19 Burst results for "April Twentieth Nineteen"

Cubs end season-opening 14-game losing streak on this day in 1997

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Cubs end season-opening 14-game losing streak on this day in 1997

"Twenty three years ago April twentieth nineteen ninety seven the Chicago Cubs finally won their first game of the season after dropping fourteen straight cubs center fielder Brian McRae remembers the feeling it was a relief to get a win but you know in something and wanted something seem like the same after we've gone almost three weeks into the season and and I want to ball game against the New York Mets the cubs first win of the season didn't seem to matter with ms will come to the ballpark we we got a lead we blew it when we hit we didn't pitch when we pitched we didn't hit it wasn't we didn't play real bad baseball as far as booting the ball and throwing the ball run air what we just got beat the cubs finished last in the National League central I'm Greg Echlin

Chicago Cubs Brian Mcrae New York Mets Baseball National League Greg Echlin
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Independent thoughts independent life this is Chad dead set what is your plan for remedying the terror that has become embedded in our schools it is heartbreaking to hear you walk through that because it's in the specific way you described it I'm thinking about terms like this version of targets and the difference between cover and concealment that are things that I learned as part of military training and part of why I believed I was in the military was to serve potentially in conflict zones so the kids in schools in America would never have to have that experience so it is a perfect example of of the bubble that we live in right and you never want to diminish something that's happened Colin by sandy hook parkland real things individuals lost their lives kids wiped out senselessly we don't want to diminish any of that but we we have this this bobble around us it's everywhere all the time we can't let it reach the security problem the reality is it's not it's not April twentieth nineteen ninety nine Dylan Klebold Eric Harris killed twelve classmates a teacher then they kill themselves since then we think it's every day all the time twenty four seven you could you could get by chance our universe you can again good chance the reality since then please shoot is school shootings are down yeah on even given day since nineteen ninety nine you have a one in six hundred and fourteen million chance.

