40 Burst results for "Eighteen Years Old"
3 US Mass Shootings Occurred in Under 6 Hours
"Underway around the us after three mass shootings in just six hours. They happened in the cities of austin texas chicago illinois and savannah. Georgia i. Nine people were shot in savannah including a toddler and a teenager on friday night. One man was killed so far. Police don't have any suspects or many details about exactly what happens then early saturday morning. The one in austin happened police say two gunmen opened fire. On a crowded downtown street one person was killed and thirteen others hurt. One shooter who is younger than eighteen years old was arrested. The other is still on the run next less than an hour later in chicago to men opened fire on a group of people on the city's south side. One woman was killed. Nine other people were hurt. Police are still looking for suspects in that shooting to satellite. These three shootings are part of a disturbing trend in the us. The gun violence archive says so far this year there have been two hundred sixty seven mass shootings that group too finds a mass shooting as an incident in which four or more people are shot. And it's not alone and tracking the trend. Usa today spoke to a criminologist who blames a lot of divisiveness in the world. Today on top of more guns and warm weather he calls it a quote potentially deadly
Fresh update on "eighteen years old" discussed on Essential Craftsman Podcast
"You can order like piece count from the warehouse is what you call you so you find a vendor in portland who's willing to sell to you. Now get at this. This is this is kind of strange on how quickly it moves. I called the vendor on monday. They're like oh yeah. We got loads. Got twenty five units for sale right now this particular site. The next call to me was like dude. I got three called and twenty minutes later. They're gone man that bougara. When you get your next truck. I get it on friday. You know so. It's like it's gone like immediately. People were filling their inventory. Looks backup. we're out of the siding. We're waiting for our trump. he is so i mean. We're not completely our down to our last year units here but this is how quickly that stuff is moving along. And from what i understand. That is a trucking. Issue is on a manufacturing issues. You know anything else is just transportation so at some point that will free up. Yes that is really interesting. Okay so Change topics slightly. You've been around contractors and building materials. And i know you've worked in the trades yourself as well and i'm sure you have a lot of listeners in e-mailers people contacting you like i'm interested in you know working in the trades in this way. Can you talk about some of the things. You've seen among contractors that the really successful ones who've been there for decades what kind of separates those from the ones who can who kind of wash out. It's tough trade. It's a tough industry. Do you have anything to say about. What what it takes for a contractor to weather all of these just uncertain uncertainties that you know exist and maybe to represent also. We didn't mention a fairly but the contractors are really taking a beating on this lumber issue and it's there they don't even get much sympathy but could you imagine having the the contracts to right to build a custom beautiful custom home and it's ink's dry and then be on the hook for. If the contract was not written properly i guess but they. They've been taking a beating. I'm sure some of them Yeah and i've here. And i'm hearing of contracts hearing contractors backing out like paying. Would you know a deposit. fine fee. whatever I'm here like contractors back because they simply can you know pay. They can't they can't make this contract valuable matter what they do no matter what cuts day labor. Whatever they do they cannot make the contract valuable backing out of or they're getting to try to get the customer to renegotiate now most customers. Who want the house. You're going to have to renegotiate on it. Because if they back out a completely they're gonna have a hard time finding another contractors. Come remotely close to you. Know bidding it was. I have no clue. I've asked a bunch of contractors. How you handling as always say the same thing. We got a clause in her contract to deal with the price increases so ultimately. It's coming down on the customer on whether or not they want to pay that price increase on on projects. That's what i found a lot of. What kinda gets me is. How is a builder. Give a quote for house and then that person takes that quote to a bank and then tries to get a loan for that and by the time they get back to signing the contract prices have moved so much that it's no longer the same numbers that question. I've asked a bunch of people and nobody can give me a good answer on that on how to handle that. Thanks because the prices moved so fast that there's no way you can guarantee anything for a month. Well i'm guessing that the banks are relying on the appraisal increasing as real estate prices. Move pretty rapidly may be able to address the appraised value of the house and justify lending higher price to meet the building cost reduction loans kind of went on. I mean i'm not terribly with new construction loans. But i thought they were kinda based off of like the estimate of the construction of the house estimated the material in the builders but they only knows because i'm working on one to some extent but they they actually do an appraisal on the the land and the house and the plans and the appraisers able to and somebody chime in and correct me. I could be. I'm way out of my lane. But any case they'll they'll come up with a number like this house will be worth this. Therefore that's how you mr bank can land up to twenty percent of this and there. You're still in your you know your limit their so. I'm just wondering if there if they have to go back to the bank and they're like we need another one hundred thousand dollars I wonder if they can check without appraiser and be. Hey it's been a year. Is there room have things you know what i mean. 'cause in other words real estate prices are also moving pretty rapidly super rapidly in some areas. And that's that's all tied together. You know the the real estate industry is very connected to construction in terms of supply and demand and all of this. I mean that was. That was something that i was kind of curious about. Never really get a straight answer on it. I mean would have to come down to just like i mean we ran out a mo like the material was more than what we thought it was gonna be we. Can you know we need more material. That's ultimately what it comes down to. Yeah you know. I'm i'm gonna try to get a. I'm going to try to get a logger type of fellow on the showed. Ask some of these deeper questions. And maybe construction lender also we can get a little more straight from the source so about tradesman and contractors. It's not an easy business and you've seen a lot of these guys. And and what do you say to someone. Who's kind of heading that direction and you have any advice for those. You know those folks yeah You know i guess. Probably the number. One thing i would say is that there's never been a time in history that there was no construction taking place. There's always somebody who needs a house builds or worked on or remodeled haired or something so there's always some form of construction always taking place whether or not you can get the job. That's the you know that would be the other question about it. I have seen a lot of people fly by night. It will come in and they will talk a big game they will you know have a bunch of jobs they will do but then they're gone and they wonder like what happened where they really like. Do they really know what they were doing. Do they make the customers mad. You know like what happened there to to those people. Because i don't see him anymore other guys. I've seen my whole life since. I mean i've been doing this since i was eighteen years old. You're still building. It drives old pickup truck. They have the old tools. There's nothing flashy about him. You know is i see him. Come in you know a couple years later. They're completely logo doubt. Troikas logo the trailers logo. They got jackets and hats. And all the other stuff going on. And i thought man. How.
Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Reflects on His Death
"Here is eighteen year. Old ella frazier statement given voice. Tonight by caroline. Randall adams a year ago today eyewitness to murder the victim's name george floyd although it wasn't the first time as seen a black man get killed at the hands of the police. This is the first time a witnessed it happen in front of me right in front of my eyes few feet away. I didn't notice man from a can of paint. But i knew his life mattered. I knew that he was in pain. I knew that he was another black man. Endanger no power only seventeen the time just normal day for me walking my nine year old cousin to the corner store not even prepared for what i was about to see. Not even knowing my life is going to change on this exact day in those exact moment it did. It changed me changed how i viewed life. It made me realize how dangerous it is to be black in america. We shouldn't have to walk on eggshells around police officers the same people that are supposed to protect and serve looked at as thugs animals and criminals all because of the color of our skin.
Fresh update on "eighteen years old" discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Shy do for seattle area mountain driving You could do coil overs. Lightweight wheels and tires sway bars suspension. I would definitely do tires. And i would do bushings With one hundred thirty five thousand miles things are probably a little more It's a good point says alright. Yeah unless you've driven the you know a minty low mile example. You don't know actually what that car supposed to drive if it's got a hundred thirty five k. And those cars are driven hard. I agree bushings are going bad. Might as well as creating a little bit. yeah you can call me. Joy says actor strove one. But let's talk about the old forgotten and rarely recommended yet universally praised why price is right. Man recommended constantly all the time. Yeah i it's funny. I think at the time when they were new people were like. This is the reliable ferrari. This does a lot of the same things but it's not. They always not as visceral not as interesting data and then there was a long period of dormancy where people didn't think about that car and it was thirty five grand or whatever it was and in the last five plus years it the values gone crazy and people are really interested. Everybody i know seems to want an nsa totally an. But here's the thing when they were new and even for the first ten or fifteen years you could serve them at an accurate dealer. You know it was. It was very reliable now. The newest one is twenty years old eighteen years old. And you need specialist shops to service them. Yeah they have certain parts. That are very tough to come by and can be very expensive. They have old car maintenance that is in some cases you know. Yeah it's got an accord motor but like outside the fucking motor. There's a lot of parts that are unique to and i have a couple of clients here within a sexes. And i know what they are costing to maintain and yeah it's cheaper than a ferrari but in some cases it's not necessarily cheaper than nine eleven Like maintaining an annex to a factory level is roughly the same cost as maintaining a nine eleven. That's interesting and so as it turns out. You know when you remove that oh would super cheap to run these things the ns x. Gets a little bit less appealing. They're not that fast Sound okay but not that great. You know they're lovely but they're not like mind blowing on a day to day basis so you know a nine eleven is a little more exciting every day. a ferrari is certainly more exciting every day. and those three are kind of similar to run. Now yeah and the other thing about it. I think there was appealing about the nss when it first came out because it was reliable because it was haunted because it always started. And because you could live with it and you could travel around and traffic. And it wasn't going to overheat or Spit some parts that you needed to wait. Two months for It was a different type of solution. Something could daily same way like you can do an all right now right You know or or her con Those are things that. I think you wouldn't do now because the parts are hard to come by because it's twenty years old because it doesn't out their collectible. Yeah you know you might think twice about doing something that you would do if it was just a car. Yeah and if it's if it's the one you're looking at is like eighty grand. You could also get an ra. Eight four point. Two manual for eighty. I'm getting yeah. So that's what Liam f nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight reasons to buy a civil a c four corvette for a weekend car They drive better than they look. They drive okay. The steering is really sharp on a c four corvette the ones the lt one are fast yen They they got a decent sized trunk. Good auto cross car and you can hear the two golf bags in the back of your that corvette owner. Yeah i mean you know. The reason to buy one is how they drive. The reason not to buy one is almost everything else that surrounds you. Yeah yeah the interior are really not great right Dusty summit says what is the fleet managers say when you return a fr- oppress car damaged from road. What did they say to me. Please fill out this form. That indicates how this car got damaged. And then that's followed up by have a nice day. Yeah now if that off road vehicle is tacoma. if it's a you know a re wrangler or something like that they sort of expect you to take it off road now. It's a continental gt. He might have a different conversation. I don't we don't have if you have a habit of damaging vehicles. They might be a little more stern with you but typically it sort of cost to doing business. If you've got an off truck it's going to get dinged up little bit that landcruiser unfortunately for all the hemming and hauling that people do about how you could drive a fucking subaru outback up that trail. I damage the lakers are on that true. But not badly. Bob our no. Oh where. Oh identified the underside of the muffler. Which is at the back. And i rip. There's a little bracket that holds on the The the the the the plug for the toll like you'd plug the electrons for a tow broke that bracket off so yeah. Departure angle was a little more severe little more severe than than the lakers could handle. Yeah yeah Let's see jason. Says i wanna go smashed three foot whoops in bar. Sto would money be better. Spent building a tacoma with bypasses or building a raptor raptor. One hundred percent. You always want to start with the most capable factory vehicle you can afford..
