals that are in their accumulation phase with a lower income and lower income taxes a Ross is a no brainer put all put everything into that rock really yeah yeah as you're young that'll continue to build up for those of a greater individuals that like I'm fifty three are in a higher tax bracket it might be a mix of some traditional for one K. and some Roth okay I got it kind of depends on this could I convert my four oh one K. plan into a Roth after you roll that out you could yes yeah yeah inside too but you do anytime we do that you have to pay the taxes up front yeah up so you can go from a traditional to of a rough but every to any time you do that for whatever amount you do you have to pay the taxes up front now goes tax free forever then three additional benefits to the rough and let me just run through those before we go on a break are the benefits one is that the rock Tyrese don't have required payouts in retirement traditional or iris in for one case right now it's seven and a half and the new secure actors trying to resist raise it to seventy two so I need seventy Hafer most likely age seventy two you have to take money out of your four one case where I raise the company once upon a Dick the government wants a pound of flesh so they're gonna give it I do your ID one way or another and that seventy two they're gonna force you start taking required minimum distributions you don't have that in for and rocks right now they may for said the future but right now you don't the addition cut about tax free what Roth IRA withdrawals don't raise your reported income so once you're the seventy and a half and you have to take out required minimum distributions for some people it puts a higher tax bracket to pay higher taxes may be paying a higher Medicare premiums because their income is higher this that the which Ross Ross iris don't count towards that and finally if if for savers who don't need the money Ross diaries have helped older Americans leave more assets to heirs by providing tax free growth and withdrawals for many years after death. new right now they're trying to limit it to ten years I I would give their coverage great now it's based on the life expectancy of somebody Herzl inherits a Roth IRA they have forty three years old left of life expectancy that's how long they can keep the money in there Roth IRA Congress is trying to limit that to ten years either way tax free growth tax free transfer to next generation or to somebody else a tax free withdrawals you mentioned the next generation hair inheritance do you find your experience Joe with most of your clients that that's a goal or is it I just want enough money for me to live on through the rest of my life or is it a mix it's definitely a mix some people come in and you know we we identify that clients goals right up front to find out what what do they want to do with their money yeah some people it's very important that they leave a legacy and leave money to their their children or more importantly Crandall's yeah yeah oh yeah like you. but then we also have clients that say my kids are fine we want to spend it all and have just an outstanding retired right there's things we want to do our whole life for this pot of gold this big nest egg and I'm gonna spend it for most of our clients we can accomplish both and their their lifestyle for for a lot of our clients they haven't lived extravagant lifestyle inaccurate grew dramatically changed our lifestyle in retirement or if they have lived a extravagant lifestyle they would have had enough money they will send a fire at the money aside to taking continue at retirement so well for most of our clients or something but left at the end yeah yeah that's when that's good if you're the kids right now is a great kid yes it and grand kids and it's nice to have an inheritance for Joe we've covered this in the past never count on it because you just never know when life right correct assisted living nursing home you don't know correct you just don't know there are only a few guarantees in life death taxes and change we know changes coming that's why we meet with our clients on a regular basis to understand what those changes are and then adjust their plan accordingly when.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on WSB-AM
"A twenty nineteen dollars is it what was it you know comparable probably not wrongly now and now everyone has he's crazy writers there and for which there there like we just show up yeah right exactly right pride and even food or bathrooms Chris is in Woodstock used to live in Alaska is got a story about what stock welcome back Chris how are you Sir Hey also man so there's a famous photograph from the stage overlooking the entire and then you would start with this stage is filled with us wannabes the the guys on the riser in little and the story goes does my French read our from Joshua tree I was hanging out with Michael Lang and hearty corn belt on the stage several days before it was rude beginning to start and they look retarded they said what's missing and he said the spiritual aspect is missing so he was doing yoga in Manhattan and that's when they got Swami Satchidananda we can never say that right sizes although my memory this warranty is the guy on the riser in the middle and my friend was responsible for arranging around tired yeah is very proud of that did you get to go I'm sorry did he go to the concert they'll is on stage for that picture all right I thought you meant that he just went before he was on stage but he was actually in that picture that famous picture yeah he's like third to the left looking from the back that's gonna pull a picture for me right now so I can see what your body looked like in nineteen sixty nine cans in Woodstock Ken Walker the marker show another guy from Woodstock what's going on thank you mark you know it wasn't the culture over there that would start but there was actually a greater attended all