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$sv bob ehrlich is desperate, and he'll say anything to get elected. negative attacks the media have repeatedly called "dishonest" and "total malarkey." and why can't we trust bob ehrlich? because he raised taxes and fees by $3 billion then denied it... because he says he's for us, but made $2.5 million at a special interest lobbying firm. and ehrlich says he'll cut education again if elected governor. bob ehrlich-- a career politician we really can't trust.
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inherits a billion-dollar surplus, low unemployment. o'malley signs the biggest tax hike in maryland history. raids chesapeake bay fund to cover spending. gives raises to top aides. business climate ranks 45th worst in the nation. now 200,000 jobs lost. o'malley covers up jobs report that proved maryland's economy stalled. if re-elected, o'malley will raise taxes again.
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whether he does, is up to you.
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cooked numbers, false attacks. the truth? frank kratovil is ranked one of the 10 most independent members of congress. frank kratovil does not follow anybody's party line he looks at his district, his family, the community, and that's the important thing to him. endorsed by the chamber of commerce, the nra, veterans, and police officers. as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics, in washington i've tried to do the same. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message.
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bob ehrlich says he wants to fix maryland. but he increased state spending by record amounts. ehrlich raised $3 billion in taxes and fees... including property taxes... and a 40% increase in college tuition. and now he's made over $1 billion in new promises... with no plans to pay for them... except for cutting education. cuts that will lay off teachers and increase class sizes.
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that's not a budget. and bob ehrlich's not the kind of leader... we can trust.
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>> it will be a "dog day %-the park, celebrates the grand reopening of the humane society. julie, joins us this morning, with more n what's going on, and, i think she may nnt be there -- julie. she's run off to walk the dogs. is she back now? are you there. >> hi. i'm here. >> i'm so glad. p> good morniig. >> we want to see these cute little dogs. this is very funny.
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>> yes. well, we have lots of dogs andú kit -- kiitens back. and we just did a renovation. bark in the park, 10-4, we hhve 98 walks going to be here. with five live bands and food and fun for families, kids and dogs. >> that one dog, has founn all the food he needs. >> thankkyou so much. bark in he park, setting operating it, tomorrow at 11 a.m. for more, log onto our website. >> looking for a spot. taking a look. looking dry out there. dry this week, but, wasn't that way yesterday. look for, the chance of showers, moving through,,later in the day. but, just an outside chance. 28% chance today. and t will be a ripple, that
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may be theeculprit. generally dry conditions, and more so as we move through the next couple of days. %-rain, and another low, movese through, that could bring us ú%at light shower. but, again, not a whole lot of so, the winds that we're picking -p today. hiih and low. and that's something that we need to keep in mind. it will be wwndy, today and tomorrow. otherwise, keeping our eyes on paula, it is expected to steer out to sea. to afffct us. but we'll keep an eye on it. but, righttnow, a lot of things to favor, its movement to the east. >> here's whaa we have, 49 degrees, down at the harbor. and, ccol start, 44 degrees, an3 -9, real chilly, out in oakland. %-up to 67 degrees, and, winds
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will be up to 35-miles-per-hour, and, some of the showers that are possible. but, generally, again, it will be a dry day, and only gets better as far as sky conditions. and, wins up around, 15-20. and back tt the wess. temperatures, getting up to 63 degrees, and partly-cloudy skies. and winds, 46 degrees. and west-northwest, up to 30. and then tomorrow, still windy for the baltimore running festival. it will be nicc enough. with thh sunshine, and cooler temperatures. so, a little breezy, anda sunshine. 65 degrees, and mostly clear, and 67 wiih a channe of a3 passing shower. and 59 degrees, and mostly clear for thursday. >> we neee to check on the roadways, to see what the commute looks like this morning.
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>> thank you. well, it is friday, and we getú the weekend off to a great there. >> right now, on the beltway, 62-mileesper-hour, and 57 on tte p> we want tootalk about route 40, ttaveling right near the region. anddreport of a fire activity. and we'll continue to keep you updated. flashing lights.'lllfind and as for the beltwaa, let's take a live-look, at route 40, and you can see, it's starting to become a cramped ide, and that's the deal, down towards 95. right at 195. take a live-look there, and show you. there's nothing to get in the way. >> looking good. ann, in fact, that continues, from the bellway, right near 395
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exit, and then, up towards for the mchenrr tunnel. and we'vv been talking aaout road close shores, 5:30, and for a complete list, go to our website. >> that'' a look at the traffic, >> thank >> still ahead, >> again to share their stories of the time spent underground. hear one man's account of what it was like. >> hey can bake a cake, but can they whip up a [ male announcer ] martin o'malley sworn in.
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inherits a billion-dollar surplus, low unemployment. o'malley signs the biggest tax hike in maryland history. raids chesapeake bay fund to cover spending. gives raises to top aides. business climate ranks 45th worst in the nation. now 200,000 jobs lost. o'malley covers up jobs report that proved maryland's economy stalled. if re-elected, o'malley will raise taxes again. whether he does, is up to you.