Olympians: Halina Konopacka
"Today's we'll mannequin was one of the most iconic characters of poland's inter-war period. She captured adoration of the public with her. Outstanding style. intelligence sportsmanship and courage. Please welcome halina. Helena was born on february twenty eighth nineteen hundred and central poland. Growing up in warsaw halina excelled in many sports. She took up swimming ice skating. Tennis horseback riding and leader skiing. When halina was eighteen years old poland gained its independence after one hundred and twenty three years of russian rule. The country became known as the second polish republic. As lena entered her twenties her ability to quickly master any sport shapes the course of her life in nineteen twenty six. She set her first world record in the discus throw after just a few months of training was followed by two more records in nineteen twenty seven nineteen twenty eight halina never lost a discus event for the entirety of her career. She also competed in the high jump. Long jump javelin and pentathlon seemed. There was nothing she couldn't do. Halina made her olympic debut at the ninth olympic games held in amsterdam and nineteen twenty eight in a short olympic channel documentary. She said oh. The day of the discus throwing was july thirty first after a cool rainy morning. The tim'rous dutch son had broken through the fog and baked the greenfield's in gold the stairs leading up from the dark labyrinth. The dressing rooms ushered me straight onto the field to red circles. Throwing circles drawn on the grass and two curved lines remarked in chalk one at thirty five meters the other forty meters away. I had only one wishes. I picked up the discus. Send it where the outermost distance of forty meters was whitened with calcium the disc dutifully obeyed stormy applause. Thunderously stamping feet. Compliments questioned film and photographic cameras snapping all merged into one great chaos.
Fresh update on "eighteen years old" discussed on Real Faith Stories
"And they read through the bible and nine months. They travel with our ministry. They hands on training with that. So that got developed in florida. And i auditioned and put that fleece out. When i moved to texas three months later twelve girls moved out here twelve. I thought that was such an entry interesting number from our first season and the season ingredients which was fourteen years ago and that ministry has been such an incredible force to see these guys and girls get developed in there really the rock bed of what we do and travel with us. They performed with us and then through. That came the epicenter. The is seven years. Old is a studio that the lord spoke to my heart to develop in southlake texas and all these people wanted to be a part of what we do but these young kids couldn't because they couldn't travel the country with us and they weren't old enough to be in our discipleship so i thought you know the largest gave me this vision. Let's do this in the community. So we started a studio that minister sedans and actors and musicians and we start them off young will worshippers than there at three years old. And it goes to about eighteen years old in there and We have over four hundred students right. Now we've only been doing short amount of time and and then came the the competition which we just saw what was happening in the world of dance and we wanted to really reach out to more of a secular broad entity to bring them to the convention. Because that's where the message of jesus preached so competition. We do in a safe environment because we saw that competitions were just really promoting some pretty crazy things as far as lyrics costuming and movements that we wanted to go out and really be the lighthouse in that arena only been doing that ministry for about We're on i think. Our third year of that in that really has done. Its job we have studios. That would never step foot into dr and it come to that. And they feel the presence of god in the love and they end up coming to our conventions. It's this beautiful picture that was painted. The revolving door that all these ministries just work together with the same mission in mind now and the line started just because i saw the moms at all of our events sitting there watching and getting touched and i thought i wanna make them feel special too and so the clothing line was developed out of that. And it's just been this picture. God's put together i love. What are some of the issues that you tend to deal with and dive into and help your students. With in overcoming the challenges of their life in other big thing. I see his kids just meeting discover- discover who they really are. That's always to me. The challenge with that comes things like issues of eating disorders or cutting or Addictions things like that always goes back to an identity in a fear control issue and so those are the things that we've seen at dr. We are constantly speaking. Identity and identity comes through so many different things you know. We name our tour..
What the NFT Gold Rush Means for Fashion
"Week b. o. Fs deputy editor brian. Baskin speaks to ben wada goto founder of our which recently raised eight million dollars in funding. From andreessen horowitz coronado abs co-ceo the d. materialized ambush luton co founder and creative director of the fabric cat as well as b. o. Fs editorial associate mc nanda about what. The nfc gold rush could mean for the fashion industry. And whether all the hype will deliver on the promise that this could be the next major growth factor for an industry trying to reinvent itself. I m c explained the most recent development with nafta's in the fashion industry. An t is non fungible token and. That's a unique digital asset that sought chain technology so that contains a digital ledger. That sort of a record of all transactions end woods made this space really exciting and almost every industry has kind of brushed to the market in part. Because it's of within not leisure shows verifiable evidence of price but also ownership of a good that she can't be tampered with or altered that exists forever within this Within this sort of a ledger so this has been really exciting for number of brands. I think the one that sort of gained everyone's attention sort of started. The article was the collaboration between artifact end in eighteen year old digital artists known as ferocious That actually saw. I think it was over six hundred twenty. One at pairs of sneakers were sold from three thousand to ten thousand dollars and three point one million dollars total rhythm Virtual sneakers were sold in under seven minutes which obviously got the acid world looking to to the market. So this has been a really interesting sort of nixon in everyone on this panel. I've spoken with over the past few months as relate shown can to the market. And how what that might look like a starting with sort of the fabrications first entity between eighteen nelson moving forward towards artifacts at inversiones at collaboration that people
Fresh update on "eighteen years old" discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"Going to consume entertainment and community. Then then mom and dad is present. This is the case for movies. I like to you know. I like just like anybody else to sit down and watch a good movie but i want to do that with my family and then we can walk through. We can talk about issues. We can navigate the things that were hearing and seeing. And but you can't do that if you're not present so that's just one simple little step that you can you can take share in another part of shepherding. Your family is like have at least one mealtime where it's device free in your all around the table together and that the table is not just for for eating. It's for leading your family. And so that's a time to to connect on a deeper level. But you're going to have to be disciplined and everybody's gotta work together to make sure we have a meal that we can all coordinate our schedules to get around that table and that we all put devices away. Turn no notification off and really enjoy that time we also do something we i'm. I'm a coffee fanatic. It's kind of a hobby of mine. I rose coffee in all my kids. Love drinking coffee so we we actually have like coffee. Time also where. We're all chilling out coffee together. That's awesome that's awesome So i i've heard of some families and i know that if you actually go on like pinch or something you can find these Families that do like cell phone basket and maybe when the kids are home if it's not time for phones or devices they all go in the basket and you know then there's that time where it's okay to take them out and check text messages and things like that But there are some really fun ideas even for those things that you can find if you just do a simple search for it and now that you have to have a basket but you know it just makes it a little bit more intentional. That i want to go back to how we what we ended the last episode on and we were talking about replace versus takeaway and not just taking away our kids phones but replacing them with things and so you gave a couple of ideas and we talked about games going stuff. Did you have any other ideas to throw out there that we can replace. Because that's a big thing. I mean people. People need some ideas. Here i want to. I want to talk specifically about smartphones because this has become a problem spoke at conferences. And and i've yet to have parents come up to me. Share testimonies a glowing testimonies of how wonderful the smartphone has been. They're teenagers line. And so i'm not making this up. I'm just you know. If i heard the testimonies i'd be glad to share them with you but i never hear them chair So so the smartphones. Become a big problem and So we've we've been experimenting on our children for many years now. At of course the oldest gets the gets a sharing so Just so your listeners. Know as a home school dad that we've been very counter cultural and we don't feel like we have to keep up with the joneses. I'm an answer to god for my family not everybody else's and you're not going to answer for my family share so so i take this seriously and and So when in because of being in the know in this this subject My my oldest daughter did not have a phone until she was eighteen years old. Now that did bother her at times because she was the only eighteen year old. You know or seventeen year old sixteen year old that she knew that did not have a phone. But what So that's what we did with her and she survived it. And i don't think she has lost any sleep over it since then. She got a phone. She was more our. She was more mature at greater wisdom. She made good choices. And and i think it's it was. It was the right thing for us to do at the time. Now we've we've tried. We've experimented on a couple other things so my my younger ones. My three in the house we began to. I took one of my older phones. And i set up a family plan I use verizon but any any service has something similar where you can set up. The phone is like a child's phone where the parent has control over it. They can't download an app without getting a permission. And then they but my three teens share one phone and that provides a lot of accountability between them. Because you can't really hide stuff especially if you've got snoopy sisters chester so you're you're so they share a phone in. Its whoever really emotional. Maybe my daughter's going to karate. She needs a phone or my son's driving somewhere. He needs the phone But they but they have to share that so we have that that phone pre locked down on what it can actually do but it is an iphone and there are a lot of tricks that you can learn. Don't have time to go into the details there. But if you're if you're not savvy you you need to become south share. If if you're if you're not savvy do not give your child a phone a smartphone. I mean that's just ridiculous. You're going to have to become savvy chair but here's another so here's the third option which has been fantastic in that is and i'm giving disclosure because i'm so i'm such a fan of this. I've become an advocate for them. And i would be an advocate. Even if there was no contribution that they would give me as a as a nonprofit ministry For pitching it. But it's called gab. Phone g a bb gab. Phone this is a new company that it is family. They have the family in mind and so they've developed a it's an android based smartphone that does not connect to the internet. It only calls. You can tax so you you know you can take a picture In fact they have to two different plans. So you can even take the lesser plan. Where you can't even send or receive a picture via text or you can. If you you feel like you can trust your children do that. You can set the amount of The car tax and it's the phones are cheap services cheap and so I will give a plug. Because i i would plug it no matter what you do decide to get. Use the code media one out because you'll get a discount you'll get I don't remember what ten percent twenty percent maybe even thirty percent discount allow but then then also a portion of that sale will actually benefit our nonprofit organization. So but great. So i'm that's my fourteen year. Old has a gap phone. okay and associates. It's not a distraction because you just can't do anything with it. Yeah but she can still communicate with her smartphone. Right all right. Yeah so she still looks super cool. Look like your old school right. That's awesome. Let's take a quick break. We'll be right back. What we do at. I w is breaks through the.