walks us full in New York state couple years later called what comes clean and that's when I do the I. NASCAR racing yes it is it works out that it was after that racetrack six hundred thousand they estimate there five hundred thousand it was dot and check out the second Atlanta international pop festival and bomb in Georgia but he estimates there are from three hundred to five hundred dell Demps nodding your head in agreement that you're doing and talked about it several times yeah who played at the walk ins lane concert you know yeah the Allman brothers band Grateful Dead in the band three bands I'll just three that's it there is I mean I don't know what I would have done it would stock as a coup what's the one group of Woodstock that you would have gone to to check out the search I mean obviously Shonda now what about you can to actually probably the yeah I think I would have done crass Crosby stills Nash and young and would you have known them at that time you know think they weren't really well no and they all were in there other bands respectively and it was a supervisor yeah I'll make a mark yes Sir I'm sorry that mean cutting out now so it's just dead but what which products will the drummer stole the Allman brothers band when I flew in he said later he was absolutely terrified he could not wait when he looked out and saw that crowd of people he said it could not wait to get on and get off and get out of there no yeah you ng story about what's your name famous singer song writers who wrote the song Woodstock Joni Mitchell was supposed to be there but her manager pulled her out because she was supposed to be on the Dick Cavett show on Monday and they were afraid they would be able to get her out this is like her first big time TV or from appearance so she bailed on it and she felt so bad that you missed it that you wrote the song Woodstock but you're interesting yeah it's pretty cool some more wood stock you ready for some more wood stock trivia there can hi this is from dead green Woodstock ventures spent two point five million dollars on the concert but only collected one point five million so they lost money on this there is a rumor that lot of people didn't have tickets it just showed up Chaudhry I would imagine there was very strict security there eighty arrests were made at Woodstock most involving drug charges including LSD amphetamines and heroin there were no incidents of violence at the Woodstock festival there was one baby born wasn't there yeah they call them what do they call that what I can tell you what a lot of babies were conceived and with that the biggest headaches that wed Woodstock massive traffic jams and I can vouch for that because that I mean Woodstock New York is like you Woodstock Georgia makes Woodstock New York scene you know I'm saying massive traffic jams extreme shortages of food water medical and sanitary facilities that's right even if I was alive back then without without knowing of food and bathrooms at private and I am not going to do it I'd I I'd sorry say all right yeah right now here's something I probably miserable but I would have done it have you know what hell how historic it was because your in hindsight for sure three deaths accidental deaths were reported at Woodstock I did not know that it was Max Yasgur's six hundred acre dairy farm in Bethel New York so not too far from Woodstock the city of Woodstock in battle it was held August fifteenth to eighteenth and billed as an Aquarian exposition three days of peace and music on believe what an interesting question for you yes Sir the biggest the biggest band there in terms of record sales at the top most part posted been played on but was not on the record or in the movie and it was Creedence Clearwater revival they do not make the movie I didn't know that at night the movie didn't like the record there Matt and some top with with their manager interesting yeah yeah because the of lot of the bands I think Neil Young is not featured in the movie they cut him out because he wouldn't sign the release he also stepped out for mom a big porridge portion of that like he'd want to play for part of it so yeah Cosby stills Nash not young he's an ornery little guy Canadiens other Canadians were nice thank you yeah that was a great call my friend days in Alpharetta Dave Walker the mark air show hello hello Dave it's actually working wow truck you really with yeah that's not a how you doing one thing I think about Woodstock obviously on genetics those born in in seventy three current gone in Woodstock but I mean looking back on it I think yes it was a music festival but it is the same point I think there was a lot of other things so just call on yeah so you're out that drew these people to that area yes it is a hippie Hey I'm Anthony a they need it was kind of yes it's a music festival what we also kinda wink wink new what the hell was going on you know anything agreed wait a wink wink yeah absolutely and by the way private jets only get on the town notes and yeah I'd rather take a private jet lark and I you know I try about four hundred every get on I don't know if you mysteriously if I am helicopter I'd probably go on but I you know I'd rather take a private chat then drive okay marquee and you don't I found two is thank you Ricky thank you thank you once you flown first class really tough to go back to coach yeah I've never phone fleur first good flying private in going back to commercials not I mean I don't know that you'd have to ask like Hannity or Jay Z. can they go back to flying coach now after flying I wouldn't think so back to flying commercial I think would be easier to fly first class and go back to like regular yeah then to fly a private jet yeah nobody on it you know and then go back to like common folk yeah I don't know asking entity tomorrow Chuck if you if you go back to flying commercial Hey did you know trucking him anything like our our boys really yes I don't know about new yeah man but they're they're tight with construction thing when you're both working construction Chuck Chuck Todd Akito whatever hell he's doing Texas to his master Joe always in Jonesborough Joe we walked in the show Joey Gallo is your date yeah go ahead but eight of letter scanners dot the crash how many members died in a plane crash W. he three who plus the piloted and yeah I mean it yeah the only like to that walked away yeah I just I don't know it's it's it's it's weird how many famous people have died in those private aircraft I guess we'll be okay could be famous hi Hey no problem Julian Joe's gonna run guys it was gonna run we had to get back we have tickets to give away we do we have some tickets for the the Gulf at east lake yeah so we have a pair of those away so we have a more segment ago the market fell four four eight seven two zero seven.