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Fresh update on "twenty one years" discussed on Catch my Killer
"Followed up about ten days after that they talked to the detective. Who investigated the case. You would have told them what happened. But nobody ever followed up on the case in that way until this point until i wrote this book nobody ever knew what happened to jimmy. Maximum and of the reason. I think that that there is. I know that that's the case is red. Was any died nineteen eighty-one she had been almost totally forgotten her movie especially with hawaii on tv all the time so people would see that but when she showed up in the newspaper article she was jennifer raider in there and this is the days long before the internet. She couldn't like google and find out. Who is this woman who who just got murdered here. So in the story was in the newspaper. All centered on the fact. That tip was a well-known la divorce attorney. That didn't mention in their one. Bed about jenny really what that. She was jenny maxwell and twenty years before that she was a ha's young actress in america. The whole thing was just the tip this well-known attorney had been shot. So i think that maybe s who reporter had put together and figured out exactly who this woman was than they might have paid more attention to it after that but as far as the public knew as far as anyone knew. That's what happened. It was a botched robbery. And that's it that they were never able to solve. But that's not at all what happened. Everything that i've read. That's really leave it at and you're right. I mean. I looked through probably about twenty articles. And i did not the one single that had a follow up. It just said her tip were in a botched robbery. They were both killed. it was never solved. That was it nothing. I never saw thing until i saw something about your book. Were you had said it was solved so after all this half. And how did the family react. I was twenty years old. I was. I was not quite twenty one years old when this happened. It was just getting ready to my senior year of university of michigan and this was gone long before the internet. So you couldn't go on and find out the anything about anything at that point so my mom got a call. Two days after the murder was on june twelfth. This wasn't a big enough story that it would have been national news at all so on june fall. My mom got a call from one of her cousins in norway or woman named banke would gotten a call from uncle harold in he was also living in new york along with uncle. Johnny and she'd gotten a call from oracle herald. That said that we don't know any details. But jenny was murdered in beverly hills. We don't know at all what happened. I'll we always. She killed that. Her husband got killed too. But we don't know what it was. We don't know what the deal is. So thank you. G- was kinda like the town crier and our family. She's the one who kept everyone. Informed on everything bake call my mom united states and told her and said oh my god jimmy is but has just been killed. She was she was murdered. Most handles but we don't know any details about what happened and i remember the so wellman. Mom called the cops. She was just in tears and she just said jenny got killed. We don't know what it is. You don't know what all the details about. All we know is she got killed and she was just distraught. So i was a stupid sports reporter on michigan daily student newspaper at the time so i was like the closest thing that anyone in the family had to a journalist at this point even all sports writer on a college newspaper why said well let me see what i can find out so i figured that. Probably the los angeles newspaper had done a story on. So i went to the michigan daily student newspaper and i called out to the los angeles times and i asked to speak to somebody library there and i said you know i told them i was and i m just for this information. I'm saying moore. I didn't know her husband's last name. The rover my cousin's name was jennifer maxwell. Jd next ball and her husband was a was a lawyer in los angeles is earning about. That could happen. You could tell me the story about and swimming is really nice. And she said that doesn't ring a bell but let me see what i can find out. She looked through the the last day. Or so we've papers and she called me back after that and she said yeah. I found the article and she read the article to me over the phone. It's the one that you can still find out there today. And that's the only information that we had sort of the article that said that it was probably a botched robbery. You know told us who her husband was and how famous he was. So i will on all the information wrote down as much as i could take down with. This woman in los angeles was telling me. And then i called my mom back. We'll call my brother. And my sister. And i told them what had happened. And just like all agenda fans and just like you and everybody else up until i've connected with the cops and solve the murder. That's all we ever knew what was in that newspaper article. That's anybody.
