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two big stories today. first , a feisty vice presidential debate. >> i know you are under duress. i think we would be better served if we don't interrupt each other. >> don't take all the four minutes then. >> the nationals stay alive thanks to some ninth inning magic i'm live report from the ballpark as -- a live report from the ballpark as fox 5 morning news continues right now. >> happy friday. it is october 12th, 2012. live look outside as traffic gets stirring on this chilly friday and a very happy friday in this region as we have two winners. they are both alive. good morning to you. >> i'm wisdom martin.
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>> i'm tony perkins in for sarah simmons. the nats and os got it down. >> and on 13. >> tucker barnes is also here with a look at today's weather. >> after i watched the game, i took the dog out for the walk. people were out celebrating. >> it impacts everything. it really does. >> it puts you in a good mood. >> it does. >> it is chilly this morning. definitely be repaired for cool temperatures. we've fall -- be prepared for cool temperatures. cloud cover off to the north and west. this is a acold front that will get in here later today. bring us a few clouds but you will notice the win are going to shift out of the north and west and give is a good push of cool air along with pretty good
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breezes later this afternoon. even though temperatures will top out in the mid-60s, it will get very breezy around here and then later tonight, our temperature are going to fall off very quickly in time for the game tonight. temperature at reagan national, 48 degrees. dulles, 37. bwi marshall now down to 40. very cool morning. here is your forecast for today. high temperatures topping out in the mid-60s. 65 here in town. and 67 in leonardtown. should be a nice, sunny day. getting breezy later this afternoon. >> that is not bad. it will be cool if not cold tonight for the game. >> i'll have details on that in just a minute. >> time to check in with julie wright and see what is happening on the morning commute. >> things are getting a little busy now. we do have reports of accident activity on the ramp from quantico to go northbound on i- 95 possibly involving an overturned vehicle. this is coming from quantico to go north on 95. 95 is already starting to slow
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as you guys continue north from aquia harbor. southbound 270, not too busy just yet. we are picking up the usual suspects headed towards 109. you will find that you are at speed on 66 headed eastbound leaving manassas headed inbound towards fair oaks. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. -timetraffic. what a game. what else can we say? jayson answering knocked a walkoff home run in the ninth to set up a win are take all game five for tonight. >> the nats' pitching is also a big part of the story last night. >> dave ross is live at nationals park this morning with the story and good morning to you, dave ross. everybody is happy here. we know you're happy. >> you better believe it, gentlemen. yeah, what a great, great pitching display last night. ross detwiler is the unsung hero this n. this thing. he went six innings and kept the cardinals at bay and then the bullpen did the rest.
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what an exciting game four it was here at nats park yesterday afternoon. they got off to the good foot yesterday with adam laroche who got it all started. the nats only had three hits. two of them were home runs. here is the first one in the second inning and there it goes. adam laroche is dead center field. it came down to the bullpen tied autopsy at one. the nats bullpen did damage. jordan zimmerman, the game two starter struck out the side in the seventh. then tyler clippard came in the eighth and he did the same door things sit down, st. louis. drew storen, you can get some too dishing it out to the cardinal hitters. it came down to jayson werth. the leadoff, the bottom of the ninth inning. a 13-pitch at bat. it was epic. and the only thing better than the at-bats with the celebration because all of d.c. was pumped up after this one. 2-19 final and the guys talked about this historic win. istori
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>> the most fun game i've ever been a part of. unbelievable at bat right there. great pitching performance from ross. everyone did their job tonight. >> can't really write it up any better than that. i think for that crowd and that atmosphere and that energy and to have them experience something like that, it will be a fun day tomorrow. >> yes, it will a fun night tonight again. that is their first ever home playoff win. happened right here yesterday. game five tonight, gio gonzalez going up against adam wainwright. i think people are starting to line up for the standing room only tickets. it will be a wild night. >> thank you, dave. we'll talk to you again in a little bit. >> and the fireworks didn't end there. it was an aggressive debate last night between the vice president and his republican
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rival. joe biden and congressman paul ryan faced off in danville, kentucky at their one and only debate. they argued over everything from libya to medicare and the two battled it out over raising taxes. >> you can cut tax rates by 20% and still preserve these important pico rivera rents for middle class taxpayers. >> not mathematically possible. >> it is mathematically possible. it has been done before. >> it has never been done before. >> it has been done a couple of times. >> it has never been done before. >> there were plenty of interruptions. one count has the vice president interrupting congressman ryan 82 times. in our other top stories, a 4-year-old montgomery county boy is lucky to be alive after falling nearly 90 feet from an apartment window t happened at the park montgomery complex last night. the window screen came loose
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causing him to fall. police are investigating whether he was being watched or left home alone at the time. police say the boy was alert and talking in the ambulance. police in prince george's county are asking for your help in finding a man who robbed several university of maryland students. the man seen in this picture here robbed two students tuesday night and attempted to rob a third. all of the robberies occurred on baltimore avenue. the suspect robbed the first student at gunpoint. that student was taken to the hospital but is expected to be okay. okay. coming up, week after the death of a giant panda cub, the national zoo officially reveals while the sick -- the six day old cub survived. why scientists say this is turning out to be a bit more unusual than first thought. when i was younger and... financially stable. we were poor. the mgm casino in michigan. and it changed her life. clerk. way up. insurance... and i make great money. seven will create... twelve thousand jobs. to accountants... and construction workers. place to work with good pay...