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Fast twenty nineteen day three live a rainy day but we'll get through it looks like it's going to clear out at some point down the Summerfest enjoy at sixty six degrees right now at Radio City alright number three quickly of the four ten sponsored by all right home remodeling the house and Senate come to agreement on a my good bill that will get some badly needed funds to the border I think is my four and a half billion dollars here's a little bit of Alexandria will cost you Cortez who voted no on the the bill this is not just of the substance of the bill but also the process of how we got here we pass a house version of this bill which had far more humanitarian provisions and the kind of an accountability for the facilities that are abusing kids at our border and Mitch McConnell immediately smacks it down in order to pass and ran through a Senate bill that has an enormous amount of funding for military as well as no guard rails and no accountability for facilities that are using our kids so that's the bill that's in front of us here in front of the house how ever we didn't even bother to negotiate their house amendments we could negotiate it it can be kind of conference because try to get amendments in to get humanitarian provisions put in to get consequences for facilities and abused kids in and instead what we're doing is that were immediately going to just saying yes to what got pass out of the Senate and these are two completely different dynamics the Senate minority Democratic Party there and here we are the house of representatives and we are house majority and he's like get the problems right now and the question him right now is that Mitch McConnell sent us a bill and we're just putting a big check mark on it instead of even trying to negotiate I have indicated that I'm willing to stay here I don't need to go home on vacation I don't need to go home to July fourth weekend I will stay here all we can to make sure that we get this thing done and instead what Mitch McConnell is doing is that he's relying on the time pressure of recess to try to ram through a bill that is completely irresponsible to the American people into those kids on the border which is missing the point the point is it's not about what one senator what member of Congress thinks it's about what the collective things and what you can get past and the fact that she has strong opinions and admire passion on this issue it's what you can get done in this case four and a half billion dollars plus or minus a few million dollars will be going to the border to assist the very problem you're talking about is an ideal in your mind no but whoever gets anything they once that's the reality of politics is something you learn as you get into this business you don't get which just you want it's not just the bill you insist on you can vote no but a lot of people are looking at the votes yes and we both know will remember that phone when you had a chance to provide funding at the border for people that needed help the ones you identified you said no people remember that stuff it is number three of the four ten spots we all right home and remodeling.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Nine three twenty nineteen W O R news time is one oh five. In sports, the Mets loss. To the Atlanta Braves seven to two but the Yanks beat the raise twelve to one. Here's your W. O R Weather Channel forecast. Stormy weather here to finish out the business week dry weather building back in, in time for the weekend, scattered showers and storms overnight, mid sixty s showers and storms Thursday, some strong to severe upper seventies clearing skies Friday. Upper seventies, I'm meteorologist, Ken, Boone from the Weather Channel on seven ten w your next news at two o'clock. Breaking news at one start your day with Len Berman, Michael Riedel in the morning. Six till ten this morning. I'm Steve greenfield and seven ten. W. O. R ABC News Radio station. The. From the city of angels near the Pacific. Ocean, good morning. Good evening, wherever you may be across the nation around the world. I'm George Noory, welcome to coast to coast AM later on tonight. Daily abductions. Here's what's happening. Seismic storm that unleash more than a thousand small earthquakes in San Bernardino, and riverside counties in California. The last three weeks elicited, what has become now is a typical reaction and quaint country to some. It's called swarm, again, forty miles east of downtown Los Angeles bringing fear that a bigger threat was coming to others as long as they didn't feel shake. It was easy just to put it out of their minds. California has small quakes all the time. A magnitude three every other day on the average but not all of them act, the same in some bring more danger than others. We'll see what happens the Federal Reserve said it was ready to battle growing global and domestic economic risks with interest rate cuts beginning as early as next month as it took stock of rising trade tensions, and growing concerns about we can flation a whopping ninety five percent of Americans hate mornings, according to a new survey at forty three percent of the people despise the sound of their alarm clock while thirty nine percent identified. Not as slow risers need to ease into their day a story. We had yesterday. Of course, young Americans are killing themselves in record numbers, the victims of a conflict of economic, and social logical factors that have singled them out, even above a nationwide. Surge so-called deaths of despair suicide rates among teens and young adults aged fifteen to twenty four. The older end of generation Z spiked in two thousand seventeen reaching their highest level, what the heck is going on. Let's check in with our residents psychiatrists, Dr Peter Brennan, Peter, what do you think what's your take on this? Well, it's, it's going to be an.