Fresh update on "twenty one years" discussed on The Friday Packet with Stocky and Stout Podcast
"Million nine hundred and ninety five thousand three hundred forty dollars what i'd expect or if you will with the additions four hundred sixty four million six fifty nine three forty nine. That is your proposed budget. Okay that will be considered and approved on the twenty eighth day of june twenty twenty one year of our lord unanimously. be unanimous. No i don't think it will either. I don't think so so additions to this budget. We're in the city attorney's office ran prosecutors in this proposed budget. Excuse me we're shoving more people into a bank vaults to do work in a windowless room obviously is obviously an attractive job proposition. Who wouldn't want to go and work in a bank vault the day. Terrible sure is two hundred and fifty thousand extra to police. Sixty thousand edition gas tax. Forget what that one exactly. Was you remember anything about that now. I can't remember that one city council planning deletions. They found a six thousand dollar error. So that was nice. Streetlight maintenance district didn't find that. It was andy. Imagine how frustrated. Frank was that he didn't. So what else did we miss. What's been going on around town. They've been there discussed the public safety mill. Levy options lamar. Oh that's right that's passed first reading me out. That was one of the bigger ones. That was a big one and Guess who opposed that. Franklin's fault yes that's absolutely right. So jennifer owens entire campaign will be. Frankie won't voted against public safety right which he knows that a pickup letter will they will and just overtime right. Frank work some overtime buddy as what he's doing he's doing the heavy lifting which is patrolling a highway interchange picking up plastic bottles and put them in plastic bags and laying back down back down. Thank you to boss. Valuable service there. Buddy he's the man. Yeah so that's pass first reading. Yes app a lot of people. Didn't think running in particular. Didn't think it was big enough. Yeah well that was the problem. That's why it won't pass because the last one wasn't big enough the one that got him back to two zero zero. Yeah out of the whole back to zero that they pass last year during a pandemic which is commendable. Yeah absolutely great but all the everybody in billings is like all right. Yeah all vote for public safety. Okay we'll give this a shot right one year later. They're like wait. What can we do it again. And everybody's just going to be like fuck off. I just wrote it for this new again. Yeah this is the same thing nobody understands. There was just like the stopgap so because all the posters like well yes for public safety right analysts. Re- recycle them just chambers on board for whatever he's now around board now because they potentially no. It's going to fail. No i don't think so. I think they're onboard because public safety is well..
Approx 75% of Ontario Home Sales NOT Being Inspected
"Many as seventy five percent of properties in the ontario area might be might be in the process of being bought and sold without home inspections. This is based on an article in the in the cbc recently And this was a poll from land. Inkster the secretary of young terrier association of certified home inspectors. Who believes that on conversation. He's having with inspectors throughout the province less than twenty five percent of all homes. Sales are being inspected so that means seventy five percent. Properties could possibly be being sold without inspections done. Obviously these are not scientifically one hundred percent accurate numbers. But if it's anywhere close to that the you know the article says and this is the one of the quotes in the in. The article says that this is a this is a situation where antero buyers could be in in in big trouble by not doing their due diligence. So this podcast is about making sure that you guys understand not just that you know the fact that you should be doing this but why you should be doing it and the reason why you should be doing it is because you want to know as much or more any property than anyone else does including the owners of that property and the listing agent and. That's something i've done for twenty one years now in always do this. I always want to do as much homework as much background research and do as much Find out as many stories. As i can about the area about other issues in the area developments everything that has to do with the enjoyment of that property and although i might not live in every single neighborhood that my clients want to live in. I always put myself in position that if i was going to live in that property what would i do to make myself feel safe and confident about it and this is really what i wanna pass on to. You guys the importance of doing that homework and doing everything that you need to do. So as a buyer you need to understand that you are not in a position where even if you are bidding on a property which you might not wanna do even if you're bidding on a property you have the option to do a pre home inspection before putting in your
Winker's 3 Homers Lift Reds Over Cards 8-7 for 4-Game Sweep
"Jesse winters third Homer of the game gave the Reds in eight seven win over the cardinals and Cincinnati's first four game sweep of St Louis in twenty one years I just try to hit the ball hard it got up and got out you know and then when I saw it clear the fence I was so so excited weaker had six RBIs hitting a two run Homer in the first of three run shot in the second and the go ahead drive against Alex Ramos he's tied for the NL leading round trippers with seventeen following his second three Homer game of the season a U. any us were as editor two run double while the red still to seven nothing lead but Tyler o'neill had a two run Homer in the seven run sixth for the cardinals who have lost five straight for the first time since August twenty eighteen I'm the ferry
Paul Richmond on GayBarchives
"So paul your introduction. To the gay bar scene was in columbus ohio for young man exploring his sexuality that must have been quite a memorable experience. What bar was it. And what was it like for you. Young man well. I grew up in a small town in central ohio. I did not even really know what the word gay meant. When i was growing up. I went to a catholic school. So my first introduction to the whole concept of homosexuality was in religion class and you can imagine the spin that they put on it not not a positive one so i grew up with a lot of shame like a lot of other gay people And it took me until. I was twenty one years old before i came out and i had just graduated from college and was really eager to find my community and that was before you know there were there. There were a whole lot of ways to connect online. the internet. i mean was there but it really wasn't. It wasn't what it is today so the way that you met people in the queer community was to to go out at night and i had a friend that took me to my first gay bar. Which was this kind of dive bar in. Downtown columbus called the the eagle think probably every every town has a eagle. So i've heard so many different people say they they went to the eagle and it was always in a different city. But we had our eagle and i just remember how cool it was to go in there Be around other people like myself to have the kind of music that i liked playing. That was a i. I'd always felt so strange when i was growing up. You know. I love listening to all all my favorite divas and nobody else that i knew had any of those same interests so i felt so weird in alone then suddenly i go into this bar. The little dive bar in downtown columbus and i found my people and i loved it.
