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at doctors office are now popping up right on the street there. >> reporter: san francisco makes it easy for intervenous drug users to obtain needles. now the city is doing more to make sure the syringes are disposed of safely. it is an oasis on the other side of the city hall. it took three months to create this into a park. >> we found countless and countless amount of needless. it started becoming overwhelming, in the thousands. >> reporter: in a new pilot program, the department of public health has place ed this bright red disposal box. >> they want to have a place they can safely dispose their needles they've told us that. >> reporter: san francisco pioneered needles exchange program to stop the spread of
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hiv in the 1980s. about 1,000 needles are placed outside this box. another 6,000 are exchanged for clean needles. >> those needles if they weren't exchanged here would probably be in the community. in our parks, on our buses, in garbage cans, on the street where our kids play and walk. >> reporter: including the police touch community garden. where we found discarded syringe parts but no needles out on the streets. >> those boxes have been wonderful. i have hardly seen any needles since the implementation of those boxes. >> reporter: there's been a few cases of people being stuck by the needles. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. lafayette police say two officers are on paid leave which is routine after they opened fire on a man who they say had a knife. the police chief says around 7:00 this morning the
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department received a series of 911 hang up calls from a hang on wood view drive. when officers arrived they were confronted by a 28-year-old man with a knife. officers opened fire after they say a man refused to drop the knife. the man is undergoing surgery at john mere hospital. no one else was injuried. police announced two young men have been charged in connection with the shooting death of a san pablo couple. they were killed while their daughter slept by. pedro garcia faces murder charges and kevin benavides has been charged as an accessory. garcia shot compano and his wife after garcia asked the two to quiet down outside. police found the couples 4-year- old daughter inside the apartment unharmed. she is now with relatives. the man accused of sparking a massive wildfire in placer
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county left jail today. they are no longer pursuing criminal charges against bryan manson because of a lack of evidence. he was accused of throwing the fireworks that started the robbers fire. it cost the state $13 million to fight that fire and destroyed one home and several other buildings. a couple who lived in the fire area said they couldn't believe the outcome of today's court appearance. >> the fire work i mean he obviously he admitted to doing that part of it. >> reporter: the district attorney could file new charges if investigators end up finding more evidence. a large demonstration wrapped up at san francisco's union square about 15 minutes ago. employees voiced support of a plan to add a union member to if hyatt corporations board of directors. the move will give hotel workers a voice on how hyatt operates. the hotel chain had no comment
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today. more protests are planned in san francisco tomorrow and thursday. in san francisco a hearing is going on right now about a series of concerts set for one of the new america's cup venue. the entertainment commission hearing is focusing on a concert venue. organizers want to put on 30 shows there between mid-may and october. but some telegraph hill neighbors say they are worried about noise. organizers say they have shortened the concert hours and limited the number of weekday events to address those concerns. now to the east bay. construction crews will shut down various lanes at interstate 680 between sicamore valley. the $34 million transit project will add merging lanes on the the highway. the lane closures are scheduled from 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. friday through saturday. the work should be finished by the end of the year. the wine maker who is credited with putting the napa
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valley on the map received a special honor today. john sasaki is live in napa where hundreds gathered at today's memorial for jim barrett -- john. >> reporter: frank, this is wine country where all the great minds are coming out of their winter dormant stage. it is clear that the wine industry wouldn't be where it is today without jim barrett. >> he created an organization with soul and with heart. >> reporter: 500 people came together at napa's meritage resort to say goodbye. >> let's hope our lives do so as well. >> reporter: jim barrett died last month of an undisclosed cause but not before he had an enormous impact on the california winery. he helped put the napa valley on the world wine map.
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>> jim had a great symbol for that. the paris tasting was quite powerful. >> reporter: barrett served in the navy. had a successful law career and then the winery. >> why we like the wine business and he thought us. wine is all about people. the field hands working the vineyard all the way to the customers drinking the wine. the whole job is about people, about humanity. >> reporter: barrett's employees could not say enough nice things about him. >> he was a very giving man. he always touched people. he always felt like he needed to give back to the community. >> reporter: some people dressed in tennis clothes because they most often met barrett on the court. >> this man had a sparkle in his eye and a heart of gold. >> he was 86 years old and what did he died of the? a life fully lived. >> reporter: officials announced after word came of barrett's death, the court was adjourned in his name.
