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hey, good morning and merry christmas. it is thursday, december 25th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." one of the nation's most prominent catholic voices comes to studio 57. arches by on joseph kirts on pope francis's holiday message. we look back at amazing stories including amazing technology that could give our troop as leg up. and kennedy center honor reballerina patricia mcbride looks back on an astounding year. but first your world in 90
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seconds. >> they celebrate around the world. >> pope francis celebrated with a traditional christmas eve mass. >> what's your favorite part about christmas? >> spending time with my family. >> protesters clashed with police at the scene of shooting. >> video showed him pointing a gun at the officer. >> an error at the cdc may have exposed a lab worker to ebola. >> now available on demand and will be on movie screens today. >> thank you, everyone. thank you. former president h.w. bush remains in a houston hospital. a spokesman said his diagnosis remains positive. christmas came early in hong kong when millions in cash spilled out onto the highway. >> all that --
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>> the queen arrived for a traditional christmas day service. >> he's's joined by the family. >> firefighters in road island giving gifts to a family they saved from a burping building the day before. >> i just want to give you a hug. >> on "cbs this morning." >> central michigan, a comeback for the ages. >> the unthinkable with one second left has happened. >> they went for a two-point conversion for the win. >> and he didn't make it. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs merry christmas and welcome to "cbs this morning." do you like my red? >> that's how i'm feeling.
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this is my new christmas sweater. i know it's sparkly but you can use sparkly on christmas morning. >> merry christmas. good morning and merry christmas. i'm vinita nair. christians around the world are celebrating the birth of jesus. pope francis blessed pilgrims at the vatican this morning. he also accused isis of, quote, brutal persecution of other religions. last night the pope telephone add group of christian refugees in iraq. police clash with protesters over the shooting of an 18-year-old man. berkeley's mayor said there are differences between this shooting and the michael brown case. >> some people die because the policeman initiate it. some other people die -- wait a minute. hold up. some people die because they
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initiated it. and at this point, our review indicates that the police did not initiate this. >> berkeley is about two miles from ferguson where brown was killed. the interview is now playing this morning in theaters and living rooms near you. just one week ago they were led to cancel the controversial mauve's release. as anna werner reports, fans are happy, and so are the filmmakers. >> reporter: one of the stars of "the interview" seth rogan surprised those waiting to see the movie in los angeles. tickets were sold out in this theater. >> dave. >> tim. >> reporter: "the interview" was also released. sony's deal with microsoft and google makes the film available
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online on various platforms and on the website seetheinterview.com. s sony said it was always planning to release the video. >> we haven't heard the last of the streaming partners that are going to be joining sony. we have yet to hear from netflix and itunes, many others. stay tuned. i think this streaming list could get longer. >> it's the first rule of journalism. you give the people what they want. the agency says an experiment used a live virus that was handled without proper protection. the sample was moved into a lab where the technician was working. >> former president h.w. bush remains in a houston hospital. a spokesman said the 90-year-old was hospitalized after having shortness of breath. he had a good day wednesday. well, it is 7:05, and time
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pope francis recently made a revelation. he told new parents he was baptized on this day, christmas, 78 years ago. >> the pope also talked about gifts this season. he asked catholics to become the missionaries of joy. he asked people not to worry about the holiday rush, but, quote, i think of all the good things life has given you. >> archbishop kerts, thank you. >> thank you. by the way, merry christmas. >> and to you as well. >> thank you, thank you. >> why is joy crucial to our lives? >> well, don't you think people recognize the joyful person and want to hang around them? i mean that's not an accident. >> is that what this pope's success about is about? >> think it is. i think it is.