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>> new this morning, the baltimore mayor is a cueseddof purposely remmving a white
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%--ity council president., while and calling it falls. jennifer cotes insists that she was forced to removeethe employee. >> teachers, in baltimore ccty would base their pay largely on performance. more than 1,,00 voted against it, vvrsus the more than 1,100 who voted for it. andre plans to address the outcome today, and they say, they'll come up with the new plan before the current ontract expires, october 28th. -he company fighting to bring -lots, reveals its plan for a world-class gaming facility. the cordish company says, several restaurants, like ruth chris steakhouse, and, the cheesecake factorty, and it
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deeends on voters, they'll deccde whether to allow them at the mall on election day. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> usually i try to beat the pants off oo everyone who tries to take me on for pigskin predictions, and i wwuld let them win, if they would bake me3 a cake. [laughter] >> ace of cakes, and his partner, in crime, is here, for the predictions. >> good morning. >> can we workkit out? >> yeah, but you''e going to lose. >> i'm going to lose. >> soomuch for that. [laughter] >> two against one. >> ravens-pats. >> what was the score of the >> 100 --ame? >> 27-10,,ravens. no, 5.
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because i'll add on an extra touchdown. [laughter] >> i like picking on him. he looks like -- >> he does. >> too old, age inappropriate haircut. >> but his wife doesn't mind it. -p>> wwat is that? [laughter]ue suit. >> the ravens -- >> all right. >> cleveland browns-pittsbuugh steelers. i'll let you go first. >> i can't give you a score on3 this one. conflict of interrst. iill be the quarrerback for the browns. ú%aughter] >> they are bringing in thee3 rookie. >> is it you? i didn't now you were he nnw quarterback. [laughter] >> okay. [laughterr >> i'm guessing you'reegoing with the steelers. have i to say -- >> i can't agree with you on this one.
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>> ♪ >> with charlie batch -- >> we'll never get ttrough this. >> "big ben." >> countdown. >> and the winner is. browns -- >> going with the browns. [laughter] >> i don't want to go with the steelers either. >> they'll probably win. >> go with the browns. [laughter] >> o we can lose this again. >> redskins, i'm going with the redskins. just because they have the momentum. i think they can robablyylose. but i'll go with them. >> they did get a little shook up. but, i'll go with them. >> wow! >> falcons-philadelphia. >> i don't know - >> we're going colts. >> okay. >> okay. -p>> fallons-eagles. vick i know hh wants tooplay. >> isn't hh all banged-up?
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>> yeah. >> yeah. falcons. >> i think so. the aisle go with the eagles. now, somebody is going to lose their job, if they don't win ttis. p> yes. %-somebody ii losing their job. >> did you see -- favre's arm? >> people like to talk more than me. cowboys..3 >> me too.ú >> log on and give us our predictions. you could win $25, from kentucky fried chicken. and let's get back to the cake. >> so, ah, your seat good?
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got the mirrors all adjusted? you can see everything ok? just stay off the freeways, all right? i don't want you going out on those yet. and leave your phone in your purse, i don't want you texting. >> daddy... ok! ok, here you go. be careful. >> thanks dad. >> and call me--but not while you're driving. we knew this day was coming. that's why we bought a subaru.
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>> several of the formerlyú hospittll officials say, most iffnot all should be released over the weekend. we're hearing first hand, just %-collapsed and what it was like being trapped underground. >> nicole joins us liie, goodú morning. >> good morning, the types of stories, range from the 28th miner who was rescued who said he was waitiig to die, to the -1st, who didn't know if his wife or mistress would be at the top. >> with all safely aboveeground, their stories, of their time re >> i think he worst thing is to pass 3, 4, 5 days without food. might nottbe any future. >> the 28th miner to be rescued, tells f losing 27 pounds and
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the fear of dying, leaving behind his unborn child. >> i was afraiddthat i was not going to meet the child on the way. it most scared me. >> they're said to be in relatively good health. first three were released thursday night,,and rest expected out by sunddy. physical health looks good, but psychological impact is not known. but, with the spotlight, on %-to light, and may findcoming themselves in a different kind of hole. the ordeal revealed some of the mistreeses.3 the 21st miner was greeted not woman..3 >> money is another cooplication, that they will face. some expected to be offered book deals, and movie rights, and gifts, that could change their
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lives. repooting live, i'm nicole collins. >> for the most part they are all inngood health, and given a clean bill of health, anything that doctors are still looking out for? telling them that they can't do? >> well, there are two men, they won't give us the names, that have sooe issues, onn witt some respiratooe problems. so that's good news, ann another mannhas some eye issues. but they can both be released sometime this weekend. aa for what thhse men can and were released have not been that -iven any restrictions. a clean clean bill of health. maybe use the dark sunglasses. >> all right. good for them. now they can beginnto get back to life as they knew it. >> thank you. >> coming up, friday means facebook feedbaak here.
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stay tuned, to ee what you are talking about online. >> i'm joel d. smith, live near the finish-line, 22,000 runners, do it for ddfferent reasons, some to challenge, and others some to challenge, and others for the race shir i like a party as much as the next gal but, come on. $60,000 for one dinner held by the department of justice. $66 per person just for bagels at one of the nasa's shindigs. i cracked down because big government shouldn't be funding big banquets with your money. some people say i'm a bit of a tightwad. i say, i'm barbara mikulski and i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you.
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imagine denying a pregnant woman the choice of health care providers.
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only one senator voted with big insurance over pregnant women: andy harris. protecting our bay? harris was the only one to vote against cleaning up toxic waste sites. he always sides with the polluters, one of the worst environmental records in the senate. and harris was the only one to vote against extending education for special needs kids. no wonder his republican colleagues think he's too extreme. we can't afford his extreme ideas. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message >> welcome back to "fox 45" morning ews. 7:31 is the time. taking a live-look at downnown baltimore. i'm pptrice harris.. it is friday, ann your turn to -ound off, about anything that ú%u want. let's know what is on your mind.
