39 Burst results for "Twenty Two Years"
South Africa's Higgo Wins Palmetto Championship at Congaree
"Twenty two year old Garrick Higo was broken through for his first PGA tour win in just his second start coming from behind to close out the pal metro championship at Congaree in South Carolina just gone to another level now so I'll just see what my game can do I enjoy playing and seeing you know what my game does in a way it takes me the south African posted a final round sixty eight to finish eleven under and then watched as a third round later Chesson Hadley struggled through the closing holes ending with the final hole bogey they gave him a closing seventy five and drop them into a six way tie for second one shot back at ten under the wind was he goes third victory in this last four tournaments the other two winds coming on the European tour I'm Graham make us
Fresh update on "twenty two years" discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table
"You know when all is beautiful breakthroughs arrive. What if you're gonna be in a very fragile state. You don't want to extend the alive so horizon to will help us to break the sound barrier of canada and twenty two years. This is like the oldest person on earth. her h should die. I think one thousand nine hundred and nine chose a french woman. She was actually smoke until the age of one hundred and seventeen west. Yeah we come back to this but then some no one leaves Outside hunting into us but all always technology specific genetic gene therapy and organ replacement organ. Regeneration will help us help us almost like the you extending. the lifespan. Like resourceful the old car so we can leave two hundred and fifty years and then the third horizon which is twenty five fifty years from now as horizon of human avatars internet of why when you when you body is just full of sensors when you can exist in robotic world war in virtual world when your brain is integrated with computer with artificial intelligence. This is really far away. I'm not really concern or thinking about this apart from the ethical side of it. Because i really need to. I think we need to fix this world to enjoy life and for us to have a desire to extend that but but then when we turn to this going to set up when we can really have access to this break. Ruth's well it's going to be two hundred years for sure but then do i want to be mortal no. I don't think so because if you take out the death from human life cycle we just not going to be humans but speaking about like a smoke until the age of one hundred and seventeen. I think we have a wrong model of how to live longer. We always look in and they call scenarios that people who just germ hundred and beyond because like the only good thing which happened with them..
West Bank Erupts in Protest Amid More Israel-Hamas Fighting
"We continue to follow this violent fighting between israeli defense forces hamas today violent protests erupted in the west bank and calls for a ceasefire being largely ignored again tonight. There are reports of civilians including being caught in the crossfire. Our nbc news chief. Foreign correspondent richard engel reports tel aviv for us. Tonight with new airstrikes tonight and tank and artillery fire. Israel says it's targeting hamas and destroying a network of tunnels in gaza. The islamic militant group is using to hide and launch two thousand rockets at israeli towns and cities over the last several days. But it's not only tunnels being obliterated. This was a bank is worth says was used by hamas more than one hundred twenty palestinians have been killed so far including at least thirty children were buried together today venturing outside gaza twenty-two-year-old law student. Kerama says the devastation is worse than she imagined. We feed like whatever we do. Whatever we build we'll get destroyed once again if we had hope for the future. They just can't. It could get much worse. Israel has deployed thousands of troops to the gaza border primed for a ground assault but israel for now has held off an invasion instead relying on its iron dome missile defense system to intercept rockets but some are getting through falling indiscriminately and killing. At least eight israelis million in israel had been rushing to bomb shelters but because of the children are traumatized. We have been in the shelter for a week and now the fighting is enraging palestinians. outside of gaza deadly clashes broke out in the west bank and for the first time in years palestinians with israeli citizenship are joining the fight with vigilante attacks from both
Fresh update on "twenty two years" discussed on Rebecca Sounds Reveille
"So kind of speaking a cellphones right so just went on business land right so so i had. I was early adapter. I was looking for products nobody owned. Everyone needs everyone's gonna buy. It was changing market or an industry and the cellular phone industry was very real model out there for me. there was a disruptive model of its time as a matter of fact it put the long distance business out of business and because we used that long distance. Bill's i can remember you know paying them and they're expensive. I mean they were high-dollar it's The first change. That really went on. And i had a couple of business partners. We do well for a while but there was a recession and we struggled to make ends meet. And you know i was looking for something different to do so. I was researching industries in products and services and so i ended up Finest company legal shield. Which i got involved with and i've been with this company. Legal shield for over twenty two years now and it was a product nobody owned. Everybody needs everyone's going to buy it at the time. It had two hundred thousand customers in forty four states today. it's in all fifty states. All seven provinces in canada one point seven five million families on the books covers four and a half million lives. It's at bay. So it's a disruptive uber lift you know all those different things. We use an app and it's changing an industry right so i always kind of looking for like legal. Shield is an app. It's technologically up to speed and it's changing in industry. Just like uber. Did taxi cabs or you know a netflix. Did for the movies or airbnb has doing for hotels and go back twenty two years. What cellular phones dead to telecommunications industry. So i was always early adapter but along the way i picked up through leadership. Okay personal development. You know and it's interesting. 'cause we're ended up you know. It all started with seed planted in me when she gave an anthony robbins program. When i was like twenty six twenty five twenty six years old you know called awaken. The giant within your read did his program and read that book twice at seven hundred page book twice. It was the first time in my mind that i was actually excited about something that i was learning and i thought i wanna to do this. You know this makes sense. And so you know moving from there until you know all the different leadership that we've had the opportunity experience over the years and investing into you know personal development for twenty two years literally twenty two year it period of investment into personal development I just always always inspired love to read. And now i decided. Finally i always wanted to write a book. I finally wrote a book and it was an awesome experience. And so that's kind of god's word right now. I want to hear about this because the not only writing. The book is hard but the process of getting it published and marketed is pretty difficult as well but some it's really interesting. How writing and authorship works because you have something in your mind for a long time and then putting it on paper and doing a rough draft and then rewriting it. It's pretty exciting. Because it also expands everything within you and gives you more that you want to share..
Interview With Nadia Bruce-Rawlings, Author of Driving in the Rain
"My guest is named nadia bruce rowling. She is the mother of six. She has twenty two years sober about to celebrate twenty three years and she's the author of scars and driving in the rain. Welcome to the show. Thank you so yes. I have a combined family of six. I grew up living all over the world Egypt norway bahamas. London and of course. Good old america and I have. I worked in the film industry for quite a long time and now of kind of retired from that. I'm living in nashville and writing awesome. I'd love to joe mature story in here a little bit more about maybe the recovery journey. And how you found sobriety and then what led you writing books. Gosh so i always drank. I don't remember not drinking like we just drank. That's what our family to and then You know the eighties and there is a lot of cocaine but what happened At some point well. I had stopped in cocaine for while because it was getting bad and it was about to lose my job and then four years later. My mom got really sick with Cancer and i met this guy and he did co. can you know one thing led to another next thing. I knew we were smoking crack and That was bad and within for my mom died. I got very depressed. That really brought me to my knees. And i spent four years just smoking crack. Twenty four seven lost my job. Obviously lost. Everything owned went to jail for shoplifting. Several times which turns out to be a felony if you do it enough
Fresh update on "twenty two years" discussed on Get Up!
"Six eleven fifty looking to put the ball on the floor and beach on the dribble right. There is a big man we know can run the four and we know he can catch it and donkey but again. All big guys can't do that right there. Kenny rebound yes. He can rebound he averages over ten a game he averaged a double-double double regular season and playoffs is shot blocker. Yes he is the averages over one a game so he plays on both ends of the floor. Here's what he can do. A lot of people don't realize he can shoot the ball. He shoot sixty three percent. He's not going to be twenty three years old until next month greenie. He was very good. He's taking it to another level right now. He's reaching his potential. He was a one and done in arizona so it feels like he's been around a while but he's still only twenty two years old and again he's two wins away from the nba finals. Pj we'll check back with you.