A Deep Dive Into Sustainable Leather Alternatives with Inder Bedi
"We're going to chat about what actually makes up your hands in terms of materials. And i'm really excited to have endure on good together. So welcome thank you laura. Thank you for having me here today. It's a it's a pleasure. Thank you absolutely so to get started. I wonder if you can tell me a little bit about how you originally got into the vegan fashion space and sort of how your vision has evolved over time. I've been vegetarian since i was eighteen. Years old been. Several decades now won't say how many but it's been it's been a while end When i got into university. I was doing a bachelor's degree in commerce with the aim of ruining law school my last semester for of course That didn't wanna take entrepreneurship. But i had to take it to complete the credits. We actually had to go to banks and try to get funding for make believe business so being a frustrated vegetarian going back to the mid nineties. That couldn't find apparel shoes that were begin. I thought why not base it on begin fashion brand and that's pretty much. The idea where the idea for matt came from. After i graduate while i got like a seventy seven on that paper. The teacher professor thought it was interesting but didn't really understand what he was at that time and sure why people would want to buy begin so of your time back man. I feel like i had of the times. I love it. I just thought it would have been an interesting business venture in the sense that nobody had really been doing this while. Actually that's not fair The gentleman that inspired me to kind of get into the space or even that was a gentleman seem. Robin is brand out of the uk. Call vegetarian shoes So okay doing. Like doc martins and different types of interesting footwear but with the uppers and after i graduated i said i'm gonna put my plans to go to law school on hold I went on a trip to india and on the way they're actually stopped in the uk to meet him and just He was so helpful in terms. Of just telling me like about industry and how he got started. I told that i was thinking to doing bags. And he was like yeah. That could be cool so long story short ran matt for two decades founded it ninety ninety five brought on a business partner seven years later. Who still runs matt today. And i ran that for two decades. It was a super interesting ride. We saw all kinds of different growth happening particularly in the early two thousands when people started becoming more aware of veganism not just for diet but also for
Fresh update on "eighteen years old" discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast
"Your host pre arou- editor at glossy and today's guest was hiram yarborough a content creator and the new founder of selfless by hiram hiram how are you today so low on good. Thank you so much for having me. We're so excited higher up. I mean i think you have probably been the breakout star of twenty twenty and twenty twenty one like what you've done for. The beauty industry in the last year is incredible but before we kind of talked about this last year. I would love to know like how you got involved in beauty. What you're excited about. And how you fat yourself on tiktok. Yeah it's it's a really funny story. Actually thank you for what you said also very very kind Twenty twenty has been absolutely wild year. It started up so i grew up on a cattle ranch in arizona. My daba cowboy really no exposure to the outside world so beauty was absolutely no concept beyond you know the mascara on my mom would wear skincare. i not. I think the first time. I ever like saw skin-care was when i was in high school but even back then i was washing my face body wash. It was dark days and it really wasn't until i had moved to hawaii and i started going to school out where i noticed that prone to premature aging And i had friends in my life. Come up and say higher your aging really really quickly. You should probably start taking care of your skin because you're only eighteen years old and the wrinkles on your face really serious and i'm really grateful that they sat thought because i never would have discovered skincare without without that And so i started using products. I really didn't believe in the concept of skincare up. Until i started actually seeing results and i saw how much the powered me and i also really have a life changing experience at sephora where i developed a passion for makeup so became a makeup artist and to becoming a makeup artist i discovered my passion or ingredients and seeing you know how people would be willing to spend so much money on skincare product with absolutely no knowledge of like how is actually helping the skin. What the building box products are what they're gonna do. And essentially you know seeing a lot of people just blindly trusting the products based off of how they look. How pretty the packaging is you know with no more reference. So once i started learning about ingredients and seeing the functionality just developed this passion that has swept me off my feet. Truthfully it was a caution know. I started my content Channels as a way. Just you know. Sheriff simplified skin information to anyone who is really invested in the skincare world. Still wants to know how to take care of their skin..
Healing Beyond Recovery With Mike Govoni
"Welcome to the addicted mind. Podcast my guest today. Is mike guti. Mike let's jump right in awesome dram really happy to be here and thank you for bringing this works to the world. I know that your own personal story of suffering jackson bachchan. And i really appreciate that way down with it. Thank you thank you so much. Jump into your story. So how does this all start this. Being the addicted mind podcast. I'm gonna keep my story little short brief so you guys can kind of get to the point. But as a result of of childhood trauma as a result of of pain and suffering. I escaped through our jobs at an early age so i smoked my first join at eleven. For the time. I was eighteen years old. I found myself having an oxycontin habit over five hundred dollars a day with the oxygen cottons and i was in a really really tough place now. They came where i finally had to reach out for help for the addiction. In before that. I always thought i kinda had control but actually cons were really the first time the first substance that really took the soul out of me. That's how i can explain it as they literally took my soul and i had to reach out for help or chose to reach out for help and my mom was there to assist me. She had been in an hour. A twelve step program. And i knew she knew a thing or two about what to do so. She brought me to my doctor's office and at eighteen years old. I sat on the bench of my doctor's offers next to a baby scale. It was my pediatrician's office and is there with a strung out on. Opiates he he. He examined me and he said all right. You know you're you're okay and you're good to go. I said well. Where am i doc. You said you're ready to go to rehab.
Millions of Americans Are Missing Their Second Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine
"The johnson and johnson co vaccine became more widely available today but there are many people willing to take it and across the country growing signs of hesitancy to take any vaccine at all in some areas that means fewer people are signing up for a shot where there is plenty of supply contrast all that with the increasing cova crisis in india where they desperately need more treatments and vaccines the world health organization now calling on countries with excess to send it there. We'll have a report from overseas in just a moment. But we begin with sam brock in miami on florida's first full day of johnson johnson reentering the vaccine marketplace many took a pass. They don't want to kansas or voice strong opposition for their loved. Once it's concerning for me as a parent or a daughter you know family member. Whatever you you don't wanna be that person going through any type of side effects the one mom already vaccinated with j. and j. was seeking it out for her eighteen year old daughters. It's only fifteen cases out of more than eight eight million people who got the shot so it's very minimum so our felt safe split sentiment as health officials go on a full court press to assure the public. The vaccine is effective an extremely low risk. We clearly have a situation where the benefits greatly outweigh. The risks even for younger women a fragile american psyche butting up against a race to get shots in arms at the indianapolis motor speedway acceleration. Once again of jj doses. Any vaccine into any arm is a win. While in san francisco agreed light in the golden state. Johnson johnson too risky especially if there's other alternatives right now. Some states are starting to turn down. Government shipments due to lack of demand in arkansas. Seventeen counties are cutting back according to the arkansas democrat. Gazette
Andrew D. Bernstein: Shooting hoops, a life with legends
"D bernstein mentioned in american spoiled photography and man enthralled by making pictures. I don't remember my children being born. But i remember my first print be involved in that eight to say that and i hope i kids. Don't hear those we talk about. The emotional states of being a photographer must be painters. Feel or anybody who works with marble united. You read about michelangelo you know. He always talked about that. He always knew when he saw block of marble that there was something incredible inside of it just had to come through him. We learn about what's drew him to one spot in particular. I guess basketball found me rather than i found basketball. Really we talk about the skills required for making pictures of spoilt that keeps you on the edge of your seat. It's a fast moving game. But i gotta tell you. It's not as fast as ice hockey. And and i. I sort of honed. My skills shooting action shooting a lot of ice hockey shots about how to get the perfect slam. Dunk shows the big picture. Everybody wants what these guys can do when they're flying towards the rim almost defying gravity. Quite frankly and keep in mind again. That i get one shot at learn about andrew's during professional and personal relationship with the late great. Kobe bryant this kid was was something else. I mean i met him on media day. Nineteen ninety-six comes on my set. Eighteen years old. I never met him. I heard a lot of hype about him. Didn't spot by the black mambas. Kobe was famously. Known hundred talks about the highs and lows of making sport pitches and like kobe's i can't dwell in the shots that i didn't make you know because there's always going to be the next one about breaking into the world of sports shooting with the advent of social media all the websites that are out there all the fan sites. There's more opportunity. I think now if the talent is there if the drivers their stories of life told by photographers and today that photographer is andrew deepens. If you love a sport just don't stop shooting it. Don't stop
Suspect Arrested Over Easter Linked to French Church Plot
"The suspect in France has been arrested over Easter linked to a church plot French anti terrorism investigators say an eighteen year old woman arrested over the weekend is suspected of planning an attack on the church new details have emerged about the teen who is living in a housing project in busy day in southern France who is suspected of plotting the attack targeting nearby Montpellier over Easter anti terrorism officials now say that during a search of the house they found a printed photos of the schoolteacher beheaded by a radical Islamist in October as well as bomb making materials I'm Charles de Ledesma
The Rise and Rise of Amanda Gorman
"Deep and amanda gorman's closet sits a doll that may or may not have still in the facts of her reluctant owners a month after the twenty three year. Old poet eclipse the transfer of power. At president biden's inauguration with an energizing performance of her song of nation. The hill we climb. She was thinking about an earlier. Discomfiting booking at the american girl boutique at the grove in los angeles. We were out of greenspace a stone's throw from gorman spot in la a one bedroom in an apartment building the color of sherbert reclining on blankets. She spread over manicured null. She tilted her head. Bird like and ground softly. They might get angry at me for saying this. The mattel brand had invited gorman to do a reading celebrating the arrival of gabriele the latest girl of the year to expectant young customers. This was new year's day two thousand seventeen and gorman was an eighteen year old. Freshmen at harvard. Home on winter break decompressing from the surprise of new england frost at the time gorman had already been named youth poet laureate of la the first one ever and was a known and admired figure on the national spoken word circuit the night before the event. The american girl team briefed her. On the biography of the dau- it was like a horror. Movie peel ask. We agreed after. She told me the story. Gabriella loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community the website for the defunct toy reads gorman loves the arts and uses poetry to help find her voice so she can make a difference in her community.
