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Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport

Here & Now

03:39 min | 5 d ago

Police officer strikes woman during dispute at Miami airport

"In Florida a Miami Dade police officer has been relieved of duty after video emerged of him hitting a black woman at the Miami International Airport yesterday. Body Cam footage shows the woman arguing with the officer before she moved just inches away from his face, and it escalates from. You just heard the officer hitting the woman. She then falls to the ground as more police. Rush into the frame, the Miami Dade Police Director Alfredo Ramirez says he was shocked and angered by the video and has asked the Miami Dade State Attorney to investigate the use of force Miami Herald reporter. David Ovalles has been covering this and David, the body cam footage begins after the woman and the police officer appear to have already been in something of a dispute. Do? We know how this started. Yes, so the woman is twenty one year old pairs, Anderson she was at the airport and had missed a flight, so she was according to the police yelling at the ticket agent. They call. The police tried to calm her down according to them, you see her yelling at the police officer taunting him about one point. He kind of steps back. Back a little bit, and then she steps into his face, and then he claims it was a head bud, and then he just you know delivers a slap. That is very visceral when you watch it, it is for sure and when you see the video, and from what you can tell from your reporting a in reference to the officer saying that she had headbutted him. Is there any indication that that had happened in? What are you hearing about whether? It would have been an appropriate response to hit her like that. I wouldn't say it's a head, but but certainly one could argue that perception, but as for whether it's inappropriate use of force. It's it's Kinda hard to tell I mean in Florida. The stand your ground law allows anybody not just police officers, no duty to retreat so whether it would be a criminal charge that's going to be debatable. Certainly administrative you talk to police, officers and I've had more than a few reach out to me and say that's absolutely how they're taught. They call it a diversionary strike. Now there's the other element in that. She wasn't wearing a mask and so there's this whole Cova vid angle as well so it's messy. It's not. optically, it looks really really bad but I think there's going to be a lot more nuance to a case like this. Then a few of the other use of force cases we've seen in south Florida in the last couple of weeks. Right and look tensions between black people and white officers has been at the center of so many of these cases that we've been. been talking about. But how are people reacting to this incident? Given the both the woman and the officer are black well. That's one of the sort of grey areas that POPs up in Miami more than than other places because we are such diverse community, white officers here are in the minority. Most are Hispanic and there's a pretty good amount of black officers here to. In this case, the officer Tony Rodriguez is a black Puerto Rican officer, so there is a sort of added element of that you know I. Think a case like this also underscores what a lot of block officers are feeling in terms of tension and conflict block officers really know too well what it's like to grow up black, but also feel very conflicted because they're devoted to their jobs, and they feel like they're being singled out as quote, unquote sellouts, and so it also underscores. A lot of the dynamics in these really precarious times.

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Vancouver Tourism

Travel with Rick Steves

04:18 min | Last week

Vancouver Tourism

"It's often called one of the most beautiful cities in North, America for twenty one years Kenton was the president and CEO the Tourism Authority that promotes Vancouver British Columbia to the rest of the world. During his tenure, the city successfully bid to host the Winter Olympics. City's growing into a top shelf destination that attracts to end residents from around the World Vancouver is prized for its natural beauty and recreational opportunities. recanting joins US now on travel with Rick Steves to share some of the lessons. He learned as an international tourism promoter. Rick thanks for being here. It's nice to be here. Every time I meet a tourism director for a godforsaken depressing city I won't say which ones I think. What a shame and then what I meet a tourism director for a place like. Vancouver I think you got a good Gig well has a nice city to be the tourist and promoter for well. It's terrific to be able to invite the world to come and visit your hometown, and when it's a beautiful place like Vancouver in Canada. It's all the nicer, but it brings with it the complexities because it's you want people to come want them to enjoy things. You want them to extend their length of stay. You want them to feel the things that you feel on your. Want them to meet the locals, but you know that what they wanted to come and see is. That's the mountains and there's the ocean I could touch both of them right now in the next half hour. It's a pretty special place, but you were running the show for twenty years there and Essentially you're hired to ring money out of people who come to town for the economy not to help people have. Experiences I mean. How do you balance that? Did you ever get in trouble because you have some ideals? I was constantly in trouble because. I have to remind the hotel community that people don't leave home to go stay in hotel room. They leave to go and have an experience and too many in the tourism businesses. It's about a cash registering, and that is but one element and we pushed. We had it in our mission statement. That tourism is about the financial. Ecological? Social and cultural benefits that come took community by having visitors from around the world. Spend time with them, so it's four pronged. Only one of them relates to the dollar. If we don't travel, we don't have empathy for the rest of the world here in the United States were four percent of the planet, and they're actually people in our country. That think we're exceptional and you can't think that when you travel. You just can't think that if you travel smartly and tourism can help with. With that empathy or it can actually hurt with that empathy and I'm glad that there are people in tourism that can speak up for the the real transformational value travel, sadly when I go to a tourism convention, and I meet somebody from a developing country like say Egypt. They're all about sending people to a resort and a golf course and you know something where you jet in, and you have this utopia, and conceivably you would never even meet a real person. You'd meet only this. Fancy version right and when you do get the real people and the real food and the real occasions it's uplifting spiritually, uplifting environmentally uplifting and it. It works so I like your tact in that there are challenges around global warming and around the footprint of travelers, but there are solutions that can be brought, so there are offsets that can be used off her convention. Organizers offsets for their delegates that were coming for. For the air air flight damage. You know you talked earlier about conference actually. Lou, Damore, who had more that was him. Yeah, he heads up the International Institute for Peace Through Tourism Yeah and every time, I talk about tourism as a powerful force for peace I attributed to a more, but there is also an Indian cabinet minister. That I heard once at a conference for the Pacific Asia Travel Association when we're in. A New Delhi and he addressed the group, and he said something else that I will never forget, he said. Tourism sits on the right hand of peace. I love that. Yeah, wonderful it powers it is. We've got so much in common, and there's so much fear, and the fear really is strongest with people who don't get out and when you get out, you realize. Hey, we're all in this together.

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19-Year-Old Woman Killed, Man Wounded In Overnight Flatiron Shooting in New York

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | Last week

19-Year-Old Woman Killed, Man Wounded In Overnight Flatiron Shooting in New York

"The gunfire continued overnight around the city at least eleven people shot in twelve hours one of them fatally right outside Madison square park in the flatiron district around twelve thirty this morning a nineteen year old woman was killed and a twenty one year old man wounded by a man who took off in a gray Nissan the head of the wrong way up Fifth Avenue before turning off police are still looking

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How to know if a game is Xbox One X enhanced

