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>> let me be clear i do not want nor do i expect the nomination for our party. >> the latest twist in the presidential campaign, the presidential candidate says he does not even want in. paul ryan says count me out. >> steve: he says he will not be a last-minute candidate for president if there is a contested gop convention. the candidate still in the race are gearing up for a primary in new york, now just a week away. and now how the races are shaping up this weekend. >> paul ryan is forcefully saying that he will not be the republican party's guardian
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contested nomination and july. this is coming as a donald trump upped his criticism of the electoral system calling it rigged and corrupt. >> the republican national committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of crap to happen. >> donald trump expressing frustration : the recent colorado gop convention, rigged. >> that system is set up so the crooked politicians can make sure they get someone in that is not part of what we are doing. >> the rocky mountain state did not hold an official primary and awarded all the delegates to ted cruz. the texas senator calling the businessman a sore loser. >> when donald loses he gets very unhappy. >> ohio governor, john k sick same vicious attacks between his opponents damages republican chances in november. >> i will not take the low road
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land. side, house speaker paul ryan's name came out as a possible nominee if there is a contested convention. he is saying, no way. >> i believe you should only choose from a person who has actually participated in the count me out. >> bernie sanders says don't count him out of the democratic race. >> there has got to be a change in the culture of corporate america. >> hillary clinton holding a double-digit lead in the empire state participating in a form on it will pay. same issue would be a priority if she became the first female it in chief. >> women in the workplace we have been struggling with this is like when are we going to get over this. >> the gap increases as you get older. >> donald trump has a few people in mind for his vice president
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he has not ruled out marco rubio, john k sick or scott walker. all men he has previously criticize. today paul called that shocking a breathtaking. >> it does not look like a jeb bush will be attending the republican national convention. the summer he said no and asked if he consider going to the event he said it could be very entertaining if it was an open convention. >> dari: the governor of north carolinas clarifying his stance on the controversy bill he signed known as hb two. governor pat mcquarrie filed an executive order that extends protection to state employees based on sexual orientation and gender identity. it does leave intact the bulk of the law about lesbian, gay, and transgender people. >> there's a great deal of misinformation,
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passion, and frankly selective outrage and hypocrisy especially against the great state of north carolina. based on this feedback i am taking action to affirm the state's commitment to privacy and equality. to that end, today i have signed an executive order with the goal of achieving that fine balance. it accomplishes the following, first. >> dari: the controversy lost sparked protests throughout north carolina. bruce springsteen canceled a concert there. businesses are pulling out of the state. >> steve: about 40,000 bryson workers will be going on strike at 6:00 a.m. the union contract negotiations have been unsuccessful. those going on strike our online phone and cable employees were working without a contract since august. bryson wants to freeze pension, make laughs even easier, they have trained thousands of
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the workers walk out. heading up the violent protest between african-american and asian community leaders in downtown brooklyn. this ahead of the nypd officer says their concerns about the potential protest after the x cop learns his punishment on thursday. he was convicted of manslaughter in east new york. the brooklyn da has recommended probation saying the shooting was an accident. whatever the outcome, leaders in both community promised to stand as one. >> no matter what happens at the sentencing, it will not divide our community. we will use this moment of tragedy to turn it into purpose. >> steve: the judge could sentence him up to 15 years. >> dari: please among island have a new weapon, it's called
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it's a vehicle. fox five got an exclusive look on the fully armored to six time vehicle. it is is one of 18 in the country. a similar machine was used after the san bernadino attack to safely approach the shooter's car. it costs approximately $250,000. >> in this case we're taking the criminals money and making the public and police officer safer. >> dari: the police say the vehicle will be used for tactical situations and and rescues as well. >> steve: a 19-year-old is facing murder charges tonight after fatal stabbing of a 22-year-old man 2-year-old man and i-uppercase-letter. it happened around 1:00 o'clock, rodrigues was walking with his girlfriend when he was confronted by her ex-boyfriend, the two men exchanged words and at some point rodrigues stabbed the other man in the chest. he he died at the hospital. the woman was not hurt. >> dari: the port authority old millions and millions of unpaid
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paying up. why it's so hard to crack down on tolls. >> there's a concern that the port authority of new york and new jersey failed to collect 11 4 million in tolls during the last five years. the agency operates the george washington bridge, the lincoln and holland tunnels, other bridges in the outerbridge crossing. the daily news first reported the deficit after requesting records using the freedom of information act. >> i think the reason we are talking about $100 million at an agency that has a 30,000,000,000 dollar capital capital budget is that the port authority is under tremendous financial constraints it is causing people to scrutinize almost every dollar. >> the agency failed to take legal action against toll evaders, some drivers owed $100,000 in unpaid tolls.