Darnella Frazier, Teenager Who Filmed Video of George Floyd’s Arrest, Testifies at Trial
"Trial of former minneapolis. Police officer derek. Chauvin is entering its third day. Chauvin faces murder and manslaughter. Charges for killing. George floyd last may by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds on tuesday jurors her chilling testimony from witnesses including darnell frazier. Who is just seventeen years old when you used her cell phone to film the killing of floyd her image was not broadcast on the court television feed because she was a minor at the time of his death. When i look at george floyd luke. My brother cousin uncle because they are all plaque. I have black brother have friends. And i look at that and i look at how that could have been one of them been nice. I stated apologizing for not doing more and these interacting in his life. It's not what absolute he's now eighteen year old daughter. Neyla frazier testifying at the trial of derek chauvin. Who she says should have saved. George floyd
Witnesses: Onlooker anger increased as Floyd stopped moving
"Witnesses described their frustration during the second day of testimony in the murder trial of their children the former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Boyd's death witnesses at the trial in Minneapolis describing kept back by police and the feeling of helplessness and growing anger as they pleaded with Derek show open to take his D. off of George plates neck is not what I said is what he said eighteen year old are now a Frazier was one of several witnesses who cried as she testified it wasn't right he was he was stuttering the prosecution buttressed their testimony with multiple videos some of which had never been seen before Minneapolis firefighter Genevieve Hanson happened upon the scene on a day off I would have been able to provide medical attention to the best of my abilities she was upset by the officers failure to render aid and called nine one one and I literally watched not pick the calls not to anything from the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king
What Happened To Berlin After the Second World War?
"The end of world war two signaled and unsure future for the defeated germany. Between the alta and potsdam peace conferences it was decided to split germany into four allied zones the eastern part of the country going to the soviet union to control and the western parts going to the united states britain and eventually france west germany was technically the boondocks republik deutschland or federal republic of germany and east germany was the jewish democratic republic german democratic republic or gd are despite berlin sitting entirely in the eastern part of the country. And i constantly have to remind myself. That berlin was nowhere near the east west divide. The city was also divided into similar zones. The mere existence of west berlin a conspicuously capital city deep within the communist east germany quote stuck like a bone in the soviet throat according to soviet leader nikita khrushchev so tenuous where the relations between the east and west that russia began plotting to drive the us britain and france out of berlin for good in nineteen forty eight. A soviet blockade of west berlin was set up blocking off all rail and road access in an effort to starve the western allies out of the city. In one of the most dramatic standoffs in the history of the cold war the berlin blockade saw the us and its allies supplying their sectors of the city from the air known as the berlin airlift. The allied nations flew in more than two point. Three million tons of food fuel and other supplies over the course of a year until the soviets finally gave up an the blockade things. Were relatively calm for a while. But in the late nineteen fifties. The soviets noticed a trend. Developing people saw how life on the capitalist side was recovering faster than life on the communist side. Not to mention there were a lot fewer spies keeping tabs on regular folks on the western side and people began to emigrate. This was especially true of doctors. Scientists and skilled professionals resulting in a serious brain drain in the east got worse year. Over year khrushchev ordered the east german government to stop the flow of emigrants for good on the night of the twelfth nineteen sixty one in one night barbed wire barriers blockade and even some sections of brick and mortar wall were constructed. It was later reinforced multiple times to become an impenetrable twelve footer. Three point seven meter high concrete wall. Roughly one hundred miles or one hundred and sixty one kilometer. Long complete with no-man's-land. Landmines guard dogs guard towers and checkpoints the relatively fluid border which had until that point allowed some sixty thousand east germans to commute daily to good paying jobs in the west visit. Family and friends attend soccer games and so on was gone with no warning. Whatever side of the border you went to sleep on on august twelve. That was where you stayed for the next twenty eight years. This opposing structure didn't stop people from trying to make a great escape to the west. Roughly one hundred and seventy one people. Some of them defecting soviet soldiers lost their lives trying to cross the border but over five thousand more succeeded and some of them got really creative with it but the first person to cross that foreboding line just hopped over it when the wall was three days old much of it was not actually a wall at all but sections of barb wire fence though with soldiers and police to enforce it one of those was eighteen year old. Conrad shuman stationed at the corner of bernauer. Stresa and opener stresa. He might have been young but he could tell which way the wind was blowing. He wanted out of the gdr like now he pays his feet nervously while chain smoking and occasionally pushing down the barbed wire coil. It was only two feet high. While the other guards were distracted by a gathering crowd shuman swapped out his loaded. Submachine gun for an unloaded and therefore lighter one at four. Pm shoe inflict away. His cigarette took a running start and deathly leapt over the barrier dropping. His gun and just leaving it. As he was whisked into a waiting west german police car a west german journalist captured the leap to freedom in what would become one of the most famous images of the wall until nineteen eighty nine. The west loves shuman but many of the people he left behind considered him to be a lowly traitor even after he was reunited with his family after the fall of the wall a generation later many people still shunned him as a deserter. Shuman was the first soldier from the national people's army to escape. But it's estimated that twenty seven hundred east. German soldiers and policemen followed his example. If someone had turned your home into a prison then you should treat it like a prison and start digging a tunnel in nineteen sixty four thirty students from west berlin spent several months digging a four hundred and seventy six foot or one hundred and forty five meter long tunnel tell people in the east escape one assumes they had to crawl to freedom because the tunnel was only about three feet high less than forty eight hours after it was finished the stasi the german border patrol discovered it but not before fifty seven men women and children had managed to escape. Which i assume is why. It's referred to as tunnel fifty seven
TSM (Team SoloMid) under fire for insensitive tweet after LCS and VCT losses
"The tweet heard around the world. Do you know which one i'm talking about. Ideal ideal. Unfortunately so this happened. Tsm had a rough weekend in general the or had a rough weekend so they send out a tweet now. It's the of the mean of the dad checking in on the kid playing video games that says like. Are you having fun. Jimmy right not. I'm talking about normally than it. Follows with another scene of the kid saying something or doing something well in this one looks. It appears that the kid may or may not have hung himself. That's that's what it looks like tweet quickly taken down within five minutes but by then. The damage is already done on twitter. Newt care within seconds right. take seconds. it's it's you know. I think i think there are even websites out there now. That takes a screenshot of every tweet. So like no matter what it's out there at least if you're a popular person setup for this website to instantly stick scan all your tweets so the damage is done. Everyone's talking about like wall like did you just post a suicide me. That's kinda messed up and this was going to be like this is yikes because it is like damn yikes however very rarely does a. Yikes i think and with the okay. I get it because the social media guy came out on his personal twitter and explained himself new saying like look. I had no idea that the second part of that mean was hanging himself. I thought he kicked over the chair and it was him walking away. Which honestly like. I don't follow this social media manager but you kinda just go through their history and you see how long they've been doing what they're doing. He is also not like some sixteen to eighteen year. Old kid fresh out first gig. It seems like he's seems pretty mature and the way he responded inside generally do believe him because i also went back and looked at the picture after. He said that i was like. Oh okay like if you don't have a sense of like dark humor you might not. That might not be the first thing that you see right like it. Just it kinda does look like. He's walking away so i do believe him and it's stilling yikes because that's a tough ride. That captured everybody for those few hours on social media. Everyone inside any benefit of the doubt because like said after he says explains it. It's look it's a little stick figure drawing made in ms paint. It's not like it. Has the great perspective built in right. Doesn't give you like depth. So i'm a oh okay i like you said like if you're innocent minded and you don't consistently thinks something dark. He's walking away. I buy i buy it. You know it's good to see that something like this doesn't always end an instant firing or someone losing their job said. Hey we delete it. We talked about it. We're handling it. It's all good like all good. Don't get wouldn't vaughn. He explained himself right
David Kellum, Voice of Ole Miss, Talks About How He Got His Start at Ole Miss
"David kelham. Who is the voice of the ole miss rebels He's been part of that program for going on for decades And you know what a time to be at ole miss with the football program under lane kiffin the basketball program doing quite well and then the baseball program only being number one in the country we had One of the stars of the team on the other day and david. I know. Fridays are pretty busy times with baseball and everything. But we appreciate you making time for us and how are you sure doing great polyp sitting at the box waiting for us to play belmont here at six thirty our time. So it's great. You called me the perfect time but good to be only. I have seen this before in her different friends. But i would be intrigued the because sometimes it takes a long time to get a a prime job like you have now especially with the the just the absolute zeal for almost baseball but You apparently got started pretty early. Yep i started basically in highschool to be honest with that kind of tricked tricks my way into this job I was a senior in high school. My mother was professor suter. Don't miss and i used to hang out of her office a lot and radio. Tv was under theater and campus radio station which was w cbi at that. Time was carrying ole miss baseball and it was on cable. Only the students were gone. The professors were known. This guy comes blowing out of the station ex. My mother's office and he's gotta find somebody these games. Everybody's gone and so. I told him i said i can do him. He said who are you. Don't even go was and so. He thought hosted freshman. Ole miss which i was not as a senior high school. But i did the seventy seven. Sec tournament for ole miss on the campus radio station as a eighteen year old. So that's how. That's how. I got my and they hired by the local radio station. The final years that this jack you know how that goes and started doing baseball and seventy eight. It's baseball and women's basketball through. Eighty eight became the lead announcer in football men's basketball and continue to baseball in eighty nine. I mean that's i'm always Always admire people not only for for excelling but being able to to stay in a job. That long. And i don't mean that i mean and i say that because there's all misses the perfect exception it is the perfect example there. There are a lot of changes that have happened then. You never really know what's going to happen. I've seen it firsthand with When when i first started in birmingham legendary voice of the crimson tide was out with a new a new administration. How how how do you hang on. And i don't mean hang on. How do you stay in the job like that. For for as long as you do considering the politics of of intercollegiate athletics. Just don't criticize the coaches and you told a long time ago point. Because they rarely they rarely pop up these jobs to. There's more opportunity now. I teach a class at old miss. We're not teaching this spring because of the pandemic but i teach sportscasting class. And when i got my shot to be in radio radio was basically it. I mean you didn't have the live streaming opportunities the podcast opportunities and all the things that are going on today And so it has been difficult. But it's funny. you should mention. I've had kids through the years that like meet the rebels day would come up to me and say i'm gonna have your job someday and i soon i've got a few more years. You know thinking back my mind but this past year A kid said that's means that ten years old and hit him. Like you might be the one because i put in a tiny years this point when i got started John waters at tennessee. Larry months was the georgia jim. Five was it auburn jet crystal. Was it stay. You had k would lead for Kentucky rely at alabama. Mickey floor. Jim halt on lsu had just started a little bit before me. And then of course. Later we get all eels outta arkansas about voltage for south carolina and more recently dave south from texas mike kelly from missouri. But that list of names Just incredible announcers across this leaks. And when i first got in the youngest announcing the sec felt very very fortunate. The following year Our buddy west. Durham came in Demand or bill before we went to go to georgia tech. He became the second youngest announcer. We're sitting at a football media days in birmingham which of course you know all about vendor several of them and we're not a little broadcast meeting we're looking around the room and some of those names that just mentioned for sitting there and westland over to me now. He's got a legendary dad. He grew up with and woody but he said you intimidated. I said apps so We were surrounded by that early in our careers which is really really cool. And unique to get to know those men and lean on those that we were kinda the young bucks at the time and that we've kind of become not necessarily legends but longevity We're we're the ones that have been around a while.