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i hope there are many people in people's lives that say this person is a joy. our holy father is someone who comes through who's living a simple life. there's not a sense he's acting out cement. he's acting out joy. i think he lives in the present moment. you can just see it. there's a spontaneity with him. that attracts everybody. gospel of joy. >> he's so authentic. that's the thing that gravitates, i think, to people. >> we met october 4th, the feast of saint francis, great day, his patr patron saint. we met for about 45 minutes. he emanated joy. he had time for us. what did we want to talk about, and i wanted to talk about his visit. >> his visit to america. >> it will be his first. i hope you're all getting anxious. i hope you're as excited as i
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am. >> he'll come in the fall of 2015 and start in philadelphia. >> i don't know that he'll start in philadelphia but the main presence will be felt in philadelphia, norah, you're right. >> what can we expect when he comes here? >> he'll be meeting with us over the world of families. this will be a great time for people to come together in philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, in order to renew our commitment to family. you and i know that we're in the midst of the synod, so it will be days before the general synod begins. so we're hoping he'll give a shot in the arm toal of us with regard to family. >> remind us of what the synod is? >> very few times that the church has doubleheader. the last synod, this last october, was the challenges of the family. now the synod coming up is
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talking about the mission and vocation of family to the world and to the church. >> this comes from a new biography of him. they call him a bit of a radical. >> yes. >> we know of his identification with the poor and his emphasis on being pastoral. this is what he says. dynamic, disconcerting leadersh leadership. which while delighting catholics and attracting people beyond the boundaries of faith has dismayed and disconcerted a number of christians in church. >> he's talking about getting back to the gospel. here it is christmas day. getting rid of all the wrapping paper, so to speak, and getting to the core message which is as our holy father said, it's the message of the love of jesus and the mercy that he shows to each one of us and that we need to show to others.
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i think that's the radical nature of what he's about. and, of course, he comes with a style. i've been reading that book to try to understand more. >> what have you understood? >> i think the fact that he sees the person first. he has often said -- he says it in the joy of the gospel. he said he favors realities over ideas. he's a smart man. i think he doesn't want to get so far away and argue about ideas that you miss the person in front of him. >> it's so interesting that you say that because he sees the person first. i think that's what people are struck by. whether you're gay, whether you're divorced, people who have been ostracized from the catholic church, the pope seems to be extending his arms to them. >> he does, norah. one of the things he uses -- i don't know if he would use the word "art," but the art of
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accompaniment. what does it mean to be accompanied, especially when you're hurting. when i was ordained in 1972, i didn't know it was accompanied. they entered into the lavs of people and they accompanied them on a path to christ. >> is it possible because there's so much emphasis on him doing, that because it reminds us that jesus was a radical that the church had forgotten that a bit? >> why do i need a retreat every year. and i need it. why? because i need to return to the rooting. i imagine that's true of all of you in journalism, that you need to -- >> we need a lot of things. >> but what brought you to the true message. i think a pope in a sense -- i think pope francis as a
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pontificate has been a big treat for me. it's called me to go back and-to-what's most basic and important in my own life and i think that's what's attracting people. >> you know, we focus on what's so different from one another, we focus on political parties, people focus on different gender, different races, different religions. certainly we have conflict all over the world, instead of focusing on how much people are alike. >> i think that's right. the pope says, listen, i'm a son of the church. in the truth of christ. but in doing that, wasn't it jesus who saw the person first and front. even someone who was in a very sinful situation. zwries said, now go out and sin no more. he never said that when he first talked.
