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focus on pilot awareness. good morning, breaking overnight, at least five people rushed to the hospital after a ride malfunctions at the north carolina state fair. why did it happen? investigators learning more about the murder of a massachusetts high school teacher and the 14-year-old charged in the case as students prepare for an emotional return to class today. and reveal. never-before-seen documents accusing jonbenet's parents to be released today. why her father says this won't tell the whole story, today, friday, october 25th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer
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and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning. happy friday, everybody. i'm savannah guthrie. >> and i'm carson daly along side al roker and natalie morales. >> matt is on assignment. welcome to "today," or as carson calls it, escape from the orange room. good to have you here. >> i'm a loyalist. i sat with my friends in the orange room. >> we tried to add orange accents so you feel at home. >> i appreciate that. our top story, the frightening accident at the north carolina state fair. chris is in raleigh this morning with the story. chris, good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. authorities here on this investigation are saying they have few details stressing that it's too early to say why, a vortex, a brand-new ride here at the north carolina state fair, just as people were getting off the ride, suddenly jolted back
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to a start. >> it sounded like a bunch of stuff hitting medal. >> reporter: scary moments for riders on the vortex in north carolina. police say at least five passengers were injured when the ride suddenly restarted. >> the ride had stopped and they were fixing to off load when it started off again. >> reporter: this is the first time this vortex ride has been at the state fair, seen here in a clip on youtube prior to last night's accident. rides are supposed to be checked three times a day and those inspections will now get a second look. >> they'll be looking at the diagnostics, all the safety systems and any piece of that ride to determine if it was, indeed, a malfunction of the ride. >> reporter: federal records show the incident happened 11 years to the day since a worker was killed by a ride at this fair. the victims who range in age from 14 to 39 were being treated at the wakemed medical campus in
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raleigh. >> we'll do everything to make it safe so the families can come. >> reporter: two of the victims were released from the hospital this morning. the fair itself will open as scheduled. investigators try to figure out whether this was a mechanical or human error that caused the accident. savannah, carson, back to you. >> chris, thank you very much. the investigation into the murder of a beloved massachusetts teacher is ramping up this morning as her high school reopens. nbc's ron allen is there. ron, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, school is back in session. a town in mourning. but it's also a community determined to move on for the teacher they loss. that's why just a few days after the death of colleen ritzer, high school students here are going back to school. over a thousand parents arrived last night for a community
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meeting in the school that's the scene of an unspeakable crime. >> it's hard for these kids knowing they were so close to a murder. >> reporter: many left feeling reassured. >> they talked about security and being there to support the kids. they're doing a fantastic job. >> reporter: just wednesday, police found the body of 24-year-old colleen ritzer in the woods near the school and charged 14-year-old philip chism with murder. he has pleaded not guilty. students say that day he asked ritzer to meet with him after class. >> she was smiling at me and he was staring at me. >> reporter: an nbc affiliate showed security cameras captured ritzer following her in the bathroom and exiting with blood on his clothes and he wheeled the body outside in a recycling bin and covered it with leaves. when police took him into custody he reportedly had ritzer's i.d. and used her credit card at a wendy's. in tennessee where they moved to
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danvers from last summer, a former soccer coach said he never would have expected a quiet kid who loved to play the game so much to commit such a heinous crime. >> it makes no sense. i don't understand it. it certainly doesn't sound like him. but, who knows? i don't know if there's going to be a good answer of why. >> reporter: while back in danvers the community takes a huge step forward. >> we'll never recover from the loss of colleen but we want to get this community and this school back to some sort of normally. >> reporter: police said the bathroom, the crime scene where the teacher's blood, will remain sealed indefinitely. no word on what will happen to her classroom which we understand is just across the hall. savannah, carson. >> thank you very much. let's turn to natalie following a story of americans taken hostage by pirates. >> once again. that's right. two americans are at the center of drama on the high seas. they have been kidnapped by pirates off the coast of
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nigeria. jim is at the pentagon with the very latest. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. there's no word on the condition or whereabouts of those two americans. their identities have not been released but the fact that their ship was flying an american flag made them an all too tempting target for pirates. in a brazen attack, pirates kidnapped the two americans off this u.s. flag ship, the c-retriever. they easily boarded the ship and then methodically singled out the americans, the u.s. captain and chief engineer and took them ashore as hostages. it all happened in the gulf of guinea off nigeria with a steady stream of cargo ships it's a prime hunting ground for pirates. the most memorable pirate attack on an american is now a hit movie. captain richard phillips was kidnapped by somali pirates
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and held hostage for five days at seas before he was rescued by navy s.e.a.l.s but he worries the nigerian pirates hold a bigger threat. >> they'll usually bring them ashore and hide them so no rescue attempt can be made. you have to understand, it's dangerous out in the gulf of guinea. >> reporter: acts of piracy have decreased across the rest of the world but off the coast of nigeria they skyrocketed over 30% this year. >> this is not a hollywood movie plot. they threaten our economic security and put innocent lives at risk. >> reporter: defense officials here tell us that at this point it appears that it's highly unlikely there will be any kind of u.s. military rescue attempt and the way this worked almost all the times in the past, a ransom is paid and hostages are released and the shipping company writes it off as the cost of doing business but that
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makes it no less terrifying for the hostages and their families. >> jim, thank you. there were some tense moments on capitol hill thursday during a congressional hearing over the troubled obama care website. they were grilled by lawmakers and they acknowledged their frustrations but things got even more heated when the new jersey congressman, a democrat, said republicans were trying to scare people to prevent them from enrolling in the program. take a listen to the following exchange. >> once again here we have my republican colleagues trying to scare everybody -- >> will the gentleman yield? >> no, i will not yield to this monkey court. or whatever this thing is. >> this is not a monkey court. >> i'm not yielding. >> meantime, contractors say that high user volumes and late changes my federal overseers contributed to the problem. we're getting our first look at the most adorable photos of prince george's christening in london. take a look at them.
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one shows the young prince held by his mom kate middleton who is surrounded by his family. another shows queen elizabeth, prince charles, prince william and little young prince george and one of the immediate family. this is one we all love. william, kate and prince george going wee. he looks so cute there. st. louis cardinals beat the boston red sox in game two of the world series thursday night. tying things up at one game a piece. the red sox had the lead in the 7th inning. what should have been a standard sacrifice fly turned into a series of dropped balls and bad throws. the end result, the cardinals scored two runs and took the lead after a costly error. they never really gave it back. there was a moment pregame. a lot of people talking about this and we'll get caught up on that later in the show, involving james taylor. spacious skies, something like that?
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>> kind of did a medley. >> i call it a mash-up. >> we'll get the scoop on the weather. >> well, we have lake effect snow. starting first in upstate new york, you can see almost white out conditions and in some places in northeastern ohio trees actually coming down and bringing down power lines. kids enjoying the snow. but it was not a party for a lot of folks as this lake-effect snow got going causing big traffic problems. as we look this morning, we'll see it continues. we're looking at the winds coming across the great lakes and as they do they pick up moisture and once they get over land they cool off and that makes for some colder air and for some snow. in fact, we do have lake-effect snow watches in effect all throughout the great lakes. we also have cold air coming in. look at these snowfall amounts. some areas picking up four more inches in parts of western new
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york and pennsylvania. the jet stream takes a dip to the south. that's bringing in the cold air. freeze warnings, frost advisories and freeze watches from the central part of the country through mississippi, alabama, georgia, on into the southeast. temperatures tonight, this morning, all the way in the 30s. it's going to get even colder tomorrow morning with temperatures near atlanta near freezing. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. ♪ [ male announcer ] reveal light bulbs from ge. ♪ [ dog barks ] ♪ unlike ordinary incandescent bulbs, they filter out the dingy yellow tones... ♪ ...bringing the true beauty of your home to life. ♪ reveal light bulbs from ge. hey, good friday morning to
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you. you made it to the end of the week. we've got a good looking weekend headed our way. the time 7:12. good looking shot from san francisco, a pretty sunrise out there this morning. temperatures are going to end up in the upper 70s today. livermore 78 degrees, 68 in san francisco, and 71 degrees on the way to redwood city. we continue to show you the beautiful sun rise shots. >> and that's your latest weather, back to you guys. >> all right, al, thanks. now some news tied to your health. >> that's right, the fda is recommending new restrictions for a popular and highly addictive painkiller. we're talking about drugs like vicodin that include hydrocodone which are the most widely prescribed in the country. we welcome in dr. nancy snyderman. what does this rule mean for the average person that's taking vicodin for post-op or chronic
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pain? >> it's not going to be a problem but women can be seen by multiple doctors getting the drugs and they're highly addictive and abused. they're looking for those that need them for long-term pain and those that use them and abuse them. right now the fda has been urged by the drug enforcement agency to make these tighter because it's so easy to get them and the fda has held off. but i expect now with the blessing of hhs, they are going to absolutely put in the new criteria which means right now you can get six prescriptions within a six-month span. they're not going to say no. you have to see your doctor every three months. right now i can call in a prescription to a pharmacy. from now on, you will have to have a written prescription to prove it's for you. >> but do you think the new rules will cut down on abuse? >> that's been the problem. they said no, it's going to put
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the burden on the patient that need it and may not cut down. but last year over 450,000 emergency room visits for overdoses on this. it's the hydrocodone part. and the problem is they're really good medicines but they're also sort of stupid medicines to get addicted to because the one thing they do for anybody that's ever been on them after surgery is they make you constipated. so, i know that seems like a silly little thing. but you have a bowel system that doesn't work and you're addicted to these drugs. they're tough to get off. i don't think it's if it will happen. it's when it will happen. the fda will push this one through. >> thank you. the attorney general of maryland finds himself at the center of a controversy. a photo has emerged that shows him at a house party where underage drinking was taking place. pete williams picks up the story from there. pete, good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good
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morning. this has become an issue not just because he is running for governor but he is also state attorney general and underage drinking is illegal. he now says perhaps he should have done more. there in the middle of what was apparently a party for recent high school graduates stands doug gantzler holding a cell phone reading a text message. he said he stopped by the beach house to tell his 19-year-old son about plans for the next day and although the party last june was in bethany beach, delaware, he said he should have done more than simply leave. >> perhaps i should have assumed there was drinking going on and i got that wrong. what i can tell you was that at no time while i was in the house did i see any teenager in any danger or any risk. >> reporter: gansler told the baltimore sun he didn't stop the party because he had no moral authority over other people's
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children. some of the young people at the party say underaged drinking was going on. gansler says he doesn't know. >> there could be kool-aid but probably beer. >> reporter: the minimum drinking age is 21 including for wine and beer. he says gansler had a obligation to shut the party down. >> the fact that he would find himself in the middle and actually support an underage drinking party was law because it's breaking the law. >> reporter: it's especially embarrassing for gansler who lead campaigns against underaged drinking. >> it's never too early to talk to your kids about smart ways to say no. >> reporter: the incident touched off a national conversation. should parents control or prevent teen drinking. >> a third of the audience said the drinking is going to take place and the kids are better served meaning they're safer if there's parental involvement. >> reporter: gansler says the organizers of the party kept it inside the rented beach house
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with adult chaperones on hand and he says, how much do you let them go? how much do you reign them in? savannah. >> pete williams in washington, thank you so much. now, to a revelation on concussions from one of football's biggest stars. craig melvin has details. >> good morning. brett farve is now joining in on the concussion discussion. he says he is already feeling the effects after playing the game for half his life. >> i think after 20 years, god only knows the toll. >> reporter: nfl great and former green bay packers quarterback brett farve doing an interview thursday admitting hits like this, the last one of his career, are part of the reason he won't play again. farve was knocked out. now, the 44-year-old grandfather worries about lasting effects. >> this was a little shocking to me that i couldn't remember my
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daughter playing youth soccer. >> when a former quarterback comes forward and says i can't remember one of the summers where my daughter plays soccer and links that to his playing career, i think people listen. >> head injury leads to permanent problems with people. if their kid is going out and doing these things, they have very well-educated coaches. >> reporter: in august, in nfl and thousands of former players that sued the league for concussion damages reached a $765 million settlement. players claimed the league withheld the information it knew about the risks of head injuries in the game. >> the players, either retired or some of the few players who are either killing themselves or self-destructing, you know, studies have proven that some of this is because of concussions. >> reporter: a future hall-of-famer adding his voice to the chorus of parents and players questioning the long lasting effects of concussions. during that same interview,
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favre dismissed the possibility of returning to the nfl, even though one team tried to lure him back this week. right now he is coaching high school football in mississippi and said he is enjoying retirement. >> maybe that's a good place for him right now. >> yeah. >> since carson abandoned the orange room, tamron hall is holding down the fort. are you eating all of the reese's pieces or whatever? >> yes, you gained carson and i got al roker in exchange here. >> nice. >> he's hanging out with me. guys, they say it's not how you start, it's how you finish. you were talking about game two of the world series with the cards and the red sox last night. well, at the beginning of the game, it's the legend that was james taylor that was singing the national anthem for the crowd and all of those at home. take a look at what happened. >> won't you please welcome, the legendary james taylor.
