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a decade's old tradition takes a taunting turn. they started off as innocent jokes. >> donald looks to the statue of liberty and sees a four. >> michelle obama, gives a speech and everyone loves it. my wife melania gives the exact same speech. >> and then no laughing matter. >> but assaying goes, if you can't beat them, go on "fox news" and call them a genius. >> here she is tonight in public pretending in the the to hate catholics. >> fighting barbs, leading to boos, how this light hearted charity dinner, was unlike any other in history.
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plus, do cell phones promote violence in schools? one study says, yes and now one local school district is considering taking action by banning cell phones in schools. how parents are reacting to that proposal. an emotional return home for the flyers, the team reflects on 50 years of hockey in philadelphia and pays tribute to their late owner ed snider, see the ceremony that ended with his banner being raised to the rafters. from friend to know, an undefeated sam bradford returns to the link to take on the eagles, what the eagles need to do on sunday to sleigh the sleeves. >> yes, big game sunday it will be great. weather looks good too. by the way, it is national apple day. >> yes. >> is there a certain apple. i like whole foods, there is
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apples, as far as you can see. everybody talks about honey crisp. >> yes. >> i do like fuji. >> my favorite is pink lady. >> we have one of those. >> we will have an apple tasting today, like wine tasting. bob, you will be part of that. >> i was not at meeting yesterday which i should have learned my lesson. i will be bobbing for apples you are bob. >> yes. >> it makes sense i didn't have a say in it. >> you were volunteered. >> we're going in. >> and going deep. >> what is the number today. >> we will deal with a great eight, for the day because last mild day for a while. temperatures plunge tomorrow, but buddy is nice and comfortable at the bus stop with temperatures in the 60's. just in case umbrella is there. we will see sunrise in a few minutes but enjoy sunshine while here. there is rain coming later on in the day, unless at the
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shore. 65 degrees right now, your official sunrise time 7:18. the little bit of fog at the airport, dover delaware, millville, new jersey, how about a high of 79. so unusual for october 21st and not going to last. cloud, sun and showers later on in the day. bob kelly, visibility seems to be improving a little bit on i-95. >> it depend upon what portion you are on of i-95. we're better here at 7:04. it gets better. this is i-95 in delaware county, just south of highland avenue. then we will go to i-95 where we have an accident north bound right here near girard avenue. it is hit and miss in the last hour or so we have seen the fog kind of rolling in and roll out, northbound on the freeway delays in toward 295 because of an accident that will impact anybody from ballsboro. we have double two's 22 minutes into downtown, southbound i-95 heavy from
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wood have men to center city. watch for possible fog delays at philly international. >> i just got a phone call, or toy interrupt your traffic. i got a call from bob eubanks, he want to know how you got a hold of his suit and he wants it back, all right. >> do you like it or not. >> i love that coat. >> i was than the sure how it would look under the lights, it looks good, but then when you get it under the lights. >> also wink-mart inndale called and he would like to jacket back. >> i know jean rayburn with the little ball on the top. >> no, it looks good. >> thanks, bob. >> having some fun on a friday morning. watch for fog delays down at philly international. mike and alex, back over to you. bob kelly, such a good sport.
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7:05. if you thought third presidential debate was the final face off think again. latest round coming during a catholic fundraiser for the presidential candidates traditionally trade light hearted jabs. >> it is a formal affair and all of the guys are supposed to wear white ties which they all did, white tie as opposed to a black tie event. so this year at waldorf astoria hotel on park avenue up in nyc. >> that is how you know it is fancy because you talk like that. >> wonderful darling. >> so light heartedness, was good at the beginning. the jokes at the beginning were fantastic. but then somebody said something and everybody started to get ticked off and it got kind of nasty toward the end. i heard boos because i was watching this thing, dave. >> reporter: yes, i did too with the voices there. >> you know it is bad when there is boos at a religious
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event. >> both candidates had something last night but i don't think either one could cut it as a stand up comic. for the first time in memory at al smith dinner. overall this campaign bitterness is spilling over into an event for charity. with new york cardinal timothy dolan between them donald trump and hillary clinton attended annual al smith dinner in new york last night and fired away. trump saying media is biased. >> michelle obama gives a speech and everyone loves it, my wife, melania gives the exact same speech. >> you looked so good in your tuxedos or as i refer to them, formal pant suits. >> reporter: but both would go beyond the self appreciating jokes. >> here she is tonight, in public, pretending not to hate
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catholics. >> i have now stood next to donald trump longer then any of his campaign managers. >> reporter: beyond dinner there were actual developments on the campaign trail, after refusing to say it wednesday night's debate, that he would absolutely accept the outcome of the the election, donald trump spoke in a rally in ohio. >> i will totally accept, the result of this great and historic presidentiale lex if i win. >> reporter: trump pointed to the possibility of voter fraud. clinton meantime contending with more e-mail likes that suggest her aids were sweating over a deal for her to speak in morocco in exchange for a 12 million-dollar donation for the clinton foundation. she created this mess and she knows it, wrote top aid and confident huma aberdeen. back at dinner, trump did reach out to shake clinton's hand. she reciprocated but quickly
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turned away. >> it looks like that is as friendly things will get between clinton and trump for their next personal interaction might that be phone call at the end of election that it where there is a clear winner and loser. i wanted to try my hand at a quick joke for donald trump. he didn't like last snl, cold open so he wants saturday night live cancelled. he didn't like review for al smith dinner. he will see that is cancelled. for hillary clinton. >> hold on, where was the joke. >> that he wants it cancelled. >> that he wants it cancelled. >> that is the punch line. >> yes. >> but that is reality. >> well, yes. >> he wants the dinner cancelled probably. >> so he wants snl, that skit cancelled, but he would also like the dinner cancelled. >> yes. >> i try. >> by the way, reviews are in for hillary clinton's performance. the reviews for hillary
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clinton, in her e-mail. >> she got reviews in her e-mail. >> that is a good one. >> yes. >> you know, it is funny when person telling the joke does the laughing. >> yes. >> you know it is not funny when the person telling the joke is laughing. >> i was being sarcastic. >> yes. >> you know, i'm joining you, dave good your turn do you have a none in joke to tell. >> i'm too fast nateed, i was than the listening to what they were saying because i'm fascinated by the people behind hillary clinton and donald trump. because they are a who's who. a lot of media people. i saw gayle king on with a green dress on, nora o'donnell, i saw her there. former mayor bloomberg was there, former police commissioner, ray kelly was there. but i cannot take my eyes off a friend of mine maria bartromo who i worked with at nbc this is mid 90's and now she works for us at fox business network.
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yes, she's the one with the, she's texting now in the red. who is she texting. she has biggest white gloves i have ever seen. she has pulled one off to text during donald trump's speech there, or his speech or his jokes. hello, maria. >> she put on her glasses to actually sees what she wrote probably. >> look at these gloves, aren't they too big for her. >> she looks like, she should be with a hazmat unit. >> some people wear them. >> it is true. >> cinderella wore them. >> amal clooney was at the golden globes and everybody thought it was so fabulous. >> maybe she has a meth lab. >> now, of course that was a joke. >> so there you go.
