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"crystal turner" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

Mojo In The Morning

07:19 min | Last month

"crystal turner" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning

"Have to allow access. I have problems with the so. Yeah well that's that's good to now mary. I was about to eat breakfast here. I've got literally i just. I just heated up a one of those breakfast burritos. And i'm about to eat breakfast burrito. I'm going gonna be looking at it differently after your story. what did you say. Oh my gosh so we go. We run at the power and there's a area of the park that is closer to a lot of her home. So we perkin this wooded area. It's an legitimate and there's no porta-pottys bathroom so we'll go to the strip mall or the restaurant arby's and mcdonald's or whatever in in their opener early so the shrimp all doesn't let us laundromat restaurant. Coffee shop parlor. Nobody will let us use their bathroom. So finally the leading the restaurant one mornings like. Oh you guys are nice. We'll let you use the bathroom. We offered by coffee. Whatever so we leave. We go to the park. Everybody went to the bathroom. And we're running and there is a guy taking a dump in the woods and he said nobody would not be the bathroom away. Stories right Let me do a couple of things here before we end in. I'll recap the weekend's events in vegas for the. I heard festival. We'll do a couple of these stories. I that are kind of trending. This is pretty interesting. Is it acceptable to order delivery. When there's a storm outside yougov did a poll that shows that americans are divided on whether or not it's acceptable to order a food delivery service when it's storming forty five percent say it's acceptable forty eight percent. Say it's not acceptable. Men are more likely to say that decision is acceptable where women are more opposed to it and this is like if there's a really bad like nasty you know how we've had some of these storms that are like knocked power out and caused for a lot of damage. Is it acceptable for you to say you know. I'm still hungry. And i want to be able to. Have you know whatever. Mcdonald's or pizza delivered or whatever. But you're putting somebody else's life at risk making them have to get out of their cars to go walk up to you or pick the food up in general at the at the restaurants. What do you guys remember. We talked about this on the air back when we had really heavy snowfall. I wouldn't even during covert. I didn't wanna do deliveries with the snowstorms but i never thought about it and thunderstorms. I never thought about the fact. I always think well you're safe in your car from lightning. I never thought about the heavy rains and stuff. So i've ever really thought about it. Which perhaps a terrible person. But now i will people by the way. Who do this do the deliveries say. They're okay with it but you should up your tips and they say that people don't do it that actually people in the area have not been doing it at all. So if there's really bad weather that you should give them a little bit more money for risking their lives Another story that's sparking a little bit controversy. When it comes to going out and eating a tick talker had a debate going while sitting out at a restaurant And they were comparing a gen z. Table to a boomers table and they showed the two different tables. The video that take talker. showed showed the younger generation Kind of leaving a little bit more of Of a mass arm. Sorry no. The video shows the younger generation where they allegedly eight. The table was mostly cleaned off with the plates and the silverware stacked at the end of the the table for the weight stack while the older people's table was a complete mess and everything was crazy showing that the younger diners actually left the tables cleaner than the older diners interesting. Because i never have noticed that as far as it being a generational thing. What are you guys. Doing you go to a restaurant. You guys clean off the table for them before you leave or organize it together or use. Leave it the way it was when you got up and you. You're you're done eating your food. I was told by server not to clean up like they did. They hate when you stack dishes and put things outside of things. 'cause 'cause they have a certain way of doing it. This is just what to serve told me. I don't know if it's fact for everybody says favor you don't. I have the kids with me and mike you know this they make a mass of cable. I feel obligated to not leave the table looking like that It's interesting though that it's generational like that because of you know like megan stock mouth. She cleans it up in does that. And honestly i don't do it like spike said. I not because of server told me that just because i'm lazy and somebody like play their silverware and the cops and all that stuff. I would walk up to the table with. Tears is in pick you off taking care of the little stuff. It makes my job so much easier and usually your servers. I'm probably going to get a better tip. It was like a win win. Have you guys heard about the story about the missing. A florida girl. It's a crazy story. This this girl is Was with her boyfriend. They were travel out. Like salt lake city. Yeah fiance and her. Her fiance came back to florida sheet income back. And now there's a story that's involved with this whole one about how there's a missing couple that hap- in that same area where they were traveling. A lot of people are thinking that she was part of that. Like maybe something happened to her or this boyfriend did something. Because he's now being like completely hush hush her him home and got a lawyer and when talk to anybody yeah yeah so and won't cooperate with the police search for gabby petito last seen in utah. While traveling with her boyfriend. Police are looking into a possible connection between her disappearance and murder of these two women crystal turner and wife kyle and solti. The newlywed couple were found shot at a campsite near moab utah. One of them reportedly telling a friend about a quote creepy man around their camp. They were last seen alive on august thirteenth just one day earlier also in moab gabby petito and her boyfriend bryan laundry were seen in this police body camera video arguing on the side of the road personally police say at one point it got physical with petito the aggressor no charges were filed less than a week later the couple were seen in salt lake city checking out of a hotel the next day her mother says petito told her they were in wyoming heading to yellowstone a week later on september first laundry arrived home in florida without petito one person return and that person that returning isn't providing this information police laundry is not cooperating potatoes family pleading for help their attorney.

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"crystal turner" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

02:11 min | Last month

"crystal turner" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"The south florida morning show with jennifer. Ross in bill adams on news talk eight fifty w mt l. We believe you know the location of where brian left. Gabby we beg you to tell us god. Could somebody please get these parents of gabby petito. In that case at least some answers kills me every time they talk. It's it's it's so hard to watch it is yesterday. I guess it was the mo- add police department or the the the sheriff's office the county sheriff in in utah where their altercation took place and then there had been reports. Somebody else reported the two of them fighting. He was trying to lock her out of the van. She apparently hit him. She climbed over and finally got in the van. The van took off anyway. The cops catch up to her. But it was the the body cam of this police officer. The sheriff's deputy talking to gaby. He finally gets out of the van gets her in his car. And i'm thinking you know what this. This police officers probably sitting there today going. I had her in my car. I was thinking that same. Did i ever let her get out. Because right after that very soon after that she went missing so now. So here's the update on this thing. Right investigators are searching in that community in wyoming to miss four petito. She's from florida. She grew up on long island. But there's a florida connection here in park. Rangers are starting a ground. Search today jackson hole. Oh because that was the last. I guess instagram post is that we're grand tetons nearby. okay The last the whole incident with this police officer in utah. Now they're saying it's grand county now. The sheriff's office is saying. Is it odd. I you know if you don't believe in coincidences in the police world. You understand why right. After they left town they found the bodies of a lesbian couple. This thirty eight year old crystal turner in twenty four year old kylie kylie and solti were found at the campground that the that patino and petito and her boyfriend bryan landry allegedly stayed at as right now. One of these girls had told her aunt. There's a really creepy guy here at this. Campground needs making this very nervous. Was that brian landry. No-one or laundry. However you say this kid's name..

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"crystal turner" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