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[ music playing ] ♪ oh beautiful, oh say can you see ♪ ♪ by the dawn's early light >> that's what you call smooth, he started out with "america the beautiful" and realized that wasn't the right song and went to the national anthem. that's not one of the reasons we call him a legend. but you see it's not how you start, kids at home, it's how you finish. finish this week on a good note at school. there you have it. that's tamron's lesson of the day. >> the patriotic songs, you should have heard him go into party in the usa after that. >> reach for the stars. >> keep reaching for the stars. >> "today" show proverbs. we'll add on to that.
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>> we like it. >> she's getting real comfortable there in the orange room. >> don't get too comfortable. >> these are getting real tired. >> you'll be on a sugar high in no time. >> coming up, the never before seen documents in the jonbenet ramsey case that are being unsealed today and why her father isn't happy about that release. and disturbing thefts targeting your loved ones. and you'll be surprised at who is behind the crimes. but first, this is "today" on nbc. crimes. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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hall for the 13-year-old boy who was shot and killed by sonoma county sheriff's deputy. and lopez, 13 years old, shot a total of seven times by a deputy who thought the replica ak-47 he was carrying was a real rifle. heart breaking on that one. christina is here to talk about brighter news. a great looking forecast ahead on a friday. >> we have a lovely day shaping up. good morning to you. this is from san bruno mountain. a beautiful start to the day. mostly clear sky right now over san francisco, gorgeous shot here over the bay bridge. but then look at this, san jose, mostly cloudy conditions. i can tell you right now the marine layer is not as deep. it will be clearing quicker than yesterday. 78 degrees in livermore, 71 fremont, and 68 degrees on the way to san francisco. a warm-up headed our way. let's check your drive. here's mike. >> looking to the bay bridge, we
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have a mild backup for the cash lanes, fast track will wait longer, you pay less. that's what we get on a friday. a smooth flow on the maps approaching the area and around the bay. nothing unexpected for a friday. this is the one spot we're watching south 880 from the san mateo bridge through hayward. a couple of crashes. both cleared to the shoulder but kicked off early slowing through the area and that's sticking around. there is the south bay. not so bad. >> we like that not so bad. you ready for the weekend. we'll be back in a half hour. what can you score at t.j.maxx? designer jewelry. the hottest beauty trends. the latest handbags. style for your guy or your best friend. for less than department stores. check out all the designer brands maxxinistas are scoring.
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♪ 7:30 on a friday morning, the 25th of october, 2013. and there's the city of brotherly love waking up this morning. send us a shot of your sunrise whereever you are. just use the #todaysunrise and perhaps you'll see your beautiful picture up there in lights outside our studio. inside studio 1a, i'm savannah guthrie. carson daly is here for matt who is on assignment and natalie morales and al roker are here this morning. here is what is making news this morning. five people were injured last night at the north carolina state fair. they were getting off a ride when it suddenly started up again. >> also extra security at the massachusetts high school where a young teacher was murdered. students are returning to class today for the first time since
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the tragedy. >> and pirates have seized two americans off a commercial ship in nigeria's coast. and the trial of a doctor accused of killing his wife. the man's daughter on the stand against her father and why she says his behavior after her mom's death made her sick. >> and paul mccartney on why he's burying the hatchet with yoko ono after so many years. first, the death of jonbenet ramsey. an indictment against her parents is being released today. here is mike taibbi with the story. >> reporter: it was a crime that scraped a national nerve. a 6-year-old beauty queen named jonbenet found murdered in her home at christmas. her parents john and patsy ramsey were immediate suspects.
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but after an investigation, the d.a. said there was no case against anyone. >> if we do not have sufficient evidence to warrant the filing of charges against anyone. >> reporter: it turns out that garage had a motive to indict john and patsy ramsey for what happened in this house. signing off on a felony charge of child abuse resulting in death. craig silver man followed the case from the beginning. >> the boulder prosecutor, he misled the public. we were lead to believe that either the grand jury did not indict or were never asked to even vote. >> reporter: john and patsy ramsey proclaimed their innocence. >> i didn't kill my daughter. >> i didn't have anything to do with it. >> reporter: two years after patsy died in 2006, the district attorneys office exonerated both of them, saying new evidence pointed to an unknown male suspect. but reports filed suit about the public's right to know about the long ago indictment. >> one of the grand jurors said to me, with we know that both parents were in the house.
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we know that something happened. >> reporter: while ramsey's attorney says release of unprosecuted indictment will only further defame ramsey and his late wife, the judge ruled it will be made public. >> the people of colorado need to know what happened. >> reporter: a notorious crime still making waves, still unsolved. for "today," mike taibbi, nbc news, boulder, colorado. >> let's get more on this from legal analyst, lisa bloom, who has followed this case for years. as we all have. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> you say we should look at this as more of a historical document. it bears repeating that they were exonerated in 2008. the ramseys were exonerated in 2008. now we will see an indictment that was never filed against them. what do you make of this? we se >> lawyers like to say a grand jury will indict a ham sandwich. it's a one sided procedure. the defense doesn't put on a
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defense at all. ordinarily they do return an indictment but the district attorney said there isn't sufficient evidence to prosecute them. >> here's what i don't get. we all know that the grand jury will indict who ever. they're a tool of the prosecutors. that's the criticism. explain why they would present evidence against the ramseys in this grand jury and get it and not file it? >> they often look at it as an investigative tool. so all the witnesses come and testify and they review all the evidence as part of the investigation. but the district attorney did his own determination a but the district attorney did his own determination at the time after looking at all of the evidence. you know what, it's not there against these two. >> and in 2008 they exonerated the parents writing no innocent person should have to endure such an extensive trial in the court of public within. the ramsey's say it's unfair to release this now.
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do you agree? >> i don't think it's unfair. i think the public has a right to know. i think it has to be placed in context. two d.a.s said these are victims and not suspects. patsy ramsey is now gone. i think we have to understand this is in context of what happened later. >> yeah, the ramsey family wanted all the transcripts released but the judge said he was not permitted to do that. lisa bloom, thank you. appreciate it. >> thank you. >> let's get a check of the weather from al. >> good morning, guys. our friends in seattle have been dealing with a lot of fog. let's take a look. this is seattle. today will be the 8th day in a row that they have seen fog. and this is a time lapse. the record is 13 days in a row and they may come awfully close. let's go underneath the fog and show you why this is happening. big dome of high pressure at the surface and upper levels. jet stream is way up to the north. so there's no winds to blow this on out. so what's going to be happening over the next few days?
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we continue to see more fog for our friends right along the puj -- puget sound. we have fog and saturday it will be dense and sun we get a break in the clouds. for the most part, we're looking at fogs. rest of the country, we've got breezy conditions in the northeast and plenty of sunshine. temperatures chillier than normal. the fog continues in the pacific northwest. that's what's is going on around the country. heres what's happening in we're getting some relief from the fog here this morning. al, good morning. happy friday everybody. you made it to the end of the work week. i want to show you how clear it is to start the day over the bay bridge toll plaza. have not had this clarity at this hour all week long so enjoy it. beautiful day shaping up. 78 in livermore, 71 fremont, 68 on the way to san francisco. getting into the next couple days weekend holds a warm-up and then we'll drop like a rock between sunday and monday. that's right. and now, let's get ready for the best night of the week.
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the night when all america gathers underneath a dome of their own making. that's right, because it's time for sunday night, football night in america. and we've got a good one for you. it's an indoor stadium but a lot of people will tailgate outside the metrodome as the packers take on the vikings. outdoors, partly cloudy, 41 to 45. indoors, it's a barnburner. that's right, on sunday night, football night in america. i love this seat. >> you have props. >> oh my gosh. >> no, it's mine. it's all mine. >> just when we thought you couldn't take it any further al. thank you very much. coming up next, we will shift gears. a crime targeting the most vulnerable victims. residents at nursing homes. >> and coming up at 8:10 on trending, a surprising revelation from tori spelling. she's having money problems. but first, these messages.
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back at 7:42. this morning on rossen reports, stealing from the most vulnerable victims, seniors in nursing homes. the people doing it may surprise you. jeff is here with more. good morning to you. >> good morning. these thieves are absolutely the worst kind. they know their victims and even take care of their victims all the while robbing them blind. we're talking about the bookkeepers at nursing homes. the office managers who are supposed to be managing patients' money and expenses but instead, they're raiding their accounts. what you need to know so your parents don't get swindled. >> reporter: phyllis and leo foster wanted the best for his 89-year-old mother. she couldn't take care of herself so they chose this top rated nursing home in
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mississippi. as her health declined a heartless criminal moved in targeting her. >> it made me feel sick at my stomach. it didn't hit me that someone would be so low as to steal from a vulnerable adult. >> reporter: who was stealing from her? this woman, lee martin. the nursing home's bookkeeper in charge of the patients' trust accounts. martin was secretly raiding their money. >> in that three month period there were 12 or 15 cash withdrawals. we knew something was wrong. >> reporter: martin stole more than $100,000 from dozens of residents and went on a shopping spree at jcpenney, the gap and american eagle. in one case buying designer jeans and expensing them to an elderly resident with no legs. >> it's enormously easy for people to get away with this. >> reporter: it happened across the country. a usa today investigation
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discovered more than 100 cases prosecuted since 2010 involving thousands of residents accounts. >> there are no audit requirements. the people doing the inspections aren't looking close at the books for the trust funds. >> reporter: there's another loopho loophole. in most states, there's no background checks for administrators. he is the mississippi attorney general. >> embezzlers are going to do it again. >> lee martin, convicted of the crime can go to another state and get the same exact job at another nursing home because most states don't require criminal background checks. >> that's correct. we ought to have mandatory background checks for anybody that works at a nursing facility. >> reporter: the industry says it supports regulations and this is rare. lee martin's facility fired her and returned her to police. >> she should be home. she's on house arrest after all. >> reporter: we tracked martin down after she pled guilty.
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she wouldn't talk to us but her dad did. >> why did she do it? she took advantage of these elderly, sick people that were helpless and the most vulnerable victims. >> she wasn't brought up like that. >> you didn't bring her up like that? >> no. >> reporter: the nursing home reimbursed the residents and implemented additional management controls to stop the fraud. but phyllis and leo foster say until the government cracks down at all homes, there will be more elderly victims. >> it would protect every person in the nursing home. people that can't help themselves. people that can't protect themselves. >> so how do you protect your family? here's the takeaway for you. ask the nursing home for a monthly statement you can check for yourself. that's how the fosters realized their mother was victimized. even better, request the actual receipts for any purchases made for your loved one. that way you can spot anything used shady. good news, victims often get their money back. nursing homes are required to
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have insurance that covers this type of theft. but the fact it happened in the first place is -- >> why don't they have background checks? >> that's what he wants to know and he is hoping stories like this will change the law. >> thank you. coming up, is there a right way to wash your face? why you have probably be doing it wrong all of these years. and up next, tamron is in my orange room with the story and up next, tamron is in my orthis is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. it's not the "juggle a bunch of rotating categories" card. it's not the "sign up for rewards each quarter" card. it's the no-games, no-messing-'round, no-earning-limit-having, do-i-look-like-i'm-joking, turbo-boosting, heavyweight-champion- of-the-world cash back card. this is the quicksilver cash back card from capital one. unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, everywhere, every damn day. now, tell me, what's in your wallet?
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>> i'm chunky hunky. >> and then there's ridiculously hunky. >> so this photo has gone viral. it's a running back from notre dame. he lost his helmet during a game against usc but what's now been dubbed the ridiculously pho photogenic college player has taken on a life of its own. >> cam mcdaniel, can you see us or see us drooling? >> was this staged? was this photo shopped? is this a real photo, cam? >> let him answer. >> as far as i know it is a real photo. i received it right after the game and really, to be completely honest, i found it a bit comical myself when i first saw it and a little bit of disbelief. but yeah it is real. >> let me ask you this, cam, are
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you real? also, what's your phone number? >> whoa. >> soon to be married. >> cam is engaged. >> so is savannah. >> yeah but cam, your fiancee is nearby. she didn't want to go on camera but you're happily engaged. this is how colleagues described you. women in this building. he looked like a model with a chiselled jaw, sexy stair gently tosseled hair. how would you describe the picture. >> let's talk football. it was a great victory over the trojans. the fellow versus to be giving you a hard time about this in the locker room. >> no, they had a lot of fun with it. for the most part, i guess it's just been a fun experience
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overall and i know that my fiancee as well has -- she loves the photo. she thought it was great so she knows that i'm taken. >> sorry ladies. >> savannah has been taken with him too. >> yeah. >> it was a great game. >> she's beautiful. >> we wish y i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check?
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good morning. it's 7:56. i'm jon kelley. today marking two years since the occupy oakland movement started up in the city now gearing up for its new protest this morning. protesters, they are expected to gather outside the marriott in oakland at 9:00 to protest the urban shield disaster drill training in alameda county. at 5:00 protesters will march to oakland city hall. oakland police are expected to meet the protesters and they want the protesters to be peaceful but they are ready just in case. the city's new tools of violence law is in effect, that means they are banning hammers, spray paint, sling shots and wrenches during demonstrations and protests. the law came about in response to all of the vandalism caused by splinter groups during the occupy protests. police, they are telling business owners to be smart and very prepared.