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and great benefits, vote for question seven. [ kreg smith ] i'm third generation military.
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i served in the army, two tours over there. when i got back from iraq, i was searching for new jobs. [ lionel hamilton ] veterans make great employees, because you know they've already got expertise and they've got job skills instilled in them from the military. [ kreg smith ] what i've learned, being deployed overseas, is a high sense of adaptability, leadership skills, and teamwork. [ lionel hamilton ] ge doesn't hire veterans because they're veterans. we hire veterans because they're extremely qualified. but he's really creating debt.
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the facts are clear. obama's four deficits are the four largest in us history. he's adding almost as much debt as all 43 previous presidents -- combined. and over 30 cents of every dollar obama spends is borrowed. much of it from countries like china. he's not just wasting money, he's borrowing it and then wasting it. we can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. a liver problem is to brame
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for the recent death of the national zoo's six day old giant panda cub. the zoo's chief veterinarian says the lungs were underdeveloped. the cub's mother seems to be getting back to normal. yesterday, she spent time roaming in her outdoor playpen, resting and sunning herself. exciting news from space this morning. nasa says the first rock that the mars curiosity rover reached out to examine is more unusual than scientists thought it would be. the researchers say it is unlike other rocks seen on mars. it contains more sodium and potassium and is more like rare volcanic rocks seen on earth in places like hawaii. those rocks are formed deep underground under high pressure and at one time, they contained water. we're looking at live pictures now from los angeles, california. this is the space shuttle endeavour. it is on the move for one last time. the retired spacecraft has
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started its 12-mile trip from los angeles international airport to the california science center where it will go on display. it is being pulled through the city streets over the next two days. now, crews have had to clear hundreds of trees and close the sidewalks to make this move possible. you may remember that endeavour flew 25 times over two decades so now it is on the move for the last time. the last time. >> they cleared trees? >> i wasn't aware that they had to do all that to move this. but it is big so if they had to take it through the streets, they had to do some works. in just under 20 minutes, the fight against breast cancer takes over the nation's capital. >> while we wait it out another few week to find out who will be the next president, metro is already making plans for the big swearing-in ceremony. what they have in store for a less heck tyke commute. we've got that coming up. we'll be back.
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under the president's policies, middle income americans have been buried. they're just being crushed. middle-income americans have seen their income come down by $4,300. this is a tax in and of itself. i'll call it the economy tax. i'm not going to raise taxes on anyone. my plan is to bring down rates to get more people working. my priority is putting people back to work in america. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message.