The South Florida Morning Show

08:06 min | Last month

"crystal turner" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show

"Me. guess now. that doesn't call love that toy stupid. Go to the wall for that door. Stu mahjong again. I don't think that's a toy and game but gain okay. That's controversial though. You know why because we put battleship in. That's it that's also a board game so you gotta kinda if you put mahjong in yet poker in you know what i mean or dominoes. I think domino's already in masters of the universe choice all fantastic that definitely being their action figures. Yeah for sure. He as karen mentioned earlier the pinata. That's not a toy boy. The board gates candy holding mechanism the with stick that you get your frustrations out on The other board game was risk. That was announced last year and didn't get get in. This is the one the settlers of catan that hand. Cat a. n. hard game or something. Sounds like a cult. Actually we'll put them in the toy fire engine. I'm for that one too. But the one that i can't understand sand little by it's this issue. Stick let me go to you. Remember ball of yarn gut in anyway toy hall of fame work for the next week sand sand sand and corn popper. Yes i guarantee a cabbage patch. Kids gets in there next year as is eligible. Yes corn popper rapid fire. News photos controversial rapid-fire news coming up next in a couple of minutes stick around for that st south florida morning. Show there's jenna. Bill and seven thirty time for jinnah bills. Rapid fire with karen curtis on news. Talk eight fifty w. at t. l. Well here we are one step closer to friday. Which means rapid-fire gets really interesting. What are you start off with karen. We began rapid fire. Copped to journal guy could be in deep. Do i don't think so. It's amazing. I knew they were going to try to spend this today. I didn't think they'd be disgracing about it. No it's completely normal treason and if it's for the greater good it's okay okay. Now mr president get out there and say you have complete confidence in general million oil. Go away yes. So he says he is. Compl- biden does has complete faith in joint chiefs chairman. Mark milley okay. But some republicans are calling him for him to be removed because of this details in this new book and by the way would standing by his reporting in the book and it alleges that millie called his chinese counterpart told him that he would warn china. If there was nuclear tack before it happened usurping. Obviously president trump as commander in chief and like trump's gonna trump's gonna to order an attack on what are they talking about. Trump wants import. Marshall tried for treason. Rubio are florida. Senator wants to relieve the duty. Yeah but i mean. The republicans aren't in power right. Now i think the only thing the only way they're going to get any penalty put on this guy is if they win twenty twenty two and look back on it but can't do anything now. I just couldn't believe in the pentagon -pletely normal from to go around the president's back talked to china. I can't believe i tried to split. It's normal shore. There too worried about what's going to happen on saturday. The national guard deploying troops to the capital that putting up fencing. It's the justice for j six rally seven hundred demonstrates there were a couple of hundred thousand January six maybe if they deployed people then it would help but They're planning to gathering support more than six hundred people that are still under arrest and many of them still imprison because of the capital attack workers are installing new fence around the building had hearings yet. They know nothing. The only person that died was shot by a police officer and she was on unarmed veterans. Yep yeah but that was justified. Oh don't forget that was That's how they told the story. that's for sure. Those knuckleheads have been there. No but still show big political theater to make all kinds of disparage. Trump supporters is what. It is for all lumped together. federal prosecutor john durham. He's still around by. The way is forgotten watching the trump russia collusion hoax to a grand jury. Today because the statute of limitations runs out this weekend waiting go. He wasn't quick on. That draw was g. He's exploring the theory that somebody presented the fbi with fabricated evidence in the two thousand sixteen russia. They're all over that. But those poor gymnasts. They weren't all over that with the nassar thing very true dumping deeply deeply wrong with the fbi. They go after all this other stuff. Oh crazy. sivan's remember him there. In new york impaneled a grand jury meets twice a week. try to dig up something on on donald trump. Yeah they spent all those millions and millions of dollars. And what did they find. Cricket's nothing you don't hear about that. They think they got as what his attorney or financial adviser for some sort of a free apartment. Yeah was didn't write off. I swear to god for as many amid talk about years now they've been looking for dirt on trump and haven't found anything he might be the cleanest guy on earth say among us could withstand everything that this guy's gone through including las financial Scope so north fort police in southwest florida taken over the investigation into the disappearance of that young woman on a road trip or their fiance. Here's her dad. Joseph petito viking. Make sense of this situation you know. I wouldn't be as angry. Because then i have some understand but i got no sensitive because i'm not told any answers. The only answer. I got is not with him. So i gotta do my job and find her. Some like the casey anthony case where he's just clammed up lawyer up and if he doesn't say anything and they can't get any evidence against him xactly he. He skates skates now. However utah police. Did you see what the utah police are doing in a little town called. I wanna say moab i They got into a fight. This brian landry and this gabriella potato got into a physical altercation. He was trying to lock her out of the van. She was trying to climb in. He pushed her anyway. The police were called to the scene. She had just left store. The store she laughed was owned by this other woman i. Her name was like sheila. She and her husband were found dead the next day. What's now they're trying to say that. This kid this landry kid may be involved in that. Murder is well wholesale. They're trying to mass murderer is they're they're. They're not letting anything going this kid so now they're looking into it like our lobby here. Though the radio station very suspicious skyline schultz and crystal turner both found shot. And we all came in this morning to like droplets of either begetting sauce or blood in the the is looks like i'm like a murder. It was really dark when i came in because they had all the lights. Maybe it was just didn't see it. It's either a trail of blood or somebody got wings. Herbie so governor to is five thousand dollar. Fine against companies have forced workers to get kobe shots in order to keep their jobs. Goes into effect today. So you got that money coming out of pocket. And then you got five hundred dollars coming into pup people's pockets broadview debut improve your vaccinated a meanwhile congresswoman lois frankel who represents west palm beach held. She held a meeting yesterday. And she says it's about freedom we're talking about freedom. Yeah you have the freedom to die if you wanna die you have the freedom to die but most people want the freedom to live it. She says somebody explained to this woman how that doesn't help whatsoever freedom to die okay. That's real good lowest nice work. Meanwhile broward county employees five hundred bucks if you have been vaccinated or a biweekly surcharge. For weekly testing to get away with this. I don't know but there's money going all over the place regarding this. Yeah no kidding. Raise of funding. Yep yep so coming up. In rapid fire never park next to a chevy bolt unless you want a carbon q. Oh time.

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"crystal turner" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:39 min | Last month

"crystal turner" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It is 6 42. This is Alabama's morning news. I'm J T. A interesting story may have been following this just but there's a 22 year old girl named Gabby Petito has gone missing. And what happened and what's happening now is a bit of a mystery. Joining us now for the update on this Jeff Manasso is here at Fox correspondent Jeff Good Morning. Welcome. And thanks for being here. A J. T good to be with you. He knows something that from the family of 22 year old Gabby Petitto, who was a cross country road trip with her boyfriend, 23 year old Brian Laundry. So Petito was last seen August 24th checking out of a hotel and sound like city. The last phone calls who were family was August 25th from Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. Before laundry, returned home to Florida in potatoes van without her on September 1st potatoes. Mother reported her missing 10 days later. And desperate for answers, the laundry and his family. They're not saying a word to anybody. He has since lawyered up. Wow. Not speaking a word about this. This is not looking good. It wasn't there. An incident between the two Brian and his girlfriend, Gabby at some point where police were brought around, and nothing ever came of it. Yeah. Police in Moab, Utah, saying that they responded to an incident involving the couple on August 12th two weeks before Pitino vanished. According to the incident, report, officers were called to the moon flower. Community co op in Moab. It's locally sourced food store. A bystander reported seeing the pair arguing over a phone, telling police that when laundry got into the couple's fan, he saw what appeared to him as Gabrielle hitting Brian in the arm and then climbing through the driver's window of the van that Brian and apparently locked her out of she was trying to trying to find a way into that van. The officer later located. The couple notice Gabby kind uncontrollably, she apparently told the officer, According to this report that laundry became embroiled in a fight that was fueled by some sort of mental health issues. There's some things that are redacted in this report. Um in this is maybe a bizarre coincidence, But investigators have also not ruled out a potential connection between this case and the double murder of another couple, Crystal Turner and Kylian shelter. They were last seen August 13th. They were found shot to death outside Moab. Five days later, he worked at that moon flower coop. And empty. It could be a bizarre coincidence. I don't know, but it's part of it's part of the investigation. The FBI is on the case and you know they're searching toll cameras, gas station cameras, credit card receipts. Uh, you know, cell phone tower pings anything and everything that can help them try to piece information together because Brian Laundry is not saying a word to anybody. Oh, my gosh. Well, they left you New York and then they You know, this was what last July, and they made this cross country trip stops in Colorado and Utah. And they were on their way, I guess to the Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone, Wyoming. Do they have any idea Along that truck from New York out that West where along that route, she went missing her. They still not sure where. Well. Gabby's family is in Wyoming right now, and they are searching the Grand Teton National Park. That's that's their focus right now. Gary's mother, also saying that she received a final text message from Gabby. Which suggests she made it 800 Miles west to Yosemite National Park in California. That text which reads no service in Yosemite. Potatoes. Family believed that that was a forgery. Forged text. Uh, this is not looking good at all. So he's not saying a word. They they've got him now as a person of interest, At least have they ramped it up to suspect at this point, Any comments from him whatsoever? Is it immediately. Lawyer not speaking. Yeah, well, so the police in north Port Florida, where he lives with his parents should do potato apparently lived with him as well. Um, they totally lured up. Um, his his lawyer, his his defended his silence, he says, my experience intimate partners are often the first person law enforcement focuses their attention on in a cases like this. And in the warring that you know, any statement made will be used against you is true, regardless of whether my client had anything to do with Miss potatoes, disappearance. Potatoes family issued another statement in which they call them laundry. You answer questions about about potatoes have disappearance. They referred to as silence as reprehensible. They're begging him to do the right thing to say something, but he's not going to Yeah, well, I think we all know where this is going to end up. It sounds like another episode of, uh 2020 or deadline. Um and, yeah, they'll get to the bottom of this at some point. No doubt I'm with the family and that, Jeff, you know, it's so sad at this point. You know, come clean and let us have our daughter back. You know, she's 22 years old, and they have no answers, but, uh, praying for decent outcome? Yeah, Jeff, thank you so much. Our correspondent on this one Jeff Man, also from Fox in Chicago and the Mississippi. And missing gal Gabby Petito. Still no answers yet. 6 48 Alabama's morning news on the way next Russell and Amber from happenings in the ham with a lot to do this weekend. We'll take a look at some of the highlights. Stay here. This view was worth the hike right? And it's a good way to stay on top.