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speaking of prepared, you might want to get a tall lemonade and get ready for a nice weekend ahead. >> perfect sipping weather. we've got a good looking day shaping up. this of course is san francisco and what a difference a day makes. you can see for about eight miles good visibility. you see the golden gate bridge. let's show you what it looks like on the bridge. looking really good. we're going to get a full report of traffic in a moment from mike inouye. temperatures today will be warmer. we expect plenty of 70s across the bay area. 78 in livermore, 75 in concord. the seven-day outlook in moments. >> the bay bridge things are getting crowded backed up over the overcrossing. we see a good amount of traffic down the east shore freeway. things are bogging down, an earlier crash out of richmond starting to clear now. a nice flow in the east bay. not a big deal. 880, you are recovering but slow both directions away from 238. it's friday, things are like this through the south bay. >> everything feels good on
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friday. we're back in a half hour.
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it's 8:00 on today. coming up, taking the stand. a young woman testifies her mother's killer is her own father. >> growing up, my father was my best friend. >> very close to your dad? plus, come together. have paul mccartney and yoko ono finally buried the hatchet? >> and king of the world. the future king of england, little prince george strikes a precious pose that will melt your heart, today, friday, october 25th, 2013. ♪ this is on my bucket list to be on the "today" show. >> good morning. >> we're on today.
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>> it's my birthday. >> high five. >> we're back on "today." that's a ridiculously photogenic baby right there. good morning everyone. welcome back to "today." a reminder. it is halloween next week. i'm savannah guthrie along side al roker, carson daly, and tamron hall. what are you going to be for halloween? don't tell us. >> it's a big secret. >> big secret. >> some people are dressed up today. >> they are. people are getting in the spirit. we want you to come down to rockefeller plaza if you're in the area or start driving now. we'll be dressed up as we usually do and special guests. we'll have a couple of musical acts on the plaza. dressed up usually do and special guests. we'll have a couple of musical acts on the plaza. >> don't give it away. >> that's all i'm going to say about that. >> we want you to take part in the fun. so get your costume ready and come on down. >> that's our halloween
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extravaganza next thursday here on today. look forward to it. >> matt's legs. >> that's legendary. >> yes, yes. >> get that image out of our minds. let's get a check of the morning's top stories. >> good morning to you guys. good morning everyone. a carnival ride accident at the north carolina state fair sent five people to the hospital last night. a thrill ride called the vortex restarted as passengers were being off loaded. two victims were seriously injured and two others were released from the hospital this morning. there's still no word on whether it was a mechanical or human error. >> in utah, week two of the high profile murder trial turned daughter against father. dr. macneill accused of killing his wife so he could carey on with his mistress. we have more. >> do you recognize this man sitting right here? >> yes. >> who is he?
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>> my father. >> rachel macneill shaken as she testified against her father, dr. martin macneill accused of murdering his wife. she testified about her father's behavior during her mother's funeral. >> he was making jokes about being single and just laughing and -- it made me sick. >> reporter: many of macneill's 8 children publicly accused their father of killing their mother, michelle macneill. so far, two have taken the stand. >> ever since the day my mom died i was concerned that my father killed her. >> reporter: prosecutors say martin macneill encouraged michelle to get a facelift in 2007 and day afs the surgery he drugged and browned her in the bathtub. the motive to continue an affair with mistress gypsy willis.
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they said she died of natural causes and that macneill was at work after her death. the attorney questioning his daughter's mental state. >> have i been diagnosed as bipolar, yes. >> reporter: this afternoon, macneill's mistress could take the stand. miguel almaguer los angeles. belgian media report that six racing birds tested positive for drugs including cocaine and painkillers. the sport made headlines when one top piano john was sold for $400,000. >> the white house had a pink glow in honor of breast cancer awareness month. the white house blog urged us to find a cure. >> he ended up in the hospital after charged by a run away bull
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and knocked to the ground while directing traffic. the bull escaped from a nearby farm and went on to stock nearby alley ways but it was cornered and tranquilized. >> okay. we have the running of the tamron right here. >> piageons on steroids, runnin all over the place. >> now we can send it over to al. >> where are you, al? where are you? >> security. >> security. >> oh, wait. my people. they didn't do it for me. >> that's because they're afraid. very afraid. >> i'm very tired. >> good run. gold. >> you're so cute. >> i just want a hug from you. >> let's show you what's going on as far as your weather is
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concerned. wow. our pick city of the day, fort worth, texas. a gorgeous day today. plenty of sunshine. you've got showers and thunderstorms tomorrow and then they kind of die out on sunday. afternoon temperatures, it's staying chilly in the northeast around the great lakes but you're heading not southwest, temperatures in the 80s and 90s there. 50s in the pacific northwest with more fog today. gorgeous around the gulf coast. look for lake effect rain and snow showers. 8:066 now. good friday morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. let me show you some different shots across the bay area. this is the golden gate bridge. full-on sunshine at 8:06 this morning. meanwhile, murky sky over 880 in fremont, and the same low cloud cover extends all the way to san jose this morning. nonetheless, we're all going to see that sunshine. just have to wait for it a little bit. 72 in san jose. 78 in livermore today.
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68 on the way to san francisco. a warmup headed our way this weekend. and that's your latest weather. >> an olympic athlete right here. >> i need gatorade. >> you need a shrink. >> you need to go to russia. >> coming up next on trending, why a controversy at a high end department store has jay-z feeling heat this morning. >> also at 8:16, come together, is paul mccartney ready to make piece with yoko? i have so many beatles puns this morning. >> and why you're washing your face the wrong way. can't wait to see that. >> but first these messages. >> run, r khan academy is a not-for-profit with a mission of providing a free world-class education for anyone, anywhere. if you look at a khan academy video, they cover everything from basic arithmetic to calculus, trigonometry, finance. you can really just get what you need at your own pace. and so, bank of america came and reached out to us and said, "we are really interested in making sure
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charged with anything -- one man, one woman. it turns out he has a lucrative business deal with barney's and now fans think he should end the relationship. >> one has 1300 signatures. we reached out to jay-z for comment but he hasn't called me back. barney's doesn't tolerate profiling and they hired an expert to review the policies. >> what do we think? >> with the partnership with barney's, he's the face of hip hop. he's the most powerful name in that music industry. it wouldn't hurt if he came out and said i talked to barney's and i'll help them deal with this issue. but no everyone is jay-z and who do you think that young boy respects more, the vendors or jay-z. >> do you think he has to pull his line. >> no. >> i think he can help. >> he can help, go in there and
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say, look, this is wrong. we have to make changes and they come autoand they say what the changes are. >> i'm sure he will. the stories have been in the paper the last two days. i think he's a little bit behind on this story. but i'm sure he'll step up. >> he could actually help them figure this out. >> we hope so. >> all right. well, trending on yahoo! is a proposed change to the marine uniforms a little too girly? they're creating a unisex cap called a cover. right now they wear different types of covers but here's what they're proposing the new one would look like. it's smaller and lacks the wide brim. it's called the daly hat. nothing to do with carson daly. but for dan daly. the difference is cost because the new design will cost $8 million. >> look at the size. >> for one hat.
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>> yeah. >> why not save the money and keep it as it is? >> i just think that money needs to go to so many other places. we still have troops in afghanistan and iraq right now that need more equipment. >> all right. >> well, trending from people magazine, tori spelling opening up about her money problems. the actress whose family's mansion was worth $50 million, wasn't her mansion but her moms, telling people's magazine he has been having trouble making ends meet. her four children wear hand-me-downs and her husband dean couldn't even afford a v vasectomy. >> all right. >> she said i look back at that girl who shopped at gucci in my 20s and i can't even relate. i can't believe i thought that was important. listen it's not that bad to wear
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ha hand-me-downs. i had three pair of pants and three shirts. it's not a shameful thing. the vasectomy thing is tmi. >> i don't know how much they cost. >> doesn't insurance cover that? >> i don't know. >> but she had a bed and breakfast and reality shows. she was left out of the will or something like that. >> i like her message. in my 20s i wanted to have the fancy clothes and now i see that's not important. >> maybe down size the mansion. >> she's not claiming to be december tuesday of poor. she's just like so many americans -- >> no, she's not. >> people who find it hard to make ends meet. >> no, she's not. >> this is a case of poor little rich girl. >> when she wanted snow one day, her father because they were in california, made it snow. >> that's right. >> as opposed to making it rain up here. >> that's what's trending today. coming up an exclusive tour
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inside michael jordan's lavish mansion as it hits the auction block. >> this is a tough crowd. but first, the official photos for prince george's christening are out. his mother the duchess of cambridge turns heads for the second time this year. keir simmons is in london with all the details. good morning. >> good morning. we have all been through it. you go to the family christening and you try your best to look relaxed and happy. it's not easy even if you're a member of the royal family and what we're learning is how close they were to having prince george just cry through the whole thing. >> reporter: they hired a hollywood photographer for the official royal picture, a second photo included the middletons. smiles all around. last nice, prince george was at home at kensington palace while mom held a charity event. guests offering congratulations
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after wednesday's christening. >> he was well behaved. >> reporter: which helps explain why william, perhaps seemed anxious at the christening. george had just stopped crying. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: an intimate family moment and historic. four generations of monarchs together. the queen and three future kings. george, william, and charles. an occasion not seen for more than a century. 31 years ago, charles sat for william's christening pictures. like kate, princess diana worried that her baby would cry. now her son is a husband and a father. how diana would have loved the grand son she never got to meet. and i guess time moves on, savannah, because what's interesting is how central camilla is to all of them. a message from prince charles.
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another talking point, take a look at this picture, two babies. can you guess which one is william and which one is george? >> william on the left and george is on the right with the chubby cheeks. >> but isn't it amazing how similar they are. >> yeah. >> it's a photogenic royal family. thank you. >> now what looks like a beatles break through. one of the longest running feuds might just be over. it's been a long and winding road but paul mccartney said he worked it out with yoko ono ending one of rock and roll's greatest feuds. mccartney said the key to reconciling with john lennon's wife was time t great healer. i thought if john loved her there's gotting to somebody. he's not stupid. what are you going to do? are you going to hold on to a
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grudge you never really had? we were just angry the beatles were breaking up. ono has been blamed for the reason the beatles broke up. >> i think he did a counting of things that went on in this life he's had and he decided it wasn't worth it. >> reporter: just last week he told howard stern that the end of the beatles sent him into a heavy depression. >> it was a hard thing. we had this crazy success and it was gone and like overnight it was like, whoa, you cope with that buddy. it was like, okay, what do we do now? [ music playing ] >> reporter: mccartney eventually let it be. his latest album new is his 24th post-beatles release but he still gets by with a little help from his friends even if they're not around anymore telling rolling stone, if i'm at a point where i go, i'm not sure about
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this. i'll throw it across the room to john. he'll say you can't go there man. and i'll say, you're quite right. saying even now that his relationship is, quote, a very valuable thing. i don't want to lose that. >> that's pretty cool. >> it's over. >> yeah. >> all is right with the world. >> could you have gotten more beatles lyrics into that story? >> i was up writing songs. meantime, michael jordan's chicago area mansion going up for auction. willie, you checked it out? >> this is dream come true stuff. for decades kids dreamed of being like mike. turns out none of us will run, jump or shoot like him but this morning, we get a chance to see what it's like to live like the great michael jordan. >> something tells me i'm in the right place.
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>> reporter: i got the golden ticket. >> this is the house of jordan. >> reporter: the first ever tv tour of michael jordan's mega mansion. the king of basketball sure knows how to live like one. >> how big is this house? >> 56,000 feet. >> reporter: the highest bidder gets it all. nine bedrooms, a beauty salon, gourmet kitchen and every room fully furnished. >> 19 baths. >> 19 baths. >> 19. >> that's a lot of bathing. >> yes it is. >> this must be the trophy room. michael had an awful lot of hardware to fill this room. he has a whole world out here, huh? >> reporter: call it a playground for grown ups. more than seven acres including a stocked fishing pond, tennis courts. >> you have a nice, round pool. >> it's perfect if you like swimming in circles, too, isn't it. >> reporter: and a private
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putting green where air jordan himself putted around. for a $15,000 deposit you could live like mike. >> it was listed at 21 million but when it comes to the auction we don't know what the ultimate price will be. >> this is the ultimate family room here. i can see myself settling in sunday afternoon. we, michael, scotty, maybe. this no exaggeration is larger than the gym i go to at home. at the risk of being creepy, i have to check these out. it's a little -- okay. i got a little piece of the magic. thank you, catherine. this is daddy's room now. >> yeah, this is a big boy's room, that's for sure. >> reporter: with a wine cellar large enough to stock more than 1,000 bottles. >> now michael is speaking my language down here. >> reporter: a man cave to beat all man caves. card tables, a lounge, and cigars. >> is this the walk in --
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>> it is. >> wow, this is a vault. >> boy, that's a lot of cigars, huh? michael jordan had it figured out, didn't he? i don't think michael is going to miss this one. there is one last thing i have to do. >> oh, i just have a feeling. ♪ >> wow. >> that wasn't really you willie. >> no the first ones were 8 1/2. the last one was 10 foot. >> did you wear the sneakers? >> i hadn't dunked in a few years but i put that jersey on. when you put on the 23, something happens. >> did you get to keep it? >> no. everything stays in the house. you get the furniture. you get all of that stuff.