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i think that's what pope francis is saying. the rule is the role of the holy father is to serve and our role is to assist him. i hope when i go back to louisville, kentucky, i can serve. i want to get back to the very roots of what the church is about. our mission is to present jesus christ to the new age. >> never a better time to celebrate than christmas. >> oh, especially when you look at the fact that christmas slows us down. it makes all of us, i think, think about others. i celebrate on christmas day the mass of the air. i often think -- it's a mass that goes on in louisville in which people are maybe living alone but they're somehow joined that day to the church. so i think in some ways it does bring us to the deep ministries of life and maybe makes is a
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litter more like children. >> may we all experience that. are you handling the t linling when he comes here to the united states? >> am i handling it. i can't handle my own interview. he has a fondness for the media. >> very nice to have you here. >> thanks, gayle. merry christmas. 80% identify themselves as christians but only a third go to church on a regular basis. jericka duncan shows us an australian megachurch bucking that trend in this country. >> what's the point of all this. religion is the official handshake. make a lot of noise, do all that stuff. >> reporter: inside the grand
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ballroom carl lynch is electrifying the major audience. >> take a shot in letting the ruler rule. ♪ jesus >> reporter: this is new york city's hillsong church and lynch, husband and father of three is not your average pastor. >> you preach anywhere from six to seven sermons on sunday. is it tiring? >> yeah, it's tiring but you get refresh refreshed. >> reporter: hillsong graduated from hillsong bible college. it was the start of hillsong in the u.s. now a large crowd of 7,000 people line up to attend one of several servicesed each sunday. what do you think they talk about? >> there are a lot of people right now who don't care about
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fashion, what looks cool. we say, you come as you are and there's going to be a play for you. >> we have a passion to do something significant. >> reporter: senior pastor founded hillsong. >> reporter: young people are drawn to hillsong's music. the church has its own record label that sold 16 million albums worldwide and make 1/mill a year. every week in 12 countries, 75,000 faithful follow hillsong services and many follow online including justin bieber. and kevin durant was baptized by
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past pastor. >> i think that's why i open so many doors. ♪ cry if not for me >> while it differs from the traditional county church, he says it's the same. >> we don't want to turn our backs on all. we want to connect with some. >> is there any issue you would walk away from? >> no. >> what about premarital sex. >> what did god say about purity, valuing other people. >> what do you teach? >> sex is for marriage. >> and abortion? >> life is sacred. it's still home for you. we're not going to kick you out of the house, and we're not going to walk away.
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we still love you. >> openly gay comes are welcome but he does not support same-sex marriage. >> why i don't you support same-sex marriage? >> i think it's clear. we are the painted tongue according to the scriptures and that's the stand we take. >> i have the right to have my belief as you have your belief. >> reporter: welcome home signs help keep it fresh and they hope to keep the message fresh. >> sometimes if the chosen isn't going to change the mektd odds, then it won't be relevant. >> i know what we do, love god, love life, love peek and let the chips fall where they may. >> my attitude is if it brings you to a better life, it's good
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presidents. the ballerina takes >> good morning, i'm nicole brewer. merry kit mass, it is the holiday, but certainly doesn't feel like it, right, katy? >> definitely not when dealing with this casino of warmth outside. it feels more like april than anything else, when we talk about the temperatures that we've experienced since yesterday, and as we continue to find out and about here in our area. we're easily in the 50's, at least upper 40's, in many locations, but we are seeing signs every transition out there, my friends. as we start things off by taking you out to storm scan3, you can see the very badge edge of the cold front now indicated not necessarily by the rain, rather, the cloud deck. you see thousand just sharply cuts off back through williamsport in the last hour and a half. so that's what needs to cross through before we can say, okay, we can wipe our hands
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clean of the storm and we're done with it. but, because we are still in transition mode, as i like to call it, the winds will be kicking in, notice, at any time today, and the temperatures will plummet or bottom out i guess would be the best way to put t but they'll n gradually falling. even though we ends up with some sunshine, skies starting to brighten up, it is going to start to turn cooler, tan will be a good excuse to break out your ugly christmas sweater and wear it with pride here. we look forward to the forecast both friday, saturday, featuring sunshine, and it does appear as though we'll see next round of showers come in with yet another cold front. nicole, back to you. >> any opportunity to wear the ugly sweater, katie. next update at 7:55, up next on cbs this morning, looking at the
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welcome back to "cbs this morning" on this christmas day. hope you got everything you wanted or mostly everything you wanted. did you get everything you wanted? >> no. a couple of things i didn't get. >> charlie, did you get everything you wanted? >> no. i'm still waiting. >> i'm still waiting too. we have to go home and open presents. coming up this half how, see how military is working with new technology. geckos help with sticky troops. the kennedy center honors americans. among this year's recipients, ballerina patricia mcbride. her long career began long. she sat down with our cultural
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correspondent wynton marsalis. >> reporter: when you watch patricia mcbride dance, you can almost feel her joy. passion radiates from the point of her toes to the tips of her fingers. she danced in more than 100 ball lies throughout her career. those created by the jeans george val enchin were the most glorious. he was the innovator for the 20th century and he was her muse. >> joined. he was a father figure for me. the man i most admired and loved and wanted to do well for him. when you dance, it takes a lot of stamina. it never seemed like work because i always loved doing it. it was always a joy. you know, to have beautiful ballets made especially for you