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"crystal turner" Discussed on X96

X96

05:53 min | 2 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on X96

"Going to get them out. The Taliban is saying this is a red line for them, and they will not allow us to continue operations on that. Well, what happens if they choose to impose their will on Kabul airport if the operations extend beyond the deadline, Stewart asked. Stewart joined the program right after a classified briefing on the current situation in Afghanistan, and he said he had made a count. He then made a counterfactual argument, saying You know, former President Donald Trump would have handled the withdrawal much, uh, much better than the Biden administration. Well, then why didn't he start? President Trump would have withdrawn the military. Not had to flood them back into the country like we're seeing now. Frankly, he would have held them responsible in a way this president is just not willing to do. Biden has become an apologist for the Taliban rather than confronting them. It's inexcusable. To watch this. It's inexcusable to watch Trump didn't prompt didn't process the special visas at all? Screwed up that department. He's you know, he ran on getting out of Afghanistan. Why didn't he start getting people out of Afghanistan? If that's what he ran on? The Grand County Sheriff's Office has called in the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the State Bureau of Investigation to assist in the double murder investigation of to Moab Women. Kate Cailan rather sheltie. And Crystal Turner. Went reported missing and found dead days later August 18 at their campsite. And apparently, as far as I have been able to determine there are no Are no leads in this case. No nothing. Just that they were shot multiple times. Yeah, that's just bizarre. And Larry Elder to carry. He's the he's the leader among California recall candidates right now to replace Democrat Gavin Newsom. That might not be such a bad thing. Because Larry Elder because Larry Elder people People don't like Larry Elder much. Oh, you mean it's not? Oh, I see that he's gonna okay. People aren't going to vote for him because he's the best they have. And nobody likes him. Step well and see, And I don't understand why people think he's the best of there's a the that guy Cox, who was running with a live bear, that's good and one and apparently, he's been taking around a pile of trash as well. I don't really Yeah. Campaigning with a pile of trash. Uh and, of course, Caitlyn Jenner, So there are some great choices there. But it it seems pretty clear that Larry Elder is the kind of the front runner and people don't like his views. Well, it's because they are extreme, and that's being tonight. He's a libertarian, he says. He said he opposes the minimum wage. He opposes workplace discrimination laws, and he presents a very good foil for Gavin Newsom. So Gavin isn't to say this is this is what you want. This is what you want. I'd say I'm going to resign and you're welcome to it. Vote No on the recall if you're in California listening well, and if you're in here listening, and you have still have the ability to vote in California. And finally this the world's pop. Six favorite beers are This is the world. The world's so probably no, probably no American beers. There doesn't know uh, Corona. Number one. Uh, I guess it's just the top six. I don't know if they rank them. These are just you know, the world's most popular beer. I know it's my neighbors. And you know how I know that I keep finding his empties in my yard Corona Sapporo. Mondello. Kingfisher. Oh, sure. Yeah, that's Indian beer. Indian beer. Uh, shy Asahi sake. And Heineken. Which one of those is your preferred? If you're picking, if that's if that's on the menu, and you have to pick one, I like Kingfisher, Okay? I like I like Modell. Oh, Is this just in terms of sales, or actually, people voted that they like I wouldn't be surprised if its sales I think it is sales, the analysis revealed. Corona is the world's most popular beer with Corona beer. Search globally. Uh 115. Well, these are Google searches. Okay, Corona Beer has been a staple in the U. S. For decades. Lately. It's said to be it's unprecedented. Its popularity is also spreading now throughout Europe. So this is a Google search. I guess I don't know. But people are Google searching Corona a lot. This I I Oh, yeah, You're right. Maybe they're Google searching coronavirus. Oh, Yes, on this, Um Adelo is not was number three. And so let's go to number two. That's probably the real Sapporo, Sapporo, Sapporo be recognized as the oldest brand of beer in Japan, ranked number two for global Google searches. In the UK Sapporo is currently the seventh most searched beer on Google. While it is third in the United States. Mm Kingfisher showed up fourth on the international list of most searched beers. And that's a pretty good beer if you've ever You know King pressure when you have Indian food. It's It's a good well, you know, I have had a kingfisher. I had a sip of a kingfisher them. Yeah. When we're Royal India, you don't like the Heineken. Do you know it's skunky? I don't care for the Heineken. All right. That's.

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"crystal turner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Afghanistan as Washington attempts to speed up the pace of departures of Americans and at risk Afghans. President Biden addressed the country yesterday afternoon regarding Afghanistan evacuation, stating We still have a long way to go and a lot could still go wrong. Biden is facing criticism from the media as he appeared to laugh when being questioned by the press. He also added that FEMA is monitoring the tropical depression on the situation in the Tri State and New England area. The FDA has officially approved fighters Covid 19 vaccine today. Amid a surge in cases driven by the infectious delta variant. According to the New York Times Approval for fighters to shot vaccine was originally scheduled for Labor Day but was moved up due to a spike in cases. The company was granted emergency use authorization in December, becoming the first covid shot to be available for the public. Andrew Cuomo is set to end his decade long reign as governor of New York tonight, Lieutenant governor Kathy Khokha will take over at midnight as New York's first female governor. Cuomo's resignation comes after an investigation overseen by state Attorney General Leticia James that found evidence that Cuomo sexually harassed at least 11, current and former state employees. In a press conference on August, 10th. Cuomo announced that he would resign rather than face impeachment over the allegations. Kwame was due to give a farewell speech any minute now New York City is officially mandating that all public school staff and teachers get vaccinated. The city previously said that teachers, like other city employees would have to get the shots or get tested weekly. The new policy marks the first non optional vaccination mandate for a broad group of city workers in New York City. The New York Post is reporting that underground arm wrestling is taking over the streets of N Y. C thanks to the free APP arm Bet, which has been described as the tinder of arm wrestling. All you need is a hand in an arm to participate in the underground games. With the enthusiasm for the sport growing, many are pushing for it to come to the Olympics. A married couple was found shot to death at a Utah campsite last week after complaining to friends about a creepy man who had been lingering by their area. Skyland Schulte and Crystal Turner were discovered dead after a friend had reported them missing after not showing up to work for two consecutive days. Police believe the incident was isolated and the suspect is still on the loose. Search crews in Tennessee are still looking for dozens who were missing after the record breaking rain flooded parts of the state and killed at least 22 people. Now from the Ramsey, Mazda weather Center, clouds and rain most of the day with a high of 79. If you have to wear a mask all day, and you know who you are nurses, teachers returning to school in person commuters, office workers with mask mandates construction and warehouse workers travelers even though suffering from allergies, with the delta variant running rapid, most people are wearing a mask all the time..

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"crystal turner" Discussed on X96