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just go o facebook.comm o become a fan. and join the conversation. >> let's check in with meteorologist steve fertig, and the weekend weather. >> pretty and more sunshine. and all the dreary conditions, and all that rain. chance for light shower, and it will be dry, and that's what you are looking at. ú%at system that movee off to the northeast. in.ú but, as i say, most s gging to be dry. but windier today. 15-20-miles-per-hour. and the starting teeperatures, and cooler also. as that low departs and another one pushes through, and just a few locations. and high pressure builds in, and it does ggt windy, today and tomorrow, upwards of 25-30-miles-per-hour. and in some locations, and sunny, and cool. next chance of rrin doesn't come until tuesday or wednesday. and then, about a 30% chance.
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>> what's happening, on thee3 roadways? >> here's canddce. >> weel, it is relatively quiet, this morning. 295, not seeing anything toú complain about there. just a volume that continues to build there. >> and, down towards 95. as far as the northbound lanes, in the clear, and 95 looking3 good as well. >> up towards route 32. >> nine-minute drive, taking it from the harbor tunnel to 95. and a-okay ride, and increasing there. 13 minutes, and no incidents to get in your way. >> that's a look at the morning travels. back tt you. >> it's the 10th anniveesary of the baltimore marathon, whether you're art of the 20,000 people running in it or thousands more
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trying to drive around it,,it joel d. smith is at the finish-line, why this has grown over these years. >> people love it, for a lottof different reasons, and they love the shirrs. it's annattraction. and this is what you get, if you finish, how about that big oldú metal to remember? i have dave with me, nd ten years, i mean, when it started, 7,000 folks, did we think it >> we had no idea, ten years ago, that, today, we wiil be, having 22,000 runners from 24 countries, joel. that's great. >> how is this ranked now, when %-the world wanting to compete, and win money? top-ten. we'll have over 140,000 ii cash and total prizes. we're right there.
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>> we know, kenyanns in, but yyu can win. %-first champion, and give your 23,000 first place prize. >> ttis is what it would look like. and then we'll wake up and realize this is not going top had a. you do have the trophy ere as well. >> this is an event, thattpeople come for so many different reasoos. you hear so many different stories. >> yes, that's one of the great parts. you have met sooe oo the people today, and you will meet, a 5ker next. we have 22,000 people, and 22,000 stories to tell. >> perfect. every step along the way, people are going to go for their own reasons..3 and we found that other race. last issa relay. people split it uu in four parts.ú >> well, oo're a pro, at this.
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ú%u might be able to take home that check. >> as long as i run the first and last..3 i don't know how that would work. [laughter] >> i think steve is itching to run.ú >> we'll put something together. >> we do have several people that are running. emily, and one of the photographers, and joon, so, a3 lot of folks here. >> they are. it will be exciting for them. everybody, have a safe, and happy timeout there. and we'll be able to see you in >> yes. all right. thank you. >> well, for a ooplete list of road-closures, go to the website >> a man is charged with six counts of assault, of an opening they arrested, david ellison, thursday. they ay sixxpeople were doing work, thursday when ne of them
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heard a man yelling. another reported hearing gunshots and police searched his home, and recovered several weapons. no one was hurt. >> city police serve for a woman,,missing since thursday morning, betty sullivannwas laat ú%en at the best western otel.3 the 77-year-old ii said to be delukessal. she was wearing a greenn3 sweatshirt. anyone who ay hhae seen her, should call 9-1-11 p> flu season is officially here, the first case of swinee3 flu is now confirmed. this case involves the same strain from last year's pandemic. the adult was hospitalized and %-the flu vaccine protects agait ú%n1.
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6-months-old get vaccinated. state officials were first in line to get it. >> getting a flu shot every year %-yourself, and your loved ones, from serious disease. last year. >> the hartford countt residents, can get it, a drive through flu clinic, at the stadium in aberdeen. $20, and protects against the three main flu strainss if you live, in altimore county, get a free shot tomorrow , 1-4, but shots are availablee on a first come, >> is it a bird?s. a plane or something out of this world? %-object, in manhhttaa, the cros could not help but stare.
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they also took some guesses, as to what it might be. >> maybe "superman.""3 >> maybe wonder woman. >> i think t's a balloon. >> yeah. >> i don't know. >> i doo't know. [laughter] >> you don't want to say. >> i'm looking for the mother ship. >> the n.y.p.d., nd i have a vey rising said they got calls but they cannot say what it was. >> how one man managed to fit a love story into his account. >> aabusy ride on the westside here's a livv-look, and a lot of cars are bunching up there, down towards wilkins avenu
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serious, i tried my hand at stand yipe comedy last night. >> it was all a part of the funniest celebrity cootest.3 aad i was the first one to take the stage. >> anytime i go et this ball out of the closet, see more so, my sister calls me, to tell me that my three--ear old niece was watchhng shark tales. -er favorite movie, and she's watching it, and she uns to the bathroom, she's so excited, that
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door, and she pees all over the floor. if you don't wrap this up, i might ee on the floor. >> how is that different. >> i can't -- -p>> i hurt my knee. >> people nd puppies, all ding the same thing. you get excited, you pee on the floor, and you get nnrvous, and, when you come up, don't pee on the floor. %-me to put myself through this, it was for a good cause. it was part of a fundraiser for the university of maryland %-anddi thought he was going toe too afraid to say anythhng. and i just kept going. >> yeah. >> i had a lot to say. >> because, tte number 1 fear is public speaking. >> right. >> that's a hard thing to pull off. it is very different to tell a
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jokee >> looking for hat exact response. >> yes. great job. >> third place. >> i did, theecommissioner came in first. you diin't know he was funny. >> i ddd ometimes. >> here's what we see, we do llok like weere njoying a dry day, today, and he winds will beea factor. look at ouu radar, in motion. a couple light shhwers, and most of it, has steered well to the north and east. again, we'll ttlk about the winds, because the low that brought us that rain has moved off, and now, sit beeween the low and highhppessure, behind it. and 15-20-miles-per-hour. upwards of 30 later today. intt saturday, here's what we're looking at, also at paula, towards the atlantic ocean and, move to the east. aad we'll watch, in case it does take a turn.