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is such an honor. i always said it was better than diamond. >> reporter: patty was just 18 when she became new york city's youngest principal dancer ever. shy yet tireless, her worth ethic unmatched. valenchin taught her and her dance partners taught her even more. >> what did you learn from your partner? what did you give them? >> it was extraordinary because i was 17 when i danced with him. we were both young but i had seen him dance and he was already a star. so he was just so gentle and wonderful and kind. we had a great rapport together. he's one of the most exciting dancers of our day. >> now in new york city, we're very proud of our new york city ballet and i think you'll
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understand why when you watch these two. >> i danced also with so many extraordinary partners at the time. conrad was an extraordinary partner. >> why? >> he just was -- we called him the greatest partner because he just knew what a woman's balance was. >> give us education. teach all the men out here. what does it take to be a great partner. >> to be sensitive to your partner, communicating with her, knowing her balance, knowing the pirouettes, the timing, the rigrig rhythm. it takes two to tango. two to work. >> in 1970 they danced together. although they only dance add handful of times three years later they formed patty's most enduring partnership a marriage
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and later a family. give us some understanding of what's the secret? what is the magic? >> well, when you're in love with someone, what could be better. i never thought i would end up mairing a dancer and it just came as such a surprise and a wonderful surprise. it takes a lot of work to stay married. it's not easy. but i found my soulmate and he's been so supportive of me all these years. >> that's beautiful. that looks so good. >> reporter: today they partner in running their own ballet company, the charlotte ballet where patty passes on her memos that are part of her dna. while dancers can only dream of achieving the height of mcbride's career, now cull money nated into being an esteemed
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kennedy center honoree. >> you've been honored many times. what has been the greatest reward? >> it's with such great respect. to be an artist in america and be honored for it, it's extraordinary. in europe they really honor their artists on a very high level, and here it's not as reverent as it is in euro or russia or never in the world. it's especially important for the arts. it was a dream. >> when you come back here, what do you think about? >> happy memories. and it looks the same. >> reporter: it's been more than 50 years since patricia mcbride first danced on this stage. with a long decorated career, she danced in 60 principle
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roles, dedicated for her. when she decided to dance for the last time, the city gave her a farewell fit for a queen along with 13,000 roses. >> was it dramatic for you when you thought i want to keep doing it? >> no, not at all. i had danced for 30 years. i loved what i was doing. i did it all. i had danced over 100 ballets. i was actually 47 when i stopped. i had a life i never dreamed i'd have, you know. it was better than any dream i could have imagined. >> i don't know much about ballet but one of the people i
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always wished to interview was george valenchin. >> and patricia mcbride. performing before five u.s. presidents. can you imagine? and she's great teacher now. one of the things about kennedy center, honoring the great artists. >> when you look at what her body can do -- and i think she and wynton had a bond. >> e easy to bond with wynton. >> i think so. >> you ka watch the honors on tuesday, 9:00, 8:00 p.m. central on cbs. chip reid shows us the cutting-edge technology reshaping thebattlefield. i'm with the 1100. i'd like to say merry christmas
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chip reid has more. >> when jason goes for a run, he gets a boost from a strange contraption he wears on his back. he calls it air legs. he's a graduate student at arizona state university and profess or tom sugar are developing the device for the pent gone. the power comes from a tank of compressed air with pullies and braces on the knees. >> how does this work? >> we fire air and pull up on the person's leg to give them assistance at the right time and this goes dock and back up. >> it's helping you lift your legs. >> help you run faster. >> and hike farther. >> we envings them wearing robots and assist them carrying 100-pound backpacks r at this stage it reduces the weight of
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good morning, and merry christmas, i'm erika von tiehl. want to get that christmas forecast, not a white christmas, but wet christmas, katy? >> absolutely, damp at the point. really starting to seat worse of what mother nature had up her sleeve yesterday. start to finally retreat. so yes, we still have what's left of our storm system, namely, from the cold front moving on through. so you're still going to find perhaps couple of showers, generally out toward the jersey shore where we may still find. that will overall skies are starting to clear. let's get you out there. show you what's going on on storm scan, again, the retreat now thankfully of the frontal boundary. once it gets out of here, not just going to completely wipe our hands clean of the system, but it is going to dry out for us. meanwhile, we take you out to middle township high school where the building will be dark for the holiday here today, but we are expect to go
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seabright inning up. temperatures gradually fall as the day goes on, the winds will be with you, though, pretty much any time here today. even though we do start to see just declining, and slackening through the course of the night, it will turn colder out there, 36 degrees the expected low, so great excuse to break out a christmas sweater, what do you think? we take you to tomorrow and saturday, beautiful days, low mid 50's, still above average. not shorts and t-shirts, but it is still nice and mild for the standards of late december. but, it is sort of a dose of reality as we wrap up the year. erika? >> all right, katie, thank you. your next update is at 8:25, next on cbs this morning, 10 percent of jet blue flight attendant used to be new york city
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are you awake? did you open up your present? it is christmas day, december 25th, 2014. we are here. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead, including jetblue happy to see red. see how first respoblders are finding second careers, but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> pope francis blessed pilgrims at the vatican this morning. >> why is joy crucial to our lives? isn't that what part of this pope's success is about? >> i think it snies "the interview" is playing this morning in living rooms and theaters near you.