Chad America Colin Eric Harris Dylan Klebold
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Their two daughters was gonna stay behind with her aunt. Yeah exactly what happened. Happened with Bob and Rita when they had to be separated from their parents. It sucks. It's yeah yeah yeah so she she couldn't be with our Kids Zeki or she did take ziggy actually to Delaware he was young. So Bob and the girls were supposed to come later so immediately started working as a nurse when she got to Wilmington. Yes okay but that wasn't enough to pay the bills so she also did housework until she got a job Bob as a live in nurse slash housekeeper for this rich Old Lady. Unfortunately dreams of Bob joining her were dashed when Bob received a draft notice. So because has he had taken out citizenship papers few years before the. US like they wanted him in the military. and Bob wasn't up for that. So the idea of him joining wing her was squashed. Oh my God yeah besides that Baba's desperately wanting to pursue his dreams. Rita says he was writing songs constantly. Really he was writing about her two songs like talking blues. My baby is gone. Baby come on home all those kind of written in that period so as the months when on Rita came closer to her due date and she had never felt more alone. She's out there with Bob's family who are nice. But but it's still like in-laws the distance between her Imbaba's really killing her and affecting their relationship for the first time she was really sensing no optimism for their our future. You know she had a good relationship with his parents but they were kind of old school and she felt that she was being taken advantage of at times. It wasn't an equal partnership. Let's put it that way. So this is a really depressing period for her. She really worked hard until her baby was due and their second son Steven was born April Twentieth Nineteen Seventy-two you right away. She began writing home trying to figure out how to go back there but newsroom. There is also troubling. She learned her from her aunt. That things with Bob weren't so oh good Baba's delivering with the girls. But her aunt said that they're a Nike. Wouldn't even show up. You know he wouldn't come home at all. Yeah one read. It did come home a few months later. She learned. Bob have been dating not WanNa to other women while she was away. Apparently these relationships had actually began begun before Rita laughed. Because guess what but both of those women were pregnant. Oh my goodness clearly bob has like super sperm. So Rita had their son. In April a woman in Pat Williams and Janey hunt had two more boys of Bob's in May -Kay in the book. Rita says I was very upset to learn about all of this though it's common in Jamaica but since then I've come to love both of these boys to think of them as my son wicked cool. Yeah so Rita's on the fence here about like. Should I step away from Bob. Like I'm hurting a lot over this. Do we have a future as a couple you know. Their finances says are up in the air. This is what Rita says in the book. Even though I was in so much pain I did not want to lose my husband I asked myself. Can I hold out I. I knew he loved the kids as much as I did but he was distracted. Because of the pressures there is just too much. Mix up where there's weakness. I have to be strong. I thought strong for the kids. Even if I'm angry as hell Bob I have to be strong for him. I felt I had to take the lead and that we had to try to be friends because we were partners. Now we we're forever connected. We are family. Yeah that sounds that sounds about right. Yeah that like from what I've learned learned about her so far and just I guess how women deal with these kinds of situations in general kind of a little bit of self preservation as well to take that step. Sure for sure and you. You're going to remember reading twenty-five dealing with all this right. She's got what four kids no money. Poor she feels like she has to stick it out. What other option option? Is there really right. So also if she's kind of intuit Ding Bob still having any kind of success. Then yeah you know you don't don't WanNa. Some good news was on the Horizon Bob. Man Named Chris Blackwell. He was the owner of island records. Chris Chris saw that there is talent there and want to try to help him so he gave the whaler some money to go into the studio and put together an album. A deal was finally incite. Blackwell Blackwell have bought a big rundown house that had some acreage and some outbuildings setup and it became sort of hang out rehearsal space for all the musicians and after after the first release they arranged it so bob takeover the property and eventually own the entire piece of land so that was passed onto Bob as final payment payment for his share of the deal that the wheelers signed with island records off. So finally Bob had this house not only that it wasn't entrenched town but in a Kinda swanky area they never imagined being but Rita Foley really apprehensive about it though since it was more of a communal space and with the other whalers is there she says you know there was always girls there and things going on so she didn't really want her kids to be in that environment either so she cited. I'm GONNA hold back. I mean awaited out. I'm going to see how things go. But she would still go there like every day and hang out and everything so the whalers first album catcher fire was an instant hit and the beginning of have really incredible. Things toured England the states. They were opening for like slides family stone in Vegas in Jamaica. They were instant celebrities. Women began moving into the house. Like I said and Rita wasn't stupid. She knew what they wanted. They wanted. She so levelheaded about it though but she says I don't WanNa put put it entirely in a negative way since this opportunity made it possible for him to create what he did so like she knew I guess equal balance right. Good things is come not so good things well you know. He's lucky that he married somebody. So level headed chart and mature because like Yep if it would have been another woman with any kind of other temperament like he would have been in exactly exactly so yeah. Rita was going to the house like for every day. It was house on hope road. I'm going to call it. Hope road from now on so I wanted to make sure that was obvious. She says like Bob didn't even sleep there. There's some nights. He was going home to read a couple of nights a week. He would stay at the. Hope roadhouse or somewhere else other nights money started to roll in and Arita says that Bob was always very generous and always made sure that his family had everything they needed. Bob Kept trying to convince me to to move into the house but that there was little space on the promises that the family could have you know alone and as Rita puts it at this point though I wanted my independence. I wanted to leave if trench town. Yes but not at the expense of myself respect yet. Yeah so what did. She finally started looking for housing outside of her aunt's house. And outside of Bob's place for her and the kids. So Bob wasn't super keen on this but Bob screwing half the women in Jamaica and doesn't have a leg to stand on at this point so he agrees to give the money for her to find a new place so at this point Bob is with a woman named Esther Anderson who was a model in a photographer that I was working with the whalers. And I'm sorry right how she APP for Rita. That one's got hurt. Oh God yeah all of his women were just just unbelievable honestly you can find so many photos of him with other women to so. This woman was helping the record label and the label was using him for her and Bob's relationship as PR. Okay Yeah So. The home that Rita found for them was pretty awful at the time though it was hard to get to. It had no lights no water but that is how strongly lead reading wanted her independence and so on moving day. She stopped by hope road with the kids to kind kind of let bob no like okay. We're like we're moving now. This is where we're moving. And when she got there she ended up having a confrontation with Esther says that Esther answered the door. Baba's sleeping astro got mad at her and was like why are you here. The men sleep and obviously being the wife of the man readers like. Who Do you think you're talking to and Rita actually says that esther was yelling at her? Why don't you stop breathing? All you do is breed. Bob Needs a career. Let him have his life like all this shit before Bob. Bob Finally woke up hearing these women yelling and this all happened in front of the poor kids so rita was like really frazzled. Really upset she was. He's like I'm out of here and that night. She says that Bob actually came to the place and she actually really felt good about it even even again that the place wasn't great but she was like on her own. She was standing up for herself. It was like the first time she truly felt like an adult. They soon got utilities. They were the first in the neighborhood to get them. And that led to the whole community getting them so it was like a victory for ya. Rita's also standing up for her kids telling Bob exactly like what this is. What your family needs? And again he always provided there was never an argument over that and Baba's still paying attention. He would bring her gifts like fruit flowers chocolate. So this is where. It's kind of confusing. Because like it's like they still have a relationship. It's shifting into a different one but I think they were still like intimate sometimes TMZ but then not other times and she understood as she put it that these women were for a time and she was for a lifetime. That's how she she saw it. I think esther was the only one she ever had a confrontation with after that. She says that she made sure to not get in contact with any of them. and Bob made sure their paths wouldn't cross so out of respect to her like he wouldn't flaunt it in her face. Come will I guess something's she. She says it did still hurt at times. Other times their relationship would be going so well that she wouldn't even think about these other women so rita was really embracing her independence though. She put her kids in the school. She made the home. She planted a garden. She got her license which was like a huge deal for her over time. Touring Allot so rita and the kids. It wouldn't seem for a while but when he did come home he was always going over there. To visit them really describes these times as more friendship base. There were still kind of figuring out their new roles in each other's lives lives. Bob was of course seeing other women. But there's always affection between her and Bob I like that. Yeah sometimes physical sometimes not but one thing that continued their musical relationship and trusting. Yeah many times Bob will come to visit. They'd sing or compose together. Apparently Rita actually helped him write a lot of the songs back then and as the kids were going up it became obvious that they shared the talent and passion of the family. So both of them of course really encouraged their kids and they would put on little like Marley shows as they called them in the cellar for friends and family. So with Bob Away as much as he was reading to find other friends and Amusements Schmidt Emmanuel own own Stewart who was known as tacky he was Jamaican soccer star. They developed a close friendship. which did not please Bob which is interesting?.