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>> we should have dave kinchen do more jokes. at 12 past 7:00 on this friday, how about this out of iraq. smoke, billowing up, isis says that it is fighters have stormed government compound in the city of northern part of the iraq called kirkuk, militants they say attacked two police compound earlier this morning after hearing heavy gunfire and explosions. news outlets are report ago this militants have not seized any governmental buildings as of yet. it is just past noon time there in iraq. we will keep an eye on. that seven credit 12. delaware is considering a controversial step to stop violence in schools. it is considering, banning cell phones. >> yes. >> state leaders was recommending a ban apply to not only students but parents and teachers, as well. the state commissioned the study after death of amy joyner francis. she died after fight in the bathroom at howard high school
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of technology six months ago. student recorded what happened on a smart phone. according to the study phones aggravate school violence. reactions, to the recommendations, well, they are mixed. >> there is ane emergency or emergency in school children need a medic is in tomorrow reach out to their parents. >> children use the cell fence right now, social media, snap chat, facebook and everything. i can see that happening. >> the study's author recommend a pilot program and one school district with the possible successful adding more. >> the fights will still happen but it will just not be recorded if they ban cell phones. >> sometimes that can be used for evidence. we will see how this goes. in south jersey a police officer has been charged in the deadly dui crash in florence township. prosecutors say that justin rodriguez was drunk when his car collided into a utility pole on front street, september 23rd. his passenger died on the scene, the 25 year-old is an officer with burlington
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township, officials say rodriguez was not on doody at the time of the crash. also in new jersey, a camden county police are investigating the shooting of a man found bleeding in front of the bar. the wounded man discovered at eighth and chestnut, line outside crystal lounge around 8:30 last night, and he had within shot in the chest. this time officials have not released any further details on that. there will be no charges filed in the death of the four year-old boy who fell from the balance conn any wynfield heights earlier this week. police say, it was an accident, when boy fell seven stories, from the department on conshohocken avenue. the investigators found a window screen leading to the balcony was broken. his parents were home at the time, the boy was from saudi arabia and came to our region for medical treatment. 7:14. busted. three time philadelphia mayoral candidate sam katz pulled off a plane off at the philadelphia international
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airport. katz was leaving for a fishing trip to florida when police boarded the plane and pulled him off of it. tsa screeners found marijuana and rolling papers inside his checked bag. fortunately for the 66 year-old police gave him a citation and sent him on his way because of the small amount of pot that was found. >> well that is a heck of the fishing story, isn't it. >> what a fishing trip that would be. >> really. >> sam katz. >> all right. >> i feel different about him. >> wow. >> wow. >> sam katz. >> it has been two years since city of philadelphia decriminalized small amounts of mar juan, pot advocates, you see what we did there. we put these stories back to back. i don't believe sam was at this thing, no, he was at the airport. >> maybe he was leaving this thing and went straight there. >> no, of course not. no. there was a pop up anyway pop up pot party yesterday
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afternoon in front of the philadelphia museum of art. pot activists, marking this occasion by lighting upright in front of the museum. haze of smoke you may have seen near art museum yesterday, hundreds attending the cities first ever pop up, pot garden, since the criminalization, went into effect. marijuana arrests have been down nearly 80 percent in philadelphia, of course, organizers say policy is saving city millions of dollars and keeping thousands of people out of our jails. philadelphia is among a growing number of the pennsylvania cities who have decriminalized marijuana. >> governor tomorrow toll wolf vested interest in doing the same thing statewide. did they get find then at all or do they just let them go. >> no fines. >> what? >> mayor was then. >> yes. >> i don't know about that. >> okay. >> well, if we had footage of that, it would have been on straight up at 7:00.
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>> okay. >> maybe even 6:00. >> yes. >> we would have broken in overnight. >> here's sue at 7:17. >> we have a couple systems watching that will make big changes in our weather, biggest one from this cold front that is still out in the western part of the state and then we have this off shore storm bringing in moisture to this jersey shore. so we are already seeing some rain from that this morning. you can see it along the the coast there nothing else. we will keep a close eye on. that best advice for today is have umbrella for later on in the day when we eventually do see that rain and you can see it through the afternoon the shore rain moving north and then the other rain coming in, maybe after five or 6:00 we will start to see some showers. if you are out as you said earlier for date night friday night well, then you should have your umbrella. we do have by noon tomorrow at the late that he is rain will be out of here but then we
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will start to feel changes and look at what will happen in new england saturday night into sunday. nothing like that around here but just saying. 79 degrees today. fifty-six tomorrow it will feel colder than 56 because of the win. sunny, breezy tomorrow with a high of 65 for the eagles game. best to have rain gear, going to the temple game tonight at the link. there could be a shower or two. >> give yourself extra time, for temple game because they have sia concert across the street at the wells fargo center plus a friday opening rush hour all together. good morning, everybody. 7:18. eastbound schuylkill an accident at conshohocken, only one lane opened, right at that conshohocken on ramp here where everybody is push off to the left. get ready for delays from say king of prussia on into conshohocken rolling out of the driveway. we have the fog down the shore, live look at route 40 and route 47, also some wet road coming through ocean city
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along route nine as sue showed us on doppler there. southbound on the boulevard not that bad working your way to the schuylkill. northbound 295 a crash at that 42 interchange where they have shuffled barriers around over last couple days in that construction zone and with the fog and major drizzle rolling through expect delays down at philadelphia international. mike anal he can, back to you. emotions running high before last night's flyers game as team honored their late founder ed snider. this was part of the video that everybody out there at the wells fargo center was watching on the big monitor up above the ice, crowd erupted in to cheers when these pictures were shown. it is a pregame montage. his children then went on to the ice to help raise his banner in, to the rafters and they left an empty chair for their former founder. well, to the game flyers now one and zero in the second but get power play goal to tie it.
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>> yes. >> then later in the second matt read stays hot picking up his fourth goal in four to give the flyers the lead. in the end flyers did not hold on, the ducks score with under ten minutes left that would prove to be the game winner. flyers drop their home opener, three to two. >> there is a positive. >> because remember wrist band were passed out. >> yes. >> there were no reports of people throwing wrist bands. >> people did not throw them last night. >> but thing is you don't want to lose to a team whose mascot is a duck. i mean does that strike fear into anybody a duck. >> no. >> and i love university of pennsylvania, but i mean are you are you really going to get beaten up by the quaker. the nittany lions coming in. let's go quakers. go get them. >> they will get you for talking about them.
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>> okay. >> this might bring a tear, snoopy, of course from the peanuts cartoon series. >> yes. >> he is spokesperson for met life. >> for years. >> he got fired. >> how do you fire snoopy. >> on paper probably first. and then this, sam bradford is back. and he is better than ever. his team is five and zero. only undefeated team in the nfl. they are here. what if he wins. they will be six and zero. then we will have to go back and walk off ben franklin bridge and jump. we have about five or six eagles fans and i mean most hearty of fans in here to weigh in on sam's back.
