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Imagine it Forward and Goodr
"To another episode of Zero, to IPO were absolutely thrilled to have to amazing guests on the show today I wanna I introduce Beth comstock who for many years in fact, almost three decades was at GE and served as the vice chairperson. There is on the board of Nike is also the author of this amazing book called imagine it forward, which I am really enjoying and learning a lot from and have a bunch of questions to ask Beth about the. Beth welcome on the show. Thanks Josh. Great to see you great to be here. And our other guests is Jasmine crow who is the CEO and founder of Gooder, which is a company that I am fascinated by I. think it's one of the more insightful companies that I've come across. Recently I also have a lot of questions for you Jasmin about how the idea came to you, but but welcome on the show. Thanks so much gas and happy to be here. Of course, we've got Freddie caressed my co host. Zeroed IPO your morning Josh, how you doing good I bet and Jasmine, nice to see you. Thanks for joining us today I'm super excited about today. Yeah me too good to see you. Well, let's dive right in because we have a lot to talk about Jasmine I wanNA start with you and I want to understand I want our audience to understand where you're coming from. When you started gooder there's some kind of basic facts that I want our audience to understand domestically we are wasting seventy-two billion pounds of food every year while forty two million people are struggling with food insecurity absolutely that's a foundational mess. And it's even worse. Now, I'll of everything that's happening with current virus who are wasting more food and more people are going hungry. So it is a huge issue. Yeah. I mean just to be clear before this even. I read somewhere that we were wasting about a quarter trillion dollars a year on food in the United States if people number eight is that right? Yeah. Right Frederick in. So I guess to put an even more simpler context about two percent of GDP is on wasted food for that's a lot of money spent on food that never gets eaten in this country does Like many people I have some passing familiarity with this I. Read about it I don't even know where to start and it seems like maybe you go out and you you know you try to donate food as best you can and and I think that's maybe where you started. Yeah and it transformed into something quite extraordinary. So yeah if you know Josh I started feeding people that were experiencing hunger and homelessness in two thousand thirteen out of my apartment in Atlanta Georgia So that's where got started I found a parking. Lot I drove past it one day and I just saw hundreds of people that were homeless in in something kind of just pulled on my heartstrings at that moment and I said I wanNA help you know what do I didn't have a ton of money and I knew I could cook and so I just went home I post it on facebook I mean Sunday. I'm going to go downtown and I'm going to feed on the streets. If. You want to join me I had about twenty volunteers I made a spaghetti dinner. And loved it. You know brought out my little beats pill at the time, which wasn't that loud outside. Dating us, you're dating we know exactly when you're store your. Heckling when it happened so I really wasn't that loud music thing. But I have bad and you know the idea was it would be old school kind of Sunday music why Jackson five and Aretha Franklin James Brown like this classic kind of music and a good Sunday dinner, and that's how it all got started in. So of eighty own from one of my pop up restaurants went viral on facebook and people are saying this is so amazing which restaurants donate the food and the reality was nobody I was couponing on price matching I always say, I'm the reason Walmart doesn't price-match anymore I definitely feel like i. gave them a run for him. And then I was cooking thing taking it downtown, serving it coming home cleaning up, and so it would take me like forty hours every week I did this and I started researching food ways and was really like upset like I can't believe this much food goes to waste in here I. Am you know putting together five dollar donations and my own money and trying to make these feeding is happening to feed five hundred people
"aretha franklin james brown" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"So this is what it sounds like okay. Eleven thirty seven thirty DIKO break. Diet Coke Diet Coke break shirt. It tight shot at the hill flavor focused. You WanNa make the clever. And it seems edgy for Coca Cola and so that's it's the first one you can. You can google these spots diet coke spots on the Nineteen Ninety S. The second one is really fun. It especially if you're a guy. So here's the setup on the second one there are four five women and they're having a little picnic or something middle of the day picnic workday. On the top of a hill down below is a really honky. Look younger guy. And he's mowing the lawn. He's got a giant lawnmower. He's pushing it so they get an idea they take the can and and they roll it down the hill and there's a tight shot of the cocaine diet coke in rolling toward the guys rolling. It's rolling it's rolling and they're all smiling because they know