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welcome back. thousands will be walking for a cure this weekend in the susan g. comb enannual three day event. it will be throughout the d.c. area. proceeds go towards breast cancer research and local community outreach programs. the walk begins at the armory mall and ends at the washington monument. it sounds like, according it our own tucker barnes, this will be a good weekend for it. >> yeah, although it will be mighty chilly tomorrow morning. temperatures will be in the 30s. >> might not want to wear shorts like in that video from last year. >> right. might need to be wearing the pink coat to start it off. let's go to the forecast. it looks like another great day. fridays are always good. mick in sunshine and temperatures in the mid-60s, it should feel pretty good. let's talk about the game tonight. we should have a cold front come through later this afternoon and that will pick up our winds and push some cooler temperatures in here later
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tonight. you headed out to the game, chilly and clear. first pitch about 50 degrees. about falling into the 40s and with a bit of a breeze, i think it will feel even cooler than that later tonight out at the park. hopefully, the bats will heat up quickly. thank you for laughing, tony. 48 in washington. 37 in gaithersburg. all right. check out martinsburg, 34 degrees. 37 in manassas and culpeper. 48 here in town. we'll be slow to rebound but we should see temperatures eventually back in the mid-60s. it should be a bright and beautiful day. here is our next cold front. i mentioned the breezes are going to pick up later this afternoon. not expecting rain showers but as that front comes through, our wind will pick up behind that front. later tonight and early saturday morning, our temperatures are going to get the chance to bottom out. we call it radiational cooling. with clear skies and wind lightening up overnight it looks like parts of the area here particularly west of the city could get very close to freezing tomorrow morning. if you've got tender vegetation
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off to the west and north, you may want to consider bringing it inside or if you can, throw a blanket on it. 65 today. plenty of sun. becoming breezy out there. winds north and west gusting to 30 here as the front moves through later this afternoon and there is your accu-weather seven-day forecast. a little cooler tomorrow behind the front but the weekend looked great. lots of sunshine, warming up sunday afternoon. we've got a red skip game in town too. big improvement over last sunday's game weatherwise. this is a look at weather. let's do some traffic with julie wright. >> all right. we'll say -- we'll say good morning to the crew in sky fox hovering above this accident along the ramp from quantico that is leaving russell road to go north along i-95678 the vehicle is back up on its wheels at this time but the ramp is still partially blocked. coming from russell road to
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nowntd i-95, no one able -- to northbound i-95, no one able to get by. delays for bay half mile. traffic will slow again working your way out of lorton headed up to the franconia springfield parkway. coming northbound, we had reports of an incident tying up the second lane from the left as you work your way towards springfield. southbound 270, no trouble spots to report here, just volume delays traveling from 109 out towards 121. that's a check of your fox 5 on-timetraffic. -timetraffic. metro is releasing more information about its plans for the presidential inauguration. public event will happen on monday, january 21st because january 20th falls on a sunday. metro will start running trains at 4:00 in the morning. if you park at a metro lot, you will are v. to pay on the way out. four years ago, the money was collected on the way in and that caused long lines.
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upwards of #00,000 trips are expected this time around. ate muslim civil liberties and advocacy group is lashing out at controversial ads in metro station. cair says they plan to put additional ads inside metro stayings all in response to the anti-jihad ads that went up last week. the group says the ads will promet a mutual understanding of the muslim religion. the number of workers filing for unemployment plunge toys afour-year low. is this a sign of a better jobs market or is it just a fluke? we'll go las vegas to fox business network in new york for the details. >> all is quiet right now. but later on tonight, this place will be rocking. the nationals face the cardinals in a deciding game five. a live report from nats park is coming up. for many middle class families, medicaid is the only way to afford the care.
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sit wall street's rammy has run out of gas and questions over the recent improvements in the jobs market. lauren simonetti is live in new york with the business beat. good morning to you. >> tgif. good morning. >> happy friday to you. let's talk about this market and it appears to have run out of gas, is that correct? >> yeah. you can say we are ahe in pre- election purgatory on wall street. we are actually facing coming into the final session of the week the worst week since june. so it has really been tough going on wall street. some good news this morning. we do have up arrows after all those red arrows yesterday. but they are in question because we do have a lot coming out this morning like consumer sentiment and things from big banks that could kind of change things around. we are starting the day at least on an up note. >> there has been a lot of talk about these job numbers. the recent improvements in the job market, is this the fluke or the real deal. >> some people are saying this
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could be a fluke. so two things happened recently. we got the national unemployment report for september. we saw the huge dip in the joble rate to 7.8%. then yesterday, we found out that last week, there was a sharp reduction in the number of americans filing for first time jobless benefits. some people on wall street, some people on main street are scratching their heads saying well, how is this all of a sudden with less than four week until the election, we are seeing such a vast improvement in the job market. some people are saying maybe a state like california didn't file all of their claims in time to skew the numbers. the state of california deappedz those allegations. we'll just have to wait until next week when the numbers are revised to see if it reallies with a statistical fluke or some other kind ever manipulation going on. >> thank you very much. have a great weekend. we'll see you next week. >> you too. >> see you monday. you can feel the excitement here in washington. dave ross will join us live from nats park with reaction to the team's big win. there is also a lot of buzz
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about last night's vice presidential debate and joe bide and's performance. did the vp smile and laugh too much? it sure was a hot topic on twitter. pamela howze: it just seems like such an... infringement on our lives. how dare they step into my life that way. it's none of their business. he's trying to restrict us, again. he's taking us backwards. george allen is the last thing we need in washington. anncr: the democratic senatorial campaign committee is...