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but, it doess't look like it will be that way right now. 49 degrees, in baltimore, and 51 in dc. -nd, a real chilly 39 in oakland, and we expect temperatures to climb more than yesterday. %-and 15-25-miles-per-hour wind. it could be a light shower. but, it will be dry. central part of maryland. 66 degrees, and gusting to 30, aad then back to the westt high 63 degrees. and also, the winds up to 15-20. >> winds about the same. 46 overnight low, and mainly clear skies. so, we'll still talk about the winds. and so, if you are involved, with the baltimore running festival. then you deal with the winds tomorrow. a little bit higher, with the sunshine. and look pretty. and tteperatures, on the cool side of 64.
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doesn't feel bad, running in the ii the low 50s. %-anddnot as windy, and then 65n monday. and see a shower return. and, 59 cooler. now, here's candace with a check on the traffic. >> thank yyu. we do continue to monitorrthe conditions as far as the streets and we like the nummers. 62-miles-per-hour, there. and westside, 57-miles-per-hour, near the secuuity boulevard. and then, it slows down. 29, and we want to talk about an incidenttin baltimore, it is all because after disabled trainn and it is blocking the road..3 shutting down, the street. and, always, right at the same location. -nd we'll continue to keep you up-to-date. you'll want to use austin street.
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on 95, through the area. live looo, right at the none nell, and we haven't had any incidents, just that congestion there, coming down from the toll %-cleer, and that's the case, up towards the beltway. >> taking a live-look, in baltimore county. the usually cramped spot not bad. and do you know toward 83. and, in baltimore county. let's take live-look there. nothing to cooplain about. nnrttbound, and southbound lanes down towards 695. that's a look at the morning travees. >> still ahead, it's time to let it all out. tell us what you're thinking about a
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>> it's friday, wow. that means thh time for fox 45 viewwrs to sound off about anything that you want. we've been asking you to let us know, what is on your mind. a lot of you, have a lot of things to say. >> ruth says, i'm tired of every -ime there's a fatal shooting, police alling, to ban all guns. have they stopped teaching our constitution in schools? >> was it just me, or at the debate, if eyes could kill, they would have killed each other. >> ben says the bike lane is a great idea, but you have to drivinggin it.w about cars i haven't seen one car get a ticket yet. welcome back, candacee >> monique says, i'm so glad god kept those miners safe. ú%d rhonda says, come on, ravens, sack brady, i agree with
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that. >> we just had to show you this picturee kevin sent us a photo of his3 dog. raven fan. exprrssing his feelinns about3 the most hated rival, the steelers. >> well, no matter where you are ffom, send us photos, showing off thh purple pride, and click on community features seconds. >> prepare to scream, six flags, this month. putting history on
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>> in 1971, a war strategiss concluded that the role was based on decades of lies. he leaked 7,000 pages of top
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secret documents to the times. watergate, and ppesident nixon's resignation, followed. and now, the film, the most dangerous man in america. >> making him available, along with the co-director. >> good morning. why retell ttis story, and how does it feel to revisit it all again? > well, first of all, the story was, t is a riveting story. as you said, this warrior, who turns against the war. and you havv, the vietnam wwr as the backdrop. and watergate, and the president of the united states, attacking the press, and a big first amendment battle, and attacking daniels buug himself. soo there's a drama, any
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filmmaker's dream. when ww started the film, in 2004, we were in the middle of two wars. we were lied into iraq war like vietnam. the afghanistan war is escalating like the vietnam war. and, the lessons, the events, and action that's people took, according to their conscious, in the 1960s, that you will see, have so much -- so much relevance to today, and today's events. >> i want to talk about what some of it is. what waa it like to see all of this, unfold again? >> well, i'll tell youua personal touch. ricc and judy made a terrific documentary. amazing. came up with some shots,
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correlates with thiigs that i was saying. but, a personal touch as, i love the fact hat hey did bring out the love story that's gone on with my wife, patricia, married, 40 years, now. seeing how gorggous she was, in those days, particularly, is, wonderful. i can't see that movie, too many times for that reason. >> that's sweet. >> on the other hand, reliving, seeing bombing planes, and load after load, and seeing the ann anguish on the people below is hard to bear each time i see it. we dropped four times the3 tonnage of world war ii, on indothine na and went on and on no way to expect, from one month to the next, that the war would ever end. as the movie shoos, it did end, by a lot of people, waking up,
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and doing what they could, under our system of governmentt to president, who's afraid to be the ne to lose a war. thhy managed to end the war. success story. >> well, i appreciate you gentlemen joining us. very interesting story. a lot of great history, for people who want to remember that time.ú thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> good to be here. >> yoo're watchingg"fox 45" morning news, all local, all [ male announcer ] need a better way to save for the things you want? meet pnc virtual wallet. it comes with a wish list, that helps you set aside money for the stuff that really matters... just put the things you want on your wish list... and contribute money when you feel like it... then, watch as you get closer to getting what you want. wish list is built to make saving a whole lot more fun. experience all the ways virtual wallet can help you save at
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fertig.3 >> nice form. >> he did. he was great. >> yes. ravens looking great, should be - dry week, looking good up there. nottfor the pats. >> looking pretty, sunshine, and cool side, 50 degrees now, and we have 53 in dc. and, oakland, 38 degrees, so you have a right to feel chilly there. >> a few showers, and, most of the rain from yesterday, low pressure cenner. but, sit between low and high pressuue. winds pick up. and that will become part of the bus stop. and 66 is where we're headed. only got into the 50's. and winds gusting as higg as 30-miles-per-hour. >> let's see what's happening, on the roadways now. >> thank you, well, we're talking about an incident in baltimore, it's goinggto be a disabled train that's shutting
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down bush, right at ready street. use austin. >> now as far as 95, let's take a live-look. and, it is going to be a source of coun jestion there. from the toll plaza. no significant incidents to get -n the way. right now, doon towards the beltway, 55-miles-per-houu, and the top end of the beltway, volume continues to increase there. 95 up towards 83. and same deal ffom 795. 46-miles-per-hour there. that's a look at the morning travels. -ack to you. >> what started as a smaal local into an international running event. five different raccs, includiig the marathon, will staat tomorrow at 8 a.m.