what's going to happen it hits it's the guy in the foot he reaches down opens it up an addict because it's been rolling it explodes all over his shirt also so they're all laughing so they're all laughing sure to stopped all right and they're all laughing at him he's built like Oh God and right now he takes his and the faces of the women go from laughing at him Shaw's strong and they get here senior and then there's a shot at the guy and he's the one because he Gusmao looks like right there really really clever and I don't recall Max. That's remembers them. I don't remember them at all. I am not only woman who's favorite favorite of all the village. People was the construction worker. So anyway if you WANNA go see them I guess you just Google what did you do to you. Were to get those. You don't have a favorite village person. I Love Victor. The COP but I always thought the sexiest one was the construction worker so so married one seriously like that is the hardest thing to me. Yeah you don't want to say that you married one of the village people well. I didn't marry one of the village people because I wasn't his type. No off at all. So how did you. What did you use to win the posted maximum sent sent? Max sent me the link and I'll post it up here in those spots would work today if they just came out. Yeah I think they would. Yeah it tweak it a little bit a little bit it there or why. Don't run the original interest to kind of a playful look back. I don't know why coq doesn't do more of that. They elaborate tickles task. Greek Christmas ads. Great summer let's bring back. I'd like to teach the world to sing. They did briefly last this year's Super Bowl. Football Game Gopher niners last year super bowl before they did. I mean years and years before these spots we were talking about they would have famous singers. Sing the coke jingles like aretha Franklin James Brown on Justin Timberlake McDonald's maiden dot com. I the red at once. I can't believe this is Bob and Cherries. Believe the talk about snapchat for a minute. I will tell you that In my family with my kids we had an absolutely devastating and horrific experience with snapchat Like like any social media platform it can be used for good or bad and you just don't know like we tell our kids all the time you don't know who you're talking to if this is not a friend that you know in the real world You have no hi dear who the other person on the end of that digital conversation is you may think it's a fourteen year old girl or fourteen year old boy but it might be a forty two year old sexual sewell Predator two states away. I mean we just don't know and so I you know I've never been like the biggest fan of snapchat because we've had some A tough experiences with it in my family. But I'm shouting snapchat out as a hero right now because there's a story that has not gotten very much national news attention. Dan and I. I think it's because horrible things happen. Every thirty seconds now and who can keep track but fourteen year old girl. was was drugged kidnapped and taken to a motel in San Jose California a couple of weeks ago and she was able to when she she kind of came to and had a moment she used snapchat too. She snapped her friends and said help. I've been kidnapped and her friends. Use Use snap map which is snapchat S- location service. They use their snap map to pinpoint her location called nine one one and she was rescued. How `bout that and it's it's no small thing because I'll post the article and you can read it for yourself? The details are absolutely absolutely horrifying. It's this girl was not gonNa make it out of this encounter alive but her friends They thought fast she. She had snap enabled. They call nine one one and she has been. She is alive and reunited with her family today. So this is an example of you know we swim. I'm in this toxic Digital Sea of no privacy and hyper surveillance and we have no idea what anybody's up to at any moment but every once in a while that power gets used for good. I'm surprised the assailant letter. Keep the phone. I don't know how long she had the phone. Tell you that. I don't know that she had it the whole time. But I mean if you're really a bad guy And you're going to kidnap someone for nefarious purposes. Would not be the first thing that you would. You would get rid of well because they have find my friends and all that I think he was in such a hurry to get the kid because she's a kid she's a child he was in such a rush to get this child into the vehicle and then he called three buddies who served as his accomplices and somewhere between between that girl getting shoved into that vehicle and all of the things that happen next she was able to open up or snapchat. God blessed boy I tell you what she was just thinking on her feet and her friend tremendous pressure. Her friends responded. They didn't think oh she's joking. Whatever friends ends responded? This isn't the first time that these locations services have been often have been awesome Back in two thousand seventeen if you remember. When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas access snap at was what people were using track damage yeah and It was apple's fine. My friends And this happened in North Carolina. Ed Find My friend. You remember this the