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when government bureaucrats
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refused to approve a cancer vaccine equally for both girls and boys, i stepped in to change that rule. when my own party held up recovery funds after sandy hit us, i took them on and won. and when veterans were forced to travel out of state for health care, i brought in new local clinics and expanded services. but there's much more to do. my mission is to protect south jersey's way of life. i'm frank lobiondo and i approve this message. snoopy from the peanuts cartoon series has been fired. >> how do you just fire snoopy, lauren. i'm so sad.
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>> he was spokesperson for met life insurance. >> for like years. >> yes. >> because met life, 31 years ago wanted to bring a friendly face to insure. they brought on snoopy and peanuts gang and, they used those cartoon characters in their advertisements, and you would look up, and there is a met life blimp. that has gone away too, but the thought that snoopy was fired is not sitting well with people. i'm sure deal that he has with met life is pretty good. nonetheless, met life is ditching the consumer face and early next year they will focus on their corporate customers who sell insurance to their workers. part of headaching this shift they don't need snoopy anymore. >> did he get any type of severance package? >> i would imagine he got a nice set up and they threw him a bonus. >> at least they have that. makes me think it is so sad. do you remember taco bell fired the chihuahua.
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>> i loved that chihuahua. >> yep, and a flack duck. >> he is gone too. >> remember what is his face. >> yes. >> he made those comments about the tsunami in japan and japan is a big market for aflack and may tag repairman. >> yes. >> his name was, his last name was flight, the guy that played -- white. jesse white, thank you. >> yes, sue serio knows this i don't know. >> if you guys, have a favorite spokesperson or somebody who got fired, in longer with us, or that company, tweet us, let us know. >> lauren. >> yes. >> the snap he will woman. >> snap he will lady. >> i don't remember that. >> her name was wendy. >> what was her name. >> wendy. >> what was the guy with mountain dew, he said do the
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dew. >> wendy kaufman. >> wendy kaufman. >> okay. >> trying to think of the guy who did mountain dew commercials, i used to love him. >> i don't know him. >> i have a cheat list in front of me. >> okay. >> cheater. >> you remember, because i don't fred the baker. i don't remember fred the baker. >> fred the baker was he with dunkin' donuts. >> yes, ding accounts ding, ding. >> look at you. >> time to headache the doughnuts. >> alex, it was from 1981 to 1997. >> what was. >> fred the baker. >> that is why mike remembers. >> no, this is a pet peeve. i hate when people on television say, well i, don't necessity about that because i was than the born yet. >> well, i was born but i was than the drinking coffee. >> he just wants an excuse to express his pet peeve, it
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happens all the time. >> mike's memory is amazing, i'm very envious of that memory you have. >> are you? you you envy me. >> really. >> do you remember mr. whiple. >> yes, charhence toilet paper. >> yes, very good. >> it was so cute. i like them. they have toilet paper. >> what do they do. >> they rub it. >> just how soft it is. >> yes. >> i think it is cute, anyway. just tweet us. use the #fox 29 good day, poor snoopy. >> she loves bears with diaper rash. just don't screw with the trivago hotel guy. >> what about the progressive lady, flo. >> would i like to punch
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her... no, i can't do that. first of its kind here in philadelphia, what makes the city's new prek program different from others, did you hear about this? the city's chief education officers joins us next to talk about prek and what it will take to get your kid in there.
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>> buddy is ready for anything today, apple day, rain that may come later on and eagles game on sunday. this is last mild morning we will see for a while. so make sure you enjoy not only that but rest of the day. we have a cold front that will change our weather, but for right now it is bringing rain to parts of the jersey shore atlantic city through margate, ventnor and up through brigantine as well, some light rain this morning. we're seeing sunshine, 65 degrees, sunrise official at 7:18. fog around wrightstown, new jersey this morning and in millville. and dover delaware. but today, enough sun, and showers, will be preparing for them later this is day. rain on and off with a low of
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54 degrees. whipped will pick up as well. we will feel the difference tomorrow bob kelly. >> 7:33. >> good morning. delays down the shore on route nine just outside ocean city, sue mentioned we are getting rain. watching us down the shore, wet road as we roll out of the driveway, still got fog socking us in over the city. coming in over the benny into downtown philadelphia. that accident eastbound right here at conshohocken on ramp. everybody off to the shoulder. but we're attracting attention and getting in the height of the morning rush hour there. another crash north on 295, as you head in toward that 42 freeway. and, along route 55. mike and alex, back to you. for very first time in history, city of philadelphia is offering a locally funded prek program, for residents of philadelphia. but you need to act quickly
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though because the 2,000 available seats, come january the fourth are first come, first serve, enrollment the is opened now, otis hackany the chief education officer joins with us more on how this application process works and how you should start doing this now good to see you welcome. >> first time on "good day philadelphia". >> yes, it is. >> are you feeling all right about it. >> i'm sure you have been warned about mike. >> yes, i have seen him in action. >> i remember when mayor kenney was running. i'm sure he is very supportive of this we're talking three and four year-old children. if i had a three or four years oldy want them in prek because of the studies i read, it is so good for a child. >> you are correct. this program that we are running with the phl prek, it is definitely for three and four years old. we are strongly encouraging our parents to get the their children signed up as quickly as possible because enrollment the is opened right now it opened on monday, the numbers
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went up and times went up on monday but yesterday was our formal announcement, around phl prek. >> what is the response been? i know you guys at this point can only do 2,000. >> right. >> the response has been overwhelming. as soon as announcement was donnie went to another heating and one of the people said all right made the call, the call center service was fantastic. even processed if we have a call center to assist parents to make a process user friendly and easiest as possible. >> how will you choose 2,000. >> it is first come, first serve. >> is it already over. >> it is probably not over. what we did in terms of the providers that we worked with. so we have a total of 61 providers and 78 sites across the city. we have priority id areas. those highest need as people call looking for centers closest to their homes that is how those lists and slots will be filled. >> for providers that is like
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day care center that is already existing, that you work with these guys. >> there are child care sent their apply to work with us in this and so we have a number of quality provide's cross the city that we are very positive and feel very strongly about. we have did site visits to see to make sure they meet requirements. >> hoist paying for this. >> city is pag for this. this is paid for through philadelphia beverage tax. >> just like promised. >> yes. >> people are paying for it too, taxpayers. >> beverage tax. >> sugary drinks. >> yes. >> okay. >> this is what i don't understand. what is difference between taking your three-year old to a day care center and a prek, are there real teachers there. >> difference when we talk about day care verse child care verse prek. you know, in the industry now the term is we talk about child care centers. when you really thinking about a quality prek center, it is
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credentials of the staff, the facilities themselves, curriculum that is being used. it is a much more academic environment. of course, there is still a field of lay. >> but they are learning. >> they are definitely learning. i would say strongest credentials and experience of the staff with the curriculum. >> so how will it be if i'm a parent, i am walking in a existing place. there lane special section roped off or what will be the difference. >> you shouldn't notice a different from one classroom to the other. generally classrooms are ten to 15 students at the most but when you walk in the prek center you won't notice and some may blend kids. so because even right now with providers they can have children paid through multiple funding, so different subsidies. >> if i have a three or four years oldy want them in prek. it seems to be a hard ticket to get. what did you compare it to. >> someone trying to get tickets tour favorite concert beyonce because is there wait
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lists in some locations. >> i'm hearing there are wait listness some locations but we are excited about that. we have a gradual ramp up because we want to build infrastructure, soldly so we have the program running efficiently and effectively. >> when is next time we will be adding seats. >> our first roll out in january, we are doing 2,000 students. next september we are adding another thousand for total of 3,000. >> if i have a three or four years old what do do i real quickly. >> i said it several times, phl prek if you remember that, look in the camera. >> look on the screen. >> it is on the camera, but 844phl prek call that number or go to the web site as well, we have a great web site and it is phl prek.org. >> you cannot say that enough. >> i cannot say that enough, phl prek is where folks should make phone call or go to phl prek.org. >> you said it enough. >> i wanted to make sure i got it in. >> thank you.