X96

07:41 min | 2 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on X96

"They're just people. You know. They're just like us. Sure, pants one leg at a time, just like you do well when they put on pants, But here's the story. Jennifer Lopez appears to scold one of her Children. While she's out with Ben Affleck. How dare she? Parent scolding one of her Children, just like you know, Apparent, Okay. And of course, this this story, the headline. Kendall Jenner wears barely there bikini while yachting. That's not of just like us. That's not well. If it was just like us, it would be boating, yachting, not yachting. Out, and it would be features a A A bathing costume of something sort of, uh, of barely there bikini where we're in a red, white and blue bikini boating? Yeah, ya Ping. They're just like us, aren't they? Jerry Lee Lewis. Is still alive somehow. He paid tribute to dawn ever leave the Everly Brothers who died on August 24th 21st rather, according to his family, cause of death not revealed. Ever, least passing makes Jerry Lee The only living member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is inaugural Class of 1986. Oh, The Everly Brothers and Lewis, Jerry Lee Lewis joined Presley, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Buddy Holly, Ray, Charles, James Brown, Sam Cooke, Fats Domino. Alan Freed Jon Hamm and Robert Johnson, Sam Phillips, Jimmy Yancey and Jimmy Rogers in the historic first induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Living on Evil is that Yes, Jerry Lee Lewis, who married his 12 year old 13 year old cousin many years ago, among other people, then another wife. Later on. Found dead in the swimming pool at I don't know how that happened. And he has been a smoker and a drinker all of his life and Don't know, he says with my friend Dawn's passing. I am reflective. Reflective on a life full of wonderful friends, spectacular music and fond memories. There's a lot I could say about dawn what he and film in I mean, All those people and his musicians. I'm just going to reflect today. You got a cigarette? So let's see now. The coronavirus. Hospitalization rates are soaring. Uh huh, but the FDA has granted now it's official full approval. To the Pfizer Biontech Covid 19 Vaccine for People ages, 16 and older update The approval could help Ole concerns for those who are vaccine hesitant won't as all three vaccines available in the U. S so far have been distributed. Under emergency use authorization that they've been saying that that's what they're waiting for. I'm waiting for the FDA to get final approval. Okay, Let's see. You want lines of people at the firm stop on the way to work. There's a Walgreens on the way, just stopping their 15 minutes. If it does make a if it causes a I'm skeptical, but I hope so. I am hopeful because that was the excuse they were using. Now they'll come up with their moved the goalposts somewhere else. But this could also be good, though it's a deep state lawyers to help businesses and schools and and states enforce vaccine mandates about here. Such mandates could help quell the ever growing number of cases, especially in states that are experiencing a lack of available. I C u beds, the number of vaccine doses administrated. Daily has been or administer daily, I should say has been mostly over the past week with the three days surpassing a million reported doses. That's according to data published by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Meanwhile, the a daily average of new reported cases Is around 147,000. Experts are warning that it could surpassed 200,000 on the current Trajectory. Well, the Utah couple. Two women who were Killed at a campsite near Moab told friends that a creepy guy Was making them uncomfortable in the days prior to their deaths. They were camped out for quite some time. I guess investigators say that Kaylin Orc Island. I guess it is. Sophie and Crystal Turner were both shot and killed in the LaSalle Mountain campsite. Police are trying to figure out who killed him. And why. Bridget Calvert, who was an anti Michelle T spoke with the two news Friday and said the family is hoping the killer is captured quickly. There's been this creepy guy at our site. We're definitely moving campsites, she said. They had alerted her. Told her about that. I'd really like to see progress where it doesn't just feel like we're screaming. There's a killer out there. Please help. He she or they could be. Across the country. Now it's it's install. Ting is frustrating, and it's scary. Miss Calvert said. Um The Grand County Sheriff's Office said both women were shot multiple times. And investigators are following up on leads in the case, Sheriff Stephen White said that police did not believe there is an on growing ongoing threat to the community. Hopefully, it's not Uh, But, uh, Sheltie and Turner were married by the way and living in Moab. When they weren't camping in the La Sal Mountains. Um Two men were arrested. This is a puzzling story because not all the details are there. This is in Mona, Utah. Two men arrested Sunday after a person was found dead inside a car. Do. AB County Sheriff's deputies responded to reports of a disturbance at the park and pump gas station in Moana before one PM when they arrived, they found a female victim. Died of an apparent gunshot wound. Haven't released her name or her age. Police arrested two people for the shooting David, manual mistress and Richard Anthony Sanchez, both from South Dakota. The cops say they believe that they were involved in the victim's death. But they're not saying why they believe that, uh, the incident is being investigated as a murder. Authorities didn't say how they believe. The two men were involved in the murder, but they believe they were, uh, those things are all you know, And you want well, what's going on here but there and they aren't releasing those details. California recall election Gavin Newsom could be replaced. By a scary person. Well, I was I was saying Caitlyn Jenner, You should vote for Caitlyn Jenner if you're in that election, but I've changed my my view on that. I really don't think that I think you should vote for the guy that had the bear. I was scared. Campaigning with the bear. What? Whatever That guy's name was, I'd forgotten about him. He's still in the mix still in the mix still in the mix..

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"crystal turner" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

06:07 min | 3 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Majority of what we see is still gang related. It could be over turf could be over. Drug money. oftentimes tragically and this is a really tragic ones. It's all nothing with guns. So readily available. Shay told us more disputes get resolved with them and he said people seem more brazen carrying them more scene shootings wa- rounds being fired brazenness of an individual coming back to the crime scene being stopped and having a gun on. There's no doubt that we see in lack of fear of ago there is no official count of how many americans own guns but according to the small arms survey there are an estimated four hundred million guns in the united states the most heavily armed nation in the world in the last quarter century. The country has taken a broad view of the second amendment which enshrines the right to bear arms. I certainly don't think it was inevitable to the founders that this is where we would be because the second amendment was not intended at the time to mean that people could use guns to commit acts of violence. That were not in self defense. Certainly was never intended to mean that people could organize as their own private armies or private militias until the supreme court heller decision in two thousand eight permitted near universal gun ownership for self-defence. Mary mcchord at georgetown. Law said the second amendment was interpreted to only allow people to bear arms as part of a government regulated politically accountable militia. Even in that massive change to the way we understood the second amendment. Never did the supreme court suggests that there was a right to bear bear arms to commit acts of violence that there was a rate for anyone to have a firearm for any purpose whatsoever. The reality of america's affinity for guns his reinforced each week in shooting statistics not that crystal turner whose daughter and son were gunned down in ohio needs the reminder if the access to the gun was not as readily available the stories that we now tell we know we have different indian as a nation. We have marveled at how science can find vaccines for things like corona virus. But ask any doctor. And they'll tell you it's getting no easier to treat victims of gunshots. Our children are living and dying with guns. It is their reality. Lockdown drills in schools or is common now is fire drills. Abc's michelle franzen tells us what that does to children. Psychologically in watertown connecticut about twenty six miles from the side of the sandy hook elementary school. Shooting the squeak of swings chain and kids like little alexandra at this playground has special significance. Built in honor of don. Lafferty hawks brung the principle of sandy hook elementary one of six adults and twenty first and second grade students shot and killed in december. Two thousand twelve a mass shooting and this time gunfire aimed at elementary school children. This was dedicated to really all of the children and the teachers. But in particular hawks. Brung this is celebrating dawn's life and her love of teaching heads up the construction of those playgrounds for the charitable organization. Where angels play. Here's twani swings that represent the special number of the children and then the six other riding toys represent the educators. Sandy hook families united behind this project. We made sure that this was their project and Find a way to express how these beautiful children lived rather than how they left us. Twenty seven year old first grade teacher. Vicki soto lost her own life protecting her students from the gunman who was my my right hand. Sodo is the father of victoria. Soto known family and friends as vicky as a teacher. Joyce told the she wanted to be special different than other teachers. Carlos says the in action on gun violence following sandy hook is painful for him and his family like my son said when he went to washington a couple years ago when they had the shooting in florida he was seven years ago. My sister was killed and nothing has been done. What has changed a generation of k. Through twelve students growing up in the wake of the sandy hook elementary school shooting nearly nine years ago now preparing for the possibility of a shooting at their school. Even if they don't know butt handed there was a bayer at six year old liam telling his mom tara an abc news producer about his recent drill down and high. A layer of innocence lost no matter the age and a new norm says nineteen year old. Hannah jackets see like the pain in their face and like this house care they were when like the alarm would go off and it scared me to you know. She was in fifth grade. When the sandy hook shooting happened. That was at that point like it didn't really dawn on me that it was anything different. That is the reality of america. There's four hundred million plus goes in this country gun. Violence can affect family or child's life at any time. John woodrow cox is the author of children under fire. An american crisis cox estimates during a single school year forty eight million kids experience lockdowns even when they turned out to be false alarms. They leave their mark a meaningful number of that four eight nine kids thought at least momentarily that they might get shot to death in their school and we know that because they text their parents goodbye they write wills saying who they want their toys to go to They soil themselves. They weep our nation's kids on the front lines of this gun. Epidemic goes so far beyond the children who are physically wounded. It's the kids who were at the school or on playground when the shooting occurred and witnessed it. It's not just at school where children are at risk of gun violence search for the gunman in the shooting. That killed a six year old little girl just weeks ago. Six-year-old nyah. courtney was struck and killed by a bullet while riding her scooter on a sidewalk in southeast washington. Dc her grandmother andrea. Courtney did.