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google faces possible legal action over its privacy policy. the company dominates the european market with as much as 85% of searches. google merged dozens of policies into one universal policy. it fails to let users know what informs google keeps stored. paul allen is opening up a silican valley office of his investment company. reuters reports that it will focus on web and software companies. the company has previously invested in industry from finance to natural resources. some lawmakers say it's time to end discrimination as workers who act as care givers for family members. hannah beth jackson would add
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familial status on job discrimination. jackson says research shows care givers are less likely to be promoted than other employees and their salaries are lower by $11,000 a year. there are reports today of whale sightings inside san francisco bay and along the coast. the national oceanic is asking voters to watch out for and steer clear of the migrating whales. you're looking right now of video of the whales migrating last october. gray whales will again pass the shipping lanes and boaters are asking to give the whales a 300- foot berth. and i'm clocking when the next storms move into the area and the busiest time for storms. and can the new bay bridge live up to its design? we get expert analysis from top engineering analysis. it's been one year since he lost his wife and the mother of
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his children in the oikos shooting. >> it's like the wound opened up again. >> the mayor life change he made to protect his family. -- the major life change he made to protect his family. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ]
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today marks a solemn anniversary at oikos university in oakland. one year ago today a gunman killed seven people and wounded others. goh pleaded guilty. a judge found him mentally incompetent to stand trial. >> my youngest one sometimes will ask me why did the guy kill mommy. you know, i don't think i have an answer for that. >> and chabuco mourns the life of his wife and the mother of
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his three children ages 4, 6 and 9. they said a prayer and set flowers at her grave. chabuco was taking nurses classes. follower her death, mr. chabuco says he moved his family out of san leandro to escape the violence. you show your i.d. to the license seller when you're going to buy your bullets that licensed seller then electronically transmits the record of the sale to the department of justice. the department of justice can then look against the data base. >> assembly member skinner says there will be no waiting period to buy the ammunition unless the purchaser is on a prohibited list to buy weapons. meanwhile former congressman
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hutchinson unveiled a safety plan founded by the national rifle association. the 205 page report recommends a staff be on campus carrying a gun. the father of a sandy hook shooting victim spoke in support of the plan known as the national shield program. investigators are working to determine exactly when caltrans realized the bolts used on the bay bridge were brittle and are asking when they cracked before they were installed, during tightening or after. ktvu's consumer editor tom vacar reports. >> reporter: it just had to know that further stressing them would neither help nor work. >> the steel rod into something called -- >> reporter: two engineered that work for exponent failure
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analysis say these massive defective bolts hundreds of them even those that didn't snap are all nonetheless suspect. >> i would say if any one of these were to snap that that would be cause for concern. >> yes that's off the charts. a 30% failure rate is just unacceptable. >> reporter: yet no final fix has been determined is there a fix that would make the bridge work as designed in a major earthquake. >> conceptually sure. >> it's just a question of you know how much time and effort it will take to do that. >> reporter: both engineers say investigators are no doubt trying to determine if the bay
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bridge anchor bolts were too brittle or if they were cracked or if they were overtightened as they were installed. >> when you look at the fracture you can usually tell. >> so is it possible to find the culprit? >> in some cases it isn't. it's sometimes you can't get to the root cause. >> reporter: and that could mean caltrans meaning the public may have to flip some of the bill. consumer editor tom vacar, ktvu news. today san francisco officials offered residents help cutting through the red tape as they recover from some massive flooding. more than 20 homes and a dozen vehicles were damaged in the west portal neighborhood when a 16-inch water main broke on february 27. today supervisor norman yee unveiled a new field office on west portal avenue. it'll be open monday through friday from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. representatives from the building inspection department, the city attorney's office and the utilities commission will
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all be on hand. >> we want to make sure we have all the resources, the city resources that people may need to access at any point in time during their rebuilding process. >> reporter: owners have six months to file damage claims. goldman sachs put a gold rating on the computer chip maker. efforts to turn around the company could be undermined by weak sales of pcs. hp closed at $22 a share. it's a fairly nice afternoon in most places. at least away from the coast. we've got low clouds along the coastline. banked up against the coast the entire day. giving you this live look here into san francisco. a finger of fog beginning to spread over the city. if you look very, very far back off in the left corner you can