Chris Harrison Apologized And Said He Wants To Return To "The Bachelor," But Michael Strahan Isn't Convinced
"I was waiting for this all morning. They had announced that. Chris harrison was gonna be doing a sitdown with michael strahan on. Good morning america And that just happened about a half an hour ago. Now if you remember this back story. Chris had gotten into an exchange with rachel lindsay. The first black bachelorette extra few weeks ago in which he defended current bachelor front runner. Rachel kirk kirkhill participation in this old south southern charm plantation theme college party back in two thousand eighteen. He called for grace understanding compassion saying he thought it was alarming. That people were just tearing this girl's life apart but he also said some things that many found insensitive and offensive a lot of people. And i'm wondering why would you defend. Rachel kirkhill i am an imperfect man. I made a mistake. And i own that. I believe that mistake doesn't reflect who i am or what i stand for. I am committed to the progress. Not just for myself. Also for the franchise. My guess these girls got dressed up and went to a party and had a great time. They were eighteen years old now. Does it make it okay. I don't know rachel you tell me you said quote is it not a good look and twenty eighteen or that not a good look and twenty twenty one. 'cause they're the big difference. So so what is the to you. What is the different or is there. There is not antebellum. Parties are not okay past present future knowing what that represents is unacceptable again former. Nfl linebacker emmanuel has been tapped to step in and host. The after the final rose special on the fifteenth. Filing chris announced he was stepping aside from the franchise for the time. Being
Ty Gibbs wins Daytona Xfinity
"Eighteen. Year old. Thai gibbs the grandson of coach joe gibbs shocked the nascar world with his incredible road course win at daytona. Drivers are continuing to talk about this. They are impressed and here is kurt busch. I i saw something special and to into the series. I never run a race there with those guys. You know these these cars in the tire and the track and they put them in there to go get road course. Experience expecting him to you know just run around there and gain laughs rate and had never done a live. Pitstop is what. I had heard on the broadcast as well. I mean that was something special. I stopped coach gibbs on pit road the next day and we've been in the sport. A longtime coaches seen a lot of different moments in sports. And i said coach. I saw some special. I haven't seen some special longtime asked wanted to say congrats. He's got it. And i know exactly you guys know exactly what to do with them to make him a star but i just wanted to say data on social and i wanted to stop. Coach gives and say wow. That was something special kid drove. Mike of veteran didn't put a wheel out of place and brought home the win. I mean it's like boom. You're first start up. Kids
Jamie Bristow Talks About Developing Agency In Urgent Times
"Our guest today is jamie bristowe jamie. Welcome to the podcast. Glad to have you here. I need to be here so we're gonna talk about a few different things today. One will be the mindfulness initiative and want to hear more about that and then in particular one of the documents that your group has recently published. But i'd like to start by just helping the audience get a little bit more understanding about you and your background with mindfulness. Okay So i've been the director of the mindfulness initiative sort of work backwards if that's okay and so i've been the director of the mindfulness initiative which is like a policy institute think tank working with politicians primarily in the uk but also around the world for getting on for six years And i've been working in the mindfulness field. I guess for a few years more than that. I was the business. Development director had space Back in the days when has faced with like seven people in five desks north in london rather than the big Sort of global brand. That has become today and previous to that. I was trying to find my way into sharing. I learnt myself huge impact. It had them how to my life. I was lucky enough to Learn to meditate. When i was a student at university so i was a fresher. Eighteen years old and didn't think much of it was just like another experience like join only different societies to try. Try out different. Things ultimate frisbee or amateur dramatics. Meditation was just like one of those things along for like. Oh wow i can. I can close my eyes radically alter my subjective experience just by applying myself that's cool And then kind of forgot about it because there were so many other exciting things to and dive into well. I knock him dipped in and out of it but it wasn't until i had my first like graduate graduated job. I was a young advertising executive. Just really going to be graded advertising and I was working on like a nissan misano. Nissan is he saying this in the states at the time like descending. suv's essentially and I was really stressful. Like i'm struggling to concentrate. The lifestyle was cheering me up to an extent and so i really at that point started to really invest in it rather than being in thing. I did now again. Became a regular practice. And i as it's been charted in the academic literature people often start for self-regulation benefit. You know for me. It was it. Was the attention thing like i needed to i. I as a kid i was. Add at the end of the spectrum so i Got myself regulation benefit. I could concentrate but then it then you know develops center from self regulation to self expiration and then like wow. There's much more to me. And to and to life. I guess than i thought that was and then moving on from that to self transcendence of because if the final of the three raises the phases. The one one paper has charted. And sure i started practicing for reasons other than myself I'm that she had the advertising world wasn't wasn't right for reasons. The myself is So i left. That world went into climate. Change campaigning And through that like realize. What a piece of mindfulness was for me in making that journey from sending. Suv's to selling responsiveness to climate climate crisis And and so yet. That's that's why. I find my way into doing what i'm doing now. Really the kind of social implications of widespread contemporary give a practices. Jimmy thank you so much for that background. And it's it's fascinating to hear different ways. Each person may find some value in this that we might be brought to it for a particular reason. Focus and then. It's oh my there's more stuff here to hearing about your time in head space. Andy putty comas. One of the first interviews. I did another pug guests many years ago before it got really really big. And so with that you've had this practice that's been part of your life that has been beneficial transformative to you and then along came in some fashion. The mindfulness initiative. How did that get started. While i was working head space at the time and i was invited by chris. Colin who's leading teacher at oxford. Mindfulness center and i'm teaching politicians in the british parliament From he and mark williams from about two thousand and his spring two thousand and thirteen a year or so later. Those who who. Who had been on a mindfulness course started to become interested in the science behind what they've found and what the policy implications might be. Because often you know when you find that it's really helping you know about is. How do i get this. You know and you reach for the most obvious thing you bring into your school or you tell you family about it but politicians that like the policy lever is like you can. How do we get this into
"eighteen years old" Discussed on WTVN
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"eighteen years old" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Is this Schnitt show? We also have the aftermath of the awful story, which we tracked yesterday of the shooting in the Denver area in highlands ranch. At this stem school, this K through twelve and as a parent again seeing the video the parents rushing to the scene frantic being reunited with their kids. Alternately not knowing if their kid was one of the victims, of course, in the latest school shooting by now, you know, that one individual was killed one. Student was killed and nine other students were injured various gunshots. There was a student shot in the foot. There was a female student shot in the leg, obviously non-life-threatening, but still, you know, just completely traumatic as you can imagine. And I mean, this should. Not happen. We should not be sending our kids to school and having the potential of them getting shot. Here. We have two students though that carried this out. And we do have some insight into actually both students, although only one student is being identified, and that's because they are of legal age at a team, then there's a seventeen year old minor who they are not identifying. So a couple of things here that I wanted to discuss if you're on hold hang on. We're going to go back to Trump and taxes and back to Jerry Nadler about to explode like the guy in the restaurant at the in the Monty python movie, you know, I cut the bite Jerry Nadler's about to explode. Like like that guy with the Waffen after dinner mint. Good. We a bucket. I could just see Nadler. So we'll get into that. In just a second here on a very serious note, though. And you also have. Numerous heroes that need to be identified at the school shooting in the Denver metro yesterday. But what we understand here. And again, many have an I hate to politicize this. But it is important. It is information that has come out on social media. And if it were shown, and this is important if it were shown that the shooter or shooters were pro Trump or they were inspired by Trump. Then the media would be all over that trust me 'cause we've already seen it before. But we have something quite different here. The eighteen year old accused them this attack on this school in Colorado yesterday, this this charter K through twelve. This Devon Ericson is the eighteen year old suspect and his social media is littered with information and opinions critical of President Trump. So in his social media he attacks and he's critical of President Trump. He's also critical of Christians at a turns out that as you go back and trace the social media he praises president. Barack Obama hates Trump criticizes Trump hates Christians, apparently but likes President Barack Obama. So when you look at Devon Ericsson's Facebook page. What are you can retrieve a lot of this? These old postings. Well, first of all there was no indication that he was going to fire a gun and try to kill people at the stem school highlands ranch. There was no indication of that. But on his social media page, you had normal stuff, and then you had some political anger which this eighteen year old high school kid vented upon he talked about liking the Denver Broncos. He apparently played paintball was into school theater or community theater. He was in. Let miserable. He was in legally blonde the musical going back a couple of years after election day back in twenty sixteen. He actually posted a link to a video from Seth Meyer's late night program on NBC which comes on right after. Jimmy fallon. And of course, Seth Meyers is very anti-trump. And just every night. It's it's it's like cold there. I mean, both shows are just nonstop conveyor belts, just going after Trump on everything every single day every single just it's continuous. So he posts a video from Seth Meyers. This was right after the election in two thousand sixteen in member and the video that he posted. Is a late night video from Seth Meyers which attacks Trump. There are also numerous anti-christian posts. On his Facebook page as well. As you meander and Mosey through his Facebook. Here's a quote, you know, what I hate all these Christians who hate gays yet in the bible. It says in Deuteronomy. If some of this is seventeen twelve and thirteen if somebody doesn't do what their priest tells them to do this supposed to die. He wrote that in in may of twenty fourteen. So here we are in may of twenty nineteen. It seems like there was some weirdness, and some anger and looks like a lot of this has been building up over the course of five years. Are we going to hear people say, oh, we never suspected this? We never saw this coming. There are a couple of openers here for me. So he writes, it has plenty of crazy stuff like that talking about this bible passage, but all they get out of it is oh gays. So I guess we're supposed to assume that this individual is a gay male. Who is obviously angry of many things. He also has been active in posting pro President Obama postings and also pro-democratic postings, and even was very supportive of the occupy movement, the occupy Democrats back in two thousand fifteen in fact, this is an entry from the identified shooter from the the Denver area high school yesterday quote in just six years, I nearly triple the stock market cut unemployment in half. And did chores Cup the uninsured rate in half brought gas down to two seventy five and cut the annual Bush deficit by two thirds. Oh, and I got bin Laden. So that post has a picture of Obama. And then you have the normal stuff. No. The the groups the singers the bands he likes like, Ed Sheeran fall out boy full full up. Always great. I mean, I think they're fantastic. He likes Eminem. Bruno Mars like south park and the Walking Dead. So in the aftermath here, certainly some eyebrow razors. And again, how much of the media is jumping