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>> now, live, to tell us how this race has affected the city ú%er the course of the last decade. >> yes, started small and now huge. local charity, and all becauss people want to e here, for the event. a lot of different reasons. we want to talk tt madeleine about that. >> your first 5k is going to be here. youuhave asthma. how is this gging to work? work with different to for it, does help get it under control..3 >> now, people might say, she's been dealing with this for a long time. first 5k. ann just learning you got ii. >> yes. that's true. onll maybe in the last year, when i first got it. whht? going to let it stop me. >> people are thinking at home,
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isn't this dangerous. >> well, i have beee working with getting hings under control. and i do have tte support,,they said good luck..3 make sure that i don't haveú problems. i still can do it. i'm determined to finish. >> show this, you can do what you want to do. >> good lesson. all kinds of lessons, and stories. all part of the marathon. a lot of different people, will be coming through here, takes. >> good luck to her and everybody. road-closuues downtown, because of the race, go to our website. >> a 14-year-old girl accused the murder is scheduled toobe
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-rraigned today. >> she'll appear in a coortroom, she's accused of shooting and killing the 44-year-old, in august. it happened during an attempted robbery, and pulled out the gun when they laughed at her. the second man surrived. >> two teens,,face felony assault charges. %-the incident happened, last week, in a south river high school hallway. jacob dick, and vernon johnson. beat aaotthr teen, that he hadú to be flown to shock trauma. and could ggt up to 25 years >> flu season is here, the first case, is now connirmed, and state health officials say, the from last yyar, is recovering this morning.
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ttis year's vaccine protects against the strains, that are expected to hit us the hardest this year. now, there's a push that everyone, over 6-months-old get state and llcal officials werr first in line to get the flu >> getting a flu shot evvry year is the best way to protect yourself, and your loved ones from serious disease. >> killed about 12,000 peopll last year.ú >> the county ppess a end dids you can get the shots today, and, you don't have to get out of the car. a drive-through lu clinic will be held, at ripken stadium. the shots are $20 and protect against the three main strains. >> if youly in baltimore county3 you can get a free shot, tomoorow, at the community center. doors will be open from 1-4, but, they are available on first come first serve basis.
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>> teachers, in baltimore city reject the new contract, that ú%uld base the payy largely on performance..3 thousands were at the high school, thursday to, caat the ballots. more than 1,500 voted against it, versus the more than 1,100 who voted for it. >> a representative, stepped forward, and, teacher accountabilityy >> i don't understand why it is a rush to vote this thing in. why the union feels the rush to vote it in. i'm not happy wiih this. >> the c.e.o. plans to ddress the outcome of the vote. the officials say, everyoneewill go back to the table, and come up with a new ppan,,before theú current contract expires, on october 28th. >> this s no way to end your driver's ttst. in pennsylvania, a driver ccashed right into he dmv.
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the car plowed through, when the driver was dropping off the -icense examiner. and you're watchhng, into the dmv it goes. ú%u might think this person was a teen. but, this driver is 34-years-olú ú% wwll, is it a bird or a plane or something out of this world? camerasscaptuued an object, in the sky, in manhattan. guesses assto what ittmight be. >> maybe "superman." >> maybe wonder woman. >> you would rather ittbe wonder womann3 >> i think it's a balloon. >> i don't know. >> i don't know. >> you don't want to say. >> i'm looking for the mother ship. -p>> the n.y.p.d. and federal aviation administration say they got calls but neither can say what it was.