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see sutro tower. the tip almost at 1,000 feet so that marine layer is pretty shallow but still hugging the coastline. a pretty good on shore breeze and you can see from that camera shot that we showed you, low clouds, patchy fog will be back with us for tonight and into tomorrow morning. right now 68 degrees in concord. 66 in napa. 70 in walnut creek. for today upper 50s is what we felt along the coastline. 50s along the bay, low 70s for some of our warmer inland commune -- communities. some of the warmer spots creeping up a few degrees. so our dry days are numbered. this is the next system that's going to bring us some rain. it's about 746 miles off the coastline. it's going to take a bit of a northerly track as it moves closer to the coast. ridge of high pressure over the bay area. it's going to help nudge it that way. we will continue with dry weather wednesday. but by thursday morning in time for the morning drive we're going to be wet. take a look here picking it up
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for you. the low clouds, the fog burning away but we will have high clouds ahead of this system. i'm going to take you all the way into thursday morning to save us a little bit of time here. it is going to be rain on the morning drive. even a few heavier pockets early on which means the roadways are going to be pretty slick. the rain is still moving. by 9:00 it's pushing into the central valley leaving us with scattered showers. we're going to be hit with steady rain early on and hit or miss as we progress through thursday afternoon. friday here we are with a weak system. brushing northern california. i need to point these out because these are the weak systems that will keep us a little unsettled as we head into the weekend. we are dry, we're mild. we have low clouds. morning low clouds, patches of fog expected tomorrow morning. then thursday is when we see that rain move in. any where from half inch or less expected with this next system. and again the heaviest rain will come during the morning drive. a lot like what we felt this
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morning. widespread 40s across the bay area. into the afternoon 60s to low 70s everyone a few low 70s. fairfield you're looking at 74. as you look into your extended forecast. we have a good looking day tomorrow but enjoy it. we're wet again on thursday. we need it as we get into the weekend a little unsettled but not too bad. >> change is under way. >> yeah. >> thank you rosemary. coming up at 7:00 on tv 36. neighbors on edge tonight after a shooting in the oakland hills. ktvu crews have the latest on the investigation. >> hyatt workers are protesting. what they tell us they want and when they'll be out here again.
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these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day guess missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. we should be talking about baseball. but all the talk is on football. >> all about it right now. raiders and 49ers. a big raider move today that will impact the 49ers. carson palmer is the raider renovation beyond recognition. continues is out of town and headed for arizona.
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carson palmer's trade complete. it'll be a draft choice of a conditional source in 2014 to get his to arizona. the raiders will receive in return a palmer starts in more than 13 games this year for the cardinals. in the meantime palmer wanted to clear up some lose ends before he splits town. >> i want to clear the air on that. you know, i was presented with a contract and i was advised not to sign that contract with no securities and no guarantees. my agent told me that he would never have me sign that contract and that opportunity led me here to coach arians and i'm extremely excited about this opportunity. >> probably the 49ers not excited about having to face his great arm. and the arizona cardinals a couple of times a year. meantime the man who will replace carson palmer is officially an oakland raider that would be matt flynn. with a back up quarterback for aaron rogers in green bay and then came to seattle where he
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couldn't crack the starting line up but he doesn't mind coming from a contender to a team that's trying to overhaul the organization. >> this organization is going to get 100% out of me all the time whether it's on the field, off the field in the meeting rooms they're going to get all of me. i'm here to work and i'm here to compete and do whatever i need to do to make this place, make this place better. >> all right and niners also signed nnamdi asomugha. former cal star, raider. and he'll be in the defensive back field. one year deal. >> mark, thank you. and we first told you about it in the beginning of the newscast a car slammed right into a house in palo alto and hit a pedestrian this afternoon. ktvu crews are on the way talking to firefighters on the scene. we'll have the very latest coming up tonight on the 10:00 news. >> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news, we're always for you here at ktv you --
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how did you get fleas? from my cousin's dog. it was rolling around outside and they got into his carpet. maybe you could get a bow tie flea collar. that's real funny. so are you coming to the party? i'd go, but long island, it's so far out, it smacks of desperation. everyone's going to be saying "you came from manhattan for this?" ava's going to be there. who? the nice one from my office. i'll drive. oh, well now you're talking. supposed to be a good party. what does that mean, good dip? no. there'll be girls there. there's girls everywhere-- out of my apartment, in the elevator, in cafeterias, subways--so what? there's 100 different things here. what's the difference between these two? you got propylparabin? got it. you got isobutane 30? i got isobutane 20. aha. you got sobertaine sesquioliate?