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reporter for crain's new york business. >> there's a lot of money being thrown around on major capital projects that are critically important to the region. when you think about it they do not have enough in the pool and the capital to fund all of it. >> the agency spokesperson said the port authority collected over 98% of all toll revenue on its of bridges and tunnels are due from 2011 until 2015. the agency insisted they do pursue toll cheats by a variety of measures including referring to delinquent accounts were taking the worst violators to court. >> they say the new york dmv has passed new regulations that are aimed at punishing repeat told cheaters. >> dari: police in new york may soon have a new weapon to combat texting while driving. it is called the text allies
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they show us how it could help distracted drivers. >> ben and debbie know the pain of losing a child. their their 19-year-old son evan was killed five years ago by someone who was texting and driving. >> we subpoenaed the phone records on our own, took a six months to get those and we found texting throughout the drive leading up to the crash. >> they have worked closely with state lawmakers who proposed a bill allowing police to use a device called the text allies are. is similar to a breathalyzer. please would be able to scan your phone with the device and would tell them whether or not you had been texting at the time of the accident and even moments before. >> is about saving life. >> assemblyman thing -- what we're trying to do here is give law-enforcement the opportunity at the time of the accident. >> the assemblyman says in
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developing the device. it will only be able to detect if it had made text but not be able to gain access of any other information. the new york civil liberties union is not convinced. >> i think there is much that needs to be done that can be done both to address the problem and to respect the privacy right of drivers. >> under the proposed legislation if a driver refuses to let please scan their phone they could lose their license. the assemblyman is hoping it passes before the legislator breaks in summer. >> steve: david guest has died, he is best known from marrying liza minnelli. their marriage lasted less than
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accusing the other of abuse, he was found dead in his hotel room in london this morning at the age of 62. >> kylie jenner exposed her fan. >> major security breach on her popular -- >> and looking for sugar daddy, someone said she was able to make money. >> hold it up okay. >> how some brothers convinced of their little sister that
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by being a sugar lady. >> 27, female, cute and not a grad student. at the city, caucasian, hair color, eyes hazel, education. >> meets her, she's finishing her final semester, this is an exercise, it's her profile on seeking >> we are pretty standard, back to his place and fooled around a bit. show me back to class afterwards and he said i have $500 and i said okay. and i thought okay.
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very exciting. >> the cost of higher education talked about for years and has recently become a pillar of bernie sanders presidential campaign. >> part of what we have to face colleges and universities tuition free in the united >> what is not as well-documented is how some students are flipping a bill for student in a tough economy. according to seeking, new york is number one when it comes to these mutually beneficial arrangements. in fact according to the site there is a 26% spike this year alone. sarah is what they refer to as a sugar baby. >> over the four years i probably made around $250,000, but i saved up 80,000 which is is what i had when i started grad school. >> she saved enough to pay cash for her grad school program. she feels good about that. as doctor jeff about the possible long-term psychological
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>> if were looking at it organically, what's going on in the brain, there is something a newer transmitter called dopamine and when we have a very pleasant experience such as being able to get that money or being able to pay a bill in school for example than that dopamine is released and we set all that's good, do it it again. >> would you consider this? >> it's true a lot of guys were looking for sex, but so are guys on other dating services to. >> there something to be said for self-sufficient college student. the question is, at what cost? >> i'm writing a memoir, sugar baby, a memoir, coming to a bookstore near you.