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"twenty nineteen" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
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"twenty nineteen" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
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"twenty nineteen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Because they're not watching or the straps are they're watching your car and they start coming over here. It gets it gets a little bit tense at times. I don't mind telling you next week. I've got the twenty nineteen eighty m g L C sixty three s coupe. Okay. That's a m. That sounds like an expensive Mercedes to me. It's looking at the window sticker. It's one hundred thousand dollars one hundred thousand one hundred seventy five dollars. So they just tripped over the six figure Mark there, but you know, five hundred and three horses five hundred sixteen pounds of torque. It looks like in Mercedes calls coupes, they're not two doors, the four dollars in a lot of cases. Right. And so, you know, I haven't had this vehicle before I got to get it Monday. I put my arms around and see what it's all about. Because I'll be honest with you. I don't know what this is. It looks like an SUV. And I would hope for granted probably is. But but they call it a coup. They call it a coupe. And that's percent. He's does that sometimes just because just because they can cranberry, Texas, we go and Leonard welcome. Hey, thank you for taking my call. Sure. My wife drives aim to be I think it DL. The diesel. Three. Fifty. Second one. We went back to get another one. And they tell you that. They don't have a decent any anymore. They have Leonard they stopped importing them into the US after the Volkswagon diesel scandal. Now, they said at that time it was a temporary move. But I've not seen any evidence that they're bringing them back. They may if they can be one hundred percent sure their emissions are in compliance. We may see him again. And I I'm a huge fan of that blue tech. I mean going back toward years. Great great vehicle. I mean, just great engine. You know, I love Mercedes. Anyway, I haven't had any problem. No problem you out. We're on a second lawn. Around thirty. Thirty. Thirty one. Alan a big car too. And we'll get it done. And. Got now. Mom. Iran that fifty fifty five. So what you might.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"twenty nineteen" Discussed on The Good News Podcast
"The. Hi, I'm calling your host for the good news podcasts. And I'm Neil. The other host. The good news podcast is your source for good news fund, stories auditory, delight and sonic joy. We're bringing you all of this goodness from beautiful downtown Chicago. So it's commonly understood that Americans are feeling more more lonely. These days there's been a bunch of studies on the topic today. We're gonna share with you a couple of things scientists have found out about being more connected to people and hopefully happier as well. So guess what it takes time to build friendships? According to a study from the greater good science center at UC, Berkeley. It takes students about one hundred and twenty hours of hang time to move from being a casual acquaintance to actual true friend. That's like three workweeks. Yeah. For adults. The average time is about one hundred sixty four hours the thing that I find encouraging about this information. It gives me an idea of like how many hours I need to put in with somebody to actually get to friendship level. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Because when you think about your our life. I think we have a lot of acquaintances of people we know and that we like gen- genuinely like, but we don't St. them enough to become friends with them because we're not spending that one on one time together. And also, it makes sense why adults tend to make friends at work because you're at work anyway, and that, but then that becomes fuzzy like, are you a professional friend. Are you an actual friends? I mean, you're my professional friends sat of I'm your actual friend, your professionally, my friend. Do you have a person that you're in acquaintance with like, oh that person is cool? I want to actually friends with them. But how difficult is it going to be defined that the hundred and sixty four hours to go from acquaintance to friendship. I seeing that number is gobsmack into me so high. Yeah. But it makes sense. It's like a hundred and sixty four hours of fun. It's not like you have to. Sit and lie quiz each other. It's hundred sixty four hours of enjoyment. So it's not a bad thing. And it's a hundred and sixty four hours, maybe not just a fun, but just like shared experiences. Yeah. That's why I think in college is easier because you're all sharing these experiences, and you're all going through all these new things. And so that bonds you bit. Ideally for me, it would be hundred sixty four hours of laser tech just every weekend just for a year getting in there, three hours. Can you really get to know somebody over laser tag set? Yes. Green team read Tam defend the