Kinda Funny Games Daily

05:25 min | Last week

How to know if a game is Xbox One X enhanced

"Digress, we'll tell now. xbox rights optimized for xbox series x is the indicator for games that take advantage of the full power of xbox series. Since xbox series offers developers, unparalleled power and speed. This empowers them to create the experiences they want embrace a range of features and capabilities based on what is best for their individual titles. When you hear, a game has been optimized for xbox series, x you'll know that the developer has either natively designed or fully rebuilt their game to take advantage of the unique capabilities of our most powerful council ever. Games featuring the optimized for xbox series x badge can showcase anything from virtually eliminating load times via the xbox velocity architecture, heightened visuals and hardware accelerated direct x Ray tracing power by our custom next generation GPU to steadier and higher frame rates up to one hundred twenty frames per second. Titles displaying the optimized for xbox series badge can include a brand. New Games built natively forty xbox series x such halo. Or previously released titles in which a developer has enhanced their title, using xbox series X Development Environment to dramatically leveraged the power and features xbox series. X has to offer like years five. Let's take a closer. Look at what you'll be getting when you're playing a game that's optimized for series x blessing following so far. Yes, yes, along one and here's where we get into the you know. The gobbly Gook of where is. Because I feel like at some point. SMART DELIVERY IS GONNA come up and this is going to turn into note. There's no smart delivery in this smarter care. This is just getting. Techno Mumbo jumbo that I. Don't understand you know what I'm saying. Here we go. Groundbreaking Visual Fidelity immerses you in your games. Powered by direct X, twelve ultimate and with support for hardware accelerated direct x Ray, tracing a first for consoles select games will produce more Dynamic Realistic Environments Direct X. Ray tracing means that you'll see true-to-life lighting accurate reflections an here three spatially accurate acoustics in real time as you explore the game world, ultimately direct x Ray tracing enables developers to create more physically accurate Orrell's. All Right? You got that one. Yeah it's pretty cool. Next Generation Frame rates offer the pinnacle of precision. Games that have been optimized for xbox series x use the power of the new council to deliver higher steadier frame rates with the performance target of sixty frames per second at four K resolution, some games will be able to support frame rates of up to one hundred twenty frames per second or variable refresh rates, allowing developers to offer players heightened realism in more precise controls for fast paced action. We also talked to technical director at Code. Masters, David Spring eight about optimizing dirt five for Xbox series next to give you a better feel for how increased frame rates could improve Gen Games. Quote. Dirt five is a fast action, packed amplified off road, racing game, and being able to play with one hundred twenty frames per second options on the xbox series exes incredible. The power of the series x means that the game looked stunning at sixty frames per second, and were also able to offer amazingly smooth, responsive Gameplay at one hundred and twenty frames per second while still looking gorgeous racing fans. No frame rate is king in dirt. Five will deliver on this players will experience the strong sense of speed and responsiveness at the highest frame rate. It's such a great smooth experience. It hadn't experienced. Odds are I hadn't experienced racer it again as David Spring eight over at code, Masters! Then their final bullet point here faster load times will get you gain more quickly than ever. Optimize for series. X Isn't just about gorgeous visuals and better frame rates. It's also about virtually eliminating in game load times. Thanks to our xbox Velocity Architecture technology expiate demise, a custom, solid state, drive, custom, hardware, and integrated software to greatly decreased low times, both in and out of games, meaning gamers will be able to spend more time playing in less time waiting as an example for titles that have large open world environments, these experiences will feel even more dynamic as developers will be able to leverage the massive increase in processing power and the ability to stream assets in extremely quickly. Oh streets in extremely quickly. To not break immersion. Developers will also be able to effectively illuminate loading times between levels increased fast travel systems that are just that fast. Wondering which Games are optimized for xbox series x below. You'll find a list of confirmed games that are using our that are optimized for xbox series x date, as the list grows in the weeks and months leading up to the XBOX series x launch will keep you updated to reflect any additions. Right now the. Right now blessed stands as assassins, creed, Valhalla, bright memory, infinite call of the seat chivalry to Chorus Cyberpunk, twenty seventy seven destiny to dirt five fee for twenty one years, five Halo Infant Hitman, three Madden NFL twenty-one Marvel's avengers outriders scarlet nexus scorn the second extinct. I'm sorry. Second extinction, the sent the medium vampire, the masquerade bloodlines to and you Kusa like a dragon. Back to will we hope this gave you a better idea of what it means. When you purchase. 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1 Arrested in Groping Attacks on Los Angeles Women

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:47 sec | Last week

1 Arrested in Groping Attacks on Los Angeles Women

"Police and community members in west LA work together to catch one of two men wanted for a series of sexual battery attacks on women joggers over the last month between may fourteenth and June twenty second were more than twenty attacks by a pair of men who drove near parks and palms Culver city and marina del Rey they got out and grab women's backsides your breasts and then ran off the attacks lasting mere seconds the ticket Brent Hopkins says tips and video from victims and homeowners hoping for case this wasn't something where some fancy LAPD system caught these guys on video this was neighbors with their security cameras there ringing doorbells one of those images correlations play those silver Mercedes and led to the arrest of twenty one year old Darryl mercantilist Los Angeles she's currently being held on two hundred and seventy five thousand dollars bail well this case is being reviewed for filing with the DA's office the search continues for the second suspect in the

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Reinvention With Julia Dean

The Candid Frame

06:03 min | 3 weeks ago

Reinvention With Julia Dean

"In the past when we've faced difficult times as we are currently experiencing, it has been an opportunity for reinvention. As difficult as it has, in can be such moments pushed people and institutions the finally act on ideas and plans that have been long delayed. For photographers with her professional or enthusiasts, these moments pushes in new directions and create unexpected opportunities. That's been the case with today's guest Julia Dean. Who is the founder of the Los Angeles Center photography after career as a successful photojournalist, Julian began what was then called the Julia Dean School of Photography over the last few decades, l. p. has become a thriving photographic community that offers classes and workshops, but most importantly. It creates a community in which photographers of all stripes have grown and thrive recent events of Giuliano our team to reinvent lic P.. Including offering online courses as well as in person events and workshops or opening up L. ACP to audience well outside the Los Angeles Area As with any new effort, there are challenges, but as you'll hear. Julius Passion for Photography and for people is why lic. has become such a success, and why I believe it will continue to be so in the future this is he body acts and welcome back to the candidate frame. But I always. Challenging time for you, it is a challenging time for everybody, but we're hanging in there. We have quite a team between our board of directors and friends and donors and students and staff. We've had a lot of people who have really wanted to help us including you. Yeah I mean. It's just amazing what you've built over these many years. Especially in in Los Angeles Los Angeles always lacked a sort of a central hub for a photo community this new. York San Francisco. Other places I've always seemed to have it, but I've always felt that one of the best things that you offered outside of the classes was just a place for people who love Photography WanNa community to come together so I'm I've always been supportive of the work, and that's why I'm just really want to be a cheerleader for you as you guys. Go through this this transition because I think despite the obvious challenges I think that there are so many people who outside the Los Angeles area that could really stand. To benefit from not just the classes, but the community that you've built. Let's. Let's talk a little about how you're dealing with the restrictions that the pandemic has put on and how you're seeing. The reinvention of La CPI. Yes, well. We've had to move quickly like like everybody else. In mid March, when all the doors were shut down for everyone, our revenue stream completely shut down as well and as you might know. We just moved into this really beautiful center in December, that is a costly on a monthly basis, and it's just beautiful, and everybody was so excited about it. We had a five events before we had to shut the doors, and they were all packed, and everybody was so excited about the new center and this new beautiful place, and so we hope to be back to classes in the fall. We've moved everything online in a very amazingly quick manner to our staff Kevin Jansen, Brandon and Jason and Sarah. An amazing staff and everybody's kind of worked around the clock to do what we needed to apply for a lot of grants and a lot of federal aid. We had board of directors helping us at without two. We've sent out lots of help us. You know, send money in. Trying to get donations we've we've done everything we can, and we've gotten some some help from a lot of people and also some fed. We just got a federal aid last week. So that's GONNA. Help US tremendously, so we feel very optimistic, which is a completely different than a month ago? When this all happened, and it was so scary and we were all very nervous and very scared, but we didn't have much time. To stay scared or nervous or depressed because we had a lot to do so that that was a good thing because I kept our minds off of what what could happen, you know after twenty one years of building, this place is beautiful community that we all have. But. We just feel very optimistic now. We're doing everything we can that the aid that we just got really helped a lot. Our Board of directors outstanding to help us, and our staff is just working so hard to make everything happen, so we're looking at. If it's indeed we can come back to the classroom in the fall hideout. We're going to be able to ever have a big event for a while, but if we can come back to the classrooms in the fall. Then will not only have classrooms, but we'll also have online programs because we've been wanting to do online learning for years is just that we've had such a small staff, and we've just never had the man or woman power to get it done, and now we really didn't this time, either, but we had to. We had to make it happen. So come fall we'll have both. Brandon came up with a whole series of Webinars, which is really need, and so I think that it kind of pushed us to do some new cool things, and then we'll be able to come back to the classroom as well hopefully in September. Normal season starts in July, but we pushed the season back to not starting until September with hopes that more time would be. You know possible to get back in the

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Miami - Woman shot, killed after charging Temple Terrace officer with knife, officials say

WIOD Programming

00:35 sec | Last month

Miami - Woman shot, killed after charging Temple Terrace officer with knife, officials say

"Twenty one year old woman was shot and killed by a temple terrace police officer Friday after without provocation she pulled out a large knife and tried to stab the uniformed officer she did not displayed any outward indication that she was in any way shape or form going to be aggressive against against the officer the officer was that it was a very caught up until it wasn't it was a very calm interaction chief Ken Albano says the officer pulled his weapon warned her several times to drop the knife but but mom taz Azhari continued her attack she was taken to a nearby hospital where she

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UN condemns deadly attacks on low-caste youths in Nepal