US Economy Only Added 266,000 April Jobs; Markets Rally
"The april jobs report a total bomb payrolls growing at a fraction of what was expected and the unemployment rate taking higher. So what did the market do. It rallied of course many seen the weak jobs report giving the fed coverage remain dovish for longer the dow and closing at record highs and nasdaq also moving higher. The reflation trade was really driving the action today energy industrials materials all rallying strong into the close. Check out the moving. The oh oily. It gained nearly five percent today closing of session highs. And even some parts of the tech trade held up. Semiconductors software names also rising. Today's session outperforming. The broader nasdaq. So what do you make it. Today's action on the back of the biggest jobs miss in more than twenty years. Tammy i'm not sure. If i told you what the outcome of the jobs report was you could have guessed with. This market would have done today. Well i know that the market likes bad news is good news and so let's break out some new kids here because we're going to do a lot of that tonight. I mean you know it's hanging tough and it's hanging tough around the concept that the fed certainly is not moving away anytime soon so Big biggest missing in twenty two years or something in terms of a payroll number. The bottom line here is if it gave ammunition gay. You'll you talked about energy. We've talked to energy all week. Was tom lee or paul. Sankey i gave you my energy basket e oh og up about fourteen percent this year slumbers this week this week. Slumber j. up about sixteen percent this week. Cbs up about seven percent this week. Energy copper prices. All time highs. You were you. Were berating me for yelling on twitter about copper prices just recently. I'm telling you commodity prices lumber prices food prices. It's great for investors in those sectors may not be great for consumers may not be great for multinationals and the input prices we started to talk about that with automakers with housing with even some of the industrial plays like a whirlpool and input costs there but but look markets at all time highs dollars weaker entire complex global markets also emerging markets. Catching some fire this
Fresh update on "twenty two years" discussed on The JJ Redick Podcast
"Mitchell hey go just won a national title right at baylor like this. This is this is. This is a wishy washy answer here because the way i have these guys ranked like you mentioned mitchell. I would be shocked if mitchell were number. Two like shocked because he's on the older side. He's twenty two years old. He's six feet tall. It'd be shocked if it were him right. But like if somebody like scotty barnes who have ranked eleven three now who the nineteen year old freshmen. I wouldn't say i'd be totally shocked. It'd be a little surprised. But i could see a guy like barnes rising up the rankings. I could see a guy like sagan who was named. Mvp of the turkish league at eighteen years old saying is a fantastic big man in this draft raw needs time to develop but eighteen years old like with barnes useful. You know has clear offense skill and feel for the game both of those guys. I love their games. I really love both of their games. Even though i have them ranked ninth. And i think eleventh for scotty barnes so i'm going to evaluate my rankings. I heck of a lot in the coming weeks last anything but chris very well like it. Wouldn't shock me if barnes especially where to rise up the rankings up to number two that may be a bit much but top five detriment surprise anybody. I of course. I love songs. And i could see that happening completely. He just looks nba but the other one the other one is if he ended up going to is the green kid. Jalen green back into and i like to me. It's just because obviously being in memphis. He was going to memphis when he when he was going to college and he didn't go to college so i just heard about him for a year and i heard people talking about like how unbelievable this guy's going to be and also will you know jared jack was on russillo pod and jared. Jack just played with him on that team and he talks about how that kid. He's like that kid was soaking up every single his role that's his role was to like kind of mentor. He's like that kid wants to be great. He will work and work. And like i don't know man like look jerry. Jacks guys agent. But he's added like to be. It was like everything you would wanna hear about a guy truly like. He really took a liking to that kid. And you get done listening to him. Talk about him. And you're like jesus. Christ how do not take this guy. This guy. I mean his. He was as good as anybody in high school He he did not go would fall out his face when he played against men in the g. league thing effect he was fantastic. He actually got better over the course of the year to. He's crazy in decision making our basic crazy athlete and i've got an nba veteran. Telling me this guy cares about being great. And i'm mike cheese. And that checks out like his teammate pumping. If that weren't the case he'd give some cookie cutter media friendly answer..
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.
How Poker Player Jay Helfert Became 'Toupee Jay'
"Is pool and poker player to pay. jay helpers. how are you. we're we're fine. Tell me how you got the name to pay jay. Well like like many many young men. Not really that betty but i was prematurely balding. I was actually losing hair. When i was in my early twenties and i come from the The nippy generation of the sixties and seventies when long hair was in and it was very embarrassing to me. And i was very uncomfortable with it so when i was twenty two years old i had a toupee bait and i had already been playing pool for several years since i was eighteen and gambling at it and i found i discovered this was happened by accident that as soon as i put a to pay on and went back someplace that i hadn't been in a year people did not recognize me. They didn't know that it was me. And kind of accidentally I played the same guys that i might have won money from two three years before i had to the more than one occasion. Where guy said you know. You look familiar to me. But i can't place you. Yeah i said you know. A lot of people say that i would happen by accident. That wearing a toupee was advantageous to me in the pool world. It was a good disguise. I put on a toupee and i grew a mustache and people did know i was. The same guy have played a couple years before and there was supposed player from From arizona Sean walsh they. Call era zona showing. Who saw me come into a pool room and getting a game and he yelled out across the rue watch out. You're in a game with two page. Hey that's named stuck. I hated that name. I hated that name but it stuck and years later i got to where i was comfortable with it because everybody knew that name.
200 Dollars to Glory: Starting and Expanding a Bar. - burst 02
"We got some bottles coming out this that are some pretty heavy hitters yes some really highly allocated bottles One for sure that. I know on that i'm looking for. I don't think i've ever been able to see this out in the wild anywhere. But that blatant bo. Twenty two year Coming out in april. It's going to be a nice hard to find but if you can get your hands on one is going to be about that. You definitely want to add to your collection. I've seen people do reviews on it. They've had nothing but positive things to say about it. And i just kind of scared of the price tag. I don't know exactly what the price tag on it is. I'm not gonna throw a bunch of rumors out there. But i know what's up there Another one that you can be looking for in april Old fitzgerald's releasing their spring. Twenty twenty one to kanter. I think this one was an eight year. Yes so this is going to be an eight-year bottled in bond bourbon. You're going to be hard pressed to find this one as well So also in april. You're looking at blood. Oaths annual release. Pack seven this year Last year's was finished in cognac barrels. This year i don't do it. Does anyone know the finish on that. By chance Kimball can look that up for not mistaken. it was. i can't pronounce a madera madera. Almost one hundred percent. Sure and i'm i'm may be completely wrong. I know the label is just a beautiful baby. Blue yes so high. I love the color blue health campbell's wearing a blue shirt. I like that shirt gamble. So you were talking about the Price tag for blaine. Twenty two yes Soften yay sau. T. e. r. in es casks. I'm guessing saw yeah. I don't know how to pronounce it. So let's see again sought as you. T. e. r. n. e. s. We're also from southern indiana. So far pronunciations are absolutely terrible. Y'all don't understand what we're going through around here. Please forgive sweet white wine. From the small town of salter tornay in the bordeaux region of france so definitely saw tornay or saw. Turn me a white wine. That's going to be an interesting one but by to the blatant is. Is this the last of the blatant bo. Twenty two year. Because aren't they discontinued doing in bo. Twenty two. I haven't read anything yet. just keep stay tuned to us. We'll we'll do some research and will either put it up on our facebook page or we'll lie included in a future episode
Reconstruction: Australia after COVID
"Australia's economic recovery in the wake of the pandemic. Well we all know. Australia has weathered the pandemic bit of the most nations. It's been five months since the last reported virus related death and several months since any serious community transmission. It's quite extraordinary. Isn't it in coming. Wakes the most vulnerable. Australians will have been vaccinated on april. Nineteen this news. This week there will be reopening of the trans tasman travel route although they remind risks and uncertainties it's fate aside that the pandemic is pretty much forced drawings. But what does all this main for the economy. John edwards is a senior fellow of the lowy institute and a former member of the board. His new book is called reconstruction australia covered. It's published by the low institute. Get i john. Welcome back to the shy unpleasant to be on for the past year. We've been told we face the most terrifying economic conditions for generations yet australia. You think about it. The unemployment rights less than six percent the stock market is within a few percent of its high level and according to the imf this week international monetary fund australia is poised to grow at its fastest pace in twenty two years. It's four point five percent this year. Indeed we are among the world's standout performance in the recovery from last year's covid recession john. What accounts for our economic resilience. Well first of all. I think we handle the health trip. Caught will lettuce. We responded promptly. We put in social distancing. We prepared our health system for a bigger emergency than one. We presumably and australians will comply with the health guam. So that's that's important that we we contained the pandemic tilting but on the economic side. I think we also risk owner will be response in monetary policy the reserve bank and a very big response from fiscal policy treasurer and the morrison government.