Bob Rita Foley Bob I Bob Away Baba Esther Anderson Jamaica WanNa Nike Imbaba Blackwell Blackwell ziggy Delaware Wilmington April Twentieth Nineteen Chris Chris Vegas soccer Steven
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Is The music thing ever going to workout. Are we ever going to get out of my aunt's house by Nineteen seventy-one Rita who was pregnant again and things still weren't looking up in case you're wondering by now Rastafarians do not believe in birth control or abortion so wall. She did not want to add another hungry mouth into the family her beliefs gotten away of that. I guess hey baby number four so to deal with this situation. Rita thought it was best to get out of her poor aunt's house. Who at this point was going nuts at the idea of having another person to help support Rita Rita was to move to Delaware with Bob's mother? Their two daughters was gonna stay behind with her aunt. Yeah exactly what happened. Happened with Bob and Rita when they had to be separated from their parents. It sucks. It's yeah yeah yeah so she she couldn't be with our Kids Zeki or she did take ziggy actually to Delaware he was young. So Bob and the girls were supposed to come later so immediately started working as a nurse when she got to Wilmington. Yes okay but that wasn't enough to pay the bills so she also did housework until she got a job Bob as a live in nurse slash housekeeper for this rich Old Lady. Unfortunately dreams of Bob joining her were dashed when Bob received a draft notice. So because has he had taken out citizenship papers few years before the. US like they wanted him in the military. and Bob wasn't up for that. So the idea of him joining wing her was squashed. Oh my God yeah besides that Baba's desperately wanting to pursue his dreams. Rita says he was writing songs constantly. Really he was writing about her two songs like talking blues. My baby is gone. Baby come on home all those kind of written in that period so as the months when on Rita came closer to her due date and she had never felt more alone. She's out there with Bob's family who are nice. But but it's still like in-laws the distance between her Imbaba's really killing her and affecting their relationship for the first time she was really sensing no optimism for their our future. You know she had a good relationship with his parents but they were kind of old school and she felt that she was being taken advantage of at times. It wasn't an equal partnership. Let's put it that way. So this is a really depressing period for her. She really worked hard until her baby was due and their second son Steven was born April Twentieth Nineteen Seventy-two you right away. She began writing home trying to figure out how to go back there but newsroom. There is also troubling. She learned her from her aunt. That things with Bob weren't so oh good Baba's delivering with the girls. But her aunt said that they're a Nike. Wouldn't even show up. You know he wouldn't come home at all. Yeah one read. It did come home a few months later. She learned. Bob have been dating not WanNa to other women while she was away. Apparently these relationships had actually began begun before Rita laughed. Because guess what but both of those women were pregnant. Oh my goodness clearly bob has like super sperm. So Rita had their son. In April a woman in Pat Williams and Janey hunt had two more boys of Bob's in May -Kay in the book. Rita says I was very upset to learn about all of this though it's common in Jamaica but since then I've come to love both of these boys to think of them as my son wicked cool. Yeah so Rita's on the fence here about like. Should I step away from Bob. Like I'm hurting a lot over this. Do we have a future as a couple you know. Their finances says are up in the air. This is what Rita says in the book. Even though I was in so much pain I did not want to lose my husband I asked myself. Can I hold out I. I knew he loved the kids as much as I did but he was distracted. Because of the pressures there is just too much. Mix up where there's weakness. I have to be strong. I thought strong for the kids. Even if I'm angry as hell Bob I have to be strong for him. I felt I had to take the lead and that we had to try to be friends because we were partners. Now we we're forever connected. We are family. Yeah that sounds that sounds about right. Yeah that like from what I've learned learned about her so far and just I guess how women deal with these kinds of situations in general kind of a little bit of self preservation as well to take that step. Sure for sure and you. You're going to remember reading twenty-five dealing with all this right. She's got what four kids no money. Poor she feels like she has to stick it out. What other option option? Is there really right. So also if she's kind of intuit Ding Bob still having any kind of success. Then yeah you know you don't don't WanNa. Some good news was on the Horizon Bob. Man Named Chris Blackwell. He was the owner of island records. Chris Chris saw that there is talent there and want to try to help him so he gave the whaler some money to go into the studio and put together an album. A deal was finally incite. Blackwell Blackwell have bought a big rundown house that had some acreage and some outbuildings setup and it became sort of hang out rehearsal space for all the musicians and after after the first release they arranged it so bob takeover the property and eventually own the entire piece of land so that was passed onto Bob as final payment payment for his share of the deal that the wheelers signed with island records off. So finally Bob had this house not only that it wasn't entrenched town but in a Kinda swanky area they never imagined being but Rita Foley really apprehensive about it though since it was more of a communal space and with the other whalers is there she says you know there was always girls there and things going on so she didn't really want her kids to be in that environment either so she cited. I'm GONNA hold back. I mean awaited out. I'm going to see how things go. But she would still go there like every day and hang out and everything so the whalers first album catcher fire was an instant hit and the beginning of have really incredible. Things toured England the states. They were opening for like slides family stone in Vegas in Jamaica. They were instant celebrities. Women began moving into the house. Like I said and Rita wasn't stupid. She knew what they wanted. They wanted. She so levelheaded about it though but she says I don't WanNa put put it entirely in a negative way since this opportunity made it possible for him to create what he did so like she knew I guess equal balance right. Good things is come not so good things well you know. He's lucky that he married somebody. So level headed chart and mature because like Yep if it would have been another woman with any kind of other temperament like he would have been in exactly exactly so yeah. Rita was going to the house like for every day. It was house on hope road. I'm going to call it. Hope road from now on so I wanted to make sure that was obvious. She says like Bob didn't even sleep there. There's some nights. He was going home to read a couple of nights a week. He would stay at the. Hope roadhouse or somewhere else other nights money started to roll in and Arita says that Bob was always very generous and always made sure that his family had everything they needed. Bob Kept trying to convince me to to move into the house but that there was little space on the promises that the family could have you know alone and as Rita puts it at this point though I wanted my independence. I wanted to leave if trench town. Yes but not at the expense of myself respect yet. Yeah so what did. She finally started looking for housing outside of her aunt's house. And outside of Bob's place for her and the kids. So Bob wasn't super keen on this but Bob screwing half the women in Jamaica and doesn't have a leg to stand on at this point so he agrees to give the money for her to find a new place so at this point Bob is with a woman named Esther Anderson who was a model in a photographer that I was working with the whalers. And I'm sorry right how she APP for Rita. That one's got hurt. Oh God yeah all of his women were just just unbelievable honestly you can find so many photos of him with other women to so. This woman was helping the record label and the label was using him for her and Bob's relationship as PR. Okay Yeah So. The home that Rita found for them was pretty awful at the time though it was hard to get to. It had no lights no water but that is how strongly lead reading wanted her independence and so on moving day. She stopped by hope road with the kids to kind kind of let bob no like okay. We're like we're moving now. This is where we're moving. And when she got there she ended up having a confrontation with Esther says that Esther answered the door. Baba's sleeping astro got mad at her and was like why are you here. The men sleep and obviously being the wife of the man readers like. Who Do you think you're talking to and Rita actually says that esther was yelling at her? Why don't you stop breathing? All you do is breed. Bob Needs a career. Let him have his life like all this shit before Bob. Bob Finally woke up hearing these women yelling and this all happened in front of the poor kids so rita was like really frazzled. Really upset she was. He's like I'm out of here and that night. She says that Bob actually came to the place and she actually really felt good about it even even again that the place wasn't great but she was like on her own. She was standing up for herself. It was like the first time she truly felt like an adult. They soon got utilities. They were the first in the neighborhood to get them. And that led to the whole community getting them so it was like a victory for ya. Rita's also standing up for her kids telling Bob exactly like what this is. What your family needs? And again he always provided there was never an argument over that and Baba's still paying attention. He would bring her gifts like fruit flowers chocolate. So this is where. It's kind of confusing. Because like it's like they still have a relationship. It's shifting into a different one but I think they were still like intimate sometimes TMZ but then not other times and she understood as she put it that these women were for a time and she was for a lifetime. That's how she she saw it. I think esther was the only one she ever had a confrontation with after that. She says that she made sure to not get in contact with any of them. and Bob made sure their paths wouldn't cross so out of respect to her like he wouldn't flaunt it in her face. Come will I guess something's she. She says it did still hurt at times. Other times their relationship would be going so well that she wouldn't even think about these other women so rita was really embracing her independence though..