Birth Care for Every Body
"The reality. According to the cdc about seven hundred women die each year in the united states from complications related to their pregnancy. And the thing is is that you know this country says it is the most modern advanced industrialized and so it's seven hundred women. Every year is too many and black and indigenous. People are two to three times more likely to die from pregnancy related issues than their white counterparts. The relationship with the medical field and doctors and whether or not we as people of color can have a say over how we are treated probably is one of the factors here earlier this month representative corey. Bush testified before the house oversight committee about her own experiences during childbirth. Let's take a listen around five months. I went to see my doctor for a routine prenatal visit. As i was sitting in the doctor's office. I noticed a picture on the wall. They said if you feel like something is wrong. Something is wrong. Tell your doctor. I felt like something was wrong. So so that's what i did. I told my doctor. I told her that. I was having severe pains. And she said oh. No you're fine. you're fine. Go home. And i'll see you next time. So that's what i did. I went home one week later. I went into preterm labor. Twenty three weeks. My son was born one pound three ounces. his ears were still in his head. His eyes were still fused shut. His fingers were smaller than rice. And his skin was translucent. A black baby translucence. Can you could see his lungs. He could fit within the palm of my hand. We were told he had zero percent chance of life. The chief of neonatal surgery happened to be in the hospital that morning and saw my case on the surgical board and she decided to try to resuscitate him. It worked for the first month of his life as i was on a ventilator fighting to live for four months he was in the neo. Natal care unit. The doctor who deliver my son apologized. She said you were right. And i didn't listen to you. Give me another chance to us later. I was pregnant again. So i went back to her sixteen weeks. I went for an ultrasound at the clinic and saw different doctor. Who was working that day. I found out again. I was in preterm labor. The doctor told me that the baby was going to abort i said. No you have to do something. But he was adamant he said. Just go home. let it aboard. You can get pregnant again. Because that's what you people do. Mr kelly was with me. We didn't know what to do after the doctor left. So we saw a chair sitting sitting in the hallway. My sister picked up the chair. She threw it down the hallway. Nurses came running from everywhere to see what was wrong. A nurse called my doctor and she put me on a stretcher. The next morning by doctor came in and places arklow on my uterus and i was able to carry my baby my daughter my angel who is now twenty years old. My son who was saved is now twenty one years old. This is what desperation looks like that chair flying down the hallway. This is what being your own advocate. Looks
Revisiting Columbine High School
"Welcome back to confronting columbine. I'm nancy glass. Here with amy amy. You stayed close with your high school principal. A man who was there that day. Frank deangelis right right. I did mr. D. is what we call him. He is the guy you see on tv kind wise patient and accessible. We're all forty now and we still call him with our problems. I have him literally and my cellphone and he takes my calls. Whenever whenever i call he really was the guy you all turn to. When this happened wasn't he. He was two thousand kids. We had no idea how to act respond or even grieve and he showed us the way. Well let's go back to columbine high. You're gonna meet the principal today and teacher tom. Tonelli i am with my former principal. Mr frank deangelis. I know i'm gonna cry already crying. It's been a long twenty one years you know. I can't speak for the whole class in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine but that first year was rough. I mean columbine was my home and i had so many amazing memories there. The few would've told any of us. The columbine could happen at columi- we would sit note. This school is unreal. I it's been twenty years there. And i remember when my secretary ran in and said there's reported gunfire first thing. This has to be a senior prank. Were literally a month in two days. You guys graduate. All of a sudden we run out of my office in my worst nightmare became a rally. Everything seemed to slow down. So i thought i walked very calmly but mr lab and my secretary said. I just sprinted down the hallway towards the gunman police said. Why did you do that. nice it. there's one reason there were about twenty five girls that were coming out the locker room. Go to class. They had no idea they were laughing joke and they would have been dead
Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers