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he'll probably pick up that cigar. there was a bottle of wine left too. but you get the furniture t house, everything. i want to make sure we thank catherine for the tour. if you want in on this auction, it's a live auction that takes place -- >> we want in. we just don't have the money. >> i'll take one bathroom. can i get one bathroom? >> they have 18 to share. >> that was a border line religious experience for you, wasn't it? >> if you buy the house, do you keep the 23? >> yeah. >> cool house. >> coming up. >> if you like jordan, you'll love it. >> have we been
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this morning officials will talk about a ponl poll crease at the golden gate bridge. the golden gate bridge highway and transportation district have to figure out a way to erase a $142 million debt in the next five years. one of the things the board is looking at is making it more expensive to cross the bridge, but they haven't talked publicly about a specific amount. right now it costs dlarsz 5 for fast track customers and $6 for everyone else. let's see how the roads look right now with mike. >> good morning. a lot of folks talked publicly about how they feel about that. we're looking towards the south bay. there are low clouds, but not an issue for fog, and we do have a smooth drive throughout most of this. 101 radioing good.
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280 has a few problems. we still have slowing, but that's starting to ease there as william as north 7 just over the last few minutes. 280 northbound towards lawrence expressway. a crash also caused a slowdown. as we clear lanes, it's starting to recover. the crash at that major connector and that's a good off ramp at santa clara. west 580 and north 880, it's starting to ease as far as that bay bridge toll plaza. >> back at 8:56. because i know it's out there.
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8:30 now on a friday morning. it is the 25th of october, 2013. 40s in the plaza. happy crowd here. a little wintry or autumny i guess. coming up we have kings of comedy. >> we do. we have icons of comedy like you've never seen them before and the story behind these laugh out loud and awesome photos. >> i love those. >> all right. we have a pop quiz for you this morning. this is part of our latest today
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book club pick. bridget jones mad about the boy is our pick. what does bridget accidentally expose on hemstead heap. >> you get a signed copy of the book. sign up for our google plus hang out with helen november 4th. >> do you know the answer? >> maybe it's the first thing natalie showed the first lady that time. >> is that what she exposes? >> we have the pictures to show you. >> okay. >> meantime, you might have seen our proposal yesterday on the "today" show. she said yes. but some of you thought she didn't look very happy. well, she e-mailed our web team last night to make sure we knew she was happy. and, in fact, she said i was prepared to speak about what it means to give back to a
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community. i grew up in, the south bronx but was pleasantly surprised by an on air proposal. >> she is a very photoed young woman. >> he had that speech down. >> savannah, i saw him practicing. what is he rehearsing? >> congratulations to the happy couple. can we say hello to emmy-winning actor ty burrell. >> hello. >> he's here to talk about his new movie. we'll get a sneak preview. let's take a look. >> he calls it the way back. >> it's a time machine. >> wow. >> now that we've seen it, maybe we should go back. >> no. >> sherman, penny, why are you two dressed like ancient greeks. >> then we ran out of gas. >> in ancient troy. >> you used the way back. >> yeah. >> oh, my. >> you're mr. peabody but the
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voice of penny sounded familiar? >> yes, that's ariel winter from modern family. we didn't just transplant the cast. >> what is the way back? >> i'm playing a genius which is the biggest stretch of my career. it's like de niro putting on 65 pounds. and i invented this way back to teach my son about history and it starts as mentor protege but they discover that they're father and son and love each other. >> this is your first animated feature and you're used to being funny but because you're a genius in this, it can't be so funny. >> right. it's actually amazing. he has surrounded peabody with hilarious people. steven colbert and it's just really funny. i just saw a cut of it. >> if you could go back in time to a certain period -- >> use the way back. >> use it.
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where would you go? >> i'd probably go like -- it wouldn't be very far back. it would be just right before certain hair cuts in high school. >> i can relate. it would be a very short trip. the way back would be in good shape. >> and these are historic characters. people might recognize mr. peabody and sherman. >> that's right. it was late 50s, early 60s. i had an older brother and i remember watching him loving it and trying to get all the jokes. i still didn't at the time. that's one of the great things about jay word is he wrote for -- as you get older it gets funnier, too. >> part of rocky and bullwinkle. >> yeah. >> thank you for giving us a sneak preview. >> thank you for having me. >> mr. peabody and sherman hits theaters in march. look for it then. let's get a check of the weather from al. >> all right. let's show you what's going on tomorrow for your weekend.
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gorgeous weather along the mid-atlantic into the gulf coast. rain and snow making its way through the great lakes. fog continues in the pacific northwest. and then sunday, sunday! sunny and cold conditions in the northeast. nice and warm down through florida. look for showers and thunderstorms making their way in the lower gulf andain left over >> good friday morning to you. you made it to the end of the week, and we have a really good-looking weekend to look forward to. i do want to show you mostly sunny over the golden gate bridge. the low clouds have developed burning off between now and about noon. that's when we're going to see a lot of sunshine. 70 in livermore. en 5 in concorde. 68 in san jose. right around 72 degrees tomorrow. even warmer. all right. sunday night football game, packers versus the vikings.
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>> yes. >> i'm guessing you think the packers. >> all right. packers all the way. >> all right. anybody from minnesota? all right. let's go back inside. >> okay, al. thank you. what if you suddenly learned you have been doing something incorrectly your entire life? according to some experts we may all be washing our faces the wrong way. here to help us clean up our act is deborah, associated professor of dermatology at mount sinai here in new york. >> good morning. >> we have three people that are going to wash their faces as they normally do and you'll identify what we commonly do wrong. but is this something you find a lot. >> it's amazing how many people don't know how to wash their face properly. >> who should we start with? with brooke? >> yeah, with brooke. >> do your thing. is this normally how you wash your face? >> so brooke actually did
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several things wrong already. she did not wash her hands which is the key thing. wash your hands before you wash your face because you want to be sure that the germs and bacteria are off of your face. she also didn't remove her make up before. she has a full face of eye make up. >> i thought what's why you wash your face. >> you'll end up with eye make up all over your face. not washing it is probably a big issue for her. >> you're saying if somebody has make up wipes, you take off the make up and then go to the cleanser. >> that's right. especially if you're wearing mascara or a lot of foundation. you need to do that before. >> i think you're doing a great job. now, andy, we have a guy doing his face wash. do your thing. presumably guys wash their faces differently than women do. >> often they do. so -- andy is pumping out a huge amount of cleanser on to his face and he is using a product there that has things in it and
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they're going to leave a film on his skin and increase the risk he's going to get irritated from the product. >> it's not more cleanser cleaner face? >> no, the more you use it doesn't make a difference. you only need about the size of a dime and if you use more than that, you'll increase the risk for irritation. >> how often should you wash your face in a day. >> some people say once a day. some people say twice a day. i'm a big believer that twice a day is a good thing. just don't use abrasive cleaners both time. >> how about his patting technique. >> patting is important. that's great. you don't want to rub or scrub your face after you washed. >> okay. >> he's doing a great job there. >> good. let's move on to miss rachel. she is using bar soap. >> she is using dove which is not a bar soap but a cleansing bar. when you use a cleansing bar, that's fine to use. rachel is washing her face and the key is she is scrubbing. some people are aggressive
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toward their skin. they can cause irritation and broken cap yularies. >> what about exfoiliators. >> tightness is not an indication of something that's good. you don't want to scrub too hard. you can use these brushes that lightly remove the dirt and products from your skin. you can use a wash cloth but you don't want to scrub too hard. you want to do it gently. >> lukewarm water and not cold water. >> right. lukewarm water. extreme temperatures can damage your skin and create more damage and irritation. >> all right. class, you did very well today. sort of. i hope we all learned something. thank you very much. deborah, appreciate the advice. >> thank you. >> coming up next, comic genius. the cause behind candid photos of the funniest people on the planet. then at 8:47, the football
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star giving hope to our country's wounded warriors. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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all right. we are back now at 8:42 and some of the funniest comedians in the world have come together for an interesting project where they don't speak a word. it's all thanks to matt hoyle who has a new book out called comic genius, portraits of funny people. this is great. there's so many photos in it. where did the idea start from? >> i'm a celebrity photographer and i do familiar faces but the funny ones stood out to me. if i could get as many in front of my camera as possible, that's what i was going to do. >> it was like if i could just get mel brooks, if you could land somebody everybody else would come to the table. did it work like that? yeah, a lot of people go who is
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going to be in this book? how many people do you you have? once we had him in it everybody said we can do it. it got easier. >> how do you work? did you come up with about a dozen ideas and go to the comedians and say here's what i'm thinking or did they come to you and say this is what i'd like to do? >> i actually did present them ideas and people said you're presenting comedians how to be funny. what are you doing? but i got lucky and presented them with ten ideas. we collaborated and got one or two ideas we thought would be good to depict the humor we wanted for the book. >> who was at the top of the list? >> the cover of the book, steve martin. >> right. >> throughout my life, from mork and mindy, robin williams and jonathan winters. i was lucky enough to get the last shoot with him and spend a morning with him and it was magic. this is a who's who of who made
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me laugh. >> what did you say to steve martin? what was the creative pitch there. >> i knew he was an art collector and i said i want to do something surreal and he agreed. >> carol burnett was known on tugging on her ear. you had fun with that. >> that was her idea. she said i had my ear measured after we did the show and she said it's actually a little bit bigger. what if we extended it a little bit more and i thought okay, let's do it. that's the photo. >> some got two pictures and some got one. tina fey got two pictures. good timing. she will be hosting the golden globe with amy. >> right. it was just looking at what idea works. sometimes they only had time for one but it wasn't to do with any sort of importance or whatever. >> tell me more about the morning with jonathan winters. what was that like? >> well, he basically went through his entire life story before he, you know, let us take
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the photo which was pretty magical and, you know, to hear him retell it and his facial expressions. it was an experience that, you know, that doing this book allowed me. it was magic. >> are you going to do it again? >> more funny people. >> creative genius. i want to shoot people that inspire us and do the biggest book of its kind. >> it's great. great pictures and great thought behind it. >> thank you. >> the book is called comic genius. thank you. >> thank you. >> coming up, a touching story. the football star making a big difference in the live of military families. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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extra yard. minnesota vikings star jared allen can be a quarterback's worst nightmare. you guys are getting into this story, huh? i'm going to pretend i didn't see that. off the field, some military families are calling him the answer to their prayers and kristen dahlgren has that story. >> good morning, guys. we have the popcorn and the banners and he says playing in the nfl is his life long dream but he would rather be remembered as a good man and for some deserving wounded warriors, that's all they see. >> he may be admired by millions for bone crushing sacks but ask jared allen and he'll be the first to tell you, he's no hero. >> we always get compared to a battle on the field. we play a game. we're not tough compared to them. >> reporter: then it's the men and women of the u.s. military like allen's brother and grandfather. >> my grandfather was 23 years in the marine corps.
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korea, nam. i'm terrified of him. he can still beat me up. >> reporter: while he didn't join the military, he did join a uso tour to iraq in 2009. it changed his life. >> it changed everything for me. >> reporter: humbled by the sacrifice he knew he had to do something. he started jared allen's home for wounded warriors. >> where do i feel the safest at my weakest moment? where can i come, good day, bad day? it's your home. >> reporter: but what wounded veterans were coming home to were houses that couldn't accommodate their disabilities. he lost both his legs in iraq. >> what's going to make the biggest difference for you? >> the ability to get where i need to be and not have to worry about getting caught up on walls or corners. >> reporter: now allen's charity is retrofitting his house. >> i didn't have the funds to expand outwards. so this will become the bathroom. >> reporter: later this month homes for wounded warriors will
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break ground on a new home for colin who lost his leg and, with it, his independence. >> no 22-year-old giuy that's been on their own for the last four years want to rely on mom or dad. i'll have 100% independence. it's a huge step. >> he has dreamed of a house like this ever since he could walk and honestly when he got injured we all thought that dream went away. and thanks to jared allen, the dream is going to come true. >> reporter: for allen, it's his dream coming true too. a chance to give back for all he has been given. >> we have a much bigger responsibility than just being football players in this world. >> by the end of the year he hopes to finish seven houses. the interesting thing, none of the wounded warriors thought they deserved this. they didn't think they were heros and allen doesn't think he is. i think they all are. >> they all are. >> thank you so much.
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>> by the way, you can see jared in action sunday night when vikings take on the green bay packers, when? >> sunday night, football night in america at 7:00 p.m. eastern here on nbc. >> guys this popcorn is delicious. >> it's real and it's spectacular. >> it's so salty and buttery and
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willie geist joins us now with some popcorn. willie, what do you have coming up. >> popcorn in the bleachers, why not? >> we're hearing this song. there's a reason. >> morgan freeman tries to answer the question we've all been asking, what does the fox say? >> does he know the answer? >> we're going to find out. >> the man played god. he knows the answer. >> what do you think are the worst day of the week to go to the dmv? >> i said monday. >> monday, friday. >> yes, you're right. >> especially the beginning and the end of the month. >> we'll tell you why coming up. >> first, guys, have a great weekend. here's a look at how the week unfolded right here on today. cheers.