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>> wow. >> first time in our history. >> big. >> well, sam is bad, better than ever five and zero his team is anyway who you would you feel if they beat eagles on sunday and they go six and zero. is it just another guy who is left philly and became successful a champion we will talk. pat toomey: he was a founder of this pennsylvania bank and owned stock worth as much as a million dollars. under toomey's leadership, the bank used a controversial foreclosure practice called "confession of judgement" to take away homes from people across pennsylvania. the practice is banned in 35 states because it's considered predatory, but pat toomey didn't care. pat toomey the banker: he's really not for you. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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have you heard the snooze, snoopy got fired from his job at met life. i was thinking about the different spokes people for companies and products that we love. which is your favorite. white t james say most interesting in the world is doz equis. i don't usually watch the news but when i do it is usually mike jerrick. >> thank you white-t. >> someone else mentioned the dell computers guy. >> i don't remember that. i mean dell computer commercials ran over and over but i don't remember the guy. >> well, if you have any others tweet us or use the #fox 29 good day, and we will share them.
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>> wifi is down, i haven't had a tweet this 45. you know what that is like. >> maybe people aren't tweeting you. >> they tweet me. >> checking your phone, making sure it is working. >> maybe i should shut it off and turn it off again. >> we have got some rain coming in the south jersey area at route 47 and 40. we have dealt with the fog and now rain. still left over fog here on the 42 tree way working your way toward, bellmawr and accident on the ease pound schuylkill expressway right at conshohocken. the just east of the conshohocken interchange and that is causing gaper delay for folks heading in to town, coming from the royersford/collegeville area you'll fine delays inbound, in towards king of prussia. how long will the fog hang around? sue has the answer coming up in 15 seconds.
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we had a high of 86 degrees on wednesday and we will take temperatures a big plunge we will lose 35 degrees by the time we get to tomorrow with highs in the 50's and then factor in the wind and it will feel colder. weekend wendy is ready for light the night walk tomorrow evening for leukemia, lymphoma society. as long as you layer it up, you'll be just fine. seventy-nine today. mid 50's tomorrow. gets better on sunday with a high of 65. don't expect a warm up toward middle of next week because we're back to the 50's on tuesday and wednesday, and "good day philadelphia" will continue after this.
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stand here and there is no light. >> sam bradford returns this weekend as a stinking minnesota vikings. no matter where he goes he takes one thing with him, his sleeves. the. >> yes. >> i am sam. i am sam, sammy am. that is sammy am, that is sammy am, i do not like that sammy am. do you like shirts with sleeves?
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i do not like them, sammy am. i do not like shirts with sleeves. would you like them here, or there. i would not like them here or there. i would not like them anywhere. i do not like shirts with sleeves, i do not like them sammy am. would you like them on a jersey. would you like them on a jersey. i do not like them on a jersey. i do not like them on a jersey. toy not like there here or there. i to not like them anywhere. i do not like shirts with sleeves, i do not like them, sammy am. >> i brought in old friend here. how are you feeling. i'm feeling good. >> ready for the game. good to see you. i know you know their story, they have the eagles, theme
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wedding. >> yes. >> my goodness. >> that was wonderful. >> good to see you again too. are you ready for this game. >> definitely ready. >> curtis, shawn, anthony, if sam bradford comes in here five and zero and he leaves six and zero, what are you going to do. first off it is not going to happen. hey sammy, you think you have tricks up your sleeves. you are not going home with a victory today, tomorrow, sunday, city of brotherly love baby, you are going home in a body bag. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> you agree with that. >> yeah. >> there is no way sam leaves here six and zero. >> really. >> why are you so confident. >> he has to lose sometime he might as well lose with us. >> that is a horrible way to think. >> let's say he does win, how do you feel then hon morning. >> next game. >> really.
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>> i thought you got devastated anytime they lose. >> devastated yes but you have to push on. long time eagles fan. >> you know what the next game is, don't you, they go to dallas. >> yes, next game. >> you are also calling for a win. >> yes, absolutely. >> always, always calling for a win. >> did you call for a win last week. >> yes, but you know, things happen. it happens. but got to push on. still pushing for our bird you are still positive if he leaves here six-zero. you know all of the players that have left here and gone on to championships. >> next. >> we have put together the little montage of the different athletes that have gone on to another city and then gone on to championships. how about terry franconia. look at these people. terry franconia former phillies manager, he won twice with the red sox, world series. now he has cleveland indians back in the world series.
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>> remains to be seen. >> are we jinked. >> no, we're not jinked. >> i have never seen you two so calm. >> it will not happen on sunday. >> vikings will go back in hibernation and walk in dallas and cockroaches will all come out and they will crawl back in their holes after the dallas game. we are not going to hear there any dallas fans after the weekend after. we will not hear any vikings fans. >> hold on, you you are predicting a win this weekend, and then go to dallas and win absolutely. >> all four of you. >> absolutely. >> i feel better. >> yes. >> absolutely. >> only thing that will make this better if the pep band was here. three, two, one. >> ♪
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>> i feel better, i don't know that i should but i do. >> go eagles.