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the cdc will monitor a lab worker after possible exposure to ebola. >> is it tiring? >> yes. >> the great thing about the kennedy center honors, recognizing the great artists. >> when you look at her, it was fun to see the interaction between her and wynton. i think they bonded. i think they had a very special bond. >> basically it's helping you lift your leg. >> yes. it will help you lift your leg, help you run upstairs. >> isn't it spectacular? >> i love chip's words, skinny legs can turn into cylinders of power. that's how i'm feeling. this is my now christmas sweater. i know it's a little sparkly but i'm thinking you can use a little sparkle on christmas morning. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell.
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we hope all of you are having a great christmas. >> i love how randy says kucharly. merry christmas, randy. >> yes. it is the most wonderful time of the year. >> it is. >> helping holiday travels but first let's head to the news desk for a check of the morning's headlines. >> good morning and merry christmas. i'm vinita nair. christians this morning are gathering to reflect on the meaning of christmas. pope francis delivered his christmas message to thousands in st. peter's square. the pope expressed sorrow for children who are the victims of violence. while it has. beeness to get home tr the holidays at least 139 flights are canceled around the u.s. stormy weather contributed to more than 2,900 flight delays. most of this morning's delays are blamed on unsettled weather.
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much of the northeast is drying out after heavy rains. the rockies are seeing blizzard like snow. there's a second round of protests over the police killing of an 18-year-old black man. police arrested at least six people. an officer shot 18-year-old antonio martin tuesday night after gas station after police say martin pulled out a gun. >> well, there are no winners here. there are nothing but losers. and i think this is really -- underscores the task that our police officers across the nation have to deal with. >> berkeley is about two miles from ferguson where an officer killed 18-year-old michael brown. the controversial movie the interview is playing this morning at about 300 independent theaters. seth rogan surprised fans at a
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midnight showing in los angeles when he stopped by to say thank you. sony had canceled the opening of "the interview" because of threats. >> nobody should tell me what i can and account watch. >> it feels good. >> "the interview" is also online on google play, youtube movies, and microsoft's xbox. the 1-year-old began at the national zoo is back with her mom after a flight in a tree. bao bao came down after 24 hours. she climbed up there after she touched a hot wire. bao bao is perfectly fine. central michigan completed a hail mary pass followed by three laterals to score a last-second touchdown. a two-point conversion would have won the game, but the attempt failed.