on the fact that this guy is it Obama lover and a Trump hater. Yeah. You know that much of this. Yes, not a whole lot out there on this. Anybody shocked any wants to prize again, if it was the other way around and this guy was wearing a maga- hat, and if his social media was filled with pictures of of maga-, hats and him attending a Trump rally, for instance, that that'd be all over the place. The media would be choking on their on their cut reporting this cause because they would be chewing it that's throwing it up and the chewing on it again throwing it back up because that'd be too good to be true. I'm only commenting on the facts here, folks. So that's that's one of the individuals because they're eighteen this Devon Ericson. And they've been identified the seventeen year old has not been identified. And apparently, it's a female the second suspect in the shooting yesterday in the Denver area is a female that is transitioning to a male. And is transgender. The authorities are denting the individual there as a female, but they're in apparently some kind of a transition face, but the minor is being called the female. But apparently wants to be a male. Also, by the way, the Douglas county sheriffs and police they descended on the shooter's house. This Devon Ericson. They defended on his home, and well some disturbing things there. They towed away a white Honda sedan with f- society and six six six. And look like a pentagram spray painted across this vehicle. Where are the parents? I mean, Hello. Where did they get the guns? Another example of parents, not locking up their guns and letting kids have access to their weapons. And no alerts though issues if you've got six six six an F society, actually, spelled out f-bomb f- society and a a pentagram spray painted on this on this Honda sedan. Did this start raise the eyebrows of of of the parents what the hell's going on here? And then we have a hero, obviously. A student who intends to join the United States Marine corps assisted in tackling one of the shooters. Brendan Bialy and some other fellow students. They were able to disarm one of the two gunmen. We're deeply saddened for the victims families, friends and community on this tragic day. That's a statement from the family. That was given to media by the lawyer for the family, we like to commend the immediate response a law enforcement that assume all we are strong with love and our families community, friends and everyone sending concern which strength. We will persevere and the father of. Brendan. Bialy said his son wants to become a United States Marine after graduating from this public charter school. Listen, this this individual this kid will be a a welcome addition to the United States Marine corps for going after the shooter. Incidentally, the the students had died. I believe also an eighteen year old. The student who died. Also died heroically apparently also going after the shooter. Trying to take down the shooter. The father said that Brendan told him that he was in class when gunfire erupted after two students into the classroom and one of them pulled a gun out of a Qatari case. And the father said that his some the aspiring marine and two friends. Try to tackle the gunman. One of the boys was shot in the chest. And that's the individual that died. Classmates tried to stop the bleeding by putting extreme pressure on this bullet wound in the chest of this individual that tried to stop the shooter and didn't survive. But certainly some acts of heroism as well. Which absolutely must be recognized. And commended so there are some of the interesting details that you might not be aware of regarding yesterday's shooting. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine nationwide number if you're on hold. We'll grab some calls coming up in a bit. I it's been a busy day. I haven't even scratched the surface today. Folks, if you have a coveted spot do not lose it. If you want to try to get in any thoughts on the fact that the shooter in Denver yesterday, the eighteen year old anti-trump pro-abacha, where's all the coverage on this? Any thoughts? Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine I don't want you to forget to thank the real pros this mother's day. I mean, really where would you be without your mom, literally? Where would you be without your mum was bombs a great and mom's appreciate when you recognize them on mother's day. So take care of your professional. Mom. 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"eighteen years old" Discussed on KOMO
"Eighteen year old was in court Wednesday charged with four counts of having child pornography. She since posted bail and released papers. A judge said she must live at her Puyallup poem. She cannot use the internet or go to schools or parks. The sheriff's office said even more concerning than the disturbing pictures. They found in del Carmen phone is the fact that she advertised herself as a babysitter on care dot com. Six sets apparent in a daycare have come forward since Wednesday saying del Carmen had babysat for them. Detectives are collecting pictures of their kids to see if they match any del Carmen had on her phone. The prosecutor's office told me as more evidence emerges. They may add charges against del Carmen del Carmen, she pled not guilty to all charges. Her next court appearance is may seventh Patrick Quinn. Komo news. The leader of a massive drug ring in Pierce county. Ran the operation from Mexico in Washington, though, he's sentenced to twenty years in prison. Assistant US attorney Michael Dion says thirty nine year old. Hey sues. Pella Mira ran the network of twenty people using violent threats made via text or Facebook. If anybody got out of line, he would threaten them. He would sometimes try to recruit other. People to kill people who owed him money. He says Bella marriage violent streak contributed to his exceptional sentences extradited to the us in two thousand sixteen. Dion says the drug ring distributed more than fifty kilos of myth in the Tacoma area. Over four years crews trying to keep a houseboat from sinking on Seattle's lake union. Seattle fire says the home was put on the lake only yesterday near Westlake avenue in Newton and started taking on water. Everyone is out of the home and cruiser using water pumps in order to try to keep it afloat. Smoke visible for miles after a fire engulfed a two story. Home in Thome water. Firefighters though too late to save anything when they arrived at that house on the edge ill black lake yesterday. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Komo news time eating.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The eighteen year old woman who is the subject of a massive manhunt over her feared threats to schools is dead. Fox's Goodall Scott joins us live rich police in Colorado say Saul pice of Florida took her own life before police could take her into custody. She reportedly flew to Colorado from Miami Monday. And legally bought a shotgun after she arrived in the state Jefferson County sheriff Jeff trader says pice was infatuated with Columbine and apparently acted alone. I've heard him briefings does not indicate that she had any assistance or friends in the area the threat from pice came days after days before the community marks twenty years since the Columbine tragedy with thirteen people died. This investigation is continuing rich. You're all migrants who enter the US illegally seeking asylum will no longer be allowed to use credible. Fear as a reason to be granted bond that ruling from attorney general William bar. A Louisiana clinic is asking the nation's high court to challenge. Another states restrictive abortion law in Louisiana abortion clinic wants to supreme court to strike down regulations. That it argues will lead the state which just one clinic able to perform abortion procedures the court has already agreed to block the law from taking affect now. The clinic wants to Justice's strike down the law altogether. The regulation requires abortion providers to have admitting privileges at a hospital within thirty miles. A federal appeals court has upheld the law, but the supreme court struck down. A similar law in Texas in two thousand sixteen Jared Halpern in Washington mix turning reports keeping stock indexes in the red today. The Dow closing down three the SNP ending today. Seven points lower with the NASDAQ four points lower at the closing bell..
"eighteen years old" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Eighteen year old Swedish environmental activists. Choose really distraught. Learning about the effects of climate change, and she started striking school on Fridays to go in front of this. Swedish government was an act of defiance inspired millions of students around the world to strike yesterday to demand action on climate change. And I think that students feel unheard by a lot of our politicians at city hall. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news, the LA bureau of St. services will begin fixing potholes caused by the recent rain, the LA city council recently approved an additional two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in funding in order to get the potholes, fix crews will be out in the city looking for potholes to fix residents can also report a specific pothole to the city via my L A three one one app. The department received nearly four thousand requests in January alone. The owner of a taco stand has been helping to feed the homeless in zoos up. Jose Maldonado runs taco king on zoos avenue with third street. He's been giving away free tacos burritos to those in need for the past month and says the idea stemmed from. His own personal struggles in the past. I had money to pay my bills. But when ends meet it, I didn't have enough for a burrito or taco hamburger cheeseburger. He says donations from customers helped fuel his food drive. You know, I wasn't really expecting the whole move into pick up like this. But they're just spread like wildfire. The money's help feed hundreds of homeless people in the area, so far Monica Rix, KFI news city leaders in Long Beach continue to try to woo the angels with the promise of a brand new stadium. That would be built on the waterfront near the Queen Mary. The Long Beach press telegram reports that city council members will meet behind closed doors with consultants from the shoreline. Investments LLC during Tuesday's council meeting while talks with Long Beach continue the angels have hired their own consultant to assess the possibility of building restaurants stores, and perhaps even housing units in the parking lot around angel stadium. As part of an offer of the city of Anaheim is dangling to keep the angels. From leaving the California science museum is going to the dogs with dogs a science tale. The exhibit examines how the human canine relationship has evolved over thousands of years and shows the science behind why you love your dog so much the centers VP of exhibition says if you look a dog in the I a dog will look back at you, and you produce oxytocin that's the chemical known as the love hormone. And she says the dog produces oxytocin from looking back at you. So it's a mutual affection the museum exhibit features working dog demonstrations and ten interactive exhibits allowing you to smell see and hear like a dog, Amy king KFI news. There's a truck fire in Glendora. It's on the to ten westbound.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on KOMO
"Thousand fifteen Chrysler three hundred's Ford, Honda and Toyota have announced similar recalls. Mark Remillard, ABC news for what it's worth, I'm Cheri Preston. How the government shutdown is affecting government workers worked for the government for myself since I was eighteen years old joined the Marine Corps a month and a half after high school. And you know quickly after getting out of the marines. Bill Striffler from brick New Jersey. He's now an air traffic controller because that job is essential. He is still working. But without a paycheck is wife. Theresa she's expecting their baby any day nine months pregnant, so literally do any day now, and I just went on maternity leave. So I'm trying to get disability. And we don't know and that's gonna come through. So between the two of us. Neither of us are getting paid right now dribbler isn't weighing in on the wall. But he is weighing in on the way government works or doesn't work in the Senate or need to pass a Bill that will appropriate money. Three open the government and the president. He's decided for us to return back to work in a paid status says he served his country twice. Now. Only this time. He's doing it without a paycheck for what it's worth, Cheri Preston. ABC news. State. Lawmakers are considering possible legislation to create a safer workplace for exotic dancers. Details from komo's Carleen Johnson. Several exotic dancers briefed any Washington house, labor and workplace standards committee last month saying they like what they do. But don't always feel safe. I love what I do. And all the opportunities dancing allows me to have. I just feel like all workers should have a clean and safe working environment. Despite the stigma against handling we deserve the same thing all workers deserve strippers are independent contractors in our state, which means they have to pay a house fee to dance at a given club. Then tip the bouncer tip the DJ, not a fair business model. Some argue the strip club owners, meantime, testified that they always ensure the dancers are safe and argue they are already heavily regulated by the state at least to state lawmakers that we're talking about possible legislation this upcoming session. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news..