London police officer convicted of neo-Nazi group membership
"Rookie London police officer has been found guilty of belonging to a banned neo **** organization the first time a British police officer has been convicted of membership of an outlaw far rights group after more than thirty two hours of deliberations the jury at the city's Old Bailey court found Benjamin hunt I'm twenty two years old guilty of being a member of the extremist group national action hi I'm also was convicted of lying on his application and vetting forms to to join London's Metropolitan Police and of possessing terror related documents detailing knife combat and the making of explosive devices hi number was granted bail ahead of his sentencing on the twenty third of April but was warned by the judge that he faced jail very shortly London
Kate Quinn from US Bank Answers Questions On Careers, Motherhood
"Capers hall. Thank you so much for taking the time to sit with me and answer these. Marc pleasure before we jump in love if you don't mind giving listeners a little bit of a background in your career because i think it's so interesting so poignant for the conversation that we're gonna have sure you know somebody once said to me that a career is a marathon not a sprint and i would say that is definitely been the case for me. I started actually in california in hollywood. I've worked in writing. I've worked in film editing. Believe it or not. And i am now a banker so you can figure out how i wanted to point day. You're better than i. But i just kinda followed the road and kept taking opportunities now. I i run most corporate functions strategy digital transformation at us. Bank having a great time. And i feel like. I wanna make sure mentioned too that you have navigated this career while raising children is that right is right yes i have. I have three boys. I have a twenty two year old son. I have a seventeen year old son. And i have an eleven year old son and i'm way too old to have an eleven year old but i have one okay. We'll let let's jump into these questions. We put a prompt up on instagram. And this was questions that we got directly from the community that i'd love to dig into with you and get your perspective on. Let's start with leadership so one of the questions that we got said. I never really considered myself a leader. How do you know if you are one. What do you think about that. Well that's a great question. I've never really thought about that. I i suppose the most literal if people follow you than your leader. Even if you're a mom and your kids are following you and you're doing what you say. Your leader i think if your friends are asking you for advice your leader. I think everybody. has elements of leadership within now.
Is Juan Soto the Most Glorious Thing in Baseball Right Now?
"Jeff passan what do they want soto at bat look like oh my goodness awan. Soto at bat is the most glorious thing in baseball right now. The swing a fly ball to left centerfield. This is way back. This what is going to run homer for. Lunch is someone who is at twenty two years old seemingly at the peak of his powers. It is somebody who loves competition to the point where he will do everything possible to gain an advantage. Call the soda shop. He doesn't to let the guys know that that batter's box could sonos. He will be standing there in the batter's box. And he will stare and he will lick his lips and he will shake his hip and he will shuffle his legs and he will do everything he possibly can to burrow himself into the psyche of that pitcher on the mound and make him think in the second that that pitcher things on facing wants oto he has lost. Do you enjoy making pictures mad. Sometimes when they see me better than i might. Yes i always would myself well player
Police: Armed man arrested inside Atlanta grocery store
"Hi my cross your reporting an armed man is arrested inside in Atlanta grocery store Atlanta police were called to a grocery store Wednesday afternoon after heavily armed men entered the business and went into a bathroom the Atlanta journal constitution reports the manager of the Atlantic station public's called police shortly after one thirty PM officers observed the man leave the bathroom and detained him the paper reports police identified the man as twenty two year old recall Marley he was carrying two long guns and three pistols all of which were concealed the incident came just two days after ten people were killed at a supermarket in boulder Colorado hi Mike Rossio
LCS Pro's Frustred with League Decisions
"Day for Ride Games dispatch 11.7 going live for League of Legends. And with it comes a bevy of changes. Although the pros on the LCS circuit will continue playing on patch 11.5 almost two patches back throughout the remainder of the spring split playoff Cloud. Nine's newest Superstar mid laner perks has voiced his frustrations with the LCS being the only region still on 11.5 while almost all major regions have already moved on to 11.6 in an interview with Travis Gafford at the twenty-two-year-old Phenom said, it doesn't make a lot of sense. The league is playing a patch behind since this will delay their ability to improve and prepare for the upcoming 20-21 midseason Invitational has a result purse notes a temporary solution may be to avoid solo que games all together, which is exactly the reason I avoid playing solo que. That's obviously why it off. Obvious that whatever team comes out on top of the LCS spring split playoffs will be at a disadvantage the LCS midseason Showdown resumes this weekend commencing with TSM vs. Evil Geniuses at 3 p.m. Central Standard Time. Meanwhile out of Rainbow Six Siege Esports organization and Mirage the only Canadian organization to play in the North American League has just signed a partnership deal with Under Armour Under Armour will provide the kit and she closed for the squad's under mirages umbrella as well as merchandising on there online stores. The two companies will team up to building new Esports arena in Montreal that they promised will see the light of day.
Canadian police discriminated against mother of slain Indigenous man, watchdog says
"Independent watchdog for the royal canadian mounted police found that the force racially discriminated against the mother of an indigenous man who was killed in two thousand sixteen has down carpenter reports. The twenty two year old was killed by a white farmer in saskatchewan. The incident took place during the summer of two thousand sixteen colton. Bucci was shot and killed when an suv. He was writing in traveled onto the property of gerald stanley. Near biggar saskatchewan stanley was charged with second degree murder. He was acquitted by a jury in two thousand and eighteen. He had testified that he fired warning shots and that his gun just went off an independent review found. Rcmp officers acted hurtful e when they informed bush's mother debbie battiste of his death when she had broke down in tears. They told her to get it together and questioned whether she had been drinking. They smelled her breath in searched her home. The complaints commission said on a second occasion they inappropriately visited bush's wake to update his mother. On the case. Perry belgarde the national chief of the assembly of first nations says the ruling by the complaints commission brought a sense of vindication for debbie baptiste. But she did say she experienced racism and discrimination. In nobody would believer the rcmp dismissed it but this independent oversight body proved it. They treated her with racism and discrimination and she persevered through that and now that we know that the big question is how do we fix. It has implemented almost all of the recommendations that stemmed from the reviews. Prime minister justin trudeau said the way the bucci family was treated was unacceptable. And the lawyer for the mother. Debbie baptiste says. Systemic racism underlines the entire case for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.