fine my friends feature on your iphone This seventeen year old hadn't come home and her family used find. My My iphone and she'd been she'd gone off. The road in a car. Accident was trapped in your vehicle and they were able to find the vehicle using fine. My It's good that there were service in some places that I wouldn't walk you fi- by friends is pretty amazing. I tracked my wife on the way home. It's nothing is more You know exciting exciting than I know when to start hitting the cocktail Shaker but you can tell you know all right. She's in the neighborhood right now. I'll have something ready food or a drink ready for. It is pretty cool. It's a wild thing the whole surveillance culture like your kids if you have kids. Your kids have just grown up in a world where they don't expect any privacy see. I was driving with one of my daughters Few days ago and she Put her phone in her Book Bag and turned to me and said well I was going to go see Blah Blah Blah but I just saw snap that. She's already left. Go back to school. the idea that you just casually nowhere where everybody is all the time but they not they not only. You're used to it. I think kids also like it. They like to know where everybody is. They WANNA know what everybody's doing doing i. Sometimes that has the downside. Because if there's a party on Friday night yeah yours glued and you're excluded you feel terrible right so the the good news here. Is this some quick thinking. Kids and snap map are the ruse in this. Fourteen year. Old Child has been safely reunited with her family. I'll post all the links to the article article so you can see it for yourself and then maybe if you have kids talk to your kids about snapchat and snap and hopefully you're not hearing about it for the first time because it's a real. Thank it's Bob and Sheri sharable taste of the show the fun size podcast drops every Thursday on the three body Sherry. I just can't resist this. I know I'm going to regret it but I just can't resist that I came upon an article that said these are the movies that make us cry like little babies. See if you agree I thought of at least one other. They didn't have on here. Really start out with the Fox and the Hound and they say it's one of the few movies out there to capture the tragedy of every day mundane life getting older and growing apart. And there's a picture of the Fox looking at the little home. I haven't watched that since the kids were little and it really I we I only let them watch it like once was that Disney has looks like Disney animation. I When I first married Hamptons mom decided that I would take him to the movies one day and didn't like going to the movies but I said Hey it's a cartoon it's supposed to be great? It's getting great reviews. That's just go right down. The street he went in the movie was up the thing about up. He's the first like fifteen or twenty minutes of the movie. You're just a puddle on the floor here's one of the comments to your point. Point literally haven't even watched the rest of the movie because I was crying so hard after the opening that I turned it off. I mean usually a movie builds odes to that. And then you're crying at the end out of the box hysterical before it's even started. This is a movie that everyone in this room likes the Green Mile uh-huh and it's pretty hard to keep the is dry iron giant. I haven't seen all God that movie. Yeah that's animation to Jennifer Aniston is one of the lead voices in it. It's absolutely wonderful. It'll break your heart comments. Said if you don't cry at the end of iron giant you are a replicant and Harrison. Ford will be coming for you. I don't know I've heard of this movie. And I heard it was fantastic. And I didn't see it called her. Oh with Joaquin Phoenix scarlet. Yes Oh that's different isn't it. Oh my gosh. This one kills me saving private Ryan. Not just the final bridge scene but when he goes back to the graveyard the Punch Punch bowl and sees you see all of the graves.
"aretha franklin james brown" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"On news ball Brian on sound effects and Dave damage here for good sports and now the opposite of as Mr Adam Corolla the APP. Get get it on got to get on. Get on thanks for tuning in thanks account a friend rocket mortgage the sectors and custody and cafo throw for sponsoring this half of the show day. Gina granddaddy you run. Every child deserves the right to be hugged because she okoye in studio. The show Koi I heard secondhand sold out the fabulous forum sold it out and I saw you post dead ahead of five days a week ago and I thought Oh that's a big venue and mostly it's in Los Angeles Los Angeles tougher ticket ticket for most comedians. No you have to travel to sell out those bigger venue when you come back to. La So sold out and what period of time presell cell we were already at ninety percent and then we did a general and sold out. How many tickets are we talking talking about crazy. It's crazy. I get chills you and talking about but it's it's a little over thirteen thousand well Jeez. I hate to and that's when you set the stage agent at the end. You can even add figure it. I'm doing the traditional style. A lot of are doing the the in the round right. I'm I'm doing that in a couple of venues but I do