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rosanna: times square. look at that cleaned up right now and the pedestrian plaza and you can actually walk through. greg: just 45 minutes from the nude women showing up and maybe a nude dude like yesterday. rosanna: and now everyone is paint. i'm sorry i want to see to all that stuff going to a play. greg: rosanna, speak for yourself.
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bottomless is against the law. topless is right now okay. i don't make the laws. rosanna: there are new units there and quality of life police are there and making it easier for the people to walk through and not subjected to the so-called art. greg: eye is is in the beholder. it is 71 degrees right now. yesterday minus 220 degrees. this called therapy. we are meeting the person that runs the business. rosanna: joanna, nice to have you here. >> the company provided the treatment. rosanna: explain how it works.
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it is like ice therapy, right? >> yes, ice therapy. the temperatures range from minus 184 degrees to minus 264 degrees. >> greg: how cold yesterday? >> minus 256 degrees. greg: just three minutes by the way. >> yes, three minutes is the limit. >> what are the people getting out of this. >> it is designed at inflamtory and pain treatment. with time, the doctors discovered it is helping with anxiety and depression.
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greg: we are freaking out inside. rosanna: you are forgetting the problems because of wanting to stay warm. besides that what boosting metabolism? >> yes, and improving the system of the body. it helps with the stress relief. rosanna: i read demi moore is doing for antiaging thing? >> yes, it is coming from the fact it is anti-inflammatory and improving the skin texture and detoxification of the body. greg: yesterday, you had two difficult patients. it is like going for a massage, you get the robes. it is spa like.
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you have to have a brief medical check up. you took our blood pressure? >> i did. greg: and you have an assistant, rosanna? >> right. rosanna: i helped, i took his pulse. greg: she was pretending she was is technician. we wept into the booths. you asked do you have clas phobia. i have a little bit of it. i'm not afraid of this thing. it is exposed at the top. rosanna: so you saw greg going on with the gloves, shoes and socks and he took off the bath robe and he had a throng on? >> yes.
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greg: it is a company issued disposable underwear. well, we had the sound down, my woshd words are curse words. rosanna: rosie is a technician there and you talk us through it. three minutes is a long time. minutes. this time three minutes. you are coming out of there and preserved. >> yes, this is the limit. three minutes is the limit. you don't have to do the whole three minutes. 2 or two and a half minutes. rosanna: what is the minimum? >> a minute and a half.
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greg: we have footage after getting out. we were okay for a while. i felt good, i felt con incompetent inned. i we have video of getting out of the chamber. there is a moment of what the heck just happened to me. my legs on fire and i didn't collapse, but -- rosanna: you feel a little high. right? did you feel high? greg: it was a rush. >> nervous system and enkrien system is stimulated. greg fwreg this is what happened. i'm only kidding. [laughter] rosanna: be careful with that. you had the little thong on, right? >> greg: yes, oh good. the benefits are what? >> the benefits decrease inflammation and improve mood,
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circulation, sleep better. the quality of sleep. greg: i'm intrigued by it. i don't know if i will sign up for a bunch. how much is it? >> $90 per session. we encourage people having ten sessions and then down to $70 a session. rosanna: so the most benefit, how often do you have to do it to have more of a permanent feeling? >> ten to 20 sessions and the results last for some time. it is not entirely temporarily. depending on the life style and the stress levels in your life. greg: it hit the interesting music. rosanna: i have knock you out.
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i will put you in four minutes next time. greg geg hit the music. she's looking like a star from an r rated movie. rosanna: thank you, greg. greg: rosanna is looking very hot. rosanna: thank you, greg. it was painful. no pleasure involved until after getting out. greg: you are looking like ecstasy. rosanna: nothing sexual was going on. greg: no, i know. rosanna: you were talking the whole time in there. you were distracting me so i could stay in three minutes. greg: just enjoy the music and watch this. how request people find you?