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"crystal turner" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Gun violence with. It's unfair burdens. An ever growing death toll shot and killed my son murderer. Police say the increase in shootings is much of the time due to urban gangs but there are also variants involving warring drug traffickers mass shootings domestic violence and suicide. All of it experts say fueled by the health and economic strains wrought by cova nineteen and powered by the uniquely american affinity for an access to guns all joke. i ran crime strategies. He can't shoot somebody without a gun as the police commissioner in new york city identify. Who's carrying guns cops going out there and making arrests taking the gun off. The street is great but really what we need is individual carry gun off the and yet guns proliferate with consequences for a cross section of american families. My name is crystal turner. I currently reside in jacksonville florida. And i'm speaking with aaron today because unfortunately two of my biological children Twenty nine year old daughter. Julia and my twenty three year old son donyo at that time. We'll both murder together. To of crystal turner's grown children were victims of a shooting in columbus. Ohio fueled by domestic violence. Her daughter genera had filed for divorce. From roy harveson who then came to the parking lot of the daycare center. She founded an ambushed her and her brother at lunchtime at twelve noon. There were twenty two rounds. That were found. A lot of couples have job stress. Childcare stress with postpartum the difference here was a gun yes access to again roy. Harveson is now serving a life sentence but he altered crystal turner's life and the lives of her relatives and unfortunately we know today that there are millions of other families now who have very similar stories in have very similar experiences. Ginny shows family is another forever changed by gun. Violence doubt survived a mass shooting which happened at his workplace accurately hearing gunshots. Twenty nineteen sitting employee opened fire at the municipal center in virginia beach. A mass shooting that left twelve people dead feels completely surreal for something the severe hit so close to home and yet on the other hand. I'm fully aware of the pain that so many families experienced that night. Even though your dad thank god was okay. Trauma sticks with people forever. No one may understand that more than deandra. Dyke's husan dre. Knox was struck by a stray bullet in indianapolis all up. Some allegedly. Some young man started shooting outside of the home and struck. My son in the back of the head of stray bullet flew through window Glitter as a number project Doesn't talk and he hasn't walked in over seven in whereabout at seven and a half years relived lived but as his mom told us his life was taken. We have to bathe him. We have to dress him. Everything goes through his tube. We have to lift him in and out of bed and put them in his wheelchair. We have to roll him over. We have to change diapers and that's from a single stray bullet. It's not a physical loss the way most people see it but i have lost to join us in. I have lost. Two jury was ever gonna be who we hoped and he hoped i haven't heard him talking seven and a half years but you know what i'm sure he's thinking and wondering and there's times were sitting there tears roll down. His eyes in those are the moments i know. He's wondering. How did i get in this space. The under dyke's has turned her pain into advocacy. After we tally and mourn the dead she wants us to think about the wounded. I was treated if. Why are you here. Your son live and then i began sharing what living a gunshot wound to the back left of your skull. Looks like and people were like. Oh wow deandra. Dyke's genie chev crystal turner three women whose lives were permanently altered by gun violence weather from a stray bullet. A mass shooting or domestic violence. And then there's giovannia mcdowell whose son was killed by accident. John was visiting family in our hometown of savannah georgia on his spring break He was shot and killed by another team. Plan with an unsecure fire arm. Kid never realized there was a bullet in the chamber so july told him to put the gun away he say look not loaded pulling the trigger on strike and john and his chest. She too is an advocate for secure storage of firearms as a matter of safety in saving lives. And we can't be casual about it because being casual can lead to casualties. Do we have to do this now as parents do. We have to ask before our kids go on a play date somewhere. Do you have a gun. And is it properly stored. Yes i think that we have to Because we can never be. I'm so sure that everyone will operate and do the things that we do in our homes all of these kinds of shootings accidental domestic suicide stray mass casualty. They're all contributing to the nationwide increase but in many cities the biggest drivers of gun violence are gangs. What we're seeing is just kind of a war zone. Tap type of atmosphere bald aroma. Is the police chief in fresno california. You mentioned active shooters and mass shootings though. That's something that we trained for. And that's in our radar those relatively infrequent when you consider that this weekend we're probably going to have probably ten shootings across the country. New york police. Commissioner dermott says the same fast.

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"crystal turner" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

08:03 min | 3 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"Taking their knives he had shot and killed of my son. And my daughter police say the increase in shootings is much of the time due to urban gangs but there are also variants involving warring drug traffickers mass shootings domestic violence and suicide. All of it experts say fueled by the health and economic strains wrought by cova nineteen and powered by the uniquely american affinity for an access to guns joke when i ran crime. Strategies can't shoot somebody without a gun as the police commissioner in new york city identify. Who's carrying guns. The going out there making the arrests taking the gun off the street is great but really what we need. Is we need the individual carrying a gun district and yet guns proliferate with consequences for a cross section of american families. My name is crystal turner. I currently reside in jacksonville florida. And i'm speaking with you erin today because unfortunately two of my biological children My twenty nine year old daughter and my twenty three year old son the at that time both murder together. to of crystal turner's grown children were victims of a shooting in columbus. Ohio fueled by domestic violence. Her daughter genera had filed for divorce from roy. Harveson who then came to the parking lot of the daycare center. She founded and ambushed her and her brother at lunchtime on at twelve noon. There were twenty two rounds. That were found. A lot of couples have job stress. Childcare stress with postpartum the difference here was a gun yes access to again roy. Harveson is now serving a life sentence but he altered crystal turner's life and the lives of her relatives and unfortunately we know today that there are millions of other families now who have very similar stories in have very similar experiences. Jimmy shows family is another forever changed by gun. Violence doubt survived a mass shooting which happened at his workplace so accurately hearing gunshots. Twenty nineteen sitting employee opened fire at the municipal center in virginia beach. A mass shooting that left twelve people did yours completely. Surreal for something. The severe hit so close to home and yet on the other hand. I'm fully aware of the pain that so many families experienced that night. Even though you're dead. Thank god was okay. It's trauma sticks with people forever. No one may understand that. More than de'andre dyke's husan dray. Knox was struck by a stray bullet in indianapolis thirteen years. Old up some allegedly. Some young men started shooting outside of the home. Instruct my son in the back of the head. A stray bullet flew through window. left as a number quadriplegic so he doesn't talk and he hasn't walked in over seven in whereabout at seven and a half years relived but as his mom told us his life was taken. We have to bathe him. We have to dress him. Everything goes through his tube. We have to lift him in and out of bed to put him in his wheelchair. We have to roll him over. We have to change diapers and that's from a single stray bullet. It's not a physical lost the way that most people see it but i have lost to dry was in. I have lost. Two jury was ever gonna be who we hoped and he hoped i haven't heard him talk and that when a half years but you know what i'm sure he's thinking and wondering and there's times we're we're sitting there cheers wrote down. His is in. Those are the moments i know. He's wondering. How did i get in this space. The under dyke's has turned her pain into advocacy. After we tally and mourn the dead she wants us to think about wounded. I was treated as if. Why are you here. Your son live and then i began sharing what living a gunshot wound to the back left of your skull. Looks like and people were like. Oh wow deandra. Dyke's genie shah crystal turner three women whose lives were permanently altered by gun violence weather from a stray bullet. A mass shooting or domestic violence. And then there's giovannia mcdowell whose son was killed by accident. John was visiting family in our hometown of savannah georgia on his spring break. He was shot and killed by another team. Plan with an unsecured. Firearm kid never realized there was a bullet in the chamber. So wine july told him to put the gun away. He said look. It's not loaded pulling the trigger on strike and john his chest. She too is an advocate for secure storage of firearms as a matter of safety in saving lives. And we can't be casual about it because being casual can lead to casualties. Do we have to do this now as parents do. We have to ask before our kids go on a play date somewhere. Do you have a gun. And is it properly stored. Yes i think that we have to Because we can never be. I'm so sure that everyone will operate and do the things that we do in our homes all of these kinds of shootings accidental domestic suicide stray mass casualty. They're all contributing to the nationwide increase but in many cities the biggest drivers of gun violence are gangs. What we're seeing is just kind of a war zone tap type of atmosphere. alco bala. Rama is the police chief in fresno california. You mentioned active shooters and mass shootings though. That's something that we trained for. And that's an ra dr Those are relatively infrequent when you consider that this weekend. We're probably going to have probably ten shootings across the country. New york police commissioner dermott. Shay says the same. The vast majority of what we see is still gang related. It could be over overturf. it could be over. drug money. Oftentimes tragically and this is really the tragic ones. It's all nothing with guns. So readily available. Shay told us more disputes get resolved with them and he said people see more brazen carrying them more on the scene. Shootings more rounds. Be fire the brazenness of an individual coming back to the crime scene being stopped and having a gun on. There's no doubt that we see in lack of fear of karen. There is no official count of how many americans own guns but according to the small arms survey there are an estimated four hundred million guns in the united states the most heavily armed nation in the world in the last quarter century. The country is taken a broad view of the second amendment which enshrines the right to bear arms. I certainly don't think it was inevitable to the founders that this is where we would be because the second amendment was not intended at the time to mean that people could use guns to commit acts of violence that we're not in self defense certainly was never intended to mean that people could organize as their own private armies or private militias until the supreme court's heller decision in two thousand eight permitted near universal gun ownership for self-defence. Mary mcchord at georgetown. Law said the second amendment was interpreted to only allow people to bear arms as part of a government regulated politically accountable militia. Even in debt massive change to the way we understood the second amendment never did the supreme court six suggests that there was a right to bear bear arms to commit acts of violence that there was a rate for anyone to have a firearm for any purpose whatsoever. The reality of america's affinity for guns his reinforced each week in shooting statistics not that crystal turner whose daughter and son were gunned down in ohio needs. The reminder s the access to the gun was not as readily available the stories that we now tell we know would have different indian as a nation we have marveled at how science can find vaccines for things like corona virus. But ask any doctor. And they'll tell you it's getting no easier to treat victims of gunshots. Aaron katersky abc news new york..