UN News

01:54 min | Last month

UN condemns deadly attacks on low-caste youths in Nepal

"The killing of five men in Nepal who had supported and Inter caste relationship has been condemned by the UN rights. Chief in a statement on Friday the High Commissioner for Human Rights. Michelle Bachelet expressed shock. At last weekend's bloodshed he's victims were from the Dalit or untouchables. Class it reportedly happened after a twenty one year. Old Man and several friends attempted to escort his higher cost girlfriend at her request. Before being attacked five men were later found dead while another person is still missing. Misbash Bachelorette also called for an independent investigation into reports that a twelve year. Old low-cost girl was killed in an attack in ran day district and left hanging from a tree. She is said to have been forcibly married to her alleged rapist from dominant cast. It is distressing that caste based discrimination remains widespread not only in the pool but in other countries the high commissioner said in a statement adding that ending the prejudice was fundamental to International Labor agreed sustainable development goals of leaving no one behind moves by social media platforms to stop the spread of potentially ill-informed and prejudiced information by users have been welcomed by the human rights office. Chr development follows the decision by twitter earlier this week for the first time to highlight to posts by us. President Donald Trump. They called into question. The proposed use of postal ballots in California in the presidential election later this year. Which Mr Trump warned at risk of being rigged you and human rights spokesperson ripper called on Friday said that although heavy-handed regulation could stifle free expression. It was a good thing online. Chat companies addressed posts. His veracity could be challenged. Social media platforms have frequently contributed to human rights violations. Mr Colville explained including through hate speech. Incitement to violence and misinformation that undermines fundamental rights. He also cautioned against overbroad regulation. That can stifle free expression and be used to target human rights defenders and call thoughtful consideration by authorities and effective

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Houston police ask FBI to review fatal shooting of kneeling man

Sean Hannity

00:30 sec | Last month

Houston police ask FBI to review fatal shooting of kneeling man

"Police chief art Acevedo Acevedo says says it's it's giving giving the the F. F. B. B. I. I. all all it it needs needs for for an an investigation investigation into into an an officer officer involved involved shooting shooting April April twenty twenty first first in in southeast southeast Houston Houston I I have have to to call call them them myself myself and and not with them so they can they've been given everything on that they've asked for and I made the call to the sock here locally sac is the special agent in charge of bystander took a video as a kneeling twenty one year old was tasered shot at with bean bags and then ultimately shot and killed by HPD officers

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Toddler Stabbed in Northeast DC, Suspect in Custody

Chris Plante

00:37 sec | Last month

Toddler Stabbed in Northeast DC, Suspect in Custody

"Matthews a two year old girl was stabbed last night in northeast DC the toddler survived the stabbing in DC police do have a suspect in custody it happened in the courtyard of an apartment complex along Benning road not far from the Rosedale recreation center that you call the police spokesman Dustin stern back says the suspect has no known relationship to the two year old girl nearby patrol officers responded and provided medical treatment until paramedics could arrive the suspect twenty one year old vontade right of southeast DC was arrested quickly and charged with assault with intent to kill and cruelty to a child corporate W. a mail in W. one A. L. dot

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Police arrest suspect in deadly Kyoto Animation arson attack

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | Last month

Police arrest suspect in deadly Kyoto Animation arson attack

"Japanese police have arrested a man suspected of killing thirty six people in an arson attack at an animation studio in Kyoto last July Shinji are there was arrested in hospital of the dangers to have recovered sufficiently from life threatening burns from telltale referred Wingfield Hayes according to Japanese media Mister Albert has confessed to carrying out the attack on the Kyoto animation studio last July I wanna see say used petrol from two large containers set fire to the ground floor of the animation studio the building was filled with animation materials and was rapidly engulfed in flames many of the thirty six who died were young animators trapped on the upper floor the youngest was just twenty one years old some reports have suggested the suspect bore a grudge against the studio accusing it of plagiarizing his own work

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How Ear Hustle Went From Winning a Contest to Becoming One of the Most Successful Podcasts of All-Time

Inside Podcasting

02:34 min | Last month

How Ear Hustle Went From Winning a Contest to Becoming One of the Most Successful Podcasts of All-Time

"Hello and welcome to incite podcasting. The show in which creators discussed their craft. I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. You just heard the voices of visual artists. Nigel poor and former prison inmate Alan Woods. They are co host and Co creators of Ear Hustle which tells stories about daily life inside San Quentin prison. The show which came to life after winning a podcast competition was an immediate hit when it launched in two thousand fifteen the show got a ton of press won awards. It seemed to be the podcast that everyone I knew was talking about and then in two thousand eighteen. Something pretty incredible happened then. California Governor Jerry Brown Commuted Orleans prison sentence Brown credited Orleans work on the podcast as a significant factor in his decision after twenty one years earlier on walked out of San Quentin a free man since then early on and Nigel and the rest of the ear hustle team have continued to tell stories about life on the inside but they've also reinvented elements of the show's format and explored new narratives on the outside. I'm going play you a clip from season. Four of the show in it. You'll hear Nigel. An airline speaking with curtis a newly released inmate about something that's been on his mind ever since he got out of prison. So here's the million dollar question man. Are you still a virgin killing me? Why she turned away was GonNa Take Care of yes. I'm still a virgin. Sadly how many days have you been a probably close to seventy okay? So what I know. That guys insider very preoccupied. About how quickly guys are going to have sex when they get out. I am on the side of. What is the rush rush is at many of us like myself have been on the inside for twenty four years with out sex so now we come out. We think that we're going to run right into the arms of some beautiful woman was just happening. So you WANNA have sex. You could just have sex but are you looking for sex or relationship so to ask her problem. Tell us about that clip from a season. Four episode called. I want the fairytale which is about dating after prison. It's one of the many fascinating episode ear. Hustle has reported on from the

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Keeping Your Dream Alive with Drew Holcomb