"eighteen years old" Discussed on The Working Experience
"They're just they're just they just been they've been beaten by a stick and vote is depress. It's a press event getting put out to pasture when you're like fifty five now, we don't need anymore. Stan thanks, though. And here's a gold plated watch. Well level. O'briens for you. And well, you know, I was just gonna say it was kind of funny. I you know, we're reading into the wild. And he was really into transcendental Azam throw and all that Chris mccandless. So I it's a little project is said to the kids. All right. You know, here these tenants transcendental ISM create your own little community get into groups and give me a rule that everybody has to do once a day once a week once a month once a year in your transcendental community like something specific, and I had in mind like you have to meditate for an hour a day or once a week, you have to give up two hours to work at a charity, or whatever is in this. The these are juniors and seniors seventeen eighteen years old and they're walking around like, okay. What did you guys come up with for like once a week as kid goes grocery shopping? No. I mean, another group put take a shower of like, look, look, look, look let let's take certain things as Rhett that we're gonna shower go grocery shopping. That's not what I mean like more elevated, and then I thought well, they are like seventeen eighteen years old. I guess this is part of the exercise is trying to get them to think a little on a little higher plan. They are. But. Yeah. I mean, even that which sorry go ahead. I was gonna say they come out with interesting responses that sometimes I think all right. Don't get aggravated. Like, this is part of the learning process. I I hope so. Well, yeah, it's it's it's about, you know, learning than ages learning trying stuff failing repeating succeeding repeating in. It's it's good even asked that question at that age, you know, to to figure out like what you you know, what you want out of out of life. Like, what do you? What do you wanna do? What do you wanna be will? You know? I play the clip that Denzel Washington starts off with talking about technology in these like, you know, is is your he's a really smart guy on his. He's afford him grad other. That's right. That's right. He he's he was like, you know, is your technology. Are you using your technology or technology using you and he's? Like, what does it really four? Like, what is it? What's really the purpose? Or what are we using it for and then they actually Joe Rogan talking about a lot of what we've talked about ad nauseam. You know, people working these jobs that they don't really like for the stuff. They don't really want, and blah, blah, blah. I played it for them as six minutes and this kid looks at me he goes. Yeah. Mr Kerr, we've we've heard all of this. But like how are you supposed to avoid that? And I was like, oh, I, you know, I don't really know what to tell you. I realized you know, this kid's seventeen eighteen years old. And I'm like, you don't really have to map your whole life right now. But you know, something food for thought. So it's I mean, it's it's a very valid question because you know, you're being bombarded with messages advertising messages, you know, hundreds thousands.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"The suspect. Eighteen year old Atari Maynard was fatally shot today after officers found him hiding in a shed behind a home. He had been facing charges of aggravated assault and felony murder in the Saturday afternoon killing officer Antoine. Tony correspondent Mark Stevenson report. Some Mexicans now empathize with that growing care about migrants from Central America one territory. Extremely difficult. If not impossible or the Mexican government to arrest pain or port simply send back number of migrants. There are thousands of them. They have courtroom from some of the Mexican population. President Trump says the thousands of Honduran migrants travelling in that caravan through Mexico should not be allowed into the United States. And he says US will his words begin cutting off or substantially reducing aid to Guatemala Honduras, and El Salvador for not doing the job of stopping people from leaving their country to enter the US after the president threatened to pull out of a long standing nuclear treaty with Russia. The European Union says it could destabilize global security, you foreign affairs spokeswoman Maggio contradict says the treaty remains a cornerstone of world peace. Two. Enter the code to the end of nuclear arms face and each one of the cornerstones of European security architecture entertaining to force President Trump accusing Russia violated the terms of the nineteen eighty-seven accord known as the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. Hurricane willa grew into a potentially catastrophic category. Five storm in swept toward Mexico's Pacific coast with winds of one hundred sixty miles an hour today.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Eighteen year old suspects shot in the community of new Salem today. Both of them expected to survive and a police involved shooting in Brockton. There are reports that a man came at police with a knife. No word on the suspect's condition and tonight. You could be a billionaire. It's a billion dollar jackpot in the mega millions drawing the second largest ever in the United States. A coal stove is being blamed for a deadly fire a couple of days ago in the town of Wales in western Massachusetts. A man is dead from the resulting carbon monoxide poisoning and his wife hospitalized. Fire officials say the man was working on the coal stove while it was running officials. Remind residents to make sure they have working carbon monoxide and smoke alarms in their homes and investigation into harassing Facebook. Messages leads to the arrest of a man in connection with threats made to to Kentucky school district state trooper Josh Lawson says Dylan Jarrell was heavily armed when taken into custody firearm over two hundred rounds of ammunition, a kevlar vest, one hundred round high capacity magazine and a detailed plan of attack were also discovered in the possession of the suspect the threat closed school. Tools in to Kentucky counties today. Attorney general Jeff Sessions blasts, a court order that would force major changes to the Chicago police department addressing a law enforcement audience sessions maintained political leaders and not police are responsible for the city's rising crime and murder rates. Micromanage thing this EP through a federal court, or is it justified really is an insult to the department. The attorney general is blaming the crime increase on an agreement between the city and ACLU designs to end Chicago's stop and frisk policy. WBZ news time.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Eighteen years old finishing high school. Voda neil. Two two. Yeah. And nine. Rush. No Eaton professor Lichtman. What's her story? What she dealing with her story is amazing. I recounted in the embattled vote in America, she was ninety three. She said at the time that North Carolina passed stringent photo voter ID law along with a whole bunch of other voters suppressive measures. She grew up in Jim crow, North Carolina. She had crosses burned on her lawn. But she was a young woman of incredible determination, and when she turned twenty one she went to the county courthouse, and she jumped through every single hoop that they put her through and got registered to vote and then at the age of ninety three she sees once again, the state of North Carolina trying to limit the vote of people like are people of color. She had to make because she was born in Jim crow in her documentation was. Not very good. She didn't drive, of course, she had to make eleven trips to four government agencies to get her voter ID card. She said it was harder to vote in North Carolina in two thousand thirteen then in Jim crow North Carolina in the nineteen forties. And she became a plaintiff in the lawsuit that ultimately overturned that voter ID law, North Carolina. And I just wanna be clear the eleven trips to four locations was not because they were closed or she didn't like it was because of the way that the law had been structured, so she had to go there and do it in a certain word made it so difficult, and they were so restrictive in the kinds of documents. You had to have the kinds of ID's wasn't just any government issued ID got if you're in a government employee that wouldn't work student ID's wouldn't work if you a welfare recipient that wouldn't work the court said with surgical precision, they targeted the kinds of ID's that white people had. But people of color didn't have before we have to pause, professor Anderson. There's much more want to discuss with this. I wanna talk about a felon disenfranchisement when we continue. But isn't this kind of making people jump through? All these hoops. Isn't this illegal is there? No law against this. Well, there used to be and that used to be was the Voting Rights Act with such and four that. Described what it would take four pre-clearance what a jurisdiction needed to be pre cleared and being pre cleared means that any change that you made in your voting laws had to be okayed by the department of Justice or the federal court in DC this replaces that had a history of a history of voter suppression in that history of voter suppression meant that less than fifty percent of your adult population was registered to vote and you used one of those devices that was designed to disenfranchise like a poll tax or literacy tests, and so it wasn't just willy nilly. But this was that you had a demonstrated history as seen by your data of what you have done to your citizens. Pause on that for just one second. I want you to finish explaining that. In just a moment, we continue with Carol Anderson of Emory University and Allan Lichtman of American University. We'll also talk about how felons and clemency clemency factors into this. We gotta talk about gerrymandering it's one, and it's our favorite subject, and we want to answer some more. Of your questions about what can be done about voter suppression. We'll get some more of that. And your stories in just a moment. Stay clubs..
"eighteen years old" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Is where it's vailable, but it's in the New York Times magazine, which I didn't realize was separate thing. There's a photo of norm holding a cat looks like shit. He's getting old and has a cat is named kitty and his cat is eighteen years old. It's very norm of him. The name is cat. I'm sorry, would you say his cat is named kitty and the. Cat is eighteen years old eighteen years old. That's that's what we learned. Wow, that's he wants a lot of golf too. Fucked up amount of golf. Yeah, it's very disturbing. Talks about how he spent the entire Night. Live tweeting the World Series of poker at the night before. Okay. Yes. So he does. He does is what do you do it? And he has almost a million followers and he's normal Donald. But I feel like he's like the the idea for norm in life is to continue to operate on a level that no one else understanding septem- and that's how it felt like if you ever watched that documentary on Andy Kaufman or the documentary about Jim Carey playing Andy Kaufman, even that's how it always felt with him. You never quite know what the hell is going on. And the only one who really truly does knows him his fucking Twitter bio reads, this is my official Twitter. I like bananas, they're yellow. With some correct punctuation in some incorrect. Anyway, that's Mike is read of the week now. Some joy. Yeah, it I'll again, I'll provide that on Twitter, Instagram. I'll throw it on Facebook to if you're on there, something like seven of you. I think. So a couple of it's in our conclusion here. First of all, having listened to the show up until this point you are now saddled with to count them, one, two legal obligations. The first legal obligation is to rate and review. You should be subscribed. If you're not, please go smack the subscriber. But a couple times just give it will give a little tap, tap, tap, tap, Aroo, in subscribe the show, then take thirty seconds to rate and review five star rating. Right? A quick view about why you like the podcast you legally obligated. If you do this, I will call off the dogs will not hear from our lawyers..