Elgin Baylor, Lakers legend and Hall of Famer, has died at 86
"The nba and the sports world in general is mourning. The loss of a legend hall of famer elgin baylor the lakers icon died of natural causes yesterday. And where do we begin to describe his greatness as a player elgin baylor was an eleven time. All star spent his entire career with the lakers organization made eight. Nba finals appearances. Never did win a championship but back in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. He's scored sixty one points in a finals game. That is a record that still stands today. Baylor also missed part of that season serving his country in the united states army after retiring baylor spent twenty two years. As general manager of the clippers. The great elgin baylor was eighty. Six years
Los Angeles Lakers star and former LA Clippers exec Elgin Baylor dies at 86
"Elgin baylor. The los angeles lakers first superstar in an emerging. Nba died of natural causes in angeles. Yesterday he was eighty. Six baylor coached briefly. After his fourteen season playing career ended. He then had a twenty two year run as an executive with l. as other. Nba team the clippers a ten time all nba first team selection and eleven time. All star baylor was elected to the naismith basketball hall of fame in nineteen seventy seven. He scored a then record. Seventy one points against the knicks during a regular season game in nineteen sixty and his sixty one point game against the celtics in game five of the nba finals in nineteen sixty two still stands as a finals retired
Retired Intelligence Detective Anthony Celano on His Time With the NYPD
"I have anthony solano on zoom call. So you'll be able to see it on youtube also if you'd rather if you wanna go see what he looks like and twenty two years with the nypd in a variety of different post like all of us. Did you gotta spend some time in uniform. You gotta spend a time. Some time was maybe a detective in a different unit. He spent a lot of time with working organized. Crime in new york city. So we're going to talk to him about his experiences. He also has written a couple of novels a crime novels since he's left the pd. So welcome county and thank you filing. It's good to have you let let's start talking about in a little bit about your overview of your career with the nypd. Okay to the police department actually occurred i was on a bus going to college is only about a twenty minute ride from the time you know. Twenty is all line years old. I didn't really know what i wanted to be until i show these two policemen come on On the bus and they happen to sit directly across from where i was sitting on the bus were on their way to go up because his the hand and three things stroke me about that is. The first thing was a on the bus with not having them. Hey i thought that was the second thing was they had these guns and i thought that was pretty impressive. Third thing that struck me was they were happy and the the cops were happy time which other ended up thinking that maybe that would be something. I could do the police tests. And i got appointed w later i can finally went on at least one in uniform. After a year. Until i i ended up as an anti-crime cop basically they will claim. Plain-clothes detail we would jump at. It actually gives make arrests stuff like that. So crimes being committed in progress them wanted to the organized crime. Control bureau a section Exhibition and i spent some time in. And i wanted to journalist. Repairs force was made up of the agency state troopers and the a
Amanda Gorman says she was racially profiled near her home
"I'm Julie Walker the twenty two year old poet who captured hearts at the inauguration of president Biden said she was followed home by a security guard Friday night who demanded to know where she lives because she looked suspicious Amanda Gorman posted to social media this is the reality of black girls one day you're called an icon the next date of threat Gorman was the nation's youngest inaugural poet the norms and notions of what just is isn't always just S. Gorman who lives in LA says she showed her keys a bust yourself into her building and the guard left with no apology she later tweeted in a sense he was right I am a threat a threat to injustice to inequality to ignorance anyone who speaks the truth and walks with hope is an obvious and fatal danger to the powers that be a threat and proud I'm Julie Walker
"twenty two years" Discussed on Diana: Case Solved
"In her to. Dick is in the public eye from painfully shy. Royal Bride to the most famous most photographed woman. Perhaps even the best loved woman on the planet. Princess Diana's impact was unique extrordinary and profound and twenty two years. After her death she's still continues to touch the lives of millions. I think it's just a tremendous loss to the world that Dan's lap was cut short aged only thirty six. She did so much in our short lifetime. Can you imagine the potential that could have been for the next thirty. Six years the joy she would have given people and the joy she would have had in return from seeing her sons. Marry the women. They love and seeing her grandchildren. She's been robbed of all of that. The Donna was modernizer and then as you realize doing it and what she did was bring public. That south of the Royal Family closer together together. What we see now with women and Caitlyn Harry is a repeat really of where the if the greatest tragedy of Diana's death was the little boy she loved and lift behind? It's also true that those boys are grown up to be her greatest legacy but you know at the end of the day. At least she gave us William and Harry and they are diagnosed lasting legacies the world and they will continue the mothers work she had them long enough to instill in them her hopes her dreams. And how ideals. And that's what we see today so she's not really gone. We see her through her son's is they will continue. How work and do what she would have wanted? She races boys to be warm to be human to be connected to the world on the fans and fat role was something special but they have to be standing. There were people in the world would needy and not like them and she brought him up to be very special young men they turned out to be and I think that she would be hugely proud of them today. At how they've taken the lessons alert from her. I think she would have found the wedding to Meghan markle. Just the most wonderful validation defensible how owned bodies and she would have found I think Meghan an enchanting wanting addition to the royal family so she wanted the end though investigations in Paris at least for the time being are over and their time together attempting to do justice to the life and death of Diana Princess of wiles has also come to a close but this should not be the end of the story. The evidence evidence new information we have uncovered deserves an official review and leave and Tan as I believe undisputedly drive of the. What Fade Anna? That clipped Diana's Ryan is speeding car needs to be probably questioned..
"twenty two years" Discussed on Diana: Case Solved
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That's best friends. Without the this means war we'll leave Anton not only fitted subscription perfectly. He also earned a fate. Who Know exactly matching the Mike Muddle? That scratched Diana's Mercedes and what small he actually re sprite. He's car read within hours of the crash and part of his job as a security security. God He had to guard dogs with muzzles exactly like the dog Sabine had seen wearing muzzle and yet for some reason of never been able go to work out leave. Antennas Nick even evidence at any of the official inquests into Diana's death. I believe he's the key to solving this mystery. It's time to find leave. Antenna sells the same man. Lord Stevens said was so impossible to find we. We are in Paris attempting to find answers to the most elusive question in modern day history. who or how? Princess Diana was killed. The moment we're in the middle of the streets of Paris in the car have Colin McLaren Kolon. He's a retied Victoria. Police all Massad detective from Australia. Who has been researching this case full close to a decade we have investigative journalist Aaron Tinny from the National Enquirer Who has been doggedly attempting to get answers to this mystery? The last two years and his broken new ground uncovering new information and also in the car. He's peer sued who he's a photographer and journalist analyst and he's guiding us through the streets of Paris. Where are we at the moment just outside of Paris near the REBA REBA CD cool new? So where are we on ally too now. We all know weights to leave on chance. House was famous. Nose leaves Suburbs about an hour away from Harris calling. Boys Leave Anton important to this story. What sort of forensic dentist? which is a two eighty mortal? This huge out such was killed in it. It was hit by another car. seconds milliseconds. Don't you before it was out of control could cost to be out of control and other has been proven through pint same forensically to be fate. Luneau and huge search for feeding even knows boulder and juror particularly in in around Paris was able to what we call triage by way of limitation bowl of white sand who lives lives and it's the biggest direction car here back in the Nile down to just a handful of cards and then of course you keep scrolling down and decided in my mind the cow was coolly and he is a French national all Vietnamese misty and Heaney's father and family relieving in Paris assume a security guard working Paris and the interesting thing is he's father was approached by the media way back then and he admitted that he some came home that not not panicking and decided to change the color of his car from white terrific. That sounds highly unusual now incomes after anything decides I I want to change my car from one to read and if you look at the Jovi deed in the actual repainting his car from what terrain. It's pretty Slavi has been done very hastily. Lots of over spray has been quality putting to like you'd expect in fact leave antenna. said that Lee's I'm brother facilitated tied the repainting at the car so what have food to leave antenna 'cause introduced such a shoddy Giovani's little. It gets worse than them awesome. That's the Guy Erin. You have also attempted to speak to lay van tat but more importantly you've spoken to authorities that investigated Diana's Diana's death in London and surprisingly and somewhat curiously. They told you recently they had reached back out to leave at ten and wanted to speak. Speak T cullen. Why do you think you want to answer? I guess he doesn't want to be done in. History really can use a metaphor as the man who shot liberty valance. I believe he has anything to our out. I think he's got an any blind whatsoever. I think he was innocent of the whole thing As letty diner is self force with Lee and Tan. I believed stinking away from work early that day that after midnight and he was just quasi approaching emerge line onto what is essentially a freeway he was ailing longtime was thinking work early. We all do it with hold on. And he's juggled comes out from his lift. Where are we we all buying? Uh Uh we. She's right here on out the Front for construction construction