The EntreLeadership Podcast

09:20 min | Last month

Keeping Your Dream Alive with Drew Holcomb

"Today or conversation is with music city icon drew holcomb. And you may remember that. We talked to drew's manager Paul Steal a few weeks ago. But here's the thing you need to know about drew. He absolutely refuses to be limited by other people's labels yes? He's a killer singer and songwriter. And believe me you're GONNA WANNA listen to the end of this episode. But he's used that foundation of singing and songwriting to lay a platform for becoming an entrepreneur. An investor a business owner. The guys creative he's disciplined. He's an absolute anomaly. But all of these different roles and qualities they've come together to make for a pretty remarkable and outrageous life but as you will hear his path toward becoming one of Americana Music Most beloved and authentic figures. It was one that actually started over twenty years ago and it was birthed out of a tragedy. I played music all throughout high school. I was your classic like Gout. The Guitar Planning Life and Learning Songs and having fun just with friends. I didn't write a song until I was a junior in college. I went to a personal tragedy the summer after my junior year of high school at a younger brother special needs who passed away very unexpectedly. I was actually out of the country and music was sort of thing. Kinda got me through it so really for me. Music was this personal sort of healing anchor. Anchor exactly I've no thoughts of doing it professionally especially talented at that time. I don't think so. No no not really I mean I was. I was fine You know I always had a very sort of ernest. Hard-working like plow through it. Sort of ethic involved in scouts and was in the student body organization. And all the things you know at school. I Love School. I always student so I went to school to college with the intent of going to graduate school to study. History on my goal is to write books and be a history professor so that was the dream now somewhere along the way. My junior decided to go study abroad and I studied in Edinburgh Scotland and I didn't really know anybody so I took my guitar with me. You know that was like my main hobby was playing guitar and I just started writing songs like at night. I'd finish my work or whatever three roommates. A Frenchman Franck Thomas the German Dave the Canadian and drew the American. That sounds like the makings of a killer ban. Yes that's right court. What are you studying in? Scotland studying church history so studying sort of like a variety of classes but Studying sort of fifteenth and Sixteenth Century Scotland. Studying the early sort of early Roman church so sort of. Constantine through you know the the break-up of the Roman Empire so just like nerdy stuck just had your guitar with you the whole yet. I wasn't writing songs about any of that stuff. I mean it was informing you know in a way but now I just started writing songs and really. It was diving into that pain because what I knew I was GONNA do. I started writing songs because my senior project at. Ut was an oral history about my brother. So I was interviewing fifty to eighty people. Nurses doctors friends teachers cousins. Who grew up around him in his life. And I was trying to figure out why this like kid. With Spina Bifida made such an impact when he his funeral was like twenty five hundred on my word so I was just personally curious and also just thought it was a great way to sort of put this history stuff to work to do this oral history and so part of that was started writing songs about that. Sorta as a sideline and extending come home from Scotland and start my senior year. My friends start playing songs for my friends. They're like Ayman is a pretty good. You should maybe give this a go so I started looking some gigs in Knoxville. Like at bars and I'd play covers and originals. Invite my friends out and this mentor of mine. Basically told me so. Hey man graduate. School can wait a year to like. It's not going anywhere much to take a break. Do this music thing get a job. See what happens. And that was in the fall. Two Thousand and three and here we are in two thousand twenty. Golly that's crazy so when you started doing it and you were playing in those bars. You couldn't have been making much planning those bars. No it's probably pretty scrappy beginnings for a while. I would assume yeah really four or five years of absolute scrap absolute scrap. Was that whole time where you think to yourself. This is what I want to do with the rest of my life or were you just filling time. During that season I was enjoying sort of the process of seeing the country of convincing by then friend to date me and Mary me I was enjoying the freedom I really found a lot of freedom and being my own boss that was like also and I was like well. That's pretty cool. And then also the same time I was sort of looking at the writing on the wall of the other dream going man. It's like really hard to get a real decent job at university especially as sort of a you know another southern white male just like there's a lot of those PhD's in history saturated market. So I just honestly the part of it I was really loving the business and I was finding satisfaction in putting together the band and the recording process and learning I was growing. I felt like you know all these things. I didn't understand about music. I mean as a kid you get a record and you think Oh. These people just got no room. They've set up. Some microphones push record. And that's what you hear and then you realize that. Oh It's actually this incredibly long and arduous process but very satisfying process and so I found myself enjoying it and just kept going based on my dad. You know I'm just GonNa keep doing this until it stops growing and it didn't. You're still. Here is your idol dip. It was your dad. Supportive or your parents supportive as you were kind of pursuing this dream very supportive. My Dad always jokes. He says he has all these friends that tell him like. Why did you let drew do this? And he's like I let drew do anything you know. He's twenty one years. Old graduated from College Emmy debt which was Nice Ozone. Scholarship makes a big difference in your twenty two years old about. Can you pursue this dream? Well I have all this debt and I gotta get a certain amount of money job or can I like try to do something independently with it of hamstrings you? So I didn't have any deaths and my dad basically told me like. Hey Man if you're gonNa work hard at this your mom and I are in your corner like let's go for it and actually took me guitar shop and bought me like the nicest guitar he could afford and said like this is our send you on your way thing you know. Wow so very supportive stuff had other people say like I wanted your parents. Let you do this crazy thing. Let me amount of adult. Yeah that's right. You don't have to have your parents permission but it sure helps. Psychologically I think to have people that believe in you that in your corner day deal but also. They weren't covering like they weren't paying for you to do they work. They work funding your dream. But they were supporting your. Yeah but I gave me alone ten grand and make my first record but it was expected to be paid back. And did you pay of course? I figured you're probably not still in the payment plan. No I read this in. I think it was rolling stone. That wrote it. It said while working at a Memphis studio in the early two thousands holcomb started playing small bars on weekends and eventually found himself zigzagging across the south in old Volvo Wagon and putting nearly three hundred thousand miles on the car and five years first of all. Is that true very true? John Actually totaled at around two hundred and forty thousand miles and took it around mechanic and he he made it drivable not put another ninety thousand miles on it. That's insane you're going all over and then it says initially. He says he was barely making ends. Meet playing at the most random coffee houses and community college. Lunch hours anywhere. That would give me a little scratch to play my songs. So that's a pretty accurate representation. Those first few yeah definitely and you know some of those college. Gigs were literally community colleges noon and they had these entertainment budgets that they had dispensed they bring you in. I'd bring my own P. A. And severe that set it up in the corner at start playing and literally a third of the room when they realized the somebody was sort of interrupting their lunch would put their headphones on to listen to their music. While I'm playing in the corner so you had to have pretty thick skin letting you know their checks cashed and that's how I was able to afford to keep going so it was complete survival. Did you have moments where you were just like? What am I doing at least two or three times an hour? When I was playing shows seriously though you know sometimes about halfway through that period is when I got married. Ellie was a schoolteacher and then after a year of teaching administered go on. The road means so really my last year of doing a lot of those colleges she was with me and that was so much more fun because we were just getting the car and just laugh at how terrible the experience was you know like. I said they were the gigs paid and that was the right around the time we started having some success with songs on TV and film. This song live forever came out which did really well On. Tv show. Parenthood was the season. Finale montage moment and we got paid enough to get a van and we started getting asked to go on tour other singer. Songwriters. Dave Barnes and Marvis. Are these sort of smaller. You Know Club. Things were also starting to really make real fans and then it became. Maybe I want to do this for the rest of my life. Real to that point it was like this is a big.

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Police Release Surveillance Video Of Person Of Interest After Woman Sexually Assaulted, Another Shot Inside West Philadelphia Apartment

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | Last month

Police Release Surveillance Video Of Person Of Interest After Woman Sexually Assaulted, Another Shot Inside West Philadelphia Apartment

"The police are pleading with the public to help them identify a man who broke into an Overbrook apartment early Sunday morning and raped one woman and shot a roommate K. Y. W. is crime and justice reporter Kristen Johanneson says they've released video of a person of interest breaking into cars in the area it was just about five fifteen Sunday morning when a man police believed to be in his twenties broke into a basement apartment along Brockton road by Haverford Avenue near rose playground just a few blocks off the city Avenue two women were inside they were sleeping when he came in we believe he was able to force his way into the residence because block may have been faulty captain mark Burgmann leads the special victims unit and says the twenty one year old rape victim began to scream waking her roommate the suspect then shot the twenty three year old roommate in the stomach with a loss a lack of all hospital where she was admitted and still is in critical condition detectives combed the neighborhood for surveillance video which they found there were some vehicles broken into we did recover video of this individual and stock in a car the arms man is dressed in all black with bright neon green or blue bloods he seen getting something from a white car and then softly shutting the door he is considered armed and dangerous you can see the video on our website KYW newsradio dot com rescue workers a call you know we'll look into it we'll see we can go and that

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Woman Rescued From Suspected Miami Springs Sex Trafficker

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"A twenty one year old woman is safe after being rescued from alleged sex trafficker the woman tells investigators she met Gregory Sutton at a Miami springs motel he offered to put online photos of her up and then offer services for a price she says out of fear she locked herself in her motel room contacted a friend to call police Sutton charged with human trafficking attempting to profit from prostitution and drug

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Melissa Etheridge says her 21-year-old son, Beckett, has died after he "succumbed" to opioid addiction

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Melissa Etheridge says her 21-year-old son, Beckett, has died after he "succumbed" to opioid addiction

"Singer Melissa Etheridge is mourning the loss of our son to a drug overdose Beckett cipher had been struggling with an opioid addiction he was born in nineteen ninety eight to Etheridge and her then partner Julie cypher through artificial insemination it was later revealed that singer David Crosby was the biological father on Twitter at the ridge of rights we wonder what we could have done to save him but in the end we know he's out of pain now back at cipher was just twenty one years

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Cases Of Mysterious Pediatric Illness Climb To 100 In New York City Alone, Up From 82

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | Last month

Cases Of Mysterious Pediatric Illness Climb To 100 In New York City Alone, Up From 82

"Thirty concerns about a sometimes fatal condition which attacks young people infected by covert nineteen governor Cuomo says there have been a hundred and ten cases of this inflammatory illness in people who have or had cold with nineteen right now we have it affecting children from less than one year old so inference to twenty one years old and three people have died the condition is similar to Kawasaki disease which is an inflammation of the blood vessels mayor Blasio this is a deep concern I wanna throw everything we've got added the number of children affected continues to grow it is still in the scheme of things a rare condition but it is something that we take very seriously and we're now on high alert the health department is putting together a weapon are aimed at the city's twenty three pediatric icy use to make sure all doctors have the latest information Roger stern ten ten wins

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Melissa Etheridge's son, Beckett Cypher, dies aged 21

Mandy Connell

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Melissa Etheridge's son, Beckett Cypher, dies aged 21

"The twenty one year old son of singer Melissa Etheridge whose biological father is David Crosby died in Denver yesterday police say Beckett suffrages body was found in the afternoon in the sixteen hundred block of we wanna street police say he died of an opioid

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"twenty one years" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 2 months ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on KOMO