"In two thousand fourteen twenty one year old chris kramer's and twenty two year old niece and froun leave in amersfoort netherlands. Shortly after graduating from university. The friends became roommates and co workers. They work together at a nearby cafe as they saved money to go in their dream trip a six week adventure in panama tall and athletic leeson was an experienced mountaineer an amateur photographer. She was interested in exploring panama's lush jungles and beautiful landscapes. More outgoing than li san. Chris apparently wanted to immerse herself in the local culture by meeting new and interesting people half a world away in addition to relaxing and exploring. Both young women planned to do some good during their trip. They arranged a volunteer with children at a local school during their stay on march fifteenth. Two thousand fourteen lee san and chris had bought their tickets booked their hostels and set off or boca. Del toro panama getting to their destination wasn't easy between flights and layovers their journey from amsterdam to costa rica took almost twenty hours from costa rica. They took a taxi and navigated the local bus system to get to the panamanian border. Finally they hopped aboard a ferry and sailed into boca. Del toro on march seventeenth. Though their journey was a hassle. The first two weeks of their trip felt like heaven. Boca's del toro's sat on a small island off panama's east coast surrounded by the crystal blue caribbean sea. It was paradise complete with sun sand and good company. Both lee san and. Chris kept diaries during their trip. Which is how we know about how they spent much of their time. Rather than following strict schedules the two women lingered at meals with fellow tourists and enjoyed the flow of panamanian life. Lee san wrote that they mostly spent their days learning spanish. Though it was difficult lease and felt thrilled every time she recognized a word in conversation.
US Men Await Their Fate as Murder Trial Nears End in Rome
"The pandemic was just bearing down on it today when the trial began of two young American men charged with the murder of an Italian police officer near the hotel while they're on vacation in two thousand and nineteen after more than fourteen months of defense lawyers will wrap up their arguments the two defendants former schoolmates from California can expect to learn the fates later in the week Finnigan the L. there now twenty one years old and Gabriel not tied to Georgia now twenty years old insist that they acted in self defense they say they thought they were being attacked by a pack of thugs or my fuel C. when cabin yet at vice brigadier Mahdi associate Oregon and fellow officer Andrea buddy I'll let approach them wearing plain clothes in the early hours of July the twenty six in two thousand and nineteen I'm in Syria Shockley
Pollock 8 RBIs, Beaty 7 RBIs, Each Slam as Dodgers Bop Brews
"AJ Pollock and Matt Beaty both had monster games is the Dodgers crush the brewer sixteen four Pollock hit two home runs including a grand slam driving in eight runs while BT also had a slam and drove in seven this was the first time in twenty one years that a pair of doctors it slams in the same game with Adrian Beltre in Shawn green doing it back in two thousand BDM Pollock combined for seven of Ellie's eighteen it's making a winner of Julio your reus Alec Bettinger suffered the loss allowing eleven runs over four innings I'm David Shuster
Raising Boys To Be Feminists
"Asked sonora. Saw what it means to have a feminist son. It means having a boy who believes the full humanity of women and girls around him who knows how to trust his mother's voice her anger her love and then extend that to other women around him and also feminism for boys in particular is about you know things like feeling their whole spectrum of human emotion feeling sad being able to cry being able to have that feminine side and then also as they grow to recognize that they can be led by women that they believe women's stories. Do you believe that you are at the center of everything are that you can sometimes follow and pass the mic or let them lead the way or get out of their reece's intrinsic and all of this right. It just has to be part of our conversations about parenting in your experience in particular raising a brown boy in america but this is not just for families of color. utah just explicitly. Teach your white boy about our world that privileges whiteness in the same way. Boys of color are taught about staying safe in that world. Yes the privileges of a white boy. If you don't do that now look at what is happening in society. Look at the insurrection on january. Six and look at the atlanta shootings and the violence against asian women's bodies by the twenty one year old. Which i think is just out of bollywood which is not to say. Oh he's just a little boy but it's just say that if we don't teach our boys that every human being matter and everyone is precious and we don't teach him how to express his anguish how to see that you just one person and you might also need to struggle for what you have and so when once you start to descend to yourself you actually going to feel like you earned something