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"crystal turner" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on COVID-19: What You Need to Know

"It's happening all over and all too often. America struggles to emerge from one pandemic. The nation is besieged by another. We got stopped at once in college. We got a mail shot down. get down. The country tries to recover from kobe. Nineteen with it's unfair burdens and incomprehensible death toll and is thickened new by gun violence with it's unfair burdens and ever growing death toll. Taking their knives he had shot and killed of my son. And my daughter police say the increase in shootings is much of the time due to urban gangs but there are also variants involving warring drug traffickers mass shootings domestic violence and suicide. All of it experts say fueled by the health and economic strains wrought by cova nineteen and powered by the uniquely american affinity for an access to guns joke when i ran crime. Strategies can't shoot somebody without a gun as the police commissioner in new york city identify. Who's carrying guns. The going out there making the arrests taking the gun off the street is great but really what we need. Is we need the individual carrying a gun district and yet guns proliferate with consequences for a cross section of american families. My name is crystal turner. I currently reside in jacksonville florida. And i'm speaking with you erin today because unfortunately two of my biological children My twenty nine year old daughter and my twenty three year old son the at that time both murder together. to of crystal turner's grown children were victims of a shooting in columbus. Ohio fueled by domestic violence. Her daughter genera had filed for divorce from roy. Harveson who then came to the parking lot of the daycare center. She founded and ambushed her and her brother at lunchtime on at twelve noon. There were twenty two rounds. That were found. A lot of couples have job stress. Childcare stress with postpartum the difference here was a gun yes access to again roy. Harveson is now serving a life sentence

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Gun Violence in America: Defining the Problem

COVID-19: What You Need to Know

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Gun Violence in America: Defining the Problem

"It's happening all over and all too often. America struggles to emerge from one pandemic. The nation is besieged by another. We got stopped at once in college. We got a mail shot down. get down. The country tries to recover from kobe. Nineteen with it's unfair burdens and incomprehensible death toll and is thickened new by gun violence with it's unfair burdens and ever growing death toll. Taking their knives he had shot and killed of my son. And my daughter police say the increase in shootings is much of the time due to urban gangs but there are also variants involving warring drug traffickers mass shootings domestic violence and suicide. All of it experts say fueled by the health and economic strains wrought by cova nineteen and powered by the uniquely american affinity for an access to guns joke when i ran crime. Strategies can't shoot somebody without a gun as the police commissioner in new york city identify. Who's carrying guns. The going out there making the arrests taking the gun off the street is great but really what we need. Is we need the individual carrying a gun district and yet guns proliferate with consequences for a cross section of american families. My name is crystal turner. I currently reside in jacksonville florida. And i'm speaking with you erin today because unfortunately two of my biological children My twenty nine year old daughter and my twenty three year old son the at that time both murder together. to of crystal turner's grown children were victims of a shooting in columbus. Ohio fueled by domestic violence. Her daughter genera had filed for divorce from roy. Harveson who then came to the parking lot of the daycare center. She founded and ambushed her and her brother at lunchtime on at twelve noon. There were twenty two rounds. That were found. A lot of couples have job stress. Childcare stress with postpartum the difference here was a gun yes access to again roy. Harveson is now serving a life sentence

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"crystal turner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:21 min | 9 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Right now, the family has has their own piece of land and house. All the Children go to school. I'd say they're very well integrated, considering the background, so I'd say there are a lot of bombs for them ahead. I think they have a really good start and they work for it really hard to do. Johnny Chuck is director of a Casa. Home. You can stream it online now. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you so much. Scott. Take care. David Gilkey was one headed bull shouldered good humor. Loyal, brave, meticulous, sometimes little Matic and deeply sensitive to the world, his friends his work. Covered hurricanes, floods, famine, tsunamis and wars by bringing his feet, which he called the greatest zoom lens ever invented close in the lives of people. David Gilkey was NPR's staff photographer. He enjoyed all the jokes about taking pictures for a radio network. Photographed the little things I had stopped seeing, he once wrote. The Taliban ambushed and killed David and his friends and interpreter Zabihullah Tamano in June. 2016 friends, including NPR's Quil, Lawrence, Tom Bowman, David Greene and Julie McCarthy, have shared Memories. In a book of David's photographs, pictures on the radio, and we are honored to be joined by a light a guilty David's mother from Portland, Oregon. Thanks so much for being with us, Elijah. My pleasure. Please tell us about him growing up the little boy in the basement. He was a bit of a handful. When he was growing up. My husband, Dick was a school administrator, but he really loved photography. And so when we built our house, she put a darkroom in the basement, and we discovered later that when we would send David downstairs to go play with all the toys in that part of the basement, he would often go in and look at his dad's photographs, which were standing up in a Big Cabinet. Dick showed both kids how to use the dark room and David really took to it. He just thought that was wonderful. Um, you note in the book, he had some wild times as a teen. Anything you can tell us about. No, I don't think so. Oh, that wild. Was his camera, a kind of passport to the world. Do you think? Oh, definitely. Yes. He loved to travel loved to go and see places so the camera was just perfect for him, and when he got his first job with a newspaper In Boulder, Colorado. Then the company that owned that Knight Ridder. Send him to South Africa. And that was just he just thought that was wonderful. Then when you went to NPR that was just perfect. Because he could travel the world from there a ladder. I gotta ask. Did you worry about him? Of course, always. When he was growing up. He was always doing things fast anyway. I mean, he skied fast. He skated fast. He was on the roller speed skating team. Which was just the perfect thing for him. Yeah. The photos in this book are Her utterly stunning and just to note a few. There's back. I think the cover photograph is Marine. Lance Corporal Espinosa in Helmand province, wiping the sweat from his eyes with his gloved finger and Crystal Turner Marine vet hugging her year and a half old daughter to her knees. And then Palestinian man on the West Bank, holding his his dead pet bird after an attack. These air these air details of lives that often go unnoticed. Do you think that's what David was looking for? I think so, yes. All of his pictures seemed to have a story and I have some hanging in my apartment, and I know that people will come into my apartment. No, look at them, and they want to know more about what That is A picture of what's the story behind that? I think that was a part of the magic of his photographs. Did he talk to you about people who photographed when he'd come home? No. Didn't talk much about the places he had been. He would answer my questions, but I had to come up with the right question. This is personal. I have to ask. Did you ever Have you ever heard him to stop as he approached his fifties, you know, say, Come on, David settled down and Happy Valley. I talked to him about it once and I said, What kind of photography do you really want to do? And he said, Well, I want to do the kind where I have to go out into the world and find out what's happening. And I said, Well, I guess you're never gonna be a wedding photographer, and he shouldn't No way. No way. It was just what he wanted to do. Why do you think people opened up their lives to him? There's so many did will. There was just something about him. That was I don't really know how to describe, but there's something about his personality that Just seemed to put people at ease. And so they would just talk to him. What do you hope? People will know about your son as they go through this book? I hope that they will realize that he Was very sensitive. And, uh, that kind of guy. I'm in a little trouble when he was growing up because people didn't realize how sensitive you want this, but He was a good son. Lyta Gilkey, the book of photographs by her son and our friend, David Gilkey. His.