construction event. The House for twenty two years leave. Antennas refuse to speak to anybody about the events of August. The thirty first nineteen ninety-seven except to me. And if he I only gave us a few minutes of his time he nonetheless let slip with an absolute bombshell. In retrospect having now considered fitted into our talent van Tan. All this has significant meaningful is to our role investigation leave. Anton is the Leonese that was attached to this guy. We always has been the twenty two years. Everybody's trying to talk to you and in his time just is yesterday when we finished he consistently does not excited to made to us that he had nothing to do with this. You've got the wrong wrong may knocks out of any of this wine. Cow Wasn't though wounded. Then I'll say okay okay. Why he's always that an email maggs always unexplained? He's always tease. What he did? Saint Louis was always tall. Police Notch incumbent not to get involved to the English allies. He's not progress as he news. That's against an commodity this is tantamount so obstruction of justice would have thought so. That's what he says. That ebbing clear he also says when I asked him about the quickness within house paintings from wants to ribs and it was a very sloppy jaw. All the pens job. Why did you do that? Then tell me about that is from the house of death the accidentally hey then command with this extraordinary point that. What else was he to do? He has no money at all and all he had was these boroughs mechanic and they race right the out. If you had Mungo Mungo wowed you have any name despite guy and then he said it had many dense. That's a different thing. Altogether than Ray Sprang Account. Because you don't want the counter why you want to read what he's saying that he's clearly. The challenge became full of dense and he urgently within hours of disorder. Jury pies at rate ice you know. Yeah so he put against consistencies. Leave an Dan. Sandy's the answer choices and you. Were they talking to us. He seems smug is lovely small size since buying the same mellitus the fact that he said that French authorities solds him not to say anything suggests to me that there is a conspiracy purest of silence shoot operation pageant or rain date and other E. N.. Toss bowls be established to conclusively lucidly proved beyond all reasonable doubt by some what we've learned the information we've gathered the interviews. We have conducted as part of this groundbreaking. PODCASTS that mighty Diana died because of a natural acts and leave antenna. Was the driver of the car collided with them. Sides on I think certain aside I think that this must be remembered for what it was was the biggest outpouring in gracelands is now other measure Gradu- ooh attached diner fuel and of course great scorn. You looking for answers is nothing full. Sit advances France's is a `nigma still sit say I believe it's shocking sample of the French and British justice. I think British to take us a wonderful the best in the business and I can use their business to take. We should oppressions and not the politics of the emotion while the embarrassment awesome of one thing or another to do with it get on with it crunchy and silvy income up with a proper answer to warrant this message or agrees that once was I just think that that was probably the most misrepresented misinterpreting of generation. No one really knew the woman. uh-huh I knew you knew the icon on the world stage but if you could have known how vulnerable she was behind closed. She was very simple in lots of ways. Student won't on March ask for anything she just wants to be loved.
"twenty two years" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"I mean it twenty two years this is by far the biggest seating event that I've been involved in the NC specifically received thirteen gunshot victims all thirteen at level one trauma activation criteria which is the highest activation that we use as doctors continue to treat those victims and there is an urgent need for blood we know that there's been a huge response and that there been lines around buildings as people show up to aid in this community at a tweet went out from the police department earlier saying blood needed urgently multiple injured transported to various hospitals and they list a couple of donation center addresses thereby talent blood services that and another location on mesa hills and Zahra goes a street as of right now the only information that we have on the shooter is that he's a twenty one year old white male I know what names have been released we know he was taken in a live and police unbelievably saying that they didn't fire their weapons at all when bringing him to custody they said that he was taken in without incident which is significant I would say police also said that a lot of people got separated during the chaos so right now they're working to reunify people with their families of course the work now for police will be finding a motive the work for doctors is going to be treating the victims the work for this community is going to be coming together in healing in the wake of this we do know that governor Abbott is with el Paso police right now they tweeted out a photo of him consoling some officers with this community is going to have a lot to unpack over the next several days and from our research here we've looked into the number of mass shootings this year and if we were to consider it with the criteria of for a mass shooting involving four deaths at this shooting today brings the number of mass shootings in twenty nineteen two six that's including today and then also the Gilroy garlic festival comparing that to twenty eighteen an additional six and twenty seventeen there were five at just another tragedy and of course still awaiting an update John from police in just about ten minutes now and as you say much healing he had to take place in el Paso Texas Jackie Heinrich Jackie thank you reactions coming from the White House as well as lawmakers to this horrific shooting this statement just out from the White House reading the president continues to receive updates from his national security team on the tragic shootings in el Paso federal government personnel including the FBI and alcohol tobacco and firearms are on the ground in el Paso actively assisting local authorities who are leading the response to the shootings the president has pledged the full support of the federal government to Texas governor abbot mark Meredith is traveling with the president he's live in Berkeley heights New Jersey near Bedminster where president trump is spending the weekend at his golf club not exactly a relaxing weekend for the president mark no John the same you just read right there was the second update we've gotten from the White House today senseless shooting began we also heard from the White House about three o'clock saying that the president had spoken both with the governor of Texas as well as his Attorney General bill Barr we have not seen the president on camera today as you mentioned he's a few miles away at his golf club but we have heard from the president on Twitter this is the tweet that is the most connected to what we've been talking about he said quote terrible shootings in el Paso reports a very bad many killed working with state and local authorities and law enforcement spoke to the governor to pledge total support of the federal government god be with you all well we've heard from the president on Twitter we've also heard on camera from the former Texas congressman better work who's running for president in twenty twenty better is from the el Paso area he was set the whole campaign events today out west those events were canceled but before you cancel that he spoke to the media and yeah he got a little emotional here's what the former congressman had to say few hours ago I'm incredibly saddened and it is very hard to think about this.
"twenty two years" Discussed on WTVN
"Last you know twenty two years we've been independent you know helping our clients when I was back in the back in those days you know captive financial visor we had offer certain products services by the company that was always the first here we have to offer and if we can get it done with them because of an issue or whatever the case then we can maybe look outside but had to have approval but it was very limited so you know and there's lots there's still lot of captive agencies out there you know from the one on every street corner to the auto agent out there they're going to sell those products and services and I'm not saying it's not about op June is better than not have an option all but again are you really get the best plan just because the portion that company's product and nine out of ten times probably the answers now when it comes to that there is an independent adviser agent that's what we are we're independent we have no restrictions you know whatever we feel that's best for our clients based off of their situation again we have different multiple for providers we research what is out there was gonna be the best fit you know for our clients let it be no one to provide the most income there certain companies we utilize because they maybe pay the highest you know pay outs you know overall whereas other companies may not do that so again we look at you know different things you know across the board to understand what's gonna provide the most income because when we were we when we work a lot of retirees Meghan the concern about you know I want to have a guaranteed source of income so again we will look at some of those things again another important factor you know the talk and talk about this term's been thrown out there a lot as you know being a fiduciary really what a fiduciary means were under the obligation as a professional based off our license with the put the best interests of our client first above our own interests and those of the firm or any company whose products and services they represent we are fiduciary here at the pension group or registered investment advisory firm again not every financial advisor out there's a Fisher she always when asked that are their fiduciary when it comes to that but again sometimes people you know need that little guide or that education to really understand you know who they're working with in my work with a captive person independent or over the independence to do sure and again where that independence do share when it comes to helping people with their retirement Mike a lot goes into retirement planning these days it's not one dimensional anymore but you're absolutely right and we get a lot of people to make that same statement all the time and were used to because we're retired people constantly living the lifestyle you desire your dreams about during retirement takes this careful planning again you want to work with a financial professional who truly understands what's going on with your situation certainly you know if if you don't understand everything schedule second meeting a third meeting until you fully understand what's going on and again that's where we're really here to help you know again if you're one of the first ten callers you know if you say the least two hundred fifty thousand dollars give our office a call you can reduce reaches at eight four four four.