base free for all whatever. So we do. Would it be laser tag where you and that person on the same team? That's how you learn about something you make an enemy. No, no, you have to understand their survival instinct in the laser tag arena one time. I was doing laser tag with my dad when my parents were getting divorced. Did he take you as? Yeah. We all know. Yeah. It was so fun. It was it was delightful for me, really loved it. And one time he was entering his name because you enter like, you're very cool laser tag name in bowling just like in bowling. And he was the oldest guy there by probably thirty years and was trying to type in greybeard. And it was too long. So he just got gray hair. And I remember thinking that was so funny that he was like trying to make fun of himself but ended up typing in this like bad ass. Yeah. Gray bear, I'm gonna slaughter kid you when you as an adult now think about so he was in this place where he was just like, oh, man. The kids are going through this kind of shitty thing. Like, how can I have fun with Neil while it's going on? It's really sweet that he'd I'm sure he didn't wanna spend it Saturday like that. I. Another thing that was found out in two thousand eighteen that you can bring with you in two thousand and nineteen which I don't think this is a surprise. But I thought it was kind of fun is to get your sleep. So a study published in nature communications found if you are well rested, you won't be repulsed by strangers. And that's an exact quote, they used repulsed. Scientists did a brain scan of both sleepy people and well rested people when a stranger was presented to the sleepy folks. They were totally uninterested, and they were notably. Notably Colleen less empathetic. Right. So being sleepy kinda makes you wanna stay away from people. And thus you feel a bit more lonely so go get some sleep and put in some more hours with that new acquaintance. You just hit it off with. Thanks for listening. Do you have good news incredible? Or maybe wanna tell us a joke or idea? Excellent Email us at Hello at the good news, podcasts dot FM or leaves a voicemail at seven seven three two one seven zero one five six you can also tweet us at the good news pot and follow us on Instagram too. And if you love the good news podcasts think about supporting us on our Pitron page must our music by putting bear.
"twenty nineteen" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"As twenty nineteen year. I started religion. And then so then. I embarked on my trip to I don't want to get. It was just really quick. Okay. Because I I had everybody I had every I had family there for those two different periods of time. And I learned something about my dog. I'll show a picture at the appropriate time here on the feed, but mud dog is unfaithful Barbara is unfaithful. Oh, well, I knew that you know, that Barbara likes seeks attention from whoever is there. But when jesse's parents were there, she slept in the bed with jesse's parents, of course, jesse's whole family. They're all dog people. They don't care. They love her. They think she's a credible. Yeah. So they're not it's not like Barbara try to sleep with my parents who would be a little different. But so Barbara is like sleeping with the enemy. Not the enemy. Oh, you said it you said and sleeping with jesse's parents and then sleeping with jesse's sister a hundred husband and even go into the point of getting in their their suitcase. I have a picture I'll show it. Now. This is Barbara in for those of you who are watching the plight. Gust like trying to I don't know if she's trying to send a message. I want to go home with you. I hate it here because she seems to love us as well. Because what she'll do is she'll spend all night down there. And then the morning, she'll come and get it start scratching in our door. And then once it's come in and just make out with me. You know what I'm saying? I'm not making out with you right now you've been you've been making out with with other people downstairs time for that. But you did let her it. Yeah. Do can't help it. She also wore sweater pretty much the entire holiday season. Oh festive. Yeah. It was just I don't know I want. She just had a sweater. What does she think about the snake does not? Care about moose at all will doesn't bark at him. Doesn't look at him doesn't sniff him shepherd. Brought him down Christmas day holding him. Barbara doesn't care. We were wondering if she was gonna freak out like trout Barbara see this week. Yeah. She seemed to but she didn't seem to care about it. Maybe she maybe she was friends with us naked previous life. I don't know. Now, if she if she gets in the aquarium with a snake? I know that's what not what is called. But whatever then terrarium you're really being cheated on like, you should really take that personally. She's curled up with this navy might try. So after Christmas we went we went to Sedona Arizona because again, like I said last year biscuit, we decided not to do the RV thing. Wanna get there quick? We the place that I found it had a great view out the window the red rocks that are signature for Sedona. Unfortunately, we couldn't take Jade because they wouldn't allow her in this place. And that was my one regret said Jade was not with us. But this place. I mean, a lot of friends that told us about it, and they talked it up, and that's why I wanted to go. And I knew there was a lot of good day hiking, and I'm still trying to foster the love for the nature with my family and taking nature walks. I don't call them hikes. Because like we've talked about before my kids have decided they don't they don't think they like to hike. So you just call it something else in the and it works. Or just don't tell them you're doing just tell them all we're walking. So the car, but we're going to take an alternate. Route in lo and behold, we're out here in nature for three hours and they're loving it. That's that was my vision..