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if you're flying this holiday week take a look around the cabin. no airline attracts more talent than jetblue. cbs news travel editor peter greenberg spent the time with a very unlikely group of flight attendants. >> of all the careers kevin lynch considered, flight attendant was barely on the radar. >> what did you know about the airline business? >> nothing. absolutely nothing except maybe serving a soda or two, and that's what i thought it was. >> reporter: before flying for jetblue, lynch had another job. >> i was a new york city firefighter for 24 years. >> reporter: former firefighters becoming flight attendants is a growing and proud tradition of jetblue. today 21% is either a retired or
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current new york city firefighter. and they're offering passengers a lot more than in-flight snacks. >> you know, you start talking about decisions at 35,000 feet, it's nice to have 25 years worth of experience fighting fires or whatever the case might be making that decision. >> everyone dreamed of being a - firefighter but not being flight attendants. now you have firefighters dreaming of being a flight attendant. >> it's a tradition o wanting to stay in no. they're saying we're a close-it in family. >> lynch stays in touch with his friends back at engine 312, the house he joined at 21 years old and left at 45, one year after the eventses of september 11th,
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200 2001. >> big toll on me and other guys. you were work 24g hour days but you were doing it for a reason. find someone, find a friend, find a brother. >> reporter: gloling the attacks, jetblue and most major airlines offered free flights to first responders and their families. so the firefighters looking for a second career, it presented a new opportunity. >> i mentioned to him about coming to jetblue and right away he got very excited. i think he thought it would be a great idea. i couldn't shake him loose after that. >> he learned about the position from his fire house lieutenant it spread like, well, wildfire. >> it was pretty obvious that this pipeline, natural talent within the nyfd, it was --
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>> last year they dedicated a plane to new york's bravest. it's been celebrated with fanfare throughout the country. >> the better plan is the most washed aircraft wherever it flies. it's asia amazing. it's like the community is tipping their hats. >> it also represents a meaningful gift for the nearly 300 firefighters now working the jetblue. >> they wanted to hire us and they gave us a plane. >> do you miss the firehouse? >> you know what i don't miss? i don't miss the firs, the emergencies, i miss the backroom. you get a five-course meal or five-star dining in the firehouse. running into a burning building, not knowing what's going to happen, i don't miss that too much. my family's a lot more important to do that. >> now you're up 35,000 feet.
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>> yes. >> how's the food? >> well, potato chips. >> camaraderie is so wonderful. >> it's so great. you can't go wrong with a potato chip. >> that's right. we love our firefighters. ahead, our conversation with comedy duo key & peele. their sketches have been seen nearly 600 million times. that's coming up next on "cbs this morning." i've had moderate to severe plaque psoriasis most my life. but that hasn't stopped me from modeling. my doctor told me about stelara®. it helps keep my skin clearer. with only 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses... ... stelara® helps me be in season. stelara® may lower your ability to fight infections
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we have a treat for the whole family this christmas morning. why? because that's how we roll. kermit the frog like you've never seen him before. he takes us on a trip of his amazing note and how his friends are always there for him. kermit's "note to self" next on "cbs this morning."
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kermit the frog has made kids and adults laugh for nearly 60 years. this morning kermit looks back at his early life to his early
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days with the monuppets to his romance with miss piggy in a special "note to self." >> good morning. oh, there's a good spot. >> note to self, kermit. note, close-up. >> thank you. dear kermit the tadpole. this may come as a shock to you, but i miss my tail. i know how you feel, but for now enjoy being a tadpole. getting to spend your day doing nothing but swimming and taking flies. save it. not the flies but your childhood because once your tail falls off and you start hopping, the hopping never stops. it will be a good kind of hopping. the first place you'll hop is washington, d.c.
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you'll love it. it used to be a swamp. kind of still is. but relax, you're not going o into politics, you're going in there to break on a television so-called "sam and friends." if you think being green is not easy, try being black and white. and working in drag. but that's who you are. you'll do just about anything to make your dreams come true. right now i know these dreams may seem impossible, but please don't give up. dreams are here to challenge us. always imagine the biggest possible of life that you can and act in service of that picture every single day.