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makeup to cover up a witch on kylie jenner's cosmetic website. it exposed sensitive customer info. according to tmc customers trying to log onto kylie yesterday were being redirected to other accounts revealing customer names, addresses, and order history. the site had a heavy amount of traffic due to the release of her new metallic lipstick line which sold out immediately. the problems have been fixed temporarily. >> steve: breaking breaking up with its own ad, the dating site launched a publicity campaign showing a woman with red hair and freckles and says if you don't like her imperfection someone else will. followed by an offer of free three day trial. they are now removing the poster and apologizing to anyone who is offended saying freckles are beautiful and they're upset. >> dari: conflicting reports
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lindsay lohan is actually engaged. tmc says her boyfriend popped the question over the weekend and she said yes. the representative for the actress said it is not true. they started dating five months ago and lindsay has not been shy when it comes to expressing her feelings for him on social media. >> steve: some larger-than-life broadway characters helping the city teach life-saving lessons. >> dari: why they're the perfect choice to teach people about preparing for an emergency. >> sheesh he stars in it new hit way and talking about disaster
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>> then you just evacuate. shelter in place. >> were talking to high school students are preparing for the worst. >> we have around ten giant disasters and so we know a lot about emergency preparedness if you have an earthquake, tidal wave, upon his eight times a week while singing. tornadoes and more in recent years. the commissioner says he wants everyone to be ready the next time a disaster hits. >> we try to get it out to his younger folks as we can. in their mindset if they're ready for an emergency they will grow up with that, they'll have it and take it through life and it will come in handy. >> rogers is a sophomore and was among the teens learning about emergency go bags, cpr and more. >> i learned that we have
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if a disaster strikes, the psa is going to be launched to spread the word about disaster preparedness. >> dari: santana is back with his original band. >> in the past for years i probably made around $250,000. >> santana made it ten of money to, just not that way. we'll talk to the guitar legend about --
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to heaven, we will hear both they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street
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millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. at stop & shop, shoppers are discovering low prices by the thousands, plus a thousand more that just dropped. all these low prices! what are you trying to do, get me to feed the whole neighborhood? no. just trying to save you a whole lot of "bread."
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thousands of blue tags, thousands of low prices. my stop & shop. >> six decades of rock 'n roll
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a big show tomorrow night. >> the crowd cheered today when you announce this album is the first, what can we expect. >> joy, elevation, things that elevate to, things that make you feel really grateful to be alive >> reporter: what is it feel like to have the original band back together? >> it's wonderful. i adore everyone. were in a room and we make a sound, it's a sound that is a truly celestial. >> reporter: what you love most about playing in our city? >> the energy of being connected and and everybody. it's a social experiment. it is like nothing in the united states.
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since 1969 somehow we were embraced. >> reporter: what are the songs that get new yorkers moving during your show? >> we love to validate and celebrate women. this is a band that makes women crazy. >> having the band back together does seem like a simple is going to be at a time that we really need. what's the message you hope to send to your fans? >> it's like john lennon and the beatles, the messages, when you
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has power. >> steve: will be great to listen to the actual album. spee1 they'll be some concert. some still called the greatest rock 'n roll song of all time. led zeppelin stairway to heaven. did the band actually steal a famous opening notes? >> steve: how many trillion of people have had that experience. a a los angeles judge has said that the sound is close enough to decide whether he barred a song that was recorded three years prior. the other man died in 1997, here's a part here's a part of the song in question, take a
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>> steve: that's kind of crazy. >> dari: there so many cases as of late of songs that resemble other songs. >> steve: it seems to be much more freewheeling of that. >> dari: it has the same five, well they say the two bands appeared at several festivals together in the 60s and that led zeppelin owed millions of dollars in royalties. >> steve: they are feeling the burn,. >> dari: will take you to the get out and vote sanders party.
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stephen hawking's ambi >> dari: bernie sanders supporters are feeling the burn on the dance floor in brooklyn tonight. look at to bernie sanders fans to get out and vote dance party.
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sharon croley takes us inside. >> you make say they were burning up the dance floor tonight. a crowd of twentysomethings were supporting the 74-year-old presidential hopeful and democratic socialist, bernie sanders. >> you have to feel the burn. >> reporter: the senator was born in brooklyn, you could fill feel the burn everywhere. >> i really love how everyone is saying let me be clear. the other day i saw a video and beyonce was like let me be clear. i would not notice it except for bernie. >> reporter: there are selling kinds of a bernie's way including bernie vinyl.