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>> we are in manhattan. rosanna: you are expanding? >> we are opening center on 22nd street and bringing the first kryo chamber. rosanna: what is that? >> room filled with cold air. greg: mobile and we have a stationary chamber on 22nd street. greg: put it on a truck and go to neighborhoods? >> with the c or a k? >> k. rosanna: this chamber, more than one person in it? >> yes. greg: there you go. rosanna: but the problem, when you go in this thing, you have to have minimum amounts of clothing. >> you can have a sports bra and sport shorts. that is enough.
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you will feel comfortable. rosanna: you had a little diaper on. greg: i wore their underwear. nice to meet you. thank you very much. rosanna: thank you, i felt great yesterday. it is fun. you never know. athletes have been doing this for a long time. steve weatherford does this all of the time. greg: and tony robins guy. mike, what's up? mike: i have knee and back issues, sign me up. rosanna: there you go. mike: to what's happening outside. a little drop in the temperatures. we have dropped down to the 60s and now back up to 71 in central park. 71 montauk. but mainly clear skies in the tristate.
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dew points are comfortable. 53 at central park. 55 in newark as well as sussex and monticello and 57 dew point in monticello. here is the cold front. a few scattered showers and storms. this is moved well out over the waters and taking a look at the futurecast, not much coming to us, just clouds drifting across today and tomorrow. we have a cool flow of air coming across the tristate and the northeast for a little while here and no showers or storms coming at you. we are watching erica. it is looking impressive and organized and 50 miles per hour and moving to west at 16 miles per hour cutting through the caribbean right now and headed through, looking like it is
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getting closer and closer to puerto rico and the forecast track taking it up to the north and to the west. then forecasted to come through the bahamas over the weekend and into next week. after that, it could intensify to a cat one hurricane and bringing in a decent amount of wind and rain headed to the southeast u.s. and we'll see if that holds true in the days to come. northeast. up to 82 degrees. mostly sunny. 81 tomorrow. 85 on saturday. the humidity is coming back on sunday, monday and tuesday. the shower chances are coming in on tuesday or so, just a few here. greg: thank you, mike. a hero or a big mouth with, i
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don't know. rosanna: they are calling him the red light robin hood. greg: this is a painter's extension rod and steve ruth from long island is adjusting the red light camera and pointing that up into the sky so it is not taking pictures of the red light violate ors violators. rosanna: he's not doing anything to the light. he's just saying that he wants to keep his money in the pocket and his neighbor's money in the pocket. greg: wrong answer. a driver, he used crafty means to the -- he sab technologicaled the cameras and posted the video online and he got in trouble by shooting his mouth off online. rosanna: yes, he had a lot to say about it. he's facing misdemeanor charges. greg: and four counts of
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criminal tapering and four counts for destruction. this is from the new york times. now, he's saying, rosanna, i'm not a fan of this guy, i did it for the people that came back from war and are abused by the cameras. he's hiding behind the veteran's issues. the senior citizens are getting these and they are veterans. don't do this for me, okay, i'm good. rosanna: okay, that's that? i never went to the military and i don't like a ticket. greg: he takes a great mug shot but you wept off the deep end on this one. rosanna: the conversation is continuing on facebook. now to biden.
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greg: you heard, me might run. he might run against hillary clinton. rosanna: he's thinking about it, his son that died had hoped his dad would run for president. greg: here is the deal, he told the supporters he might not have the emotional fuel to run for the president. rosanna: he's been vice president for two terms and travelled all over the world and lost a son and before that, he lost a wife and another son. he's really had a lot of emotional baggage that he's carried around for many, many years. greg: he's talking to the supporters. he had a conversation with elizabeth warren and talked to a fund raising guy on long island. rosanna: is this sweet music to hillary's ears, yes, i understand it, i get you, totally. yes.
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greg: not quite. >> i just want him to reach whatever the right decision is. and he has to do that. and it has to be a really hard one. i was at his son's funeral. i can't imagine the grief and the heart break. rosanna: losing a child, i don't know how you move on from that. greg: we like joe biden. if he ran for president, he would be the oldest man elected president. older than ronald reagan. in a time when people want to buck the system, donald trump is doing well, he's been in politics his entire adult life. he was elected at 29 years old. rosanna: there is a wave of voters out there that are tired of career politicians.