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we're going to hear from president obama this morning about the troubled roll out of his controversial health plan. can his website get fixed. >> shooting at a nevada middle school. >> investigators are trying to figure out what motivated a child to bring a gunman to school and open fire. tragic murder of a popular high school teacher in massachusetts. >> she had so much to look forward to and there were so many things she should have been able to do and this is not fair. >> good to see you, again. >> it's good to be here. >> you said you had reconciled with death. i wondered what that meant. >> i was at peace with myself. it was not frightening. i just reached that point when my time had come. >> we've got a living miracle. she is the sole survivor of a tragic plane crash beating the odds with courage, grit and a lot of determination. >> i had to decide whether i
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wanted to live or die, you know? that moment was real. [ cheers ] >> i'm fine. >> i'm just kidding. >> hello. >> christie, it's good to see you. good morning. >> oh my gosh, serve talking about you. ♪ >> she's a man, man. >> i'm just kidding. >> where are you, al? >> julie andrews is a triple threat in the truest sense, an actress, singer and author. >> you said it all, matt. >> thanks very much. >> ladies and gentlemen, the
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fray. >> i had to come and give you good morning to you. 8:56. i'm marla tellez. opening ceremonies being held for the annual maverick big wave surf contest. this is video from recent competitions. organizers say this year's window begins november 1st and runs through the end of march of next year. today's ceremony will be held off maverick's beach in half-moon bay at 2:00 p.m. if i had to guess, i would guess it would be pretty cool along
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the coast. let's go to christina loren. >> good morning to you, marla. good morning to you at home. well, we do have an overcast sky over san jose right now. this is highway 101 at 280. light traffic here. we'll get a full update on that from mike in a moment. the temperatures will be comfortable. 78 inland. 70 bayside. 67 at the coast.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is today's take with al roker, natalie morales, and willie geist. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to today on a friday morning. >> yeah. >> october 25th, 2013. there's a chill in the air outside. halloween is right around the corner. great day here in new york city. >> i wonder, is there something going on in the orange room? they closed the door. >> you're not allowed in there is what is going on. >> what's going on. >> they locked you out. >> oh, that hurt. >> i hate when that happens. >> don't you hate that? >> that's why they have those little stickers on there. >> investigate. see what they're up to. >> it's a see through orange room meeting. >> what's going on that you
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closed the doors. >> we closed it for a reason. >> what did you close it for? >> do you have the password to get in here? >> all right. never mind. >> we got a hot glue gun. >> it's an exclusive club. >> you are not one of them. >> i guess not. >> two drink minimum in there. that's the problem. >> we were talking about yesterday, the maryland attorney general and going to that party. >> right. >> douglas gentzler now defended his decision not to break up a party with underage drinking. this was over the summer, back in june. but it's just surfacing now. a photo of him at this party. you might see him in the middle in the white shirt behind the kid with no shirts on. stands out. >> taking a picture. >> said he was looking at a text. >> not taking a picture. >> meanwhile he is there. >> he also said in the red cups it might have been kool-aid. >> right. >> but he said it was probably beer. he admits there were underage
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drinking. >> he actually had a press conference to address this talking about kool-aid and other things. >> perhaps i should have assumed there was drinking going on and i got that wrong. but what i can tell you is that at no time, while i was in the house, did i see any teenager in any danger or any risk. as a parent, you always try to make the best judgments. in this case, maybe i should have done something differently. >> if you look at the picture, not right where i was, but there's some kids -- one or two kids holding red cups and generally, you know, there could be kool-aid in the red cups but there's probably beer in the red cups. i didn't go over and stick my nose in and see and maybe i should have. >> i'm going with the kool-aid. i think there was kool-aid in the cup. >> kids always strip their shirts off and dance on tables after they drink kool-aid. >> that's what we do on friday afternoons here, the third hour.
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>> he said i'm still running for governor. i stand by what i did. we rented a house. we gave them a safe place to celebrate their high school graduation. >> chaperoned by parents. they had a code of conduct and rules. they couldn't drink hard liquor. which i don't know if that makes a difference here or not. they couldn't go off and drive after being at the house and partying. >> but a lot of people saying even with all of that you're still the attorney general of the state and you're endorsing underage drinking. >> i don't know if you would make the case that he is endorsing underage drinking? >> he wasn't. it was written they could drink beer and not hard liquor. >> well, there you go. >> good news is, the voters will decide. >> and the good news is he's the guy that's going to plan his own victory party. set up the entertainment. >> red cups. >> a lot of kool-aid. >> it's going to be a party. this is a crazy story overheard on amtrak on a train yesterday,
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a political activist was traveling from washington yesterday. he overheard what should have been, i guess, a confidential conversation between a reporter and the former director of the nsa and cia retired general michael haden. the political activist live tweeted the whole conversation. he said i'm sitting in a public space here on the train. i heard it and he put it out on twitter. >> it was supposed to be an off the record conversation as well. but yet he is live tweeting it and of course if you're on the phone in a public place and you're revealing nsa secrets -- >> not a good idea. >> not exactly the most confidential place. >> maybe he should have sat in the quite car. >> he said listening to former nsa spy boss michael hayden give "off the record" interviews. i feel like i'm in the nsa except i'm in public. phone ringing. i think the jig s'up. maybe somebody is telling him i'm here. do i hide?
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then he kept tweeting, hayden's comments to press were clearly about nsa spying on foreign allies. that's them together for a nice pick. >> when he had something further to add he said i think he pretty much got the whole conversation there. he said that's pretty much all. >> do you ever do that in restaurants? especially in new york with the tables so close? >> it's hard. when you're on the phone you're more cautious and careful because you don't know who is listening in on your conversations these days. >> could be the government, could be the guy at the next table. >> exactly. james taylor, a lot of people calling this a flub. i think it was a great moment. he was giving his rendition of the national anthem. he appeared to forget he was singing the star spangled banner. later in the game he was to sing america the beautiful. he started off on that one but
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watch the save. ♪ oh, beautiful ♪ oh say, can you see, by the dawn's early light ♪ >> he didn't even blink. perfectly transitioned. i don't think the players caught on to it at all. >> a little mash up. >> i actually wanted to hear america the beautiful. i want to hear his version. >> yeah. >> but yeah, there was no reaction at fenway in the crowd. nobody picks up on it. >> i thits hnk it's his own tak it. >> i like the new lumber jack look for players. >> and the cardinals are trying but the beards aren't there. >> it's like duck dynasty playing baseball. >> it is. >> how long would it take for you to grow a beard like that? >> oh, gosh. >> years. >> right. >> i say you go for it. >> from the beginning to the end there's so much in between you
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don't want to see. >> i think you should. >> do it. >> #orangeroom, should willie grow a beard. >> #orangeroom, should willie grow a beard and a note to our graphics department, i don't know, maybe you can come up with something. >> pretty quickly i'm sure. >> there's a willie in duck dynasty. throwing that out there. >> i can see there's a resemblance. >> one patch here. one patch here. >> when i try to grow it my daughter says dad, you look like a bum. it's not good. >> i'll do it if you do it. >> okay. >> no. >> fantastic. >> you can't get out of it. i'm going to hold you to this. let's see what the viewer versus to say about it. >> one guy that can rock a beard is morgan freeman. he can do anything. the cast of "last vegas". >> they'll be here next week. >> that's right. they sat down with an interviewer from screen junkies. the guy got each of the actors
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to read lyrics from popular songs. the most entertaining was morgan freeman's rendition of what does the fox say. >> the dog goes wolf. cat goes meow, bird goes tweet. elephant goes toot. duck says quack. fish goes blub. but there's one sound that no one knows, what does the fox say? ring-a-ding ding. ring-a ding ding. what does the fox say? >> that's the number one on itunes now. >> that's a ring tone. morgan freeman says ring-a ding
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ding. >> he could read the phone book and put it on itunes. >> his voice is the best for anything. >> love that. >> willie, we just saw your incredible layup shot -- >> dunk. >> layup and then dunk. >> okay. >> so i got a tour yesterday of michael jordan's house. it's up for auction in november. they let me go into his gym. that's on the lower hoop. >> how low is the lower hoop. >> that's 8 1/2 feet. and now i'm going to the 10 foot. there it is. that's the real one. >> nice. >> wow. >> you know that one shot there, you had the michael jordan. >> i was going for it. >> you had the look. >> did you the tongue hanging out. >> hi the jump man pose with the legs spread. >> nice. >> unbelievable. >> you played high school baseball. >> yeah, i played a lot of basketball in my life. but you put on the number 23
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jersey and it lifts you up a couple more inches. >> he let you put that jersey on. >> it was a jersey. not his jersey. >> there was a lot of don't touch that. >> put that cigar back. >> yeah. but it's up for auction in november. if you want to live in michael's house. >> it was what? 21? >> it was on the market for 21 but they expect it could go well, well higher than that. >> 19 bathrooms. >> in chicago. if you're in the market. >> you could go almost three weeks in a different bathroom every day. >> i like the way you think about that, al. >> you could get lost in these bo bathrooms. >> it's wednesday. i'm going to number 17. >> number 23 on every one. check of the weather for us. >> let's see what's happening. we have cold air to talk about. it's going to be a great day. we expect to see plenty of cold air coming out of the great lakes and that cold air is going
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to mean oh my goodness, we've got frost and freeze warnings, freeze watches all the way from oklahoma and texas on into the northeast, as far south as mississippi, georgia, and alabama. my gosh it's going to be cold. look at these temperatures, right now it's only 33 in louisville. peoria 27. charlotte 44. cooler tomorrow morning. memphis looking for a temper 9:11. happy friday to you. we have a good-looking day shaping up. especially into the second half of the day. you can see low clouds lingering he for the time being. look at this. san francisco, nice sunny start to the day, and temperatures are going to be pretty comfortable in the city later on. around 68 degrees. 72 in san jose. 76 on the way to gilroy. we will warm up as we head
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through tomorrow by about five to eight degrees. then on sunday taking a couple degrees down. really cool by monday. wow. all kinds of disruptions in the studio. >> this is the aftermath. >> it's the five minute rule for tommy. >> i'm a big believer in the five minute rule. >> here it is. >> there it is. >> oh. >> oh but undeterred. look at this. >> there's a lot of clean up to do. >> we are off the rails. we are off the rails. >> yes, we are. >> coming up next, picture perfect. we reveal the most memorable imagines of the week. we'll be right back. ( telephone rings )
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most powerful photos of the week. >> takes us through them. always good to see you. >> you too, thanks for having me. >> let's get into this one. four generations of monarchs. this is a historic photo. >> what better way to start the morning than with an adorable baby boy. especially when it's a royal. you see prince william, prince charles and queen elizabeth the second. this is the first public outing since he was born and prince william told a few local media that he was not quite all day. this was the first time he was quite all day but this will be an iconic photo. it's the first time the queen was photographed with the three future monarchs. >> that's incredible. >> and this is reminiscent of a photo from over 100 years ago. >> right. what's so powerful and incredible -- how little it's changed. >> yes. >> the set up. >> yeah. >> including the christening
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gown, i think. >> i can imagine this was just as intimate 100 years ago when that photo was taken. only 22 names on the guest lis but there were 23 people there. so maybe one person sent out the invitations and he was there. >> seven of them were god parents. >> exactly. >> prince charles also features on the time magazine cover. >> he's making his own headlines but this is controversial. a lot of people alleging his statement was taken out of context. basically an unnamed official close to prince charles was quoted as saying he is afraid he's not going to achieve his ambition before the prison shades close, a term referring to the fact that he is going to be king, soon. of course they came out and said this is not true and this should not be attributed to him because he didn't say it. and then they said it was taken out of context. >> terrible story back here in the united states this week in massachusetts where the young teacher was killed.
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>> this is a tribute to 24-year-old colleen ritzer. teachers don't get enough credit to start, i would say. what's powerful, though, is she was allegedly murdered by her 14-year-old student and this is a moment of silence, game one of the world series. you know, it's a powerful story because on social media, a lot of people tweeted at the players and asked them to do this and then they did do this. he is being held without bail. the 14-year-old student. they're saying he was a new student and he was quite but she also -- social media is such a part of this story. she was tweeting out tons of encouraging statements and math br problems to her students that are being circulated. >> the tribute to the boston marathon victims up as well. we have a portrait on display. what is this made of? >> this is made of 30,000 wooden pegs. 2,000 tons of sand.