"twenty two years" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Twenty two year staring at a screen. That's in my future dream. That's are a big part of our lives. Man. They are forty two percent of our waking hours now staring at a screen of some kind of what six hours forty three minutes a day. So the time here awake. That's a lot. That is a lot. So yeah. The life expectancy seventy eight. Which means just about twenty two years of your life. I believe it. I mean, how how many jobs are out there that don't involve looking at some type of screen there are I mean, there are some still, but I mean our our industries a little bit different because we got televisions all over the studio. I got four screens in front of me right now. Plus a phone. I mean. There are a lot of jobs out there where you're just sitting in front of a computer or sitting in front of a cash register which I I would count that technically screen time. Yeah. I think about my brother is not in front of screens very much. My dad, certainly before he retired, you know, working on trains and a lot of times. I'll say to my buddy, man, they got it figured out. And. Laxed pretty cool guys, you know, going through life. You know what? I mean, there's there's something to be said for that. Because you've really got to protect yourself or will depress. You some of the stuff got coming up. Seventh grade too young to recruit for college football. It's a little young. And.
"twenty two years" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Driving. I was twenty two years old. I looked around and I was going to cross the bridge over the rock river, and I looked rally all these cars were parked, and I went, well, this is a bridge. Is it a parking lot? Yes. It had become a. I'm twenty. School. Walk to a bar. I stayed there for basically a day and a half. Friends said I am still twit today. Hey, cathy. I appreciate that. You know what? Because you know, what they were laughing at me in here. They were. Yes. You still? The positive side of the take it was like lifelong friends now because this natural disaster. I just looked it up. The Chicago blizzard of nineteen seventy nine was a major blizzard impacted northern Illinois and northwest, Indiana. It was John January thirteenth fourteenth. And it was one of the largest Chicago Chicago snowstorms in history at that time. They wanted just of snowfall. Fees. I see this picture. I'll put this picture on Twitter for y'all to this. Maybe we could work through these feelings for the listeners. I just wanna point out that Angela has fallen prey to a Republican trap here that she did not want to talk about this. And now, she's googling photos of it. And reading information about it. This is what we do. People aren't gonna tell you some people went through something clearly. Yeah. Yeah. Let's talk to let's talk to Katherine in Baltimore, Catherine. You're on the Stephanie Miller show. Welcome. Good morning. Ladies, I've missed you. Cast. I can't wait to get the album. Thank you. I wanted to bring up something about irresponsible gun owners to do not. Backups their gun safety. John a dog shot his owner in the back your shotgun..
"twenty two years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I was married for twenty two years. My wife passed away. I have a new girlfriend, and how old are you Dan, gears van Damme and getting married and wondering can you hear me? Yes. Would hold up in court. Can you hear me? Yes. Okay. Yes. Pre-nuptial probably would hold in court. Why wouldn't it? And how old are you? Sixty seven and is your new girlfriend out of her twenties yet? No fifty nine. Oh, I feel much better. She was basically a teenager. It's a much better story. Yes. There's no reason why a pre-nup would not hold up in court. You just want a good pre NUP. The only thing you wanna do if you're writing a pre-nup is make sure that she has a lawyer who signed that signs off on it. Because the only way that a pre-nup is going to blow up is that she didn't have a lawyer, and she attacks the pre-nup based on two reasons, she didn't have a lawyer, and whenever a pre-nup or any contract is written all things being equal the courts, go to the party that didn't write the document. In other words, whoever writes, the document is held more responsible. Right. So that's it. There's you're sure right up. I mean, you have enough money where you need a pre-nup. Well, I I have a lot of assets and she's coming out of a bankrupt. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Right. A pre NUP. And she says, well, if you really love me, I you wouldn't wanna pre-nup, and then you come back with if you really love me you jump at a pre-nup. Right. So so do I have to design the premium now, you'll go to one wire design anything you'll go to a lawyer. Okay. They're not that expensive. You let me ask you this asset wise how much do you have? I have around one point eight million. All right now, keep in mind, she has no absolutely no claim to anything other than that before the marriage. So you're walking into the marriage. Let's say with a one point eight million dollar asset base. That's your estate. Well, she can't go back and say, I want nine hundred thousand dollars of that that's impossible. It's what you earn and community assets from the day, you get married or the day you actually moving together or you connect. In that quasi contractual relationship, which is what marriage is or boyfriend girlfriend or boyfriend boyfriend was right? Okay. So a couple rules. You may not even need a pre-nup a couple of rules rule. Number one. Is you never put anything in? Both your names, you keep everything separate if there is a mortgage or rent or bills to be paid you both put into an account that both your names on it. She never appears on any account that you have that you own prior to marriage. That's right. I understand that. Okay. That's rule. Number one. Are you still working? No, I'm retired. Oh, good. Good. And is she working? Yes. Oh well. Didn't have that great of a job. It doesn't matter. You get half of it. You can have income. You're okay. But I'd still rather a pre-nup just to protect your butts. So any? Yeah. Any family law? Attorney would work with a pre-nup you law know, any business attorney does that trust and estates attorney works. What what would be the average cost of something like that? I would guess. Five hundred. Oh, no. I don't think it'd be that high a couple thousand maybe. Okay. I think it's worth it. Yeah. Because now I had a pre NUP with Marjorie, and she had me sign a prenup because she had all the money for real. And actually, I insisted on a pre NUP. I remember she said, yes or no. Because she trusted me. And I told her don't I think that's the truth, by the way, I'm not. I'm not making that up. I said you can't because I knew me she didn't yet. And so do we doesn't matter because we married for so long that every bit of money I have made I've been married to her. So you know, what am I gonna do? Welcome to handle on the law. Yes, ma'am. Around four o'clock. I go to the shipper market, and I'm in the market and the security guard comes up to me and tells me, you know, you're not welcome here. Right. And so I asked you manager she takes the after the manager and the manager at that. I'm not welcome to there and the manager says, okay? And I said, wait a minute. Why why am I not welcome here? And she said that usually it's because it says, and I said wait, and she said that I need to the morning shift manager. So I'm getting the information his name. And then that's when it security that's up and said, oh I mistake for somebody else. And I felt harassed. That's not harassment. That's a mistake. She has legit like information before approaching you have you ever made a mistake in your life Ruth. I'm not that kind of mistake. Really? Okay. Well, let's not harassment. That's not harassment harassment. If they follow you and started screaming, they made a mistake. And you said there's no proof all talk to them. Look at me when she realized she made a mistake standing. Rose. She made a mistake how much money doing it's worth. Let me go. The other way, you're in front of the jury how much would you give for that? I felt like I understand it's legitimate. You felt as harassment you felt it was unfair. How does that work? All they can do Ruth Ruth. All they can do is give you money. How much is that worth? And I feel like.