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[ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approved this message. how about them nats? what did you do? >> everybody else did. we were jumping out of the stands. >> jayson werth hit a walkoff home run. look at him. fantastic. first pitch is at 8:37 tonight. gio gonzalez takes the mound.
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>> what an incredible ending. >> i love the celebration there. sherry ly was at the game. we'll talk to her a little bit later on. man, i was at home. i was by myself. my son was off at tae kwon do. i jumped up yelling and screaming and man, it was incredible. >> it was so tense too. >> very intense. >> i was glued to the tv. it seemed to be going on so long because it was a pitcher's -- what's so funny y nothing. >> it was a pitcher's duel really. midway through the game, you just knew this was going to come down to one run. >> and jayson werth, i love jayson. >> is it just me or are you having a little trouble understanding tony. let's go to the weather forecast real quick. i have hair in my mouth.
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i can't talk. >> 4 right now in washington. dulles is 37. kids going to the bus stop, make sure they bring along a jacket. clouds increase later and the winds will pick up with that front but we should be dry. going to the game tonight, definitely going to bring a jacket. we'll be windy with temperatures in the 40s by 8:00 tonight. mid-60s by 5:00 p.m. by 5:00 p. >> i think our gular groomer was not here in the make-up department. >> this all happened overnight by the way. >> can i just say something? >> i think tucker has gone a little over the edge towards unabomber territory. >> julie with a look at traffic. >> i can honestly say you guys have never looked better.
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>> thank you. >> we all got the nattitude, don't we? >> yes, we do. >> finners crossed for a big win again tonight. so fingers crossed for you guys. plan your trip accordingly. i know a lot of you want to head downtown after work and that will be during the end of our rush hour commute so plan that trip accordingly. metro also available for you. keep an eye out for the pedestrians along south capital street, m street as everybody is anxious to get their seats for tonight's game. checking out the drive from quantico leaving russell road, that vehicle has been back up on its wheels. tow truck has left the scene. northbound i-5, lanes are open. no problems to report leaving dale city continuing out towards lorton. no problems reported from 109 headed out two the truck scales. you will find that lanes are open until you reach northbound 95 before you reach the franconia springfield parkway. the second lane from the left is tied up with that incident.
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with their backs up against the wall, all it took was one swing of the bat from jayson werth to force a game five. dave ross is live at nats park with the morning line. good morning to you, dave ross. >> good morning. that is a great look for you. i think you should keep that. >> what do you mean? >> i have no idea what you're talking about. >> all i know is i might never shave again after what we saw from jayson werth. clearly you didn't save overnight. that is what happens. it happens fast for wisdom martin. the jay on worth at-bat last night is the greatest single at- bat in the washington nationals. pitch new two. jace son worth hasn't taken his bat off his shouldered. he looks to the ball there.