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here's something i to all the time. i get my camera out and face time with my grandchildren, teddy, who is five and a half and jack, who will be two now. >> he will be two. >> on thanksgiving. >> wow, it has gone like. that we face time our faces off. >> in the restaurants, we see kid all the time, kid acting
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up, here's my cell phone, here's my ipad and they start playing witt and they what to do. >> we saw this study, a little while ago that said the light coming out from these devices, may be bad for little kid especially. >> is it bad, doctor mike. >> well, american academy of pediatrics have said michael, you are doing the right thing. >> yes. >> skypeing, you are interacting with your grandchildren especially young children under the age of 18 months. it is okay. as long as you are skypeing, or doing something interactive with another person. the key here is that you don't give little johnny or suzy a screen or put them in front of the tv and then they just you go and do your thing and they are there for three hours, all by themselves. >> you know that is what we're doing. >> i know. it is a sedative. you don't want to to that. that is wrong. you you want have to have interaction. if the kid are older american
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academy of pediatrics say it is okay to have some kind of learning app as long as the parent is there working with the child. that is the key. >> what about the video games. i have a little cousin. he is sitting in the corner and play games. is that still okay, then. >> i hate to quote high grandfather all the time. everything in moderation. you just can't use it as you're owe look, there was a study that showed 86 percent of kids under six are now using technology. dare say if you keep your kid away from technology, you ban it, they will go to school and they will be from another planet. >> yes. >> so everything is in moderation and no more than an hour, and it is kind of content as well. don't forget. things that are educational, and fun. >> i can't figure out this other study, that says that women who consume alcohol
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fairly early age. >> yes. >> are more susceptible to breast cancer. >> we have known always that alcohol can increase risk of breast cancer. how does it do that? it has estrogen effects. it is a harmone that can increase risk of breast cancer. study show before this one came out that you drink, you will increase your risk. what this showed is if you are an adolescent or young woman, before you get pregnant, if you drink, alcohol you increase risk of breast cancer by 35 percent. >> wow. >> so look, folks, again. >> everything in moderation. >> if you don't want any risk, then don't drink a lick of alcohol but i am a believer in moderation and carp diem living your life. if you are a young college woman and you are lanning to have children i wouldn't ban alcohol, i would do it in moderation. >> moderation. >> certainly if you are someone from a family of
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breast cancer, your mother had breast cancer when she was 40 you might want to think twice about that and do it only on special occasions. >> family history. >> everything in moderation. as i have said and showed tape from my favorite movie the predator, we're all going to die. it is a matter of quality. it is not just quantity of life, it is quality of life. >> like you. >> look at the quality of your life. it is a beautiful thing. i mean you just have the whole package. you are surrounded by beautiful women. you have all of the people here. it is beautiful. it is a wonderful life. >> i need to step back and look at myself and look at the my life. >> yes. >> i know that gratitude is my new you at the dude. you know what doctor mike, look at me, i'm like my own blood type. b positive. >> ahh. >> that guy was so
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inspirational. >> he scares me. >> he has got passion. >> who wins this game,. >> come on, eagles. bradford will throw up. >> and that is from a doctor. >> i love him. love you, sam. >> you will puke. good day everybody it is friday, october 212,016th. >> jokes and a little discomfort. >> she got kick off the watergate commission. >> it is always a special treat for me to be back in new york. >> donald trump and hillary clinton turning the al smith dinner in to a roast. the laughs and boos as this takes another nasty turn. >> breast cancer, it is not just a women problem. one local man shares his story of survival what he says all men need to look for, right
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now. >> they are on good day philadelphia they join us live to talk about their new movie, which looks so good, american the local connection to this movie, plus why, mr. mcgregor says this was the perfect opportunity to finally, jump, behind the camera. watch this thrown, kanye west slams jay-z. >> unaudible. >> kanye's new concert rant and why he is taking shots at jay-z. >> wait a minute. >> i thought they best friends. >> yes, may not be so good right now. >> wow that kanye west is
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something. >> hi there sue. >> hi bob. >> good morning. >> are we ready for the weekend. >> are you ready for changes in the the weather over the weekend. >> changes. >> yeah. >> it is chilly changes. >> how chilly witt will it be sun day. >> tomorrow it is a big change. >> what will happen tomorrow. >> windy, cold. >> okay. >> i'm telling you, you won't believe it, because it will be really nice to day, at least temperature wise, temperatures in the 60's right now. the last mild start we will see in a while, bus stop buddy is ready for sunday's game and apple day to day with apple for the teacher. we are seeing rain moving into parts of the jersey shore but the cold front that will change our weather isn't coming through until tonight so we will zoom in and see just north of the beach haven there is heavier rain atlantic city light showers right now. here in olde city, it is dry, 65 with calm wind and we are heading to a high in the 70's
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once again. we have got to 81, set a new temperature record yesterday. late shower with the cold front. rain on and off. low of 54. we will talk more about tomorrow in just a few minutes. good morning, bob kelly. >> good morning, 8:03, and departing for philadelphia being held at other airport because of the low, ceiling that we have here in philly. that will set a domino effect in motion here, for the rest of the morning, check with your airline down there at philly international, and, and, delays, near city line avenue out toward belmont we had an earlier accident eastbound near conshohocken, like a fine mist, some of the roads in south jersey are wet because of the fog that we have been dealing with, and this weekend expect delays on the paoli thorndale line, septa will be doing weekend work between paoli and overbrook stations, mike and
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alex, back to you. just real quick hi can we get a shot here of camera one. >> you know milton streak. >> you know milton street. >> what is he doing now he is an uber driver. >> can you imagine if he pulls up. >> a toyota camry. >> you get in the the back of the car and it is milton street. >> wow. >> you know, some people and i'm not saying this about him, some people, your car is not ready to be an uber car. you ever get in the car, you know, i got into one yesterday. i thought i was getting in a big suv. >> uber x or black. >> yes. >> fancy one, yes. >> a car came, it was about the size of this little ipad. i'm cramming myself in the back. i have got some flowers.
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i have other stuff. >> flowers. >> it was flowers that we got. anyway. >> that is end of the story. >> i got lawyers, doctors, businessmen. >> yeah. >> yesterday i got in the car and it was a laid that i does taxes. i called her the tax lady. >> some of your cars are not ready for people to be pick up. i will go on a rant but lets go to this. this is much funnier last night. light hearted, and, and dirt. and, somebody said something, and then it got kind of ugly. >> this is one day after their final presidential debate, and we all thought they were done. the debate is over. the last night it got interesting, it gos awkward too, dave.
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audience felt august war. >> encore presentation of awkward and fierce, really. at times it didn't look like both candidates may try to send out an olive branch a and ease tensions. other times it felt like a deep freeze. we want to show you body language. hillary clinton and donald trump seated between cardinal timothy dolan. cardinal called his seat the most icy place on the planet. you can see secretary clinton right there, and also, donald trump with his wife melania there. al smith dinner is a who's who of leaders in politics, faith, business and media. trump and clinton reviewed their final debate wednesday with various a tempts at humor and it made things interesting. >> in fact, just before taking the desk, hillary accidentally bumped into me and she very civilly said, pardon me. i very politely replied, let
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me talk to you about that, after i get into office. >> there are a lot of friendly face is here in this room, people that i have been privileged to know, and to work with, and i just want to put you all in the basket of adorables. >> those were highlights. but you have to get a listen to some of the low lights. >> hillary believes it is vital to deceive the people by having one public policy and totally different policy in private. that is okay i don't know who they are angry at, hillary, you or i. >> for example here she is tonight, in public, pretending not to hate cat katrinak catto owe catholics. >> i took a breaks from my
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rigorous nap schedule to be here, and as you have already heard, it is a treat for all of you too, because you know, usually i charge a lot for speeches. for speeches like this. >> paid a lot to get in there. look at that handshake between clinton and trump, at the end, that is not something we saw during the last two debates, by the way, al smith dinner is name after the former new york governor, and 1928 democratic presidential nominee last night, they raised six million-dollar for the catholic church's children's charities. by the way i have to try this humor one shore time. >> no, no, no. >> donald trump you noticed the handshake i guess it was a little handshake. >> now there is a reference that goes back. >> because we're fair and balanced here, hillary clinton some of those jokes didn't work out, i think they short circuited. >> well, that one.