"twenty two years" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"I was married for twenty two years. My wife passed away. I have a new girlfriend, and how old are you? Dan, Dan, Dan, and get married and wondering can you hear me? Hold up in court. Can you hear me? Yes. Okay. Yes. A pre-nuptial probably would hold in court. Why wouldn't it? And how old are you? Sixty seven and is your new girlfriend out of her twenties yet? No. Eighty nine. Oh, I feel much better. She was basically a teenager. It's a much better story. Yes. There's no reason why a pre-nup would not hold up in court. You just want a good pre NUP. The only thing you wanna do if you're writing a pre-nup is make sure that she has a lawyer who signed that signs off on it. Because the only way that a NUP is going to blow up is that she didn't have a lawyer, and she attacks the pre-nup based on two reasons, she didn't have a lawyer, and whenever a pre-nup or any contract is written all things being equal the courts, go to the party that didn't write the document. In other words, whoever writes, the document is held more responsible. Right. So that's it. There's you're sure right up. I mean, you have enough money where you need a pre-nup. Well, I I have a lot of assets and she's coming out of a bankrupt. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Right. A pre NUP. And she says, well, if you really love me, I you wouldn't wanna pre-nup, and then you come back with if you really love me you jump at a pre-nup. Right. So so do I have to design the premium now, you'll go to one way or you don't design anything you'll go to a lawyer. Okay. They're not that expensive. How many let me ask you this asset wise how much do you have? I have around one point eight million. All right now, keep in mind, she has no absolutely no claim to anything other than that before the marriage. So you're walking into the marriage. Let's say with a one point eight million dollar asset base. That's your estate. Well, she can't go back and say, I want nine hundred thousand dollars of that that's impossible. It's what you earn and community assets from the day, you get married or the day you actually moving together or you connect in that quasi contractual relationship, which is what marriage is or boyfriend girlfriend or boyfriend boyfriend. Right. Okay. So a couple of rules. You may not even need a NUP a couple of rules rule. Number one. Is you never put anything in? Both your names, you keep everything separate if there is a mortgage or rent or bills to be paid you both put into an account that. Both your names on it. She never appears on any account that you have that you own prior to marriage. That's right. I understand that. Okay. That's rule. Number one. Are you still working? No, I'm retired. Oh, good. Good. And is she working? Yes. Oh well. Doesn't have that great of a job. It doesn't matter. You get half of it. You can have income. You're okay. But I'd still write a pre-nup just to protect your butts. So any? Yeah. Any family law attorney would work with family law. No, any business attorney does that trust and estates attorney works. What what would be the average cost of something like that? I would guess. Oh, no. I don't think it'd be that high a couple thousand maybe it's worth it. Yeah. Because now I had a pre NUP with Marjorie, and she had me sign a prenup because she had all the money for real. And actually, I insisted on a pre NUP. And I remember she said, yes or no. Because she trusted me. And I told her don't I think that's the truth, by the way, I'm not I'm not making that up. I said you can't because I knew me she didn't get. And so do we doesn't matter because we married for so long that every bit of money I have made I've been married to her. So you know, what am I gonna do? All right Ruth. Welcome to handle on the law. Yes. Ma'am. Around four o'clock. I go to the supermarket, and I'm inside the market and the security comes up to me and tells me, you know, you're not welcome here. Right. And so I asked to speak to a manager. She takes the after the manager and the manager at that. I'm not welcome to there and the manager says, okay? And I said, wait a minute. Why why am I not welcome here? And she said that usually it's because it says, and I said wait, and she said that I need to the Martin shift manager. So I'm getting the information his name. And then that's when it security that's up and said, oh I mistake for somebody else. And I felt harassed. That's not harassment. That's a mistake. She has legit like information before approaching me down. You have you ever made a mistake in your life Ruth? I'm not that kind of state. Really? Okay. Well, let's not harassment. That's not harassment harassment. If they follow you and started screaming, they made a mistake. And you said there's no proof all talk to me. When she realised she made a mistake. Rose. She made a mistake how much money doing it's worth. Let me go. The other way, you're in front of the jury how much would you give for that? I felt like I understand it's legitimate. You felt as harassment you felt it was unfair. How does that work? All they can do Ruth Ruth. All they can do is give you money. How much is that worth? And I feel like.
"twenty two years" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In your world? Well, I'm preparing for separation, and I'm not quite sure what to do with my dad specifically, my student loan debt. Okay. A separation from your husband or your John? Sorry about. Yes. For my husband. Okay. And. So you're preparing for a separation. How long have you been married? About twenty two years. Oh my goodness. It must be bad. It's just that we are just not on the same page and more and with other things, but with money as well, it's just. It's just something. I just I just don't want to go on with. Have you guys been seeing a marriage counselor? That's something. He's not willing to do. Have you gone? No. Okay. Please do that for you. Even if he won't go. I think it will give you good emotional information. Twenty two years is a long time, and you need to have somebody walk with you who's not in the fog. If you go through this. And or give you some maybe maybe give you some information to give him a little bit of a wakeup call as well. But back to your original question, I have a friend of mine that teaches divorce recovery recovery after a divorce, and I remember many years ago hearing her say divorce turns a marriage into a business transaction. And so it comes it real quickly. The emotions are carved off and set over to one side and the actual technical legal financial details are on the other side. And it becomes a very transactional. Kind of thing at that point. Does that make sense? Yes. So here here's a couple of things to look at your student loans or your student loans. They're going to go with you unless you may or may not get alimony child support or something else. But your student loans are gonna go with you. And you're going to have to pay them. So what is your personal income? It's fifty thousand. Okay. Right. And so what you start doing is. If this is.
"twenty two years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"What's up in your world? Well, I'm preparing for separation, and I'm not quite sure what to do with my dad specifically, my student loan debt. Okay. A separation from your husband or your John? Sorry about. Yes. For my husband. Okay. And. So you're preparing for a separation. How long have you been married? About twenty two years. Oh my goodness. It must be bad. It's just that. We are just not on the same page anymore. And with other things but with money as well. And it's just it's just something. I just I just don't want to go on with. Have you guys been seeing a marriage counselor? That's something. He's not willing to do. Have you gone? No. Okay. Please do that for you. Even if he won't go. I think it will give you good emotional information. Twenty two years is a long time, and you need to have somebody walk with you who's not in the fog. If you go through this. And or give you some maybe maybe give you some information to give him a little bit of a wakeup call as well. But back to your original question, I have a friend of mine that teaches divorce recovery recovery after a divorce, and I remember many years ago hearing her say divorce turns a marriage into a business transaction. And so it comes a real quickly. The emotions are carved off set over to one side and the actual technical legal financial details are on the other side. And it becomes a very transactional. Kind of thing at that point. Does that make sense? Yes, it does. And so here's a couple of things to look at your.
"twenty two years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Kauffman was twenty two years old. We're joined now by NPR's. Leila. Fadel who's in Thousand Oaks, California, halo? Hi, hi. Can you tell us what we know? So far about what happened at the borderline bar and grill last night. Well, the Ventura County sheriff Jeff dean has identified the shooter as twenty eight year old Marine Corps veteran named Ian, David long who lives in a neighborhood. That's not too far from here and around eleven twenty last night. He walked up to this bar shot the security guard outside entered and started shooting and within three minutes sergeant Ron responded to the shooting walked into the bar right away. And he was shot multiple times. And he later died of his wounds and his colleagues. This county is family are all morning him. Now, the sheriff described the scene inside that bar as horrific and said he was responding so quickly. Shirley did save lives. Officers later found the shooter in an office near the entrance of that bar with an apparent self inflicted, gunshot wound. Is there any understanding whatsoever? Why this happened four expecting some more information soon, but at this point, no, no motive, no understanding of this was targeted or just a random act of violence at a crowded bar. The sheriff said this morning that they're trying to get a search warrant for the shooter's home in Newbury park, deputies have responded to the shooter's home in this spring, and they found him I rate a little irrational. But after mental health specialists evaluated him, they decided he wasn't harm to himself or to others. So now if they had decided he was danger under California's five one fifty law,.