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this is leading off the bottom of the ninth inning. pitch number four upstairs. the a 2-2 count and than jayson werth battles. he fouls off pitch number five. here comes pitch number six fouls off that 97-mile an hour fast ball. push number seven, fouls that one straight back. here comes pitch number eight and staying alive, does the same thing. pitch number nine, jayson werth still locked in. and going to fight that one off. we go to pitch number 10 with davey johnson looking on. you better believe it. he is going to look at ball number three. so we have a full count. he fouls off pitch number 12. and pitch number 13 is the pitch for history. there it goes. the nats get their first ever playoff home win here at nat park and it comes on one of most epic at-bats you will ever see from jace son worth. talked about fighting it off
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apt stay ago -- staying alive and getting one pitch to hit. >> we faced him a lot. that guy is tough. i knew what he h i think he threw a hook 2-2 to get to 3- 26789 finally got one to hit. >> so there you go. jay on worth the hero of the moment. again, game five tonight. 8:37 is the first pitch. gio gonzalez on the hill for the nats. we've got much more here live from nationals park all morning long. to politics now, a heated exchange in last night's debate. vice president joe biden came out and swinging at the first and only vice presidential debate. >> the intellectual match-up appears to be a draw. sherry ly is live in studio
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with more on this. we had drama in the baseball games. drama in the debate as well. >> absolutely. railroad from start to finish, tony, this was something that was fiery throughout the entire debate. -- from start to finish. >> both republicans and democrats claimed victory. >> i thought joe biden did great and i cooperate be prouder of him. >> reporter: appearing more energiettic than president obama in last week's presidential debate, the vice president getting praise from democrats for being aggressive. but republicans are already releasing this ad criticizing the vice president's demeanor, constantly laughing and smirking while republican vp nominee paul ryan spoke. ryan kept his cool but eventually pushed back. >> mr. vice president, i know you are under a lot of duress to make up for the lost round but i think people would be better served if we don't keep
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incident running each other. >> biden slammed romney for saying 47% of americans rely on presidential assistance, something president obama left out in his first match-up with the republican nominee. >> i've had it up to here with this notion that 47%. it is about time they take some responsibility here. >> with respect to that quote, i think the vice president very well knows that sometimes the words don't come out of your mouth the right way. >> the one and only vp debate covered domestic issue and foreign policy including why the terror attack on the u.s. consulate in libya was cachized as a protest against the youtube video. >> why did that go on for weeks? >> that is what we were told by the intelligence community. we weren't told they wanted more security. >> now, two or three polls released overnight show that ripe as last night's win are while one shows biden coming out on top. next up on the schedule is the next presidential debate next tuesday. we'll see how that goes.
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mitt romney got a bump this time. maybe the president will take a different tack this time around. ben affleck is out with you new movie of a true story who uses a fake movie as a cover to rescue six americans. >> kevin mccarthy has his review of argo when fox 5 morning news continues. president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. [ female announcer ] but this is what the budget plan mitt romney supports actually does. more huge tax breaks skewed to the wealthy. while cutting nearly eight hundred billion from medicaid... even though middle-class families rely on medicaid to help loved ones cover nursing-home care. and it helps parents support children with disabilities. if mitt romney really "cares," wouldn't we see it in his priorities? ♪
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ben affleck is already getting rave reviews for his acting and directing in the new movie argo. that opens today along with the movie seven psycho paths. joining us now, kevin mccarthy, 106.7 the fan. >> always a pleasure. every movie this week is interesting. >> let's talk about ben affleck
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and his movie argo. >> what a story. this story took place in 1980. it wasn't declassified until bill clinton in 1997 and the fact that they had to keep this secret for 27 years, obviously, this take place based on i atrue story at the height of the iranian revolution and during the hostage crisis, 52 americans were taken hostage but they didn't know that six americans had escaped on top of the 52. they went to the canadian ambassador's house and were hiding there. the cia knew about this. so ben after phleb's character goes into iran and poses as a fake movie guy. they create a fake movie called argo, a fake produce "and director. his goal is to pose themselves as a canadian film crew who are on a location scout for the new movie argo. and the tension of this fill being, i started doing research and learning about this story