Blaber Wins 2021 LCS Spring Split MVP Award
"League of Legends Pro play Cloud. 9. * jungle fiber has been named the MVP of the 2021 spring split announced right today at twenty one years old. He leads all junglers in the LCS and kills assists first Bloods average credit score and damage per minute to that site oracle's Elixir p b. Team liquids Alpha restart top laner for that Squad. He came out was one of the most dominating split debuts for European import. This will be blabber's second MVP of his career. The first was the L system split MVP of last year. Look towards this C9 roster and specially keep your eye on blabber heading into MSI, but first things first, they had to beat either Team Liquid or TSM in the LCS spring split finals this coming Sunday
Interview With Arthur Breitman Of Tezos Foundation
"I welcome back to reimagine in january. Twenty twenty one years until we made it through two thousand twenty guys good works everyone's and so in keeping witness teams of this year. I've crusty old and bring you the best most intelligent most important most influential voices in the space today. I suddenly live up to that. Promise being joined by author. Brightman co fan of tesla's in one of the romanovs crypto founders and things in the space of the best performers exempt. Today's hey thanks for having absolute pleasure all right. I like to kick things off at the start of a year. A theoretically depending on how you count a decade in some people's minds is a good time to be speculative but also a little bit introspective apps. So honest conversation by asking. You all know you know what e general what's keeping you nuts caffeine mostly and beyond the chemical chemical duchesne's now i pretty well but I would say. I worry about could be crisis On the one hand we have a vaccine which was built in just a couple of days with no live simple as virus just data on the internet and nasa triumph of science medicine. And once you would have expected. In a sane world is challenged and media distribution and themselves that there's been an approval process going on since every and even then even after old awaits the distribution is completely screwed up and i think it's kind of like peelings. Avail on our halloween. Effective garments can Doing anything
Kanye West Documentary Lands at Netflix
"Kanye west has sold the rights to his life documentary to netflix for thirty million dollars aiming he's had a team follow him around for twenty one years from record things that they've Kept in a vault that they've never released and so he sold all that footage torn this year's of content so this is like through the wire. Hey his president rob postcard ashi in konya to swift shit. He listened stuff rig roll stuff.
Julie Lythcott-Haims on Her Book 'How To Be an Adult'
"Julius cut hames is joining us today. She's a new york times bestselling author of how to raise an adult which led to her. Ted talk now. Viewed more than five million times or second book is an award-winning prose. Poetry memoir real american. It illustrates her experience as a black biracial person in white spaces but her latest book out. Just this week is called your turn how to be an adult. She was also in a previous life. A corporate lawyer and at stanford the dna freshman. Hey julie welcome thank you so much. It's great to be with you. We are thrilled to have you with us so actually. Let's talk for a minute about your new book. What a great topic tell us about. This book is a response to the pleas. Coming out of the millennial generation. I don't know how to adult. I don't want to adult. I'm scared to adult. I have been rooting. For this batch. Of young folks to make their way confidently down the path of their choosing for a long long time. And this book is me. Trying to simulate what it's like to be in a safe cozy conversational space with a trusted person who's just older a little bit farther down the path of life than you so it's a compassionate to generation of young folks who. I'm who. i'm totally rooting. For and who. You've worked very closely with you know in stanford and you know this population well and you're also a mom. Rachel i am. I have a twenty one year old son and a nineteen year old daughter. Very much in the throes of to hashtag adult. I'm just so. We say the title. Because i love the title is your turn how to be an adult. That's right. I mean it's it's crafted. I suppose by the publishing folks as a sequel. The first book was how to raise an adult on the harm of helicopter. Parenting on the impact on children of an overall parenting style. This isn't some ways at back to that if you will. It's four young people. You're turn how to be an adult.
Why did Brazil's defence chiefs quit?