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hillary down your throat and this is a great alternative. >> reporter: they pumped up a crowd of young supporters and told me why sanders is his first choice for the white house. >> he is staying true to who he is. i think that that is admirable in a politician. i think it's where your people are responding so positive to him. >> reporter: the event tonight is one of many planned in the next few days to generate excitement for sanders as he tries to do well in the weeks democratic primary in new york. >> dari: today is equal pay day in the u.s. soccer team is stepping up to be paid as much as the men's. the team means business. they're threatening to boycott the ellen picks the this summer if they do not get equal pay. of being treated like second-class citizens. several team members have filed a complaint with the equal
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commission. >> we want to bring light to this issue not only for us and the inequality we face but as a paradigm shift for women sports and ultimately women in general. >> dari: they say players will wait until july to decide whether or not to boycott the games in rio. >> steve: the star wars trilogy heading back to theaters this summer. they will all be remasters and you can see them at townhall and midtown at august 6. tickets will be available starting may fourth. also known as star star wars may the force be with you. >> dari: some of the world's greatest minds have joined outer space. among them, renowned astrophysicist stephen hawking. he shows shows us the ambitious plan to explore the stars.
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theoretical on the planet launched a program searching for extraterrestrial life. on monday on the highest room in the high sphere, professor stephen hawking announced the latest of those initiatives. what they call breakthrough star shot. >> hawking and the rest of the team want to send thousands of tiny starships to a star 25 trillion miles away. >> a decade ago this mission would have seemed inconceivable. >> from something like this to something like this. >> nanotechnology has allowed the star shot teen to design a new propulsion system, thousand times faster than the fastest spacecraft we have today. >> to get something that is not
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really fast. >> they claim to fire lots of lasers into one beam and direct that being toward a light still attached to a postage size tip. a fully functional sales probe that can be held with two fingers a mass produced. >> it would go through space at 20% of the speed of light, allowing it to reach that star in 20 years. by launching one a day you could map the atmosphere. >> for the first time in human history we can do more than just gaze at the stars. we can actually reach them. >> steve: high-level thinking
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three brothers palaver really epic -- >> dari: how they convinced their sister that zombies were coming and her priceless reaction. >> steve: and a company's ceo says minimum wage hike due to prices when a rear hatch remembers your height. when systems can help sense your surroundings. and when cameras change your perspective. that's the more human side of engineering. experience what a lincoln can do for you at the lincoln spring collection event. p right now lease a 2016 lincoln p navigator for $599 a month, p
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>> the average american spends 16 hours on his or her tax return a year. that is down nearly 50%. the average wait time with the irs is about an hour. six out of ten calls went on answered last year. taxpayers might be losing patient but some people are losing their faith in the economy. businesses are worried about sales and profits for the rest of the year. a great time for stocks, the dow
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the younger the restless showed millennial's are changing jobs or four times in their first decade out of college. that is two times more job hopping then generation x did. >> dari: higher wages mean mean higher places at your fast food restaurants. with new york raising its minimum wage to $15 per hour over the next several years, they may be forced to increase their value or there are many prices. by as much as 50%. they also say the wage would force the restaurant to hire less workers and maybe look into the possibility of using robots to give you those burgers. >> steve: who even knows how
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>> pretty much anything can go, you don't know where you are. >> dari: a girls a big brother took advantage of the fact that she was still on medication from a dental visit. with a prank involving zombies. >> search wisdom and you will find a jackpot of posterior surgery patients who say the darndest things when they're all drugged up. >> why are you crying? >> what is your favorite food? >> he don't love me. >> but there's one video that everyone is talking about. it has it has gotten over 3 million hits. the title, brothers convinced little sister of zombie apocalypse. the video starts with one of the
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the radio, only this is no test. pretty good, right. it doesn't end there, there's a phone call to mom, stockpiling of weapons and emergency decision-making. >> we can only take one pet, what pet, the cat or the dog. armed with the family cat and a garden hoe, she eventually finds out the only thing she has to defend herself against our her two older brothers. >> want to go back home and you're going to get in bed and
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of hours. so the brothers name and that is how they decided to celebrate national sibling day. ever since that then there gotten comments from people who say their sister would be a next line companion doing a real. >> steve: she was ready to take charge, actually like the brothers more that they did that on national sibling stay. >> dari: anyone who has had that surgery when you come out you are a zombie for the most part. you could convince me of anything. i had mine pulled three years ago.