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>> coming up, it is not as easy as you might think. >> people, puppies, all doing the same thing. and you pee on the floor. i need to go. >> that's so out f contexx. a peek at my comedy you ro teen. maybe i'm not funny. >> but, she came in third place. a little bit. so, we'll be
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imagine denying a pregnant woman the choice of health care providers. only one senator voted with big insurance over pregnant women: andy harris. protecting our bay? harris was the only one to vote against cleaning up toxic waste sites. he always sides with the polluters, one of the worst environmental records in the senate. and harris was the only one to vote against extending education for special needs kids. no wonder his republican colleagues think he's too extreme. we can't afford his extreme ideas. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message
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>> i was the first one to take the stage, talking about the
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comparison, between my dog and my niece. >> anytime i get itt he pees on the floor, he's that excited about it. >> so, my sister callssme, to tell me, that my niece, was watching, shark ttles, her favorite movie on d.v.d., and she runs to the baahroom, but she's so excited, that she's still peeking, so her eyes don't disconneet. and she pees all over the floor. >> if you don't wrap this up, i might pee on the floor. >> how is that different? >> i can't lift my leg, i hurtú >> people and puppies. you get excited, and you pee on the floorr and with that, i need to go, and commissioner, don't pee on the ú%oor. -p>> veey good. >> the only thing that could possibly get mm to put myself through this, was if it was for
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a gooo cause, it was. part of a fundraaser, for hospital for children. and i just think, everybody, thank thank you for invittng me out there. i was a lot less nervous. you ddd great. ú% i think, you have a bigger appreciation for those that -- >> absolutely. people who do this, my hat is off to you. it's hard. but i see how you could get >> maybe -- >> i need more mmterial. >> i think it was strong. >> temperatures, climbing, higher than yesterday. nuuber easy. at, the sky-watch, in motion. light showers, trying to push in. that rain has pushed off. another low is going to move %-chance for rain. us that not much at all. it will be a ssrinkle.
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but, dry conditions, and winds that will be picking up. between the low pressure and high pressure. building, and that will bring it, upwards of 30-miles-per-hour. so, latee today, into saturday as well. and keep an eye on paula, as we wwtch it move further off to the east. >> move away from the u.s. mainland, and there is a shot, that it could move. a lot oo things in its favor. like that front, and a jet3 stream. but you never know. keep an eye on it. >> 50 degrees, and 53 in dc. and, 48 egrees in hagerstown. >> climb, likk i said, a little more than yesterday. >> 67 degrees foo the high. and, maybe a chance of light shower. gusting to 35. eepect to get up to 66.
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15-20-miles-per-hour, gusting to 30-miles-per-hour. and wiis a factor, and tomorrow. if you're participating in the running fest take valley. some windy conditions. otherwise, nice. suuny skies, and temperatures, in the low 0s, and then,ú climbing to about, 54 degrees. a little afttr thh noon hour.3 but, the winds will be, wwrking %-68 degrees on sunday. looking better.3 65 on monday. and then, 67 with a shower chance. and just 30% chance. 59 degrees.3 and thursday cooling down. >> see what's happening on the roadways. ú%re's candace. >> thank you. well, we've seen, on the
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beltway, moving through, and, in fact, right now, 33-miles-per-hour. doinggbetter, just a little bit further up. that's at 58-miles-per-hour there. >> we do needdtt talk about out in quite a few locations. also, at oakley road, irginia avenue, pennsylvania avenue, right near the courthouse. be aware of this..3 use extra causing. ú% now, the beltway, right near york road, see how that is shaping up for you. >> fair-share of volume. bbtt so far, so good. >> that's the same deal, down towards the 83's. >> and, a live look, at warren road, north and southbound laans. that continues to be the deal. >> as for the jfx, we're in the %-fair-share of company there..3
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>> outhbound, and then, into tte downtown region. and we have been talking about %-road-closures, 5:30, and thers a whole lot of them to talk about. go to the website. >> that's a look at the traffic. back to you. >> thank you. coming up, doos your child have a mass phobia? help get your hild. >> that's the burger -- >> what's really, in that big mac? the shocking amount of time that has ggne by, since one
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>> halloween is just around the corner. so, what scares you he most? mask phobia is common, sylvan -earning center, has some tips for your kids tt get iito the numbers game. >> good morning. >> nice to be back. >> this is probably very common. math was not my favorite. >> yeah, math intimidates a lot math is the number 1 subject that parents and kids want help with. we can help you. >> so why is that? intimidated by. >> people think it is aahard subject.3 you hear them saying, my fourth grade math teacher. and i didn't like 6th great math and it is, there's no reaaon for your dad elped you. >> he did.
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step-by-step. only way i was able to not e intimiddted.ú's the same think you >> every kid needs a little bit of help. and so does every adult. so, if a kid needs help, why not give it to them? we have a new work book free. 30 page work book. google the ords syllan learning math work book. and it has fun facts. 293 ways to make change for a dollar. get kids to figure that. >> if ou count to a million it takes you twelve days. if you count to a billion, it will take you 32 yearss tell him to go in. in he timeout room, and twelve days later he can come back out. >> what bout parents? not all adults have aught onno this math thing.
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parents can't alwayssgive it. >> it is important to stay positive. if you had a baddexperience, keep your mouth shut, that you hated math. when you go ut to -innee, and say i on't know how to figure out the tip. you're saying it's okay, and it is not. getting those miners out of that mine, after 70 days. you think that could have been %-all the people counted on mat? so, it is a part of our lives. >> you ave to earn it, step-by-step. it is hard to catch up. >> what a smart thing to say. math is like buildinn a house, need a strong foundation. %-a difficclt time, get help for your kid. get that foundation. p> all right. they can get that with you guys. >> they can.