"twenty two years" Discussed on GSMC Music Podcast
"Doctor after record twenty two years in the making twenty years. So we were going over the sewn Coughling waterbed. The doctor octagon love. So. His lyrics, the course container Rodham my flying waterbed to the -cation all my love for you can take a ride on my flying waterbed hand the hand, the summers brighter view particular riding my flying waterbed. No more lies and that quite knowing can take a ride on my flying waterbed, dedication, all my love for you. Then the third verse. Octagon himself. My place looked like the oracle when Golden State play. I'm a Martian with Steph, curry, face your girl. Like when I grip her ways released a fluid, like to pace, always mild in your atmosphere, skies myself with to pay. They. I forgot me in tube size. Looking like doctor j. seventy sixer and the spectrum with q-bert and automated on the mixer. Muscle man Asya watch me lift my own spaceship. You girl what? My baby's crystal Cup. People say, how high you get. I got keys to fly and trucks, and then they attribute frame. There's no drag. It's not drag mama. There's drive when we roll to Rome. It's no drag. There's no drag, mom, it's drag when we will that occasion. All my love to you. Let me lay the stream inside of you. Some nights, you're always glowing, dedication, all my love to you. So it's just a crazy song. You know when he says. Was that lyric onto. Let lady know what changes did. Just so low down the plan plans of your crib, saying cheating, look out the aircraft. I see your role in the blunt, like you big. Cheating affronting. Okay. Yeah, it's one of my favorite songs and then. Another song like on here is called Hollywood tail swinging..
"twenty two years" Discussed on Albuquerque 1000 AM
"Personal lord and savior he's just an extraordinary man and he has he has given credit for his wife he said his wife introduced him to christ and she came from a terrible background she and i were talking today and how she would witness her parents well her father beating her mother is it just a horrible horrible situation and so here you have in essence to broken people he he greg he had no relationship with his father he didn't know how to how to be a whole man he was a young man and then he is in prison for twenty two years what i can tell you is oh my goodness how god is a healer meaning when you not just give your life to christ but there was a man who reached out to him to greg and it turned his life around he's one of the neatest skies he and his wife do marriage conferences spurs an upset conferences i'm talking about like like he said i'm taking now he said i think he said twenty two or thirty thirty two some of our material he said i'm going to be using your material in prisons because he speaks at prisons he he you know he he's just being used powerfully got an isa very credible person he has been a blessing at our ministry and i just thought it would cheer there's a a marvelous passage about our master refiner meaning god is our refiner in the bible describes how he sits as a refiner purifying like like gold in in the heat of the furnace of affliction he he finds us philippians one six says being comforted this that who he who began a good work in you will carry it onto completion will carry it onto completion he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion now greg was saying that over the heart had been a part of his healing because he didn't he acted so he talked with me personally about how he he didn't have modeling for relationships and here he found at our ministry people who loved him cared about him heard him you know it just it was just a blessing to hear how the team members here head minister to his heart and he wants to be everything he needs to be for his wife so he's going back to the future employer who's going to be really it's gonna be special how god's gonna use him in the future and yet he said i can't believe i didn't know about your material earlier you know before he came here but what i'm telling you is it you know whatever the background is whatever wrong choices we've made including me i'm talking about me to whatever whatever's in the past is in the past that was then this is now that was then this is now once we truly allowed the lord to take our pain use it for his purpose and literally set us free from prison for that mean by prison is there are a lot of walking quote unquote free people who are in prison there in prison too the pain of the past emotionally they're imprisoned to wrong mindsets they're not free and there are people who were in a physical prison who are literally free because they've had changed lives through christ through prison ministry by the way i'm very impressed i love at times to the participants speaking at prisons taking margaret tar and singing and are you talking about change lives what i want to encourage you is in is in this don't the people and cement just because people have made wrong choices those are good motivations to now make right choices because the pain of the wrong choices are incredible and in the midst of your own personal storms you can drown of despair you can hold on to the anchor of christ what does that mean to hope and god how can we hang onto him when everything pulls us away in japan spock hope the anchor of your soul the purpose plans and promises.
"twenty two years" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Feel bad okay well i was married for about twenty two years and i found out that my husband was having an affair so course you know you go through all the stuff but i was really take off so i cleaned around the commode with his to brush and then put it back and just kind of would watch him brushes people man and then he was very particular about its clothing so i would just go in the closet and pop buttons off of his dress shirts and get ready for work search and he would be missing the button and he would just be aggravated and i that was my purpose let's just aggravating why not leave i did i did i'm actually sitting at the bank right now just getting ready to cash his element how much how would you get what how much maginnis day laugh reads a lot good show could change do you enjoy cashing that alimony check i do and i yes i do twenty years long time so but the toothbrush i enjoyed watching him breakfast well your cleanse hey what the hey what you cleanse monday morning thank you for the call thank you for listening to you hope you have a wonderful day we're getting monday morning confessions on that no mark.
"twenty two years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Woman because you've got a new book coming out in november called when women rule the world this was ancient egypt and first of all i think it would come as a huge surprise to a lot of people that there was ever any time when women ruled the world it's true and it's only an egypt where you have this divine kingship par excellence the king is a god and if that king dies and there's no man to rule after him the would very often say okay we're going to go with a chick we're going to go with a girl she's got the blood of this divine king and her veins and they bowed down before her as their new god incarnate well how many women were there who ruled as pharaoh ios as pharaohs five that we know of if natale chris is more than just a fairytale than six and then there were many many other women who ruled on behalf of their sons their brothers as the one pulling the strings but didn't necessarily get the credit for it was the greatest of these was hatshepsut she ruled for twenty two years this was the golden age of egypt how did she come to power she came to power as the high priestess called the god's wife of amun and she was appointed as such by her father during his reign and went to this is the first died hardships became queen to her half brother is the second and yes this was a common strategy this incestuous relationship and the second was sickly if you look at his mummy he had smallpox marks all over his face in an enlarged heart and he died after only three years of rule.
"twenty two years" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"twenty two years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"After twenty two years in the fbi mccabe now out over an inspector general's report finding he allowed fbi officials to speak with a reporter about the clinton foundation probe and then misled investigators who asked him about it mccabe according to sources has denied misleading anyone abc news chief justice correspondent pierre thomas mccabe responded with a long statement friday night here's two excerpts the president's tweets have amplified and exacerbated at all he called for my fire he called for me to be stripped of my pension after more than twenty years of service here is the reality i am being singled out and treated this way because of the role i played the actions i took the events i witnessed in the aftermath of the firing of james comey florida's department of transportation has an engineer left a voicemail two days before a catastrophic bridge failure to say some cracking had been found at one of the concrete span areas however the voicemail wasn't heard because the employee was out of the office on a simon meanwhile the number of dead could rise as team searched the rubble and are expected to start removing cars from under the bridge and just a few hours a desperate rescue mission now a painstaking recovery amid the rubble to reach those eight cars pinned underneath nine hundred and fifty tons of concrete and steel teams using heavy machinery to break the debris into smaller pieces authorities bracing to find more victims abc's victor oquendo at the scene and for the first time in ncaa tournament history a sixteenth seed knocked off a number one seed and it wasn't even close the university of maryland baltimore county upset virginia by twenty points you're listening to abc news have you ever thought about saying goodbye to your job just walking into your boss and saying i quit and how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago a thirty nine year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent twenty million dollars in three years to.