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>> silence is never good on tv or radio. >> i get little hand. >> remember she short circuited, there was a campaign mix up or something. >> that is right. >> donald trump said we don't want a president who will short circuit under pressure. >> politics too much, apparently. >> thanks, dave. >> and then small hand things that is a reference from six months ago. >> that is during the republican nominees were trying to bring him down. >> he said listen my hand are big enough, i get the job done. >> poor dave. >> sweet humor. >> yes. >> as far as i'm concerned that al smith dinner, just a bunch of elites, isn't it kind of a anything to watch that. >> it all goes to charity. >> i was an alter boy, that is true, it is for catholic charities so i love every second of it. >> i'm just irritated because i was than the invited. >> you have never been to. >> one thing you have never
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been too. >> i don't think i have ever been to it. >> there were a lot of journalist back there. >> that is what i know good wait a second but i think it was way back in the 80's because i didn't have a white tie. it is not a black tie event. it is a white tie. >> yes. >> and tails. >> i had to go out and get a white bow tie. where do you you get a white bow tie. >> what did you do. >> i found a white bow tie and then i didn't know how to tie it. i don't know how to tie a bow tie. >> did you bring a date. >> no. >> and speaking of bringing a date, melania was there. bill clinton, lives in new york. >> he was not there. >> why not the. >> i don't know. >> and hillary clinton did not have a pant suit on, that was a dress. >> beautiful color. >> say yes to the dress. >> it was fuscia.
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>> what did you say, megan. >> she is telling to us hoff on. >> that is what she's always saying. >> she has a t-shirt that says move on. >> do you think any of these former couples miss each other? well, turns out half of all singles are still in love with their x, but who regrets break ups more men or women. who do you think tries to get back with their x more a man or a woman. new survey is out. breast cancer is not just a women's issue one local man shares his story of survival what he says all men need to look for right now. nearly three thousand miles - that's how far away republican party bosses looked to find brian fitzpatrick. they "hand-picked" him to run for his brother's seat. but all mike and brian fitzpatrick share is a name. brian fitzpatrick supports a radical republican agenda, including defunding planned parenthood, just like donald trump. a hundred and sixty miles down the road in dc,
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i know what can happen as the result of hate, and donald trump should never be our president. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm going to don these pink shocking pink socks and they might be thigh highs again from yesterday's show, two days in a row. as you know, october we're well into october, breast cancer awareness month. >> while discussion focuses on women it is a disease that effects men. >> in fact american cancer society estimates that 2,000, or close to 3,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer will be diagnosed, by the end of this
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year, as our next guest knows all so well. >> it was back in early august that steve first advertise covered a small lump on the right, on his chest the 41 year-old decided to wait until after he return from vacation with his family to get a physical. his doctor assume the lump was probably just a cyst, but scheduled an ultrasound for steve just to be sure. soon after the former star baseball player, was sent for a mammogram, followed by a biopsy, followed by a diagnosis that ultimately change his life. the cancer was not only in his right breast but in his left breast as well. as one of 1,000 men diagnosed with male breast cancer, steve and his wife, amy, decided he should have a bilateral mastectomy and it is that decision that saved his life. >> it a laos him to be here
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this is studio on "good day philadelphia". >> thanks, mike. >> hi. >> we have doctor nia here to tell us more about breast cancer, in men as a matter of fact. >> breast cancer is very rare, it is about one in a thousand men. men have a predisposition not to go to the doctor when they feel a mass. >> were you that way steve. >> no, i went, immediately. >> you went right to the doctor. >> a week later. >> what, i have breast cancer. >> it took about a month, going true scans and appointment, so within that month period i started to to research and we were kind of prepared for that news. i think doctor naik was more upset when he had to tell us the day after labor day and we were prepared for it. >> can you ever be prepared to get that news.
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>> no, not at all but i'm so proud of steve not the just for his strength and his positive attitude for all this but for his compassion for others and really wanting to let other people know how important self checks are. >> you told me when we were talking when you fund that lump did you think you had breast cancer. you are very aware. >> i work with a lot of cancer organizations, bringing home home, cancers for kyle, we have a lot of friend going through cancer right now but other types of cancer. i'm very aware of the disease. i just, little education on myself on my own and did a little google search and you read up about it. >> doctor, would you say most guys don't even know this is possible. >> exactly. i was at another event last night, i mentioned it and oh, toss that happen. it is what i get. they don't even know that they have breasts and they can get breast cancer. they wait very long to get it
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checked and then of more advanced disease when it could be very treatable. >> i think we call this area of our body our chest but we have breasts. >> exactly. >> steve was mentioning earlier too it took him a while to say breast cancer, he kept saying he had cancer on his chest. >> were you embarrassed. >> a little bit, it took me a few weeks to say that i had breast cancer but i knew by saying that it will maybe able to go to the doctor. >> now you are wearing a shirt. >> i have breasts too. >> we have got contacted by male breast cancer coalition to give out this information. >> help me through this. should we be doing breast examinations. >> women do stories about while in the shower different things you can do, different tests. >> same as in women we ask you to be aware of your body, when you get out of the shower, look at yourself in the
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mirror, raise your hand up, if there is any discharge, a cemetery, one breast is larger than the other. >> you are right, alex. we have done these. would hen say they take their fingers and they rub around should i be doing that the exact same thing. >> wait, i'm not taking high shirt off and that is not only for my own embarrassment but for the audience because they don't want to see. that so what would you do. >> you know what you you are doing. >> palms, fingertips, three fingers and from the top go down to the even of the bread to the sternum all the way to the armpit, and go down, up. >> like that, down, up. >> you want to to a light
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pressure, deep and all the way deep down on to your chest wall. >> it seems like i would be a man would be able to detect easier because we're more flat then a female breast. would the lump stick out more. >> it usually does stick out more in males and it is easier to detect in males but males are more stubborn. >> what does it feel like. >> it feels hard like a marple what did you think it was. >> it was either a scissor a tumor. so when i did the research and saw it was a cyst, it will hurt. tumor it will not have any pain. my little friends did not have any pain even though i was trying to make it hurt. i kind of of knew what it was. >> how are you doing now. >> great, two and a half weeks. i can say with my positive
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attitude and doctor naik's care, over at the community hospital they have done a great job. i feel great. >> two and a half weeks. >> since my surgery. >> yes. >> mastectomy. >> october 4th. >> what does that look like i mean we know in women have a mastectomy the breasts are gone. so, do you reconstruction what does it look like. >> for men it is usually not as much breast tissue so we take the nip he will and it just looks like a flat chest. you have a little scar, on the other side, some cases you can keep the nip he will and we can reconstruct it. so you can just multiple plastic surgery options you can do. >> put nipples back on. >> we can reconstruct it, and you can go swimming, and most people may not even know. man, i'm glad we did this. >> yes, i have learned a lot. >> yes. >> detect in the shower. >> american cancer society doesn't have any
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recommendations how often you we just ask you be aware of any changes and your body. is there no recommendations right now but just know,. >> steve, you are a cool dude. >> thanks for being on to talk about this. >> thank you. >> lurking on line it says a lot but. what is staring at selfies means burr self and self esteem. what do you take a lot and do you stair after your own self eve and other selfies. >> but first is there a romance over. kanye west slamming jay z, the kanye's new concert rant and yes is taking shot. how tall are you?