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>> thank you so much for coming in. >> if you need more information, you can log onto our website. >> commng up, gettreadyyto tailgaae for the ravens, and we have a a reeipe that you want to test out. >> swing away, we'll tell you wearing shirts ♪
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the pats, and ravens' fans have a big appetite for the win. so, they have a recipe that will ffll you up. a tee-bone.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ hi, i'm lee, and steve, we're the clever clever brothers. >> tailgating.ú >> we got one heck of a recipe. >> it's called tight-end tee-bone. >> glazed tee-bone. p> taak about this. this is one of the best looking pieces of meat. you havv tenner loin, and new york strip. you want to do this, salt and pepper. and then on the grill. >> rub that in..3 don't be shy. -p>> pop it on the grill. >> have ne. >> yes. >> let's make the glaze. i'm going to add some barbbcue sauce. >> yes. >> garlic. donnt go too heavy. very strong. >> how about some so i sauce.
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why not? some grade the ginger. this is a cool glaze. do ittahead of time, if you and mix it up, allows all the flavors to come together. ú% we have toocook the steak. when you put the steak on,,what you want to do,,is ppt some nice grill marks, and also want to seal in them uucess >> when you get to those doneness, hit it wiih the glaze. >> this is annther one that follows that s.e.c. ittwill be simple. easy to prepare. and elegant. >> put the glaze on, at the end, because, add some sugar, and you don't want it to burn.ú >> as simple as that. tight-end glazes tee-bone, best wishes and reat dishes.
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>> toto get the recipe,,click on the website. >> these dogs are all geared up for when they take on the pats, sherry sent us this picture, full of purple pridee looking ffr he fans, showing off tte purple pride. click on the community eature seconds. >> get scared silly. win tickets to six flags. >> near the finish-line, the 10th year. can you belieee it? up next, what really was the difference
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welcome back tt "fox 45" morning news..3 8:30 is theetime.ú i'm patrice harris. get a check of the forecast. steve fertig is here.ú a lot going on. >> not looking too scary, with theeforecast. we'll talk with them.
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>> weather-wise, looking better. we had that rain, and the winds3 and not too bad. >> 50 degrees, and winds will %-got iito the upper 0''.only %-climb a little bit more,ll mid-60's, and the showers, and -ee that heavy raan, that was pushing through our area. ú%%-through, and then, 49 degres at the bus stop. ann get up to 66, for the high. winds, 15-20-miles-per-hour. and, at times, gust up to 30.3 >> windy weekend for us. and, what you can expect. p> right now, the traffic edge.3 >> thank you. morning.n a relatively quiet and now we have a lot of heavy
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volume. from white marsh boulevard, ten minutes at 22-miles-per-hour. a bit of a congested ride, at the beltway. 13 minuues, and 46-miies-per-hour. ú%d a 11 minute ride. that's a look at the morning travels.ú tte baltimore marathon. whether you are part of the more than 20,000 people running in it or the thousands more trying to drive around it, it is going to affect the whole city tomorrow. >> joel d. smith is live, with some oo the reasons thii has become a charmed city ttadition. so much fun. >> it is. got up to 22,000, and 24 different countries, and raised a lot offmoney, and the impact, 25 million. so, it is big, it is great. but, ii you are not running -round, you can run around
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ú% teel us about the social media aspect. >> it is simple. created a site a sociallmediaa3 storytelling. so, anyone with the internet can watch the eeent. >> streaming video. >> absolutely. >> all they need to do is log onto run est, and from 8-11 a.m., there's a viewer window. >> how popular is this going to >> well, last year, this is the second year ii a row. we had 10,000 viewers, more than 10,000, on race-day. >> expect people tooput their own images online. make this part of their soccal experience with this. >> a lot oo reasons for this.
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ú%ople talked abbut itt we want people to have a safe race. they'll be wearing this shirt. i said it a secood ago,,this got so popular, when under armour came onboard. and signed on for two ears. >> that's whhn it went up. they have to ccp it at 22,000 people. day. time. running in some pain. >> back to you. >> all right. we hope hat they're all safe. but, for a list of ú%w, roller coveters are enoughe to make you scream, but, what %-into the mix?u add fright fest >> find out at six flags. and all about the celebration, aa he amusemeet park.
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it's the annual halloween %-from the hay ridessto the sho, and some scary elements like the bridge of terror, and haunted train. >> so, that's new. anything else new? >> also, the awakening, which is, where they come out, and some new shows. new stunt show.. >> this is guys from fright maries, and ow to do the time what were. >> i was toldd i was scared into -- had to stay here. i have to participate. >> if you like. [laughter] >> we'll let you take it away. >> i'm etting around here. >> yup. [laughter]
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> for more information, go to our website. we want to ggt you into six flags for free. gave us some tickets to give to you. be the fourth or fiftt caller -ight now. >> wow! coming up. that's one old burger. ♪ -p>> 7♪ >> that's the burger. >> mcdonaldnolds, explanation for why the food doesn't seem to decom post. >> 8:38 is the time. all local, all
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>> you c an see some sunshine out there. get a check of the forecast and, see if it will stick around, >> good sunshine, a few clouds, and winds hould pick up later today. high prrssure, and low pressure, here's what we're looking at. not a whole lot. >> we saw a little chance of a couple light showers, pushing through, and you'll see that, especially to the west. but, again, the bulk of thee3 %-england.moved off, towards new and out of our way, about an inch of rain. it is now, gone, low pressure should be moving through aother low. that's just, more so, upper-level low, that will moveú to the east. and some winds, that pick up more. low pressure, movee out, andd3 high pressure builds in here.