"Our twenty first year the study itself only runs nineteen years but it's just one of the Xbox or actually it's our twenty first year southwestern drought and any indication on how long mega droughts typically last they have lost it in the past for as long as fifty or so years which is what has worried the trout client list so much when they look back in the past record and then think about kind of where we are with our water resources and population in the last and let that water competition might be like if a drought extended on and what makes this make a drought different than the others that were charted over the last twelve hundred years yeah so over the last two hundred years you had that period expansive severe drought those were all caused by by and large natural fluctuations in the Pacific Ocean and elsewhere so think about on the radio and apple the heart of the current events which began about two thousand about half of it is now it's reasonable to human caused climate change so with out climate change this drought would rank number eleven in the past four hundred years spoke with say a rank of number two so that shows you not necessarily how climate change causes a drought but how climate change exacerbates an individual drive and what are typically the consequences of a make a drought how do they change the way people live yeah so if you look back through history market route our lead to major events so it was a mega drought existed around the time of the mai and collapse the collapse of the mind publication mega drought immigrants have been correlated to various conflicts in the past and the in bed and then managing cave drawings in the southwest United States also we know that they've disrupted and even advanced societies throughout history so you'd expect to see significant disruption but also we've never really left the room like this at a time when we are able to adapt to it we're much better at adapting to you need to change water resource use now than we were today eight hundred she you know back when they didn't see it coming I work on the string I didn't have the options that we do Andrew Friedman with us on come on who sees the.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:36 min | 7 months ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"twenty one years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"We're joined by system coach Becky Hammon Mbeki before we talk about the game itself. What was it like to be part of this special evening for darkness key, as the Spurs that a very good job of sending him off tonight, obviously special, you know, special player, and it's interesting because he's just been so good for so long to kind of relive his moments with the video tributes that they had he's just been a special player to watch. I mean, he's really the guy. He's a guy that kind changed the league in terms of big shooting threes, and he was one of the first to do it also international players coming in. Of course, there's a lot of international players now. But Dr came in twenty one years ago, not so much, and the fact that there are a lot of young European kids sing Dirk Nowitzki star in the NBA guys like Jaka Purnell, and we can go on and on and on about different players from Europe. But he certainly was an influence to them wasn't. He no doubt. I mean, he's. I'm sure he can't go very many places in Europe without being noticed. You know, you think about Donte though. I mean, his teammate. Sure, exceptional young European player wasn't even born when Dirk was in in the NBA. So it just kind of gives a glimpse of how good he's been for how long for so long, and it was a special night. And you know, I think he was touched obviously. And I it's irritate from professional basketball or any professional sport. It comes in waves. You know, I it's a little bit of a death in a way because you're this person your whole life in that part of you is is now gone in ways. And I think every great basketball player still carries a deep love and passion. But it gets to the point where man you just can't do what you used to do anymore, and that's a hard pill to swallow. But he's done it about its gracefully as he possibly can though question pop had a lot of nice things to say about Dirk Nowitzki are back to the game. Now, obviously is a game that you needed to have. And it was a bit of a struggle at times able to pull through and you got some good performances from several players, especially lamarcus Aldridge. Yeah. I mean, you know, defensively I thought we came out. We did some good things. Obviously they missed a lot of shots. But for us it's about being solid for forty eight. And we just keep hammering that point home. And you know, I thought they got downhill on us to the room a couple times. So it's about honing in on details in you know, everybody's level of intensity and focus knowing personnel. Knowing scouts knowing game plans. Everything has to go up a level now going into the postseason, but lamarcus I mean, he just does he really does so many things for us not just shooting the ball. But you know, defensively and rebound him. He just says everything a three game winning streak going into the postseason. Are you pretty happy with where you are right now. In terms of where you want right now both offensively and defensively. Frightening. So I mean, we've strung some some wins together, especially on the road, obviously, you know, against against non playoff teams, but we're still gaining experience in his team. I mean, you know, pop hit on it in the locker room just post game. You know, this is. A new group, you know, in into able to put the season together that we have is a real credit to their character in the kind of players that we have on the kind of men that are in that locker room. And so, you know, we're happy with where we are. But we got more work to do. And and we're happy to be going on on into the playoffs. And this is a really really fun time for both players coaches fans, whoever you are the best time of year. It absolutely is. We're all looking forward to Becky thanks very much for your cooperation all year long. We look forward to more interviews with you during a postseason run about that wind Bill after okay? Thank you. Haven't. Her postgame comments, obviously pecking good Buddha. Why not the Spurs did a great job honoring Dirk Nowitzki this evening and also got the win which was really the most important thing. The final score one. Oh, five ninety four the Spurs win over the Dallas Mavericks, the altar performance brought to you.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Twenty one years old started all thirty six races for Hendrick last year, four top ten finishes. Rest of the forty car lineup will be set by the two qualifying races coming up on Thursday NASCAR. Meanwhile in the car chips for chase Elliott tied Dylan and Austin Dillon through the five hundred four repeated inspection failures before qualifying for the race. The drivers of those cars were docked fifteen minutes from the final cut practice before next. Sunday's race five days after crashing in super g Lindsey Vonn bounces back wins. The bronze medal in the final race of her career world championship downhill iris adults day as always I was so nervous all day or just. Serious anxiety. You know, I think I wanted more than anything to finish strong. I didn't want to end up like I did on Tuesday in the fence, you know, and and I was weighing in my mind, you know, the risk of putting an all out there crashing and being injured again as opposed to finishing. They wanted to. And it was just. This is an internal battle that in the end. I one with my emotions I stayed calm and was able to execute my plan. Just a couple of questions did the show to call Sashi help or Hindi. Do you think? Honestly, no. And that's hard for me to say. No, I I'm in a position where? You know, my my body isn't allowing me to ski the way. I know that I can you know, normally I would say, yes, I'm disappointed because I know that I can win. But I don't know that I can win anymore in. That's why I'm retiring he know, my body isn't letting me do what I need to do to win races. So. That's the best psychic done today. You know, honestly, there's not another gear. And. You know, like I said, I'm I'm very very happy and thankful for bronze today. I even before the crash I was sore. So it's like, I'm just so on top of sorts. Like my neck is killing me. But, you know, it's as every athletes knows like, you know, every everyone fights through their own difficulties. And and you know at the end of the day. No, one cares. If my neck hurts. They only care if I win and for me, I just know that what I'm capable of. And what I'm capable of pushing through. And and they knew that I was capable of pushing through the pain, and you know, one last time, and and I did that. So I am not surprise. But I you know, I like I said every athlete has their own obstacles. And I face Minehead on today. And I conquered them von becomes the first female skier to win medals in six different world championships. Also, her record tying fifth downhill medal at the world's straight ahead. Okay. So the pelicans may not have bargained in good faith. But who came out the winner that's next. It's ESPN radio..