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they're both putting pennsylvania women at risk. even after trump bragged about sexually assaulting women, toomey stood by him. on women's health - both trump and toomey would defund planned parenthood. on abortion: trump: "there has to be some form of punishment" toomey: "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: too dangerous for pennsylvania women. clear this up for me. >> kanye west and jay-z they have been cool for a while. they get along. >> yes. >> they are best friend would i say. >> not anymore. >> that is all gone now. >> well, kanye, who has been
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doing thinks her life of pablo tour, he goes on rants. we know he starts talking. >> famous. >> he called out jay-z on a number of issues, and one of them was the fact that he, said that jay-z didn't bother to visit him after the robbery incident involving his wife, kim kardashian and since he said it, you know what happens, everyone has a cell even if out. we have video of it. >> here it is. >> unaudible. >> it is impossible to hear. so let's try to describe what happened here. he is upset, as you know, kanye's wife, kim was robbed in paris of ten million-dollar.
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she was shaken, severely by it. >> yes. >> traumatized almost. >> and so you think one of your good friend would come over the house and visit. >> yes. >> he sent him a text or called him like how are you feeling is everything already. he said if you really want to know, come by my house, bring blue, let's talk bit. check on me. don't send a text. we're not that cool. >> but kim and kanye live in southern california. >> but they have an apartment in new york. they have been in new york. even after robbery happened they were photographs in new york. >> true. >> just a couple days after. >> they were in new york first. >> true. >> they are within the same area. it is jay-z get in that jet and fly over. >> would you rather have a friend call you, send you a text or show up and say i want to look at you and see that you are okay. >> call is good enough. >> okay. >> i think a call is good enough. >> it did happen to his life.
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some question whether kim and beyonce really get along. >> i have another question, they both have kids now. do the kid get together and play. >> i would assume he do. he said write the kid. >> no, they have never played together. >> how do you know this. >> i know this. i read about it. >> blue ivy and north west have never played together. >> have never had a play date. >> okay. >> a parentally kanye is saying that. >> they have some friendship issues they need to work out. maybe they will all just come together. >> they are both friends. >> they are very busy people. >> they are busy. >> but don't you make time for people you care about no matter how busy you are. >> true. >> i guess so. >> why not just talk to him about it but instead of doing it at a concert. >> it is kanye. he likes to let things out. that is part of his process. i rant about things. >> i rant. >> all right. 8:28. i don't know why i told you
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the time but i just felt like it. it is time to shop. we're wrapping up our week of the 100 things to do in philadelphia before you die. it is a great book. this category today, places to shop. that is an old picture too. it isn't even there anymore.
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they have been pouring concrete here all week long. look the at the sky in the background here. not looking good as we are getting rain on the way. we can hardly see center city, wow, center city sky line here out of downtown philadelphia. we're still dealing with some fog and that fog has left us with a ground stop at philly international, all flights departing for philadelphia, are not permitted to leave those other cities, because of
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the low ground cover. weekend work on the paoli thorndale line and they are also running with 20 minute delays. updating the fog and rain on the way, sue has it in 15 seconds autumn apple today. also just in case umbrella because it is starting to cloud up. you heard about the fog with bob kelly. temperatures in the 60's. it is all because of the cold front coming our way later in the day plus getting rain at the shore there an off shore system. today a high of 79 degrees, clouds, some sunshine and late showers and then that is it for warm weather because it does cool off tonight with the low in the 50's and rain around. you will feel wind pick up overnight as well.
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chilly changes starting tomorrow. so, mike and alex, really some weather drama for you. >> sue, i got some prompter drama here because could you move that thing. you are the bet. look who is back. it is irene. hi, our last shot, baby. >> whole week. >> have you read the book yet. >> well, yes. >> you still have time to finish it. >> this is mine but you can get one at 100 things at philly.com. one hundred thing,. >> and the category shopping abe passion. >> i love this. i want to do this. i have never done it. visit qvc studios, what is that in west chester. >> it is, some people don't know it is in the the area. >> could you move to see the q. >> it is very interesting. >> you get behind the scenes. you see studio. >> do you meet host.
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>> sometimes you will see a celebrity like mike jerrick. >> who is the woman on qvc with the blonde hair coming down like this. >> i don't know. >> i am shore obsessed with those boxes on high doorstep. >> i have lot of those. >> yes, my mother loves qvc. >> i don't like people that do this but visit outlets. >> we have a lot of outlets at center city. that is blooming dale's outlet, caddy corner is nordstrom rack outlet and down the street are gap and banana republic outlet and century 21 is also a great rise. >> i like that nordstrom rack, good ties in there for cheap. >> shoe museum has never heard of shoe museum. >> it is inside temple's school of pod try and they have 900 shoes, 250 on display of celebrities, athletes, former president and first laidy do you have an example of somebody's shoes. >> doctor j's. >> his shoes are in there.
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>> that makes sense a philadelphia icon. >> this italian market, cooking item that exist you will find it here. pots, pans, cookie cutters, coffee makers, waffle makers, if they make it they will find it there. it ace a great place. >> really cool placey don't cook. i have never been in there. >> what is fabric workshop. >> it is a museum where they do fabric art. their gift shop is an incredible place to get unique items made by artists and right next door is architecture and book store which also has a lot of unique items. >> it used to be on chestnut street. i miss it. great store. >> manayunk, i have been there many times. >> manayunk is fun, lots of fun places to go there. there is restaurant and shopping, mostly independents. >> we know that. >> main street is great. >> do you know what manayunk means. >> it means hurry up, irene.