"Joined today by samantha pearson and fernando augusta per sheku cement to pearson is the brazil correspondent for the wall street journal. She joins us from sao paulo and fernando augusta. Yoshiko is from ceo palo. He's monocle senior correspondent and he is right here in the studio in london. A i will start with you samantha. And the story. That is the reason. We're doing this episode. It's the resignation of these three service chiefs. Obviously a choreographed move on their part. But how seismic has that been. It's been a pretty big may chair in brazil. Last time the heads of the armed forces left on the same day was nineteen ninety-five And that was the end. Up brazil's twenty one year dictatorship. So really it's not normal for this to happen in brazil and it's it's had a huge impact and just to follow that up samantha. Anyone know yet entirely what the motivations are actually at some level. Trying to bolsonaro out i think site mean a defense ministry said very little when they announced the change but sources close. The government told as essentially resigned in protest. Why do they do this. Because basically the past couple of years while sonata the president bus not has been trying to politicize military force Bat kim on political issues now. This is a lot of tension among the hiring sip. the military. They believe that they answer only to the constitution that they're above plots politics fair while they're going to be tarnished. The entire arms is brazil is going to be tarnished by both sinatra's administration and particularly his handling of the pandemic which is being pretty catastrophic care in brazil
Trust in tech cratered all over the world last year
"Edelman's surveyed more than thirty three thousand people in twenty eight countries to gauge consumer trust. They've been doing this for twenty one years and institutions like media government business and the tech sector trust in the tech sector fell by seven percent worldwide. A third straight year of decline trust and tech was going up and up and up until three years ago worldwide and then started to fall trust in tech. Hit a twenty one year. Low in seventeen countries including china. The us and australia and the biggest decline happened in the united states tech was the most trusted sector studied in the us last year even with declines it was still up top and it fell between last year and this year to ninth tech was still the most trusted sector. Despite the declines in seven countries it declined but it stayed on top. And that's down from being the most trusted sector in twenty countries back in two thousand sixteen only. Saudi arabia showed an increase interest in the tech industry. This year trust in tech is the lowest in russia. The uk japan the us and france. And it's the highest in indonesia foreign away above in indonesia pretty good and india saudi arabia. The uae. Kenya mexico and thailand.
Colorado shooting suspect makes his 1st court appearance
"The suspect in the boulder Colorado supermarket shootings appeared at an advisement hearing where his public defender asked for a mental health assessment Amado Lisa had his first court appearance in boulder Colorado he's charged in the shooting deaths of ten people at a king soopers supermarket Colorado District Court judge Thomas Mulvihill presided you'll be held without bail until such time supporters able to birth to determine whether or not the proof is evident in the presumption is great if you can edit these crimes Katherine Herald is the public defender representing a Lisa James that's how we are able to fully assess you for always as mental illness the twenty one year old appeared alert and responsive in court wearing a mask and purple jail coveralls DA Michael Dougherty agreed to a delayed status conference sometime in the next three months I will say the crime scene has not yet been completed processing will be filing additional charges a law enforcement official told the AP that Lisa's family told investigators they believed he was suffering from some kind of mental illness including delusions I'm Jennifer king
Colorado shooting suspect to make 1st court appearance
"The man suspected of carrying out a shooting rampage at a Colorado supermarket has his first court appearance this morning twenty one year old Ahmad Allawi Alyssa has been jailed for investigation of murder since he was arrested inside the king soopers supermarket in boulder on Monday his first court appearance will be before district judge Thomas Francis Moore the hill in a closed courtroom he's accused of gunning down ten people including police officer Eric Talley three supermarket workers and six others let's just hear the pending charges he faces and will not be asked for a please until later in the process unless it was last seen by the public handcuffed and bloody wearing only a pair of shorts being let out of the supermarket by police he was treated at a hospital for a leg wound a rifle and handgun and a green tactical vests were recovered from inside the grocery store according to an arrest affidavit I'm Jennifer king
Biden, advocates renew calls for gun reform after Colorado shooting