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"twenty one years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Field for the past twenty one years is right at his right? I think when you spend as much time as I have specializing in one thing you develop a level of knowledge and expertise in that particular area. And frankly, there are very few of us dinosaurs left to focus exclusively on long term care insurance. I think most in the industry work with other insurance products as well. Financial services products. You know, some people are Jacksonville trades. I guess I'm just a Jack of one trade. Right. Right. Right. Well, and you know. In our relationship as a subject matter expert. I'm the first one to say, we can't do it all with all the complexities in the financial services world. So I appreciate the fact that you're so comfortable just handling this portion which is so critical because what's what's the number seven out of every ten of us. Right. We're going to need long term care. People reach age sixty five the risk is seven out of ten will need some type of care at some point during the remainder of their lives. So it's a huge risk. And it's something we all need to plan for and discuss it. You also train other insurance professionals, which I would think the listener out there is confused by because you're in theory training, your competition at a certain level. I guess if you look at it that way that could be true, but I see it as helping others helped their clients to. And I think it's a win win for everybody. If I'm able to use some of my expertise to train others. Help them become educated and long term care insurance and the ins and outs of it and they can help their clients as well. I mean, we can't get to everybody. Right. There's others out there that can help out then then right? There's enough for everyone around, and it helps all of us as we as we have talked about golf since it's both it's very near and dear to both of us rates. Not everybody hears the same thing from the same coach. So it may not be Greg Donal on his team. And it may not be used. So it is it is something that you should be applauded for. So in addition to sales and training responsibility. You're also a certified continuing education instructor for the California partnership for long term care, and you're also like my son's erg. Hopefully, my sons will get their alumnus of San Diego State university at some point. Yep. Yep. I'm graduating from the graduating class of a number that begins with nineteen. And it's not late nineteenth either. But I'll tell you what. I hope your boys are having as wonderful as I did down there. They're taking advantage of it. They definitely are taking advantage. Eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred that's eight six six four nine six twenty three hundred is the number to call right here right now to get on get in the queue to talk about some of the things we're talking about today. Or are we talking about long term care and long term care insurance? I guess let's start there. Mitch. What is the difference between long-term care in long term care insurance? Okay. Well, let's start out by defining long-term care. I would say that simply put it's the type of help that person needs when they've lost a measure of independence. So when you're not able to do everything on your own anymore, and you need some assistance from somebody else. That is what long term care is long term care insurance is a financing and support vehicle to help pay for the costs of long-term care when the time comes okay, okay. And what type of things 'cause someone to need long term care? Well, could be an injury could be an accident. That'd be an illness. Or frankly, it could be also you've done everything right during your life, you've stayed healthy. And you'll worked doubt you eight. Right. Right. And you got old and when you get into your eighties nineties, and you're. Frailty sets in and things start falling apart, and you might just need some basic help getting around, and that really is long-term care to a lot of people think it means that you're sick or infirm. But it really just could mean you lived a really good long life, and you got old, and you need some assistance, and is your particular age that someone's going to need long term care. Well, not really because we're all prone to injuries and accidents and illnesses at any time. There's a large number of folks between the ages of eighteen and sixty four who are actually needing long term care today. But most people feel that it's something for later in life. I mean, I think when you look at claims statistics on insurance the average age of claim is right around seventy nine or eighty. But it's like I said it could happen at any time. So the average age is seventy or eighty when they filed claim they filed claims, right? And is when it comes to claim does it does it matter where they need the claim at well long-term care. So the answer's no not really in modern long term care insurance. Pretty much covers everything, but long-term care can be received in one's own home. That's primarily where people are receiving long-term care. And even those who don't have insurance most are receiving care at home because they have family members who are providing the care or helping out or friends or relatives. So most long-term care is in one's own home. Obviously, we also have a lot of other facilities set up to handle long-term care assisted living nursing homes board and care homes things along those lines and how long does he use last four and the stats on it? Number pretty common statistic is that the average long-term care need is about three years or so with the caveat that no one of us is average, right, right? All unique. So it could be few months could be few years could be a lot of years. Again, it really all depends on what happens to you. Okay. Look, and how long you are. But yeah, the averages are generally around three. And by the way, women tend to be a little on the higher side of that average in mantle on the lower side been meeting the long or a longer period of time direct because we fall apart pretty much. You hear that here that guys we're gonna fall apart? So. Would it comes to who typically provides the long term care is it going to be the family member? Yeah. Especially if people don't have insurance or don't have a plan, then they really do have to rely on a family member. One of the reasons people look to.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"My name is Jason Middleton. I cover business and finance. I cover a lot of different parts of the markets, including real estate, and they don't really want to invest in real estate. But I watched the price at the prices are going up. I watched the sales the sales are going down. I'm watching the stock market. Same thing's happening up EROs down arrows. And so I grabbed a Lance Strauss. He's an instructor at Online Trading Academy. And I want to get his expertise in this, Lance. Thanks for coming back. And my pleasure. The home price situation is something. That's unbelievable here in the bay area. It seems to be there's there's no inventory. There's no there's no houses for sale. And so it's really as a seller's market, which is tough to do when you don't have the money to be a buyer. I just I see a lot of conflicting information in that in that. And on Wall Street. Well, everybody out there. Let me tell you this. It's not as rosy as you think we have. And the reason I know that we have like our little secret indicator is how many realtors are showing up at our classes now. Oh, and all of a sudden all the real are. We didn't have a lot of realtors because it was so easy to make money in the bay area. If you could find listings, but now. They're all coming to us in the market has slowed down tremendously. I know in my area. I live in the bay area for for thirty years. There's like more houses for sale on my streets. And they're sitting there. There was a house right closer to two point four million that taken off the market. That's right. The interest rates are higher the time listed on market has definitely gotten longer over the past year. That's a good point and a good data point. And you mentioned real estate people coming in and taking this what other kind of people are coming in trying to learn this first of all the people that are that have some kind of job where they're self employed. And it's not working out the way, they think we have people in their fifties. And sixty they've been laid off at their age because they're too old. They're not gonna fit it in the middle and ios, and they don't know how to play foosball, and you know, and do all that kind of stuff that the kids how to do. And they are, you know, the older you get the harder it is to get employment. And what people don't realize is if you know what you're doing with trading investing. There's a there's a ramp up curve, obviously. But it's not going to take you more than an hour. Our day is like say, I wanna be a realtor or want to be a trader investor, but I can't do, but you can do about Tom only spending literally a half hour a day by trade, and there's just not that much to do. But I've been doing this for a while. We'll that's true. I mean, you're the that's why you're in the instructor. You're you're the expert, but it can be done because it's a skill set. Right. It's not something you'd have skill set. It's something that you you learn how to learn how to ply your trade. If you will. I don't know if I'm barring that phrase correctly or not, but I was trying to an answer is it's not easy. Skill set to be learned and the market can be gave us in the market take it away. But if you're self disciplined, and you're serious about it. We can help you out we've trained four hundred fifty students over twenty one years. So I think what we're doing before we get people registered for that free introductory class. So when you see volatility in the markets, you see market's going up and down and sideways there that's can be good for somebody with the proper skill set. Correct. Absolutely. Because if you if you can understand we have a patented process. Time to talk about it here on this this show. They've actually have a United States patent on a process of knowledge piece of software or a magic indicator or computer program if the process by which we teach people to analyze charging. There's not of these technical indicators, those don't work either where we say, whereas Goldman Sachs buying where they Sally, and we don't care either doing it are needed who the person is doing it. We didn't know we're going to jump in there. And there was a point where I am. Honestly, I can mention specific companies, but one of the big food companies here, you know, has has been collapsing. And there was a big signal that you should have known when you should have gotten out of that. And everybody says, well, I'm just gonna hold on. It's gonna come back. Well, what if it does, you know, great hope is not a strategy. That's a good point and take the emotions out of it Online Trading Academy has been doing this for twenty one years, Lance. How do we get people registered for this who wanted to take that free introductory class? Hey, it's pretty simple aside. They're driving or if they have their cell phone handy. Hop on the phone, call eight seven seven. Three three eight trade T R E that's eight seven seven three three a trade or if they're and.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"There is an unbelievable story that just does not make any. Sense to me at all other than this is what happens when a government just starts passing laws and is is not. Using their brain at all what? Is the point of prison the point of the prison is to, punish people for. Their crimes but rehabilitate them so when, they come out of, prison? They are good citizens? Right isn't that the point There is, a there is a, case? Now of Matthew Charles It is absolutely. UN believable in the nineties he was. Nabbed for selling crack he spent twenty one years in, prison He got out. Of prison on parole. He has completely changed, his life, his community. Loves him he goes to church. All the time he's got a job he. Volunteers in in I think soup. Kitchens this guy is a model citizen Well the state decided they made. A mistake because you've gotta serve until twenty twenty seven is. On the Zona books here you. You gotta serve it. Till twenty twenty-seven so they took a. Guy who had been. Out on parole for, how many, years due. To three I don't even know I think. Two, years, and is a? Model, citizen he's going back to prison until twenty twenty seven this is this has got to stop this is wrong and there's something we can do about it now. He has an attorney and are in hidden Charles attorney is on with us Now Sean Hopwood Hello. Sean how are you I'm great thanks for having me glad I'm sure so. Tell me what. We, don't. Know about Matthew Well I think one of, the usual things, about Matthew's cave is that one he got an extremely long sentence for drug. Crime thirty five years, which in the federal system you have. To serve. Eighty five percent of. That, so best. Case scenario he's gotta do thirty thirty one years And I think what's remarkable? About his case has he's done twenty one years in. A Federal Bureau prison not only did there's no, indication he had any acts of violence or committed, any other prime and president he didn't get a single minor disciplinary report and how how rare is how rare is that Matthew, I. Have never seen it and put, it in contact I don't know if your listeners know my story but I served eleven years in. Federal, prison myself and I'm often held up as the model rehabilitation and I. Got to answer that reports and eleven years half, of what Matthew, sir Matthew is quite the amazing man and then he gets out and just. Makes a community and, when his church in Nashville and volunteers You know the first two years out of prison after serving along sentences, very precarious for people are trying to get some stability. And get their life back on track and Matthew, despite all of that went and served at a, soup kitchen every Saturday for the homeless and what's interesting the department of Justice had a chance the judge asked that will you, dismiss. A charge and left us man, go free rather than relaxing him up for ten more years and department of Justice said no why Well they, what they would say as they're just following the rule of law but that doesn't make any sense because federal prosecutors decide what to charge and whatnot card every day and federal court across, the country there are many times people break federal law and prosecutors never charge it a lot a lot, well you know the US congress does not value your liberty or anyone else in this. Country because what, most Americans don't know is that the. Congress has found that, they're five thousand federal criminal laws five thousand, things, that are so serious that the congress thanks that you could potentially go to jail or, prison, for So first of all is Matthew is he back in prison yet Then county jail Kentucky awaiting transfer to another prison but we are hopeful that the president President Trump will grant him clemency and. Return him, back home to a community that desperately wants him back I read I read. An article about, his going away party and he was so gracious and I mean I I wouldn't be I. Wouldn't be what was his attitude, as he as he went on You know if it was me I would be very bitter, and angry but that's not Matthews character Matthew kinda left a better. Angry guy behind him president many many years, ago he has been, you know he's sad and devastated because he finally got his life back on track only to have it all ripped away from him but I tell you he is. Also very humble man and has, been just overwhelmed with the number? Of people who, you know has changed dot org. Petition of close to a hundred thousand signatures we did a lot of interviews last week including NBC nightly news and he's just been overwhelmed at. The number, of people from all political stripes who are supporting him and his quest for. Clemency petition is, posted at glennbeck dot com if you wanna go sign it what's the goal for this shot While the goal is to just get. Enough public support that the president decides this is worth doing, and the, White House is aware, of Matthew's case I don't I have, yet to run into anyone. Who thinks that it was a smarter wise idea defend, him, back to prison. For ten years, so I'm, hopeful that something will happen and that the president will sign a clemency petition and Matthew can go back home to girlfriend. As church community in a theoretical world right if we had an Liam a or the matrix where we could test these things, and you had criminals who had did bad things and you could. Somehow test the fact that maybe they could, return and you could, prove it you could release people all the time the issue is of course that would be incredibly risky to release them into into the actual population if you weren't. Sure here's a case in which, we essentially got the opportunity to Test we got we were able to release this guy to see if he could blend, into community to see if his life. Had been turned, around as a success story it's a success story was proven that he could and yet on what seems. To be a ridiculous technicality they're throwing them back into prison It's an it's unthinkable they're they're thousands of Matthew Charles's in federal prison that just haven't had the opportunity he has to get, out the great irony about the American criminal Justice system has one. We think that we. Are the land. Of the free but on the other hand America incarcerated citizens at a greater rate than almost any other country on the planet. And to the great irony of it is the longer someone spends in correction. The last likely they generally are to come, blah by successful lives make people better. Right and you. Don't I, can't imagine going to prison for twenty years twenty one years here and and being able to even function on the outside it was a different world that. He lived in in the nineteen nineties completely when.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Developer, or investor everyone knows everyone and their lots of collaborations and general sense of. A community driving everyone Ford Personality wise I, think the army again in the military service has a lot to do with that so at look, at it I kind of like to. Look at it as startup factory so a lot of twenty one years old graduating from. The army and are already trained and the most, innovative units of the. Army ready to join a startup and with a lot, of actual experience as well as sense basic sense that life isn't grunted and you. Never know what's going to happen in Tel Aviv and a year from now which makes. People People tend, to take more risks to be very passionate to very aggressive and not to be afraid of February Dow willing to to play at all I think. This is what creates, this statement and innovation and creation Noam hold that thought we'll be back to learn more about your dinner party, startup heat with after this short break This is, Lee Habib with our American stories and I wanna tell you a story about my. Experience and my bride valley's experience with my pillow dot com we gave them a shot because well we..