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"crystal turner" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:05 min | 9 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on KCRW

"Right now, the family has has their own piece of land and house. All the Children go to school. I'd say they're very well integrated, considering their background. So I'd say, Look, there are a lot of bumps for them ahead. I think they have a really good start and they work for it really hard. Due, Giorni took his director of a Casa. Home. You can stream it online now. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you so much. Scott, Take good care. David Gilkey was blunt headed bull shouldered good humor. Loyal, brave, meticulous, sometimes little manic and deeply sensitive to the world, his friends his work. Covered hurricanes, floods, famine, tsunamis and wars by bringing his feet which he called the greatest zoom lens ever invented. Close. And if the lives of people David Gilkey was NPR's staff photographer. He enjoyed all the jokes about taking pictures for a radio network. Photographed the little things I had stopped seeing, he once wrote. The Taliban ambushed and killed David and his friends and interpreter Zabihullah Tomonaga in June 2016 Friends, including NPR's Quil Lawrence, Tom Bowman, David Greene and Julie McCarthy have shared Memories. In the book of David's photographs, pictures on the radio. And we are honored to be joined by a lighter Gilkey, David's mother from Portland, Oregon. Thanks so much for being with us, Elijah. My pleasure. Please tell us about him growing up the little boy in the basement. He was a bit of a handful. When he was growing up. My husband, Dick was a school administrator, but he really loved photography. And so when we built our house, he put a darkroom in the basement, and we discovered later that when we would send David downstairs to go play with all the toys in that part of the basement. He would often go in and look at his dad's photographs, which were standing up in a big Cabinet. Dick showed both kids how to use the dark room. David really took to it. He just thought that was wonderful. Um, you note in the book, he had some wild times as a teen. Anything you can tell us about. No, I don't think so. Oh, that wild was his camera. Kind of passport to the world. Do you think? Oh, definitely. Yes, He loved to travel loved to go and see places so the camera was just perfect for him, and when he got his first job with a newspaper In Boulder, Colorado. Then the company that owned that Knight Ridder. Send him to South Africa. And that was just he just thought that was wonderful. Then when you went to NPR that was just perfect because he could travel the world from there. Glad I got to ask. Did you worry about him? Of course. Always When he was growing up. He was always doing things fast anyway. I mean, he skied fast. He skated fast. He was on the roller speed skating team. Which was just the perfect thing for him. Yeah. The photos in this book are Utterly stunning and just to note a few. There's Like I think the cover photograph is Marine. Lance Corporal Espinosa in Helmand province, wiping the sweat from his eyes with his gloved finger and Crystal Turner Marine vet hugging her year and a half old daughter to her knees. And then Palestinian man on the West Bank, holding his his dead pet bird after an attack. These air these air details of lives that often go unnoticed. Do you think that's what David was looking for? I think so, yes. All of his pictures seemed to have a story. And I have some hanging in my apartment, and I know that people will come into my apartment. No, look at them, and they want to know more about what That is A picture of what's the story behind that? And I think that was a part of the magic of his photographs. Did he talk to you about people who photographed when he'd come home? No. Didn't talk much about the places he had been. He would answer my questions, but I had to come up with the right question. This is personal. But I have to ask. Did you ever did you ever urge him to stop as he approached his fifties, you know, say, Come on, David settled down and Happy Valley. I talked to him about it once. And I said, uh, What kind of photography do you really want to do? And he said, Well, I want to do The kind where I have to go out into the world and find out what's happening. And I said, Well, I guess you're never going to be a wedding photographer, and he shouldn't no way and no, it was just what he wanted to do. Why do you think people opened up their lives to him? So many did will There was just something about him. That was I don't really know how to describe, but there's something about his personality did. Just seemed to put people at ease. And so they would just talk to him. What do you hope? People will know about your son as they go through this book? I hope that they will realize that he Was very sensitive. And, uh,.

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"crystal turner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:14 min | 9 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Right now, the family has has their own piece of land and house. All the Children go to school. I'd say they're very well integrated, considering their background, So I'd say there are a lot of bombs for them ahead. I think they have a really good start and they work for it really hard. Due, Giorni took his director of a Casa. Home. You can stream it online now. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you. So much for figure kid. David Gilkey was blunt headed bull shouldered good humor. Loyal, brave, meticulous, sometimes little Matic and deeply sensitive to the world, his friends his work. Covered hurricanes, floods, famine, tsunamis and wars by bringing his feet which he called the greatest zoom lens ever invented. Close enough lives of people. David Gilkey was NPR's staff photographer. He enjoyed all the jokes about taking pictures for a radio network. I photographed the little things I had stopped seeing. He once wrote. The Taliban ambushed and killed David and his friends and interpreter Zabihullah Tamano in June 2016 Friends, including NPR's Quil Lawrence, Tom Bowman, David Greene and Julie McCarthy have shared memories. In a book of David's photographs, pictures on the radio, and we are honored to be joined by a light a guilty David's mother from Portland, Oregon. Thanks so much for being with us A lighter my pleasure. Please tell us about him growing up the little boy in the basement. He was a bit of a handful. When he was growing up. My husband, Dick was a school administrator, but he really loved photography. And so when we built our house, he put a darkroom in the basement, and we discovered later that when we would send David downstairs to go play with all the toys in that part of the basement. He would often go in and look at his dad's photographs, which were standing up in a big cabinet. They showed both kids how to use the dark room. David really took to it. He just thought that was wonderful. Um, you note in the book, he had some wild times as a teen. Anything you can tell us about. No, I don't think so. Oh, that wild. Was his camera, a kind of passport to the world. Do you think? Oh, definitely. Yes. He loved to travel loved to go and see places so the camera was just perfect for him, and when he got his first job with a newspaper In Boulder, Colorado, then the company that owned that Knight Ridder sent him to South Africa. And that was just he just thought that was wonderful. Then when you went to NPR that was just perfect because he could travel the world from there. Glad I got to ask you to worry about him. Of course, always. When he was growing up. He was always doing things fast anyway. I mean, he skied fast. He skated fast. He was on the roller speed skating team. Which was just the perfect thing for him. Yeah. The photos in this book are Are utterly stunning. And just to note a few there's like I think the cover photograph is Marine. That's Corporal Espinosa in Helmand province, wiping the sweat from his eyes with his gloved finger and Crystal Turner Marine vet hugging her year and a half old daughter to her knees. And then Palestinian man on the West Bank, holding his his dead pet bird after an attack. These air these air details of lives that often go unnoticed. Do you think that's what David was looking for? I think so, yes. All of his pictures seemed to have a story and I have some hanging in my apartment, and I know that people will come into my apartment. No, look at them, and they want to know more about what That is A picture of what's the story behind that? I think that was a part of the magic of his photographs. Did he talk to you about people who photographed when he'd come home? No. Didn't talk much about the places he had been. He would answer my questions, but I had to come up with the right question. This is personal. I have to ask. Did you ever did you ever urge him to stop as he approached his fifties, you know, say, Come on, David settled down and Happy Valley. I talked to him about it once and I said, What kind of photography do you really want to do? And he said, Well, I want to do the kind where I have to go out into the world and find out what's happening. And I said, Well, I guess you're never gonna be a wedding photographer, and he shouldn't No way. No way. It was just what he wanted to do. Why do you think people opened up their lives to him? So many did will There was just something about him. That was I don't really know how to describe, but there's something about his personality did. Just seemed to put people at ease. And so they would just talk to him. What do you hope? People will know about your son? As they go through this book, I hope that they will realize that he Was very sensitive. And, uh, that kind of guy. I'm in a little trouble when he was growing up because people didn't realize how sensitive you was. But He was a good son..

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"crystal turner" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:17 min | 9 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Right now, the family has has their own piece of land and house. All the Children go to school. I'd say they're very well integrated, considering their background. Oh, I see. Well, there are a lot of bumps for them ahead. I think they have a really good start and they work for it really hard. Do. Charney took his director of a Casa. Home. You can stream it online now. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you so much for taking care. David Gilkey was blunt headed bull shouldered good humor. Loyal, brave, meticulous, sometimes little Matic and deeply sensitive to the world, his friends his work. Covered hurricanes, floods, famine, tsunamis and wars by bringing his feet which he called the greatest zoom lens ever invented. Close. And the lives of people. David Gilkey was NPR's staff photographer. He enjoyed all the jokes about taking pictures for a radio network. Photographed the little things I had stopped seeing, he once wrote. The Taliban ambush can kill David and his friend and interpreter Zabihullah Tamano in June 2016 Friends, including NPR's Quil Lawrence, Tom Bowman, David Greene and Julie McCarthy have shared Memories. In a book of David's photographs, pictures on the radio, and we are honored to be joined by a light a guilty David's mother from Portland, Oregon. Thanks so much for being with us, Elijah. My pleasure. Please tell us about him growing up the little boy in the basement. He was a bit of a handful. When he was growing up. My husband, Dick was a school administrator, but he really loved photography. And so when we built our house, he put a darkroom in the basement, and we discovered later that when we would send David downstairs to go play with all the toys in that part of the basement. He would often go in and look at his dad's photographs, which were standing up in a big Cabinet. Dick showed both kids how to use the dark room. David really took to it. He just thought that was wonderful. Um, you note in the book he had some wild times is a team. Anything you can tell us about. No, I don't think so. Oh, that wild. Was his camera, a kind of passport to the world. Do you think? Oh, definitely. Yes. He loved to travel loved to go and see places so the camera was just perfect for him, and when he got his first job with a newspaper In Boulder, Colorado, then the company that owned that Knight Ridder. Send him to South Africa. And that was just he just thought that was wonderful. Then when you went to NPR that was just perfect because he could travel the world from there. Glad I got to ask you to worry about him. Of course, Always. When he was growing up. He was always doing things fast anyway. I mean, he skied fast. He skated fast. He was on the roller speed skating team. Which was just the perfect thing for him. Yeah. The photos in this book are Are utterly stunning. And just to note a few there's like I think the cover photograph is Marine. Lance Corporal Espinosa in Helmand province, wiping the sweat from his eyes with his gloved finger and Crystal Turner Marine vet hugging her year and a half old daughter to her knees. And then Palestinian man on the West Bank, holding his his dead pet bird after an attack. These air these air details of lives that often go unnoticed. Do you think that's what David was looking for? I think so. Yes, all of his pictures. Seemed to have a story and I have some hanging in my apartment, and I know that people will come into my apartment. No, look at them, and they want to know more about what That is A picture of what's the story behind that? And I think that was a part of the magic of his photographs. Did he talk to you about people who photographed when he'd come home? No. Talk much about the places he had been. He would answer my questions, but I had to come up with the right question. This is personal. I have to ask. Did you ever did you ever urge him to stop as he approached his fifties, you know, say, Come on, David settled down and Happy Valley. I talked to him about it once and I said, What kind of photography do you really want to do? And he said, Well, I want to do the kind where I have to go out into the world and find out what's happening. And I said, Well, I guess you're never gonna be a wedding photographer, and he should know away and no way it was just what he wanted to do. Why do you think people opened up their lives to him? As so many did will There was just something about him. That was I don't really know how to describe, but there's something about his personality did. Just seemed to put people at ease. And so they would just talk to him. What do you hope? People will know about your son as they go through this book? I hope that they will realize that he Was very sensitive. And, uh, that kind of guy. I'm in a little trouble when he was growing up because people didn't realize how sensitive you was, but, uh, He was a good son. Lyta Gilkey. The.