Rita Rita Bob I Baba Esther Anderson Jamaica Rita Foley Blackwell Blackwell WanNa Nike Rastafarians Delaware Imbaba ziggy April Twentieth Nineteen Wilmington Chris Chris Vegas Steven
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Is The music thing ever going to workout. Are we ever going to get out of my aunt's house by Nineteen seventy-one Rita who was pregnant again and things still weren't looking up in case you're wondering by now Rastafarians do not believe in birth control or abortion so wall. She did not want to add another hungry mouth into the family her beliefs gotten away of that. I guess hey baby number four so to deal with this situation. Rita thought it was best to get out of her poor aunt's house. Who at this point was going nuts at the idea of having another person to help support Rita Rita was to move to Delaware with Bob's mother? Their two daughters was gonna stay behind with her aunt. Yeah exactly what happened. Happened with Bob and Rita when they had to be separated from their parents. It sucks. It's yeah yeah yeah so she she couldn't be with our Kids Zeki or she did take ziggy actually to Delaware he was young. So Bob and the girls were supposed to come later so immediately started working as a nurse when she got to Wilmington. Yes okay but that wasn't enough to pay the bills so she also did housework until she got a job Bob as a live in nurse slash housekeeper for this rich Old Lady. Unfortunately dreams of Bob joining her were dashed when Bob received a draft notice. So because has he had taken out citizenship papers few years before the. US like they wanted him in the military. and Bob wasn't up for that. So the idea of him joining wing her was squashed. Oh my God yeah besides that Baba's desperately wanting to pursue his dreams. Rita says he was writing songs constantly. Really he was writing about her two songs like talking blues. My baby is gone. Baby come on home all those kind of written in that period so as the months when on Rita came closer to her due date and she had never felt more alone. She's out there with Bob's family who are nice. But but it's still like in-laws the distance between her Imbaba's really killing her and affecting their relationship for the first time she was really sensing no optimism for their our future. You know she had a good relationship with his parents but they were kind of old school and she felt that she was being taken advantage of at times. It wasn't an equal partnership. Let's put it that way. So this is a really depressing period for her. She really worked hard until her baby was due and their second son Steven was born April Twentieth Nineteen Seventy-two you right away. She began writing home trying to figure out how to go back there but newsroom. There is also troubling. She learned her from her aunt. That things with Bob weren't so oh good Baba's delivering with the girls. But her aunt said that they're a Nike. Wouldn't even show up. You know he wouldn't come home at all. Yeah one read. It did come home a few months later. She learned. Bob have been dating not WanNa to other women while she was away. Apparently these relationships had actually began begun before Rita laughed. Because guess what but both of those women were pregnant. Oh my goodness clearly bob has like super sperm. So Rita had their son. In April a woman in Pat Williams and Janey hunt had two more boys of Bob's in May -Kay in the book. Rita says I was very upset to learn about all of this though it's common in Jamaica but since then I've come to love both of these boys to think of them as my son wicked cool. Yeah so Rita's on the fence here about like. Should I step away from Bob. Like I'm hurting a lot over this. Do we have a future as a couple you know. Their finances says are up in the air. This is what Rita says in the book. Even though I was in so much pain I did not want to lose my husband I asked myself. Can I hold out I. I knew he loved the kids as much as I did but he was distracted. Because of the pressures there is just too much. Mix up where there's weakness. I have to be strong. I thought strong for the kids. Even if I'm angry as hell Bob I have to be strong for him. I felt I had to take the lead and that we had to try to be friends because we were partners. Now we we're forever connected. We are family. Yeah that sounds that sounds about right. Yeah that like from what I've learned learned about her so far and just I guess how women deal with these kinds of situations in general kind of a little bit of self preservation as well to take that step. Sure for sure and you. You're going to remember reading twenty-five dealing with all this right. She's got what four kids no money. Poor she feels like she has to stick it out. What other option option? Is there really right. So also if she's kind of intuit Ding Bob still having any kind of success. Then yeah you know you don't don't WanNa. Some good news was on the Horizon Bob. Man Named Chris Blackwell. He was the owner of island records. Chris Chris saw that there is talent there and want to try to help him so he gave the whaler some money to go into the studio and put together an album. A deal was finally incite. Blackwell Blackwell have bought a big rundown house that had some acreage and some outbuildings setup and it became sort of hang out rehearsal space for all the musicians and after after the first release they arranged it so bob takeover the property and eventually own the entire piece of land so that was passed onto Bob as final payment payment for his share of the deal that the wheelers signed with island records off. So finally Bob had this house not only that it wasn't entrenched town but in a Kinda swanky area they never imagined being but Rita Foley really apprehensive about it though since it was more of a communal space and with the other whalers is there she says you know there was always girls there and things going on so she didn't really want her kids to be in that environment either so she cited. I'm GONNA hold back. I mean awaited out. I'm going to see how things go. But she would still go there like every day and hang out and everything so the whalers first album catcher fire was an instant hit and the beginning of have really incredible. Things toured England the states. They were opening for like slides family stone in Vegas in Jamaica. They were instant celebrities. Women began moving into the house. Like I said and Rita wasn't stupid. She knew what they wanted. They wanted. She so levelheaded about it though but she says I don't WanNa put put it entirely in a negative way since this opportunity made it possible for him to create what he did so like she knew I guess equal balance right. Good things is come not so good things well you know. He's lucky that he married somebody. So level headed chart and mature because like Yep if it would have been another woman with any kind of other temperament like he would have been in exactly exactly so yeah. Rita was going to the house like for every day. It was house on hope road. I'm going to call it. Hope road from now on so I wanted to make sure that was obvious. She says like Bob didn't even sleep there. There's some nights. He was going home to read a couple of nights a week. He would stay at the. Hope roadhouse or somewhere else other nights money started to roll in and Arita says that Bob was always very generous and always made sure that his family had everything they needed. Bob Kept trying to convince me to to move into the house but that there was little space on the promises that the family could have you know alone and as Rita puts it at this point though I wanted my independence. I wanted to leave if trench town. Yes but not at the expense of myself respect yet. Yeah so what did. She finally started looking for housing outside of her aunt's house. And outside of Bob's place for her and the kids. So Bob wasn't super keen on this but Bob screwing half the women in Jamaica and doesn't have a leg to stand on at this point so he agrees to give the money for her to find a new place so at this point Bob is with a woman named Esther Anderson who was a model in a photographer that I was working with the whalers. And I'm sorry right how she APP for Rita. That one's got hurt. Oh God yeah all of his women were just just unbelievable honestly you can find so many photos of him with other women to so. This woman was helping the record label and the label was using him for her and Bob's relationship as PR. Okay Yeah So. The home that Rita found for them was pretty awful at the time though it was hard to get to. It had no lights no water but that is how strongly lead reading wanted her independence and so on moving day. She stopped by hope road with the kids to kind kind of let bob no like okay. We're like we're moving now. This is where we're moving. And when she got there she ended up having a confrontation with Esther says that Esther answered the door. Baba's sleeping astro got mad at her and was like why are you here. The men sleep and obviously being the wife of the man readers like. Who Do you think you're talking to and Rita actually says that esther was yelling at her? Why don't you stop breathing? All you do is breed. Bob Needs a career. Let him have his life like all this shit before Bob. Bob Finally woke up hearing these women yelling and this all happened in front of the poor kids so rita was like really frazzled. Really upset she was. He's like I'm out of here and that night. She says that Bob actually came to the place and she actually really felt good about it even even again that the place wasn't great but she was like on her own. She was standing up for herself. It was like the first time she truly felt like an adult. They soon got utilities. They were the first in the neighborhood to get them. And that led to the whole community getting them so it was like a victory for ya. Rita's also standing up for her kids telling Bob exactly like what this is. What your family needs? And again he always provided there was never an argument over that and Baba's still paying attention. He would bring her gifts like fruit flowers chocolate. So this is where. It's kind of confusing. Because like it's like they still have a relationship. It's shifting into a different one but I think they were still like intimate sometimes TMZ but then not other times and she understood as she put it that these women were for a time and she was for a lifetime. That's how she she saw it. I think esther was the only one she ever had a confrontation with after that. She says that she made sure to not get in contact with any of them. and Bob made sure their paths wouldn't cross so out of respect to her like he wouldn't flaunt it in her face. Come will I guess something's she. She says it did still hurt at times. Other times their relationship would be going so well that she wouldn't even think about these other women so rita was really embracing her independence though..