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"twenty one years" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"The salty tears of defeat it in every dish texan parbat you apparently isn't good enough so we need san francisco to tell us how it's done the bay area's really barbecue mecca that's a good one all right what else or anything i want to tell you the tale of sue and bill gross so in bill gross yes california stop touching my leg chris and those accident married married for twenty one years unfortunately it ended in divorce and not just divorce but maybe the worst of all time really one of the things that they were they were fighting over was possession of the twenty million dollar merrill home in laguna beach well okay i can understand that if it's a twenty million dollar home beautiful they split it no i really was not a situation where they could get alone in split it at one point bill had a security guard posted outside of it so that sue could not into the grounds at all finally suit was able to win possession of the mansion when she walked in the place was destroyed she found empty spray little house at found empty spray bottles of puke smell and fought smell in the garden house plant smell foul and had to replace the competent was saying was what damage throughout the house one of art installation piece had dismantled and removed the remote controls for the television drapes and other technology we're all missing then she looked in the draws and founder pull bowls of human hair and then found dead fish and stuffed in all the evidence so he was he was not there bottles of puke smell my friend john's zimmer is a huge fan of the puke in fort smell sprays they come in like a little one ounce just like sprints and let me tell you the vomit smell is i mean you smell it naasi it's gusting i don't know how they can smell jill's car somebody threw it right outside of my car it was at so i know somebody could have done you what are you laying next i know a neighbor person might have done it was it's right next to the driver's side door literally step over it to get into my skit outta here we'll have old guy when we return on tony kornheiser you're listening to the tony kornheiser show.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on WEEI

"Twenty two million dollars that's for sure i don't think he wants to play anymore this year next year or any other year i dance on the truck phone couple of points you ever is twenty one years old he is gonna be a perennial superstar the next moron who says trade 'em get kicked in the teeth wow that's real aggressive that's okay all right as far as great he goes every hour brady's not on the field in july and you know where he's going to be on the field on december the guys north of forty doing things nobody's ever done before let them do it on his own he's fine you bring up an interesting point that it's all fake news everything i tell you this happens that everybody thinks he's just saving himself he's i'm fifty five believe me i work i work hard sometimes i got a pet i can't even imagine what happens to him yes and he couldn't play cornhole with his teammates last monday because he didn't do that he's not very good at it he's going to be good in december now because he skipped run the bases day at fenway i just maybe you're right maybe he's thinking about you know there's only so much gas left in the tank i'm gonna save some for later in the i don't think that's it by the way no but i think he's just decided i got these other things i got i gotta go do oprah i gotta go to monaco i'm okay with the you know save some for the season type of mentality but i don't know if even applies to ot as i think it'd be more preseason games which he always wants to play he shouldn't play in any of those now he and gronk she just aren't will see the first week of september that's what it should be but that's not what it what it is he he oh he has a plan and how he prepares for the season and normally it includes being in all these things with his team to now but that's the difference it's that that seems to be the disparity of other years to this year and i'm hoping it doesn't show up the residual effects going to get to the september that first game against houston into shawn watson tony's and bridgewater and you guys what's going on bottled for that just for you know i'm not gonna call up as poss wait for that but i gotta tell you something he is i mean i didn't know what he's using this guy needs to be poached up he's sweet he's swinging balls go place discipline he's cold over the every time elites and ever so someone to come on the radio say he's gonna be an all thanks on what is underway that was forty pat tap this gone backwards with a young twenty average store pays for last year request so much on the defense side this all has to do with what we always see was over the last couple of years that you know it's too much but to me he's he's a fox this year disappoint i won't come about twenty twenty one i mean tony like guys even but there are guys that that show what did you say you regressed but don't guys show up have success and then have a sophomore slump a number of players have had that in the past and then they bounce back later on defensively i'm not so sure about that this guy i'm not i'm not gonna say it's possible way i'm sitting this he's just skis doc salaries doesn't he jay fourteen errors look he's not good defensively i'll agree with that but if you look at his numbers where they are right now it projects out for the season thirty three doubles twenty four home runs seventy eight runs batted in i'll take that yeah he's over my twenty one year old third base yeah i'll take he's also projected probably about thirty two errors the way he's going to right now look at pensively not good i completely agree with that part and that is something that's fixable in my opinion and it's also something compla off time maybe there's defensive replacement maybe late in games or whatever and maybe who knows maybe down the road in his career we find out that he is a d h maybe maybe he's just a hitter he focuses on that or you're moving to first base down the road or whatever else if it doesn't get better but again he's so young now that i would not trade him six one seven seven seven nine seven ninetythree seven is telephone number it's kief.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on WTVN

"Amphitheater so technically it was twenty one years ago yesterday and i wanna know if you were there what were your thoughts it wasn't on father's day here what had happened was the is fast tour had played in the meadowlands in new jersey they played there on sunday on father's day had a day off and then the next actual show was at the polaris amphitheater and it was one of those hot days of like it is today i don't know if it was quite as oppressive as it was back then but of course a full day of music all kinds of bands performing it was we'll ozzy and black sabbath headlined it pancaro was on the bill marilyn manson type o negative fear factory machine had power five thousand coal chamber and more so everybody's there for a long day i i didn't get out there until late afternoon early evening because i was was on the air two different station at the time but anyway so it was rumored that ozzy had begun to have throat problems and was losing his voice at the sunday show in east rutherford new jersey so i remember my friends and i we got there and we were going to sit in the station box if you remember those at polaris they kind of ringed a little bit of that that lower concourse area and you had a table i think it was four chairs sitting there so as we come into our box this lady tells us you know what she's like ozzy's not even gonna play tonight and i'm like what are you talking about and she goes this is what she told me she said yeah he was so wasted that they threw him back on the private jet and just flew him to the next gig and none of us had heard boo about anything going on that night up until that point so at the time we just thought she was kinda kind of full of it so anyway the the night continues and i believe marilyn manson was the last band to play before ozzie and the gang were supposed to come out is he was gonna do a set with his solo band first and then the top it off with a set by black sabbath and then hopefully everybody goes home tired and exhausted we'll get into more of it and plus our special guests somebody that was working security that night it'll blow your mind who that person was and some of their recollections as well right now traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens from tempstar heating and cooling products excuse me johnny and an injury accident to seventy west of growth for right yes and they have just closed to seventy westbound between the alum creek exit and highstreet that just happened dave it looks like they're blocking everything off they were asking for several medics a semis reportedly involved as well as other vehicles but it looks like they're closing to seventy westbound near the locker born overpass now there is no exit between alum creek in high a lot of folks are making the illegal turn in the in the immediate they're just off of the williams road bridge that's right we're the police normally sit and that's one of the emergency turnarounds there but they're making it illegal to get get away from this to seventy west completely blocked off we'll have an update for you coming up in about ten minutes downtown freeway starting to improve a bit seventy one north sell heavy but moving better i've been the clinton bill to seventy eastbound stolen accident scene at sawmill off to.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