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"crystal turner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:12 min | 9 months ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As a generalization, Do you think the Children were happy? Oh, man, that Z. Not an easy question. I think there were there was happy as we were when we were kids. When we only needed our basic needs to be fulfilled in order to have enough space to just enjoy the world and discover it and so on, So I think they were happy. Um they become more and more unhappy after after moving into the city. Obviously, it's interesting to in the film. Speaking for myself, you don't realize the family is Roma. Until the Children begin to hear it shouted at them when they're being bullied. Because that's when they heard it for the first time. Yeah, the younger ones. And I'm talking about full on rage against them only for having darker skin on day talking a bit different. S so it was a shock for us. I mean, we live in this quiet country and we're quite aware off. The realities of some of the minorities living here are facing But we never know that it's so in your faith. You know, at the surface, you know that Jessica has died. Can you tell us how the family is doing now? Integration sometimes happens over the course of generations, especially for four people that come from minorities that have been abused and discriminated against for centuries. But at this point, even during filming with build this thing that was called the social Project, a Casa Will be built A platform on then invited a lot of volunteers, but also doctors and educators, social assistance, psychologists and so on. And we mediated all sorts of services and resource is for the family in a way that was appropriate for their peculiar social situations. Peculiar is one way of putting it absolutely extraordinary and unprecedented, isn't it isn't and from a social point of view, any authority from any country would have been overwhelmed with their social case. Right now, the family has has their own piece of land and house. All the Children go to school. I'd say they're very well integrated, considering their background. So I'd say, Look, there are a lot of bums for them ahead. I think they have a really good start and they work for it really hard. Due, Giorni took his director of a Casa. Home. You can stream it online now. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you so much. Got figured care. David Gilkey was blunt headed bull shouldered good humor. Loyal, brave, meticulous, sometimes little Matic and deeply sensitive to the world, his friends his work. Covered hurricanes, floods, famine, tsunamis and wars by bringing his feet which he called the greatest zoom lens ever invented. Close. Live lives of people. David Gilkey was NPR's staff photographer. He enjoyed all the jokes about taking pictures for a radio network. Photographed the little things I had stopped seeing, he once wrote. The Taliban ambushed and killed David and his friends and interpreter Zabihullah Tomonaga in June 2016 Friends, including NPR's Quil Lawrence, Tom Bowman, David Greene and Julie McCarthy have shared Memories. In a book of David's photographs, pictures on the radio, and we are honored to be joined by a lighter Gilkey, David's mother from Portland, Oregon. Thanks so much for being with us Ally to my pleasure. Please tell us about him growing up the little boy in the basement. He was a bit of a handful. When he was growing up. My husband, Dick was a school administrator, but he really loved photography. And so when we built our house, he put a darkroom in the basement, and we discovered later that when we would send David downstairs to go Play with all the toys in that part of the basement. He would often go in and look at his dad's photographs, which were standing up in a big Cabinet. Dick showed both kids how to use the dark room. David really took to it. He just thought that was wonderful. Um, you note in the book, he had some wild times as a teen. Anything you can tell us about. No, I don't think so. Oh, that wild was his camera. Kind of passport to the world. Do you think? Oh, definitely. Yes, He loved to travel loved to go and see places so the camera was just perfect for him, and when he got his first job with a newspaper In Boulder, Colorado. Then the company that owned that Knight Ridder. Send him to South Africa. And that was just he just thought that was wonderful. Then when you went to NPR that was just perfect because he could travel the world from there. Glad I got to ask. Did you worry about him? Of course. Always When he was growing up. He was always doing things fast anyway. I mean, he skied fast. He skated fast. He was on the roller speed skating team. Which was just the perfect thing for him. Yeah. The photos in this book are Utterly stunning and just to note a few. There's Like I think the cover photograph is Marine. Lance Corporal Espinosa in Helmand province, wiping the sweat from his eyes with his gloved finger and Crystal Turner Marine vet hugging her year and a half old daughter to her knees. And then Palestinian man on the West Bank, holding his his dead pet bird after an attack. These air these air details of lives that often go unnoticed. Do you think that's what David was looking for? I think so, yes. All of his pictures seemed to have a story. And I have some hanging in my apartment, and I know the people will come into my apartment. No, look at them, and they want to know more about what That is A picture of what's the story behind that? And I think that was a part of the magic of his photographs. Did he talk to you about people who photographed when he'd come home? No talk much about the places he had been. He would answer my questions, but I had to come up with the right question. This is personal..

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"crystal turner" Discussed on What's Nexxt!!!

What's Nexxt!!!

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"crystal turner" Discussed on What's Nexxt!!!

"So. Guys. What are you have? Wesley will go first to you again who's your shoutouts this week? man. That's good. Oh. Oh. This week. About Been in a loop I wouldn't even believe. Also. For the woman spot. Nah. Nah Nah Nah. Great, meeting, yesterday with the a day you. And I know everybody. And you know I would like to kind of shot him out. You know 'cause sometimes from time to time we they made noise but lately is kind of being quiet and just to acknowledge that there's still you know focused on the community and really making tremendous efforts into rebuilding and really pushing out their projects just want acknowledge you know. With the neighborhood initiative and what they're trying to do for the east side Kansas City. See I had one it is adequate. You know but is Lee shot out to everybody AC. Wait this. Really. Take this movement and really went forward with it. I think everybody used their voice started speaking up in a really raising awareness and so really I think everybody is. Using their ability to create change you know that's my shoutout is just candidate yourself. Don't know that was a really good shot to. Daniel. And and Miss Edwards they're doing their thing over there. So as a Ebony I coach Raton what you got for your candidates this week. A shot I would probably be Trailer my guy down with a apple pie in the in the in the. garden in the fresh food. There in the city and then Crystal Turner She is working on restarting the National Organization for the Freedom Schools in. Kansas City. So had a few meetings with her side about what she's doing. We haven't had freedom schools here for a couple of years. In Kansas City I, know a lot of us know the history that in the summers and what it means for. Our children, and so I'm just excited to be to see her doing that, and then to have her kind of spearheading that operation in the last one is nyla bullets. She is the new director of the Mentality Volleyball Club She's the head coach Ray town high school. So former Central High School in Park University player Now, she's heading up that for us. I'm excited to have her. Though. Don't doubt though. Awesome. Okay. Will you come to that classic moment for us on Wednesdays where Tehran has got a list of twenty five people's and? I to make sure he doesn't take your shoutouts. GonNa. To my family Lawrence. Neha Richardson Brandon Ellison. Kia a Mazda, my cousin was her birthday this week a busy been with eight, one, six day. Got The shirt. A day. Joey Thomas like to go sat out to Earl Watson. He's doing big stuff over on the Kansas Side I. See him Kansas City chiefs I see the sign it's you know the big signs now. So hopefully, super bowl. The teachers the librarians in elect to shots tutors..

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