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it's the largest land art arial photograph you could say in the uk and ireland. this kicked off the festival. it can be seen from a plane, at its best as we see here. but there's parts around belfast that you can also see it. if you're on the ground, you're not going to see much. >> how did they do that? >> it took over a month. this artist, he on purpose was on a research trip to belfast he found a young woman or young girl who he wanted to remain anonymous and he called this the wish. it was like an effort, he had people from belfast help him out. >> very quickly, natalie wanted me to throw up the tease of the hot football player. she has the notre dame guy. >> come on. >> cam mcdaniel. >> otherwise known as savannah's boyfriend. >> that's right. ridiculously hot football player. >> good to see you. >> thank you. >> coming up next, all the
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♪ good morning. it is 9:26. i'm marla tellez. a woman is facing two counts of vehicular manslaughter. menlo park police say 54-year-old marjorie rice phillip appeared to be driving drunk when she hit a man from behind killing them. the couple was out walking their dog. this happened just before 7:00 last night near the corner of choco street and constitution drive. not far from bay front expressway. officers say the car then crossed the center divide hitting another car before crashing into a tree. she was taken to stanford hospital with minor injuries and
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will be booked into jail when she is released. now, families and providers of that deadly limo fire on the san mateo bridge now filing a wrongful death and personal injury lawsuit. in may nine women were on their way to a wedding. modification and maintenance of the limo were at fault. they're going after the limo manufacturer, limo operator, and limo repair company. we'll have a look at the forecast and traffic after the break.
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>> welcome back. a beautiful day shaping up. temperatures are going to climb into the 70s. look at this sky over san francisco. not a cloud to be found. temperatures work like this for today. 78 degrees in fairfield. 68 in san francisco. 71 in fremont, and 72 degrees
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right here in san jose. warming you up into this upcoming weekend. let's check on the drive. here's mike. >> good morning. we're looking over here towards -- traffic smooth right now. not a major problem. we do -- to the bay bridge toll plaza, and this is starting to ease once again. we have the third of three three oakland. look at the north 880 slowed through oakland, and then the bay bridge where we saw that backup. that's that burst we see typically about this time. >> very green. thanks, mike. we're back at --
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all right. we have an important message. >> there you are. >> doug and joe. >> doug and joe. >> no it's mason. >> i can't see the monitor. >> and that cup of coffee. >> look at that. >> we've got an important update for you. we have to listen to the viewers. >> yes. >> we were talking about beards and the red sox players are growing the beards and i suggested that maybe -- >> i grow a beard. >> i suggested it. we said go for it. >> what i believe in is democracy. >> this was a flawed number. >> absolutely let it go. 27%. no, keep it clean, 73%. >> the people have spoken,
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natalie. >> they're doing this for charity and the month of november. >> you're the worst. >> the crew said they will be in on it. >> i'll do it. >> al will do it. >> let's do it. >> this is nationally televised blackmail right now. >> that's right. >> and as a black male i think you should do it. >> oh. >> try it through monday. if it's terrible he can shave it off monday. >> i'll slave have on a commerc break. >> i'm trying right now. let's see what's going on. everything is working nicely. for tomorrow, we've got some rain and snow showers across the northern tier of new england. great lakes, a lot of cold air making its way through the plains. fun continuing for the ninth day in the pacific northwest. showers and thunderstorms down
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through parts of texas. sunny and mild up and down the mid-atlantic coast. it will be warm down in florida. then sunday, sunday, more sunshine, more cold weather up into new england. we're looking at a mix of rain and snow. interior sections of the pacific northwest and heavy showers 9:32. happy friday morning to you. we have a gorgeous day and an even better weekend shaping up. if you are looking for sunshine and warm temperatures. right now we're mostly in the 50s. it's still cold enough to wear a jacket, but this is where we're headed later on today. 70 in oakland. 68 degrees in san francisco. right at room temperature later on today hear in san jose. 72 degrees. now, saturday into sunday we are going to bump your numbers up, but then they crash as we head from sunday into monday. and that's your latest weather. >> today is friday, of course. but do you know that friday is one of the worst days to go to
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the dmv. >> turns out you can save yourself time and money on everything from groceries to gas if you just avoid certain dieay of the week. she is the host of financially fit. >> good morning guys. >> let's start with these myths. tuesday and wednesday the best days to buy airline tickets. >> the pricing wars have gotten so out of hand in the airline industry if you see a good deal you should snag it. of course timing does matter but it's not so much a monday or wednesday situation. it's you have to go early. 8 weeks in advance. if you're buying your thanksgiving tickets now, you're not going to get a good deal. >> is there ever really a good day to go to the dmv? some days are worse than others. >> fridays and monday as cording to the department of motor vehicles. they did a study across the country and found out mondays and fridays the lines are longest. so go midweek after the lunch hour rush. >> and you mention toward the end of the month and beginning of the month. >> yeah, definitely.
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>> although a shout out to the dmv express on 34th and 8th. >> they do an incredible job. >> they do. >> worst day to go to the grocery store. >> it's a tuesday. we talk about this a lot on my yahoo! show. we find that groceries don't stock their shelves until midweek. sales don't start until wednesday. so tuesday you have slim pickings and a lot of the fresh produce and things have been sitting there for several days. so you want to go over the weekend. wednesday is when the sales begin and on through the weekend. >> this isn't on the list but what about fish? >> fish? with the grocery tip also you maybe want to avoid tuesdays because that's when they're getting restocked. >> the next one is scheduling surgery. why would one day be better than the other for this. >> doctors say when a surgery is later in the day they're actually more complications and think about it, when you have to go, say, at 4:00 in the afternoon versus 7:00 a.m. you
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haven't eaten all day because they tell you not so by then maybe you're not feeling your best. also you want to go earlier in the week because on a friday, if there are complications and you want to see your doctor you may not be able to until monday. you may have to stay overnight at the hospital and that's more money. >> plus wouldn't the surgeon be fresher early in the week. >> my doctor said chances are you won't get delayed. >> when shouldn't you buy gas? >> a thursday. people are looking forward to the weekend. you want to go on wednesday. price per gallon 5 cents cheaper. >> really? >> yeah. on average. >> let's talk about the best time to buy fresh flowers? >> after monday. the worst day is monday and that's because overall, the flower markets, the wholesale markets are closed over the weekend. so whatever is sitting in the flower shop on monday is not going to make a very great arrangement. it's going to be a little bit left over.
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save yourself from an awkward situation. don't get caught without kleenex tissues. if you're like us you probably have a lot of little things to fix around the house like nail holes or painting walls but you keep putting it off because you don't know where to start. >> here to get you started is contributor to this old house magazine. your first advice is start small. >> if you have a small problem. not to say that bieber is small. okay. you're man crush is over with him. we're going to do spackeling. all right. what's new about this is just
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ss spackle and sandpaper in one. you can paint right over it because it's already in there. this is thumb tack holes and nail holers. that's easy. >> all right. bigger holes, big problems. >> all right. let's just say here -- al, give me a hole. willie, you want to give a hole too. >> now, that's a hole. >> all right. so the door swings open. the door handle goes through the drywall, everybody is going to try to cut the patch to match the hole. >> cut the hole to the patch. >> cut it so it's the perfect size of the patch. so now you're trying to do a patch like this. it's just an extra piece of drywall but there's nothing behind the hole.
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take some strapping, maybe, get it in behind there and then secure the strapping with two drywall screws and now you have yourself a place. >> and then that falls behind the wall. >> and then you guys jump in, right? >> you come in with the hammer. >> then we're talking tape and compou compound. sand it down and paint it over. >> we have a question on this one from facebook. we bought our first house last december. the previous owners had begun to remove the wallpaper. we picked up where they left off. >> they couldn't finish the job. no one likes the stuff. here's the trick. a lot of solution that would go on wallpaper might not penetrate. so we're going to score it. run it around. that's going to break the surface. >> look at that. >> okay. okay. >> you just got excited.
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>> breaks the surface of the wallpaper. now we're putting the solution on. this is going to eat away at the glue underneath. >> how long does it have to stay on? >> 15 to 20 minutes before. >> just go crazy with the solution. so once that solution gets through we're getting behind the wallpaper. >> shouldn't take the wall off. >> there you go. that's pretty good. there might be glue from the wallpaper left on there. hit it again. >> it will fall away. let's go to a twitter question, can i paint over wallpaper instead of ripping it off? that sounds like a no. >> no. unless you're moving out and you hate the people that are moving in. take the wallpaper off before you paint over it. not just the wallpaper, take the glue off the wall as well. because that will dry out and cause the paint to crinkle and crack. >> so then you have to prime it and do all of that.
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>> nice clean wall, primer, two topcoats. >> i took off four coats with paint on top. how i got my job. long story. >> one more question for you, any tips on repainting from eggplant to light beige? >> whether it's eggplant which is a dark color or red which is a terrible color, al, you up for another one? >> sure. >> key this is the primer. we tinted it with the grey. it's a neutral color and it will cover up the bright colors, the reds and such. once that primer is on, now you're going over with one or two topcoats. being able to do it is to neutralize what's underneath. >> if you want to go grey, could you just do this. >> i'd love to see your house. >> i don't get to make any of the decisions. >> no, al has a phone number he calls. >> always good to see you. >> thank you guys. >> coming up next, they're hear ♪
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>> no, baked with bread crumbs. here we start with sausage and peas. i already started the sausage cooking. put in the onion. sauté. al, give it a spin. >> yes, ma'am. >> this is sweet sausage. >> yes. >> now i'm putting in my peas. okay. and we're going to let this -- if this was normal time, i would say about ten minutes. until the peas get soft. >> okay. >> okay. >> got some salt. >> there you go. >> then let that cook and this is pasta that i already cooked in the one pot. >> done. >> and it's strained and i'm putting it in here and by the way, i cooked it al dente because otherwise you have a
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mush. this is what it is. it's delicious. >> it looks delicious. >> we're doing ribs. >> i skimmed it through the back and cooked them through so they're nice and clean. >> you got the butcher to do it. >> i did. it's a great weekend meal. this is something you do on a saturday. it needs about an hour and a half to cook. but we browned up the ribs. >> okay. >> we'll start with a little garlic. >> okay. so we'll leave that fat -- >> leave everything the way it s. onions, garlic, red wine, sage, tomato, crushed. >> wow. >> and then last we just have to hit it with a little white wine. sorry i did the vinegar already. let that sit 15 to 30 minutes and add the ribs in. >> browned ribs already. >> we'll cover for an hour and a half. this is what it's going to look like. >> how long do they go in the oven? >> just browned. >> and then back in. >> let's get to dessert. >> well, happy autumn everyone.
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>> how is married life for you? >> it is so fantastic. i haven't seen you sense. anyway, we're doing typical autumn dish. poached pears and apples. i started with my butter and cut up granny smith apples, pears, we like those because they're nice and firm and hold up to cooking. so we started with butter -- >> wow. >> wow. >> i'm sorry. >> okay. >> you will be. >> so, anyway, we started pears, apples, water, sugar, two to one water to sugar. so apple cider. we reduced ours. >> it's a little thicker. >> a little thicker. a little bit of cinnamon and vanilla bean. we mix this all together.
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we like to make them with a crumb topping. so we would typically just put this topping on top and will i'm going to ask you to stand back for one second because now we bake it in the oven and this is what it looks like, 350 for about 20 minutes. >> very nice. >> and top it off with a little cream. how fabulous is that? >> fabulous. >> all in one pot. >> fabulous. >> thank you so much. recipes on we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. [ woman ] dear chex cereal,
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i've never written a fan letter before, but you've done the impossible. you made gluten-free cereals in a whole bunch of yummy flavors. cinnamon chex and honey nut chex are two of our favorites. when my husband found the chocolate one, we were in cereal heaven. the only problem is, with so many great flavors you're making it very hard to choose. your fans, the mcgregor family. 'cause we love chex. natalie threw out this idea that i should grow a beard. we asked on facebook, good idea or bad idea. grow, 30%, 70, keep it clean. >> the people have spoken.
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>> don't do it willie. my mommy raised us to stay clean shaven. don't say mommy. and lisa, willie is more of a clean shaven kind of guy. great jaw. stay just as you are. >> the only that really matters is lester. >> he had a mustache. >> maybe you can get away with the beard. >> willie with a beard. >> oh, wow. >> duck dynasty. >> that's not going to work for anybody. glad that's been decided. >> besides growing facial hair what's going on this weekend? >> scary movies. you used to go to the theater to get your scary fix. >> we have one on the weather channel. >> we'll check it out when we see you this week. favorite scary movie. >> friday 13th.
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it is 9:56. i'm marla tellez. a subcontractor at the levi stadium project is now in jail. santa clara police have now arrested vincent lacona, supervisor at the site. he is accused of grand theft and two counts of burglary.