Rita Rita Bob I Baba Esther Anderson Jamaica Rita Foley Blackwell Blackwell WanNa Nike Rastafarians Delaware Imbaba ziggy April Twentieth Nineteen Wilmington Chris Chris Vegas Steven
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KTOK

"The day the definition of a mass shooting is the act of killing four or more people not including the perpetrator typically at a single location the first major mass shooting in modern America was at the university of Texas in August nineteen sixty six seventeen people were killed thirty injured president Lyndon Johnson issued a statement saying Congress must act to quote prevent the wrong person from obtaining a fire all of course that rhetoric meant nothing since nineteen ninety two mass shootings in America have ramped up under president Clinton there were eight mass shootings in eight years worse was Columbine high school April twentieth nineteen ninety nine shooters Dylan Klebold Eric Harris killed thirteen of their fellow students and faculty injured twenty four total during the Clinton presidency sixty two dead seventy eight injured in mass shootings George W. bush eight mass shootings worse was Virginia Tech April sixteenth two thousand seven thirty two dead seventeen injure total during it bush the younger's presidency seventy five Americans dad sixty two injured under president Obama things really got out of control twenty four mass shootings worse was the polls night club in Orlando Florida June twelfth two thousand sixteen shooter Omar Mateen who authorities say was ISIS inspired killed forty nine people and.

America Lyndon Johnson Congress president Clinton Eric Harris Obama Omar Mateen university of Texas Dylan Klebold George W. bush Virginia Orlando eight years
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KTOK

"Of a mass shooting is the act of killing four or more people not including the perpetrator typically at a single location the first major mass shooting in modern America was at the university of Texas in August nineteen sixty six seventeen people were killed thirty injured president Lyndon Johnson issued a statement saying Congress must act to quote prevent the wrong person from obtaining a fire arm of course that rhetoric meant nothing since nineteen ninety two mass shootings in America have ramped up under president Clinton there were eight mass shootings in eight years worse was Columbine high school April twentieth nineteen ninety nine shooters Dylan Klebold Eric Harris killed thirteen of their fellow students and faculty injured twenty four total during the Clinton presidency sixty two dead seventy eight injured in mass shootings George W. bush eight mass shootings worse was Virginia Tech April sixteenth two thousand seven thirty two dead seventeen injure total during it bush the younger's presidency seventy five Americans dad sixty two injured under president Obama things really got out of control twenty four mass shootings worse was the polls night club in Orlando Florida June twelfth two thousand sixteen shooter Omar Mateen who authorities say was ISIS inspired killed forty nine people and injured fifty eight others in that club total during the Obama presidency two hundred thirty six dead two hundred fifty seven injured in mass shootings Donald Trump so far six mass shootings worse the.