prefer the end stage now. This begs the question if the first show sold out this fast is it in February February two thousand twenty February yeah you know what else you got to put on a second show on sale of crazy. That's crazy but you do right. We're thinking about it but you. Here's another one on the same day we put on chase arena. which isn't we're the new warriors or the new arena for the warriors so they haven't played there yet and that sold out in in one day wow unbelievable? I love this story. Is there a difference for ver you playing venues that size versus playing clubs in terms of the act the material gesticulation things at that nature. I think it's just my speed is a little faster. My energy is a little higher too so I'm talking to a lot of people in like section three hundred. Do you have to fill an arena with exactly so I- amplify I go left right. I don't stay in one spot at the Improv. I tend to stay right in the pocket and right. I talked to the people in the front row. Do a lot of unbelievable proud. I know net flex and the Netflix specials and all word of mouth and everything else. Is there something else there's there's some other component to this. There are some component that involves you know now technology. Is there something sound like a grandfather now but what I'm saying. Is this house word getting around so fast. Where's everyone going is. Is it instagram like what what is going on that people find it get it. It goes directly man. I don't know I was always doing good numbers but I think I'm just GONNA say Netflix if they didn't if they didn't give me a well. They didn't get a special. You know that you got it. I paid eight for myself but I mean right but after that no disrespect to Netflix and I'm glad I love Netflix with the second one coming in hot. Oh my God man I saw spike spike like you wouldn't believe well. I mean so every last one in Hawaii the last one I in why right that's where the big big spike everybody you think about this. you go to net flicks. What year now what years third year what year do you go to them initially and say hey how about you guys. Just give me some money and I'll do a stand up special for you guys. What is the date of that. I I said to them. It was two thousand fifteen two thousand fifteen yeah four years ago. Give or take so four years ago you reach out to them and you go. Hey how about you guys. Give me some money and I will. I will deliver you do a one hour. Stand up special and they say thanks but no thanks yeah okay and what's what what was crazy. Adam is selling out improv across the country like matches like a weekend. I was doing like fifteen sixteen shows in a row. I was doing like a ticket ten him like it was like it when they said no to me. I was like like what do you mean bill like. I was like I wanted to cry like I. What do I have to do to prove to you that our tell people bowl. It's not what you know what they know. You know what I mean. It's like you try to get them to know what you know. You think I think they would do the math but they really don't. They really don't like the executives sort of I'm not into this or not. It's sort of like so you guys like you heard of that. BAN GUAR is they're selling out soccer stadiums and in South America and you go now now. They show out soccer. Yeah wow well there. You go soccer so it's off your radar doesn't exist like they literally and I don't know if they think you're lying or they just they're not interested in. It was weird really hurt my view. I I I was even offering him. Adam all fly you out. I kept saying that I'll fly to San Francisco. Just see what I'm doing right now and then even that they're like now we were it could but the what do you want me to do. I will fly in and fly you back home the same night. I was doing well. That's the other thing that and the other part of this that people don't understand is when you start then saying to them the the powers that be like when you you go like you you have a book you know and you go. I'm doing a show in Sacramento and I can do a book signing but if I fly in a day earlier whatever and you just got to buy a South West ticket and I can go in a day and they're like Nah. We're good and you're like why are you good. Why are you saying no why value. It's almost that show. Biz Is this is show business is like chicks. They're wired like chicks. fucking wired like chicks which is this is going to be at all insulting. All salting dudes are wired like chicks and the chicks are wired like super chicks which is insane if if if Bradley Cooper comes up to the plump check check at the end of the bar and asked if he can buy or drink the answers no because he walked over to her. It's he must be desperate. Groucho Marx you the euro you went to them. You said I will fly you over. I will buy you a ticket you come to. San Francisco and they're like Oh. That's your idea. You must be desperate. Job is convincing people that do like we have a job. We have to convince Alec Baldwin Game Show. That's our job uh-huh showing up to us and convincing US things neither because you showed up to me was your idea so four years ago you do this in most people would go home and they'd be angry at net flex go screw those guys and on twitter blast him on twitter which is an all right. That's