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police say he stole from his employer cupertino electric, that was hired to work on the new stadium. investigators do not think stole from the stadium construction site, but they are still looking into the case. fremont police are asking for the public's help after a road rage shooting yesterday morning along interstate 680. police say one driver shot at the car -- at the other car after exiting the freeway near mission boulevard because a driver was apparently going too slowly. the victim is a 59-year-old man from pleasanton. he was hit three times, but he is expected to survive. the shooter took off and is still on the run. hey, thank you, marla. still have clouds lingering over the south bay. overall we're nice and clear. right at room temperature right here in san jose. 82 degrees between 3:30 and 4:00
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this afternoon. saturday into sunday, we actually bring your temperatures up quite a bit. we'll be back in the 80s, and then between sunday and monday falling from 81 inland to 68 degrees. major cooling. let's check your driver. here's mike. >> we're looking at oakland where we had another slowdown, and then finally starting to clear once again. over the last 15 minutes, that changed at the oakland area. high street top your screen. we had a crash that moved to the shoulder just before the start of this cut-in, and that's why we have the flow of traffic. a nice smooth flow as well. here's the bay bridge toll plaza with backups to the fast track lanes, and here's the south bay with northbound routes. 101 by the airport, and 58 at cupertino. orange means slow. >> we'll be back with our next local news update at 10:26.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. you made it. congratulations. it's friday, friday. it's october 25th. and we're delighted you're with us today. >> what are you doing for your weekend? >> i'm going to be in california because my daughter's parents weekend. >> oh, yeah. >> and she's in a sorority and i've never been around that. it's going to be an eyeopener for me. >> i'm sure it will be. >> yes. >> all right. so here's a question for you.
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when you initially start dating someone -- >> you're going to be in new orleans? >> i'm in new orleans talking to journalism students. so when you meet a guy and start dating, at what point do you let him see you without makeup on? >> you know how long ago that's been? >> yeah? >> so long that i can't remember. >> you didn't need makeup ever. >> it was so long ago. now it takes four hours. >> they say the average woman -- >> no, that was not necessary. >> but look at the smile on my face. it's like i just passed gas. that's awful. if you ever -- i shouldn't say you, that bothers me more than any picture ever. not because of the no makeup, but because of the smile. >> the average woman waits four weeks before going bare faced, a month. i that i is about right. look, when they're used to seeing one way and then suddenly you're not, it could be terrifying. >> i don't think joanne has ever
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let her husband see her without make makeup. >> never. >> i think there are 18% of women say they will always have makeup on in front of their man, always. >> and she doesn't just do that, she also has girly time. when she won't let her husband see her do any girly stuff. no plucking, no waxing. no color. no flossing. ears. none of that stuff. >> i do say there is a thing when you when some things are kept private. >> sacred. >> like one time i remember -- >> why am i yelling? >> i remember spending time with someone and he was vacuuming once and he was just walking around the house without clothes on. he's like oh, there's a mess, let me vacuum. i said please don't vacuum like that. that's such a turnoff. vacuuming, bending over. >> oh, my god! >> people do that. and then suddenly you're like --
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ooh. >> who are you? >> neets freak hat freak has to. >> on commercial break i want to know who it was. in the long list, who was it? >> we have bad news for your body parts, people. scientists say -- >> and i've been telling you this for years. >> we didn't need a scientist. breasts get old and saggy before the rest of your body. in fact, this accelerated by three years. so take your age, add three years and that's the age of your breasts. >> i have 63-year-old ta-tas. explains a lot. it really does. oh, my gosh. and then if you nurse, too. >> oh, no. >> indeed. >> but, you know what, then you get menopause. that's your reward for getting pregnant, having babies, no
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sleep for years and years and then god blesses you with menopause. thank you. >> you know what? when listening to our show, i feel like we're such a girly show. but we're really not a show just for women. >> apparently not. i've always known football fans are lurking out there. i've got one. >> of course you do. well, oregon state -- >> go bs. >> what are they? wait. go what? >> go bs. it says go bs. i think beavers. >> anyway, the beavers watch us at 10:00 in the football video room. so they sent us this picture on our facebook page. that's what's happening in the beaver video room. >> do we have nolan's name? there he is. he is skyping with us. >> do you seriously watch us?
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>> yes, we really do. since ever morning since i got here we've been watching it. we turn it on like a daily routine. just come into the office and get ready for practice. >> nolan, can we ask you a question he? >> yeah. >> why? >> i think greg actually has the answer to that question. >> greg is the one that got you doing it, right? >> yeah. >> i've been watching you for a long time. i've always been watching kathie lee but ever since she got hoda by her side, she's better. >> go beavers! >> frank gifford, you know that great hall of famer, sends his love. >> thank you. >> all right, guys. good-bye. >> it says it right there. oregon state beavers. yes, indeed. >> love them. love them. >> now the reason that we have
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these old time cereals on our table is because -- >> why? because of halloween. and they only come out at halloween. and people are buying them off the shelves in hoards because they're only available. >> in a small window. >> so here they are. do you remember this, franken berry, boo-berry and count chocula. it is like sugar and they're so delicious. >> see, i -- we never had them. >> she has soy milk. i have no desire for them. >> you don't? >> no. >> just why? >> sugar-coated and i don't like that stuff. so i don't buy it. so what we were going to ask you, does it bring back childhood memories? i was a child in the 1880s and we ate maize. the first thanks giving. frank and i were indians and the pilgrims eating maize.
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that's what we had. >> i'll tell you, the things that bring back childhood memories in terms of cereal, captain crunch and crisp. and then in the car going on long trips, my parents always had juicy fruit gum. the smell of juicy fruit always reminds me of being a kid. >> they make it taste like this and i'll have some. matthew? >> who is she? >> i don't know. >> we have a woman in our skype box and we need to -- >> who is she? okay. we just want to make sure we know what's going on here. >> all right. are there any other foods in life that you eat that bring back a childhood memory. >> other than juicy fruit gum and cereal? is this a setup? >> no. >> no, there is nothing. >> for me, it's crabs. >> why don't we just keep the theme going. why don't we keep the ridiculous
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theme going. >> what's better than crabs? >> let's just keep that sound bite separate. keep it for later use. >> i have so many amazing memories of summer time eating crabs in maryland. my dad would catch them and cook them and we would spend all day long -- >> did esteem them? >> esteemed them, yeah. so any time you want to make me happy, you call up costas in baltimore and get me some crabs. >> remember 60th birthday. >> yes. >> it's time for -- >> your friday funny! all right. save it. a woman is looking in the mirror. she starts to pull at her face and try to flat enher stomach and she turns to her husband and says i'm so old. i'm so fat. her husband just goes about his business and ignores her. i look just horrible. i'm not the woman you married. still no response. her husband just stairs and then starts to walk away. so she screams after him, hello!
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i really need a compliment now. her husband finally stops, turns around and thinks about it for a minute and says, well, do you have good eyesight. i like it. >> let me tell you what -- >> it's the delivery. >> they're getting better and better. it's time for our today's johnson baby now since we celebrate new moms and adorable additions to their new families. first up is matthew. he was born on october 9th in cleveland, ohio. matthew and jenna says he loves bath time. he says the birth of baby matty is every dream they ever had come true. >> next is otto su dal lonkani. he was born on september 12th. his middle name means sea otter in korean because his mom is korean. when she said she was going to name her son otto, he thought
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she said otter so it stuck. >> next is ella sophia mikovich, born august 28th. her mom calls her mommy's little shopper because she loves going on walks to the mall in the stroller. >> and our last is zack edward niziol. he was born august 24th. no, he's not happy, mommy. in atlanta, georgia. his parents jason and caroline say their son won't stop making crazy facial expressions. and that is called gas. and dad has his fingers crossed that zack grows up to be an avid golfer. >> congratulations to all our babies. if you want a chance to have your baby appear in our johnson baby of the week, go to our website. >> we need your help. you go to halloween parties and all that sort of thing. we want to see the costumes you've been wearing to the hollywood parties. you're going to get bonus points if you dressed up like us. >> really? >> submit pictures and we just might, and that's the operative word, show them on the air next
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telling him? i'm scared to death of losing him for good. >> there are three points to make. the first one is soul mates or best friends make great soul mates. >> right. >> so you got great foundation there. secondly, when it comes to how to tell him, all you got -- you don't have to jump the guy. it doesn't have to be that risky. can you say, listen, i feel more than just a friend to you right now. how do you feel? are you feeling anything different? >> you've been there for me during this difficult time for me in my life. >> we are friends for four years. >> do you feel the same way? and let him see where he comes from. thirdly, whenever anyone says i'm afraid of losing them as a friend, i never buy it. >> why? >> firstly, because they're not really -- they don't fear losing someone as a friend, they fear rejection. >> and if someone is truly a friend, can you ever lose them? >> no. and especially guys. think about it. the guy can't even remember what he had for breakfast this
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morning. he's not going to remember her hitting on him a year from now. >> i think it changes the dynamic. if you change the game, the guy looks at you differently. >> it only changes the dynamic if she gets awkward after that encounter. people stay awkward instead of going back to the way they were. >> why does my husband look at other women when he's with me? i'm 12 years younger than him and i'm pretty attractive. what is he doing? >> she's funny. >> and modest, too. >> my question to begin with is well do you ever find other guys attractive? ever? >> the answer is, yes. >> of course the answer is yes. no one ever finds anyone else attractive. >> that's ridiculous to even expect. that. >> correct. so she set up a rule that immediately he can't follow. he can't win at. so now if the question is if he does it in front of me, then -- >> and it hurts my feelings. >> then she needs to set up a better rule for the relationship. it's not you can't find anyone else attractive. you have to make me feel secure
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in this relationship. >> there is looking and then there is looking. >> there is glancing and then up and down. some guys can make you feel -- >> that's a point that someone needs to make. when i'm with you, here's how it makes me feel when you do that. here's what i would love for you to do because it makes me feel special. when do you that, i don't feel special. >> i was a hugger before i met you, i'll be a hugger until the day i die. >> how did he react to that? >> like i care. i love him dearly. but don't tell me not to hug when i'm a hugger. it's my natural inclination. sorry. all right. this is courtney. she says i've been in a five-year relationship with a guy. he is 30. i'm 27. we've been living together for about three years now and even did a cross country move together. now he wants to take a break and live apart. it seems like he's terrified of commitment. but i am not sure how to move on. do i continue to date? she likes quotation marks.
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and see this guy while living apart or just cut it off completely? >> completely. >> does that make any sense? >> cut it off. she, right now -- >> we have no time. >> tell him. >> if she is saying that he actually wants a break, i'm going assume right now that means a break from her, not just a break from living together. she has to change the way she is looking at the situation. i always say to people, don't value how much you like someone value the investment they give you. if she's saying well i really like him -- >> we don't know what that means. >> here's what it means. men and women many the mistake of saying i really like this guy so i'm going to try really hard. instead of saying this guy is investing and me and giving to me, therefore i like him. the danger with the first one is as soon as you like a guy -- >> let's go on to the next one.
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we don't have any time. all right! we really have to go! we don't know what that meant. >> all right. let's move on. just in time for halloween, we're all decked out. >> what is that with her? >> creepy. we're going to find out. ♪ [ male announcer ] rocky had no idea why dawn was gone for so long... ...but he'd wait for her forever and would always be there with the biggest welcome home. for a love this strong, dawn only feeds him iams. compared to other leading brands, it has 50% more animal protein. help keep rocky's body as strong as a love that never fades. iams. keep love strong. now you can keep love fun with new shakeables meaty treats. now you cthis weekend. keep love fun [ female announcer ] hurry in to the jcpenney monster sale for 4 days only, starting this friday, get an extra 15 percent off on apparel, home, shoes and accessories with your coupon. and this saturday, bring the kids to jcpenney in costume to trick-or-treat.
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thomas is here to buzz through ways to create a hollywood disguise and you are -- >> i'm meryl streep's character from "death becomes her." i canee my butt for the first time. she was with goldie hawn. they were strig to stay young forever. it was the funniest movie. >> this is all about halloween. everybody freaks out about the costume. i'm all about the makeup. you can really get some cool makeup effects like the pros by yourself. >> how should we do it? >> the first step, if you want to do anything in the clown category, the ghost category, covering your canvas with white, clown white was developed by ben nye, famous -- >> the science guy? >> what's really important, if you have kids, use a water based solution. it's tough to come off. your kids, it can be a nightmare. make sure you get a quality product. and then use setting powder, it will stay longer. this is amazing.
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these are transfers. they took brad pitt to so many different ages. he developed these prosthetics that look just like what you see on the film. you apply them with water. then you blend the edges with alcohol. they're under $20. >> what do you call this one? >> this is the housewife slit. >> i would put them on me but they were all over the place. >> the housewife lip. >> crazy! >> then can you get realistic stars and more. last but not least, mayon is this amazing company. they've been in business for 80 years. they have everything from stage blood to liquid latex. but i think most importantly what you want to check out are their removers. when you put makeup on and all this stuff for halloween, you have to make sure you remove it well. i think that is the big mistake and people end up with all kinds of stuff. >> love you, bobbie. >> do you believe in spanking your child?
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memorial where andy lopez was killed. the 13-year-old was fatally shot tuesday by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy who thought the replica ak-47 he was carrying was real. the autopsy report shows lopez was hit by gunfire seven times. lieutenant paul henry says it's believed the deputy fired eight shots within ten seconds. the protest is planned for next week. we'll have a look at weather and traffic after the break.