America Lyndon Johnson Congress president Clinton Eric Harris Obama Omar Mateen Donald Trump university of Texas Dylan Klebold George W. bush Virginia Orlando eight years
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Also raptors beat the magic when eleven eighty two nuggets beat the Spurs one fourteen one. Oh, five and the Trail Blazers beat okay, see one fourteen to ninety four. What else we talking about? Well, right now, there's a massive manhunt they are looking for eighteen year so pie in the Denver area. Now schools in the greater Denver area are closed today as authorities are looking for her. They say she's armed and infatuated with the combi- mass shooting. It's also only three days before the twentieth. Anniversary of that awful attack that happened back on April. Twentieth. Nineteen ninety nine when two students were killed and when two students killed to their schoolmates teacher in that mass shooting. So they're saying that she actually went from Miami to Denver when she arrived. She purchased a pump action shotgun ammunition and the last time she was seen was the foothills. And now, there's a massive search people are looking for her. They are saying just beware. Don't understand like how can you track? A person for Miami. The Denver noted this person who szeswith Columbine, let them buy a gun. And now all of a sudden the trail just goes cold. And Furthermore, how do you approach her? If you see her, you know, what I'm saying you approach with caution to shoot on sight. Like, what do you do if you encounter this young lady, you're not giving? Nobody no information on how to deal with this situation. Melissa the problem is there's no way that the police and all this information and a gun store have known it until it was too late. For instance, what I do know so far because we don't know what made this a credible threat or what exactly she did not being specific about that? But what they are saying is heard threats were general they were not specific to any school. Her parents reported her missing on Monday. The last time they saw her was on Sunday. So that's what we know. So it might have been that. She got there Monday went and what these things, and then there police were FBI were alerted after who knows? Eighteen party fish? She you go to Denver on four twenty shoot. People voted smoke something for no not smoke something like that. I mean like weed marijuana. Age anyway, she eighteen twenty one cigarettes eighteenth all right now. Eighteen south nearly one billion dollars has already been raised to rebuild Notre Dame after the fire that just ravaged. Did. They said that they anticipate it's going to take about five years to rebuild that could be in Paris. They were doing some construction. So they were doing construction. So it looks like that's what it is. Right now. They're not thinking that. This was something that was done on purpose. It looks like an accident. All right. So in about five years, perhaps you'll be able to go back and people are upset about Michelle Obama. She was talking with Stephen Colbert, she was promoting her new memoir becoming in London. And this happened..

Denver Trail Blazers Miami Michelle Obama Spurs raptors FBI marijuana Melissa Stephen Colbert Paris London five years one billion dollars eighteen year three days
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Do know that Burkhardt left town early the next morning as being put it his work. Here was finished. Benny and walked along the street along I felt sicker all over. Maybe Jason deserved it. But I hadn't planned to put him on that kind of a spot. I tried to push it out of my mind. An undercover agent Kenneth Ford feelings anymore than he can afford, friends or family and the one main objective was still safe. I was still on the job still communist or the FBI. I still walk alone. Dana Andrews with a word about the story. You've just heard in this story as an all others names dates and places are fictitious to protect innocent persons. Many of these stories are based on incidents in the life of mathematics who would undercover FBI next week another fantastic adventure. Join us won't you. And that's I was a communist for the FBI from April twentieth. Nineteen fifty two with a red red herring. Starring Dana Andrews also in that cast. Yeah. Cruzan Betty Lou Vierzon and Mary Lansing with Truman Bradley doing announced a syndicated broadcasts. Hope you enjoyed that. Stick around more of Hollywood three sixty after these words more Hollywood.

FBI Dana Andrews Cruzan Betty Lou Vierzon Jason Hollywood Burkhardt Kenneth Ford Benny Truman Bradley Mary Lansing
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on WDRC

"Hollywood. Three sixty radio dot com. Check it out. All right. It's time for I was a communist for the FBI. This was a spy series that star Dana Andrews as Mansa Vetik. Now, savannah infiltrated the communist party in the United States and reported back. Every move to the FBI for nine years has really happened. As a real guy aired on radio from nineteen fifty two to nineteen fifty four during the height of the anti-communist frenzy sweeping the USA. This was a tension filled series with synthetic constantly and risk of his life. If the commies learn his true motives Frank Lovejoy starred in a nineteen fifty one film, which spawned the radio series, starring Andrews. That's we have for you right now broadcast from April twentieth. Nineteen fifty two it's called the red red herring stars Dana Andrews part. One of I was a communist for the FBI. I was a communist by the FBI. Starring Dana Andrews and an exciting tale of danger, espionage. I was a communist or the FBI from the actual records and authentic experiences of Metsu baddeck. How many of the incidents not unusual story? Here is our star Dana Andrews as. Barna and Ben plastic years. Communist or the.

Dana Andrews FBI communist party Frank Lovejoy Mansa Vetik savannah Metsu baddeck Barna United States Hollywood. USA. Ben nine years
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That pursue really shattered her world and her whole life, and what happened is still with her. All the time. I'll hear a name that might be a family name of one of the victims. Are I see an individual going down the street in a wheelchair? And they're about the age that they would have been if they'd been injured, and I get a visceral reaction. What's he was talking about was a national tragedy? And if you're too young to remember hearing about it on the news, you've definitely heard about it since here sue on the Ted stage. The last time I heard my son's voice with when he walked out the front door on his way to school. He called out one word in the darkness. It was April twentieth. Nineteen ninety nine later that morning at Columbine high school. My son Dylan and his friend Eric killed twelve students and a teacher and wounded more than twenty others before taking their own life. Thirteen innocent people were killed. Others sustained injuries, some resulting in disfigurement and permanent. Disability. There's no way you assess the magnitude of the tragedy like Columbine, especially when it can be a blueprint for other shooters who go on to commit atrocities of their own Columbine was a tidal wave and when the crash ended it would take years for the community and for society to comprehend its impact. Today on here to share the experience of what it's like to be the mother of someone who kills it hurts..