fine for the drive home but at a certain point your endgame is you WanNa get on Netflix so that you can have exposure so that you can sell out these major your venues so you do what then next. I I look at my manager and I go. We got the money well He. He was the one we got the money to do it. So let's just just do it and I'll say oh man all right. Let's I did not. I did not want invest that much money into a special right and and then I was just you know what yeah let's do it but I was mad. I was mad the whole time. I was hired director. I was mad that I had the scout location that I was mad that I had to pay for the logo behind I was I was mad every time every time they this is. GonNa cost you this much and I'll say okay yeah just got to the point where I was all right at it but it's like a wedding. When you get towards the girl we also need to find put it on the Tas- Several hundred dollars bad maybe not that. Oh my God well I always he's wince when I throw out that number I always stop talking about. I know but it several hundred thousand dollars out of your own pocket to a group that had already expressed that they're not interested in your yeah okay. That's why that's why when I tell people like when you're you're so quick to hate on somebody for the success but once you find out their story first before you hate on what they what they're doing now like your everyone's so quick. Oh Yeah you're successful because Netflix gave you a special. Did they or did I get my own vessel because my son was asleep in the green room while I was telling jokes on stage. I was like in in my head like I'm broke. I have no money and then and the person I want to sell you already said no like all of that was on my back my shoulders at night. I was just like so depressed like if I would've and had a horrible set that night I would. It would have been done there on whether we're going to take it so you go out. You shoot it. Where did you shoot the first one the Moore Theatre in Seattle. Oh right that's tried of course beautiful theater. You shoot it. You have a director Cameron everything else. That's super expensive. You whack it into about an hour you submit it to Netflix. Yeah and what's crazy is try to a play and then and offering. We got a couple of offers but there were two load or even cover the expenses yeah. I was like I can't use that. That's okay and then finally we want to Netflix and we're like look. Just look at it because it's good I and this is I knocked it out of the park and and then the minute we put it on their desk. They said don't don't shop it around anymore. We're GONNA we're. GonNa put an offer that took Sir Sir four or five months right and then they said yes the day before Thanksgiving and I cried in the car and you should you trip the fan man but yeah you bet on yourself. That's that's the point I don't think people. I don't think people know ah in everyone's story. There's some point where they on themselves and it's not just about believing in yourself. It's about putting up a ton of cash oftentimes whether it's a small business or stand up special or whatever that is and you have to be willing to do that and then you also have to have a very realistic assessment men of yourself in your talent because if in fact you're not as good as you think you are and you go out and shoot that special at the more or and it's a sub par product then. Netflix and nobody else is interested and you're out hundreds of thousands of dollars and there's no buyers you have to every realistic relationship with your talent in your ability yeah that was crazy is they put in a low offer right so the the initial offer was so low and am I age it was like okay I'm GonNa counter and they countered and just take it because I just just wanted it to be on Netflix that right. All one was no. I care less about the money if I take less than happen. Whatever just get it on that place because now I'm going to go back in and get a counter he went in and got it and it already my heart's pounding because I'm like how about they walk away? You know what I mean like. Putting accounting regret puts counter. They come back with a counter any countered again yeah. I don't want to name but I go. Please just just take it man. I don't WANNA lose this like I really really has on you when you on on you and and he was like listen Joe I think I did right by Dane Cook and Billy Joel. I think I know what I'm doing now. Let me at these guys power so but here you are in now you sold out the forum which is obviously where the Lakers played all those years and it's amazing man. It's it's it's walked in that hallway right. 'cause we went to shoot that video. I shot a Promo Promo. They're always walking down the hallway to go to the stage and it's just every name on the side of the wall and it's like Aretha Franklin James Brown around Michael Jackson the Jackson Five. ACDC Motley crue Elton John Bruno Mars Travis Scott and it just keeps getting even funny. Jodi your and then they said this is where we're painting. Your name wild things I've ever seen the only people I've ever seen at the forum are Prince and the Dalai Lama Joko Beck who opened for her. That's the real question so all the kids. Ed's listening wanting to do something in their life or their career..