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>> it means river and it is loosely translates into place to go to drink. >> we'ringing there after this show. >> got it. >> king of prussia, now, there is somebody i work with here. she went to king of prussia mall once and was so traumatized by all of the people, traffic, parking problems. >> well, she's missing out. it was just expanded. is there 450 stores and seven department stores. >> i like to shop on rittenhouse row. it is broad street, from broad to 20th, not only on walnut but chestnut street too. >> that is where you'll find the great independent stores. >> this picture was taken over ten years ago, that kiehls is no locker at 18th and walnut. that is a bar now. >> it is. >> it is the name of the place, a bar. >> a bar, great restaurant right next door. >> and visiting olde city where we are right now and, of course, south street if you have not been down to south
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street there are wonderful new stores and great restaurant. >> great place. >> been a pleasure getting to know you over last five days. >> definitely. >> why don't we end this with a kiss. >> let's not. >> okay. >> really good to meet you. >> nice to meet you too. >> don't forget to finish the book. >> 101 things to do in philadelphia before you die, boom. another photo shop failed. >> something important is missing from a photo of kendell and gigi, wait until you you see the rest of this picture. i've always taken on the status quo. in harrisburg, they didn't like it when i stopped their perks and pushed for reform. as head of pennsylvania's third-largest county,
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from, are you back in d.c. >> i am back in d.c. >> now we have a split screen up i'm sure our producers got in the ear and said this was was going to happen. we had a lotted plant on the left and real chris wallace on the right. i do see the difference. you are not a potted plant. >> well, look, i hope people can see the difference but one of the things you have to do and i think if you don't do it early on in the debate you will lose it, you have got to establish not your authority but the fact that you're going to be the timekeeper and you will try to moderate the debate. you will ask questions, interrupt to keep it going because otherwise they would just like to make speeches and go where ever they wanting to. if you are going to in effect be the lion tamer to these two lions you have to crack the whip and that was my attempt. >> take me back to wednesday
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night, were you nervous. >> let's put it this way when i started, i would say for first ten minutes i kept hearing this person asking questions and thinking who is that and, of course, it was me, it was an out of body experience but about ten minutes in i relaxed into it. i had a sense of the stage, the dynamics of the two of them. they both seem not always but generally to play by the rules as i applied them and so i had a good time for 80 of the 90 minutes. >> who do you have on sunday newt gingrich is one of your guest. >> they say crisis is a terrible thing to waste, debate is a terrible thing to waste. they went off in various points. i tried to bring them back. i got questions i still haven't asked. we will have newt gingrich, top trump supporters, javier, democratic leader in congress and top clinton supporters and we will talk to kelly ann
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conway trump's campaign manager because according to the polls, he is behind, and what are they doing in the last 16 days to turn it around. i do want to say because you will try to rush me off, there was a football game played sunday and if you were a real man you would recognize the results of that game, mike. >> chris, you know, after all these years i'm not a real man so i'm not bringing up that game that the eagles probably should have won. >> would have, could have, should have, we beat you. >> we will see you this sunday, chris. by the way, again, congratulations, great job, my man. >> you got it. >> it is national apple day, yes, that is a day, so we have bob kelly, and he loves apples. so is we will be bobbing for apples. ♪
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i love it. we're bobbing for apples as bob will be bobbing later but it is national apple day. you know, you go to the grocery store. you are walking down the aisle.
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you see all these apples. how in the world do you decide which one to pick. you know you go and have wine tastings and learn about wine. we will have a apple tasting with our apple expert former norm. >> thanks for having us. >> i have been growing apples for 30 years. >> more than red apples or granny smith there are some other different kind we should try. >> for sure, there is a lot of different apples with great flavors that people don't know about. that is why they have come to the farm to try them out. >> we have six here that look very beautiful. we will go through. we will start with this, this is staymen. >> it is a great apple for cooking. really tart. really great pennsylvania apple. >> to we have a knife so we can try it. >> sure. >> here, you give that one. i will put one in for bob. >> this is first one here. >> apple cider vinegar. >> judge is it so good for cooking. >> fun, tart, mixing with the sugar it gives that sweet, sour taste.
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>> i like it. it is good. >> this next one cameo. >> this is a new variety. they are reducing new varieties all the time. another great apple for cooking. it is sweeter then the staymen. >> if you want to go sweeter, when you are making apple pie. >> apple pie, great for eating fresh. >> okay. >> so this third one. now this one you introduced me to when i went to linvilla last year and my family are obsessed with this, pink lady. >> super late. we just picked these last night. they are ready this week for first time this season. >> they are usually in november. >> they will go into december. as long as it doesn't get too cold. you can pick pink lady at linvilla. >> i like that it is sweet. >> they are sweet, and really firm. it is just a flavor all to itself. great for cooking and eating fresh. >> i like them. >> these are my favorite.
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>> um-hmm. >> yes. >> good one, bob. >> now bobbies eating, doughnuts over here. this is bobbing for apples. >> apple cider doughnuts so i'm just having a snack. >> here's our first one on the table. what is this. >> this is gold rush. it is a brand new variety. again, it is even later then pink lady. it is not sweet like a red delicious but a tart apple. great. holds up for entire winter. looking for something to keep long get a gold rush. >> it is tart. you can cut this one open. is it like a granny smith the because they are tart. >> not as tart as that. it is shore mixed sweet tart taste. granny smith is just tart. >> it is in between. >> gets you used to that. >> i like that. >> here we go. >> it starts out sweet and then there is a tartness to it. >> yes. >> fantastic. >> this is good for fall. it is called autumn rose fuji.
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>> they have been out a long time but they have developed this more recent liz with more color. that is our problem in growing apples with pennsylvania, with the warm weather they don't color as well. >> really. >> our regular ones are green but these are showing a prettier looking to them. >> it is almost like a painting. >> all right. >> it is starting to fill up a little bit for you, bob. >> all right. >> it has a real creamy taste. >> this is not as firm. >> you sink right into it. >> yes. >> this last one here. >> this is jonagold. >> it is half gold. it is a tart apple. golden delicious which is sweet. so it tastes like cider, and it is really juicy. >> it tastes like cider. >> yes. >> i might have a new favorite. >> predecessor to the honey crisp, and honey crisp taste. >> that is good. >> just like cider.
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>> thank very much. >> are you ready to start bobbing. >> can you put the doughnut down here. >> these doughnuts are the best. >> can bob actually bob. >> ready. >> okay. >> i have never done this before. >> i'm sure you are an expert. let us know. >> great challenge. >> to get in there bob. >> you could push it against the bottom. >> there. right through the teeth there. >> oh , man, bob. we will help him out. might need a better tech sneak >> or just pick it up. >> there you go. >> you can do it. >> apple picking at lynnville.
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we will go until the late week of december good you'll see us out there. >> thanks for having me. >> bobbing for apples. happy national apple day. katie: i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message. vo: donald trump and pat toomey have plenty in common -- they're both putting pennsylvania women at risk. even after trump bragged about sexually assaulting women, toomey stood by him. on women's health - both trump and toomey would defund planned parenthood.
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on abortion: trump: "there has to be some form of punishment" toomey: "i would suggest that we have penalties for doctors who perform them." pat toomey and donald trump: too dangerous for pennsylvania women.
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that looks good. >> what is better than a carmel apple, man. >> one with sprinkles. >> you cannot get anything else. >> you can't. >> this is carmel, check late and then sprinkles on it. that is a lot. >> good. >> all right. i need to learn how to say this guy's name before he shows up on the show. >> is it ewing mcgregor. >> we should figure that out. >> who? ewan. >> ewan. >> you in the money, but they say dakota fanning i have known her for ten years now. they are both joining us here on "good day philadelphia".
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what a good movie they are in. american pastor allies name of it. they will be on the the show in a little bit. >> dakota, she's grown now. do you think any of these former couples, do you think they miss each other. it turns out half of the singles are sill in love with their x but who misses who more, the men or the women. >> do more men want to get back with their x or do more women want to get back with their x? i think i know.
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my giant. i can't believe gus, you're not scared are you? you're the second most famous groundhog in pennsylvania. i don't like thunder! (bashfully) this is getting creepy! (sfx: loud thunder clap) grrrr, did you say creepy? creepy cash? the new instant game from the pennsylvania lottery. yeah, with top prizes of 50 grand. that's a monster of a prize. keep on scratchin'
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i need to be more object city of ant. can you go back to that shot. >> i have not noticed that the leaves have turned yellow, right in my, outside my work

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