"Good evening. Thank you for joining us tonight. The horror and folding a supermarket in boulder colorado a gun and kill ten people including one police officer now the community remembering the victims and reflecting on his dark history with mass shootings. Here's abc's will car. I just started counting in between shots and listening to see what direction was heading for. Sarah moonshadow a normal trip to the grocery with a twenty one year. Old son active. Get away turned into a terrifying day. That will haunt her forever. Once we got outside i noticed. Thorough people laying in the street and they weren't moving and my son grabbed me and said no. We can't do anything out in the open so we ran just happened here. Guys is the moment. Americans fear shooter for too many experienced. We've got people down inside. Cooper's fully tenor dead after carnage unfolded at the king's super grocery store in boulder colorado denise song. Nevin stand his sick ricky old loner for kovac. Suzanne terry leaker eric. Tally kevin mahoney lynn. Murray and jodi waters night their loved ones were united in grief just one week after another mass shooting in atlanta leaving many to wonder what will take to stop the bloodshed this tragedy and a nightmare for boulder county. It's a horrific broken as a nation to see that we've returned to ever old patterns of of mass shooting for those who were at the scene. Absolute shock smell the gun powder so they were pretty close. We were like sitting ducks instead. Shaking with this the poor shots crack through the air around two thirty monday afternoon. The alleged gunman opened fire in the parking lot. Have an asset sitter. Then he went inside right here. D- chiller came to shop for groceries and steady in film. This people lying in three guys. He went in the store all got. You got people down inside. Keep super bully. Police responded within minutes quickly surrounding the building around officer. Eric tally was the first member of law enforcement on the see out here down. Police engaged in a shootout with the suspect officer. Tally was gunned down his service and his sacrifice will never be forgotten. Sir moonshadow tells my colleague matt gutman that she hasn't been able to stop thinking about the shooting. Is the one that you can't shake my son's face. Seeing my son scared like that. I told him we only have three seconds. Like we have to move now. Just don't look anywhere. Don't hesitate don't stand up and just run. Just read about an hour up to the shooting started. Police took the suspect into custody with a gunshot wound in the leg. He was transported to the hospital for treatment now in stable condition. The suspect has been identified as ahmad elissa. Twenty-one of vodka two suspects now charged with ten counts of first degree murder is being held without bail among the lives lost the first to respond boulder police. Officer eric tally officer. Eric tally died heroically. Eleven years on the force. A husband and father of seven is grief stricken mother. Judy speaking to our affiliate. Koa t even so gay played when she heard there was a shooting in boulder. She combed through the video looking for her son for the call finally came like gave his just saved those people another victim twenty five year old ricky old a manager at the grocery store whose family described her as a firecracker signing a family says they watch the livestream in horror desperately trying to reach her. We actually heard gunshots. Were breaking down into tears and hasn't even came on a news. Feed yep denise. Another king super employees remembered by a classmate he was a free spirit and and he just did what what he loved and didn't really care what other people thought sixty one year old kevin mahoney. Who just last summer walked his daughter down the aisle on twitter. She revealed he was about to become a grandfather tweeting. I know he would want me to be strong for his granddaughter. All lives believed to be taken at the hand of one man. The alleged shooter born in syria emigrated to the us at three years. Old is now a. Us citizen and twenty seventeen. He was charged with third degree assault for intimidation and menacing related to an incident in a denver suburb and at twenty eighteen. He was charged with criminal mischief.
"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.
"twenty one years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Twenty one years or older learn more at NPR one club dot org and the listeners of KQED showers continuing around the bay through late tonight middle start clearing out overnight and tomorrow sunny skies with temperatures in the fifties actually some low sixties number should see a high of sixty three tomorrow fifty seven at the beach in half moon bay Oakland tomorrow fifty eight and in San Jose it should reach fifty eight as well this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Sarah macam an informational Martin we begin tonight with the latest news on an attack on his CITIC Jewish community outside New York City last night in Muncie New York a man stabbed and wounded five people who gathered at the rabbi's home to celebrate Hanukkah a suspect was later arrested in New York City and was arraigned today Grafton Thomas has pleaded not guilty to five counts of attempted murder and one count of burglary this morning New York governor Andrew Cuomo called the attack an act of domestic terrorism and governor Cuomo joins me now thanks so much for talking with us thank you for having me given what can you tell us about the victims how are they doing well there were five victims I visited the rabbi this morning who had the attack in his home five victims two were in critical condition one is still in critical condition with skull fractures the assailant came in was wielding a machete that they said look more like a swore date was sold long.