"aretha franklin james brown" Discussed on What's on in Uxbridge
"The update on bridge. FM welcome to this week's oxbridge update covering what's going on around the Oxbridge area this week kickoff first of all with the ladies in the night walk happening on Friday the twentieth of September starting and finishing at Mount Vernon in an hospital sign up to either do a five mile or ten mile course only native Michael Abell hospice at the Beck Theatre on Friday Friday the twentieth so legends brings to life the hits of Barry White George Benson Jackson Aretha Franklin James Brown Tina Turner Lionel Richie Wilson Pickett Shock Akon Earth wind and fire and more with talented singers great costumes uh-huh and Choreography also on Friday the twentieth over at the rise type Social Club tropic at rice lip bring the mud father's opole well attribute relive the jam years the style council and Paul Weller Solo career onto Saturday the twenty first. I the Hayes Hawks. BMX cloud have an open day. It's a chance to experience the thrill of riding around. BMX track while being coached by qualified British cycling coaches be refreshments and music the whole weekend of Twenty first and twenty second of September. Uh as open house weekend with loads of historic buildings opening their doors for tours swayed cleese house in economies open for viewing. That's just Saturday. Only the manor farm site and Rice Lippi's open all weekend. I didn't know this but that's the oldest heritage site in Huntingdon Ellington. It's been occupied there. Since the Eleventh Century Cranford Park will be taking part within Dunstan church the stables of former former Cranford house and the secret garden all open for exploring the soundbite record fairs back in Uxbridge on Saturday rummaged edged through the records to find a memorable album that Christ's church holes in Redford away from eleven. Am Film Wise Pinewood Cinema Showing Quentin Tarantino's nine film once upon a time in Hollywood starring Leonardo di Caprio and Brad Pitt. There's an afternoon an and evening showing each day on Saturday and Sunday Saturday evening and Shampoos Bar in east coat. It's a funky the summer so jam Kevin Jackson Tony be playing the best in seventies eighties and nineties jazz funk and soul Sunday twenty-second as the usual queensmead school car boot sale in south Rice v from seven. Am and did you know this. They've been running boot sounds for thirty thirty years this year. Southland's art center kickoff more than words a week of literary and storytelling event with an Allison Wonderland Wonderland family funday a puppet show activity sessions mad hatters tea party storytelling sessions bookstores croquet. Hey and more East coat house and gardens have the Dovecote and stables open with a classic car rally as well. On Sunday join a guided cycle ride around ten miles on Sunday starting one pm from Helen Sports and Leisure Centre. There'll be a stop for refreshments since of course check out the range of cakes on offer at some Mary's Church in Denim on Sunday in the vestry between three and five vestry tease onto Tuesday twenty-fourth another event southland's art center's part of them more than words week. Barbara Fisher presents tales from an old hack. Barbara worked as a local journalist and has loads of good stories to tell Wednesday twenty fifth is the first night of rice step operatic society's production sweet charity at the Winston Churchill Theatre in rice lip. Let's do one more for Thursday twenty six Oxbridge Folk Club present Niamey Bedford Poll Simmons and Okavango at their monthly folk meet up at the Royal Naval Association just by Linden Circus and one more for the diary a quick plug for a special showing of I Daniel Annual Blake a Pinewood cinema on the tenth of October. It's Weld Homeless Day and proceeds from the showing will be going to trinity who who work with homeless people in the experts area more details on their work out we are Trinity Dog Dot UK. That's all the events this week. Thanks for listening and sharing with your friends. You're up to date also if you haven't already make sure to like oxbridge. FM FM to make sure our posts pop in your feed if you're running an event make sure you tell us as always it's what's on at Oxbridge. FM DOT CO DOT UK UK via email or what sappers on oh seven four zero three four eight two four five seven catch you next week for another never oxbridge update join us doing on social media social media search Oxbridge F._M.
"aretha franklin james brown" Discussed on WINS 1010
"King's blues club in real closers tonight after eighteen years on forty second street it's hosted aretha franklin james brown jc and more and shuts down after one final show with blues legend buddy guy tse group says escalating rents are to blame runs the club help boost they also say they hope to reopen elsewhere in manhattan president trump spent last night in washington washington township michigan at a campaign style rally rather than in washington dc at the white house correspondents dinner his assessment of comedian michelle wolf's gig was quote a very big boring bust tweeting she really bombed wolf lit into republicans the trump administration democrats and the press some of the jokes were harsh she's getting particular criticism for barbs directed at white house press secretary sarah sanders correspondent jonathan karl carl was seated right next to sanders i think that the comedian crossed the line this win from poking fun to being mean spirited it was very uncomfortable i think that sarah sanders handled herself very well considering what was what was coming her way and i think most people in that room we're we're we're uncomfortable and certainly the only thing that will do is results probably more goodwill sarah sanders because nobody should have to sit through that others defended wolfer roasting both the administration and the media a lawsuit has been filed against southwest airlines and the maker of the plane engine that suffered a massive failure april seventeenth killing a woman seated by the window that was smashed by debris the filer of this lawsuit is not the victim's family another patches passenger rather who was seated three rows behind her wins.