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before i saw the movie. whether or not you know the outcome of what happens in this film, you will be on the end of your seat the entire time. it is like watching something like toichg. even if you know the ending, you always think to yourself, i hope they miss the iceberg this time. you are always thinking that things will change. but when you watch these films, he is such a great director that the formula works that he keeps you on the emof your seat whether or not you know the truth behind the actual story. >> i want to go see it right now. >> they create this entire fake movie. they make real press for it. it is such a fascinating story. through the movies, we are able to learn about this story. ben affleck is three for flee, gone, baby, gone was brilliant. the town was amazing. this movie will be nominate for best picture. he will get a best districtor nomination. 100% sure. great cast. and affleck just proves yet again that you can sit there for two hours, be extremely
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entertained and have a great time at the movies. you will laugh. you will be on the end of your seat. you way feel every single emotion possible. >> i gave day four and a half out of five. the only reason for the half a point lower is a couple of time where you can feel they made it a little bit more hollywood than they should have but they have to fit everything into two hours. you have to give it to them there. four and a half out of five. see argo, very original. >> what you about seven psycho paths. >> this is the guy that directed imbruge. that was a highly violent, very funny interesting movie. coleen ferrell's character is a struggling screenwriter. they kidnap dogs and they return the dog to their oners to get the reward money. >> okay. one of the dog they kidnap is woody harrelson's dog in the film. he want to kill anybody his path to get his dog back and
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they are being chased after. they want to get his dog back. all the screen writing ideas come about in cole unferrell's head. it is very fascinating, very tarantino-like. you are meeting these bad guys and they are having normal conversations. a very tarantino type of dialogue. i had fun with t the refreshing, interesting. it is very violent, very vulgar. i enjoyed it. very solid, four out of five for seven psycho paths. and the last movie, i'm a little creeped out by scary movies. >> as the film ended last night, you would see my jaw drop and tears in my eyes and not because i was sad. it is just a shock and terror that a film can come out in this day and age that we've seen a story like this a million time where a family moves into a house and something in that house haunts the family. but it is so original and the
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idea that the cache is a struggling author. he want it piece together a murder mystery that has not been solved by this up to's police and he uncovers one of the most sick, twisted and disturbing stories you will ever see come alive on screen. it is ambitious. it is original. it is highly scary. i jumped out of my seat at least 10 times. they earn the jump scares. you will be flipping out. i gave this movie a four out of five. very, very scary. every movie this week is worth seeing. seriously, argo, benefit after flake, wow. i cannot tell you how great this movie is. -- seriously, argo, ben affleck, wow. let me know if you've seen them. want to know how scared you were after you saw sinister. i was flipped out. >> back to you guys.
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>> it would be funny if kevin gave this rave review and wisdom said what you do get it and he said two stars. >> i want to know what cheesy scares are. >> i can't see -- way don't have time for this. >> temperatures in the 30s across much of the area. going to be a nice-hooking friday. we'll top out in the mid-60s. -- going to be a nice-looking friday. friday. 30s now off to the north and west. 37 seems to be the winning number for much of the area. gaithersburg, 37. frederick, 37 this morning. 34 in martinsburg. >> it is going to get breezy. our next cold front off to the north and west. not going to bring us any shower activity. you notice a few clouds by mid
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afternoon. but the winds will pick up later this afternoon. the cool air will be locked in place later tonight and our temperatures overnight tonight will get a chance to bottom out. so cold, in fact, we've got a freeze watch for much of the area here west of the 95 corridor for tomorrow morning. so you got tend are vegetation, you may want to take some precautions now. cover opportunity or get it inside if you want to keep the growing season going for another week or two. by tomorrow morning, parts of the area could be at 32-degrees or cool are as the coolest air of the son set to arrive later tonight. if you are going to the nationals game tonight, make sure you bring along a jacket. it will be in the 40s with a pretty good breeze. becoming breezy with the passage of a cold front. 39degrees tonight in washington. and much of the area in the low to mid-30s tomorrow morning. that area under the freeze watch. nice looking weekend with a warm-up by sunday afternoon.
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72. there you go. gorgeous looking weather next week. >> would this be the first time since spring that d.c. has gotten into the 30s? >> i think that's a good call. >> thank you, sir. guess what it is time for. ask tony and tucker. this is the segment where tucker barnes and i put our big heads together to answer your most pressing questions, weather-related or otherwise. sometime we call others in as well. today's question is a good one. this is from david gregor. he writes, tsunami we get letters in the mail and the stamps on them aren't canceled. is someone not doing their job or does a machine cancel them with invisible ink? can you reuse these stamps or will you get in trouble? excellent question. >> of a he noticed it too. >> every now and then, you come through and -- it comes through and there is no stamp on it. we are phoning a friend.