"twenty one years" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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"twenty one years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Lawrence. twenty one years old Gavin locks L. U. X. I tell you what that's a pretty sweet name twenty one year old rookie for the Dodgers becomes the only Dodger in their long and storied history ever to Homer in his first post season at bat how cool is that so good for him and it may not have been a tie breaking home run of the go ahead home run but the fact is he got out there and it is very first at bat on the play off stage goes deep and so congradulations together logs definitely one of the coolest things I saw in sports on Thursday night Charley Steiner with the call on the Dodgers radio network it's after hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS sports ready already told you I love the neon green uniforms for the Seattle Seahawks I might be that girl who gets the uniforms all right Jersey simply because I like the color. Saddam tough being a girl you know we're all about fashion sometimes we get sucked in by the pretty trappings and the cool colors. after hours on our Facebook page or on Twitter vote for the game that you're most looking forward to the NFL or you can you can write essay monologue on our Facebook page if you have another idea the NFL on CBS features a full slate of games Sunday including Tom Brady and the patriots on the road in the nation's capital and the ravens Steelers renewing their AFC north rivalry check your local listings for the games in your area it all begins with J. B. no JB you dummy J. B. and the guys on the NFL today at noon eastern that's nine AM Pacific only on CBS something else that I thought was pretty incredible I mean I watch the replay over and over again I know the nationals lost but to see D. diving stabbed into the rent to own made at the hot corner about a ball off the bat of I think it was Chris Taylor to Taylor beat the throw because it was just an incredible angle for red don't at third base he beat the throw in in Taylor unlike a **** yeah runs of the base one like a bat out of hell and so he beat the throw but the staff I don't need the gift for this course I would love for you to put it up on our show Twitter account it's probably out there it was amazing and have reflexes like that he bounces off the dirt and make this incredible stab and that was also one of the coolest things that I saw in sports also the way that Paul Goldschmidt may and first base in the ninth inning I feel like he deserves a raise after. I think all the way up to the six four six five using all of his frame to to grab a ball that nearly was beat out by the al bees and all the replay they let the call stay and because there was no to bar the NFL phrase clear and obvious evidence you really could no return it but boy every bit of Paul Goldschmidt needed and then another ground ball in the infield he has to pick it up on a hostile one hopper big reason why the cardinals managed to hang on to a one run lead eight five five two one two four two two seven will get your calls after the.
"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.
"twenty one years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"In Louisiana. Twenty one year old Dakota -tario suspected of killing I is girlfriend her father and brother, and then his own parents is still at large ascension parish sheriff Bobby Weber says local law enforcement will partner with larger agencies to catch. The suspected murderer will reach out to our partners in state and federal government to help us with this investigation, and they will use whatever resources. They have police say -tario is driving a silver pickup he stole from one of his victims and as armed and dangerous with a short term agreement to reopen. The government President Trump says it was a no way a concession on border security ABC news, political analyst, Matthew Dowd, describes the pressure on the president in recent days has poll numbers dropped he United the Democrats. And so I think in this the big losers. The president the big winner. Obviously, the eight hundred thousand workers are going to get paid now. But also Nancy Pelosi she's established herself as a dominant force. The president says he will try again to persuade lawmakers to finance. As long sought border wall thirties in Brazil called off rescue efforts Saturday night until daybreak after a dam collapsed. The death toll stood at forty dead with up to three hundred people estimated to be missing the valley dam rupturing Friday in the mining heavy state of minister rice, sending rushing red water tearing through the company's mine offices and a busy cafeteria during lunch time this CEO saying more than two hundred fifty employees are unaccounted for that's ABC's aerial Russia. Reporting two bombs minutes apart tore through a Roman Catholic cathedral on the southern Philippine island where Muslim militants are active killing at least twenty people there and wounding eighty one others during a Sunday mass and today marks the seventy four th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp. This is ABC news. When my son was transferred to deal more from another rehab facility, dude, his mental health issues..
"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.
"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.
"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.
"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..
"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.
"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.
"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.
"twenty one years" Discussed on NewsRadio1620
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"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.
"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.
"twenty one years" Discussed on WCTC
"And a highly response come through never came through on the riots yeah i'm in the late sixties seven up pretty much put him out of because he was out of the the riots going on in a two years later we really when he only trip to how long there was like twenty one years twenty one years and the riots widely they lose his lunch in a day destroyed the place and won't sure until moment of it about we haven't charges talk but still you know for the by bogus hard to come back then you have a gates over the but i guess i know that was big big play glass one go yeah some with right hander through to through the one doing and they went in oakland when en route to the place him to the we'll lose a lot against heard of them to places title money and now i think the highs and would in the other rule sp even a big salami and she in oh whatever he went down my brother to clean up the place in of course that time if it was cool jersey glass put in in big play close window after next night it took i'm like a week before going back to but many brick the whole place up in all fucking jail it wasn't the same right so wentz addicted i was in second even want to come in there matches the the whole may ruin the whole feeling was what was not saying as well he was yeah yeah used to him but he's in compact him he was a used to be work for the government so he didn't impacts for people gonna stay like i go out there tested you're on go out the whole assign but to stop destroying somebody else's property even when that happens that to moon due to my heart why do you go out there were riots in you all over the country button st louis for example of last year you before the right through strong but is why i never understood that don't local bases man.