"eighteen years old" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Sixteen to eighteen, years old is recommended booster and that's very important we don't forget about that even though it's not required, because a lot of students will be going into college or military or other areas which is, where meningitis can be caught easily because of so many close contacts now most universities and college. Systems will require to show that meningitis Seen as well as military that. Booster in that soft mortar junior year, of high school is a strong recommendation to but, that's it as far as school Asian getting vaccines and owner forget about that HP, again if you haven't heard of it h. p. v. human papillomavirus prevents cancers also very important, and if you're curious where you can go to say, well what does my child need first of all Nevada whereby. You just plug that into Google that website if, you just punch in an, age it'll tell you what you need at this age, and parents can actually view their children's, vaccine history on that website and. That registry and it'll, make the recommendations what they need and that's a, nice tool to have as well any adult actually can, do that so I. Know that there's a new shingles vaccine out in the last year and it's now proof rage over fifty and very effective against Ingles by, the way and if you're an adult and you're plugging in Nevada web is. Z, and years I'm fifty two it'll suggests okay you need flu Do and you need shingles vaccine and have you had a tetanus booster in the last ten years that's what. It's going to recommend if you're over age sixty, five it'll say have you had your flu have you had during ammonia vaccine and it, will say have. You had a tetanus booster, in the last ten years so it takes a, look at your history and I'll make that recommendation other nature that I had the link. For that website on our talking solutions Facebook page along, with, podcast of our interview today? Dan Hiller is, with, us the pharmacy practice coordinator for Smith's food and. Drug all right the reason why we, came in today talk about national immunization month to, talk about making sure that parents have what they need for their kids it sounds, like the times the kids need to get. Those backs and Asians it's not every year few. And far between and it's a. Schedule set at the start of our conversation we talked about the CDC has the committee that makes all the recommendations based on all the data they collect and. It's strong data meaning we know when the best time, a child or an adult. Should get a. Certain vaccine, and, we way the The risk versus benefit ratio and this is the time to do. It and those schedules of win is says to get based on either age,.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Ks the world of reporting when we rely on outfits like the chronicler of the TV news stations for reporting it's just interesting what in twenty eighteen they don't look for so we've heard about, this Bart stabbing it's terrible so a man stabbed woman to death and badly. Wounded wounded a second woman last, night at BART's MacArthur stationed in Oakland The suspect fled remains at large The victim was. Rushed to a, hospital for. Treatment. They. Were sisters I believe yeah okay so if you go to the woman who was killed and, you go to her. Social media it becomes somewhat apparent That I'm just going to say what I'm. Thinking. Okay what I'm, saying this is what you've. Seen this is this was this was a little gang banger, again girl her. Going I just use a gang or I just went through her Facebook and probably eight out of twelve of her profile. Photo she has some form of a handgun eighteen year old with a, handgun either up against her face posing with it or actually pointing the barrel at the, camera throwing up some form of a gang sign with other. Hand, yeah it's standing in front of a wall filled with graffiti and foul, language and I'm pretty sure that an eighteen year old doesn't have a c. CW or purchase that. Firearm legally you can't get an eighteen year. Old can't get a handgun right in the state of California can't do. It so there that's not a legal handgun and she's posting it all over the. Internet so what we have here is a girl who it would appear as if Is involved in the gang world And I'm just wondering if this was a hit job The only the only description of the suspect that I have, seen was that. He was, a. White male about five nine with spiked blond hair right so maybe. He's. The hitman and we haven't seen anything a heavyset okay so now we. Have. A heavyset white male in his. Twenties or thirties okay, this is a little different description he remains at large They have a photo, of. Them why they're not releasing that. I don't know but I'm not taking away from the fact that it's very sad, that we have a, dead eighteen, year, old who they're saying, was stabbed at random. But looking at her? It's, like it's they say it's random but I just am I am I judging no I'm just saying we've gone to the Facebook page and this isn't a pure as the wind driven snow eighteen year old. And appears to be an. Eighteen year old who is involved in the gang life some bad stuff is it and, the only thing that your were saying is that they're saying this was at random but there are reasons. To believe that this. Could have been on purpose based off of her social media. It's what I'm. Wondering You never know I'm looking up I'm trying I'm just we're like we're going where the rest of the media doesn't go I'm, trying to get a, breakdown of, hand, signs the gang gang, hand signs so I. Can see what it?.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Studio cbs sports were talking a lot about the yankees winning again as they are on a pace to win well over one hundred games looking like the nineteen ninety eight janki is right now so a long way to go to believe that they are stacked and they're not gonna have that many issues even if there's injuries there's so much data there and of course you've got the new york mets doing what they did but last night was the nba draft we talked plenty about that early this morning with kevin knox a new york knick a first round draft choice draft choice number nine overall out of kentucky getting booed at the barclays center which is ridiculous i think a lot of knicks fans wanted michael porter jr it didn't happen the medicals on michael porter jr were horrendous you might not play next year the knicks did not in could not do that if that is the truth that he's going to be out for entire year and they got a guy with a lot of upside to me there's a lot more potential here in kevin knox to be that star to be someone you could build around then someone like mikhail bridges you know who he is maybe not as big of a ceiling i liked the knox pick i'm going to be positive about it we know the nba draft is as big of a crap shoot you could possibly have but for at least a night i felt like the knicks did an okay thing and drafting kevin knox and not going for michael porter jr and the hip in back deals or basically trust jonky bill said last night that the knicks need anything but what porzingis gives them they they could use the center if they if they really wanted one which they did get in the second round knows what that kid's gonna turn out to be they could have used the point guard i got three point guards on the team right now i i don't know if there's how that would have worked out and all that other stuff but at the end of the day you have a eighteen year old eighteen year old that is six foot nine and he's not done growing it he's not done growing of physically he's not done growing mentally and i have to tell you last night listening to him give his interview after being booed by the moronic nick bands that happened to be there and you wonder why the team sucks because the the the fans alike idiots team sucks because the owner is one of the give the kid a chance you know he says all the right things you can yell michael puerto rico you want you know i want to turn these booze in the cheers i mean it's almost like he was scripted like somebody had him unscripted say say this when in actuality they didn't hand them a script he did it off the top of his head so i love the fact the way this young man handled himself last night i love the fact that he's six foot nine i love the fact that he can run the floor like gazelle he's exactly what today's nba is he's a six foot.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"A boise was arrested for sexual battery of a minor tales had a relationship with a 17yearold male student beef you're talking about it that a turning is present from personal lawyer saying he paid more than one hundred thousand dollars of his own money to porn star stormy daniels we are talking about it they are treating this as a mass casualty incident between twenty and fifty victims as what we're hearing from the margate fire department very disturbing very troubling news shooter approximately eighteen years old walked into way what do a high school just outside of fort lauderdale shot it up anywhere from twenty two fourteen injured we've heard anywhere from 1 to possibly to dead the suspect approximately eighteen years old was found offcampus the suspect was a former student at that high school superintendent of uh of the school saying numerous fatalities in the shooting i want it could a i'm going to have to repeat myself throughout the course of this show because they're gonna tell you man we have fun show we had a fun show planned where are you talk about paying off strippers weary of talk about valentine's day let's today we talk about all of it instead we could talk about what is being billed as the eighteenth school shooting this year eighteen shearer was a reported use a rifle don't know what kind of rifle yet though no the make though no the gauge.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Political for me in any way shape manner warm washington post alleges that back in 1979 when she was fourteen years ago uh had sexual thirty two year old roy more and on one occasion the woman alleges that more kister and gory another she says that more allegedly and stir bagged and asked her to and he took off his shirt and pants are then guided her hand to touch him although she claimed no other sexual conduct taken place no sexual intercourse she described the incident to the washington post a steady i wanted it over with i wanted out by please just get a ghetto get this over with whatever it is just get it over with and the woman says she has more to take her home which he did and you have three other women also accusing more of misconduct uh in the '70s while they were tina a beijing gene gene eighteen years old the age of consent alabama's t t criminal pledging that more pursued romantic relationships with them and one in bob kissing in only kissing and we'll go into all the details of all this in a second but joining us now is the bama senator a judge named judge back to the program thanks for being with us we rear yep judge let's talk about first let's you're now reading it i know you put out a number of statements but i think we should address it had on what what do you make of these allegations on first recited the allegations are completely far false and misleading for more than that it hurts your purse labour's you know i'm a father i have one daughter i have five granddaughters and i have a special concern section of young ladies this is this is really hard the dow jones radio and who as.
"eighteen years old" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"This uh this kid i had a is eighteen years old he he uh devon arthurs is his name oh i'm sorry that's that's the florida guy at the wrong guy uh which by a hero and or joseph christian is his name thirty five of north portland oregon he's not the kids sorry we'll get to the we'll get to the guy 18yearold minute and he was on the maximum access the portland train uh the the the kind of trolley car above ground highspeed rail downtown all that kind of stuff and there are two women one of them was wearing a job and he started screaming at the mud telling them to go back to wherever they came from or whatever they're both americans and uh ricky john bests and tell leeson meriden mukai mechet and mike a david cole fletcher fifty three twenty three and twenty one stood up and confronted the 35yearold and said wait a minute there's no way to talk to women and that's the way to talk period and he pulled out a knife finish he stabbed all three of them he killed two of them the council on american islamic relations said uh is your con of of the council on american islamic relations said mr christian as a historymaking extremist statements and it seems like he's very install it well he quote from reviewing the suspects facebook page it seems like he was very enthralled with the all right and nazi movements right the southern southern poverty law center looked at it and said yeah got it christian has promoted the notion of whites only area in the pacific northwest so in this kind of thing seems to be happening more and more from dylann roof forward white supremacy is raising its ugly head in ways that are just insanely visible was it alabama last week the voted to make it illegal to take down confederate monuments i'm pretty sure it was alabama mix up alabama mississippi in arkansas lot um but i'm pretty sure it was alabama at the same time that in mississippi uh we played this last thursday city mayor mich landrieu was uh louisiana oh i said mississippi of thank you thank you a new orleans louisiana um the mayor mich landrieu is taking down the the uh the statue roberty leave that dominates the city and pointing out as as so eloquently you know where the statues to the dead slaves.