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>> welcome back. what a pretty day shaping up across the bay area. we'll be at about 78 in livermore today. 71 for fremont. 70 straight up in oak town, and 68 degrees in san francisco with major heat headed our way as we get into the weekend. we'll talk all about that today at 11:00. right now let's check on your drive. any better out there, mike? >> oh, yeah. really nice right now. we have those low clouds you've been talking about. that haze hanging out. not a problem for the drive. look at this 101 through palo alto. now let's see where we have a match. you see green around the bay area. friday has a lighter commute overall. we still have a sticking point through 101 and 85 krsh a crash moved to the shoulder. 237 past moffit, and it might slow down folks coming off the 237 as well. 580 where an earlier crash happened over to the shoulder. >> you are probably right. thanks so much. coming up in 30 minutes, menlo park parents just out for a walk
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with their dog killed by an out of control driver. we'll have reaction from the victims' family. that's coming up at 11:00. we're back on this friday asking the age-old question to spank or not to spank. a new study suggests children who are spanked early in life can develop aggression and behavior problems. that's what the study says. >> yeah, but not everyone agrees. take a look. >> i certainly was and i deserved it when i got spanked. >> i was never spanked as a child. i don't believe in spanking. i never spanked my own children. >> let's put it this way, i think i was spanked a couple times and after that i learned the lesson quickly. >> occasionally i was spanked as a child. i think it had the use at the time. i'm not sure it was appropriate all the time. >> no. it didn't work for my kids. and it just -- it's not effective at all. >> i think in rare cases acting is better than words. and in certain situations, one
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good crack across the butt probably speaks 1,000 words. >> all righty then. michael mckenzie. >> it is a generational thing. >> michael mckensy is a researcher on that study. and dr. iva horn is a pediatrician. welcome. >> welcome. >> tell us a little bit about this study. what is it showing exactly? >> the three big take homes to the study, the first thing that surprised a lot of people is this wide belief that spanking is rare. no one spanks their kids anymore. we find that spanking rates have not dropped off. half the parents were spanking kids at age 5, at least once a week in the past month. >> we should define what spanking is. it's very different from beating your child. >> it s people have their own definition of what they include in that category. we were talking about a hand on the buttocks. zbh and it shows later on the kids get aggress sflif. >> yeah, we found children that experienced high levels of spanking defined as more than, you know, two or more times a week showed lower verbal
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capacity at age 9 and more aggression. >> dr. horn, do you think there are certain behaviors that require a parent or parent should think about spanking their child? >> i don't think there is a behavior that requires a parent to consider spanking. i don't want parents -- if i say to parents absolutely if you tell me you're spanking then we have a problem. then they won't come to me when there is really an issue. >> right. >> as a pediatrician, i want them to have that conversation to talk about this thing that is underlying why they feel like they have to spank their child. therein lies the problem and the concern. what's going on with this parent and the parent-child dynamic that the parent feels like they need to spank their child. >> this is about frequency though f you're doing it every other day, there is an issue. if you do it every now and then when there's a big problem, that's different. >> a lot of parents are using this not as a backup tool but as their go-to method. this is what they use and rely on exclusively. >> but more and more we're living in a world where we're letting television raise our children or video games raise
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our children, technology. we have become a post human society. we're more comfortable with machine thanksgiving hus than h. is that part of the problem? kids so much aggressiveness in the media? i certainly had as a child growing up. could that be part of what is going on here? >> i think what we're really talking about here is the aggression that kids see with their parents and their interaction with parents. and then that leading to aggressive behavior in the future. >> one of you said that you didn't think that time-outs work either. so what do you do with a small child? >> like don't he'd the tide. >> this is where families dismiss. they see the other academics who don't get what it's like in the trenches with the kids. and they dismiss it. people don't interpret what happened to them as abuse. so when people are say this is abuse, they tune it out. the reality is that no one spends a lot of time work with a kid say can you reason or negotiate. >> it's impossible.
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>> what should do you? >> sometimes you need to remove the child from the situation. and sometimes you need to remove yourself as a parent from the situation. identify when that needs to occur. parents need time out. sometimes we need a time out. and sometimes the kids do need a time out so they can take a breath and recognize what their behavior is and what the reaction is. when kids are really young, they don't -- they get that disconnect. it doesn't click for them quite yet. >> what they need is love. a lot, a lot, a lot of love. they need discipline too. thank you very much. all right. we love them. hit maker who should be in the rock 'n' roll hall of fame, it makes me crazy. he tells the inside story of his incredible come back after 12 years off the charts. >> and things that make you go boo. we have creepy critters for halloween coming up. what does that first spoonful taste like?
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they're the most misunderstood. even hoda earlier said, they get stuck in my hair. >> i read that on google. they're nocturnal. >> yes, they are nocturnal but they're not blind. a lot of people think they are rodents. they are most closely related to primates. >> what do they eat? >> that's a great question. so we have a fruit bat here. >> there he goes. >> he is a pollen ator. >> he pollen aates. >> he pollenates all the stuff you like the most. >> okay we get it. >> and then they disperse seeds after that. this guy is an insect eater. because he eats -- he can eat 1,000 insects an hour. >> good for him. >> and is it worth that? if it wasn't for him, we would be overrun with insects. >> here are little worm things.
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put them right up there under his nose so he can see them. >> is that his mouth or other end? >> he is grooming himself. >> where is his face. >> his face is right there. >> did he get it? >> come on, that's not nice. >> there we go. think about them as a baby, it's kind of sweet. >> there we go. >> he's loving it. >> bring on the raven. >> okay. we're going to take these guys off. the next animal here, and we have a beautiful raven. now here's another animal, again, because of edgar allen poe, you know, depression and death and all that stuff. this guy has got great personality. they're one of the smartest animals in the animal kingdom. talk about personality, okay, people are afraid of him. >> okay. and he's now gone. >> you know what? he is afraid of pumpkins we have found out. >> he's on the roof top. >> he's coming back down.
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>> come on. >> bring out the python. i never thought i'd want to say that. >> we'll leave the raven up there. he'll come down in a little while. >> who is going to good get the raven? >> let's bring the snakes out. >> let's bring the snakes out! >> a lot of people don't really -- i don't like his face towards me like. that. >> is that for me? >> yes. >> the nice thing aut these, three snakes that we have here are they are ambassadored. so when people don't like things, it's often because they don't know about them. >> they never met one in person. >> i met one. >> i like how you're holding him. >> give him a little support. >> give him some support. >> these animals are -- the same type of thing as great to go to zoos to find out a little bit more. you don't want to put their faces close together. >> they're not friends? >> no. we wouldn't necessarily have -- these two are housed together. they're the same type.
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actually called a red python. >> we have to bring on the cat. >> okay. let's take these guys off. >> the raven son the way, hoda. >> it's all about getting to know animals. that's what zoos can provide by coming and visiting. >> it's a black cat. normal? >> this is just a black cat. not only does it perform in our show at sea world in orlando, but people think black cats with bad omens and they're not. >> we love you, julie. >> he is a rock 'n' roll survivor. songwriter and wonderful guy. right after this. ♪ catch the butterfly effect. l'oreal introduces new voluminous butterfly mascara. spread your lashes. l'oreal's revolutionary asymmetric brush instantly
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he sold millions of records,
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written 500 songs and it hasn't always come easy for him. he topped the charts and he is still awesome. >> so sad. >> according to a new book called "rock 'n' roll survivor" after making his way back up, went on to have one of the most incredible come backs in rock 'n' roll history. and he's back with us today. one of our favorite guests. neil, love you. love you. >> hello. >> this book written by your friend rich padolski is such a history lesson, isn't it? >> i'm very excited. it brings back all of the memories in this crazy fickle business. i was off the charts for 13 years. not working. and i met a guy by the name of elton john. ever hear of him? >> i did. >> he was a neil sadaka fan. he signed me to his record label. lo and behold, my record became number one after 13 years. >> shall we hear a little of
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that? ♪ laughter in the rain walking hand in hand ♪ ♪ with the one i love no. no. and the one regis does all the time. calendar girl. ♪ i love, i love, i love my calendar girl each and every day of the year ♪ >> love it. do you love playing those songs over and over? >> i never get tired of them. they're like old friends. i weren't be here if it weren't for "breaking up is hard to do ♪ >> i love this one. ♪ don't take your love away from me ♪ >> and then i wrote -- >> i love them. ♪ love love will keep us together ♪ >> this is real music. >> wait, can i ask one thing about that song. at the end i thought captain and tanile were saying sadaka.
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they say your name, don't they? >> great tribute. he said sadaka is back at the end of the record. >> yes. >> i stupidly never put it out as a single. they had a magnificent single. >> you written so many, so many hits through the years. my favorite, favorite one makes me cry every time. will you do a little of "the hungry years." ♪ i miss the hungry years once upon a time ♪ ♪ lovely long ago we didn't have a dime ♪ ♪ were days of me and you we lost along the way ♪ >> beautiful! >> wow. do you still enjoy writing songs, neil? >> i find it absolutely fascinating. it's a gift. and the words are like puzzle pieces. i have a new album called the real neil with all new songs and some old classic neil sadaka.
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but the words are like puzzle pieces. they fit in. there's only one sentence that is the perfect sentence for that. and you have to go through all of them until you find them. >> you are working on another musical. we'll talk about that when you come back. but you are writing now for your beautiful grandchildren as well. you have so many great gornlous kids. >> yes, i have three grandkids. i have twin girls 10 and a boy 8. and i wrote with my son a book called "dinosaur pet." >> you were with us for that. >> yes, and he changed the words. ♪ i love, i love, i love my dinosaur pet ♪ and lunch lunch will keep us together ♪ ♪ and where the tides are >> i love of that so much. >> we love you, neil. >> i love singing with the kids. whoever thought i would sing with my grandchildren. >> well, good luck with the book. it is a great history lesson in the music industry.
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how to stay in there and gefr gi -- and never give up your dreams. >> all right. we love you, sweetheart. >> thank you, darling. >> you updated your wardrobe for fall. now it's time for your guy to freshen up. >> yes, the must haves. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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we're back with must haves for men if you're looking to make over your guy or grab a few items to keep him up to date, you're in luck. >> we're here for the hottest clothing and accessories for guys under $50. with us is the style expert and host of tlc "something borrowed, something new." so you have a bunch of trends for us. plaid is in. >> plaid never goes out. >> that's the best part about this trend. any guy can wear this. they're not intimidated. these are great shirts from target. you have cool plaids done in
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wool from h & m. this is great for holiday photos coming up. one for your kid and one for dad. so the dad and son can take a picture together in their matching ties. >> camo hasn't gone out. >> a lot of guys wear this anyway. it's another trend that make you feel comfortable. camouflage is on every runway. these are pieces from target. >> i love the inside of that. it looks so cozy. >> you love hoodies. >> look at the vans here. this is the reinvented camouflage. a lot are taking the art of camouflage and chaging it up and making it more modern. >> what about the watch department? >> i love these watches. these are all from time ex-. they are the weekender. they're under $45 but can you change the straps. >> socks. >> oh, my god, those are crazy colors. >> i didn't know i would date a guy that wore those. >> it's a good chatty thing. girls like to look at this and it's a good pickup line. they can hit on the guy if they have cool socks on.
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>> no. no. >> i think it's cool to add a little punch -- especially the guys that wear suits. this adds a lot of personality and style from happy socks. you have a lot of fashion. >> i can see girls wearing them. guys, not so much. >> what about the hats? >> these are all from stetson. instead of wearing a beanie or cull cap, you get the warmth of the wool hat and a lot of style. >> i'm sure justin timberlake brought these back. he wears them all the time. >> it's a fun thing for fall can you do and make your guy lo lookhalook handsome. >> this wick as way moisture and controls odor. >> thank goodness. >> and the socks, t-shirt and underwear take the odor and moisture away. >> so there is no reason to stink. >> exactly. >> easier laundry on the ladies. >> tell us about the two models. >> we have to models.
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thomas is using that traditional americana vibe. you're seeing him in the city. it's not just for the country. i love this look. i layered a great plaid shirt with a cape will knit sweater. this is the must have. it's a vest for $35. the puffy vests are super in style. al sex our casual downtown guy. he is rocking that camo. he is rocking that camouflage t-shirt and the scarf. it's like no-brainer fashion for your guy. that great wool cap which is super duper handsome. >> look at those guys. they know they look good. >> they know it. >> i have the scent shirt on, too. >> go to our website for more information. next week anthony mackey is here and a bunch of other people. >> josh lucas, we were just talking about him. remember "sweet home alabama"? so gorgeous. also singer fantasia.
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have an awesome weekend, everybody. >> bye-bye. -- captions by vitac -- mom swaps one of my snacks for a yoplait. i don't mind, i mean it's orange crème. and when mom said bobby was too edgy... 'sup girl. i just swapped him out for tyler. 'sup girl. mom never questioned bobby again. two can play at this game. [ female announcer ] swap one snack a week for a yoplait. and everybody wins. yoplait. it is so good.
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good morning, everybody. thank you for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> i'm marla tellez. we begin with breaking news just into our newsroom. we are getting reports of a 7.3 quake that has struck off the coast of japan just about 30 minutes ago. now, we are learning a yellow warning has been issued. this means a tsunami warning is in effect, that the wave could be anywhere from eight to 39 inches. again, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of japan. this is the story that we are working on gathering new information about. we'll have the latest for you in just a bit. >> big-time earthquake there. we'll keep our eye on it. happening right now much closer to home occupy


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