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keeping an eye on that big picture is going to put you in big pictures. >> come on, everybody. strike up the band. ♪ >> tv shows. ♪ can you tell me how to get, how to get to "sesame street" ♪ >> guest spots. >> i've been watching your show for years. >> you've been up that late? >> you'll work with the biggest star in the world. >> will i be. >> and throughout your journey, you'll meet other fellow dreamers of err size, shape, and species. ♪ moving right along >> pigs and piglets. whatever. on the outside, those friends may look strange. on the inside, they're just like you. >> what's your room number? >> however, these friends are going to make your life crazy,
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chaotic, and unforgettably establish. what miss piggy alone is worth a separate letter and a powerpoint presentation. but i'll save that for when you're older. but whatever craziness these friends bring, it's worth it because here's the big secret of life. wow, sit cheating to gisk away secrets? well gloirks what? i'm going to tell you anywhere. if you want to get yours to come true, you share them with others. your dream is about singing and dancing and making people laughing. that's the kind of dream that get better with more people you share it to. your friends and your dream. you just need someone to believe in them ♪ why are there so many songs
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about rainbows ♪ >> that someone is you. before i go, there's just one more thing we get me hands up. in a few years you're going to help someone shape your entire life, and, no, i don't mean the pig. this time i'm talking about a guy named jim henson. now, to tell you the truth, i'm still not quite sure what jim did. but i can tell you this. he'll move you and he'll inspire you. he'll give you a hand whenever you need it and he'll never leave you out on a limb. >> he's kermit the frog of "sesame street" news. >> kermit, i envy the life you have ahead of you. you might even say i'm green
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with envy. which reminds me. have a sense of humor. life's just too silly not to laugh. it's sort of like our friend jim henson said. it's a good sentiment. i couldn't have said it myself. amphibiously yours, kermit the frog. >> i love i. that's so true. especially own a dame line. >> yeah. beautifully produced. congratulations to paige. >> and remembering jim henson. >> that's right. that's right. the muppets got us through a lot of stuff when we were little kids. >> coming up, key & peele. our studio 57 stuld owe conversation ahead on "cbs this morning".
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>> christians quartered at churches across the region to celebrate the centerpiece of christmas, the birth of jesus christ. archbishop chaput presided over midnight mass at the cathedral of saint peter and paul. if you ins dollars the service, still time, another christmas day mass is scheduled for 10:00 and another for noon. now, let's get a check on the christmas day forecast. katie, doesn't feel like it. >> certainly does not. feeling a lot more like spring, for sure, even last night we hit the mid six 60s, well after the sun went down. snow has been a very little bit of oddball type of forecast for us in the last few days, given the season that we're in of course, but there you have it. mother nature can do what she want on her own free will.
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storm scan3, worse of the wet weather continues to make its full retreat. at this point unless you are down near the area shore points, just inland, you really are done at this point with the wet weather see the back edge of the clouds, see the slice of sunshine, just little hint of blue skies off in the distance here, so skies beginning now to brighten up for us, right on cue, really, but that wind is going to also be pretty noticeable for you here. already hit our day tie how many of about 53 degrees, even warmer than that through the overnight, but more of just the gist of where our temperatures would fall for the early morning hours. >> back down to the 30's, cool and certainly breezy, still, but the worse of the win happens through the day. >> tomorrow, saturday, georgous conditions return. mid 50's, low 50's, whatever it is all well above average for us yet again. do get dose of temperature reality finally by monday, as another cold front crosses through sunday, will touch off few showers we think, then by monday temperatures start to respond to the cold front
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passage, nicole, back to you. >> kate, thanks, next update at 8:55, up neck on cls this morning, comedy duo key and peel. more local news and weather, on the "cw philly". merry christmas, everybody.
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welcome back to "cbs this morning" on this christmas day. what a great morning. >> i was thinking about great christmas songs. i won't do any.& i was thinking about them. >> how about -- >> mine is "o holy night." >> i love jingle bells because i can play it on the piano. >> is yours "grandma got run over by a reindeer ♪ >> what about yours, charlie? >> probably "silent night." key & peele just wrapped up
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their tour. co-stars keegan-michael key and peele stopped by. >> welcome them. peabody? >> bpeabody? >> you were there, charlie? >> you and charlie have a lot in kmong. among with one of their most popular impressions. commander in chief. >> nice to meet you, nice to meet you. >> tasha robbins. >> come on, come on, come on. feel that? >> emily george snow nice to meet you. >> gerald stokes. >> come on. what's up. how you doing? i'll never forget about that. that's all we've got.
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>> bring it in, bring it in. starting from the bottom. now we're here. nice to meet you. nice to meet you. >> 1/8 black. >> bring it in the room. >> i love that. >> when he's saying things to other black people that's so cryptic. you know we could don't that. hey, we're going to put it on. >> starting from the bottom that we're here. >> there's a psychic connection here. >> i love that. what ee's happening fam. that's the thing you can do nobody else can. you take racial issues and dive right in. >> that's right. >> that's what makes people so unkwort mardable.