Columbine high school Dylan Eric
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yeah there you go thank you for say so tell us about june yeah i'm getting a much better feeling for june super looking forward to fellow leo bumgarner coming back vita that will really be the big energy boosts for the team and moore's was aquarius look at a month brandon crawford had and i agree with you guys i think he deserves to win more than scooter jeanette but that's just me i don't think i'm being a homer i really think he contributed more and a quick get well soon for brandon belt april twentieth nineteen eighty eight thirty years of age taurus is very determined the challenge was you're on planet of expect the unexpected in taurus connecting to his son interests and that can bring a lot of unexpected incidents and dramatic things that you need to deal with so the good news is he's young he's thirty he's a quick healer but you know he was he was doing really well so it was a bit of you know startling but they got that handled superquick so i'm having you know good feelings about him returning i don't know if you call this early vita said he had similar things happen to him he was talking about you know the the quickness of this injury i mean that was the same thing you know he came to the ballpark you said he was fine and enduring batting practice started feel uncomfortable and he said yeah let me try it and he even last three innings and sure enough last night atas appendix taken out we're speaking andre in berkeley you know some of those things happen though you know and it's just as you said andrea you know it's how fast the medical staff can take care of it rusher off them and let the healing begin lottery numbers lottery numbers she's gonna give them to you if she has a well we'll split yahtzee.

leo bumgarner moore brandon crawford vita berkeley andre nineteen eighty eight thirty y
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And respect those who have who have lived through a mass shooting especially after they have gained perspective patrick was a sophomore at columbine high school when dylan klebold and eric harris massacred their classmates he was one of the lucky ones he walked away with his life that day and he vowed that he would live a life of service because god had granted him that blessing of living so patrick went on to join the army he served a tour in iraq when he came home he was elected to the colorado state house of representatives where he served his constituents since two thousand fourteen every year since he was elected patrick has introduced legislation to remove the restrictions on concealed carry in school in the wake of the stoneman douglas shooting and the renewed call for gun control patrick is pushing his legislation justice hard under the current colorado law anyone who has a concealed carry permit may bring firearms onto school property but you have to keep them locked inside their vehicles that's a quote from the law patrick says that doesn't go far enough his act would allow every law abiding citizen who holds a concealed carry permit the right to defend themselves and others at all times patrick says time and time again we point to one common theme with the mass shootings they all occur in gun free zones as a former columbine student who was a sophomore during the shooting on april twentieth nineteen ninety nine i will do everything.

patrick columbine high school dylan klebold eric harris iraq colorado stoneman douglas columbine
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Run by him quick as i can't hear i only have one question for minister and that is he mentioned gun control minister what type of gun control do you believe what stop school shootings that's my only question on january twenty second sixteen year old shooter in italy texas one injured next day january twenty third fifteen year old shoot offend kentucky to daddy he injured february first nineteen year old shooter parkland florida seventeen seventeen injured march seven seventeen year old shooter birmingham alabama one bit march twentieth seventeen year old shooter great mills maryland one dead april twentieth nineteen year old shooter ocala florida one injured may eleventh fourteen year old shooter in palmdale california one injured may sixteenth nineteen year old shooter dixon illinois no injuries no deaths may eighteenth seventeen year old santa fe texas tended now what did you notice in that list in one of those schools in dixon illinois there was a nineteen year old shooter but nobody died and nobody was injured reason the resource officer heard gunshots in the auditorium of gimnasia whatever it was ran towards the gunfire approached the shooter who was shooting at him and shot back hit him in the shoulder took out the threat and that was the end now the number of lives that were saved in dixon illinois because of having a resource officer who didn't run away from the shooting ran towards it unlike in florida the number of lives that were saying it can be determined by the number of rounds the shooter had with him if he had thirty five rounds as resource lobster probably saved thirty five watt but see that's the one you don't hear a lot about because it doesn't advance the agenda of the left wing and that's that's where politics comes into it the democrats answer is banning are fifteen ban high capacity magazines now it'd be the end of school shooting.

alabama florida california officer dixon illinois texas kentucky birmingham maryland palmdale illinois nineteen year seventeen year seven seventeen year thirty five watt fourteen year twenty second fifteen year sixteen year one bit
Minister, what type of gun control do you believe would stop school shootings?

America's Truckin' Network

02:18 min | 3 years ago

Minister, what type of gun control do you believe would stop school shootings?

"Run by him quick as i can't hear i only have one question for minister and that is he mentioned gun control minister what type of gun control do you believe what stop school shootings that's my only question on january twenty second sixteen year old shooter in italy texas one injured next day january twenty third fifteen year old shoot offend kentucky to daddy he injured february first nineteen year old shooter parkland florida seventeen seventeen injured march seven seventeen year old shooter birmingham alabama one bit march twentieth seventeen year old shooter great mills maryland one dead april twentieth nineteen year old shooter ocala florida one injured may eleventh fourteen year old shooter in palmdale california one injured may sixteenth nineteen year old shooter dixon illinois no injuries no deaths may eighteenth seventeen year old santa fe texas tended now what did you notice in that list in one of those schools in dixon illinois there was a nineteen year old shooter but nobody died and nobody was injured reason the resource officer heard gunshots in the auditorium of gimnasia whatever it was ran towards the gunfire approached the shooter who was shooting at him and shot back hit him in the shoulder took out the threat and that was the end now the number of lives that were saved in dixon illinois because of having a resource officer who didn't run away from the shooting ran towards it unlike in florida the number of lives that were saying it can be determined by the number of rounds the shooter had with him if he had thirty five rounds as resource lobster probably saved thirty five watt but see that's the one you don't hear a lot about because it doesn't advance the agenda of the left wing and that's that's where politics comes into it the democrats answer is banning are fifteen ban high capacity magazines now it'd be the end of school shooting.

Alabama Florida California Officer Dixon Illinois Texas Kentucky Birmingham Maryland Palmdale Illinois Nineteen Year Seventeen Year Seven Seventeen Year Thirty Five Watt Fourteen Year Twenty Second Fifteen Year Sixteen Year One Bit
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Not for themselves for the kids we just walked out of school and we're here to show our support with columbine and we're here saying that enough is enough they should have stopped with them and now it's transitioned over to our school it's been nineteen years and nothing has changed and we need change in our that's one of the students who tends marjory douglas stoneman douglas high school there in parkland florida where the mass shooting happened on february fourteenth there were protests around the country one month after that march fourteenth and then also march twenty four th on a saturday march for our lives rally around the country and then also this past friday students including some here in albuquerque also up in santa fe taking part in protests and rallies marking the nineteen th anniversary of the massacre columbine high school on april twentieth nineteen ninety nine to four three thirty three thirty three i'm bob clark where do you think this is headed because a lot of people believe this gun control debate this time is going to be different it's going to lead to something changing because of the fact that students younger people are very involved in these protests in either either just about to turn eighteen so they can vote or they're just a year or two away and then of course there's there's different elements to this nationally of course but then also locally and all three of the democrats running for governor here in new mexico already come out and said that if they win in november they will support a bill to ban the sale of ar fifteen here in new mexico and then we had ellen bernstein who's the president of the albuquerque teachers federation helped to organize the friday events at aps schools coming out also now she's not a policymaker but still i mean she she has the ear of a lot of democratic politicians here in new mexico and she said she went support an all out ban on semiautomatic weapons if it has to happen then so be it she said the list i looked up at one hundred and sixty semiautomatic weapons on it and they said that list isn't even complete two four three.