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the winds will pick up, not just today but more. >> paula, expected to move to the eass, and, away from the u.s. mainland. watch, just in case it takes a turn to thh nnrth. looks like it will steer it out -t sea. >> 53 in washington. and, 48, in hagerstownn and 41. 67 degree high. 15-20-miles-perrhour. gusts, 35. >> central part, 66 degrees, and 2-4:000 with partly-cloudy skies. a little higher, and back to the west, and, 63 degrees, and west -ind at 15-20-miles-per-hour.
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toniihtt more winds, 11-20. and, 46 degrees. a chilly night. tomorrow, it will set the stage for lots of sunshine. but, a cool everyday, or the high. and morning temperatures, in the upper 40's, and so, if you are running, you may have to deal but, cool temperatures, comfortable to run in. and 65 mostly clear. and, 64 on tuesday. a chance for shower. 20-30% chance. >> now, ere's candace with the3 traffic edge.ú >> thhnk you, steve. as we try to wrapup theemorning rush, check in on the streets for you. >> look t this number, 32. it's been a slow go, on the
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ooterlooo laness and, ttlk about to you --ú towson, and, that's taking outt3 traffic lights, and, a lot oo interceptiones there, atú virginia avenue,,and you name it, they're going to be out there. so, please use extra causing, as you travel through the arees. and also, on putty hill avenue. 11 a.m. but, so far, that's the also, an acciient, now, in to towson and, some trouble in parkville. old hartford roaa, and another one, this is all just happened recently. as for 695, et's take a live-look, and show you, very light, we love this.
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lanes are wide-open. >> thatts a look at the morning travels. back to you. still ahead, you have one more opportuniiy to win, youu last chelsea handler coming up. and next, take a swiig for aú good cause, how you can improve your game, and$sv
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help raise money for peopleú who are virttally mpaired. and, the services, and mark, golf pro, are joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> tell me about this golff33 cllnic. >> this morning, 10 a.m. we're goong tt be at the suburban club, fraak funk will
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join us, provide free services for the blind, to rehabilitation training. >> ho is invited. >> they can come to the club, and see about a 30-minute clinic, from fred funk and then, after that, teeing off at 11:00. >> mark, when he stops swinging. all right. you're a golf pro. what does it take to have a swing like what you're showing. >> i started, when i was four-years-old. a lot of time, practice, and hitting the golf-balls. so, a little bit of athleticc3 aaility. it is great. excited about having this, to support them, and exciting to fellow professionals there, and it should be a great day. >> two things that people do wrong, when they're golfing that you ccn teach them.
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>> one of the biggest things, that they do wrong, is they tend to throw he club over the top. thh way to correct that, try to start the golf swinn, with the lower body. >> let's see that. this is the better way to do it. there you go. >> that's why, lower body, hips. turn the hips. hands. that's why he is the pro. thank you so mmch. -p>> if you would like more information, about this, you can go to our rule the tweet. rule the bedtime. rule the upload.
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the pizza, french friee, and donuts. some kids, it leads o big-time weight gain. how to avoid the freshmen 15. -emester and not pack on the pounds. the proximity of the dorm to the hall, may cause a weight gain. >> weighed almost two pounds
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more. and exercised less. >> males with on site dining eight more, and three more snacks than those without. is it freedom to eat whatever -hey want? but, the non-profit healthh3 organization, has some have a healthy food attitude. >> eat at regular times, with a mix of nutritious food. pick lower fat options, aad watch portion sizes. while they're exercising their brains, do the same for their
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>> what happens whee fast food3 meets photography, a phhto project, with a happy meal, over
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the course of half-a-year, might make you ponder what's in the food. why they never seem to go bad, and fries don't grow fur. >> have a happy ending? refusinn to decompose. >> made headlines, with the happy meal project. sse said she booght it, kept it on the shelf, and photographed it. >> every few days for six mooths, aad there's day one. there's day 180. no molddor, you want flies with that? that's the buuger. >> no smell. still a greasy feel. >> the biggest change took place between day 42 and day 49. >> when a section of the upper both broke off. but, the lack of decomposition had folks freaked-out.
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some accused her of lying. >> why would i do this? i'm not getting paid to do this. >> she started the project, to prove a point to the friend. >> what doos this tell you? >> nothinggmuch. >> he says it is just dehydrated food. cooked, and you would gett3 >> how about the bun? regular bread gets moldd? >> but, the buns, are different. >> they have to be toogher. >> he has no connectiin to mcdonalds. but the companyymade the same argument. if it becomes dry enough, it won't grow mold. >> happy meal "fountain of youth." >> people keep old fast food. >> four-years-old. >> one guy has a museum, dating
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back more than 20 years. >> the world's first immortal hamburger. >> morgan did a similar experiment, a big mac, got moldy. but the fries, looked the same. >> what is wrong with that? >> compared to moldy fries, not from a fast-food restaurant. and her dogs, lost interest, ú%thin two days. but, at 180 days. jay leno has noo. >> it's not nice. sayingg rufuss to. >> just dehydrated. >> you were saying you were hungry..3 >> i'm isgusted. >> that waa it for me. >> check in with steve, he has the cutest little friend. this is harry, onn year old, coley mix and he needs a home. >> and, you can contact the
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website. and ask about harry. and weather, looking like it will be a bit windy, today and one, and then cool tomorrow, too. it may be comfortable, but a little bit windy, and 68 degrees, on sunday. and 66 degrees, and cool down, into the 50's. >> well, she's rude and crude, and she's a huge hit. she's coming tonight, and we waat to get ou ttere for free. 10th caller right now. wins our last pair of tickets to see her show and a copy of her book. >> was your comedy like hers? >> no. >> i bet. p.g. >> have a great weekend. and go


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