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on the phone with is is roy betts. are you there? >> yes, good morning. >> let me first say i have the utmost respect for you and yours. i my mom worked for the post office month many years before retiring. >> thank you very much for that, tony. >> so here question number one. is someone just not doing their job? >> believe me, the person -- we're doing the job. the person, employee, machine, the job is being done. whether you can see the cancellations or not, believe me the stamp has been canceled. and to the point about whether or not you can reuse the stamp, no, can you not reuse the stamp. but with the holiday season less than 75 days away, we'll have more than enough stamps for people to use and we encourage people to mail early
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and often. >> now, you encourage people to mail early and often. we do understand there are some financial issues going on there. but let me ask you this. if-- is it possible that an envelope would go through the minneapolis and the machine would miss it? >> no. whether or not you actually see that cancellation, believe me, it has witness canceled. so you do not want to reuse that stamp. >> do you get in trouble? what would happen if we did? >> the postal inspection service just may want to pay you a visit. i can tell you, it is just not worth the risk. >> okay. you are scaring us. okay. >> and you don't use invisible ink, do you? >> we do. there are procedures in place for cancellations and as i
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said, if you can't see it, it doesn't mean that the stamp cleared the system without being canceled. we cancel every stamp and we ask people not to reuse them. >> okay. >> i'm going to give a nickname right now, then forcer. w, then -- the enforcer. we are a little afraid. okay. all right. >> i think i've actually done that before, tried to do that before, back in my older days. >> wisdom martin he lives in southwest washington. >> let me give you his address. >> okay. >> anything else you want to tell us. >> i think i'm going to be quiet. >> this is 57 days left from the holiday season. we've got more than enough stamps for people to use. when you don't so that cancellation, don't think that it hasn't been processed. it is cleared the machines. to not reuse the stamps.
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we have plenty of systemens for people and as i said, mail early and often this year. >> we got it. we got the message. we won't try any funny business because we don't want the visit from the enforcer. >> all right. thank you. we are very happy to have you on the phone. >> thank you very much. >> very good. >> learned something new. >> made me think a little bit of boardwalk empire. if you have a question -- oh, yes, wait a minute, mr. postman &&. >> julie wright, good morning to you. good to see you again i don't i thought we were going to do signed, sealed delivered. >> we could have done that. >> i like it. on the roads northbound i-95, this is where things have been complicated this morning. we've had a couple of incidents there on the ramp from quantico. the accident activity pulled over to the shoulder northbound i-59 here in newington just north of the tamps.
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you will find heavy volume over all coming out of dale city continuing across the occoquan. traffic remains slow from 123 headed into newington and now on 359 leaving the beltway trying to head north past duke street. we'll update the ride elsewhere. we do have trouble spots to report northbound on 5 this morning. accident activity her at birch hill. you will found we have he got accident activity inbound on the sousa bridge. it was tying up most of the roadway. so coming inbound from pennsylvania avenue headed towards the sousa, all lanes are currently blocked. that is what we're finding right here. this happens to be outbound coming from the freeway headed towards minnesota avenue. i don't have anybody coming inbound at this point because of this crash. again, inbound pennsylvania avenue on the sousa bridge, your inbound lanes are closed until further notice because of this accident clean-up. you can see it here in the distance. no one is able to get by coming inbound across the anacostia. douglas bridge is open, no problems to report on 295 at the 11th street bridge. traffic is heavy and slow 50 to 123 and again at the beltway. that's a check of your fox 5
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on-timetraffic. n-timetraffic. . ahead this morning, we are celebrating fall in the garden. >> holly is live at ed's plant world with decorate tips to spruce up the home for the season. plus, why you might want to stop by this weekend with the kids. straight ahead.
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>> reporter: good morning, everybody. i'm holly morris on this friday morning. i guess you could say mum's the word. we are all about fall flower and more. we are live in brandywine, where they are gearing up for their fall extravaganza this weekend. as we speak, our garden guru, derek is here. he's shopping the nursery and he'll teach us how to decorate with all flowers. we're going to introduce up our entrance ways and learn how to do centerpieces for the holidays and talk about what you should plant now for the
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spring and summer. even though it's chilly, we're going to think warm thoughts as well. since it is fall and it is the fall extravaganza coming this weekend, we're going to tell you, wisdom, how you can get your own free pumpkin. you'll have to stay tuned to get the info. >> free pumpkins. looking forward to that, holly. thank you. that will do it for the 6:00. now over to allison and tony. happy friday to you. >> wisdom, happy friday to you, too. coming up on fox 5 morning news, cloud nine heading into game five. we're live at nats' park where the countdown is under way. [ no audio] >> later an escalating fight underground. we'll tell you who is behind another series of religious ads about to go


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