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got it. i have aloe. you got aloe? i love aloe. where do they make yours? jersey. white plains. pshaw. there's girls right here in the store. look. there's one over there. look. there's another one. walk outside, there'll be girls out there. what's the matter? i gave her a 20. she only gave me change for a 10. you sure? oh, boy. here we go. excuse me. i gave you a 20. you only gave me change for a 10. you gave me a 10. i gave you a 20. i know what you gave me. you owe me $10. please step aside. next! all right, let's just examine the situation. who in this situation would be more likely to make a mistake, me--who knew exactly what was in my wallet-- or you? you. no. see, you're not really listening.
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what's the problem here? she just owes me $10. he's claiming short. let's take it outside. so you don't believe me either? come on. let's go. you haven't won. you may think you have but you haven't. know why? this is not over. i'm not forgetting you have my $10. i will get it back. don't stand here. let's blend in blend in, blend in. no. let's survey first. camp here. ava. what could possess anyone to throw a party to have your house treated like a hotel room? guess who just sold 129 west 81st. you didn't! when? yesterday. i don't believe it. ask mark. mark, is this true? oh! yeah. this has got disaster written all over it.
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how did i ever let you talk me into this? let's keep an eye on each other tonight. if one of us gets in a bad conversation, let's have a signal so the other one can get us out of it. how old are you? 36. what's the signal? how about this-- chicken wing. no, no. i got a better one-- head patting. whatever you want. you came out from manhattan for this? yeah, i did. so, what do you do? i'm a comedian. are you? let me ask you something. where do you get your material? i hear a voice. what kind of voice? a man's voice, but he speaks in german, so i have to get it translated.
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how come you keep tapping your head? nervous tick. i'm on l-dopa. then you take a guy like george washington carver. the man devoted his whole life to the peanut. imagine having so much passion for something. you know, people tell me i'm a funny guy. i've often wondered if he ever worked with the pecan. yeah. me, too. now, is that considered a nut? i know the cashew is a legume. how's it going? great. how about you? i can't believe this is happening. she hasn't taken her hands off me all night. she was always friendly, but that was it. how do you account for this? maybe a safe fell on her head. she obviously liked you all along. no. i would have picked up on it. when a woman likes you, they always somehow let you know. me, i wouldn't tell them. i try to make them think i don't like
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them. then they think, "he must have something going for him." i'm ready to go. now? if not now, when? give me a half-hour. ok. half-hour. peanut brittle peanut butter, peanut oil... can i talk to you for a second? excuse me. what have you been doing? i've been smacking myself senseless. people think i'm a mental patient. hey, i was dying over there. this guy's going off on the peanut. now pay attention! i think i've seen you in a club. you talk about everyday things, right? right. yeah. i remember you. i wonder what happened to my fiancé? i know he's here somewhere. ellen, have you seen my fiancé? he's upstairs. are you going upstairs? tell my fiancé i'm looking for him. i've lost my fiancé the poor baby.
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[australian accent] maybe the dingo ate your baby. what? the dingo ate your baby. you ready? listen i have a tremendous favor to ask. i do favors. i think something's happening here. what? i think she wants me to take her home. wow. what should i do? go. what can you do? what about you and elaine? we'll get a ride. you're sure? sure. what did she say? she said she wants-- she wants me to make love to her. what? she said that? yeah. get out of here. i swear.