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our very favorite thing to do, gail, is doing skefrps that have nothing to do with race. we love >> the president asked you to help with a sketch. why did you turn them down? >> they said they're busy. who says that. >> we have contracts. we have to deliver a show. >> we love the president. obviously we're big fans. we got to see him essentially perform the skich live toous. >> what does he think of you guys? he must get a kick out of yu.
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>> yeah. when we met him, tell them what he said? >> i made a blooper. >> i think he -- he made a point to tell them it's not just the stone. >> yore dan? >> michelle watches the film too and she remosts the contr controls the remote. >> what's going on. >> start with the bottom that we're here. >> you know it. you said if you can get something to be so stupid that it's not even so smart, it's the smartest a lot of times wi -- when a person watching the sketch. we want everybody to walk the
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sketch and get up anl and of th. i thujs what happens is it's the surprise. it's pause we're improvisers. the writing has to go out the window and let us go organically. >> improvisation, it's a growing form of -- growing artd. so many improvisers, we go with hop, hip hoip style, and wraps. >> what happens when you don't have a black president? >> then we're done. >> they do stuff where they men
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beyond studio 57 hundreds of people around the globe work to bring you "cbs this morning" on this special day for so many, we'd like to honor our colleagues and the people who matter to them. ♪ ♪ chestnuts rolling on an open fire ♪ jack frost nipping at your nose ♪ ♪ yuletide carols being sung by a choir and folks dressed up like esk o eskimos ♪ ♪ everybody knows a turkey and some mistletoe help to make the season bright ♪ ♪ tiny tots with their eyes all
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aglow will find it hard to sleep tonight ♪ ♪ they know that santa's on his way ♪ ♪ he's loaded lots of toys and goodies on his sleigh ♪ ♪ and every mother's child is going to spy to see if reindeer really know how to fly ♪ ♪ and so i'm offering this simple phrase to kids from 1 to 92 ♪ ♪ although it's been said many times, many ways ♪ ♪ merry christmas to you
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merry christmas. >> merry christmas. >> merry christmas to you both. i'm thinking i've got great colleagu. >> a special tribute to those photographs we just saw. >> i agree. >> that does it for us. have a merry christmas. >> with the exception of tony.
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we'll see you later.
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>> from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. one of the area's favorite annual event takes place in just a few hours in bucks county. it is the annual re-enactment of washington crossing the delaware, costume reenactors will listen to the inspiring words from george washington, then, relive the daring and dangerous crossing from christmas night 1776. the fest i have tis begin at noon at washington crossing state park, in bucks county. and katie it, sounds like they'll do pretty well with the forecast, don't have to wear too heff a coat. >> definitely still very mild for the standards. it will be windy, into the afternoon, but that's really the one and only weather-related factor we'll have to deal with at that point. sunglasses wouldn't be worse idea either. after some very dreary
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weather, seeing the back edge now, of our wet weather, and the cold front, making it full retreat. and look how it is brightening up. so, so nice to see this on christmas morning. 42 degrees currently outside pleasant valley, broads heads ville, starting to see a lot of blue sky off in the distance here, we take you through the forecast, already hit the daytime high of 53. temperatures will gladly decline. will stay windy, as well. with gusts that could peak as high as 40 miles per hour. breezy colder tonight, good excuse to break out your christmas sweater if maybe you open one up for the holiday this morning, meanwhile, the course of the next few days, more sunshine in this forecast, looks lovely tomorrow, saturday, still above average on the thermometer, come sunday, it does appear like we'll have few showers in the forecast, especially to the second half of the day, then by monday colder air will finally catch up to us, and we're back into seasonable territory highs at best into the low or mid 40's, even wednesday, in you years eve, looking little on the chillier side, right now, we are calling for at least some sunshine, and temperatures that are into the 30's.
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erika, back to you. >> katie, thank you, that's eyewitness fuse for now. join us for talk philly at noon on cbs-3. i'm erika von tiehl. hope you have a very merry christmas!
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