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greg: that is the thing, he's a career politician. rosanna: but joe biden is goofy, in a good way. he has things happening around him. then he drops the f bomb talking to the president. greg: people talk like that at times. >> that was picked up on camera. it is a big deal friking deal he said. but not friking. stay tuned, the political season. rosanna: we have an actor coming up, academy award nominated perhaps you remember, he was from -- >> greg: 12 years of slave. we meet him coming up.
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greg: remember 12 years of slaves? ro rosanna: yes, chiwetel ejiofor was nominated for the role. greg: he was a free man, the character, and conned into a
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deal and sold into slavery and the movie was amazing. rosanna: he's in a new movie. he talked about how this is an about post apock littic world. >> i play a seen ties and with a group of people that long since passed and developed a hazmat suit to protect himself. he's travelling on his own after everyone is wiped out and he gets into a valley and meets ann. rosanna: stop a second. margo robby. >> the blond from wolf of wall street. rosanna: carry on. >> they start a friendship and potential relationship.
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he's taking it pretty slow. worried he doesn't want in a bad relationship with the last woman on the earth. rosanna: good move. >> yes, until chris pine turns up. and so suddenly the best laid plans go astray.
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rosanna: take a look. rosanna: i'm concerned for you, you are in the contaminated water. greg: and you tried to shoot the last woman on earth. she can really act. >> yes, she's a terrific actress. this is a part that required an a lot of detail and she dem demonstrated to be able to navigate. greg: once again you nailed it. rosanna: you always pick the right films. american gangster, 12 years of slaves, you are in the big and heavy films and how do you choose them? >> it is what moves me and engaged in.
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it doesn't have to be a heavy story. at the time, there was great narratives out there. if i'm inspired and engaged by it and other people might be, i get excited about it. rosanna: is there a pressure being nominated for an oscar and to really make that the next move is a good one? >> i always want to make a good product in the end. so it is no additional pressure, it is continuing pressure to get the good work out there. greg: it was a good movie. it was moving and powerful and so well done. all right. rosanna: are we seeing you in brooklyn, that is your home? >> yes. rosanna: awesome. where are you residing? >> i'm in london a lot. i'm doing a show in london at
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the national theatre there and then los angeles. greg: thank you both. see it.
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greg: new york, new york. it is a heck of a town. rosanna: yes. it is a gorgeous day. and we have a guy who is like taking over-new york for years and years and years. greg: he's part of the city's fabric. going back decades now. ernie a long time anchor at fox news at 6:00. way before here, going to channel 2, 7. what channel hasn't he been on? rosanna: remember we interviewed together. >> greg: he's got a new show on fox 5. welcome, ernie. >> thank you, guys. are you ready to sing? rosanna: i love to sing. >> i want you to perform. you had a band here.
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rosanna: yes. greg: what does singing have to do with the show? >> i have been doing the news for a long time and love it, now there is star of the day. it is a new york version of "american idol" and we are looking for great talent. it is starting on fox 5 saturday 6:00. new york star of the day.com. we are looking for people to send in audition tapes. we can linnic it up and audition people this way. performances. the band is bernie williams from the yankees. he's, there he is right there. he's getting a master's in music. he's leading up the all-star band. rosanna: called new york star of the day? >> yes. rosanna: are you only
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auditioning new yorkers? well sometimes pennsylvania and new jersey? >> it is open. greg: what about other talents, comic, magicians? >> we are looking for everything. go to new york star of the day.com, there is a contestant tab and live audience. we are going to resorts casino in queens. there is a stage built for us. i did a couple of shows we taped in boston and came out well. there is a lot of good talent. when you think about this city, it is the best. if you get on the show, you can win a major recording yours truly, a new car. rosanna: really? a new car and recording contract? >> yes, it is on for 13 weeks. starting in september and ending the first part of january every saturday night. i want you to sing with me. greg: we are not shire about
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that. rosanna: i heard you have an open jingle. how does that go? you are going to sing it. i see him in the mirror. we share an office together. greg: ernie, i know you look at yourself in the mirror. >> don't we all. star of the day who will it be. rosanna: no, not the wards. >> star of the day who will it be, today you will see the talent rare to compare who will be the star of the day. come on, greg. greg: ernie, this sounds awesome, who picks the winner? >> this is how it works, we have three performers on every show and audience applause meter and celebrity judges.