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what did you say? i--oh, i can't. come on. what did you say? it's--it's... what? "i... "i... "i long for you." "i long for you"? i was shocked. i was lucky i said anything. it's ok. that's not bad. when women say "make love to me," it's intimidating. last time a woman said that to me, i wound up apologizing to her. really? that's a lot of pressure-- "make love to me." what am i in the circus? what if i can't deliver? oh, come on. i can't perform under pressure. i never play anything for money. i'd choke. i could choke tonight, and she works in my office. can you imagine if she goes around telling everyone? i have a very bad feeling about this. george, you're thinking too much. i know, i know. i can't stop it.
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ahem. right now i'm reading manuscripts for pendant publishing. pendant? those bastards. excuse me. listen, george is going home with ava from his office. really? huh. what a world. so we can go now. no. he's taking the car. what are we going to do for a ride? i don't know. you don't know? maybe kramer can come pick us up. oh, great. how could you let him take the car? there's nothing i could do. it's part of the code. oh, look at that. look at what she's wearing. all right. i can't believe she's wearing that. don't make a scene. is that real fur? oh, boy. it better be or my ex-husband owes me an explanation. good night. you don't care that animals are being tortured so can look good? could we discuss this another time?
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are you a vegetarian? here we go. yeah. i eat fish occasionally. so you're a hypocrite. hey, i've eaten frogs, so nobody's perfect. anyway-- talk to me when you stop eating fish. fish don't feel pain. oh, do you communicate with fish? they're not kept in little cages. ever seen a goldfish? goldfish! yeah. goldfish aren't unhappy. right. two weeks in a bowl and get flushed down the toilet. that's a good life. come on. that's right. go ahead. maybe you can run over a squirrel! that's why we're here in america. you're beautiful. call kramer. all right. this is your party, right? no. i just live here. can i use your phone? what's in it for me? a bigger bill. go for it. kram, sein. what are you doing? well, i'm stuck out here on long island. what are your thoughts about taking
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sure you don't need any help? not really. i'm sure he'll be here any minute. i want them out of here. call him again. i called. what should i do? we really appreciate this. it's 2:00 in the morning. oh, you got the civil war book. i saw some of that show. it was wonderful. 620 million people died. thousand. thousand--620,000. the horror! the horror! the wife keeps giving us dirty looks. are you sure you gave the right directions? yes, yes. there's nothing we can do? no! i'm not going to bed with them here. this is ridiculous. a friend of my father's used to live around here.
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mike wichter. he sold plastic straws. you know the ones. you could bend them. have you noticed people don't use straws as much as they used to. it doesn't look as if your friend is coming. oh, he's coming. maybe you should look at a train schedule. aah! that's him. i'm going to bed! thanks a lot. thanks. great party. [knock on door] hey, how you doing? look who's here. uh... i'm sorry. hey, it's ok. i had the directions on the seat next to me. they flew out the window. how did you find the place? i knew the exit on the long island expressway and i thought the address was 8713 riviera drive so i drove around
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knocking on every door with those numbers-- 8317, 7813, 3718, 1837-- whew! finally, i hit it--8173. anyway, thanks for letting us stay here, steve. i really owe you one. no problem. if you're ever in the city you want to come to a comedy club-- whatever. i might take you up on that. here's my address and number... and really thanks again. you better zip up. i couldn't get the top on the convertible up. but it's cold out. wait till we get on the expressway. i've been sick all week. elaine was, too. 80 miles an hour 40-degree temperature for 50 minutes. do the math. maybe i will get out. let me stop off at the drugstore first. ok. meet me there in 15 minutes, then we'll go do something.
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yeah, selwyn's. ok, bye. [knock on door] who is it? mr. pocatillo! who? you don't recognize my voice? jerry baby! do i know you? this comedy's really frying your brain. i'm sorry, uh-- this is the kind of lasting impression i make on people. oh, ok. remember what you said? well, i'm in the city! you certainly are. what's going on? my lift back to the island won't be ready until 11:00. i figured i'd see what it's like to hang out with someone in show business. i'm really sorry. i'm meeting a friend. oh, come on. you can make up something better than that. i just got off the phone with him. i understand. you can hang out here if you want. don't be so enthusiastic.