florida albuquerque santa fe bob clark new mexico president albuquerque teachers federatio marjory douglas stoneman douglas high school ellen bernstein nineteen years one month
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The magical world series season of twenty twelve and the giants found themselves on four twenty twelve in new york city they were taking on the new york mets at citi field and we got extra thinks we're picking it up in the tenth tied three two three game frank francisco pitching for the mets and he walked that member of the two thousand twelve giants who wasn't around when the season ended milky cabrera pablo sandoval struck out but cabrera stole second then gregor blanco flew out to center the mets then intentionally walked nature holtz it didn't want any part of them they wanted instead to face the young catcher hector sanchez bulky cabrera the lead runner at second sure holds at first the pitch here is why dr based editors centerfield coming around third cabrera the ball bobbled in center by cabrera scores the throw to third dotted time sanchez take second on that throw so they walked sure hopes intentionally and the rookie catcher comes through hector sanchez with an rbi base it up the middle puts the giants ahead four to three fund moment for the young kid hector sanchez the giants would get the win sergio romo started the tenth but gave way to clay hensley who retired all three batters face to get his first save of the season giants win four to three on april twenty two thousand twelve hey before we go april twentieth nineteen ninetyone it was a fun little note giant's history that they had a pitcher named bud black and a catcher named steve decker and that meant the battery was black and decker and the giants won four to nothing over the houston astros buddy black the current manager of the rockies through a five hitter five strikeouts it was the first of thirty four wins that he would have a giant for four years and steam decker the catcher hit a two run homer funday on april twentieth nineteen ninetyone end before we go for all the brandon belt army soldiers out there you already knew this but we'll go ahead and say it happy thirtieth birthday to brandon belt on april twentieth and this has been brian murphy with this date in giants history when you work in the bay area living along the san joaquin river delta sounds like the ultimate escape and that's why river islands outlay through just outside of tracy is so appealing to so many bay area nine to five hours i went out there.

brian murphy brandon belt brandon belt army bud black clay hensley frank francisco new york tracy san joaquin river delta giants houston astros steve decker sergio romo hector sanchez cabrera gregor blanco pablo sandoval mets citi field
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on WJR 760

"Hadn't heard guest what's back at the corner of michigan and trumbull the corner ballpark historically i'm telling you i don't know if there's anything that compares in the country that spot right in michigan and trumbull eighteen ninety five there was the owner of the tigers i think his name was george vanderbeek or something like that any we had a new ballpark built at the corner and they called the the stadium bennett park and they had a wooden grandstand with a wooded peaked roof in the outfield and at the time some places in the outfield were only marked off with rope right then in nineteen eleven the tigers owner frank naven ordered a new steel and concrete baseball park at the same site trouble in michigan avenue it was going to see twenty three thousand and really accommodate the growing number of fans nathan field opens on april twentieth nineteen twelve that's the same day that boston's fenway park opened up as well and then he passed away right passed away and over the years it continued to grow walter briggs then bought the team in thirty five oversaw the expansion of naven field to thirty six thousand seats and expanded the upper deck and by nineteen thirty eight the city had agreed to move cherry street right and then briggs stadium was purchased by a fellow by the name of john fetzer over there in grand rapids area right and he could cook in control the stadium and renamed it tiger stadium back when the tigers won the world series in nineteen sixty eight part of that and now a new version of that still sits and opens this morning as we say good morning to the ceo for detroit pal he's been doing that for six seven years something like that and serving the organization since two thousand one tim ritchey good morning to you and say hello to the chairman emeritus of miller canfield law firm forget about the law stuff he's he the old tiger stadium conservancy president as well you have to be excited first of all tim about the opening this morning and the history that i just talked about that goes into the corner where baseball has been played for so many years.

ceo miller canfield law grand rapids nathan field george vanderbeek trumbull michigan baseball president chairman emeritus stadium bennett park tigers tiger stadium john fetzer walter briggs fenway park boston concrete baseball park frank naven
"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"april twentieth nineteen" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tuesday april twentieth nineteen ninety nine choir class had just started a student came running up the stairs and open the door and said someone's got a gun downstairs and they're shooting martin and dozens of other students barricaded themselves into a nearby office for three hours gunshots rattling the walls around them we were definitely under the impression that we weren't going to make it out of there alive but they did still the trauma hounded her for years she dropped out of college but eventually she found her way back to school got her degree and now she teaches twelfth grade english martin says if a shooter came to her classroom now she has a plan and a backup plan and a backup to the backup plan she talks to her students about hiding or self evacuating because i want them to know that they need to take it seriously so i tell them my story one thing martin can't imagine doing is something president trump recently proposed arming herself in the classroom and i love my children and i will do my best to protect them but that's just not something i don't think i could ever do another columbine survivor hopes some teachers well patrick neville was a sophomore in nineteen ninety nine all never forget seeing a father who had known for several years and was running around frantically couldn't find his son awesome alive again and i'll never forget that pain in his eyes today neville is the house minority leader in colorado's state legislature colorado allows people with permits to carry concealed weapons except in schools and some federal buildings and never wants to change that several years in a row he's introduced legislation to allow teachers to carry concealed guns his most recent version failed yet again but neville says he's undeterred he hears from his daughter's own teachers he says who wants to be armed in the case of a school shooter gives me comfort to know that there are teachers who would be willing to protect my kids but we don't let them i'm just going to start off by saying no i don't teachers to be out that's samaras sham a gentle but fiercely opinionated tenth grader renaissance secondary school in castle rock colorado she sitting around a table with few.

martin trump neville colorado samaras castle rock colorado president patrick neville three hours