Sit and Spin Radio Network

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network

"It's very long heartfelt and all about being at the fbi for twenty one years and blah blah blah i the thing is i don't care i think the guy was a criminal crook and i'm glad he's gone of course we've got bill maher saying it's just as you very sad just take a listen to this you're mccabe fbi director was fired really so sunday he was going to officially step down and retire he would have collected his pension fiftieth birthday he had already obviously stepped down birthday it's about doing i didn't hear about that we know how fired him was a by tweet did you whisper into somebody's year because he has absolutely no ball fired anybody to their face say jeff sessions did it but you know how that happens right email trump call sessions essence calls and that's how good didn't recuse supposedly not well set session this time it's going to be i mean that doesn't really affect anything but it's just mean for andrew mccabe was a guy who dedicated this light li she'll security everyone trying to find bad we are in through this here's republican of course there were public goes bob moment doesn't it was komi i know but somehow the patriots of the ones that people always talk about law and order and make that the thing they're going to defend or the ones who are undermining it most rain it's happening those countries upset all right so there you go bill maher it's it's just very mean that mccabe would be fired.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"I love your so i listen to every day when i'm out work cbs i would have you get a so that's my favorite rack listen to you well i'm a bear soon and wisconsin that's hard off uh you have no idea f with with you for twenty one years sitting there off but the news i love the berries only tabloid little and i think they're getting better their defense is you you can if they graphic ub be or to our i'll wide receiver i mean in the upcoming directly to i think they could have of really both walk us with their running game i'm a really appreciate the call eric in it's very very nice of you to say that you like the show we appreciate that and we take it seriously and my and i've says on the last few weeks on i've a lot of family in wisconsin my cousin stephanie is hanging out new york for the month so she's living with with laurie and the kids and i and shown in new york city and she's a huge baggers fan so that sorta like love paid thing is a part of our life i loved you agree with you i would love to praise a whole bunch this bears team and by the way i like that bears are xi in yards per game in terms of yards per game allow their defense is fine now they they are near the bob of the pack eighteen outta 30 to i guess middle of the pack in points allow per game it's hard to take a lot of positively away from metre bisky and trust me i have tried the nicest thing i can say about the bears two is wanted to your point that nfl teams can turn things around very quickly they really can't you can have you can flip that switch and even cuba easily look at the rams can go from a disaster to pretty excellent overnight i think as with what happened in los angeles a new head coach and new approach a new system would help in chicago also say that at least we don't have to wear about jay colouring more like and i'm serious i'm not joking i think the guy is a cancer and at least we are building to a better future but unfortunately i don't share your optimism eric i.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Should try something different i should have listened to her as my fault i'll take how long does allow he has been married twenty one years on thursday oh no happy anniversary will so what that what when you shut down that first night and you look down at the seventy one thousand dollars a shuji mountain in front of you have any on and we gotta do budget and we gotta do this and we got do that but we're we're all van right so what ended up being easier than you thought it was going to pay everything and his lee everything i don't wanna see it's easy it there is not is a walk in a park but it was nice to feel that sense of control and that if anything was going to go wrong it was going to be okay he now brad day they're in month after we paid off our debt that the fridge just died and leave allcup in everything was lukewarm and we just got mccaren took are much cash with us lenten body fridge fair before we would have pedantic credit card debt whether that was the first thing they asked us they says you know we do have zeropercent finance isis while we have cash yeah you are set again are more punch you i love it congratulations you guys very fun what are you tell people the key to getting outta debt is i think it's the budget i'm especially when you're doing at the beginning of the month in um you you finally get to that spot where you have a lot of money date at the end of the month you're gonna put on your debt it gives you that goal to stay on the budget every month no if things come up sometimes it's a little frustrating you have to adjust the budget on something comes up at work or with the kids and you have to you but you got that little bit affleck's in there that you can readjusted a little bit michael i'll less under the debt but you know that at the end of the month we're gonna be able to knock this much out of the debt so there's very very on awarding yeah that this plan has to balance were not in congress exactly but we got up land yeah right very cool very cool show art we're going.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When i was twenty one years old house on the island of st thomas in the region that i was on the island of st thomas is because when i studied what is the closest place where people speak english at came up in a cost no more than twenty five dollars for me to give there and i got there and when i got their everybody looked like me i got a college degree unlike then i'm going to have a joan i finally got their first real job diverse real job than ever wanted to have they will get me on the path to what i wanted to do here i am i am an elementary school teacher in the virgin islands good added i just become schoolteacher that was my first week slightly emeap reated me and my five white friends everybody was a schoolteacher males testosterone suman all over the place i mean you know none of us were punks and so we'll walking down his alley and somebody said oh look pay left the door open to the big time restaurant and they said on the back door is open so somebody cement you know somebody could go in there and just feel owner food and somebody sort all noted couldn't do that because like the screen door there and i say actually aca flipped electoral door really and we go in and take anything we want it we took all hamburg amee we took all the cheese and we took on stakes in ain we were really even thinking about what we were doing we just didn't take anything else we the stakes and we took the hamburger we knew we could eat steaks and hamburgers you know shares dixon hamburgers what all our friends on the beach you know i mean if we win hawaii we would called it a lua actually it i shouldn't admit this but at the time it seemed like a good idea all of a sudden outta nowhere the police jumped out and shouted put up your hands put your hands being from holum i immediately tried to touch the sky pick took a to a police station and i was immediately separated from my friends dimension of fact dictum of french were white and i'm not.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

Don't Blame Me!

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on Don't Blame Me!

"Chocolate are and maybe you're actually grated he's loving it then you get that about asian okay onto the next call meghan or hey i'm twenty one years old and i have never before and it's something that i am okay rent higher put aside when our yang that i wanted to wait till i was in on or married or just with the person that i i wanna be rent that's just but i regularly naskret weirdness nurse outlawed i've never talked anybody about it and i'm josh i dunno i i just i guess my question is burnt i've never had the confidence to ask how does that hearing of pushing so how does that differ from the real thing out events kitty you'd orgasm throwing her so my fingers off how does that differ from like i didn't comparing it like i just want to every time i do i'm just i mean really curious as to what is the real thing billing records since this is fine instead of just one you know and that's because i know that i've not anywhere near meeting the first i wanna be reversed i just i'm i'm just not that place and so i just i just wanna know and this is very weird because never ever said that allows um i think in organisms nor gazza it's not like the real thing when you have sex and then like not the real thing then your estimating um.

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"twenty one years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"twenty one years" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Previously had to be twenty one years old right now it is 648 on wbt and don't have to tell you that later today james comey testifies in front of the senate intelligence committee yesterday top intelligence officials testified before the the same committee here's abc's pierre thomas standoff went on for two and a half hours senators from both sides pressing the nation's top intelligence officials about whether president trump as limb to intervene in the investigation into michael flynn of the russia investigations in any way let me ask you specifically to the president the reply mark center out there past few in any way shape or form to back off or downplay the russian must not going to discuss the specifics of conversations with the president ahtisaari's are you prepared to say that you never felt that they've been asked for the president or the white house to influence an ongoing investigation by not prepared to s to answer your question today an issue critical conversations with the president after president trump allegedly asked the fbi director james colmey above the investigation into michael flynn saying i hope you can let this go to the president then turned to the director of national intelligence dan coats to sway him as well as the washington post reported i have never been pressured i've never felt pressure uh to to intervene or interfere in any way shape with shaping intelligence and a political way or uh in relation shaw wing of this guy lives lawmakers been pressing further we now asking not whether they felt pressured is simply did the president asked him to intervene we have pressured ports of not once but twice at the present states asked judy either downplay the russian investigation four to directly intervene would director comey can you set the record straight about what happened drifting confidential conversations between the president and myself idle fleet is appropriate for me to address out in a public session and other conversations not about flynn this time about possible collusion with the russians did the president tried to get coats in nsa director mike rogers to publicly denied there was any evidence of trump campaign officials cooling with russians i had never been directed to do anything i believed to be illegal immoral unethical.

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