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no. it's-- i'm not going to steal anything. of course not. just close the door when you leave. i can do that. really, i'm sorry. maybe another time. yeah. let's have lunch. the guy's at my house right now. what a mistake. i shouldn't have gone to that party. me either. oh, come on. what "come on"? ever dated a woman from your office? i never had a job. know that anxiety you feel on a date? i have that every day now. it's my worst nightmare. every day's a date. that's one of dante's nine stages of hell, isn't it? ava was one reason i used to like going to work. now we sleep together and i can't talk to her. every time i go to the bathroom, i pass her desk. i have to plan conversations. then i analyze how it went. if it was a good conversation, i don't go to the bathroom again that day.
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she's laughing talking with people. they're all so loose and relaxed. i think, "that used to be me." what are you going to do? i have no choice. i'm quitting. the party, long island. kramer, right? what are you doing here? waiting for my ride. where's jerry? he split. let me ask you something. is there anything to drink in here or is that a stupid question? jerry doesn't have anything. but i might have something. i'm going to get this. how much is that? 9.60. 9.60? give it to me. why? i got it. i got it. since when are you treating me to medicine? what are you doing? you're stealing this. they owe me $10. they stole from me.
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you're a lunatic. this is a matter of honor. what do you say to a person like you? just walk. excuse me. what do you got there? what? what do you got in your shirt? oh. i was going to pay for this. come with me. i was going to pay for it. don't think i remember you? what are you talking about? i was watching you. are you going to call the police? come on! wait! can i still buy this or is this evidence now? so i'm chasing these doves down the street, and she's screaming at the top of her lungs, and when the magician comes back from europe two of them turn brown. well, i followed the instructions!
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hah! they turned brown! ha ha ha! brown! so let me ask you something. you know any women we could call? not really. maybe we should call an escort service. yeah! i saw one advertised on that cable station. 555-love. are you in on this? oh, no. i got a girl in the next building. oh. now i want my money, mister! hee hee hee! now, i am through playing games with you. i got things to do. oh, jerry, jerry! look who's here. it's jerry. what the hell? jerry, this is patti.
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nice to meet you. it's a pleasure to make your acquaintance, i'm sure. what the hell is going on here? i don't know but i got to do this more often. [car horn honks] there's my ride, finally. i'm not going anywhere until i get the rest of my money. see you, jer and tell kramer thanks. oh, kramer. uh-huh. yeah. he's a hoot. oh. goodbye, my dear. ouch. weekend of the 26th, come on out. we're having another party. i ain't leaving. patti. you got anything to drink? all right, how much does he owe you? $50. $50. is this your apartment? yeah, but-- you're under arrest for solicitation of prostitution. wait a second. i... i have chicken soup.
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is that real fur? oh, boy. oh, boy. you had sergeant chadway? me, too! he was a nice guy. oh, great guy. was there a red-headed guy there? with the long sideburns? yeah. where does he come off? there's no call for that attitude. one of the guys in my cell threw gum at him. we all hated him.
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there's the big favor and the small favor. you measure the size of the favor by the pause a person takes after asking for it. small favor, small pause-- "can you do me a favor? hand me that pencil." big favors are-- "could you do me a favor?" captioning made possible by columbia tristar domestic television
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hello. i'm dr. sheldon cooper
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and welcome to the premiere episode of sheldon cooper presents: fun with flags. over the next 52 weeks you and i are going to explore the dynamic world of vexillology. hang on, dr. c. what's vexillology? vexillology is the study of flags. cool. i think i just learned something. did you have fun doing it? i'll say. fun and information are two sides to this video podcast, not unlike the only two-sided state flag-- oregon. oh, look. hello, mr. beaver. in future episodes, we'll answer some burning questions: what's the only non-rectangular flag? what animal appears most often on flags? what animal appears second most often on flags?
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and more. sweet! why are you waving a white flag? i'm surrendering... to fun. (laughs) now, today's episode of fun with flags is not fun, but it is important. "flags: you gotta know how to hold 'em, you gotta know how to fold 'em." let's start by identifying the parts of our flag. this edge is the hoist and it's used to... excuse me, sorry, excuse me. cut. did you not see we are rolling? sorry. i'm having dinner with penny. i have to get out of here. and i have flag knowledge that i have to get out of here! (sighs) you okay? no, i'm a little rattled. but like the flag over fort sumter, i'm still here.


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