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tony orlando is coming, neil, judge from the people's court. wplj radio, simone from fox 5 and patricia starr. we have a lot of people part of this. so they'll be judged by the celebrity judges and the audience approval and people can vote online and they are continuing every week until they advance to the finals. family fun. >> star of the day judge. i will sit in judgment tomorrow. rosanna: our band might be available. are you paying? >> that's the question. stipend.
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greg: we love you, but we'll talk about the cash. >> i have to talk to the band involved. it is so easy. gifted. schools and organizations are checking it out. we are taping this thursday. rosanna: this thursday? >> next thursday, 3rd of september. greg: new york star of the day.com. check that out. >> go to email address, check that out, there is a tab there, send us your link, and if you want to be in the audience, reserve a seat. i have to thank lew our general manager, dan, jack, all the program. it is really an opportunity for the community to be involved. okay.
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it is not like a national show. it is a local new york best talent. it is great. i love kids and family. in america. to see the faces of the people that have the opportunity to be heard and have a chance to be seen and -- rosanna: and getting a recording yours truly. greg: cashes and prizes. rosanna: what type of car? >> we are saving a few things. you know about that. is it a porsche? >> we have to tease it a little bit. greg: it is a cheap one. no compacts. rosanna: we are putting the information at www.fox5ny.com. and ernie, a selfie. >> yes. start singing... rosanna: we'll be right back
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with miss teen usa. she won't be caught singing on the show. greg: miss teen usa is next.
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that is miss usa and miss universe. we have had miss america on the show. and now it is miss teen usa's turn. she was recently crowned. she's 15 years old and from louisiana. katherine haik. rosanna: what is it like? >> it is amazing. settled into new york. i went to the yankees game. greg: last night? and they lost? >> yes. greg: you are 15 years old? >> yes. greg: you seem very mature? >> yes. rosanna: what'd you do to snag the crown? >> it is about being myself and going into it for fun. having a time of my life. rosanna: is there a talent
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portion? >> no. they had asked me to sing the president's song. rosanna: give us a taste. >> washington, adams... rosanna: fine! who is the 41st president? bush. >> i have to go through the song. rosanna: that is good. any way, what happens now? how do you handle this, you have 15, you have the crown, school work, how is that working out? >> i'm teen usa no matter where i live. i'm going back to school.
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i'm a sophomore and involved in the dance team and softball team. it is crazy, but i can do it. greg: what is your favorite subjects? >> math and science. rosanna: wow. greg: what drew you to the pageant world? it seems hard and others are judging you. people judge any way. >> it is bringing so many opportunities. throughout this year i get so many things coming my way and a voice to speak about and work on the charities that you are passionate about. rosanna: tell us about the town you are from? >> it is a small town, franklinton. they are so supportive. they had a watch party for me. . rosanna: how many kids in the high school? >> 900. rosanna: wow, that is one school
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in new york city. greg: you will probably be the homecoming queen. >> i'm a student council representative. i made it away at the bahamas. rosanna: so school already started? >> yes, i'm returning and catching up. they are supporting me and working with me throughout the year. greg: what'd you get for winning this thing? >> it is a beautiful new crown. this is a new design. i have a number of sponsors and offering things. greg: choose carefully. nice to meet you. >> you as well. thank you for having me. >> coming up, the new york botanical garden. they are honoring a mexican artist.
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greg: i remember freeda. rosanna: she had an unabrow. here. rosanna: fantastic.
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"good da greg: how about that miss teen usa. i remember being 15 and the most awkward individual. rosanna: i had the biggest pimple on my nose. she's got the most beautiful skin. greg: i like this girl. it took me 17 years to talk to that girl. i had to be cool. oh, man, i was so uncool. i was in the band too. rosanna was a cheerleader. rosanna: talk about something else, gorillas. greg: there is feature at the bronx zoo. there is a head gorilla and gets any girl he wants.