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internet will help her conspire. >> weatherwise that we are in the typical -- were starting to get chillier tonight. the skies cleared out and we are looking for a great stretch of weather for a change. believe it or not it is going to be springtime weather moving in which we have been waiting for. it is coming. coming. i think you're going to like our forecast. today, 59 we started out in the low 50s when the rain came in and for a while the was in the upper 40s. the april sunshine will warm us up to 59, 45 is below. that's close to an average day in new york this time a year. 619 is your sunrise, tomorrow it's the sun all day long. clear, dry air, 48 degrees and 48 degrees in wins light and pressure is getting stronger.
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all rain has moved along. it showing we are in the clear. let's look at the highs for the day. upper 50s to 60s, 61 in newark, and the jersey shore in belmar, a little cooler montauk, 54. cooler in monticello, dropped into into the 40s. were talking chilly air tonight. while it is low 40, upper 40s in the city, we get get back to the middle 40s across long island. temperature change from last night about four-9 degrees cooler. freeze warning now in effect. it covers northwest jersey across the lower hudson valley in southern connecticut. temperatures will around 30 or 32 degrees in the first part of tomorrow. the wind is a light out of the northwest, it will be northeast, light wind tomorrow about five-10 miles per hour.
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the north and west. temperatures are down in the upper 30s in buffalo, still low 50s in washington, d.c. clear weather moving in. good shape now, front is a moved offshore that we are in the dryer air and high-pressure goes into the great lake region. highs will take control and influence our weather. in the 70s tomorrow and upper sixties. eventually a taste of some of that air. it will take a few days to get here. the mid-upper 50s. it is a beautiful and sunny tomorrow, 38 in town, 50 at lunchtime, we'll stop at 57. seven. it will be a stellar day. blue sky tomorrow. the hike goes towards eastern canada and the ridges back on down. that will protect us for a few days.
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thirty-eight in the city tonight, we will will hit 57 tomorrow afternoon with sunshine. look at that, it's been a while since we have had 70 look like this. sunshine all the way through. fifty-eight on thursday and friday, 62 or on saturday. low 70s on sunday monday. dane in the upper 60s on tuesday. this could be a, spring could finally be here. >> steve: thank you nick. >> the grand central parkway construction will be going on
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>> how are you doing everyone. as the saying goes you heard all goat things must come to an end. tomorrow night in l.a. a very
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the 20 are hall of fame career of lakers great, kobe bryant's. a. a prelude to the big event last night in oklahoma city were kobe would play the final of his 677 career games scoring 13 points and 19 minutes and at 112 - 79 loss to the thunder. dropping their record to 16 - 65. this whole year whole year has not been about the lakers it's about kobe's 20th and final season. they can't be at the finale may be on something to commemorate the occasion like an 18 karat goldplated -- 30,000 dollars. maybe of purple cashmere diamond for 24 gram. or if your if your bargain hunter may be a snakeskin jersey in honor of kobe's nickname, the black mom
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$5. as to what it would be cost to be there the average resale ticket is listed $2110. the most expensive is $25700. over on city fields tonight, mets is continuing the emergence has the best in the game striking out 12 marlis in seven innings. he left with a no decision, score tied at one after seven. then top eight bases-loaded, now on the mount pigeon it's good enough to get home on the sacrifice make in a two - one, that was your final at city field. in toronto tonight, the yanks lose, elsberry comes through with a single into shallow center. that would get the winning run
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the next lose their season finale, thanks goodness goodness it's over with, 102-90 to the pacers. >> dari: see you tomorrow. >> steve: take care great price on this boneless chicken! yeah. we love low prices. no bones about it. [ laughter ] thousands of blue tags. thousands of low prices. my stop & shop. alright guys. i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before?
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getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually
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so... couldn't help but notice none of you rsvp'd to my murder mystery dinner party. oh, yeah. we were meaning to do that. no, you weren't because it was a week ago and nobody came! so, if you want to solve the mystery of who stabbed koothrappali in the back with the weapon of indifference, it was all of you. i don't think that qualifies as a mystery. we all knew what we were doing. we're sorry, rajesh. maybe we can do it next week. whoa, whoa, we're not that sorry. don't worry, i can take a hint. no more murder mystery parties. great. thank you. hallelujah. because i've got something even better planned. aw! why? come on. just hear me out. i'm going to make you guys a scavenger hunt like they have at m.i.t. oh... i loved those. i did them every year there. we did them at princeton, too. oh, that's cute.


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