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rosanna: they were thinking about how to do this thing. the mating thing is not happenstance. it is starting in cleveland and doing the genetic testing. greg: i don't know this, i thought you had a boy and girl. rosanna: throw them in the cage and throw in the bananas and see you later. anna: it is highly planned. they want a diverse genetic pool and make sure their mating behaviors are compatible. rosanna: their dad is named after ernie. anna: they need to go ahead to make a baby. greg: that is really fascinating. the last time at the zoo in
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december, the gorillas were napping in the back. that was disappointing. rosanna: i'm surprised they are on birth control. anna: they do the best to match them, but there is group of gorillas not seen in public because they are not getting along so well. we hope they are going to reproduce. rosanna: anna is on a culture tour. to the new york botanical gardens. greg: what is happening there? anna: well, do you know who frida is? she's most influential artists. she chroniced the pain in her painting.
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this was a popular movie. the real frida survived polio and a bus crash and a rocky marriage. greg: he was difficult. anna: they had affairs and got divorced pd a remarried. the new york botanical gardens has a special exhibition of her paintings. i went to the exhibit, take a look. >> she was independent and spirited. >> i got the tour of the exhibit about, it is not telling the typical story about the mexican artists work. the garden is telling a different story. one about her love of the
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natural world. they are displays 14 original works and they have recreated the garden where she lived and painted. >> we have filled it with the plants, that she talked and grew in the garden and plants that are there now and native to mexico city. one is called sun and life and the flowers are of this plant and she's painted the face in the flower. m anna: it was clear to see the plant's influences in the art. this is a very famous self-protrait. it is down playing her personal life but it is a topic among the visitors. >> they were crazy people. >> it is interesting.
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i think it relates nicely to the plants. i love her. i love her real life story. >> i love her imageries and the paintings, longing for a child. >> she's a great representation of women and a strong woman and no problem expressing who she is and embracing like her beauty. >> that brings us to the brow and mustache. the look so unique there was a look alike contest and the results were tremendous. >> so many dint frida's throughout the life, cutting her hair and pet monkeys.
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she said she painted the self-pror traits because she knew herself the best. >> it is up until november 1st and they are having fun tie-ins. rosanna: look alike, do you have to go with the brow? >> a lot of people did. they pencilled it in. greg: this is not my thing. i won't be doing. rosanna: this looks like fun. the street. i will see them again. it is at the bronx zoo. that's where i will be. anna: mexican cuisine. they have drinks. greg: i don't have to go to bronx to have that. i can go to rosanna's office. rosanna: we'll have a taco and
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call it a day. greg: botanical gardens. rosanna: my girlfriend got married at the botanic. it is a fun morning. thank you, an ma. greg: all right, let's go [excited yelling] ah, yes! you can't stop it! aww...your mom liked my post. you're friends with my mother? whoa. another episode? definitely. we all use it differently. same way? call time warner cable to get
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greg: thank you for supporting "good day." we want to wish pee wee herrmann a happy birthday. rosanna: how'd you know that. greg: he's 63. how about that. he's a good actor. rosanna: i heard that the place house is coming back again. i thought i read that. greg: all righty. mike, how are you? mike: doing all right. making it closer to the weekend and happy birthday to my buddy ash. have a great birthday. we have 73 degrees. 72 in newark. nice mild start to the day and clear skies. nothing much happening with the weather. we are focussed on the tropics. it is coming through parts of
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the leeward islands headed to puerto rico and forecasted to go north of puerto rico. it issette g getting close there. then the bahamas, that is going on for the next couple of days and next week it could become a cat one hurricane. we'll see if it is going to make land fall and holding together. be prepared for the potential of tropical weather out there. nice over the weekend and warm and humid for you. rosanna, greg, back to you. rosanna: thank you. greg: mike, you are awesome. how about the therapy? rosanna: temporarily it is sounding good. i don't know if it is good for everyone.
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